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Queens Domain / DKO Architecture

  • 17:00 - 14 January, 2019
Queens Domain / DKO Architecture
Queens Domain / DKO Architecture, © Tom Blachford
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  • Architects

  • Location

    12 Queens Rd, Melbourne VIC 3004, Australia
  • Category

  • Lead Architects

    Koos de Keijzer, Kai Chua, Andrew Richardson, Raffaele Camuglia, Simon Linardi
  • Interior Design

    Nexus Designs
  • Area

    36450.0 m2
  • Project Year

    2017
  • Photographs

    • Developer

      Kangoala
    • Project Manager

      PDA Australia
    • Builder

      Hacer Group
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    © Tom Blachford
    © Tom Blachford

    Text description provided by the architects. Queens Domain is located on Melbourne’s Queens Road. Queens Road together with St Kilda Road are Melbourne’s preeminent residential boulevards lined by buildings from various eras and different styles. When Queens Road is viewed from Albert Park, one can see a narrative of Melbourne’s architectural history emerge. Amongst them are some proud contributions by Frederick Romberg a renowned Modernist architect. The Stanhill and Newborn Flats are beautiful functionalist buildings with sweeping open balconies and fine glass detailing. Queens Domain takes up the next thread in this story, re-interpreting existing elements, whilst embracing design and construction techniques of our time.

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    © Tom Blachford
    Ground floor plan
    Ground floor plan
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    © Tom Blachford
    Typical floor plan
    Typical floor plan
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    © Tom Blachford

    The setback from Queens Road allows for the creation of a front yard for residents to enjoy. The apartments feature deep balconies and the curved form of the tower provides shading, particularly on the west. The roof deck includes barbeque areas enclosed within a tall glazed balustrade. This provides breathtaking panoramic views while ensuring protection against wind. As a prominent part of the urban fabric of Queens Road, Queens Domain respects the established setbacks and contours of the skyline defining the area. The outline of the building has been softened by using materials with a range of textures and degrees of transparency, as well as curved balcony and façade elements. Queens Domain is a building that balances sculpture and structure. It has a contemporary design, yet it’s respectful of its surrounds and place in history. Its elegant form will add to the Queens Road precinct and stand as an important part of Melbourne’s architectural story.

    © Tom Blachford
    © Tom Blachford
    © Tom Blachford
    © Tom Blachford

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    Cite: "Queens Domain / DKO Architecture" 14 Jan 2019. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/909222/queens-domain-dko-architecture/> ISSN 0719-8884
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