PBD Architects acknowledges the First Nations of the Countries on which we work. Paying respect to Elders both past, present and emerging






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Tharawal Nation

Cronulla, derived from an Aboriginal word kurranulla meaning 'place of pink seashells' is located on the Bate Bay coastline in Sydney's south, with the site located at the narrowest point of the peninsula. Two 8-storey towers connected by a double-storey podium, consisting of 112 designer dwellings with 6 penthouses, 51x 3 bedroom apartments, 30x 2 bedroom apartments and 25x 1 bedroom apartments, wellness facilities, swimming pool and a curated selection of retailers including Harris Farm Markets, and a boutique wine cellar.

The Public Domain Master Plan pictures Kingsway as a 'green gateway and revitilised waterfront space'. The plan puts forward the idea of Kingsway being a green gateway that links the town centre to the beach to promote safety and enhance the public experience.
organic shapes of the coastal landscape
The building form is inspired by raw, natural materials and the organic shapes of the coastal landscape. Achieving a bespoke design approach that aims to be sympathetic and well-integrated within The Kingsway and its surroundings.

Existing in perfect harmony between building forms, people, culture and the natural world of Cronulla beach, Vue is one unified organism.