For the owners of a new apartment at AERIS, the day the keys are handed over is a momentous milestone. Even before that, at the conception of a development like AERIS, there are several stages that bring fulfilment to all parties involved.
“Bowden feels edgy, it’s up and coming, but it also has a strong sense of community.”
Nick Grbin, Senior Architect, Swanbury Penglase
We recently met with the Interior Designer and Senior Architect of AERIS, who have worked tirelessly to bring their designs to life. The collaboration between Interior Designer and Architect on even the most minute detail is integral, and this synergy is the key to a rewarding end result.
The AERIS apartments are unique; 34 individual designs have been created for 34 individual buyers.
Each apartment will feature open plan living spaces that maximise space and light. The open plan living will extend out to the central courtyards which does two-fold – creating a sense of community within AERIS and creating additional sources of natural light in each of the apartments.
What’s happening in design at Bowden is impressive across the board, and the façade of AERIS is no different. The striking saw tooth pattern on the exterior is reminiscent of the saw tooth roofs from Bowden precinct many moons ago, whilst looking contemporary in style.
Learn more about AERIS and the vision of a new standard of living, by downloading the storybook here.