London, United Kingdom
Masdar City, Abu Dhabi
Auckland, New Zealand
New York, New York
Reinterpreting the essence of a classic Queenslander for vertical beach house living
Guided by the simple brief to reinterpret the essence of a classic Queenslander for ‘vertical beach house living’ Woods Bagot’s design for fourteen homes is characterised by three key concepts:
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The architecture of the slender tower is defined by sculpted, raft-like balconies – articulated slab edges that mimic the sand, shaped to provide privacy, but still maintain views and amenity.
Entrance directly into a timber lined breezeway is a contemporary interpretation of the ‘welcome’ of a traditional Queenslander – a typology synonymous with the Gold Coast. Walking through this space to reach your front door is what makes the homes in this development so special. Mediating the transition between public and private, these habitable breezeways with oversized, sliding windows – indoor/outdoor dwell spaces – take advantage of views, light, and the sub-tropical climate.
The intention in designing 123OBR is for the interior design to complete the architecture, the two articulating ‘one hand of the designer’ in a cohesive concept with an unrivalled level of consideration, detail, and craftsmanship.
The finishes and detailing are derived from a sense of relaxed luxury: a contemporary interpretation of a simple beachside home with all the elegance and consideration of a bespoke home.
Lizzie Gill is a mixed media artist. Her work explores retro nostalgia in a contemporary context. Through a variety of mediums she illustrates a time warp, composed of everyday life, human agency and the disingenuous. The disingenuous nature of her work pertains to one’s ability to mislead through dress, speech or manner. Growing up in the digital age, this deception is often conducted behind a series of computer screens. This manipulation is also evident in her process. Her canvases are comprised of mixed media and oil, a process first approached through digital collage and then translated onto canvas.
Brooklyn, United States
Long Island, New York