Carefully positioned internal atriums provide a brilliance to residences.

The central outdoor courtyard at Residence PH5 provides unexpected brightness to the entry foyer. Flush-sill pocketing sliding doors and Milano Grey marble make this courtyard feel like an extension of the living room.

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The living room and outdoor central courtyard (seen here at Residence 102) offer an expansive space for entertaining. Milano grey marble is used both indoors and outdoors, along with floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors, allowing for a unified interior and exterior experience.

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The use of natural materials is always timeless.

The long linear gas fireplaces at select upper-story residences complete the contemporary aesthetic and bestow warmth to the living rooms.

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The floor-to-ceiling, flush-sill, glass sliding doors blur the distinction between indoors and outdoors, making each balcony feel like an extension of the living room.

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Residence PH5 is unique in that it has curved corner windows, a long linear gas fireplace, and sliced dark-oak wood wall paneling with concealed doors. This residence was designed for entertaining.

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The 11-foot ceilings and glass sliding pocket doors create a seamless connection between the balcony and living room at Residence PH5.

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Seen here at Residence PH1, the indoor-outdoor aperitivo bars are a unique feature to all two-bedroom residences. Perfect for entertaining, the bar’s bi-folding windows stack open, so residents can be connected to the kitchen from the balcony.

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The elegance of simplicity. Hand-crafted to perfection.

In the spirit of minimalism, the kitchens’ sliced dark-oak, receding door cabinets can reveal or entirely conceal the kitchen for a clean aesthetic.

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Floating stainless-steel wall shelves, floor-to-ceiling sliced dark-oak wall panels, and Boschetto Nero marble countertops embody warm minimalism. Miele kitchen appliances can be completely hidden by double-receding door cabinets. Stacking, bi-folding windows over the aperitivo countertop create a seamless conversation between indoors and out.

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With its tapered edges and waterfall sides, the 11-foot Pietra Grey marble countertop at Residence 202 embodies the heart of the home.

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The bathrooms were designed to maximize natural light, and they seamlessly connect to outdoor courtyards.

The master bathrooms of all two-bedroom residences have separate shower and toilet compartments hidden behind fumed-glass doors. Minimalist satin-finish bathing tubs by Bain Ultra are flanked by in-floor lighting, and monolithic floating vanities have a leathered finish thanks to Nero Marquina marble.

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Framed above and below by mirrors, the master bathroom vanity at Residence 301 has a floating effect. Its wall-mounted satin-stainless-steel faucets complete the minimalist aesthetic.

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The master bedrooms at all two-bedroom residences feature dressing rooms behind the headboard divides, outfitted with fumed glass doors, integrated lighting, long and short hang, footwear shelves, garment drawers, and linen laundry drawers. Evoking the aesthetic of traditional area rugs, narrow planks of oak hardwood were used at the center of bedroom. The hand-worked tooling of the wood echo the look of woven rugs.

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Fumed glass is a lens to libraries of cloth.