Whitton Lane draws inspiration from the Old Boot Factory and the building seeks to create a new urban context that enhances the area and connects to Norman Lee Place. Exterior and interior materials were selected to bring a warmth and human scale.
The roof top gardens will be a relaxed destination for residents with opportunities for communal and private spaces with seating, covered areas, extensive landscaping, outdoor kitchens and dining tables.
Whitton Lane has been conceived on a foundation of contemporary design and heritage context that gives each apartment a unique signature. The building will deliver a feeling of light and movement with a 360-degree aspect.
There’s a select range of apartment floorplans, including through apartments, end apartments and corner aspects, so that, in combination, the result offers a wide variety of layouts.
All apartments have been designed to make the most of well-sized balcony spaces. The result is connected yet still private indoor and outdoor spaces, that effortlessly extend living spaces with a variety of local and district views.
In every apartment there’s an array of design features that include private entrance, gallery kitchens, covered balconies, fitted robes, timber floors plus extra internal storage.
Utility is enhanced by additional secure basement storage, intelligent recycling/garbage chutes and full external and internal security and a resident only car-share scheme.
The interior concepts offer two colour options and textural plates – dark and light. All joinery elements have been designed to maximise function and allow easy fit with personal furniture; and balconies are finished as comfortable private spaces.