East Village Karrinyup, Perth, Western Australia  - A Residential project for Blackburne  by Hames Sharley
East Village Karrinyup, Perth, Western Australia  - A Residential project for Blackburne  by Hames Sharley
East Village Karrinyup, Perth, Western Australia  - A Residential project for Blackburne  by Hames Sharley
East Village Karrinyup, Perth, Western Australia  - A Residential project for Blackburne  by Hames Sharley
East Village Karrinyup, Perth, Western Australia  - A Residential project for Blackburne  by Hames Sharley
East Village Karrinyup, Perth, Western Australia  - A Residential project for Blackburne  by Hames Sharley
Client:
Blackburne
Location:
Perth, Western Australia
Project Website:
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Hames Sharley is proud to have designed the first stage of the East Village Karrinyup residences for Blackburne. This important milestone starts to complete the picture of this $800 million mixed-use activity centre development with AMP.

The project will consist of 94 residences on the eastern edge of the new Karrinyup Shopping Centre, which will offer incredible views over Lake Gwelup, Perth city and Karrinyup Golf Course.

Our philosophy in East Village Karrinyup is to take a holistic approach and create places where feelings of vibrancy, comfort, security and home develop organically as individuals occupy the space and make it their own.

The inception period of any project that Hames Sharley is asked to investigate is equally focussed on the aspirations and guiding principles of the local and greater context and the client brief. This allows for a strong platform to develop considered ideas that lead to a development that is based on a feeling of home at an intimate scale as well as connecting to a sense of place at a broader scale - adding value to its context.

Our goal is to create a ‘place’ that has a balance of diverse residential and retail offering, landscape and view corridors that connect to the immediate context and interwoven principles regarding environmental responsible design. When this tapestry of principles is activated within the design process this gives us the best chance to create an outcome that will allow a community to develop over time.