With 280 degree views incorporating the Brisbane CBD with privacy from all neighbours the Baroona House sits proudly as an entertainer’s delight. The home is a self-proclaimed fusion of American mid-century modernism and tropical Singaporean contemporary design. When discussing the client brief, Thallon Mole Group’s Director Andy Thallon, had the below to say.
Situated on a sloping site, Graphic House sits as a proud homage to modernist architecture. The project was a highly specified design, drawn and built to harness its panoramic views. Each level emits a sense of openness and flow with its accessibility and light materials yet takes special consideration of the inhabitant’s privacy through designing […]
Situated in the suburb of Auchenflower, Hill House sits proud as a modern four-story Queenslander amongst its traditional neighbours. Designed by Shaun Lockyer Architects, this modern sub-tropical home challenges the traditional typology of the 20th century Queenslander vernacular and shifts it into the modern 21st century. Allowing for a light and connected home that sits […]
A journey that began in the 90’s. Thallon Mole Group was an idea that began in the minds of Andrew Thallon and Bruce Mole. Two hardworking chippy’s with the ambition to take on challenging construction projects that leave a lasting impression. Thallon Mole Group didn’t begin glamorous and many carports in Brisbane owe their craftmanship […]