Global Vision

EcoWorld International is a public listed company featuring projects in the United Kingdom which comprises of three developments in London strategically located along the bank of the River Thames, offering good connectivity to public transportation and community amenities.

London City Island is an island-style residential neighbourhood on the Leamouth Peninsula near Canary Wharf, London. It is also designed as an arts and cultural destination, anchored by presence of the English National Ballet which has chosen to make it their new home. Wardian London, which is conveniently located next to Canary Wharf, features modern architecture with innovative landscaping offering a sense of escape whilst remaining connected to the thriving city. Embassy Gardens, located in the heart of Nine Elms emphasises on design and engineering craftsmanship with its “floating” transparent Sky Pool. It is slated to be London’s new diplomatic precinct.

In Australia, EcoWorld International’s maiden project of West Village, Parramatta is located approximately 24 kilometres west of Sydney’s main central business district (CBD). West Village offers views of Sydney’s CBD and Blue Mountains and is well-connected via transportation links. Parramatta is emerging as the second CBD within the Sydney metropolitan area. The company’s second project in Australia – Yarra One is located in South Yarra, a suburb of Melbourne that houses some of the city’s most prestigious residential addresses. Designed by the award-winning Fender Katsalidis Architects, Yarra One promises to bring a breath of fresh air to the neighbourhood.

Embassy Gardens London by EcoWorld
Embassy Gardens London by EcoWorld
West Village Sydney by EcoWorld

Shaping Australia

Based in Melbourne but working across Australia and internationally, the work of Fender Katsalidis has a unified thread: an intense exploration of the spirit of each place where the studio works, and how its architects can understand, enhance and invigorate those qualities. Recent projects include Australia’s tallest building, Eureka Tower, in Melbourne and the cultural icon, MONA, in Hobart.

Eureka Tower Melbourne