Rosebery is a contemporary river-front home on a sloping north-east facing block in Brisbane. The house explores ideas of articulated landscapes, underpinned by a robust architectural language. A heavy base of stone and concrete grounds the house on the crest of the site and offers a sense of resonance, while the juxtaposing combination of black zinc cladding and stained timber paneling presents a necessary balance of lightness about the overall built form. Attention to the landscape strategy has been a primary driver of the house’s relationship and connection to the land, street and broader context.

Project Team

CGH Constructions

Westera Partners

Lush Landscape Solutions


Scott Burrows

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