2018 National Architecture Awards: National Commendation for Residential Architecture – Multiple Housing

Campbell Street by DKO Architecture and SLAB Residential Architecture – Multiple Housing: National Commendation Australian Institute of Architects

Jury citation

Campbell Street cleverly configures a small allotment in Collingwood into two light-filled, three-bedroom vertical dwellings with footprint dimensions of four metres in width and nine metres in length. Each six-level apartment features a basement, a ground-floor garage and a rooftop terrace, plus a light well spanning the height of the property that illuminates each home. The development drew inspiration from residential housing typologies in densely populated international cities, where buildings often take up the entire site footprint or are built to the boundaries. The jury was taken with the clear efficiency in detail planning and resolution of the internal fitout and built external fabric.

Credits

Architect
DKO architecture
Melbourne, Vic, Australia
Project Team
Jesse Linardi (design director), Seada Linardi (designer), Michael Drescher (director, interior design), Laura Saunders (senior interior designer), Keen Tham (project architect)
Architect
SLAB
Consultants
AV consultant Carlton Audio Visual
Builder Milieu Built
Building surveyor Nelson McDermott
Civil and structural engineer Struct Plan
Developer Milieu Property
ESD consultant GIW Environmental Solutions
Facade consultant Euting
Joinery consultant Cobram Kitchens and Cabinets
Land surveyor TGM Group Melbourne
Lighting consultant Sphera Lighting
Pool consultant Laguna Pools
Site Details
Location Melbourne,  Vic,  Australia
Site type Urban
Project Details
Status Built
Category Residential
Type Apartments, Multi-residential
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