Contemporary Country House, Mount Tamborine
This home represents the first major collaboration between Mark Granger and Jez Clark. Mark and Jez worked closely on this project to ensure that the house architecture and garden reflected the clients’ brief and worked together as a single clear statement.
Black House One, Whitfield
A structure of black fabricated steel and glass articulates this simple rectangular form that is completely suspended above this steeply sloping site on a series of tree-like posts, hovering above the tree canopy.
Modern Duplex, Four Mile Beach
Located for its stunning views of the Coral Sea, the building consists of an asymmetrical duplex with parking, power and services in the basement and three levels of accommodation above.
The Twins, Gold Coast
The Twins, named because of the similarity of both houses, both of the same parent but fraternal due to small differences between them. Both designed to be equal and bright, both with atrium that benefit from northerly sunshine.
Chalk House, Tamborine Mountain
In a world of cast-offs, single use plastics and on-going environmental damage to our planet, the ability to re-cycle or re-purpose an entire house is a benefit of living in Queensland, a state full of timber houses that are capable of being relocated. This project has given us the opportunity of combining a 110 year old house with a new contemporary extension and the latest technology to bring this little house into the 21st Century.
Contemporary Home, Palmer Sea Reef
This new home in the golf course suburb of Palmer Sea Reef in Port Douglas represents the most European design influence that Mark Granger has brought to the practice at Chris Vandyke Designs.