Jewel Village, Blacktown
Set within diverse landscaped gardens, Jewel Village is brimming with multi-level amenities and urban conveniences.
Jewel Village, a multi-storey mixed-use urban village, was designed by MOAA (Marco Orazio Abbondanza Architect) to provide Blacktown with the best in convenience and modern living. The village boasts a ground floor public dining and retail precinct, including a supermarket.
Our landscape team was engaged to provide landscape architectural services including a Landscape Concept, Landscape Master Plan and Detailed Documentation.
A central strand of flush decking presents an alfresco café-dining area with timber furnishings and deciduous canopy trees, which grow between and around the buildings.
The development's upper levels provide outdoor entertaining and lounge areas for residents, set amongst shade trees and sculptural gardens, and a circuit path at Level 1 enables residents to stroll or job without leaving home.
Lawns, picnic tables with parasols, sun lounges, a central water feature, shade sails and vines-planted pergola are surrounded by plantings in raised beds, containers, and designer pots, providing opportunity for various semi-private rooftop activities.
Illustrative plan: Place Logic
Architectural Visualisation: GoGetCG