About the project
Perched atop a treelined gully in the heart of Brisbane, Hamilton, 24 Greys Road sits respectfully within the streetscape and captures the essence of a subtropical living. Designed in partnership with the neighbouring property the concaved façade welcomes the resident’s home to their private enclave.
A cohesive architectural and interior design approach is grounded by subtropical design principles with a light filled interior punctuated by full height operable glazing and landscaped terraces. The design seeks to create a sense of calm and refined elegance, taking cues from the meandering flow of the Brisbane River. The sweeping architectural form, curved interior planning and custom joinery blur thresholds between spaces and direct private views toward the green gully.
The 12meter high helix stair with skylight above, forms the main axis of the home flooding the interior with light and visually connecting the four levels. The open risers, lightweight balustrade and ribbon form invites a gentle journey toward the rooftop terrace.
“The interiors and finishes seek to capture a sense of movement, refinement and poetry”
— Conrad Gargett Senior Associate, Rey Bolivar.
A harmonious and warm neutral palette of Venetian plaster, oak joinery, marble and terrazzo floors express quality, endurance and a timeless sophistication. The predominantly light natural textures of the interior are interrupted by a rich, red feature marble and brass fixtures that provide moments of delight throughout.
The home features five bedrooms, four bathrooms, two powder rooms, seven car garage, pool, gym, bar, cellar and gathering spaces to meet every occasion.