Category: Residential, Condominium
The landscape design of 8 Napier was in direct response to accommodating and minimising the steep slope of the property. To its North, a seven to eleven metre high wall along its West, a hospital and to the East a condominium, the design minimises views of its neighbours and emphasized its form stepped terraces, each containing very specific functions.
The first terrace forecourt at the entrance of the property was enhanced by the placement of the three large aged syzigium trees. These trees anchored the forecourt, creating a welcoming Porte-cochère.