Stradbroke Residence embraces a language of contrasts, balancing a precise, gallery-like feel with moments of warmth and depth. Responding to the client’s desire for a light-filled family home, the expansive property is connected by a dramatic void, washing a series of subterranean living spaces with soft natural light.
The home’s stone-clad frontage sails into the interior, where bespoke white terrazzo floors establish a clean, European feel. A graphic, blackened steel stair and vertical void offers a striking juxtaposition, extending the home’s sense of volume by directing sightlines along a sunken terrace lined with maple trees.
Wall planes shift from stone to deep timber and glass, framing elemental joinery pieces and sculpted furniture. A floating credenza spans the length of the living space, intersecting with a refined kitchen with fine metal detailing. Above, the home’s private spaces are conceived as private, hotel-inspired retreats, with timber-lined headboards, integrated lamps and plush drapery offering an elevated and comfortable escape.