Fitzroy Lane House by Kennedy Nolan

Fitzroy Lane House by Kennedy Nolan

Its modern architecture uses a tight, vertical composition to make the most of what little space is available in its urban setting.

The beauty of urban design is often found in how it shatters conceptions. Like a rose growing through concrete, the Fitzroy Lane House by Kennedy Nolan provides an aesthetic that is a stunning departure from the grizzled and gloomy landscape of urban terrain that looks more and more dystopian with each passing glance.
This piece of modern architecture uses a tight, vertical composition to make the most of what little space is available in the densely developed real estate of inner city Melbourne. Its exquisite design brings visitors to the footsteps of a true diamond in the rough situated at the end of a rough alleyway. The sight of its punch-hole doors and large panel windows bring breathtaking relief to anyone who finds themselves wondering if they wandered down the wrong path. That architecture accentuates the context of its setting, creating a stark juxtaposition that makes a bold statement.