This opulent five-bedroom home has everything from a refreshing pool to a large terrace space that offers unabated views of the surrounding landscape. The home clubs open living with ample privacy to offer the best of both worlds.
The structure of the home mimics the letter ‘H’ in its form with the living dining and lounge spaces forming the central hub while the personal quarters and the bedrooms are confined to the flanks on both sides. The interiors are both spacious and well ventilated with extravagant use of glass being an apparent feature all around. The passages to the wings are compressed between gently moving water courses inspired by the canals of Suzhou and Venice.
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The interiors of the units are bright white with gleaming wooden flooring recessed lighting and metal accents. Light and airy each residence has a spacious feel that celebrates modern living at its finest:
Designers of Seta House created a structure which is constantly connected with the world outside. An open plan means that the first floor sports a living room a dining space a kitchen that are all rolled into a cool ‘social area’.