16 Blyth Street
Altona, VIC, Australia
16 Blyth Street by Mancini Made is a truly unique project that has played a significant part in redefining the architectural landscape of the residential suburb of Altona in Victoria.
Mancini Made planned, designed and built these matching ultracontemporary townhouses set side-by-side on a tight 12.95m frontage.
A minimalist white external aesthetic paired with strategically placed outdoor lighting ensures that the home truly stands out on this quiet residential street. The landscape architecture at the front of the home has created a grandiose entry way that welcomes visitors into the space.
Mancini Made used minimalist architectural design coupled with extremely high-end detail and finishes to create a serene residential home for a family to live in.
Special features of this project include minimal flat roofing with mechanical louvres to the north façade, a 2.5 wide pivot front door and seamless garage doors camouflaged into the front façade.
Internal design features include American oak floors, a Calcutta marble kitchen, a double height void and laser cut screens, all beautifully finished and furnished.
The design accommodates both north and south facing living spaces and a shared crossover in order to maximise the buildings exposure to natural light at all times of the day.
The American oak floating staircase is a stand out design feature that leads occupants onto a beautifully designed walkway on the second floor. The minimalist internal aesthetic matches the contemporary interiors of the home.
Ultimately Mancini Made have planned, designed and built a residential home that’s a true joy to live in and has set a new standard of modern living in the Victorian suburb of Altona.
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