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Designing For Success: How Marchese Partners Made Bay Pavilions Sell Out

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Creating a property that delivered maximum lifestyle benefits for residents was the highest priority for the designers of the new $200 million Bay Pavilions.

Architecture firm Marchese Partners is the creative team behind the PietyTHP developed, 273-apartment complex in Lane Cove. Stage 1 of the development has already sold out and Stage 2 is now selling.

Located on an elevated 12,800sqm site overlooking Burns Bay and adjacent to Burns Bay Road, the development presented several design challenges that were overcome with some clever and creative architectural solutions.

Marchese Partners Chairman Eugene Marchese said his team worked hard to ensure the multi-level building complemented the area’s built environment.

“We looked at creating a rhythm - a typology of building - that would break down the scale or the form of the development,” he said.

The firm used timber panelling on the north side of the development to break up the façade by “providing modulation” to the building.

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