44 Greeves Street merges modern design with the traditional character of Fitzroy. The 44 Greeves Street site was developed as a micro-community addressing housing affordability for singles in this market sector. Drawing upon an exploration of indeterminacy present in postmodern thinking about urban space, 44 Greeves Street reflects upon this condition by acknowledging its function as part of the broader neighbourhood amenity, rather than just presenting itself as isolated blocks within suburbia.
These seven townhouses have incorporated panther downlight fixtures to give each one its own personal flair, as well as 25%, saved energy. A sleek design aesthetic and construction bringing new life to this mature inner-city suburb make for a bold, innovative project not to be missed.