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Heirloom by Match is the adaptive re-use of the Dalgety Wool Stores, an iconic brick and iron warehouse adjacent to Fremantle Port re-purposed to house 183 one- and two- bedroom apartments and a café. Constructed in 1922, it was one of Fremantle’s earliest wool stores and is of significant cultural heritage value.
The multi-residential conversion takes a minimal-intervention approach which capitalises on the building’s unique character and spatial qualities. Most of the original structure has been retained. The apartments have been inserted entirely inside the building’s original fabric, which has been preserved through extensive conservation work.
Two new central atriums allow light and ventilation into all dwellings. The apartments make primary features of the original saw-tooth roof, jarrah beams, exposed brick walls, expansive windows and 3.6metre high ceilings.
Heirloom by Match is an exemplar of adaptive re-use which responds sensitively to the heritage of the original building whilst delivering design-conscious, contemporary living spaces. For more images and information, visit Heirloom on our website http://ccnwa.com.au/project/heirloom-fremantle/