The Harold Street Residence is a new two-storey dwelling located in the Middle Park heritage overlay area, this house was designed by Melbourne-based architectural firm Jackson Clements Burrows.
From the architects:
The Harold Street Residence is a new dwelling located in the Middle Park heritage overlay area. The brief called for a new residence for a couple with university age children that could accommodate their evolving family needs.
The site is the north-west corner of the Neville and Harold Street intersection. The surrounding context is predominantly single storey Victorian terraces. Our response attempts to engage with the site’s heritage context through its architectural form and detailing, explores the public/private nature of the corner site, and completes the intersections ‘fourth corner’……