The Landence Group has formally launched The Evermore, its flagship Melbourne development designed by local architects Hayball. Located at 58-66 Dorcas Street, at the verge between Southbank and South Melbourne, The Evermore represents Landence's first foray into the Australian market and has been conceived as dual metallic towers with a strong vertical emphasis rising above a shared podium.
This duality in visual expression reflects this threshold condition between the two neighbouring suburbs - allowing the towers to read as individual elements of a larger composition.
The bronze and gold towers have been designed to maximise views and minimise the number of south facing apartments, while employing passive design principles. Balconies and vertical shading addressing the harsh western sun while also allowing the curation of key views.
The project team has sought to provide residents with resort style amenity throughout, with a sweeping port cochère and grand stone clad lobby greeting residents and visitors on arrival. Further to this, residents and their guests will also have access to an entire floor of additional leisure rooms, a gym, a cinema, a 14.5m open-air pool with sun lounges and a series of tropical gardens interspersed throughout to soften the exterior.
The first stage comprising 199 apartments is currently at sales with a mix of one, two and three bedroom apartments ranging from ranging from 45sqm to 110sqm respectively. Two penthouses have already been sold with another reserved.