Marshall Avenue Kew by contains 6 flats over three levels plus basement. We can describe this project as an urban renewal, thereby replacing six lower house; the project having the possibility to redress the deficiencies of previous development. It includes a special opportunity to respond to climatic conditions by adopting modern construction technologies.
The ground floor is divided into two living areas, separated by a central core accommodating private lift, laundry room and powder.
A flow between living areas provide visual access and connectivity between garden and backyard. Expanded glass offers a good balance of natural light throughout the day. Parking and storage space are provided in the basement for each home, while sleeping rooms are on second floor where natural light is captured by windows and sliding door panels, which provides access to balconies private. The attic is fitted with roof windows , with bathrooms and corridors of natural light during the day also. Homes range in size from 216 to 230 square feet on three levels. The exterior walls are thermally insulated, the all windows are double in order to ensure acoustic privacy within the home.