Contemporary architecture and interior design fascinates through the creative use of materials, patterns and volumes. This next property in New Farm, Queensland, was recently sold by Judy Goodger, but it continues to offer inspiration for those looking for a push in the right direction. Besides having a strong character displayed on the facade and a stylish use of interior space, the residence features an enticing rooftop terrace with panoramic views of the city lights. “Perfect for the inner city professional“, the house features 3 private bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. Rich timber flooring and concrete insertions on all of the three levels of the house set the standard for a comfortable lifestyle. All furniture and furnishings were carefully chosen to express the house’s potential and invite us to be inspired by the use of light, colours and arrangements. The middle level shelters the “perfect for the budding chef” kitchen connected to the main living and dining area, where I can easily imagine myself enjoying the company of my friends and family. A garden and “an over-sized rippling fish pond spilling off the study nook” contribute to a relaxing atmosphere for working from home. Featuring a master suite with walk in robe, spacious bathroom and mood-inducing windows, “this home is designed to indulge“.