Rosehill was designed by AWG architects, who together with Sergison Bates and noAarchitects developed the Park Lane design and concept. The Antwerp office was founded in 1971 by Bob Van Reeth and
has since grown into an innovative team with a project-specific approach, an approach that is gaining in popularity at home and abroad. Their point of departure is always the broad context of the project: location, time and culture.
EXCLUSIVE DETACHED “URBAN VILLA” BUILDING OVERLOOKING THE PARK
Voluptuous art deco design in brownish flames brick.
Real marble or terrazzo kitchentops.
The buildings consists of 6 floors and 25 units. Each floor has 4 apartments, each with 2 bedrooms and terraces of 8 m². On the top floor there are 2 beautiful penthouses with a double large terrace. There is an underground parking with elevator access to the building.
Delivery beginning of 2025.
Each courtyard is like an “open air entrance hall”. The paved part with a small roundabout in the middle is built in red stone. The gardens around the courtyard aim for a rather intimate atmosphere, with colorful borders along the buildings and lawns with large trees in between.