Passive Design: (n)

Architectural design principle that takes advantage of environmental and ambient energy sources, minimising the need for purchased energy like electricity or gas.



Defining a bold new benchmark in sustainable modern design, Clyde Mews is a boutique architectural eco village featuring eight stunning contemporary townhouses and apartments designed to provide an oasis of small-scale community living with the power to redefine the bigger picture.

Renowned Melbourne architects Six Degrees have created an intelligent, responsive and future-ready design that captures the very best of both the built and natural environments, creating a collection of beautiful, energy efficient residences that work in perfect harmony with their surrounds.

Located just 7km from the CBD in one of Melbourne’s most desirable suburbs, this exclusive development of just eight spacious 1, 2 and 3 bedroom townhouses and apartments sets the benchmark for family-centric, community-focussed, medium-density housing.



Designed to encourage lifestyle connectivity and community living, the lush landscaped grounds feature an abundance of shared and private outdoor spaces, communal leisure areas and a dedicated framework for cultivating a sustainable urban harvest.



The privileged few who call Thornbury home enjoy a rarefied village lifestyle that remains one of Melbourne’s best-kept secrets.

Just 7km north of the city, the local area offers an irresistible mix of stylish bars, boutiques and cafés alongside plentiful green spaces, parkland and bike paths. A decade of unprecedented growth and investment has created a high-demand market in the leafy, laid-back suburb as it continues to attract young professionals and families.

Clyde Mews residents will have ready access to an abundance of amenities including excellent childcare and schools, parks, playgrounds, sports and aquatic centres, fresh food markets and public transport. Both Darebin Creek and the Merri Creek trail are just a stone’s throw away.


"We focus on what drives behaviour, how design can provide a stage for living and how it can help enable the best in human interaction"

James Legge, Six Degrees Architects


For more than two decades, celebrated Melbourne architects Six Degrees have pioneered the creation of buildings, communities and spaces that are environmentally, socially and economically sustainable. 

With Clyde Mews, the multi-award-winning firm has captured an ambitious and innovative concept within a design that is environmentally responsive, energy efficient and deeply attuned to both human need and aesthetic form.

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