Ikebana is a stunning contemporary architecturally designed Japanese-inspired development located on the edge of the Melbourne CBD perfectly placed to enjoy the excitement of the city from a place of tranquillity.
This exquisite apartment consists of light-filled living, dining, modern open kitchens, a sparkling bathroom, laundry facilities, and an outdoor balcony. Guests looking for a work-from-home space will also enjoy the separate study nook.
Apartment features floor-to-ceiling glass frontage, polished floorboards, four-burner cooktops, a dishwasher, an electric oven, rangehood, stone benchtops with a dining table attached, and double-glazed windows.
Building facilities include a security entrance, video surveillance, a private Club on the rooftop, an indoor/outdoor lounge, a teppanyaki grill, a karaoke lounge, a fire pit, and private dining areas.
Minutes walk to Flagstaff Station and within easy reach of Queen Victoria Market and an array of restaurants.
It was a perfect location and it was so clean! Me and my partner loved the layout and it was comfortable and cosy! Wish we had stayed longer here.
Had an excellent stay. Very close to restaurants and bars. Would definitely stay again!
Comfortable in a good sized apartment with good facilities and equipment. Easy access to trams, buses and walk to Port Melbourne's restaurants., beach and South Melbourne Markets.
I stayed for work and it was nice and relaxing to come back to at the end of the day.
Comfortable, modern and clean. Great location for food and transport. I was working at Monash Caulfield, and super convenient on the tram.
IKEBANA newly complete development situated in Melbourne’s newest hot spot, West Melbourne. Ikebana location puts you close to everything that matters. Queen Victoria Market is on your doorstep, the CBD, international shopping and sporting venues are an easy walk, bike-ride, Southern Cross station or short tram trip away.
Developed by luxury property developer, GURNER and designed by Elenberg Fraser that uses the Zen-like aesthetic of Japan’s traditional art of floral arranging as its muse, to deliver an architectural icon with a distinct yet subtle Japanese influence.
The Ikebana Private Club on the rooftop features landscaping by renowned gardener Jack Merlo, a teppanyaki grill, karaoke lounge, indoor/outdoor lounge, a firepit and private dining areas. Jack Merlo has also designed lush sunken gardens between the three buildings. These amenities need can be booked at no cost by guest through the building management.
A feature of Ikebana is the two VIP Spa Retreats, which can be booked at no cost by residents for private entertaining with their own spa, barbecue, bar and moonlight cinema.