One of a collection of buildings developed by Crown Group, 44 Odea Avenue has been designed to respond to the emerging character of its environment by expressing its own clear identity within a collection of individual buildings designed to balance diversity with a sense of place. The building is conceived as a community of dwellings connected by communal spaces. Its architectural identity celebrates the intersection of Archibald Avenue and Lachlan Place as an expressed front door and vertical connector, linking the Entry to the Communal Garden above.
The entry is connected, via a feature staircase, to the rooftop garden. This transition is expressed by the veil, a filigree wrapping that emanates upwards from the ground plane and wraps around level 4, forming a continuous balustrade and signifying the communal garden.
Above this Garden Terrace duplexes are set back from the main body of the building to allow the garden to continue along the Lachlan Place frontage. These apartments are designed as larger homes, over two levels and with their own roof garden on top.