KM Develop creates boutique residential spaces that set a benchmark for quality urban living in well-developed neighbourhoods. Our residences are more than just attractive properties to live in — they are communities of people, places of rest and retreat, and spaces to create memories. We think about comfort, about the space, about the floorplan and the quality of living.
We think about who your neighbours will be, the nearby parks and cafes you can walk to, and the everyday amenity that makes living better.
Ewert Leaf is a dynamic, multi-disciplinary design firm with experience in all aspects of architecture, interiors, urban design and landscape design. The firm, which was established in 2009, is distinguished by its creative yet commercial approach to design. Ewert Leaf has achieved great industry success – including being named winner of the Melbourne Design Awards 2014. Recent projects include Pelham, Central Park and Gramercy.
Managing director Will Leaf is known for his ability to develop commercially viable design solutions for complex projects. As a registered architect with a bachelor degree in both Architecture and Property, Will understands the commercial reality of developer driven projects. Working in close collaboration with KM and John Patrick, Chapter represents Ewert Leaf’s commitment to bringing a new calibre of quality to Ashburton.
John Patrick Landscape Architects conducts a broad range of landscape design and management projects, covering everything from heritage sites, to park master plans and residential projects. Headed by John Patrick himself, the firm conducts work both nationally and internationally. Projects include management plans for Canberra’s Old Parliament House and Flemington Racecourse as well as a number of premium multi-residential projects throughout Melbourne.
A renowned industry pioneer, Patrick’s impressive career has seen him presenting on ABC’s television series Gardening Australia, writing for Vogue Living and the Australian Garden Journal and lecturing in UK, Australia and New Zealand. He has also written thirteen books on gardening; shaping and informing Australia’s understanding of the world of landscape design.