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With Ink’d we are again producing a modest number of units in a complex - 26 units – in a medium scale project that will be a positive addition to the streetscape.

Ink’d sits between Te Aro and Mount Victoria – two of Wellington’s best locations. Living in Ink’d will enable very easy access to the outdoor amenity provided by Mount Victoria while being on the doorstep of all the fun and activity of Te Aro.

Extensive use of concrete will be used in Ink’d. Intertenancy walls will be concrete panels – or concrete blocks. Floors will be concrete as well. The ability to expose the concrete not only provides an interesting/ resilient building – but also utilizes the thermal mass of the concrete to provide a warm, quiet environment.

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With M2 we are returning to our ‘tattooed’roots: Small, eccentric, urban – and most of all fun. Each - of only 20- boutique units are either: ground level units with a neat courtyard; or a penthouse unit!! – Which makes choices simple for buyers!  As seen in the brochure graphics, the units; which are all lofts – all enjoy a sense of open space and light, with more than a 5m ceiling height over a portion of the living room.  

DXN is under construction on Dixon Street and designed at 20 levels of apartments, all the whilst creating a laneway; connecting Dixon Street to Feltex Lane. 

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As land values rose over recent years we started to go more vertical: FRAME apartments on Molesworth Street reached 17 levels; 

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Following Tattoo, –  we designed Canvas on Willis Street in a very similar vein: An edge of exposed concrete interiors, street art etc.  Canvasis also still well received by the market. 

As land values rose over recent years we started to go more vertical: FRAME apartments on Molesworth Street reached 17 levels; DXN is under construction on Dixon Street and designed at 20 levels of apartments, all the whilst creating a laneway; connecting Dixon Street to Feltex Lane. 

Canvas apartments are located in upper Willis Street, it’s in the heart of the city. Fantastic location. One & two bedroom apartments. Double glazed. Car parking available. Pet friendly. Concrete inter tenancy walls. 100% of current earthquake code. Small complex

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‘Tattoo’, Vicinity’s first project, circa 2008 – located on the corner of Wigan and Able Smith Streets, was born amidst the height of the global financial crisis in New Zealand. A different design approach from a new way of thinking was needed to make the project work.  The outcome was a building that was compact, energetic, and bold! Everything we love in urban architecture.

The peculiar – mostly intended – result of the design is the atmosphere of a converted industrial building; yet the building is new and still meets current building codes - and does so with a bit of attitude! Tattoo is still seen as a cool place to live, rent or buy and is still sought after in today’s market.

 
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