Paragon By Beulah featured in ArchDaily
An urban sanctuary in the heart of Melbourne CBD
Paragon has recently been featured on ArchDaily as the newest multi-layered narrative of Melbourne’s past, present, and future. Designed by Fender Katsalidis, Paragon creates a sense of identity for its residents by transforming a piece of the Melbourne cityscape into an urban sanctuary. The facade of the original heritage building at street level was respectfully protected, restored, and celebrated and above it, an iconic glass tower rises into the sky, featuring an elegant Celtic-inspired diagonal grid pattern across the reflective surface.
Unfurling across three stories, a first-of-its kind indoor forest serves as the backbone of all the common linked areas and provides relief between the main tower and the heritage facade. The lush sanctuary, complete with refined terrazzo and outdoor seating, offers a tranquil escape from the bustling streetscape below. A wellness oasis offers an array of luxury amenities for rest and relaxation, and a series of formal and informal zones blur the line between the public and private domain to present an exclusive club for residents.
Reaching 48 levels high, Paragon is a stunning addition to the Melbourne skyline.
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