Whilst there has been significant growth in recognition of First Nations culture to Country in recent years, it is still an area in which there is more need of presence within the property sector.
From planning to design and architecture, how can the industry better respond and become more inclusive to First Nations culture and heritage and how can it be considered further when undertaking new projects?
The property sector is facing an enormous challenge and responsibility to deliver projects that consider wellness, sustainability and socially conscious outcomes.
Whilst the application of these principles can lower costs, reduce negative environmental impacts and significantly improve our built environment, how can they be practically implemented by the property sector in Australia?
Serenity 4212 is a 65-hectare master-planned residential community for those seeking an enviable waterfront lifestyle amid an extraordinary natural environment. Bounded by Lake Serenity and Coombabah and Saltwater Creeks, the site adjoins the beautiful Coombabah Environmental Reserve.
Since the project’s launch in 2020, the development has released three exclusive communities, Serenity Waters, Serenity Green, and Serenity Reserve; all have achieved sell-out success with exciting future releases planned. Both Townhome developments; Serenity Green and Serenity Reserve are currently under construction.
Luna is a considered collection of eight full-floor residences on the revered Burleigh Heads address of Goodwin Terrace. Bringing a new phase of beachfront perfection to the Gold Coast, residences of 261m2 comprise three ensuited bedrooms, a study, dry bar, custom kitchen with butler’s pantry, an integrated barbecue kitchen, and uninterrupted views across Burleigh Beach to the Northern Gold Coast skyline from 14m of floor-to-ceiling glass. In-house lifestyle amenities draw on the relaxed yet sophisticated ambience of oceanfront living to include a pool, wet-edge sun lounge and state-of-the-art gymnasium beset by lush plantings and cascading vines.
Sparking conversation and action into progressing past ornamental recognition of Indigenous Australians, to end the colonisation of spaces.
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Learn about the restoration of a heritage-listed warehouse and substation into a sustainable A-grade office precinct.