Raunik Design Group

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Raunik Design Group
120 Ashmore Road BENOWA QLD 4217 Australia

Raunik Design Group is a multi-disciplinary design group based on the Gold Coast, in Queensland, Australia. We provide professional consultancy services in the disciplines of architecture, urban and regional master planning and interior design. Specialty areas include Resort Design and Planning, Luxury housing, medium to high Residential developments, commercial developments and land planning.

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Lake House

Gold Coast, 2009

Contemporary in its presentation and incorporating the finest materials available, this exciting home is filled with character, light, space, warmth and proportion. From the moment you enter the grand entrance you will be aware that this is no ordinary residence. Double height glass, featuring the jewelled hues of contemporary stained glass windows sets the theme of the home. Gourmet kitchen with granite benches overlook water & skyline. Large dual zoned alfresco entertaining area flows seamlessly on to a stunning 12m saltwater fully tiled pool featuring LED lighting. The upstairs features a spacious living room and study with 3 generous bedrooms including a huge main suite featuring an exquisite ensuite with spa and large walk in dressing room. Separate executive office with its own entrance. The partitions that separate the games and media room slide effortlessly away to ensure maximum flexibility of the floor plan.

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Varsity Mixed Use

Gold Coast, 2011

This mixed use project comprises 121 three bedroom student apartments with 1150M2 of retail/commercial uses on the ground floor. The eight storey building will figure prominantly on the main entry boulevard approach to varsity lakes. Strong forms and the effective use of color and materials have been used to highlight the building. At the same time, careful choice of materials were critical to both minimise ongoing building maintenance and satisfy the brief

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Townsville, 2009

The new $93 million Harbourside residential and hotel building, comprising 140 serviced hotel apartments and 22 upmarket private residences, features cutting-edge architectural design that will revitalise the city’s iconic Palmer Street. The building will stand apart with an innovative exterior designed to reflect its waterside surroundings. The exterior will feature clean, modern lines with an ocean-themed colour scheme using white, dark charcoal and blues to accentuate architectural elements. The focus of the design was to position the building in such a way that it would maximize vistas over the water and out to the islands, allowing hotel guests and residents to fully appreciate their surroundings. As such, most apartments have large balconies which provide views from both bedroom and living areas, so people can take in the view, enjoy indoor/outdoor living as well as good lighting and cross-ventilation. A range of balustrades define sections of the building and create a point of difference between the resort and residential levels in the upper section of the building.


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