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Nightingale 2.0 Apartments Melbourne
Residential Building Project in Victoria, Australia property design by Six Degrees Architects
29 Oct 2019
Nightingale 2.0 Apartments
Architects: Six Degrees
Location: Fairfield, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Photos: Tess Kelly
Following on from The Commons and Nightingale 1.0, by Breathe Architecture, Six Degrees is currently working on Nightingale 2.0 Apartments. This project is adjacent to Fairfield railway station.
The development in Fairfield is based on the Nightingale model for triple bottom line developments. Apartments that are environmentally, socially and financially sustainable. The ultimate goal of the Nightingale project is to provide quality urban housing at an affordable price by simplifying both the development process and the building itself.
Nightingale 2.0 Apartments, Melbourne – Building Information
Architect: Six Degrees
Project size: 500
Completion date: 2019
Building levels: 5
Nightingale 2.0, designed by Six Degrees Architects and delivered in collaboration between HIP V. HYPE and Six Degrees Architects in accordance with the Nightingale Housing Values.
Photography © Tess Kelly.
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