Luciana is an architecturally designed, two storey, east-facing home. Designed by Gold Coast’s own Adam Beck from BDA Architecture. Luciana is a modern, four-bedroom ensuited home with ‘family and relaxation’ the brief for this practical, functional and timeless-styled home.
From the street, Luciana has stunning appeal with its stone façade, blades and roof angle designs. Once you enter the residence it is apparent that the emphasis for the home was on a ‘Light and Airy’ feel. The double void was essential to this feel. These high voids and open plan kitchen, dining and lounge areas blend to the back exterior entertaining area, which over-looks the incredible Gold Coast skyline, giving an expansive feel to the entire space. The kitchen is light and fresh with a working scullery and decorative wine display. Within the kitchen is a ‘Hub at Home’ for console charging within the drawer, designed to keep the bench free from clutter. Off the main living area is also an open courtyard, an addition to the ‘light’ feel as the sun spills in throughout the day as it moves across the sky. This living area includes a custom stone fireplace creating warmth within this vast space.
Luciana illuminates and truly meets the initial brief in all aspects and it is hard to look past the detail in the finishes, a signature of Clamroc Constructions.
‘We were introduced to Clamroc Construction by our architect. In particular, Tony was very thorough, honest and professional. It was easy to see his commitment with our project. We liked his upfront attitude and the passion he demonstrated towards his work. He was always a great listener with immediate and precise feedback to our questions. We couldn’t recommend Clamroc highly enough. Their work is outstanding in quality, efficiency and, very important, problem solving. They go the extra mile, keeping communication easy and open and finding solutions for the obstacles along the way. They simply delivered high quality, delivered on his promises and made our experience much smoother. We couldn’t be happier with Clamroc’s work.’