Ashtown development by McCauley Daye O’Connell Architects



The Ashtown development by McCauley Daye O’Connell Architects proposes to create 200+ residential units comprising of a mixture of apartments and duplexes. The urban design has been arranged to integrate, extend and be part of this new village. The scheme includes a feature apartment complex of 11/12 storey’s with cedar clad upper penthouses have been sculpted to play with the scale of the building creating a variety of spaces and roof terraces.

The focus of the architects is to create quality communal spaces both internally and externally which includes generous courtyard gardens the quality of space is continued to the communal areas in the form of double height entrance lobbies. The ground floor level will include commercial, retail, work-live units and a large crèche.

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