Reminiscent of a gorge carving through the centre of a solid geometric form, Eden Lane is a unique four-staged mixed-use development between Hubert and Gibbon Streets, Woolloongabba.
The four buildings are harmoniously connected by an activated retail laneway and provides a protected and well considered public realm. Its purpose to provide a safe and enjoyable collective thoroughfare was achieved using natural material selection, landscaping and public artworks. This allowed for a highly collaborative procurement process between architect, builder, artists and artisan tradespeople to achieve an internal focal point and communal hub. The measured and collaborative approach to Eden Lane has created a well-considered public realm, an activated retail precinct and left a notable architectural impression that compliments Woolloongabba’s unique heritage and character. This robust approach to streetscape and place making was achieved using scale and highly variable experiences, derived from the sub-tropical landscape and use of organic urban materiality.
The Laneway, communical areas, rooftop access to Lexington stage 3, podium top of Eden Land and Ivy Terrace stage 1 and 2
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