Warehouse Living in the Heart of Fremantle

Designed by celebrated architect, Cameron Chisholm Nicol, who cleverly utilised the existing structure while maintaining the unique heritage features to design a building that offers a unique, iconic and liveable slice of history.

Restoring an Icon

Heirloom by Match pays homage to the Dalgety Wool Store’s past and the restoration of the property into industrial-style apartments represents the largest residential heritage renewal of its kind in Western Australia, indeed the Country.

The completed development is a unique and distinctive structure, and combines the simplicity of contemporary living with the sophistication of an historic building. Distinctively unique featuring original brickwork and century old jarrah beams that are reflected in the apartment interiors.

Original Jarrah Beams

The sensitive renewal resulted in exposing the original jarrah beams which have transformed into flooring, ceiling joists and feature timber beams which have become visible heritage features in the apartments interiors.

Exposed Brickwork

Heirloom features extensive exposed original brickwork all of which has been carefully restored, and is highlighted prominently throughout; from its commanding exterior façade to the beautiful heritage brickwork exposed within the apartments’ internal spaces.

Sawtooth Roof

The building’s unique sawtooth roof structure was retained and adapted to reveal the impressive light-filled atrium.


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36 Queen Victoria St
Fremantle WA 6160