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September 2023

A New Level Of Luxurious Inner Urban Living Is Coming To Brisbane

There’s a lot of exciting developments happening in and around Brisbane in the lead up to the highly-anticipated Olympic Games, and we’ve been given a sneak peek at one of the city’s most luxurious residential developments… Introducing Skye by Pikos.

Architecturally designed by the famous Conrad Gargett (some of their other credentials include the Thomas Dixon Centre in West End and Aalto on the Gold Coast), Skye by Pikos will offer a new level of inner urban living in Brisbane. Situated on the ever-so captivating Kangaroo Point Cliffs, the development, which is set to open in 2025, will include 13 levels and 68 residences made up of three-bedroom apartments and penthouses starting at $2.7million. Our favourite part? The development will also feature an awe-inspiring sky deck, infinity sky view pool, and a rooftop leisure and regeneration deck.

Founder Pedro Pikos says a lot of thought and planning has gone into this residential project and he’s looking forward to seeing it completed. “We believe Skye by Pikos will offer a new level of luxurious living, one of lasting longevity to stand the test of time,” he says. “Our approach was one of thoughtful planning, design, quality material selection, and detailing. What we are left with is an incredibly liveable and sophisticated residential project with uninterrupted captivating views.”

Meanwhile, Interior Designer Julie Williamson, adds, “the apartments are generously sized with outdoor spaces flowing seamlessly from the living areas. Master bedrooms are private sanctuaries of retreat, with floor-to-ceiling robes and ensuites wrapped in natural stone.”

As for the design elements, Julie says she’s taken inspiration from nature and Brisbane itself. “Travertine, selected for its timeless aesthetic, is featured generously throughout. The veining of this natural stone mimics the movement of the Brisbane river and when combined with timber, it creates a palette of warmth, texture, and luxury.”

“The muted and soft scheme is balanced with natural materials that are rich in tactility, including timber floorboards, timber veneer, and natural stone. One feels instantly grounded and connected to nature, which we believe to be important when living in an elevated apartment.” We can’t wait to see this one completed – stay tuned!