Retirement Residence, Westboro

The retirement residence in Westboro is an elegant blend of warm colors and contemporary elements. Rich woods are combined with glazing to create a sense of transparency yet at the same time a sense of intimacy.

Wenge and Zebrano veneers are combined in different combinations throughout the common areas of the ground floor and the Vitalis floor creating a sense of style that rivals that of a 5 star boutique hotel.

Fireplaces clad in stone tile and wenge veneer panels create beautiful, eye catching focal points both in the fireside lounge and in the pub.

The spa is like a serene hidaway - a relaxing atmosphere that will enable you to re-charge or invigorate. One can experience the soothing sounds of the waterfall at the entry or take note of the sparkling, small glass copper mosaic tiles that are the backdrop of the reception desk and in the massage/treatment rooms.

Elegance and refinement at its best!
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The reception desk is accented by lighting features above and underneath the desk. Custom millwork in light and dark wood allows the area to feel welcoming. Custom panel behind the desk contains the company name/logo.
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Dining room - custom millwork walls are used to segregate seating areas.
“Dividers” — Donna Woods
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The dining room reflect the neutral colour palette used throughout but also contains various ceiling lit coves to heighten the feel of the room. The combination of natural and artificial light might give the presumption of being outside.
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In contrast to the neutral colour palette used in the other spaces of this retirement residence, the bar has a splash of blue to "lively up" the space. The fireplace has a stone surround with windows to the hall on both sides. hubbardton forge wall sconces and pendant are chosen for this area, rustic but contemporary.
“basement bar” — Michelle Schildgen
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Exterior of the retirement residence is a fusion of brick, glass and panels. Horizontal and vertical references are evident.
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Another view of the hall. Glass partitions open up the space but also create privacy.
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The lounge area was designed to be a warm and welcoming space with a neutral colour palette and effective seating arrangements. Recessed lighting is place on the perimeter of the bulkhead and art displayed on the mantle.
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Another view of the dining room from the front entrance. Custom millwork was used for the hostess's desk.
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Hallways contain special feature such as large niches with accessories, display lighting, attractive furniture and an appealing carpet design.
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The spa contains various organically curved walls and natural features such as this waterfall to reflect nature and relaxation. Reflective tiles are used to emphasis the reception desk against its wood finish.
“Shallow waterfall” — Creative Interiors Partnership
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Custom feature such as this niche are designed throughout the space. Art and accessories and accented by recessed lighting. Natural materials like stone and wood are intended for residents to feel relaxed and comfortable.
“Tilework” — aliaanadzim
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Another custom feature.
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“curved wall for tv” — kantorjill
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Another view of the hallway that displays the entrances into the spa/salon. Glass + wood partitions are used to open up the space and create views from the hall.
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The meeting room reflects professionalism and elegance with a lit ceiling cove, elegant pendants and lamps.
“Sideboard” — Hana Hamzah
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Games room for the residence contains a pool table, chess table and various seating. Colour palette used throughout is reflected in this space and creates a relaxing atmosphere. The custom wood paneled walls throughout have reveals to balance the wall and some contain sconces.
“Game room and built-in” — Jennie Marsh
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