Monaco RenovationContemporary Entry, Gold Coast - Tweed

This Gold Coast renovation of a riverfront timber framed residence involved the removal of a few decades of refurbishments. Existing 1970s features were discovered and refurbished while a layer of new finishes and cabinet work were added. The pool mosaic and diving board was retained in the pool refurbishment.

Photo of a mid-sized contemporary front door in Gold Coast - Tweed with white walls, a single front door and a glass front door. —  Houzz
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Tracey Walsh - Sandor wrote:20November,2015

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    Joanna Tovia added this to Best of the Week: 28 Entries With Impact From Around the World16 August 2018

    13. Location: Gold Coast, QueenslandDesigner: Paul Uhlmann ArchitectsFeatures: A curved pathway complements angles and lines.

    Kerryn Ramsey added this to 10 Retro Ideas Reworked For Modern Exteriors3 December 2015

    5. Angled roofA modern colour palette has revitalised this 1970s riverfront home in Queensland. While the angled roof and modular glass windows draw inspiration from America’s Eichler project homes and Australia’s Pettit & Sevitt series in the ’60s and ’70s, the refurbishment adds a contemporary feel by introducing modern tones.Types of sloping roofs

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    Amelie Legare added this to Exterior8 February 2019

    C’est dynamique quand la pente du toit du porch est a l’inverse de celle du toit

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