Our M24 Apartments in Perth are now finished. The building is on the site of the former Golden West Aerated Water Company, which later became Gest. Its bubbly façade, a voronoi structure, was inspired by the idea of fizzy drinks. A Voronoi is a tessellating network of cells that occurs naturally in many aspects of nature: butterfly wings, leaf veins, honeycombs and, in this case, bubbles.
Watch M24 being built.
The floating-bubble artwork at the carpark entrance (by artists Jon Denaro and Bec Juniper) is generated from Golden West soft-drink labels.
Our architect Luke Davey’s homemade timber-and-steel voronoi structure helped determine the best way to build the façade.
The foyer wall is a photo of a gold curtain pixelated into a network of voronoi shapes.
Golden West history