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Posted 23rd October, 2017

Ritz-Carlton Perth Could Open Early

The Ritz-Carlton Perth could be opening sooner than expected, with news that the $500 million hotel construction is ahead of schedule and already one-quarter of the way to completion.

The Ritz-Carlton Perth could be opening sooner than expected, with news that the $500 million hotel construction is ahead of schedule and already one-quarter of the way to completion. Seeing the hotel as a long-term investment, Marriott International – the Ritz-Carlton operators – have forged ahead with their plans, eager to re-introduce the brand to Australia’s shores.

Part of the Elizabeth Quay development, the Ritz-Carlton will occupy a 28-story tower alongside ‘The Towers’ at Elizabeth Quay, an upmarket residential development adjacent to the hotel. The precinct will include exclusive retail space, fine-dining and waterfront access to the quay and Swan river.

Cottee Parker Architects oversaw the architectural design of the towers, utilising floor to ceiling glass windows and rounded building shapes to maximise river views. Probuild was contracted to construct the project, with the development creating 1200 jobs.

In 2014, Scharp were commissioned by the developer – Far East Consortium – to produce over 20 CGI images to help market the development. The images ranged from high-end interiors to breathtaking aerial images of the towers set against the skyline of the Perth CBD. A series of fly through sequences helped bring both the Ritz-Carlton and The Towers to life, and transported the viewer down to experience the hustle and bustle at the water’s edge.

Scharp have a history of working with Far East Consortium, having also delivered their winning bid proposal for the Queens Wharf redevelopment in Brisbane. Queens Wharf is one of our largest projects to date (consisting of movie presentation, over 30 CGIs and an iPad presentation) and we’re tremendously proud of our achievements on the largest stage. We’re looking forward to the transformation of the Perth waterfront and seeing our images brought to life.

We’re looking forward to the transformation of the Perth waterfront and seeing our images brought to life.

 

 

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