9 Sandy Bay Road Planning


Moda focus on tailoring impeccable living environments in locations that demand genuine architectural merit. Hobart is one such location and
9 Sandy Bay Road, with a mix of two, three and four bedroom residences, is currently in Planning Application Phase.

Contributing to Hobart’s reputation of design excellence
9 Sandy Bay Road aims to add another page to the progressive design culture of Tasmania. Developer Moda, along with the local architecture team at Room 11, are genuinely motivated to contribute to Hobart’s emerging reputation as a centre of design excellence. Highly considered from every angle and meticulously detailed throughout, it aims to set a new standard in medium density living in Tasmania.
Tailoring impeccable living environments
It will be a building of outstanding architectural merit. Robust, earthy materials such as brass piping, folded metal staircases and off-form concrete will combine to create a finely detailed material palette and an overall building of a quality rarely seen. Highly finessed and precisely detailed, these characteristics will carry through to the interiors to create genuinely noteworthy homes.
Local team, international reputation
Room 11 has a reputation for creating exquisite and specific architecture in Tasmania. They are the first Australian architecture firm to be selected to exhibit at the International Architecture Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia, and their groundbreaking work has been published and awarded nationally and internationally. Influenced by superlative Tasmanian landscape typifies their work, with much of it viewed by industry professionals and keen observers as culturally significant.

An esteemed address

9 Sandy Bay Road holds an elevated position to the south west of Sullivans Cove. Overlooking St David’s Park, it is only a 4 minute walk down to Salamanca Place and Constitution Wharf. It’s an amazing location with an A-grade outlook which makes us genuinely excited about the opportunity that lies ahead.


Image credits:  Room 11 Gasp Stage 2 – Photographer Ben Hosking
Room 11 D’entrecasteaux House – Photographer Thomas Bailey