The urban sprawl of Melbourne is set to boost, as Resimax Group launch the eco-conscious Orabel Waterfront apartment complex.
Resimax Group's new development, located in Seaford, has been brought to life with the intention of revolutionising the accessibility of coastal living.
Orabel Waterfront will be built on just 45 per cent of the allotted land and will offer stark contrast to other high-density developments that take at least 65 per cent of accessible land space.
Designed by one of Melbourne architecture firms Hachem, of Adelphi Hotel, Bond Melbourne, Mon Bijou and Bodhi & Ride fame, Orabel Waterfront will be a six-star green complex maximising thermal efficiency, natural light, occupant privacy and magnificent views.
The windowed walls open up the design, and along with strategically placed garden enclosures provide a natural ventilation system and help to regulate temperatures throughout the buildings.
The new development will offer accessible entry into ultra-modern waterfront living – appealing to first home owners, local investors, retirees, those after a holiday home, seeking a sea-change or a green-change alike.
Apartments at the front overlook the Seaford beachfront, while apartments at the rear overlook the tranquil Kananook Creek and surrounding park landscape.
The apartments have been designed with large setbacks providing opportunities for generous landscaping to aid in the regeneration of indigenous plants, while also providing visual barriers to habitable rooms and private open spaces.
Natural colouring and clean details have a subtle Scandinavian feel with the design incorporating the local environment into the structure.
Inside, the apartments have features that exemplify modern-day waterfront living. Each home is light, maximises space and storage options, and provides contemporary facilities.
The Orabel Waterfront development will comprise of 154 one to four bedroom apartments in the four-storey development, located close to schools, university campuses, golf courses, cafés and shopping centres.