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Housing : July 2009
HIA-CSR AUSTRALIAN HOUSING AWARDS 2009 WINNER: TAK ACQUISITIONS QUEENSLAND TEL: 07 3219 7292 R ight from the property’s front gate, this home has a powerful visual impact. The judges found this outstanding residence to be ‘as much a tangible art form as a luxury home’. Pushing the boundaries of construction, this home features walls of glass and stone with majestic proportions, and incorporates an extensive palette of materials including cedar, aluminium and timber. The careful thought to internal zoning caters for a family with varied interests and provides the flexibility of shared and private spaces. Traffic flow is enhanced by an elevator accessing all three levels and 180-degree river views can be enjoyed from the many and expansive windows. A colossal project, this home challenges convention with its innovative design and flawless workmanship. PARTNERED BY HIA-STRATCO AUSTRALIAN SPEC HOME OF THE YEAR 2009 FINALISTS: VIC Ryan & McDonald Homes ACT/SNSW Rod Sheather Consultants Pty Ltd Hunter Matt Martin Building NSW Denbuild Pty Ltd North QLD Dean Powell Constructions NT Overlander Homes WA Oswald Homes TAS 360º construction and interiors HOUSING JULY 2009 23