Jewel

Gold Coast, Australia
Gold Coast, Australia

The towers, with their distinctive glass curtain walling system, are the result of a collaboration between Oppenheim Architects and DBI. The fundamental design concept drew inspiration from three smoky quartz crystals that were discovered in the region. Jewel is inspired by the crystalline volcanic hook that forms the underlying structure at the coastline and in particular, the Gold Coast’s iconic hinterland. Jewel makes evident the geomorphology of the Gold Coast, while clearly articulating is response to the regions subtropical climate. The building employs sophisticated facade technologies to ensure shading from sun and shelter from the wind, delivering a 5 star green star building, that is as dramatic as it is sustainable.

512 apartments within a multi-use 169 room hotel, serviced apartments, residential and retail destination resort precinct.

There are 3 towers;

  • Tower 1: Jewel North: Luxury Residential Tower with 232 Apartments
  • Tower 2: Jewel Central: Residential and Hotel Tower with 172 Apartments, 169 Rooms
  • Tower 3: Jewel South: Premium Residential Tower with 108 Apartments
  • Jewel has 3 podium levels, largely dedicated to the hotel functions
  • 4 food and beverage outlets
  • A cutting edge spa and gym with an indoor heated swimming pool
  • 5 retail tenancies
  • Conference centre
  • A ground floor resort pool with swim-up bar and integrated landscaping

Client Dalian Wanda / Ridong Developments / Yuhu Group / AW Holding Group

DBI Role Architecture, Interior Design, Landscape Design, Master Planning

Commencement Date September 2014

Completion Date 2020

Site Area 11,534m2

GFA 95,000m2

Project Value AUD $1 BN

Project Height
Tower 1 - 41 storeys
Tower 2 - 47 storeys
Tower 3 - 34 storeys

Combined Levels Masterplan
Level 3 Podium Plan / Level 2 Podium Plan