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77-79 Grey St, St Kilda

This double storey Victorian house was restored and a contemporary addition at the rear was added which include 34 self-contained accommodation units. This new 3 storey brick building to the rear with a pitched roof (with flat roof top section) matches that of existing dwelling on the site. The rear addition is linked to the existing structure with a glazed connecting section that clearly marks the separation from a heritage structure to a modern day building.


 
 

27 Grey St, St Kilda

Restoration of large double storey Edwardian house including the development of 19 fully contained bedsitter units to the rear. The additions were designed to preserve intact heritage character of the area with the premises is used by St Kilda Community Housing Ltd to house disadvantage persons.


 
 

Sporting pavilion
89-91 Field St, Clifton Hill

Single Storey sporting pavilion. The pavilion has been designed to complement the federation colours found in the neighbouring areas. While the proposal represents a contemporary form of development, the use of the brick work ensures that the pavilion is in keeping with the character of its surrounds.


 

 

Fire Station
425 Williamstown Road, Port Melbourne

Development of a new appliance bay at the rear of the Port Melbourne Fire Station. The development is respectful of the heritage character of the existing fire station however is a clearly distinguishable contemporary addition.


 
 

Fire Station
Droop Street, Footscray

Development of a new appliance bay located towards the rear of the Footscray Fire Station.


 
 

Quan Minh Buddhist Temple
18 Burke Street, Braybrook

This development consisted of a new Buddhist Temple including nuns and monks residencies, car park, landscaping and Buddhist statue. Urbanedge assisted with the expansion of the temple site to include a primary school facility as an integrated element of the services provided to the local community.