The Black Hawk project, designed by Gerard Smith Design, is a stunning example of luxury coastal resort living. Situated on a secluded hinterland site near Noosa Heads, this contemporary home is surrounded by picturesque bushland, offering a sense of private solitude and tranquility. 

The design concept features a simple yet striking palette of moody black stained timber, concrete, and glass. The use of extensive glass allows each room to embrace the breathtaking views of the surrounding bushland, blurring the boundaries between indoors and outdoors. 

With meticulous detailing throughout, this timeless and tasteful design truly pushes the boundaries of modern architecture. The highlight of the property is a large resort-style pool that seamlessly blends with the natural landscape, creating a captivating views of the lush greenery and the reflection of the pool. 

Whether you seek a peaceful retreat or a space for entertaining, the Black Hawk project offers the perfect balance of privacy and togetherness. Peruse the images of Black Hawk and immerse yourself in the beauty of nature and the comforts of luxurious living in this extraordinary coastal haven.

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Multi-award winning Australian Luxury Home Designers based in Noosa Heads, Sunshine Coast. Gerard Smith Design defines the very benchmark of Australian coastal luxury, sculpting creative living spaces inspired by space and light, form and function. Every aspect of each design, from construction to interior finishes, has been carefully considered with dedication to innovative and sustainable design principles.

Specialising in both residential and commercial developments, Gerard Smith Design offers full design and documentation service for clients specialising in new homes, renovations, medium density residential developments and commercial developments.

Full design and documentation service is offered to include schematic design, design development, working drawings, interior design, lighting design, furniture design, product design and landscape design.

“I view buildings as ‘real life’ tangible sculptures that we have the fortune of being able to walk through, experience, work and live in. What is felt inside these sculptures affects the way we feel and live on a daily basis. I feel very fortunate to be entrusted by clients to create buildings that not only serve a specific function, but buildings that provide spaces beyond their function that are beautiful to be in.” – Gerard Smith

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