A life in an Assemble building is one well-lived. Whether you’re living independently, with your family, friends or pets, we’re committed to fostering more connected, resilient local communities in homes built to last.
Bridging the gap between renting and owning your home is our response to the very real challenge of home ownership in Australian cities.
The Assemble Model allows you to live in your home and community before choosing to buy. It’s a long-term view that guides our every design decision and clarifies our commitment to our residents. So rather than simply talking about good design and rich community life, we are deeply invested in delivering it, too.
Enjoy communal spaces where social and collective culture can thrive. Whether it be the communal room, multi-purpose workshop, laundry facilities or an edible herb garden.
Inspired by the heritage buildings in the area, Hayball Architects, with landscape design by Oculus, have designed an architecturally striking building that both complements and responds to the evolving neighborhood.
The entire community will be connected through functional and flexible communal spaces and features located on the roof- tops and on ground-level: places for work, eating and leisure, together.
The interior design of each apartment is focused on durability, functionality, and longevity, free of embellishments and full of high-quality materials that will last and wear well. It’s a subtle backdrop to your life, allowing you to make yourself at home.
15 Thompson St is our second Kensington community.
Only 3km from Melbourne’s CBD, Kensington offers a mix of neighbourhood charm and industrial heritage, plus village shopping and Macaulay Station only a 3 minute walk down the road.