Composition and context

The composition of materials on the exterior of Fitzroy Ltd has been inspired by its immediate urban context.

At its base, bluestone wraps around the building and provides a threshold for the ground floor residences. In the first levels above, textured brickwork articulates a sense of movement in the façade and provides a more relatable scale against neighbouring brick houses. At the more elevated levels, the materiality of the façade transitions to an industrial language, with a metallic edge unifying the building as it sets back from Gore Street.

The lobby entry

The lobby of Fitzroy Ltd connects the cool, industrial tones of the building’s exterior with the warmth of the residences found within, using a carefully considered blend of materials and textures in a seamless transition.

The design of this space has been crafted to provide a welcoming space for residents and visitors which sets the tone for the sophisticated residences beyond.

At home on a tree-lined street

The architectural response by Hayball has been to create a building that sits gracefully within its established tree-lined streetscape, while also creating a series of contemporary homes inside with careful attention paid to light, space and materials.

An internal courtyard, a rooftop garden and a finely crafted lobby offer a sense of private community for residents, with individual terraces providing private outdoor living spaces with impressive city and neighbourhood views.

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