The approach to the site is to create a series of perimeter blocks defining the existing streets to the east and west, and a new street to the north, generating two, interconnected courtyards. Mid-block buildings are low terrace forms located within the communal courtyards. The surfaces, window disposition, materials, and colours are varied progressively between and within each building to provide a range of character shifts within an holistic architectural vocabulary. The forms are given modulation through the introduction of cuts, breaks and inflections, relating to aspect, entry and apartment typologies. The street buildings to the east and west incorporate 2-storey undercuts at street level, with a predominant street wall at 5-storeys, and either a single- or double-storey setback above. Inflections to each apartment give solar access to the central living room. These buildings are therefore given both horizontal and vertical incisions that give the buildings a strong rhythm and fine grain, particularly evident when seen obliquely. The upper setback elements include folding roofs that give animation to the silhouette against the skyline. The external soffits are painted in different colours to further differentiate between the buildings. The northern building to the new street is three-storeys, and, while composed of 1- and 2-storey apartments, is given the expression of a terrace of townhouses. The amenities and childcare are integrated into the overall built form of the development, giving varying character to the western street elevation.