Designed by Six Degrees Architects, this Fairfield apartment building is the second in a long line of sustainable, architect-led housing developments.
A Melbourne council has approved a major residential development comprising seven apartment buildings to be delivered under the Nightingale Model.
Two proposed Nightingale housing developments will proceed after both were approved.
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.”
A group of local residents is challenging a council decision to approve the Nightingale 2.0 apartment development designed by Six Degrees Architects.
The City of Darebin has voted to support the the second Nightingale apartment development designed by Six Degrees Architects.
Naomi Stead takes a detailed look at the Nightingale housing model, which breaks all the rules about what people (supposedly) want in apartments.
A second apartment development in the Nightingale model has been submitted for planning approval.
The Breathe Architecture-designed Nightingale apartment development in Brunswick has once again been unanimoulsy approved by Moreland City Council.
The architect-led Brunswick apartment development Nightingale is facing a new objection from the owner of the neighbouring property.
The president of the Victorian Planning and Environment Law Association has blamed media for “heightening confusion” over a recent VCAT ruling.
Planning permit for Breathe Architecture’s sustainable apartment development has been revoked due to lack of car parking.
Video: Jeremy McLeod of Breathe Architecture explains the ethos and processes behind The Commons and The Nightingale.
A building of affordable apartments that follows a unique, architect-driven development model given the go-ahead by council.