Nuage Woolloongabba is an architectural vision of soft elegance, inspired by cloud formations, the delight of Australia subtropical climate, and the fine craftsmanship and rich materiality of Art Deco architecture and design. Nuage, meaning “cloud” in French, prefectly articulates the elegant glass tower forms floating above the filigree podium.
The dual curved towers feature shimmering metallic accents, a homage to the glamour and exuberance of Art Deco. Art Deco emerged in France in the 1920s and was defined by streamlined geometry broken up by curved ornamental elements and the use of ‘man made’ materials. It is associated with luxury and modernity, a celebration of avant-garde geometric forms and beautifully crafted materials.