Just like a bowerbird, K20 Architecture has curated an elegant selection of line, shape, and design in its latest showing of contemporary disability architecture.
Bowerbird forms a series of apartments that effortlessly entwines accessibility and community living within the leafy green streets of Ormond.
Bowerbird isn’t just a place to live, it’s a home to thrive. Somewhere you can grow independently. All while nestling yourself in and amongst a friendly neighbourhood community.
This building isn’t just about accessibility and sustainability, it’s also about encouraging you to express your own personality throughout the home – starting with your front door. For example, you decide on what colour door you want that says ‘welcome to my home‘.
Beyond the natural veil of timber that cloaks the exterior of the building are 15 lavish SDA apartments for people of disability including both one- and two- bedroom apartments. Care workers are also conveniently rostered on site 24/7 to ensure assistance is available when needed.
All apartments will achieve platinum-level certification under liveable housing design guidelines and an outstanding 8 star NatHERS rating. Making your move not only sustainably conscious and carbon-positive, but also progressive in all aspects of the word.
To be eligible for Specialist Disability Accommodation,participants require SDA approval for a High Physical Support one-bedroom resident apartment.
If you are unsure if you qualify, please chat with your NDIS Support Coordinator or call our team on 0499 100 578 who will be able to assist you in making Bowerbird your forever home.