Modern luxury ties with natural beauty.


Marmont’s beauty lies in the subtly and simplicity of its design. While discernibly modern, the façade is timelessly uncomplicated, exhibiting dark brickwork and smooth timber curves. Each town home is stepped at its own level, emphasising a sense of individuality while presenting a unique, sloped form to the street interface. Flourishes of greenery ornament the facade, bringing a softness to the appearance of the exterior.

A recurrent motif witnessed throughout Marmont is the archway, a shape witnessed both internally and externally. This element echoes the softness introduced by the curves on the façade, while lending a timeless and somewhat enchanting feel to the overall design.

‘When designing Marmont, our underpinning intention was to retain that sense of individuality found in a traditional stand-alone house. As such, these homes are generously appointed and complete with unique, considered features not often seen in a multi-residential development.’

Also emulating Japanese minimalism, Marmont’s interiors present a blank canvas where residents are free to apply their own personal touches and flavours. An uplifting aura is tangible in every space; achieved via generous windows that invite ample sunlight, along with splendidly high ceilings. Cohesive with the façade, the curve motif is also present here, witnessed in features like the rounded shape of the panelled joinery.

An immaculate suite of finishes grace the surfaces of Marmont, including striking marble benchtops in the kitchens. This instils the homes with a humble elegance – functional and liveable, yet wholly luxurious. Fostering interaction among residents, living rooms and kitchens flow seamlessly together, complete with sliding doors that lead out to stylish alfresco dining areas.