The Queens Park Contemporary Residential Architectural Design by CplusC Architects and Builders
the design of the Queens Park Residence has stemmed from an appreciation of timber from concept through to execution. Integral to the design of the house, and carried forward from the site’s original structure, is the entry sequence, marked with a stunning custom designed recycled Jarrah door, incorporating a bespoke hand-turned Jarrah handle.
Arriving at the social heart of the home, the open-plan living spaces are surrounded by extensive cabinetry that utilises the finish and efficiency of timber veneer and the centrepiece of the home, a custom Kauri Pine table formed from the original floorboards of the home. Forming the threshold to the outdoors is a meticulously detailed pergola structure built of Jarrah and Western Red Cedar battens that filters the light to a fine filigree. Beneath this timber canopy sits the Blue Gum deck and pool coping of Burmese Teak.
Throughout the design the butterfly roof opens to reveal a delicate eave detail, crafted in Western Red Cedar battens that dissipate to a delicate edge against the sky. Overall, the experience of this home is an uplifting calm, achieved with the material of warmth and expression of timber.
Modern house equipped with a harmonious interior arrangement, and minimalist furniture that makes this home appear luxurious contemporary