There is no disputing the iconic location of Boonburrh. It is without doubt one of Australia’s most sought-after residential positions at the heart of Noosa’s National Park and directly across from pristine Little Cove’s surf break.
Designed by the visionary Frank Macchia, the concept behind this architectural marvel draws inspiration from the likes of Jeffrey Bawa. It seamlessly weaves together separate pavilions connected by open-air or partially covered walkways, perfectly harmonizing with the site’s topography and the subtropical surroundings. “The aesthetics, proportions and form on the other hand are a completely different inspiration. The dark, horizontal and light weight language was driven from a need to create a home that integrated as best as possible into a high-profile site.” – Frank Macchia
As a photographer, the opportunity to capture the home is nothing short of a career highlight. With limited time to access every corner, the experience was both fast-paced and exhilarating, a true delight for the senses. Boonburrh indulges the sight and senses with its deep, sensual tones, captivating textures, and evocative, moody lighting. It’s a residence that not only inspires creativity but also invites a profound connection to the people within and the shared natural surrounds.