Mar 20, 2018
At a time when important decisions are constantly being made and the idea of community becoming more and more pivotal in people’s lives, the thought of furnished condominium spaces is a wonderfully appealing option for many, especially young and starting families.
After all, these pre-designed spaces already come with a little soul and personal meaning. That they also have the capacity for transformation in various iterations—studio, one-bedroom, semi-furnished, garden views—gives condominiums an emotionally satisfying leverage owing to the forward-thinking lifestyle high rise living naturally affords.
Taking after a similar approach, developments like The Grove by Rockwell looks for alternative ways to create a new definition of family lifestyle. Cues like spacious living units, professionally designed units that feel like home, and move-in ready spaces all help in changing the thought process of “What else do we need as a family?” to “What else should we do now as a family?” Given the pervasive sense of relief provided by these conveniences, today’s condominiums, in essence, humanizes urban settings and allows social interactions to flourish.
But it isn’t a mystery as to how residential developments in dense locations actually pull it off. For one, visual amenities exist to bring the inside out in refreshing new directions; that is, decks with beautiful pools, jogging paths, expansive green spaces for outdoor recreation, and basketball courts all facilitate a free flow of humans to foster stronger ties from the ground up. Throw in a dance studio and a gym into the mix and the horizons become endless. What happens then is that communities are nurtured and connected from within personal spaces up in the sky down to public facilities alongside fellow residents.
Behind such exteriors though, the wealth of room upgrades and living updates practically crackles with energy that many naturally look for: spaces that actually grow with the family. From bare 23 sq.m studios to fully furnished 74 sq.m two-bedroom units, the spaces adopt a blueprint that offers flexibility and relief from the hassle of starting from scratch. That said, there’s still a lot of personalization possible albeit in details that matter—a punch of color here, a sharp angle there—to incite meaningful design conversations.
And by going further with its reimagining of family life, The Grove by Rockwell guides a new generation of families into a more collective, connected future. That by encouraging people to find spaces that already feels like home, they will find themselves right where they should be.