The sophisticated Elysium 154 House in Queensland, Australia was designed by BVN Architecture as part of the Noosa project, a residential development in the desired Noosa Heads neighbourhood of Queensland. According to the architects, the house is situated in an urban site “consisting of 189 house allotments, communal leisure facilities (tennis courts, health spa, aquatic facilities) parkland and nature reserves located inland from the Noosa coastline adjacent to Lake Weyba. The undulating, picturesque landscape of the site retains vast pockets of existing vegetation and is afforded distant views to the Sunshine Coast hinterland beyond.” The site slopes gently from the street to the south. The architects created a residence that offers views of the northern parkland areas and connects the inside of the house to the outside space with the help of external textured wall finishes that continue on the inside. The exterior garden and pool complete the luxurious subtropical picture. Just imagine what this house would look like if you lived there: the design, the personal items, the colours – all gathered under a perfectly balanced architecture.