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Another render by @n_machine of our latest Coogee apartment design, recently approved by Randwick Council. With a distinctive nod to the art deco tradition so defining of the suburb’s architectural history, this building seeks to harmonise the curved forms of the deco tradition without sacrificing the ideal orientation and viewpoints of each apartment.⁠

Internally, cleanly dividing the service areas from the bedrooms and living spaces means the entertaining and personal areas can take in views towards Coogee and benefit from maximum natural daylight. With extra height to play with, we have also had the luxury of increasing the floor-to-floor space to greater than a standard apartment.⁠



MHNDU Team: Michael Waterman and Stefanie Li⁠
Images: @n_machine⁠
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Introducing 158 Brook Street Coogee, a multi-residential project recently approved by Randwick Council. Taking cues from the art deco architecture of the area, we have drawn upon a materiality palette of dry-pressed red brick, concrete and a burgundy red metal framing for windows. Bold, arched forms present to the street, juxtaposing the curved deco shape with rectilinear balcony spaces. The facade thus acts as a representation of the building’s overall design interplay between meeting the practical needs of today’s modern lifestyles and aesthetically referencing the architectural traditions which give the wider suburb character.⁠

MHNDU Team: Michael Waterman and Stefanie Li⁠
Images: @n_machine⁠
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