Project: Harbour Lights
Location: Cairns, Australia
Client: Honeycombes Property Group
Architect: Denton Corker Marshall

DecoR Stone’s  recent addition to its portfolio of providing quality decorative stone solutions to landmark projects is Denton Corker Marshall’s Harbour Lights Cairns.

Cairns, the gateway to the Great Barrier Reef, reveal the architectural development on the East Coast of Australia: Cairns Harbour Lights.

Expected to set a new standard in modern architecture and elevate the touchstone of contemporary waterfront living, Cairns Harbour Lights is the ideal waterfront residential address and is steadily becoming the aspiration of design.

Harbour Lights Cairns is a joint project between two iconic North Queensland enterprises, the Honeycombes Property Group and Chapman Group.

This residential development is designed to reign as the innovative suburban address and was awarded the Tropical North Queensland Tourism Award for New Tourism Development 2007.

Designed by prominent architects Denton Corker Marshall, Cairns Harbour Lights offers modern and innovative design and architectural genius.

The practice’s ability to manifest complex design problems into good architectural phenomena is the characteristic of Denton Corker Marshall.

This project is only one small element in the impressive portfolio of this architectural practice, which also includes the design of one of Melbourne’s landmarks- The Bolte Bridge.

Harbour Lights is a 193 architecturally designed 12 stories high apartment block offering views of Trinity Inlet, Trinity Bays, Cairns City and the Esplanade precinct.

Harbour Lights’ modern shape and almost delicate and misleading exterior contradicts the magnitude, talent and richness within. In addition to this panaromic view, occupants enjoy a breathtaking roof deck design that was achieved using DecoR Stone's range of imported decorative pebbles.

So far, DecoR Stone supplied 65 tonne of pebbles, which include Granulati Charcoal 10-15mm, Ming Bluestone 10-15mm and Ming Magpie 10-20mm.

Denton Corker Marshall has accomplished an architectural presence with the design of Harbour Lights.