Fulton Trotter Architects to design $100m senior living Community in Queensland

A brand new aged care accommodation facility on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast will be designed by Fulton Trotter Architects. Comprising 72 retirement living apartments, 36 villas, a 70-bed residential aged care service and an allied health care centre, the facility will encourage independent living and provide a support network with co-located living and care services.

Work is estimated to begin onsite in 2014 with a completion date set for 2015. As well as the health area residential blocks, there are also plans for various leisure amenities including a café, hairdresser, swimming pool, recreation centre and BBQ areas.

Mark Trotter, Director of aged care design specialists Fulton Trotter Architects, said: “We’re passionate about taking a deeply personal approach in our design process with our clients and the end-users of our buildings so that our senior living architecture instils a pride of place and ensure those who live and work there feel respected.”

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