Joe Adsett’s Sunshine Coast apartment development, Lagune, given green light

Adsett is no stranger to the area, having been the lead architect of Honu, the beachfront project under construction next door by Holm Developments
Joe Adsett’s Sunshine Coast apartment development, Lagune, given green light
Render of the proposed Moffat Beach apartments. Credit: Joe Adsett Architects
Alison Warters July 7, 2022

Architect and developer Joe Adsett has been given the green light by the local council for Lagune, his first apartment project as a developer in the Sunshine Coast.

The developer lodged the plans with the Sunshine Coast Council back in February, giving Urban a first look at the proposed plans for the luxury five full floor apartments on the 638 sqm site.

Sitting on a rare north-facing avenue, atop the cliffs of Moffat Beach at 20 Queen of Colonies Parade, the project’s prime location will deliver panoramic views from the beach to Point Cartwright.

Joe Adsett’s Sunshine Coast apartment development, Lagune, given green light
Render of the proposed Moffat Beach apartments at 20 Queen of Colonies Parade. Credit: Joe Adsett Architects

Drawing inspiration from the surrounding natural elements of the coastline and local flora, Lagune creates an everlasting connection between the residents, environment and the community.

The luxury apartment will range in size from 270 sqm and will offer four bedrooms, three bathrooms, two living areas, a central courtyard, a kitchen with a butler's pantry, two car spaces, and direct lift access.

Each hosts well-proportioned spaces, arranged to maximise cross flow ventilation, along with natural light and functionality.

The sweeping arcs of the façade embrace the residences, boldly framing the views of the coastline and tastefully linking the building to its natural surroundings.

Two swimming pools will feature within Lagune, along with outdoor showers and a central courtyard.

Adsett is no stranger to the area, or even the street, having been the lead architect of Honu, the beachfront project under construction next door by Holm Developments.

The group also plans to take on Brisbane's affluent Kangaroo Point, submitting plans for a project dubbed River Arc, which will see 14 full-floor apartments built overlooking the Brisbane River.

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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