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Project / Completed 2019

Barkly Street Collective by HIP V. HYPE

/ By HIP V. HYPE
2019
The Space
Built for the next generation of collaborators, the materiality reflects sustainable materials like GoodWood Victorian ash windows.

HIP V HYPE

“In designing the space, we have attempted to find a balance between quality, durability and value. Importantly, we have focused on low impact, responsibly sourced products and materials with low embodied energy”

Located in the bustling suburb of Brunswick stands this welcoming deep green building, home to a collective workspace and product showroom. Created for like-minded individuals, this is the second shared workspace designed and executed by HIP V HYPE, an ethical, socially conscious and environmentally focused property developer, sustainability consulting practice and work share provider.

HIP V HYPE was built on the notion that it is ‘our responsibility to leave our cities and regions in a better condition than we found them’. Their vision clearly achieved with the caliber of past projects including the infamous Nightingale apartments and the Davison collaborative.

The flexible work space was designed to inspire a new collective of collaborators, ready to tackle projects and products focused on sustainability and creating a better future. A combination of blonde timbers, robust office materials and modern hardware adorns the space, all chosen for their sustainable attributes.

GoodWood Victorian ash was the timber of choice for the large scale Tilt and Turn Binq windows. Often used in a sustainable environment, GoodWood windows are made from a hard-wearing Australian hardwood paired with optimal thermal and insulation properties. Learn more about GoodWood windows here.

HIP V HYPE

“The Barkly Street Collective is home to built environment professionals united by a simple aim – to create better products, services and buildings for the future city we deserve”

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