How Pyco's apartment project, Nouveau fits into its Albion surrounds

Taking on its setting, Pyco’s latest residential development, Nouveau presents a contemporary interpretation of Albion’s historic architectural character. 
How Pyco's apartment project, Nouveau fits into its Albion surrounds
Render of the rooftop deck pool area looking out to the Brisbane city skyline
Alison Warters September 23, 2022

The lively inner-city suburb of Albion has fast become a mouthwatering hotbed of cafés, craft breweries and culinary pioneers. 

Home to not one, but two artisan collectives, the trendy neighbourhood boasts an ever-growing array of food, retail and dining destinations. 

From local coffee roasters, to fine French cuisine, nestled amongst semi-industrial surrounds, Albion has it all and is only poised to continue to flourish. 

With nearby Albion Station just three stops from Central, the suburb is also well connected to the greater Brisbane region.  

On weekends, venture out for coffee in Albion, grab a cocktail in Fortitude Valley or wander your own backyard for the city’s best food, drink. Add into the mix a whole world of outdoor activity, retail and recreation and you have one of Brisbane’s most desirable suburbs to live.

Taking on its setting, Pyco’s latest residential development, Nouveau presents a contemporary interpretation of Albion’s historic architectural character. 

Distinctive arched terraces speak to the suburbs quintessential Queenslander verandas, whilst the building's base-brick foundation calls to mind the neighbourhood’s enduring industrial heritage. 

The double-height, two storey sky homes offer inner-city living without compromising on space, inspired by Albion’s heritage fabric whilst maintaining a future-forward design. 

The collection of 42 sub-tropical townhomes sit in an elevated position, leveraging on its enviable hill-top location for city views across neighbouring suburbs and the Brisbane city skyline.

“This is a development uniquely suited to its surrounds. In a suburb defined by it’s industrial character, Albion’s architectural heritage is reflected in Nouveau’s striking façade—a sophisticated interplay of brickwork, concrete and natural greenery that blends seamlessly into the local streetscape.”

Nouveau’s apartments have been curated under a single loaded design, which means the residences run right through the building. 

The ground floor residences will feature their own front entry, with a private yard at the rear, to mirror the feeling of a traditional home, while the rooftop residences will enjoy oversized private rooftop terraces.

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Alison Warters

Alison Warters is a property journalist for Urban, based in Sydney. Alison is especially interested in the evolution of the New Build/Development space, when it comes to design innovation and sustainability.

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