INSPIRING SPACES: DUKE STREET

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WHEN it comes to family abodes, this Brisbane property will evoke some serious home envy,

Featuring mainly concrete, steel and natural timbers all working in tandem with each other, there’s no denying this contemporary family home has a natural elegance.

Designed by Base Architecture and built by Thallon Mole Group, who agreed this was a difficult location to build in, the Duke Street project was designed and built with the intention of utilising as much space as possible.

The home consists of five bedrooms – including a master with walk-in robe and ensuite - three bathrooms, a powder room, a sunken lounge, rooftop entertainment area, pool deck and entertainment area and media room

We created four vanities, a pod basin, rooftop terrace, and pool house benchtops and couldn’t be happier with how our pieces work back with the other materials.

“One of the key features of the design at Duke Street was the extensive use of off form concrete when it came to the selection of the benchtops,” a spokesperson for Thallon Mole Group tells us. “Formed concrete was the natural choice as it lends a sense of continuity to the property.

“In addition, the use of architectural concrete allows us to seamlessly integrate the sinks into the bench tops.”

Take a tour of this spectacular property below:

 Photography: Cam Murchison @cammurchisonphotography

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