A splitter block development in Ashgrove, These architectural homes featured 3.5 metre ceilings, huge void areas filled with natural lighting, plate glass feature windows, 'blackbutt' hardwood flooring and designer kitchens. The beautiful pool, yard and outdoor entertaining areas are all clearly visible from the kitchen and the open plan living areas.
Designed by Tim Stewart architects this four-level timber, glass and steel residence is located on a sloping corner block on top of Balmoral Hill. The fall in the site produced a stepped plan; each subsequent floor providing different but practical living spaces for that level. Each elevation responds to its particular condition, in particular the top level design to capture the views out over the river towards the city.
Located the iconic avenues of Ashgrove this four bedroom residence has been carefully designed and integrated into its site. It balances perfectly between being contemporary and reflecting the heritage of its neighbours.
Located in the leafy suburb of Bardon, this five bedroom home occupies a steep site witch captures glimpses of the Brisbane CBD. The steep topography necessitated an elevated building which took the form of a timber three storey house resting on masonry base and garage structure. The cantilevered balconies spring from the simple forms and are used to articulate and emphasise the facade elements.