Located on Warrigal Road, Camberwell, with views and connection to Cooper reserve at the rear, these generous homes are a great example of medium-density housing. Consisting of nine 2-storey homes with secure basement parking and ranging from a 70-80 m2 footprint, these cleverly compact dwellings do not fall short of amenity. There are a variety of dwelling types and sizes designed to appeal to young families and downsizers looking for a low-maintenance yet comfortable home. Consisting of 3 and 4-bedroom dwellings, all with individual double garages and multi-purpose rooms in the basement. The street-facing dwellings all have private entries, while the rear dwellings have private access via a landscaped secure and safe internal pedestrian pathway.
Planning, Architecture & Interior Design
Situated on two consolidated lots, the design achieves great efficiency and amenity. This is achieved by providing car parking in a basement via a shared ramp. Arranged in 4 separate clusters, the homes are provided with quality natural light with views of the reserve at the rear or the golf course across the road.
The exterior and interior finishes palette of this building is carefully considered with the intent to achieve a sophisticated, simple yet timeless design. Pairing textured brickwork with the crispness of the metal cladding provides a nice juxtaposition to the facade, responding to the older brick homes, allowing the development to sit comfortably within its context.
The terraces are designed to achieve maximum amenity and liveability on a small footprint. All dwellings are provided with a bedroom on the ground floor, ensuring inclusion and accessibility. The shared pedestrian path allows future residents to comfortably and safely access their homes. Softened through raised planters, this central walkway becomes a unique feature of the dwellings, providing an opportunity for interaction and connection with neighbours.