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The built form has two components of 4 storeys separated by a break of 4 metres and connected by aerial bridges that are sufficiently setback from McEvoy Street to present as a full height break that visually connects the street and central communal courtyard. The two components are further differentiated through massing and articulation, composition of building elements and material use to provide an individual identity for residents through massing and articulation, composition of building elements and material use. The two components, expressed in a raw and natural palette of materials to reinforce the block corners, creating different characters and scale. Hunter and Young Street facades are articulated as bays and balconies with a vertical rhythm to contrast with the more horizontal emphasis of the McEvoy Street facades. The street walls on McEvoy Street are variously setback to accommodate the existing eucalypts and casurinas on the site and on the street. The buildings will be ringed by the extensively retained existing trees, between 10 and 20 meters in height, which will shield about 70% of the facades from full view and reducing the need to shade the building


Type: Live
Location: 10-20 McEvoy Street, Waterloo
Status: Development Application approved
Year: 2015
Client: Hunter Young Pty Ltd
Number of storeys: 4
Site area: 3,387 sqm
Floor area: 6,774 sqm
Collaborators: Sturt Noble Associates
Digital imagery: David Duloy

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