Sustainable commitments and biophilic design principles underpin the interior design of The Canopy. Within each apartment, the emphasis on nature and holistic wellness is carried through a calming neutral palette and the incorporation of stone, timber and rich textures.

FEELING OF HOME

Contemporary ways of living are prioritised, with integrated storage solutions and entrance areas included in the range of 1, 2 and 3 bedroom residences - all designed for various lifestyles and family sizes. Study areas are thoughtfully positioned to help keep work and home separate.

Generous balconies to every apartment extend the open living areas beyond their boundaries and offer panoramic views of the surrounding greenery.

NATURAL LIGHT

Natural light is critical for better health and happiness. At The Canopy, apartment depths have been consciously limited across the design, and frontages have been broadened to allow more daylight and ventilation to penetrate.

The result is a home that is lighter, more open and full of fresh air, with maximised views of nature and the city beyond.

CROSS FLOW VENTILATION

Cross-flow ventilation is a natural method of cooling. It relies on wind to force cool exterior air into the building, while outlets move warm interior air outside.

At The Canopy, the balcony orientation and doors and windows have been carefully placed to ensure cross-flow ventilation. This also minimises the building's carbon footprint and reduces ongoing costs for residents.

FEELING OF HOME

Contemporary ways of living are prioritised, with integrated storage solutions and entrance areas included in the range of 1, 2 and 3 bedroom residences - all designed for various lifestyles and family sizes. Study areas are thoughtfully positioned to help keep work and home separate.

Generous balconies to every apartment extend the open living areas beyond their boundaries and offer panoramic views of the surrounding greenery.

NATURAL LIGHT

Natural light is critical for better health and happiness. At The Canopy, apartment depths have been consciously limited across the design, and frontages have been broadened to allow more daylight and ventilation to penetrate.

The result is a home that is lighter, more open and full of fresh air, with maximised views of nature and the city beyond.

CROSS FLOW VENTILATION

Cross-flow ventilation is a natural method of cooling. It relies on wind to force cool exterior air into the building, while outlets move warm interior air outside.

At The Canopy, the balcony orientation and doors and windows have been carefully placed to ensure cross-flow ventilation. This also minimises the building's carbon footprint and reduces ongoing costs for residents.


EXPLORE FLOORPLANS

The Canopy offers a range of 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments that all embrace the same biophilic principles and design philosophy.

Ground floor lobby and retail.
Artist's Impression

Kitchen, 2 Bedroom.
Artist's Impression

Living, 3 Bedroom.
Artist's Impression

Kitchen, 3 Bedroom.
Artist's Impression

We looked to use a clean, calming palette of materials — a refined, simple design, but one with subtle sophistication.

— Eugene Chieng, Hayball, Director

Please register now to find out more about The Canopy and book a private appointment and tour of our Display Suite.

Display Suite Address:
262 Normanby Road,
South Melbourne VIC 3205

Display Suite Open:
Monday to Friday
10am – 5pm

Saturday & Sunday
1pm - 4pm
Closed public holidays

For more information contact

Melanie Wickham 0419 500 989

We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the land where we work and live, the Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung and Bunurong Boon Wurrung peoples of the Eastern Kulin and pay respect to their Elders past, present and emerging.