For prospective condominium purchasers, two-dimensional visual stimuli such as renderings and floorplans often aren't enough. To provide buyers with a more immersive experience, developers include lavish model suites in their presentation centers. The beautifully designed interiors of these model suites are purpose-built to show the full potential of the space to those who visit.
The 930 square-foot model suite at Eastons Group’s remarkable King Blue Condos presentation centre is no exception. The inviting three-bedroom layout, (here presented as two bedrooms plus a den), is designed by award-winning interior design firm Munge Leung. It features high quality materials and finishes which display the firm’s meticulous attention to detail. After passing through the front hall, those entering the suite are greeted by the kitchen, with its granite counter island, glass backsplashes, and panel-covered appliances.
The open concept unit also features a combined dining area and living room, complete with a roughed in cable connection in the wall (no wires will hang from a mounted flatscreen TV!), as well as a den/study with both lacquer paneled and leather upholstered walls.Den in King Blue model suite, image courtesy of Munge + Leung
Alessandro Munge described the design process: “What we were trying to do was to capture a modern aesthetic, but modern doesn’t have to mean white on white – it can also mean layering of neutral colours and warm textures to create depth. We were not out to create an austere art gallery feel here, instead, we hope the suites we designed inspire purchasers of the potential they can realize within the space”. Munge Leung is also designing the interiors for the luxurious amenities at King Blue Condominiums.
The building's presentation centre will open to the public in the coming weeks. If you would like to see the suite for yourself, links to the project's official registration page can be found in the UrbanToronto dataBase listing, where you can also find additional information and renderings. To join in the discussion, check out the related forum thread, here.