Contemporary three-storey interpretation of a traditional Queensland house

Each dwelling embraces sustainability through passive design principles. Living spaces extend into the landscape through the use of full height bifold doors, which genuinely connect the inside and outside. Despite being compact, the living areas feel generous through borrowing outdoor spaces and vistas. 
The entry sequence to the three rear townhouses reimagines the experience of arrival. A private external gate and stair leads one up to a beautifully landscaped yard and terrace for each individual home. The rear terrace substitutes the traditional veranda and reveals the entry door.”

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