United Places Botanic Gardens offers a boutique hotel experience, with intimate, luxurious spaces providing the comforts of home.
Overlooking Melbourne’s Royal Botanic Gardens, the building’s handsome façade showcases subtle concrete cladding juxtaposed with visual accents of gold and ebony.
Designed by Melbourne-based architecture studio Carr, the building is characterised by linear planes that evoke a sense of hardy minimalism, balanced by the warmth and softness of the rich materials found within the interior.
Each of the twelve suites have access to private balconies laid with Anston Vega pavers. The use of concrete in the horizontal plane draws a connection to the vertical front face of the building.