Life illuminated.
Essendon’s thriving quarter.

Luminess is a collection of 1, 2, and 3 bedroom homes that honours Essendon’s rich heritage. Inspired by the workmanship of the suburb’s red brick buildings, John Demos Architects has designed a new landmark that features a rare level of craft and timelessness.

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A contemporary retelling.

A façade of glazed brick columns, a curvilinear band of brickwork and glass walls reference the adjacent church and old buildings of Russell Street. This traditional foundation contrasts with a more contemporary material palette above, creating an elegant differentiation of form. At street level, an activated retail precinct interacts with the community along Russell Street and the surrounding area, creating a vibrant new hub for Essendon.

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Lightness and elegance

The interiors of Luminess are designed by the acclaimed Kathy Demos who worked in close collaboration with her brother, John Demos, in crafting the building as a cohesive whole.

Each space is carefully considered for those who will occupy it, with large open floorplans providing the flexibility for an ever-evolving way of living. The higher-level balconies offer impressive views out over Melbourne, while the lower level terraces overlook the bustling streetscape – perfect for entertaining guests on a warm evening.

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John Demos Architects is known throughout Australia for its creative and forward-thinking design. Boasting a strong and diversified portfolio across Melbourne, Founder John Demos brings his signature thoughtful and intelligent design to each and every project.

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Kathy Demos is a renowned Australian designer and former Director of the National Design Centre. Inspired by the meaning of home to individuals, Kathy understands the importance of interior design as a part of development from start to finish.

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Permarc is a lifestyle-focused property development group that betters communities and enriches lives. Inspired by the heritage and culture of each site, Permarc residences are designed to be architectural reflections of the local surrounds.

  1. 1 Essendon Station
  2. 2 St Rose Cafe
  3. 3 Rise Pilates
  4. 4 North & Eight Cafe
  5. 5 Windy Hill
  6. 6 Ten Ate One
  7. 7 Poyntons Nursery
  8. 8 Active Style
  9. 9 Harper & Blohm
  10. 10 St Columba's College
  11. 11 The Boathouse
  12. 12 Queens Park
  13. 13 Aberfeldie Park
  14. 14 St Martha's Cafe
  15. 15 The Essendon Cyclery
  16. 16 Valley Cellar Door
  17. 17 Essendon Rowing Club
  18. 18 Maribyrnong Park
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Selling Agent

Nathan
Architect
Interior Designer
Developer