The building form of Lumi has been derived by an intention to retain and celebrate the existing 300 year old yellow box eucalyptus tree, which is the main existing landscape feature of the site.
T2, the smaller 7 storey building, is approximately the same height as the magnificent tree yet maintains a healthy and respectful distance from the root and canopy zone. The T2 building form embraces the presence of the tree and creates a strong connection between built form and landscape.
The taller building T1, further embraces the smaller T2 building with a similar plan form creating a cohesive urban and site response. A further advantage of the embracing building forms is they significantly increase the amount of apartments to gain good north orientation and views to Yerrabi pond.
5 reasons to love your Lumi
|Thoughtfully curated to give you practical livability and a home to be proud of.|
|Generously sized to allow big lives to be lived.|
|Quintessentially Canberra; close to the city but grounded in nature.|
|Architecturally superior & completely unique to Gungahlin.|
|Dramatically windowed with high performance glazing to frame the view and welcome the sun.|