Un-built: Cheltenham Townhouses

Mar 10, 2010
  • Article by Online Editor
  • Designer
  • Architect Groove Architecture

A group of townhouses designed by Groove Architecture principal, Adrian Bonomi. The efficient planing and use of traditional materials in interesting ways has produced unique home designs for two families.

Drawing on the Australian post-war vernacular of small, affordable and easily built bungalows, the townhouses adapts a familiar typology to suit contemporary living expectations. The houses have textured surfaces contrasting with smooth panels of fibre cement cladding, adding surprising variations to the exterior.

Currently in town planning stage.

*Team* Architect: Adrian Bonomi

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