GLASSHOUSE

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10 Goodwin Terrace
Burleigh Heads Queensland

Within Australia's most desirable beachfront enclave, a new level of luxury is being created. Sourcing the world's finest natural materials, local artisans and generations of skilled hands have come together to craft three impossibly beautiful residences born from the Burleigh headland.

A parcel of land so rare insisted on an architectural response like no other, a location engulfed in the most impressive collection of natural inspirations granted the freedom to design the impossible.

Glasshouse is an architectural response that captures and amplifies the qualities of such an extraordinary place - something that was as distinctive and rare as the site itself. It's an offering stridently new to not only Burleigh Heads, but the South East Coast entirely.

These are three custom sanctuaries defined completely by divine location and finish. Drawing inside the sound of waves, salt-laden breezes and tempered, sub-tropical sunlight.

A place where the outside wonder is architecturally mirrored indoors, where all elements are a reflection of landscape, suspended between Burleigh's rugged headland and ocean.

Expansive residences that rival the size of most homes are designed to establish an immersive ocean front experience. Framed by fluted glass walls, Glasshouse both abstracts and champions an exhilarating coastal location. It's a sanctuary that amplifies the divine qualities of an impeccable location.

Every aspect of Glasshouse is a triumph - from the breathtaking individuality of living environments to the authenticity of stone materials and the skill of the artisans' craft. Sculptural island benches and bathroom vanities forged in the finest Italian stone serve both in function and statement.

Every element of these three residences is a consideration of the highest of luxuries. Unrivalled in size, setting and standard, Glasshouse has been cultivated with excellence by bureau^proberts, CUSP and Spyre Group.

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