Kodo is expected to become an urban catalyst for inner-city design in Adelaide with its bold architecture, state-of-the-art residential amenities and sweeping views of the Adelaide Hills setting a new benchmark in vertical livin
The 30-storey, $100 million Angas Street apartment tower which will rise over 103 metres, will make it the highest residential apartment in Adelaide – with the proposed development expected to create an exciting addition to the city’s ever changing skyline.
Designed by global architecture practice Woods Bagot, Kodo will comprise 208 apartments, with a mix of one, two and three bedroom dwellings, penthouses and podium loft apartments featuring backyards in the sky. Ground floor retail and commercial tenancies will activate the building at street level with a dedicated bicycle path connected to the new north-east laneway. The five level podium will also incorporate a multi-level carpark and communal sky garden.
Located nearby Victoria Square and the Adelaide Markets, residents will be able to enjoy all the advantages of inner-city living, whilst maintaining individual and private homes. Natural light and ventilation have been incorporated into bedrooms and living spaces, while maximum storage has been considered in the kitchen, bedroom and bathroom areas.
One of the most unique features of the building is the communal vegetable and herb garden on level 5 which has been created with the notion of bringing community together; with landscaped entertainment and recreation zones integrating the natural elements of the home throughout the building.
Activation of the street frontage has also been a prime consideration in the design of the building, with apartments and balconies engaging with the street and the retail space to incorporate outdoor seating areas which can inhabit the footpath across the full extent of the site.