Piper, 100% Sold and Settled!
Designed by Fender Katsalidis Architects, Piper perfectly encapsulates the natural beauty of its Hampton surrounds. A backdrop of ocean blues sets the scene for this boutique series of 23 luxurious two and three bedroom Hampton residences – powerfully inducing memories of beach holidays without even having to leave the suburb.
It is easy to get lost in the lulling mist of a crashing wave, or the mesmerising, morphing sky of a summer’s day as it moves from a blanket of azure to a warm magenta. It is particularly easy in Hampton, whose proximity to the sea provides an invaluable connection to nature.
Homes inspired by Hampton’s natural purity.
Piper’s interiors were designed to reflect all that Hampton has come to be – a laidback realm perfect for those seeking to settle down. Everything that is needed is within close proximity, while a peaceful ocean backdrop sits humbly in the background, stunning at any point of the day.
Beyond the light timber floorboards that ground the homes, reminiscent of the beach’s luscious sand, brightness is omnipresent as great deals of light flow in through large windows, further championing the impeccable interiors. Floor plans are generous, and most apartments are designed to be symmetrical, bringing a great sense of unity to the homes.
Terrace spaces accompany each apartment, directly connecting occupants to the street, while providing opportunities to entertain outside on those sensational spring and summer days. Sensual, modern and sophisticated, Piper’s residences are made for new-age beachside living.
Meticulously designed, inviting and exciting architecture.
Expansive terrace areas make the perfect settings to entertain or unwind.
Piper is a construct of two main forms, combining to create a visually balanced and engaging building. A magnificent result of considered detail and layering, a variety of materials and structures make up Piper’s facade – including notably different textures of concrete, aluminium louvres, and timber battens.
Sun protection is achieved through screens and canopies, which also add a considerable level of privacy. Terraces maintain interaction with Linacre Road while providing a sense of openness.