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Modern House Design

We are a boutique building design practice specialising in custom designed sustainable residential projects throughout South East Queensland and northern New South Wales, shaping the way we live in sub-tropical climates.

The inviting coastline of South Australia's Eyre Peninsula, from scenic outback towns to stunning surf spots, has seen us expand into this region bringing our sustainable design knowledge to this hidden gem.


Our success is attributed to crafting practical, liveable and functional spaces within an aesthetically balanced fabric, to satisfy an increasingly discerning design­ conscious market.



Contemporary pavilion style residence set into native bushland. The series of skillion roof forms give the impression of a large butterfly settled into the bush.  

This home was featured in the Queensland Homes Autumn 2005 magazine, and later became a Boystown Prize Home. It also received a 2006 National Design Awards Commendation. 

Contemporary tropical resort style residence designed as a speculative project to meet the widest high-end market potential.


This is a smaller version of the popular design featured in the Queensland Homes 2009 Annual Gold Edition magazine.

Both of these projects became yet another Yourtown Prize Home designed by our Practice.

Resort styled executive residence featuring generous terraces with magnificent coastal views. Custom designed with five ensuited bedrooms, three separate living areas, kitchen with butlers pantry, mudroom, triple garage, office and separate pool entertaining with kitchenette.

Living areas have been carefully layered around an infinity edge pool, enhancing the best views making this a true resort retreat or entertainers delight.



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Terranora Tennis Centre named "Best Sporting Facility" in 2016 Master Builders Awards


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2015 Premier's Sustainability Award Winner - Built Environment


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Best Residential Bathroom in 2015 Master Builders Housing and Construction Awards
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