Each of Beulah’s projects to date has been defined by, among many elements, a generosity of space which is uncommon in today’s multi-residential market. That tradition continues with Provenance in the coveted eastern suburb of Camberwell.
Provenance presents 12 house-sized apartments set over a three-storey building, with each level having a unique own character. On the ground floor, the residences are enveloped in verdant greenery and entertaining outdoor spaces. The middle floor embraces entertaining as its principal theme with the expansive kitchen at the heart of the home. The top floor is reserved for just two penthouses the size of an average private home.
“Provenance is a project that will shift your expectations and understanding of what it is to live in a multi-residential building, now and into the future.”
– Callum Fraser, Director, Elenberg Fraser
Indeed, inspired by traditional house design, elements are found throughout these exceptional residences, from private elevators to expansive butler’s pantries. Natural stone benchtops, timber flooring, unique joinery and Gaggenau appliances are all of the highest standards. The inclusion of a micro-lobby for some residences presents a personal transitioning space with a lockable door, indicative of the extensive privacy and security measures found throughout the project.
Stepping outside, the exquisite courtyard gardens designed by Openwork envelop the residences in a lush, green sanctuary. The proposed garden palette expresses a textural and verdant type of native garden, with the particular ambition of attracting honey and nectar-eating birdlife.
As with all Beulah projects, just as impressive as these indoor and outdoor spaces are the sustainability principles at work behind the walls. Rainwater tanks, double glazing and energy-efficient appliances all contribute to Provenance’s impressive average energy rating.