Gosford, NSW, Australia
one of a kind
Rumbalara means ‘end of the rainbow’. The development sits within an historic sandstone quarry on one of the highest sites in Gosford and adjacent to the Rumbalara natural reserve.
The building’s materiality is inspired by the contextual setting of the sandstone quarry and the canopy of the trees of the natural reserve.
Four buildings follow the slope of the site with access to unparalleled views to the Brisbane waters.
A series of passive house sustainable measures have been developed, including green roofing solutions and water reuse for communal areas making this development one that keeps both people and the planet in mind.
“This is the most luxurious development the Central Coast has ever seen.”Alceon Development Director Todd Campling
The buildings are crafted with sandstone and enhanced with the implementation of timber and biophilic design principles. Materiality and landscape have been thoughtfully considered by Marchese, which has resulted in major demand from Sydneysiders.
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Watch this video to learn more about Rumbalara or, contact Enrique Blanco de Córdova.