Amano Brighton

Amano is an ode to the elegance of Brighton

57 Well St, Brighton

Amano, which means ‘by hand’ in Italian, is a true expression of its name – bespoke in nature, oozing with European sophistication and located in a suburb that feels like a slice of stylish, Italian coastline. Comprised of just 5 individually-designed apartments, Amano is an ode to the elegance of Brighton, offering captivating architecture, immaculate interiors and artfully-appointed landscaping. Within walking distance of culturally rich Church Street and the breathtaking Brighton beach, relish a life of convenience, style and natural beauty – each and everyday.

An alluring composition that settles seamlessly into the fabric of Well Street, Amano’s facade is at once stately and sophisticated – meticulously designed by local firm Rigney Scerri Architects. Monumental in appearance, the building’s form is inspired by Midcentury Modern minimalism, exhibiting clean lines and wide eaves. Informed by Brighton’s organic, coastal landscape, the facade is adorned in natural materials, including a striking contrast of light and dark stone cladding. Generous landscaping serves to soften the building’s overall look and feel while honouring the leafiness of picturesque Well Street.


No. Of Dwellings: 5
Site Area: 703 SQM
Net Sellable Area: 880 SQM
Gross Area: 1593 SQM
Building Time: N/A