The design for this new luxury residence was recently completed by Matthew Dean Architects in Stretton, Brisbane (Qld). It boasts nine bedrooms all with ensuites, four living areas, gym, 15-seat theatre, six car basement garage, a rooftop family function room, pool, tennis court, Teppanyaki bar and a self-contained caretakers unit. There is also an internal lift to service the three levels above the basement. It is currently going through the approval process and is due to start construction in 2021. Stay tuned for progress updates.
Construction is underway on this waterfront duplex project designed by Matthew Dean Architects at Inga Avenue, Surfers Paradise Gold Coast (Qld). The build is starting to take shape! Stay tuned for progress updates.
The existing single-storey home on this gold coat hinterland property was demolished to make way for a new two-storey residence designed by Matthew Dean Architects. The client chose the project manage the build, and was recently completed to the client’s satisfaction.
This picturesque property in Mudgeeraba in the Gold Coast hinterland is undergoing a revamp. The client requires additional space for family accommodation which was designed by Matthew Dean Architects. The additions currently under construction include, new retaining walls, large deck and substantial extension are soon to be completed. Keep an eye on the blog for updated photos. The client is also considering adding another dwelling to the site.
Situated in the picturesque countryside in Wonglepong in the Gold Coast Hinerland, we (Matthew Dean Architects) designed this new residence to serve as display home for Scenic Rim Homes and it is currently under construction. The design captures the expansive rural views, has a northerly aspect and has clean modern lines. Looking forward to seeing the finished product.
Situated alongside a small creek in the picturesque countryside in Mudgeeraba in the Gold Coast Hinerland, this new home has been designed to complement its context by Matthew Dean at Matthew Dean Architects. The home has been designed to maximise the level of quality natural light provide cross-ventilation into the internal living spaces, by using high louvred windows. The large deck off the main living spaces takes in views to the creek and out towards the landscape. Living spaces are open plan and perfect for entertaining with a butler’s pantry and outdoor kitchen on the extensive deck. There is also a self-contained office that has been designed to be flexible and could also be used as a guest suite or elderly accommodation.
I recently visited a project in Coombabah, on the Gold Coast, where I was involved with the re-design of the facades. I had a tour of the site and managed to take some photos during construction. I might have to re-visit once its all done. http://hansfordresidences.com.au/
Recently, I revisited a project I worked on about 12 months ago. What was once an empty warehouse, has been transformed into a taphouse and brewery. I am pleased to say, not only is the venue fun and relaxed, the beer was pretty awesome! The Lost Palms Brewing Co. is located at 11 Oak Ave, Miami, Queensland.
Gold Coast Airport, Australia is undergoing a $200 million redevelopment in preparation for the 2018 Commonwealth Games. Designed by Cox Architecture, the focus will be on the redevelopment of the airport plaza, containing aerobridges and more space for larger planes. It’s an important piece of architecture to help promote the tourism industry on the Gold Coast.
Artist’s impression from Cox Architects of the proposed Gold Coast Airport Plaza upgrade. Picture. Cox Architects via The Gold Coast Bulletin
Read the full Gold Coast Bulletin article here.