Text by CG Design Studio
On a steeply sloping site in Brisbane, Australia, an extensive build is perched beyond a classic cottage façade, where contemporary curves are underpinned by mid-century lines.
Engaged as both building and interior designers, CG Design Studio were involved across all aspects of the design, culminating in a cohesive resolution that encompassed the site.
Drawing inspiration from mid-century architecture and driven by the client’s passion for unique,
highly detailed design resulted in a robust base of materiality, from concrete to brickwork, layered with warm, bespoke timber elements and unexpectedly colour saturated spaces.
Considered spatial planning achieved a generous sense of space, despite the elongated floor plan dictated by the narrow nature of the site.
The home spans elusively over three levels, giving the notion of unanticipated expansiveness, while communal and private zones are carefully distinguished, allowing for separation of activity.
Photos by Brock Beazley