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TRENO Stage 1

A departure from the ordinary, TRENO is a two-stage residential development located within Mile End

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Stage 1 of the development includes a mix of three townhouse typologies

Connecting old and new, the two and three storey homes have been designed with a conscious understanding of their heritage context.

Inspired by the materials, proportions and design language of Mile End, the homes are bespoke to place and at the edge of design. Each typology sits comfortably amongst the historic row cottages and heritage railway buildings.

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The Junction Lane townhouses are based on the Victorian row houses of the adjacent Junction Street cottages. The design features single- and two-storey frontages for dwellings up to three storeys with generous, light-filled spaces and hidden rooftop decks. Railway design elements including slatted vision screens are matched with texture rich dry-pressed clay brick walls.

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The project seeks to create a place where a respect of history unites with contemporary lifestyle

Internally, the use of natural finishes and bold statement tones are a nod to their industrial location and a point of difference to other developments on the market.

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The design incorporates a multi-layered, highly articulated fa├žade in response to the historic adjacent neighbourhood, providing daylight with mutual privacy between new and existing residents.

Generous ceiling heights, provision of courtyards and wide corridors flood the interior with natural light, whilst the incorporation of luxury finishes across the development reinforce its truly boutique nature.

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An adaptable street frontage at Junction Lane can pivot from a bedroom to a work-from-home street address. All dwellings feature an abundance of daylight and north facing balconies. Railway design elements, like slatted vision screens are matched with texture rich dry-pressed clay brick walls.

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The entire development presents a unified design with rear access incorporating north-facing balconies, and highly articulated facades

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