Corso4 Project by grayHAUS, photography by Brock Beazley

The Brisbane based luxury residential and construction design firm grayHAUS have created a stunning midcentury home with a contemporary feel. Their latest project on the riverfront Brisbane Corso is a spacious family home, with an elevated aspect and open layout.

Raw materials such as concrete and metal are subdued by warm timber elements, creating a welcoming atmosphere in such a generous space, while suspended concrete floors and floor to ceiling windows allow for an unobstructed view of the backyard and swimming pool. The layout of the main level flows seamlessly from one room to the next, making entertaining easy and enjoyable.

Our black Alpha Knobs are utilised against dark timber in multiple spaces to amplify the home’s midcentury feel. Our Kintore Pulls pair beautifully with thin shaker profile cabinetry by Mivis Joinery and an island bench from Porta Timber and Finestone Granite and Marble to create a striking kitchen area. Connected to the living and dining spaces and opening up to the outdoor entertaining area, the kitchen is the true focal point of the home.

This midcentury modern family home was well worth the twelve months it took to design – with no detail left out, it’s a beautiful and fresh take on a classic style.

Corso4 Project by grayHAUS, photography by Brock Beazley