Set in concrete

Luxury means something different to all of us. For the owner of this multi-award-winning home on the Gold Coast, it means a home of bold contrasts where outdoor spaces are given as much priority as indoor spaces and an unconventional layout adds interest and intrigue while simultaneously enhancing liveability.

Employing textured concrete as a principal building material, something traditionally associated with brutalist architecture, the Queensland home, dubbed Cove House, has been described as robust but thanks to the

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