The image of one of Australia’s most endearing species, the bowerbird, embellishing complex bowers with painstakingly accumulated decorative objects, has long inspired comparisons to our own instincts when settling in to our personal spaces. k20 Architecture’s design for Bowerbird Life carefully composes a cosmopolitan contemporary residence that allows you immense scope to follow those instincts into a home that is as much an expression of your life’s collected moments as it is a highly refined ‘machine for living’.
An exceptional collection of 24 large one, two and three-bedroom homes offers a unique opportunity for you to customise the fundamental nature of your living spaces to an extraordinary degree. Orientate vertically or horizontally within the building. Create the footprint you’re looking, k20’s team of architects and interior designers are ready to craft joinery or even move a bathroom to suit your individual ‘nest’.
The natural environment is deeply embedded in the Bowerbird Life living concept, surrounding some of the homes are an extravagant 100-plus square metres of magnificently planted grounds designed by ecologist Jamie Kaye. Experience the benefits of truly eco-centric architecture, where landscape and built form perform as one, where the natural timber facade merges with bark, foliage and flower, and where multiple mature trees provide protective canopies that provide shelter winter and summer.