The Patterson

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DEVELOPER: Mosaic Property Group
CATEGORY: Multi-Unit Residential
CERTIFICATION: Ecosystems, Waste, Energy, Materials, Water, Community

Boasting a rare, riverside location in Toowong, just minutes from Brisbane’s CBD, The Patterson is a limited collection of just 66, 2- and 3- bedroom apartments and Sky Homes over 16 levels.

Designed in partnership with Rothelowman, The Patterson will establish a new residential benchmark for Toowong and a lasting legacy for Brisbane. The building’s architectural form is sculptural and robust, while generous, superbly appointed interiors epitomise modern luxury and comfort.

Residents will also enjoy an extensive range of exceptional amenities. A rooftop recreation level boasts an infinity-edge pool, fire pit, multiple dining and entertaining zones, and priceless, panoramic views of the Brisbane River, Mount Coot-tha and the city skyline.

Mosaic Property Group is incredibly mindful of the footprint they leave behind, not just on communities but also on the environment. Some of the sustainability measures being undertaken at The Patterson are:

  • Design is environmentally responsive. Protective precast panels and form articulation leverage the site’s most valuable aspects (northern sun and city views) while sheltering from the western sun and reducing noise pollution.
  • Double-glazed windows and doors improve acoustics, ventilation, lighting, and solar protection, reducing energy costs.
  • A gross pollutant trap filters stormwater runoff, ensuring water pumped into the stormwater system is free of pollutants.
  • Sustainability initiatives beyond regulatory requirements include LED lighting and 10kw of solar panels.
  • Water-wise initiatives include a drip irrigation system, rainwater storage tanks, a rain sensor system, and stormwater capture and reuse.
  • Native plant species reduce the need for additional watering and fertiliser.
  • Considerable steps are taken to ensure the heat island effect is reduced though:
    • A light-coloured roof
    • The use of materials such as glass, engineered wood, concrete and aluminium
    • Raised rooftop planting areas to maximise vegetation cover
    • Shading pergolas installed on the rooftop
  • A minimum of 90% (by volume) of demolition, land clearing and civil works materials/product (including vegetative debris) is being recycled towards the final product.
  • Energy-efficient lifts result in no machine rooms, intelligent automation, and standby modes.
  • The development will use concrete with more than 30% supplementary cement materials and more than 30% of recycled aggregate, PVC products supplied from an ISO 14001 certified supplier or equivalent.
  • Aluminium windows frames comprised of 20% recycled material will be installed.

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