The building, its interiors and outdoor spaces prioritise people and the environment. Genuinely sustainable design is so ingrained it becomes less of a feature and more a natural part of your day.
Using architecture and technology to reduce environmental impact takes serious commitment. Residents are offered better choices everywhere. World-first, shared solar technology, electric car-charging stations, energy and water conserving features mean lower bills and a lighter environmental footprint. In total there is 555m2 of communal garden space between the ground floor courtyard and rooftop, which includes productive gardens.
“The Stewart Collective is really unique, it’s one of the first deployments of Allume Energy's behind-the-meter solar sharing technology globally. Not only are The Stewart Collective residents going to save money on their electricity bill, but they will also save up to 400 tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions over the life of the system, which is enough to drive around Australia 150 times.”
Cameron Knox, CEO at Allume Energy