Step inside A’Beckett Tower and into a world inspired by the covert existence of Maxwell Smart and Agent 99. The interiors of A’Beckett Tower’s apartments embrace the anonymity of city life, allowing you to choose your own adventure. From the moment you enter the lobby, and your eyes register the art by Daniel Crooks and John Warwicker, you realise this is not your typical inner-city apartment complex. Compared to the building’s exterior, the apartments black and white palette is devoid of colour – but is everything as it seems? Like the life of the spy, you should always expect the unexpected, and these apartments, where drawers open to reveal splashes of candy red and hands poke out from the wall ready to hold your coat, are definitely unexpected. Operable sliding walls give you options to customise your space – close them to keep the bedrooms and living areas distinct, or keep them open to increase the living area with one master bedroom. Opaque glass and mirrors retain privacy while playing on shadow and light. The apartments also feature balconies, the perfect spot for your telescope, we’re thinking J.G. Ballard’s 60 Minute Zoom. From inside or out, A’Beckett Tower is cinematic architecture, giving you the chance to star in your own production.