Bellata Street

An exceptional modern design from Tim Stuart Architects, recently completed in The Gap.


Waverley Street



Alexandra Road

Spacious and refined

This Alexandra Road project is a shining example of how visionary design and high ambition have the power to transform a space. Shaun Lockyer Architects came on board with Black Developments and turned what was once a 12-bedroom boarding house into a true architectural masterpiece.


Bennison Street

A bold concept

Personifying a bold and modern style, this two-storey split-level home is set to truly stand out from its neighbours. The striking Shaun Lockyer Architects-designed project is currently underway on Bennison Street in the character precinct of Ascot.  


Crase Street

Every conceivable luxury

Perched amongst rolling hills and lush greenery of New Farm, Crase Street is modern living at its finest. This project was the result of the combined dream of Matt and Caitlyn Lancashire alongside Channon Architects. The house showcases the shared determination for excellence between its owners, designers and builder.


Larissa Street

Mid-century Palm Springs modernism

This high-set house located in the quiet outer northern suburbs of Brisbane has made quite the impression, with its distinct style earning it the 2018 AIA Brisbane Regional Award. Typical of its style, the primary upper floor living areas were disconnected from the yard, whilst under the house was not at a legal height for habitable rooms – challenges our team wholeheartedly took on. This is an exciting new house design for inspiring clients, with decorative brick, hovering roofs, light-filled spaces and mid-century Palm Springs modernism colliding in Geebung, Brisbane.


Bowler Street

The team at Black Developments will never shy away from a challenge, which is why we were thrilled by the opportunity to rejuvenate this classic Paddington Queenslander. The aim was to keep the original character and charm of the home while adding a twist of modern finishes and details, while working around the tricky foundations of a 690-square-metre sloping block. A 10-metre-long custom glass roof and impeccable blackwood veneer joinery are just some of the standout features on this impressive project.


Hebe Street

Set in one of the most prestigious streets in leafy Bardon, this architectural collaboration has been crafted to last the ages for an active family with a love of entertaining. This prominent yet private home is set on an expansive 741sqm parcel of land and has been completed to the most exacting detail courtesy of a dream partnership between DAH Architecture and Black Developments. Committed to perfecting both design and form, no sacrifice has been made in creating a family residence that offers absolutely everything on even the most demanding of wish lists.


Alperton Road

Under Construction


Ormond Street

Under Construction


Ashmole Street

Unique and architectural with an industrial edge

Black Developments has combined design and quality construction to create this stylish dual-storey statement house in Camp Hill. With its cooling north-east aspect to the rear, a wide 20-metre-plus frontage and commanding facade with modern architectural lines, this home’s street presence is second to none. Unique, architectural and with an industrial edge, this home was designed and built to the highest standard.


Harris Street

A Hamptons-inspired haven

A classic character Queenslander has undertaken a serious upgrade to become this Hamptons-inspired haven. Designed with a family-friendly lifestyle in mind, the Harris Street project combines aesthetics and function to create a space that is both welcoming and beautiful.



Tim Stewart Architects (TSA) have been working with Black Developments to deliver a luxury family home in the western suburbs of Brisbane. TSA have been impressed with the attention to detail Black Developments have brought to this project, and the professional manner Tim Black and Steve Smith have been dealing with the clients throughout all stages of the build. Black have accommodated client requests for minor design alterations during construction, and where required have offered their advice in achieving the desired architectural design outcome and managing the client budget. A successful project requires an open and collaborative partnership between client, architect and builder. In the case of our experience with Black Developments we certainly feel this has been achieved.

We would welcome the opportunity to work with Tim Black and his team on another project in the future, and would recommend his services for any potential clients embarking on the construction of their dream residential home.

Tim Stewart Architects