Designed by A+ Design Group, The Landmark’s architecture has been inspired by Sydney Harbour’s iconic ever-changing reflections of the city and the sky. The design was awarded Gold for Best Proposed Architecture at the Sydney Design Awards, and it’s easy to see why.
The team came up with a multi-layered design featuring cantilevers. Every column is set back from the building on every level, meaning the architects had to customise the floorplans.
“We certainly created more work for ourselves,” laughed Tony Leung, CEO of A+ Design Group. “Other architects only come up with a few variations, but we had to create forty-three individual floorplates.”
“But it’s all worth it because it is an amazing design. No one corner of the building is the same, and every balcony achieves a different aspect.”
Leung explained how important it was that he and his team ensured The Landmark resonated with the urban transformation currently happening in St Leonards.
“We wanted St Leonards to connect with the essence of Sydney,” he said. “And as an architect who grew up in Hong Kong, Sydney Harbour is, to me, the most iconic part of the city.
“The balconies wave like a ribbon in a dance, and that ribbon has a connotation of movement denoting the constant reflection and interplay of light which is reminiscent of the sparkling waters of Sydney Harbour.”
The design team has ensured the best use of space, meaning natural light fills living areas through floor-to-ceiling windows and clean architectural lines create a seamless flow between rooms.
The studio, one- and two-bedroom homes feature expansive floorpans ranging in size from 41 square metres to 108 square metres internally. Private balconies, as well as generous living areas, increase the feeling of expansiveness while creating an elevated sense of sanctuary.
The three-bedroom residences enjoy views across the tranquil waters of Sydney Harbour and to the North, towards Middle Harbour. Bathrooms are exquisitely appointed with natural stone finishes and kitchens are well-fitted with Miele appliances and premium finishes like natural stone benchtops.
The Sky Homes boast majestic living spaces with opulent finishes. The interior design has been inspired by the site’s local nature and Georgian history, and lavish private suites feature expansive walk-in robes with abundant, sleek storage. The kitchens showcase the exclusive Italian brand Boffi, a first for a residential building in Australia.
With exclusive access to Club 500, The Landmark residents enjoy an exceptional array of resort-style services and amenities. The Fitness Club includes a mosaic indoor pool, spa, sauna, and gym while the library, lounge, and private dining areas are perfect for enjoying intimate dinners with friends and family or a moment on one’s own.
The development team has thought of everyone at The Landmark, with a designated kids room for families. Catering to children of all ages, this area can be configured to suit a range of social events and the adventure play area, and ground level playgrounds created by Frielander Place provide plenty of opportunities for imagination and play.
From home cleaning to car washing, meal delivery to catering, massage to spa services, The Landmark helps residents live a streamlined and convenient life. The concierge can tailor the perfect experience, whether it’s booking tickets to the latest movie or planning a private cruise on the harbour, organising a luxury holiday or curating a designer weekend away.
At The Landmark, residents also benefit from state-of-the-art technological inclusions such as car share services, vehicle charging bays, NBN, sustainability features including rooftop solar panels, harvested rainwater for irrigation, and smart home automation.
Positioned in the epicentre of the Lower North Shore, The Landmark places residents within walking distance of an array of high-end retail options, fine dining restaurants and stylish bars.
The wider suburb of St Leonards is due to see the opening of the new Crows Nest Metro, linking St Leonards to Norwest Business Park, Macquarie University, North Ryde, Barangaroo and Martin Place.