Inspection by Appointment
THE AREA OF TENERIFFE HAS A RICH HISTORY IN THE QUEENSLAND WOOL TRADE. THE FIRST WOOL STORE WAS BUILT IN 1909, WITH ANOTHER THREE STORES OPENING BY 1915. ANOTHER NINE WOOL STORES WERE BUILT, WITH THE LAST TWO CONSTRUCTED DURING THE 1950s.
Renowned architects designed these imposing buildings to represent the commercial success Australian wool producers experienced in the early 20th Century. As container ships forced cargo shipments to the Port of Brisbane at the mouth of the river, wool trading at Teneriffe ceased. Through the conversion of these wool stores and factories to residential apartments, the area has been transformed from a riverside industrial hub to a mostly high-density residential area.
Fabric is just a brief stroll to the riverfront – the silky water threads throughout Teneriffe’s past and present. The wharf shaped this area: an old naval base and centre of Queensland’s wool trade, dictating the form of the neighbourhood’s industrial heritage and construction. Today, the Brisbane River is still intrinsic: for its ferry terminal and transport links; for cafés with uninterrupted water views; and for exercise – run, jog, ride or simply meander along the boardwalk.
With exclusive access limited to residents and patrons, the rooftop amenity provided here takes Fabric into the realm of the extraordinary.There’s room to breathe freely in the residents’ only yoga and reflection retreat, overlooking the cityscape, maybe preparing for the day ahead. Or use the space to decompress before hitting the neighbourhood nightlife.Pool, sundeck, designer furnishings, barbecue facilities, and private dining areas, complete this exceptional outdoor habitat that renders Fabric the only development of this calibre in Teneriffe.
FABRIC HAS A DEFINITE INDUSTRIAL-LUXE DESIGN ETHOS, WHICH IS SUFFUSED THROUGHOUT THE FIBRE AND FEEL OF THE BUILDING.
These are undoubtedly captivating interiors, with an elegant dialectic playing off the glamour of contemporary design set against a hard edge of engineered history. Materials are both raw and polished; finishes are both textured and smooth; metal is set against mirror; soft carpet contrasts with premium flooring.The apartments are further enhanced beyond the ordinary by smart design features such as sliding panels that immediately convert the use of space, bespoke feature walls, and elements of black framing.
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