The flowing form of architectural design hints at the best elements of the Art Deco style of the interwar period.
In this development, strong design elements are evident in the horizontal lines which are consistent in many architectural details. Such details flow through from the balconies (which are also counter balanced with curves), to the internal paneling, and the ribbed details of the external fascias.
The design of this building floats over a rustic stone base with deep, visually dramatic open cantilevered balconies, curved for aesthetics and to optimize the views. The flowing forms are reminiscent of the best elements of Art Deco design, but reinterpreted with a distinctly contemporary edge. These apartments are spacious and offer flexibility and functionality for both contemporary or more traditional furnishings.
Alexandra is enriched by touches of refined detail, natural materials including high quality stone and timber and a discriminating selection of fittings and equipment.