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Developer Sunland has revealed plans for four residential towers in a $1.3 billion masterplan along Australia's Gold Coast. Sited in a former 42-hectare dairy farm, the project is designed to create a new urban village. Dubbed “The Lanes”, it would include the towers and new retail space, boulevard, and outdoor amphitheater. Conceived by ex-Zaha Hadid designer Contreras Earl, the towers are made to represent the geometry of plant life. Ranging in height between 10 and 12 floors, the four towers will offer one, two and three-bedroom apartments overlooking the newly-named “Lake Unity” and ground level retail. Each building will take advantage of lakefront, city skyline and hinterland views. As Contreras Earl stated, “The towers represent a sculptural design language which takes its inspiration from the patterns and geometry found in various plant life. It will be particularly influential in its role as a catalyst for further mid-rise development." View more View full description
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