EHDO Nightingale Fremantle is the first Nightingale building outside of Melbourne, making its home in a
semi-industrial area 15 minutes walk from central Fremantle.
EHDO and Fini Sustainability received a planning permit in early 2018 for a small, mixed-use development of approximately 15 apartments, 250 square metres of commercial space, and a large communal area on the roof.
With a focus on environmental responsibility, EHDO Nightingale Fremantle will include a substantial photovoltaic array to power the building and reduce running costs for tenants. It will also include charge points in all car bays; water-wise gardens and water storage; and the use of sustainable building materials and passive solar design principles.
Through clever integration of extensive gardens and landscaping, EHDO aims to make the apartments as attractive as possible to families in an attempt to tackle the idea that families require suburban blocks with large gardens. It'll also explore how the body corporate can further reduce running costs to the tenants by being an active, income-generating entity.
Architects / EHDO Architecture
Development Manager: Fini Sustainability
Acoustic / ND Engineering
Civil Engineer / Wood & Grieve Engineers
Compliance / Taycon Group
Electrical Consultant / Collaborative World
Fire Consultant / Saraceni Fire Enfineering Group
Hydraulic Consultant / Cartwright Hydraulic
Mechanical Consultant / ND Engineering
Structural Engineer / Marocchi Engineering Group
Surveyor / McMullen Nolan Group
Cost Planning / fini sustainability
Energy Assessor / fini sustainability
Landscaping Consultant / Ecoscape
Location / 29 Wood Street, Fremantle
Status / Balloting in June 2018
Apartments / 15
Nightingale could change WA housing market
Fremantle beats Sydney to first Nightingale project outside of Melbourne @ The Fifth Estate
Nightingale lands in Western Australia
@ Architecture & Design