Corner of Lothian Street and Little Lothian Street
This project sits on a sloping site and benefits from three broad street frontages. 20 large townhouses of varying sizes, each with an individual frontage, were adopted in an urban design pattern reminiscent of early Melbourne terrace housing. Vehicular access to the site is enabled via an internal laneway, which creates a large void between the two rows of residences to allow for light penetration and cross ventilation. Open plan living spaces are located on the second floor with direct access to wide balconies. All residences are provided with a large roof terrace. The saw-tooth roof form references the surrounding buildings as well as providing exposure to the northern sun and natural ventilation.