Assemble Roseneath St
Never Too Small • 7m 0s
"With a focus on sustainability, quality and fostering a strong sense of community, 122 Roseneath St is a project designed around flexible, shared spaces including a multi-purpose communal room, a bike workshop/laundry and an open terrace with a barbeque area and herb gardens. This 55m2 apartment has been designed for open plan living, with the kitchen located on a side wall to allow flexibility in furniture placement and a cleverly designed small study space behind the bedroom. The main feature is a flexible interior sliding door which increases the available light and volume when open, but when closed separates the bedroom and study from the living area for extra privacy and flexibility.
122 Roseneath St is a collaboration between Fieldwork Projects and like-minded developers Assemble Communities, Wuff Projects and Icon Developments."
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