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Moorooka House in Brisbane, Queensland

4 Nov 2020

Architects: Tonic Design

Location: Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

Moorooka House Brisbane

Photos by Christopher Frederick Jones

Moorooka House

A home that boasts high ceilings, sculpted voids and an abundance of natural light; Moorooka House is a project Tonic Design nurtured for a few years. Working with incredible clients, and ensuring each of their ‘must haves’ were met, Tonic Design believe they have created a home that has been meticulously designed, and suits the lifestyle needs of a large busy family.

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A light filled sanctuary, offering escape for both parents and children whilst surrounded by greenery, trees and landscaping.

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Client Testimonial
I would recommend TONIC to anyone considering a renovation and new build. They worked with us and delivered an awesome design that catered for all of our family (3 children of varying ages and interests) and our busy family lifestyle. The final completed project now well and truly feels like our home and has completed surpassed our own expectations and initial vision of what was possible.

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Also, We both really like the title here “Bricks and Light” and the project description.

Moorooka House in Queensland

Moorooka House in Brisbane, QLD – Building Information

Design: Tonic Design
Project size: 320
Completion date: 2018
Building levels: 2

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Photography: Christopher Frederick Jones

Moorooka House in Brisbane, Queensland images / information received 041120 from Tonic Design

Location: Brisbane, Queensland, Northeast Australia


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