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37 Gladstone Avenue, Armadale

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A timeless composition.

Woven seamlessly into the surrounding streetscape, Gladstone’s facade interprets the heritage character of Armadale in a sophisticated and contemporary way. The building is defined by a strong sense of linearity, forming a clean and distinctly minimalist aesthetic. Composed of brick, concrete and steel, the facade materiality harmonises timeless elegance, imparting a sense of textural depth.

Abundant glazing grants residences with generous views of the treetops whilst allowing light to filtrate through at all times of day. Lush greenery has been integrated into the form of the building, softening the edges and creating a connection to nature.

“This luxury collection of spacious residences boasts refined artistry and sophisticated minimalist finish, with a fundamental connection to the unique site context and exclusive address.”

Will Leaf, Director


Charcoal satin brickwork scales the exterior walls of the building imbuing the structure with a sense of solidity and traditional character.


Clean neutral rendered concrete with a subtle movement in tone and texture forms the base of the architectural structure.


Steel arbor pergola’s frame the ground level entertaining area’s providing shade and a structure for the garden’s range of climbing plants to thrive.


Timber exterior soffits provide a sympathetic warmth to the buildings facade and spacious outdoor entertaining spaces.

“The gardens at Gladstone are a considered response to the vision of the architect, bringing an ordered and organic form to the built environment.”

Jack Merlo, Director