City Garden Suite Feature: Living room December 13, 2023

At City Gardens, the art of urban living has been redefined through thoughtful design. Offering flexible and ample living rooms that cater to the diverse needs of its residents, Trillium Tower perfectly pairs luxury with functionality, setting the stage for a lifestyle that transcends the ordinary. We spoke to Kelson Group’s interior design director and lead, Trish Becher, to learn more about what residents will enjoy as they make this urban oasis their new home.

As Becher explained, the way homes look and feel drastically changed over the past few years. “At City Gardens, the shift from traditional layouts with specific purposed rooms to a more relaxed and open-concept design reflects a cultural evolution in how we utilize our living spaces,” she said.

The design concept behind Trillium involved Station One Architecture and Ron Fawcett, founder of Kelson Group, working alongside key members from sales, marketing, and design teams. This collaborative effort transcends generational and demographic lines, resulting in layouts that mirror the changing dynamics of prospective residents.

As a result, in compact and mid-sized units, the main living area is a versatile space, allowing residents to transform their homes based on their unique preferences and daily routines.

“The living spaces in the condominium homes at Trillium are flexible, even throughout the day. The larger the unit, the more flexible the space becomes,” added Becher.  “Where one might put a grand piano or a pool table, another might create a private art studio.”

Additionally, the large windows flood the living areas with abundant natural light, establishing a seamless connection to the outdoors. This intentional design not only maximizes the visual appeal of the units but also offers residents a harmonious blend of indoor luxury and outdoor serenity.

Acknowledging the diverse and every-changing needs of residents, City Gardens goes beyond traditional living room layouts, offering a versatile and open space to live and feel better. This innovative approach not only reflects a commitment to functionality but also invites residents to craft personalized sanctuaries, making it a true reflection of urban living redefined.

Author: Mandy Curtis Post Date: December 13, 2023

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