Sleek, sculptural, sophisticated. The architecture of the Docklands by DKO Architecture presents a new landmark of luxury living inspired by the timeless style of the city at its door.
Capital Alliance, Marriott International
Architecture Interior Design
Taking cues from the aerodynamic contours of yachts moored around Docklands, DKO has envisioned a building of graceful curves. A translucent screen wraps around the building, providing wintergardens enclosed in glass, with the curved façade providing multiple and enviable aspects of the water, the city and the Bolte Bridge.
The Docklands Residences’ distinctive design, The Melbourne Collection, share an approach to liveability as natural and discerning as Melbourne itself.
Upon entering, the evocative colour palette reveals itself in darker tones which have been inspired by Melbourne’s traditional use of bluestone. Metallic joinery and timber flooring provide polished accents in the design, while the large living spaces enjoy abundant natural light streaming in through floor-to-ceiling windows.
The kitchen offers a crisp and uncluttered aesthetic, with large, streamlined cupboards to keep everything out of sight. The sophistication of the design continues with high-end Gaggenau appliances, a dedicated appliance cupboard and a cooktop on the island bench making this space a pleasure to share.
Designed by award-winning DKO Architecture, the hotel will be part of the mixed-use development that includes The Docklands Residences, and will include restaurants, a rooftop infinity pool and bar, executive facilities and state-of-the-art function spaces.
As Melbourne continues its evolution as one of the world’s premier destinations for commerce, major events and tourism, the Marriott Docklands hotel will be known as the finest place to experience its distinguished culture from a new landmark address. The hotel will be a flagship in Australia and a true example of the Marriott brand’s sophisticated style and innovative functionality.