A frameless, dual-aspect window opens up the corner of a games lounge, drinking in natural daylight.
Glass doors connect the main living space to a wide pool terrace. Deep planters cut away the concrete, dissolving the structure into the natural habitat.
Massive windows make the most of the fabulous views on every side of the property, which is arguably in Noosa Hinterland’s most breathtaking location.
Outdoor wall lights illuminate a covered terrace.
A covered terrace wraps the house, building a continuous, looping walkway.
Inside the private family room, which is tucked away from the communal living space, a modern gray sofa curves around the perimeter to create a cozy atmosphere. A comfortable black lounge chair reclines by the modern fireplace.
In the larger, main living space, two warm red sofas face across the room to create a welcoming space for guests and family gatherings. A
The living room opens into a luxurious kitchen with a large island. A partition wall hides away the scullery. At the very back of the communal wing, there is a small powder room and a laundry room.
Modern artwork brings the living room’s red accent theme out onto the terrace to achieve a cohesive flow.
The games room is furnished with an L-shaped
Huge, pivoting doors crack open the side of the games room, exposing it to the glorious green surroundings and the breeze.
Even the narrow scullery has a wide-open view on both sides. Wooden kitchen cabinets construct a smooth and sophisticated aesthetic that complements the green panorama.
The master suite is spread over the top floor. The primary suite includes a large dressing room, ensuite bathroom, private living area, and a spacious home office.
The bedroom lounge is separated from the sleep space by a travertine-clad dividing wall with a dual-aspect fireplace. The bedroom and bathroom designs on the property communicate simplicity, favoring visual peace over stimuli. Emphasis is placed on the tactile experience of luxury materials and sleek geometry.
Much of the clearing is designated for the encompassing gardens.
Concrete terraces lead to the tennis court, sunbathing area and pool, car parking, and courtyard gardens.
On the ground floor of the house, there is a second master suite and three more bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms.
The second master bedroom suite also boasts a large walk-in wardrobe.
The stone kitchen island forms a luxe focal point in the main living space, where it paints beautiful natural texture into the neutral decor scheme. The Ocean Blue travertine was sourced by Artedomus from a single quarry in Italy.
The monolithic kitchen island complements a backdrop of wooden kitchen units. The floor-to-ceiling expanse of handless doors conceals more prep space and food storage.
The kitchen sink faces the sitting area of the living room, allowing the user to chat with the family or guests while completing their task.
Black kitchen appliances darkly punctuate the light wood cabinets.
A black dining table and modern dining chairs expand upon the black colorway.
The landscape softens the hard lines of the Brutalist aesthetic.
Borders are blurred between exterior and interior spaces, creating a relaxed vacation atmosphere.
Pale gray brickwork is underlined with black wood paneling, adding visual weight to the simple structure.
The terraces cultivate a close relationship between the homeowners and their natural surroundings.
The looping walkway brings the owners outside to navigate the property, rather than journeying only indoors.
The master bathroom has an extraordinarily textured design that resembles a high noise filter on a photographic image.
The tub and the bathroom vanity unit become camouflaged in the textural noise.
Black bathroom fixtures fit darkly into the shadowy gray setting.
A large, mirrored cabinet reflects the light and makes the bathroom feel more spacious.
Peace and tranquility fills every inch of the home.
Landscaping adds interesting layers and wonderful depth to the outlook.
Upper floor plan.
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