Tag: Nightingale

Nightingale 2.0 by Six Degrees Architects and Hip V. Hype.
News | Editorial Desk AAU | 10 Sep 2019

Second apartment development joins Nightingale family

Designed by Six Degrees Architects, this Fairfield apartment building is the second in a long line of sustainable, architect-led housing developments.

Nightingale Village at 1-3 Duckett Street by Breathe Architecture.
News | Patrick Hunn | 27 Feb 2019

Nightingale Village, designed by seven Melbourne practices, secures approval

A Melbourne council has approved a major residential development comprising seven apartment buildings to be delivered under the Nightingale Model.

Nightingale 2.0 designed by Six Degrees Architects.
News | Linda Cheng | 8 Feb 2017

Car-free apartments prevail: Two Nightingale developments approved

Two proposed Nightingale housing developments will proceed after both were approved.

Nightingale 3.0 designs unveiled
News | Editorial Desk AAU | 16 Sep 2016

Nightingale 3.0 designs unveiled

The Austin Maynard Architects-designed Nightingale 3.0 development on Sydney Road in Melbourne’s Brunswick is a “love letter to Brunswick’s eclectic heritage.”

The proposed Nightingale 2.0 apartment development in Fairfield designed by Six Degrees Architects.
News | Linda Cheng | 29 Jun 2016

Nightingale 2.0 faces VCAT challenge

A group of local residents is challenging a council decision to approve the Nightingale 2.0 apartment development designed by Six Degrees Architects.

The proposed Nightingale 2.0 apartment development in Fairfield designed by Six Degrees Architects.
News | Linda Cheng | 25 May 2016

Nightingale 2.0 passes through council

The City of Darebin has voted to support the the second Nightingale apartment development designed by Six Degrees Architects.

Nightingale 1.0 by Breathe Architecture.
Discourse | Naomi Stead | 27 Apr 2016

Affordable, sustainable, high quality urban housing? It’s not an impossible dream

Naomi Stead takes a detailed look at the Nightingale housing model, which breaks all the rules about what people (supposedly) want in apartments.

The proposed Nightingale 2.0 apartment development in Fairfield designed by Six Degrees Architects.
News | Linda Cheng | 8 Mar 2016

Nightingale unveils new project

A second apartment development in the Nightingale model has been submitted for planning approval.

The proposed Nightingale apartment development in Brunswick designed by Breathe Architecture.
News | Linda Cheng | 25 Feb 2016

Nightingale clears planning hurdle, again

The Breathe Architecture-designed Nightingale apartment development in Brunswick has once again been unanimoulsy approved by Moreland City Council.

The Nightingale apartment development in Brunswick designed by Breathe Architecture.
News | Linda Cheng | 4 Feb 2016

Nightingale faces fresh challenge

The architect-led Brunswick apartment development Nightingale is facing a new objection from the owner of the neighbouring property.

VCAT revoked the planning permit for The Nightingale designed by Breathe Architecture  due to a lack of car parking.
News | Linda Cheng | 18 Nov 2015

Planners call for car parking reform following shock Nightingale VCAT decision

The president of the Victorian Planning and Environment Law Association has blamed media for “heightening confusion” over a recent VCAT ruling.

Planning permit for The Nightingale designed by Breathe Architecture has been revoked by VCAT due to a lack of car parking.
News | Linda Cheng | 26 Oct 2015

Nightingale rejected by tribunal that’s ‘losing the plot’

Planning permit for Breathe Architecture’s sustainable apartment development has been revoked due to lack of car parking.

The Commons by Breathe Architecture.
News | Linda Cheng | 17 Jun 2015

Jeremy McLeod’s “triple bottom-line” solution for Australia’s broken housing model

Video: Jeremy McLeod of Breathe Architecture explains the ethos and processes behind The Commons and The Nightingale.

The proposed Nightingale development, designed by Breathe Architecture.
News | Linda Cheng | 3 Mar 2015

The Nightingale takes flight: Architect-funded apartment development approved

A building of affordable apartments that follows a unique, architect-driven development model given the go-ahead by council.