DKO architects have created a world of beautiful contrasts at Elm & Stone.
The outer façade’s raw materials wrap a shell around the building. Industrial concrete balanced with lush, cascading plant life that frames each apartment as if the building were alive and immersed by Mother Nature. Planter boxes on the apartment balconies invite residents to add to the building’s living façade with verdant greenery, vibrant wildflowers or a garden of favourite herbs.
In dramatic contrast, the internal façade acts as though the shell of the building has been cracked open to reveal a different world of sleek bronze glass, mirroring the rooftop garden and endless sky.
Elm & Stone’s lush greenery, bronze architectural detailing, and clean concrete surfaces are timeless and elegant. Creating a complementary apartment building to the existing NewQuay Docklands surroundings.