Complete | 2012 | Cunningham Designs
Two main factors dominated during the design process of this home in Camp Hill. The first was that the site fell away significantly from the street, and the second was to capture views of the Brisbane CBD to the North West.
Whilst internally the house steps to follow the natural contours of the land, and ensure that maximum height restrictions are not breached, the external roof line is a single slope from the front to the rear. This gives simple elegant form externally, and produces high raked ceilings internally. Window positions at the the rear of the house are such that city views are optimised, and privacy is maintained without the need of screens or blinds.
A feature of the front facade is a floating timber box section, seemingly supported by thin timber screening.