Project Status: Under Construction

Armadale Manor

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Address: 112 Kooyong Rd, Armadale
Architecture: Rob Mills
Interior Design: Rob Mills
Project Value: 22 Mil
Project Status: Under Construction

In an inspired collaboration with esteemed creators and visionary minds - the globally recognised Rob Mills Architecture and Interiors. This collection comprises five ultra-high-end penthouses, set over three levels.

Cultivating a rich sensory experience, the open-plan living area attests to the power of abundant light, pure and tactile finishes, and grand proportions. The result is a sanctuary that whilst elegant, feels like home.

Armadale Manor is a rare opportunity to indulge in a prestigious lifestyle in one of Melbourne’s most desirable inner-east locations.

“Armadale Manor is composed of render, glass, timber and steel. When you insert a building that’s confident and resolved and pure in its choice of materials, it just seems to belong.”

- Rob Mills, Director at Rob Mills Architecture and Interiors

CDG is proud to present Armadale Manor, as the outcome of an esteemed collaboration with Rob Mills Architecture and Interiors - one of Australia’s most revered design studios, and Jack Merlo - high profile award-winning premier landscape architecture studio.

In the art of understated luxury, the architecture is defined by a sculptural form and honest, restrained materials. Embedding naturally in the fabric of its locale, the building provides a contemporary and confident addition to the rich character of Armadale.

The highest possible standard is achieved through the cohesion between refined architectural design, interiors and the detailed approach to landscaping. The generous outdoor spaces, planting schemes, and the use of quality natural materials and stones will ensure Armadale Manor has a timelessness that will only get better in years to come.

Architectural Images are Artist Impressions.

Walls of glass draw in optimum sunlight whilst exquisitely framing the landscaping - allowing the beauty of nature to breathe life into the space. The kitchen, living and dining areas conjoin seamlessly, flowing all the way out to a large terrace, whilst a separate sitting room affords extra privacy to select residences.