Another luxury project on the East Coast by Plus Architecture is being completed


Plus Architecture has announced the completion of its Luna project in Burleigh Heads.

Overlooking Queensland’s iconic Burleigh Beach, the eight full-storey apartments developed by Brisbane-based developer Forme are currently the most expensive residential development to be sold by the square meter in the Sunshine State. Mim Design designed the interiors for each of the beachfront properties.

Plus’ thoughtful design process has highlighted a number of architectural elements to enhance the complex. The iconic curved glass facade is the first of its kind in a residential development in Australia, designed to reflect the ocean below, allowing Luna to blend seamlessly into its stunning landscape. North facing floor to ceiling windows capture the outstanding panoramic sea views and allow natural light to flood into each residence.

A range of first-rate amenities, including a private pool, wet-edge sun lounge and fully-equipped gym, ensure residents can relax in comfort within the confines of the property.

Plus Architecture Director Danny Juric says the residential offering is the ideal beach house.

“Luna Burleigh was expertly designed, inspired by the refraction of light falling through crystal clear, cool water and the surrounding lush greenery of the National Park. With an enviable location just steps from Burleigh Beach and the lush coastal rainforests of Burleigh Heads National Park, the luxury offering ticks all the boxes when it comes to the ultimate beachside living,” he says.

“The Gold Coast already has a glittering city silhouette and we wanted to complement that, as does the ocean – and create a peaceful and tranquil home for those who really want to enjoy the rolling waves, treetops and natural beauty of the coast,” he said.

Luna is another addition to a portfolio of ‘super lux’ projects recently completed by Plus Architecture on the East Coast.

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