One Sydney Harbour ‘Skyhomes’ Unveiled
Step inside Australia’s most expensive new project.
The shimmering One Sydney Harbour development has today unveiled its latest ‘Skyhome’ penthouses.
The luxurious three-tower Lendlease project – designed by Pritzker award-winning architect Renzo Piano and which informs the city’s rapidly expanding Barangaroo precinct – is already home to the country’s most expensive residence, last year’s $140-million-plus sale of the premiere OSH penthouse not only smashing sales records but ultimately setting a new luxury agenda.
Now, two further penthouses – so-called Skyhomes – have hit the market, occupying the top two floors of the 68-storey Residences Two.
Spanning a full floor each and ranging from 540 to 670 square metres with 3-metre high ceilings throughout, each boasts private lift and rooftop terrace (80 – 100 sqm) with entertaining space, swimming pool and panoramic views across Sydney and its various architectural icons, as well as to the Blue Mountains in the west.
“All places have a story to tell, you just have to listen to that story and I think Sydney has a great story to tell,” offers Piano.“In this case, I think it’s very much about this, about making something that tells the essence of this city that is about sense of lightness, a sense of light, the sense of transparency.”
Skyhomes interiors will be crafted by leading designer Daniel Goldberg, founder and creative director of State of Craft, in consultation with the owners.
Goldberg previously collaborated with Piano on London’s The Shard and Shard Place in 2012.
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