Architecture Sydney Interior Design In progress Mixed-Use Multi Residential
  • Client:

    Good Luck Plaza

  • Location:

    Blacktown, NSW Australia

  • Budget:

    $160 Million

  • Size:

    4629m2, 408 Apartments

Setting a new architectural benchmark, Jackson Teece delivered a dazzling interior design for two new landmark mix-used towers in the heart of Blacktown CBD.

Utilising monochromatic finishes, the language of the residential entry and commercial lobby are closely connected with the sculpture and palette of the architectural facade.

Creating entry spaces that were both luxurious and welcoming, this grand statement was achieved with double-height voids and glass facades, crafting open and dimensional entries which offer an inviting street presence. The flowing sculptural and rhythmic elements of the façade are unavoidable to those passing by, and the dynamism it forges carries through to internal staircases and their lighting schemes.

Although the strong retail presence is there for all to see, an attentive selection of robust, high-quality materials ensures a homely warmth is present throughout. Finishes included timber acoustic battens, feature marble tiling, wall cladding with tactile qualities and warm bronze metallics that together offered an inspiring yet comfortable arrival experience.

The apartment design continues this journey with a palette that’s high-end, yet natural and timeless. Oak finishes, soft white tones and natural textures were selected for the main living areas to create a modern light-filled space. Brass accented kitchen joinery complements the use of stippled white mosaic tiling to create an elegant blend of earthy yet jewel materiality. And for further links to the elegant facade, curved details in the joinery and the sparing use of black trims add balance and definition.

Project Leadership
Jun Sakaguchi

Studio Director

Kate Callanan

Studio Director

Claire Neylan


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