True to its surroundings, the building displays an edgy, industrial aesthetic through a confident use of red brick, exposed concrete floors, dark joinery and railing balustrades.

45 Mt Eden is just a short stroll from Maungawhau

Exteriors

45 Mt Eden's raw palette is elevated by bold design features that lift the building from its urban roots to a sophisticated residential sanctuary.
          The angular timber canopy and elevated planting provide a dynamic base to the design while the cantilevered steel balconies on the north-east corner provide visual balance to the solid brick core. At the top of the building, the penthouse roof with its captivating oculus soars above the dark, recessive top floor.

45 Mt Eden's dynamic design draws inspiration from its bustling urban setting

The three-bedroom apartment has a feature glazed dining space with 180 degree views

The two bedroom apartment has an appealing flow to the open plan living

Interior Design

The interiors have the same confident design, attention to detail, and understated luxury as the exterior.
         With a maximum of three apartments per level, every apartment is a corner unit. Large floor-to-ceiling glazing with opening windows make these apartments light and airy, and provide for interesting urban views at every turn.
          The stunning interiors reveal an architect’s hand with a focus on features that enhance your daily life: large balconies with level transitions and privacy screens; master bedrooms with ensuite; double or walk-in wardrobes; separate laundry and functional storage in the hallways.


The interiors have the same confident design, attention to detail, and understated luxury as the exterior.
         With a maximum of three apartments per level, every apartment is a corner unit. Large floor-to-ceiling glazing with opening windows make these apartments light and airy, and provide for interesting urban views at every turn.
         



 The stunning interiors reveal an architect’s hand with a focus on features that enhance your daily life: large balconies with level transitions and privacy screens; master bedrooms with ensuite; double or walk-in wardrobes; separate laundry and functional storage in the hallways.





The living in the one-bedroom apartments opens to a spectacular west-facing corner balcony

The bathroom pairs a dramatic modern aesthetic with functional design

Developer

45 Mt Eden Road is developed by Anscot Property, owned by Graeme and Melissa Scott, who have lived in Mt Eden for over 40 years. Until 2017, Graeme was a principal of ASC Architects in Auckland (ASC Architects have prepared the documentation and will oversee the construction for the project). Melissa is an artist and book illustrator.
         During a 40 year career, Graeme has designed many large multi-unit residential projects including Market Cove in Favona, Kilbryde in Parnell and Lakeside West in Queenstown. Graeme is committed to quality urban environments, and in his role as deputy convenor of the Auckland Council’s urban design panels, works to ensure a liveable and vibrant Auckland.