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Sole, Italian for ‘sun’, pursues the idea of creativity through the use of natural light.

Fusing a perception of the built environment with the natural landscape, Sole offers a structure that seems to float, despite its solidity. Canopies of strong materials appear to levitate, while the building in its entirety sits elevated, perching itself above the Brighton Croquet Club and offering unobstructed views of Bayside and beyond. Plentiful outdoor balcony spaces are created with the incorporation of alcoves into the facade, providing a garden environment and offering an innate sense of privacy to residents.

While having their own identity, Sole and Luna work in symbiosis to offer two seperate addresses that ultimately come together as one.

Internally, spaced are incredibly large and finishes favour a neutral, muted palette. Natural stones and complementing timbers work in conjunction to create an environment that is the ultimate sense of home. Linear narratives are juxtaposed by the subtle inclusion of curves and luxury Vzug appliances, bespoke joinery, gas fireplaces and feature lighting are all standard.

Tastefully designed with intention, Sole offers a functional arrangement that is without compromise on sophistication or liveability. Featuring high ceilings and delivering proportions that are innately generous, downsizers and upscalers will feel right at home within expansive residences that have been elegantly, intelligently and masterfully designed.

Situated only a short stroll from abundant amenity, lively Church Street and Middle Brighton Station, Sole perfectly articulates the luxury, convenience and finesse expected of its Brighton locale. Amalgamating design with location and only 11 kilometres from the Melbourne CBD, Sole offers a lifestyle of luxury living with the very best of Bayside living right on its doorstep.



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