Lt Hardiman Lofts - Townhouses
LT Hardiman Lofts Comprises of Residences Founded on Sophistication, and Usability.
- 4.1 Kilometers from Melbourne CBD
- 2 Minute Walk to Macaulay Street Shops, Cafes & Restaurants
- 700 Meters from Racecourse Road Shopping Strip
- 2-5 Minute Walk to Macaulay & Kensington Train Stations
*Secure Car Parking *Communal Garden Space *Storage
Lt Hardiman Lofts’ mixed offering aims to cater to couples, young families, professionals and downsizers alike, who seek to enjoy the convenience of an inner-city realm. Offerings are mixed to different buyers, featuring residences with an office, or apartments with three bedrooms. Consistent in all residences are the generous ceilings, higher in comparison of standard apartment developments – creating a great sense of volume and dimension. Usability is seen in all spaces, starting with the kitchen, which features cleverly crafted perforated walls to make up flexible storage or display areas.
Townhouses on Macaulay Rd can be accessed via steps through framed brick archways, introducing a dynamic energy to the streetscape.
Created in honour of the area’s historical lineage, the residences introduce new opportunities to one of Melbourne’s liveliest and most exciting suburbs. The design process commenced with reviewing the context of the original site – an old brick warehouse, similar to those surrounding it. The idea of a New York-style loft residence and Kensington’s industrial past came together during preliminary discussions
The lower form of the building is crafted with brick, honouring the site’s past while inviting the future through present and relevant design. A primary facade is formed through arched brickwork motifs. Beyond it, seamlessly, is an atrium with expertly composed landscape design.
At ground level is a communal arrangement of landscaped gardens. Seating is dotted throughout the palette of native plants and water features, creating the perfect space to catch up with friends or to relax. Maple trees and climber plants form the verdant space, which extends to the top of the building, serving as a grand opening providing natural light to residences