Located in the Brisbane suburb of Fairfield, Brisbane Corso is a 4-bedroom family home showcasing a modern contemporary design style. With a balanced a mix of traditional design elements and contemporary styling, this custom designed home has a unique street presence.
It is clear from the street the design of the home has been centred around the view of the park and the Brisbane River. A large stone wall and garden cut into the entry space and projecting upwards to provide impact and interest when entering the home. This feature also allows ambient light to access the entry foyer throughout the day.
The void over the rumpus room on the lower floor allows light to penetrate the space and connects both floors. The curtain glass windows allow the pool to be visible from both levels.
Designing the upper floor as an open plan from the front to the rear of the home, allows the view of the Brisbane River to be seen from all spaces. Large doors and windows allow an abundance of natural light and ventilation to filter throughout the space.
Timber screening in conjunction with large over-hangs and a deep awning around the pantry window provide protection from the western sun. Trees located in the park across the road also provide a blanket of shade allowing the outdoor living area to remain largely open to the elements and liveable all year round.
The kitchen is located central to the outdoor living area and lounge. The large bi-fold doors allow the indoor and outdoor spaces to combine to create a large living space. Located behind the kitchen, the butler’s pantry also has a view of the park and river through the corner window.
Located at the rear of the home, the private master suite overlooks the garden and takes advantage of the easterly aspect of the site.