With the return to school and the summer months gone, which for many of us means a busier work schedule, I thought it would be helpful to share some ideas to make flexible work and study spaces, that work for you, in your home.
Just as with every home, your condominium requires a little bit of love and attention to get ready for the warmer weather. So we’ve put together a few tips to get you ready for the return of balcony and terrace season.
What could I add to the wealth of knowledge that already exists on designing a child’s space that hasn’t already been said? In thinking about how to approach this topic, I decided to focus on themes of design that can be applied to a variety of aspects for placemaking, themes that pay off when creating a space that is adaptable for kids throughout their many stages of growth!
* Prices, specifications, sizes, floorplan, keyplate & occupancy are subject to change without notice. Maintenance & taxes are estimations only and are finalized on condominium registration. All dimensions are approximate and subject to normal construction variances. Dimensions may exceed the useable floor area. Actual usable floor space may vary from the stated floor area. Furniture is displayed for illustration purposes only and does not necessarily reflect the electrical plan for the suite. Suites are sold unfurnished. Balcony and Façade Variations may apply, contact a sales representative for further details. Furniture, BBQs and planter locations on terraces are for illustration purposes only and subject to change. E.&O.E. November 2020.