The interiors for all public spaces, hotel rooms and suites, residences and the majority of amenity spaces are designed by international design studio Meyer Davis.
Featuring an array of high-end materials and custom lighting fixtures, furniture, millwork, and carpets – all designed by Meyer Davis – the interiors are wholly unique yet symbiotic with the architecture and natural surroundings of Sydney Harbour.
The concentric nature of the building means that no two rooms are the same, which required a bespoke approach to each interior space.
With an emphasis on impeccable attention to detail and natural materials, such as rare stones and marble, the interiors are inviting, refined, and provide each guest with a heightened luxury experience.
The tower which connects to the ground and podium is supported by a vertical core with outriggers that connect to concrete helical perimeter columns which follow the changing form of the building.
The continuous curving highly insulated façade is made up of three different systems.
This includes a triangulated system to deal with the tighter curves, while the main tower glazing consists of floor-to-floor rectangular panels of differing widths that were cold pressed into shape using the latest technology.
The third glazing system, enclosing the hotel room accommodation, takes on a more traditional curtain walling system with projecting mullions.
While the glazing systems require a high number of bespoke glazed panels to deal with curvature, they are also highly insulated to reduce solar gain and provide a continuous glazed form that captures and reflects the light, which changes throughout the day.