Located amongst Sydney’s established Northern suburbs, the Putney Hill development in Ryde is a lively community with everything a homeowner could ever need. The project was secured by COX winning a design competition held by Frasers.

Project Name: Putney Hill
Studio Name: Cox Architecture
Location: Sydney, Australia
Photography: Martin Mischkulnig
Project Budget: $600000000
Completion date: 2020

Putney Hill by Cox Architecture - Sheet1
Exterior View ©Martin Mischkulnig

Putney is a popular neighbourhood of over 800 apartments and houses, nestled amongst parklands, community gardens, children’s playgrounds, running tracks and native bushland. Since building started in 2011 it has become a desired development, with stages being fast-tracked in 2015 due to the sell-out success of first release apartments.

All 800 dwellings, which range from apartments to houses, were constructed in six stages. Typologies include low-rise houses on terraced landscapes, semi-detached dwellings along the edge of the site and low-density dwellings that transition in scale.

Putney Hill by Cox Architecture - Sheet2
Exterior View ©Martin Mischkulnig

The development dedicated over 60-per-cent of the site to open space – set among flowering canopies of mature evergreen trees, including figs and fragrant fruit trees. Key public spaces include a rooftop terrace and community garden, landscaped courtyard, law and BBQ areas, multi-purpose communal room complete with a kitchen and outdoor fitness equipment. Located amongst Sydney’s established Northern suburbs, the Putney Hill development in Ryde is a lively community with everything a homeowner could ever need. The project was secured by COX winning a design competition held by Frasers.

Putney is a popular neighbourhood of over 800 apartments and houses, nestled amongst parklands, community gardens, children’s playgrounds, running tracks and native bushland. Since building started in 2011 it has become a desired development, with stages being fast-tracked in 2015 due to the sell-out success of first release apartments.

Putney Hill by Cox Architecture - Sheet3
Exterior View ©Martin Mischkulnig

All 800 dwellings, which range from apartments to houses, were constructed in six stages. Typologies include low-rise houses on terraced landscapes, semi-detached dwellings along the edge of the site and low-density dwellings that transition in scale.

The development dedicated over 60-per-cent of the site to open space – set among flowering canopies of mature evergreen trees, including figs and fragrant fruit trees. Key public spaces include a rooftop terrace and community garden, landscaped courtyard, law and BBQ areas, multi-purpose communal room complete with a kitchen and outdoor fitness equipment.

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