Meet Qld’s House of the Year: A Thai Waterfront Wonder

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The property was awarded Qld House of the Year at the 2022 Master Builders Queensland Housing & Construction Awards.

A Thai waterfront home in Noosa has won Queensland’s House of the Year at the 2022 Master Builders Housing & Construction Awards.

The ‘Modern Thai House’ by Braeden Constructions and designed by Chris Clout has struck gold with its attention to detail and tropical elegance.

Outdoor seating gives the illusion of floating in the pool.

The property also scored over $2 million in individual homes.

Surrounding a central tropical oasis, this home has subterranean living levels below the water.

This three-story home has a stunning outdoor dining pavilion with a fire pit and chairs that give the illusion of floating over the pool.

Straight from the kitchen to the pool!

The pool is tiled, with an acrylic spa and clear front facing the river. You can step into the pool from most rooms in the house.

The main feature windows are double-glazed New Guinea Rosewood, each panel weighing up to 340 kilograms.

The judges praised the home for its “impressive roof design and timber highlights that add to its tropical elegance.”

The judges were impressed with the impressive roof and wood highlights.

“This Thai-style house transports you to another world the moment you step in.”

Multiplex Constructions’ The One project won three awards, including the coveted Project of the Year.

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The 83-story tower also won the Excellence in Workplace Health and Safety Award and was awarded the Best Residential (3-Story Skyscraper) Valued at Over $20 Million.

The house looks even more impressive at night.

KJ Constructions won a presidential award for a two-story home overlooking the Brookwater Golf Course.

Hutchinson Builders also cleaned up and won numerous awards, including Best Commercial Building at over $50 million for the Midtown Center Commercial Tower in Brisbane.

Meet Qld’s House of the Year: A Thai Waterfront Wonder

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