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2014 Build

On a tight, inner-city infill site, Basset + Lobaza Architects designed three 3-story townhouses “to set a new standard in central Footscray”.

Each townhouse features an individual street identity with internal living and bedroom spaces opening onto private north-facing courtyard gardens and balconies.

With limited access due to the building envelope on all four sides, construction presented many challenges, such as the necessity of scaffolding over a neighbour’s roof.

The project however, was successfully completed in 10 months – with our client giving us the ultimate accolade:

“We would use Mancini Made again in a heartbeat.”

 

SERVICE
– Build

LOCATION
– Footscray, Melbourne

ARCHITECT
– Basset + Lobaza Architects