Pacific Bondi Beach

Pacific Bondi Beach is an adaptive re-use of the existing Swiss Grand Hotel with the construction of new facades and additional floors. The new architecture makes reference to the ‘Art Deco’ character of the street and influences associated with Bondi architecture through the use of curvilinear elements and roof lines found in 1930’s architecture. At the heart of the building is a landscaped atrium, which provides an open air public accessible courtyard, significantly improving public amenity.

The mixed-use development is the successful integration of 110 luxury apartments with 140 car spaces, a 69-room QT Bondi Hotel, 5,500m2 of retail including Speedo Fitness Club and pool, Woolworths Metro and BWS store and a mix of high-quality food and beverage operations and assorted fashion boutiques.

Its prominent building location along the length of Campbell Parade and its richly detailed façade form of modern aesthetics has revitalised the 110 metres of the Bondi Beach Precinct by activating street frontages and providing pedestrian links throughout the development with quality retail shops including cafes and restaurants. The vaulted penthouse-style Lighthouse apartments and proposed wave form shade structure over the outdoor cafe seating area is a playful response to the seaside setting.