Located on an angled corner block in the inner north, nine new townhouses are created on the site. Each townhouse is a double storey dwelling accessed from the ground level. The client's key brief requirement was to create an angled facade in reference to the angled site boundary and to create interest in the built form.
The facade line angles in and out as it wraps around corners, and an angled parapet is introduced in elevation. Windows are given deep reveals to create depth to the facade. Irregular shaped balconies emerge when the line of the facade breaks into two, effectively creating functional spaces between the angled, moving planes.
The facade is given a crisp white finish and constructed from horizontally grooved lightweight panels. Recessed components of the facade are finished in black to further highlight the facade articulation.
This project was commissioned by the A Plus Group, with project delivery and design resolution assistance by Thursday Architecture.