Our second in house development, Somerville delivers the the Scarborough Redevelopment Area vision, providing a mix of accommodation types on this significant corner site – located 350m away from the hustle and bustle of seaside life.
Three Norfolk Island Pines are a landmark and signature of the project externally, whilst interior planning explores 3 principles. Connection to the trees; Access to natural light; Cross ventilation.
West facing balconies shift in plan respecting the canopy of the trees. Privacy screens introduce striations of colour, connecting garden and the sky – a sculpted edge designed by reaching branches.
In contrast to the vibrant and transparent living spaces open to light filtering through the trees; articulation of the south façade is heavy and textured (to moderate traffic noise/lights) – timber battens fold to address the corner and provide a clear identity over the entry.
Bill Golding, Graduate of Architecture
David Hartree, Design Architect
Sammuel Arellano, International Graduate of Architecture
Advanced Fire Engineering, Fire Safety Consultant
Ashton Associates, Quantity Surveyor
CAPA, Landscape Consultant
Element WA, Town Planner
Hegney Consulting Engineers, Electrical Consultant
Kohler Design, Interior Designer
Marocchi Engineering Group, Structural Engineer
ND Engineering, Acoustic Consultant
ND Engineering, Services Consultant
RMT Hydraulics, Hydraulic Consultant
Today’s Building Services, Building Surveyor