Residents can connect through functional and flexible shared spaces.

Designed by Hayball Architects with landscaping by Oculus, 15 Thompson St comprises of studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom homes across eight levels.

15 Thompson St is designed to encourage informal neighbourly connections; from open-air walkways, stepped entries and the parcel room with cool store, to an Amsterdam-inspired ramped bike storage facility, lending library and workshop.

An Assemble home is designed to improve with age.

Living spaces are designed for durability, functionality and longevity. Free of embellishment, we build beautiful, enduring homes using high-quality fixtures and fittings. We cultivate a strong connection between the indoors and out with plenty of natural light and cross-flow ventilation throughout. The interior design of each apartment forms a subtle backdrop to everyday life, so you can make yourself at home.

  • DEKTON benchtop and splashback.
  • Exposed concrete ceilings through living area.
  • Timber floorboards or optional linseed oil-based natural flooring in living, dining and bedrooms.
  • Fisher & Paykel appliances, including fridge/freezer.
  • Storage space above kitchen benchtop.
  • Track lighting to kitchen, dining and living areas.
  • Fixed rain shower head.
  • Provision for dog door to balcony.
  • High efficiency reverse-cycle heating and cooling units in living area and master bedroom.
  • Ceiling fans in secondary bedrooms.
  • Energy efficient double-glazed windows and balcony doors.
  • Curtains to windows and balcony doors (where applicable).
  • Operable transom windows above front doors to facilitate cross-flow ventilation through to balcony.


We have worked closely with our Environmental Sustainable Design (ESD) consultant, Atelier Ten, to ensure sustainability is embedded throughout the design. 15 Thompson St has been designed in alignment to Green Star 5 Star objectives and will meet a 7.5 star average NatHERS rating across the development.

15 Thompson St is a fully electric building – this means it will not be reliant on fossil fuel in the long-term. Key to the sustainability credentials of the building are passive design features including natural cross-flow ventilation from the open-air walkways, and the cooling benefits of the exposed concrete ceilings.


We’re partnering with Hayball Architects and Oculus Landscape Architects to bring the building and courtyard to life.

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