Inspired by international hotspots, this breath-taking Brisbane mansion is nestled in Norman Park on one of the most exclusive bends of the Brisbane River.
Cascading like a waterfall from Hawthorne Road towards the river bank below, all six floors are vast vantage points for enduring views of the city.
Every element of this contemporary masterpiece has been imbued with a passion for Brisbane’s vibrant history.
Timber from an original Norman Park jetty frames the glass entry door, hybridising the residence’s clean-cut modernity with the time-honoured tradition of solid, textured wood.
Likewise, bubble feature walls wrapping the internal staircase were inspired by the heritage-listed Story Bridge, thereby cementing the residence as a symbol of considered sophistication. Construction of this building was completed less than three years ago, following a brief to capture the extraordinary view from all angles.
Likened to the Bellagio Hotel in Las Vegas, there is a similar flare of extravagant elegance reflected across the six-bedroom home.
A glass cut-out in the floor of a hallway was inserted following a visit to the Grand Canyon Skywalk.
There is also a swimming pool and spa with a projector and screen to watch films, thereby reflecting the residence’s design to impact and entertain.
Expansive bedrooms have dressing rooms with retail shop fit-outs featuring mirror-face racking systems, display drawers, adjustable racks and hooks, LED-lit footwear shelving and built-in wall storage.
Likewise, the master suite, which takes up most of level four, includes a substantial dressing room, sitting room, and ensuite, as well as a grassed balcony.
Meanwhile, level three is the hub of the home where there is a kitchen fitted with Ilive appliances, a lounge room with a swivel television cabinet, a fully-equipped bar, and an outdoor barbecue entertaining area.
It is here that friends and family can gather around a Teppanyaki plate or home-made mixed drinks and watch as the sun sets over the city.