Wilton Avenue Newcombe

Wilton Avenue Newcombe

Planning and Design Development Stages

Wilton Avenue

Dual-occupancy two bedroom single level Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) residences with pronounced dwelling entry in regional Victoria close to services and town centre. Designed to provide accommodation for shared or individual High Physical SDA participants with ability for carers, with consideration for circulation, access and egress, and support requirements. Design commitment facilitates improved integration of independent living for those with disabilities within the community.

Located in the context of stand-alone single level period residences, design aesthetics consideration encompasses the material typology noticeable throughout the area and prominent along the adjoining properties and streets. The architecture focuses on a gentle and considered coordination of building mass and architectural typologies to complement the surrounding character and amenities.

Residences feature modernist and minimal design integrating traditional house design with aesthetic material influences taken from and visible throughout the existing neighbourhood character. Aesthetic materials of light toned bricks and timber panelling promote the built form have been utilised. Desaturated colour trimmings through a conservative colour palette and low or no front fence to street boundaries creates an open and welcoming dwelling. Traditional residential finishes alongside tactile materials are utilised to create a contemporary design and linkage of period material in a 21st century proposal.

Renders by: CBG

Exterior – street view

Exterior – street view

TRADITIONAL RESIDENTIAL FINISHES ALONGSIDE TACTILE MATERIALS ARE UTILISED TO CREATE A CONTEMPORARY DESIGN

Exterior – rear yard

Exterior – rear yard