BGD Architects set to deliver designs at Serenity 4212
Renowned Gold Coast architect firm BGD Architects has been commissioned to design the new $650 million Serenity 4212 master-planned community, headed by director Bayden Goddard.
BGD Design Architects is a multi-award-winning corporation offering services in architecture, interior design and master planning.
BGD has an extensive portfolio with projects located around the world including Bondi, Brisbane, New York and the South of France.
Recent commercial developments include Tropical Fruit World, 88 Bundall and The Layt Clinical.
Mr. Goddard has further developed masterpiece projects in the most exclusive postcodes ranging from Paradise Waters to Palm Beach and Sovereign Island.
The Serenity 4212 development is located directly adjacent to Oyster Cove, BGD’s first home making this project sentimental to Mr. Goddard’s company.
“BDG are known for luxury housing which makes this project a good fit, it feelis like a full circle moment,” said Mr Goddard.
“The opportunity of being able to design custom briefs on large lots with greater flexibility has allowed us to push boundaries of the Serenity 4212 waterfront which we have not been able to do before.”
“The land is so large that we have been able to maximise the lifestyle in combatting balancing introverted space to create the best place in the world.”
“The goal is for you to come home and fee like the world and the pressure is off.”
“Landscaping has been a main focus of Serenity 4212, we feel as though this project has brought us full circle and we can really create that community feeling that buyers are looking for.”
Large outdoor backyards are often considered a luxury, with BGD capitalising on wider area plans for buyers to able to maximise the enjoyment of having additional space offered at Serenity 4212.
“Our developers have worked hard on creating a vision with balance so that our project compliments the estate.”
“The lot sizes at Serenity have afforded us the luxury of unique designs rare to the Gold Coast.”
“Three out of the four houses have north facing courtyards with cross ventilation, cooling systems and flexibility of the designs.”
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