Wentworth Point, AU

Urban lightness.

Surrounded by the stunning landscape of Australia’s Newington Nature Reserve, the sprawling residential project Sanctuary by Sekisui House presents a harmonious blend of Japanese design principles and Australian identity. Built on the banks of the Parramatta River, the urban structure covers all the needs of daily life, combining multi-storey apartment buildings with retail and office space. An exciting interplay of ceramic panels in natural earth tones and anthracite-coloured reinforced concrete elements characterises the exterior design of the multifunctional buildings. Vertical clay louvres and floor-to-ceiling glass windows lend the facades their light appearance.

Color | Nature, bright red | Nature, anthracite | Nature, Kimura beige

Surface | Plain

Project Type | New construction

Architect | TURNER, AU

Photographer | Tom Ferguson, AU

Architectural building featuring the terracotta ceramic facade from Tonality, as seen in the Australia Sanctuary project
Tonality Facades Reference Australia Sanctuary Ceramic Facade Main Entry
Tonality-Fassadenreferenz Australien Sanctuary: Keramikfassade mit einzigartiger Textur und Farbe, die das Gebäude in warmes Licht taucht, während die geradlinigen Formen eine moderne Ästhetik schaffen
Sanctuary Ceramic Facade at Sundown captured by Drone - Tonality Facades Reference in Australia
Tonality Facades Reference Australia Sanctuary Ceramic Facade Front Building
Tonality Facades Reference: Aerial View of Ceramic Facade at Australia Sanctuary

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