The iconic and eye catching design of the RACV Cape Schanck Resort in Victoria, Australia by Wood Marsh Architecture is characterised by its distinctive façade and sweeping curves.
The stone clad walls to the lower levels, were designed to visually ‘anchor’ the building to the earth, and gives the building immense presence on arrival. Separated by a fully glazed central level, the upper levels of hotel rooms appear to float and cantilever over the lower levels.
The resort has used Dulux Electro Dark Bronze to coat and protect windows, doors and louvres on the project which complements the spectacular facade. Electro’s unique anodised look is designed to subtly change in appearance as light conditions alter in the day. Set amongst the 7.6 hectare golf course, the new seven level integrated resort replaces the previous facility and brings together all accommodation and guest amenities into one single building.
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Photo Credit: Kane Jarrod Photography