16-18 Fellows Street, Kew


Fellowship is a selection of only 20 timeless residences by a collection of Melbourne’s finest property people CHT Architects, SORA interiors and Jack Merlo landscaping. Innovative mid-century inspired architecture paired with curated and highly refined interiors, enticing outdoor spaces, these homes have been designed to exceed today’s purchaser expectation. Family scale Kitchen appliances from Gaggenau sit atop Glassia marble benchtops in kitchen spaces big enough for entertaining, butlers’ pantry and built-in bars encourage guests to linger longer.

Fellowship’s meticulous architecture marries form and function with aesthetic elegance. Drawing inspiration from Studley Park’s blend of historic and contemporary streetscape, whilst bringing something fresh to the area, the facade embraces a timeless yet contemporary palette of materials. Pale bricks are punctuated by accents of black, integrated breeze blocks pay homage to the modernist character of Studley Park neighbourhood. Featuring strong articulation, the facade’s rectilinear form is softened by cascading vegetation and climbing vines. The scale of landscaping allows the building to nestle in seamlessly with the Yarra Boulevard surrounds.

Site demolition is now complete.