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Past Projects

    Private Residence – St. Kilda Road


    “HBA Melbourne Created Luxurious and Elegant Transitional Space, Staying True to the Melbourne Aesthetics and yet Creating a Global Appeal through Intricate Design.”

    Max Moar being the original owner and developer of the Grand Hyatt and Park Hyatt Melbourne has always loved HBA designs and when it came to designing his own home, he looked no further than HBA Melbourne.

    After travelling worldwide and having resided in various countries, the client has returned to Melbourne and wanted to create a home that is both inviting and luxurious and also equally suitable for relaxing and entertaining. Max’s apartment is in an iconic Melbourne building on the famous tree-lined boulevard of St Kilda Road. Originally two apartments, the space has been recreated into a luxurious penthouse, providing 180 degree views over Melbourne and Port Philip Bay beyond.

    The client owns an extensive art collection and this was our starting point for the design concept. HBA Melbourne designers set out to create a neutral and elegant backdrop for the client’s diverse collection of art and artefacts. Silk wall panelling, luxurious marbles, custom detailing and designer furniture pieces contributed to the elegantly curated home.

    Concept Blue


    Inspired by Max Moar’s love of the Art Deco era, the Concept Blue apartments heralded Lustig & Moar/Macquarie Bank partnership’s first introduction to the residential market. This was an immediate success.

    In collaboration with heritage groups and local authorities, they transformed the old Russell Street Police Headquarters into stylish one, two and three bedroom dwellings with unique art deco features. With a striking modern tower rising up from behind the art deco building, and adjoining loft style apartments, this project delivered to Melbourne unrivalled quality and design a bold move away from the inner city trend towards formula configured apartments.

    Lucient – Apartment 1002


    Apartment 1002 was a custom-designed display suite for potential buyers within the Lucient development. The apartment offered a range of selected finishes.

    Lucient was the first development in Australia to introduce ‘winter garden’ spaces that maximised outdoor and indoor living space all year round. Each spacious apartment included Miele appliances and Italian imported Poliform designed kitchens, vanities & robes.

    Lucient Penthouse


    A premium quality penthouse within Lucient that featured an international modern design. All furniture, fittings, appliances, equipment and upholstery was sourced from around the world.

    This penthouse suite encompassed views of the Royal Botanical Gardens and down St Kilda Road, one of Melbourne’s most prestigious boulevards.

    The Lucient project showcased interior designs by Heitz-Parsons-Sadek architect and director, David Parsons, who has had a long and illustrious relationship with Lustig & Moar.

    Private Residence – Bangkok


    A luxury penthouse within the heart of Bangkok, Thailand.

    This suite’s modern international interiors featured Asian art walls cladded in Australian eucalyptus paneling with sections of Hawaiian mother of pearl. Superior finishes and furnishings throughout.

    Private Residence – Toorak


    A double-level luxury penthouse in the quiet, leafy street of Lansell Road, Toorak in Melbourne.

    Key elements of this suite are the French art deco inspired interiors, artwork, furniture and features.

    Park Hyatt Melbourne


    Melbourne’s most prestigious hotel since opening in 1999, the Park Hyatt has escalated luxury to inspiring new levels. Working in conjunction with The Buchan Group, Lustig & Moar set an inspiring new benchmark in the hospitality and development industries with the pure indulgence of features such as marble floors, timber inlays, rich fabrics and beautifully appointed rooms.

    Grand Hyatt Melbourne


    Lustig & Moar changed the face of Melbourne architecture in 1985 with the launch of the art deco-inspired Grand Hyatt Hotel. For the first time, Australia had a truly international five-star hotel built to world class standards. The ongoing success of the Grand Hyatt Hotel is testimony to Lustig & Moar’s vision and ability to create prestigious developments that stand the test of time.

    Grand Hyatt Hong Kong


    Positioned among the finest hotels in the world and with magnificent views of renowned Victoria Harbour, the Grand Hyatt Hong Kong redefined hotel luxury.  Included in this development was the 600 room Grand Hyatt Hotel and the 900 room New World Hotel, as well as the largest convention centre in Asia seating 5000 guests.

    A Lustig & Moar concept design, the Grand Hyatt Hong Kong still remains a jewel in the crown of the Hyatt chain.

    Chatswood Chase


    Chatswood Chase, Chatswood NSW. This retail complex of original design was completed in 1983. Comprising a nine level car park for 2,200 cars with three levels of retail space and a total lettable area of 52,000 square metres including David Jones Department Store, K Mart Discount Store, Coles Supermarket and 150 retail shops.

    Treasury Gardens Apartments


    Adjacent to the Park Hyatt Hotel Melbourne on St Andrew’s Place and within a short walk to the Fitzroy Gardens, the Treasury Gardens Apartments comprised 48 luxury suites.

    Designed by lead architect, David Cole from The Buchan Group, these apartments were built using the company’s vast accumulated knowledge  of over 20 years’ experience in 5 star hotel developments.

    Austral House


    Originally built in 1925 on Collins Street in the Melbourne CBD, this entire building underwent a complete internal restoration.

    An office space designed for luxury. The most recent renovations included an entire refurbishment and refitting of the Lustig & Moar offices.

    GPO Sydney


    No. 1 Martin Place was the redevelopment of the historic Sydney General Post Office precinct. The Lustig & Moar Group in conjunction with The Buchan Group gave the site a spectacular transformation.

    The careful blend of old and new was central to the architectural design of the project, with the two modern towers providing a dramatic backdrop to the heritage building.

    The Lustig & Moar Group won the tender but subsequently sold the project, design and plans to The Grollo Group who ultimately developed the site.

    90 Collins St


    Developed in the late 1980’s, 90 Collins Street is an “A” grade commercial office building located at the Paris end of Collins Street, Melbourne and was design by Daryl Jackson Architects.

    The tower consists of twenty-one office floors behind the facade of the historic building that was originally housed on the site and retained as part of the development.