A mix of stone, timber and bricks create texture and warmth throughout.The contemporary design is complemented by a carefully curated selection of building materials, many new to the Australian market.Bricks imported from Denmark define the facade, while Italian tiles, Laminam benchtops and Polytec cabinetry feature inside. More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa7 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag1 day agoLow-level lighting sets the mood in the master suite.The latest C-Bus home control technology takes everyday luxury to the next level while a lighting expert was consulted to achieve ultimate ambience.“Rather than flood the house with 73 downlights, we like to use a lot of LED and very low-level lighting in conspicuous places, such as under benches, in curtain rebates and in bathroom cabinetry,” Mr Cowling said. “Low-level lighting brings that beautiful ambience to the house of an evening which is very important in all of our homes.” The well-appointed outdoor entertaining area overlooks The Pines golf course.“It’s basically a north-facing home with south-facing views,” Mr Cowling said. “On any day in winter, you can be sitting in that courtyard, having a coffee and reading the paper, with the sun shining on you. “During summer, you can be on the other side of the house, shaded from the sun and enjoying the magnificent golf course views. “It’s a beautiful home to be in all year round.” Comfortable furniture in neutral tones equals understated luxury.Indeed, The Parkway project isn’t the Cowling’s first in Sanctuary Cove – the four-bedroom house they built on 2230 Arnold Palmer Dr, Sanctuary Cove smashed the Australian sales record for a house fronting a golf course when it sold for $6.5 million in 2018.The couple snapped up another block inside The Master’s Enclave, where they completed another Joe Adsett designed house which they moved into at Christmas. “We’ve settled and we absolutely love it,” Mr Cowling said. “We’ve got no intentions to move from here for some time to come.”The price on 2205 The Parkway is available upon application to Matt Gates and Trish Edwards of Ray White Prestige – Surfers Paradise. The modern design at 2205 The Parkway, Sanctuary Cove is a talking point.IT takes a certain kind of residence to impress the locals inside Queensland’s most exclusive gated community. From the day building began on 2205 The Parkway, the Joe Adsett design has been a major talking point in Hope Island’s Sanctuary Cove community.“The architectural design is so different from anything else in the street and in the neighbourhood,” said owner Michael Cowling, who has put the newly completed home to market with wife Michelle. “A lot of people who couldn’t understand it while it was being built have now been through and the reviews have been magnificent.” The design captures light on the northern side and golf course views to the south.Overlooking The Pines golf course, the state-of-the-art single-level residence has been thoughtfully designed to take full advantage of a lifestyle built around golf and entertaining in the Queensland climate.The outdoor entertaining area on the southern side capitalises on views of the golf course while 3m high glass doors off the front courtyard invite sunlight and warmth into the northern side of the home.