Located just moments away from the heart of Hutt Central, this development places six townhouse dwellings on a prominent corner site. A staggered presence along the street-facing façade ensures the development integrates with the scale of its surroundings and harmonizes with the already established rhythm of the street.
Designed with compact living in mind, the dwellings offer light, modern, and functional internal environments through an efficient use of space.
Being a corner site, the architectural impression is important and naturally draws attention from its direct surroundings. These dwellings add amenity value as a strong architectural focal point, ensuring they are sympathetic with the neighboring built context while retaining their individuality. These beautiful and bold townhouses are intended to play a part in revitalizing the Birch Street neighborhood.
Plaster render, profiled metal, and timber are used in combination to provide external material differentiation. Timber is employed to add a subtle natural grain that wraps the large, raked windows against the façade, adding warmth and softness to the exterior. The expressive roof lines and modulated setout emphasizes the architectural interest; and the floor-to-ceiling windows exaggerate openness, letting a stream of natural light flood the space.