We submit for your Friday perusal a sleek residence of late Modern lines and pure 70s glamour and if certain sub-sets of design can evoke a place and time as genres of music do then this baby is sweet Yacht Rock all the way. Hefty horizontals, sculptural interiors, expanses of glass, timber and tile may initially obscure the age reading here, its timelessness owing to that elemental architecture and textures but which, when new, would have made for a ultra sophisticated and high-end statement in living the good life in the heady days of big deals, fast cars, opium perfume and Alpine cigarettes. Ooh la la.

**Update**Our instincts we’re correct, this is not only the work of a recognised architectural practice, Michael Bryce and Associates, but winner of the Queensland RAIA House of the Year 1981! Many thanks to Jack Bryce for the update and the home’s true name.