zaha hadid plans dual mariner’s cove towers for australia's gold coast zaha hadid plans dual mariner’s cove towers for australia's gold coast
jun 16, 2015

zaha hadid plans dual mariner’s cove towers for australia's gold coast

 

zaha hadid mariner’s cove plan has been revealed showcasing two 44-storey towers to be built along australia’s gold coast. subject to development approval, zaha hadid mariner’s cove will combine 370 highrise living units with the region’s first privately-owned cultural precinct, featuring an art gallery, museum, and outdoor sculptural gardens overlooking the broadwater. the project has been commissioned by the sunland group, the organization behind brisbane’s grace on coronation project – also designed by hadid. in addition, the development will include ground floor retail and dining, a waterfront promenade and an underground aquarium.

zaha hadid mariner’s cove towers for australia's gold coast designboom
the two towers will each comprise 44 storeys
all images courtesy of sunland group

 

 

 

‘this proposal has the capacity to enable the gold coast to further define its cultural identity, not only through defining architecture, but also through the cultural aspects it will provide to the city,’ explained sunland executive chairman, dr soheil abedian.

 

sunland group has lodged a development application with local authorities for the planned $600 million AUD redevelopment, with further announcements to be made in due course.

zaha hadid plans dual mariner’s cove towers for australia's gold coast
the development will include ground floor retail and dining areas

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