Wow, Would There Be An Artificial Waterfall Is Highest In Australia – Crown Group, a residential property developer and mixed-use Sydney, leading some time ago announced his latest project which has been awaited. Is the Waterfall by the Crown Group, a large-scale project’s iconic area that is growing, Green Square, Sydney, featuring the tallest man-made waterfall in Australia.
“This project is something very unique, inspired by the forces of nature,” said Commissioner and CEO of the Crown Group, Iwan Sunito quoted from remarks written press, Monday, May 22, 2017.
“With this design, we are breaking down traditions. Green spaces and elements of nature create a luxurious environment and balanced for the occupants to relax and rest,” he said.
Iwan Sunito said that there is an urgent new needs of many people for a dwelling that allows them free from hustle and bustle of the city.
“The physical landscape has been the basis of the development of the Crown Group and with a Waterfall by the Crown Group we would like to take it to the next level, bringing nature back into the city. Waterfall by the Crown Group is a proof of our constant encouragement will be to create a residential development that are contextually appropriate and today’s society, “said Sunito.
“Creating the tallest man-made waterfall is one of our ways to bring nature back into the lives of the residents,” he added.
Crown Group also collaborated with Mika Utzon Popov, granddaughter of the designer of the Sydney Opera House, Jørn Utzon, creating large-scale public works of art unique to form an important part of the development which is the most-desired residence in Sydney. After previously exhibited in Europe, the US and Australia, the works of Mika centered on nature as the Foundation for the experience of going to space, associated with the core design concept of the Waterfall by the water of the Crown Group.
“In line with our efforts in pushing the limits of design and be a leader in innovation, the latest project of Waterfall by the Crown Group will display the pieces masterpiece artists Sydney, Mika Utzon Popov, designed specifically for this site,” said Iwan Sunito.
“The reputation of the Mika to create works of art that can change the space and create a sense of nature complete concept design Waterfall by the Crown Group,” he continued.
“This landmark development will also feature the tallest man-made waterfall in Australia. Mika will be works of art an important part of the formal structure of the Waterfall by the Crown Group. Her artwork using nature as the Foundation for the experience of going to space, associated with the core design concept of the Waterfall by the Crown Group, “Sunito added.
Housed in 18 O’dea Avenue Waterloo with a total of 331 units, Waterfall by the Crown Group designed by award-winning architect, SJB, and equipped with a seven-storey high waterfall that flows from one of the elements of the residential tower.
Waterfall by the Crown Group consists of three residential towers as tall as a seven-floor and a 20-storey tower overlooking tropical landscape and beautiful water garden. Waterfall by the Crown Group offers a collection of elegant living space including studios, apartments with one, two and three bedrooms as well as on a higher scale, these pages and griya tawang two floors.
The Interior offers the freshness of the modern luxuries that make use of stone and wood with a delicate complexion. The natural beauty of reverberating through the communal spaces, including water parks, recreational deck, infinity pool located on the roof with a sky garden and terrace, and the path is enclosed under the bamboo tree. Guests will also enjoy the gym, indoor function room with catering kitchen, music room, and a retail area.
Waterfall by the Crown Group is conveniently located in the heart of Sydney’s Green Square, in the heart of Waterloo. Waterloo is located in the middle of the area to transform and offer ease of access for private vehicles, trains and buses to Sydney CBD and Sydney Airport. Construction is scheduled to begin this year with a target completion by 2020.