New Zealand-born architecture firm Warren and Mahoney has been appointed as executive and documentation architects for The Landmark in St Leonards.

Originally designed by Tony Leung of A+Design Group, the building has 43 levels, comprising mixed-use commercial, retail and residential and will be one of the tallest residential buildings in Sydney. 

“Warren and Mahoney is delighted to have been awarded the role of executive architect,” says Nicholas Bandounas, principal, Warren and Mahoney Sydney.

“This will truly be a landmark building on Sydney’s North Shore and its proximity to the CBD, transport, entertainment precincts and major dining venues encourages a true ‘live, work, play’ lifestyle and sets a precedent for integrated urban design."

Daniel Lingwood, Head of Acquisitions and Development from VIMG says, “Warren and Mahoney was selected as executive architect due to the practice principals’ proven expertise in managing complex, high quality mixed use developments."

“We were especially impressed with Warren and Mahoney’s energy, approach, and deep understanding of what we want to achieve with this development.  We’re confident they will help us deliver one of the most desirable and liveable residential towers in Australia.”

Warren and Mahoney have a history of successful design collaborations including the International Convention Centre in New Zealand which they designed with Moller and Woods Bagot, and the Pacific Games Village in Papua New Guinea with their partners PAC Pacific. 


Tony Leung, CEO of A+Design Group and the man responsible for the original design of The Landmark, suggests that The Landmark will be iconic addition to St Leonards and that its design draws inspiration from nearby Sydney Harbour. 

“The concept for this iconic tower was inspired by Sydney Harbour; this is reflected by the waves of this sculptural tower," he says. 

"This development will create a sense of place and a new identity for the St Leonards area.” 

Leung also notes that his firm will continue to be involved in the project until completion in early 2020.