Brisbane townhome of the week, Cornelia Edition, Cannon Hill

Brisbane townhome of the week, Cornelia Edition, Cannon Hill
Brisbane townhome of the week, Cornelia Edition, Cannon Hill

Situated in the heart of Brisbane's Cannon Hill, is the latest boutique townhome development by Azure, Cornelia Edition

Drawing design cues from the work of American lifestyle photographer, Slim Aarons, Cornelia Edition boasts the same level of glamour depicted in the photographer's Palm Springs collection.  

We caught up with Trent Keirnan, Director of Azure, to learn more about the inspiration behind the development and what makes these properties unique. 

Brisbane townhome of the week, Cornelia Edition, Cannon Hill
Cornelia Edition. Image supplied.

Urban.com.au: Which aspects of Cornelia Edition are you most proud of and why?

Trent Keirnan: We are most proud of the communal pool and entertainment facility in the centre core of the community. The purity achieved with the modernist designed pavilion, aptly equipped with a feature palm tree growing through the centre and multiple recreational zones from lounge, dining to sun beds ensure that the terrace owners have a large private recreational space to enjoy the benefits of the south east Queensland climate.

Brisbane townhome of the week, Cornelia Edition, Cannon Hill
Cornelia Edition. Image supplied.

U: If a buyer was deciding between Cornelia Edition and a similar residential development in the area, what do you think makes Cornelia Edition unique and the favourable option? 

TK: The location of Cornelia is second to none. To be in an elevated position, surrounded on three sides by a 2.6 hectare public park and with a North-eastern interface to the new Golf Course is truly irreplaceable.

Brisbane townhome of the week, Cornelia Edition, Cannon Hill
Cornelia Edition. Image supplied.

U: In your opinion, what are some of the best amenities on-site or nearby?

TK: The new Golf course is to be a once in a generation opportunity. As the first course to be built this close to the CBD of Brisbane in 70 years and with Cornelia having a direct interface to one of the holes the natural amenity in the communities surrounds from, parks to connected bikeways and with the convenience of good public transport Cornelia ticks all the boxes.

Brisbane townhome of the week, Cornelia Edition, Cannon Hill
Cornelia Edition. Image supplied.

U: What was the inspiration behind the design of the development?

TK: The Cornelia design borrows from the purity of true modernist design and the way it has been previously adapted to golf course / resort style living. From the spindle palms as a nod to Palm Springs to the repetition of form adorned using the simple palette of white render, stone and timber whilst all nestled amongst the soft lush landscape, Cornelia is deliberately intended to juxtapose its self from the neighbouring houses.

Brisbane townhome of the week, Cornelia Edition, Cannon Hill
Cornelia Edition. Image supplied.

U: If you had to use only five words to describe Cornelia Edition, what would they be? 

TK: Striking, functional, private, serene and timeless

Olivia Round

Olivia Round

Olivia Round is the Features Editor of urban.com.au. Olivia specialises in news reporting, in-depth editorial content and video + podcast interviews with industry experts.

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