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Each dwelling is recognisable from the street, and no two are the same.
The varied housing types of Fairfield are distilled and brought together into a unified composition to reflect the diverse needs of contemporary life and family. Designed for longevity, a palette of robust and honest materials draws inspiration from Fairfield’s rich industrial history.
No.71 Station St is contemporary and minimal, celebrating materials that are authentic and tactile. Balanced textures of concrete, stone and timber create a continuous connection between open-plan living spaces and expansive gardens or balconies.
Materials have been selected to age gracefully, intertwined with greenery to achieve harmony. The experience of living here is to be at home. Cheah Saw Architecture has created an inviting communal entrance, where residents walk through a wrought iron gate, along a laneway edged with greenery and into an intimate, secluded oasis planted with trees.
Located close to Fairfield’s train station and commercial hub, No.71 Station St balances effortless, contemporary living with the tranquillity of a suburb full of parklands and green spaces.