'Mulu', Mooloolaba

'Mulu' (tbc) will be a 'benchmark' mixed use multiple housing development at the gateway to the Sunshine Coast tourism mecca, Mooloolaba in Queensland.

The scheme extends the 'green' waterway foreshore into a new north east landscaped ‘Plaza’, activated with a series of ground level cafe restaurant and retail tenancies. A first floor commercial office podium including the clients headquarters sits beneath four levels of residential units and ‘penthouses’

The building is conceived as two 'thin' wings, open to north and south, breathable and embracing a central landscaped atrium. Vibrant retail spaces open to a new landscaped ‘Plaza’ to the North and enjoy the undulating scale of the street canopy edge, commercial offices form a defined horizontal podium with landscaped terraces and green screens above.

Residential mix allows various accomodation types including double height apartments allowing more to access the views over Mayes Canal and Point Cartwright headland to the North East.

Our design vision is for a landscape rich, exemplar mixed use building attuned to its place. Highly efficient in natural climate control, smart passive design which responds to the growing urban ‘Place’ of Mooloolaba whilst looking to the future of Sunshine Coast architecture.

 

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