WHO: The Liebke family
HOW: A difficult site with interesting and alluring but limited views; difficult
ground conditions but scope within the brief to adequately address all issues.
Unbridled artistic licence has resulted in a large residence moulded
intrinsically to the site and making the most of what it has to offer.
Functionally efficient, internally interesting and providing a variety of
internal and external ‘living’ spaces, the residence fulfills the brief
WHERE: Prince Henry Drive, Toowoomba, Queensland
WHY: To provide a family home with an incorporated but readily accessible
business office. The nature of the site dictated construction systems utilised.
Close liaison between the Architect and Builder, who is also the Owner, has
resulted in a very successful example of the resolved use of cast on site, tilt-
up concrete panels in residential architecture. All bedrooms and the
office have access to the limited views and, despite the rather odd shaped site,
all living spaces enjoy the northern aspect.