HEADLINING Brisbane auctions this weekend is this stunning 1930 cottage that has been transformed by leading Brisbane architect Shaun Lockyer.
The four-bedroom house at 84 Langshaw St, New Farm presents as a chic 1930 cottage with restored gabling and delicate fretwork along the front balcony.
Step inside and the craftsmanship of one of Queensland’s top architects is evident in every ultra-modern finish.
Voids and skylights draw attention to Alpine dry stone and spotted gum timbers which are used throughout the house and flow through to the outdoor entertaining area with inground pool.
Hamish Bowman of Ray White New Farm is taking the property to auction at 10am on Saturday.
“The intricacy of detail and superb appointment of space reflects the leading craftsmanship, showcasing this as a quintessential Lockyer home,” the listing says.
Mr Lockyer has been a registered architect since 2002 and set up his own company in Brisbane in 2009.
He won the 2018 Australian Institute of Architecture award for best residential architecture for the V House on the Sunshine Coast.