As a considered and striking residence of 47 apartments over seven levels, Night Fall has been designed in the great modernist tradition – deriving its geometric form from the demands of its function, the orchestration of its materials and the beauty of its surrounds.
Both considered and luxurious, residents of Night Fall’s superbly appointed one, two and three bedroom apartments are welcomed into curated spaces of exquisite materials and finishes – where warm palettes of industrial elements – such as anodised bronze panelling – are offset by softer textured off-white exterior treatments and polished edges.
Carefully considered and light filled spaces are framed by generous balconies and an orientation that maximises natural daylight. Paying homage to Melbourne’s great laneways, the select balconies fronting Gladstone Street and corresponding laneways create a sense of inner-CBD living while providing a strong connection between interior and exterior living spaces.
Supported by an innovative carstacking carpark and generous secure storage spaces, residents of Night Fall are afforded the conveniences expected from a luxurious and boutique residence.
Night Fall is situated less than 1.5 kilometres from the city centre and upon the nexus of Melbourne’s most celebrated cultural hub. Serving as a cultural barometer and beacon, Night Fall rests discretely at the entrance of Melbourne’s entertainment and recreation precincts including the Convention Centre, Federation Square, Crown Casino, Etihad Stadium, Australian Ballet and Melbourne University.
With stunning city views to the north-east and bay views to the south-west, Night Fall is simultaneously a sanctuary and stage with residents afforded the luxury to participate in the haptic energy of local markets and cafes or curate a unique in-house entertaining experience.