The dual occupancy sits on a corner block, and is intended to create maximum separation and privacy between the two new dwellings. Each dwelling has a separate driveway and entrance placed on opposite frontages of the corner block. At the same time, the language of the building reads as one to avoid conflicting aesthetics of the adjoining dwellings.
Each dwelling has north orientation to living areas, with a unique ground floor layout to each in response to their unique siting. The upper level of each dwelling is identical to create ease of construction, and consistency of scale of the built form. Each dwelling has a generous front yard, and private rear yards and courtyards.
The dwellings uses strong brick blades for the double storey elements, with feature timber clad walls between the blades to soften the form of the building. The lower level elements are clad in dark lightweight cladding.