WAREHOUSE CONVERSION INTO BOUTIQUE LIVING APARTMENTS
Sugarmill is a medium density residential development that has been transformed from an original Art Deco warehouse into a boutique residential complex in Camperdown.
The development comprises alterations and additions to the existing industrial/warehouse building and conversion to a residential flat building accommodating 14 terraces and 18 apartments. Basement car parking is available for 48 vehicles with access via Fowler Lane. The basement level also accommodates storage facilities and bicycle racks.
Its striking industrial origins remain evident within these dramatic new boutique apartments and terrace homes. The development included a substantial retention of the external face brick walls of the existing warehouse building, excavation of a basement level below the existing ground level, and the removal of the roof structure to provide a central internal courtyard accommodating communal and private open space.
The residential accommodation is generally arranged around the perimeter of the central courtyard, with the main entrances located along the street frontages providing internal access to the communal open space and private courtyards.