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Classic and Modernity – Design and Art at Oakwood Premier Melbourne

40-storey property is one of the tallest single-purposely built structures in Australia boasting 392 luxurious apartments and a sky bar with 360-degree views. Looking over the Yarra River in Southbank, Oakwood Premier Melbourne is pinned to capture consumer demand with outstanding features, skyline views and elite customer service. The impeccable facilities and thriving dining areas both have exquisite 360-degree views of Melbourne, overlooking Albert Park, Port Phillip Bay, the CBD and Williamstown with each room bundling together luxury and comfort.

Oakwood Premier Melbourne will also two large multipurpose function areas, a co-working space and a lounge and games centre. Guests will also be able to relax and watch Melbourne thrive at either of the two outdoor lounge green oases on levels 5 and 6.

Development, Design and Inspiration

Yarra Hotel Group pays credit to Hamilton Marino Builders for constructing Oakwood Premier Melbourne, CHT Architects for their design and SORA Interior Architecture + Design for contributing all interior features. Some impressive elements of the build include the double-height roofs within the Lobby area, the detailed fitness centre and the grand SkyBar located on the 40th floor with a mezzanine for private functions.

The Lobby is exceptional, hosting three oversized brass mesh chandelier installations that were constructed layer by layer and an outstanding commissioned art piece by the famous Mika Utzon Popov, grandson of Jorn Utzon who designed the Sydney Opera House. Popov’s tactile 3D vertical lobby piece was inspired by Melbourne’s famed Yarra River and provides an awe-inspiring entrance. Popov’s installation ties to the driveway waterfall wall feature too which incorporates a pattern of the Yarra River from a bird’s-eye view, captivating visitors as they enter the Oakwood Premier Melbourne premises.

Furthermore, all artwork in the guest rooms and shared spaces pay homage to Australia, displaying bright, colourful native floral photography taken by a variety of Australian artists.

Future thinking, sustainability and innovative technology have also played a large role in the development of Oakwood Premier Melbourne. A 23kW solar PV system has been installed on the roof, reducing the properties reliance on city grid electricity by 10-15%. Further to this, there will also be an electronic car charging station and all elevators have been installed with an advanced ‘Destination Control System’, reducing the hotel’s overall energy consumption.

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