In his capacity as development director for Kalex Projects, Liam Wallis worked with Kyp Bosci and the project team to create 19 townhouses.
The project produced a benchmark display space and marketing campaign culminating in the display receiving a nomination for an Australian Interior Design Award. The project has been widely referenced by a new breed of inner northern developers focussed on design and the end user.
This project collaboration resulted in the development of a bespoke Cantilever kitchen and BBQ unit developed with Urban Commons and Tait outdoor furniture called Tilt. Tilt is now a product in the Tait outdoor furniture range and is testament to HIP V. HYPE's practice of deep collaboration.
59 Park Street, Abbotsford VIC 3067
Jackson Clements Burrows
Studio Hi Ho
Photographs by Tess Kelly
Tilt by Urban Commons Photography by Haydn Cattach
Display Suite Photography by Scotty Cameron
The project was designed to achieve a benchmark energy efficiency performance of 10% above building code requirements. Robust, locally sourced materials will ensure this project has enduring qualities that will develop character overtime and contribute to an enriched streetscape for Abbotsford.