Faced with a site sloping in two axes and only a 1200sqm footprint, Matt Young put forward a proposal for 12 residential and 5 commercial units. After clearly demonstrating the sensitivity of the proposal toward direct neighbours and the greater urban context, approval was unanimously granted. Though dimensions are limited, all dwellings have a feeling of light and space that belies any constraints placed on them by physical limitations. The use of raking ceilings, south-lights and stair voids vertically expand the sense of space, and balconies have been carefully designed to be useable outdoor spaces directly interacting with the living areas of each home. The insertion of a central hub between the two halves of the complex, consisting of pool deck, spa, bbq and gym facilities, gives all dwellings intimate access to an outdoor living space of a size and quality rarely seen in projects of this nature. Though employing the same architectonics, subtle differences in levels and layouts ensure that each apartment has a unique relationship to both the ‘hub’ within, and the street on which it is built.