You'll have a ring-side seat to the best of Bowden, with Plant 4 and the IGA only a minute's walk away. Catch a train, and you’re in the city in 7 minutes, with the new Adelaide Oval, University campuses, eat streets, art, cinema, café’s, and the best of shopping. And if you’d like to escape for a mini-break, the airport is only 8kms from your front door.
Head West from Bowden, and you’ll meet the shoreline of our stunning coast, and all the atmosphere of relaxed beachside activities. Take a car to any one of our world class destinations – wine country is never further than an hour away to the North, East, and South, and no matter where you go – metro or regional – you’ll find a food artisan. We are all about the best locally produced food and fine wine. Eat out, or bring it home to prepare yourself.
The design of The Artisan draws on the aesthetic of industrial materials, performed in an up-market and contemporary composition.The apartments feature a range of internal materials and finishes with a strong focus on texture, light, and constructability.
- Morry Canala, Development Manager, Hindmarsh
'We’re really excited to officially launch The Artisan and build another high quality apartment project in Bowden, which continues to shape as a fantastic place to live on the fringe of the Adelaide CBD.'
The production of household goods was taken out of private homes and away from individual crafting, and into the commercial domain of machinery and mass production. Bowden’s first settlers had a vision for their new community – to contribute to the fabric of the State by mass creating the goods and chattels of a modern life. By 1900, the village hosted a Candle Works, Steam Flour Mill, Clay and Brickworks, Gas Works, Tannery and Boot Factory, Bottle Company and Glass Works, and Clipsal Industries. The factories, some of which still stand today, were stark, pragmatic and distinctive - punching geometrically into the skyline.
The site of the original Gasworks and Clipsal Industries is now home to a vibrant and growing community with a new spirit – connected by the rich character and personality of its colourful history, and the drive to live creatively. Bowden has left behind its industrial past to find a new artisanal sensibility re-emerging in its wake – a return to the crafters, designers, artisans, re-cyclers, up-cyclers and hand-makers of pre-industry.
- Francesco Bonato, Director, Tectvs Architects
'In some ways we're reflecting on the past of Bowden through the building - so things well done, well thought out, inventive, clever. Simple, but beautiful. '
- Jono Kaitatsis, Owner, Bowden Plant 4 & IGA
''What I love about Bowden is the sense of community''