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16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

16.18 Mulpha lodges DA for landmark residential apartment building in Norwest

Mulpha has lodged a Development Application for a 21 storey, 131-apartment complex proposed for the corner of Maitland Place and Solent Circuit in Baulkham Hills.  The former childcare centre site is located within 400m walking distance to the future Norwest train station, in the heart of the new Norwest City.

After winning a design competition for the building, renowned architectural firm Jackson Teece has been engaged to develop the iconic building design, which will be located at the gateway to The Greens residential precinct, which forms part of the $3 billion Norwest transformation masterplan. ‘The building has a distinct flowing form which is created by the design of floor plates overlapping each other to create the illusion of movement.  This is overlayed by a secondary, more subtle and finer grained movement of blades and screens that wrap around the building like a veil.

The external expression of the building form and its façade is informed by internal functional planning. Sustainability performance is maximised by providing abundant solar access and natural ventilation. The large landscaped entry plaza creates a unique and animated public/private interface incorporating public art and landscape installations that rise up from the ground floor podium to form part of the building façade over the entire height of the tower. The vertical landscape installation will be visible from every common lobby on each level, thus bringing landscape into the building.

The numerous sustainable features are designed to create high building efficiency, filter light and air into corridors, increase health and wellness, reduce consumption and bills, thus contributing to a smarter way of living.

The building has been inspired by Mulpha’s overall vision for the new Norwest and seeks to set the local benchmark for intelligent design, high quality of life and a smarter way of living.

The development will also incorporate a virtual concierge linked into smart home and communication technology for residents to access home automation, communal room bookings and other features such as the latest precinct news, time tables, social events and fitness initiatives, all with the aim of building a community and a sense of belonging.

Mulpha, developer of Norwest, is committed to delivering a highly desirable and liveable Smart City at Norwest, with the aim of driving a cultural change in how people live, work and play.  It will continue to create a strong sense of community and allow residents to be more connected to their environment both physically and emotionally.

The new Norwest will be interwoven with 50 kilometres of pathways and 10 kilometres of cycleways, creating a truly walkable and cyclable city, actively encouraging residents to stroll or ride between precincts.  Norwest will enjoy over 50 hectares of public open space with activated public parks and plazas and a vibrant social, food and entertainment culture.

Mulpha is committed to long term value creation with its focus on high-end property development and investment, retirement, healthcare, infrastructure and civil construction.  It invests in some of the fastest growing and most vibrant economies in the world.

Upcoming Events
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1Date : 01-08-2018Event :  Live Life Get Active
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3Date : 03-08-2018Event :  Friday Happy Hour
4Date : 04-08-2018Event :  Volunteer Garden Keepers Group
6Date : 06-08-2018Event :  Group Fitness Training
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10Date : 10-08-2018Event :  Friday Coffee Club
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14Date : 14-08-2018Event :  Norwest Men's Group
15Date : 15-08-2018Event :  Luncheon Ladies
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