The project is known as Infinity Park which lies within the Norwest Business District and is within close proximity of the recently completed Norwest Metro station. Infinity park residential consists of 290 apartments consisting of two low-rise buildings to the north and three high-rise buildings to the south of the site.
The proposed design looks to reflect the interest of both the existing and emerging context of the surrounding area by bringing together elements of the natural and built environments. These work alongside neighbouring developments in the formation of a growing and evolving local character. This is set against a rolling natural landscape which typifies this edge of city location. This fluid nature of the local topography woven with the geometry of the built environment forms a latticework of rhythm, contrast and interest.
With the growing emergence of Norwest as a destination, the proposal aims to build upon local momentum in forming a new modern identity whilst maintaining visual links and understanding with its past, in this instance the importance and presence of the natural environment amongst the built form. The variation in architectural language used between the northern and southern buildings of the development reflects these immediate surroundings, with the southern building providing a refined and considered form entwining the mentioned key elements of local character: built rhythm and natural fluidity.