Gartner Rose is delighted to announce the successful completion of
Wyldefel Mansion in Potts Point.
One of the few apartment buildings of this type in Australia, this
spectacular building has recently been restored by Gartner Rose.
First seen by the owner of the Wyldefel mansion (William Crowle) in a
town in Germany, he carried the idea back to Sydney and contracted
architect John Brogan to recreate the design based on photographs he had
taken whilst on holidays.
Centered around a landscaped communal garden, with stepped tiers down
from one apartment to the next. The roofs of lower apartments provide
courtyards for apartments above them.
Working closely with Architects Clive Lucas Stapleton and Partners,
Gartner Rose has restored all the steel framed windows, render, repaired
any concrete cancer, relocated services and repainted the building with
strict heritage controls.
All work was performed with all tenants still in residence and was
designed to ensure minimal impact on the tenants.
Visit our Flickr
page to view more photos from this project.