Connected Living

Each residence is an expression of timeless aesthetic, with a sense of space and light enhanced by floor-to-ceiling windows framing breathtaking Melbourne views.

Collins Arch Residences

A collaboration with SHoP Architects, the project greatly expands the district’s network of public spaces, reconnecting the downtown with the Yarra River. Anchoring the site is a pair of tapered 164-meter towers connected by an elevated sky bridge. Collins Arch features 184 one-, two- and three-bedroom luxury residences.

Resort-style residential amenities anchor the sky bridge on Level 34 and include the residents’ lounge, pool, gym, yoga studio, wine cellars and two private dining rooms with full kitchen facilities.  Embracing the dynamism of their urban amenity, the ground floor entry lobbies are accessed through the courtyard.



Project details

Viewing it from ground level, this is a building where no roofs are apparent. Starting from the open crown at the apex, the exterior cascades down as a series of stepped terraces that are strategically placed to allow for most of the building to be habitable by people or green roofs. The integration of spandrel bands and soffit materials over the reinforced concrete bones add texture and depth to the façade articulation, permitting a human scale across the surface. The unified design avoids casting a shadow over the river and also draws sunlight into the interiors.

Melbourne, Australia
CBUS Property
184 one, two and three bedroom luxury residences
SHoP Architects
OCULUS Landscape

Collins Arch Residences forms part of the award winning Collins Arch development. Read more about the whole development here

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