WoodN sunshades and external cladding take center stage even in Australia, at the Cranbrook Residences Bella Vista in Sydney
Featuring the shades Lagorai and Cuba, WoodN sunshades enhance the design of the exclusive retirement residences in Sydney’s Hills District.
Sophisticated, modern, luxurious and with every creature comfort. The housing units at Cranbrook Residences Bella Vista in Sydney offer the highest standard of retirement living you could ever hope for. And part of the credit for this excellence can be attributed to the design of the houses, enhanced by WoodN sunshades and external cladding.
Cranbrook Residences Bella Vista is located in the Norwest suburb of the Hills District and ensures what its staff euphemistically dub “a less ordinary life”. Winners of the Property Council of Australia Innovation & Excellence Award 2019, the retirement facility offers an unparalleled luxury experience. In this corner of Australia, surrounded by the green hills of the Castle Hill Country Club Golf Course, every need is catered for. In fact, the spaces designed for guests include a wellness center with swimming pool, a fitness center with various personal trainers, a library, a cinema, rooms for art and reflection and much more.
But what is truly striking is the high-quality standards of the housing units. Each residence features a modern look and the freedom to customize rooms in keeping with personal taste. Every space, from the kitchen, to the living rooms, the bedroom and bathrooms exudes an air of prestige, enhanced by incomparable finishes. And some of the most remarkable are the WoodN engineered wood external claddings and the WoodN sunshades in the shades Cuba and Lagorai.
In particular, WoodN sunshades allow tenants to regulate outside light, while meeting their need for privacy. And, in addition to guaranteeing superior performance, WoodN sunshades ensure the highest standards in terms of aesthetics and eco-sustainability. The same properties characterize WoodN brushed-finish external claddings, also selected on account of their decorative properties and as well as certified properties in terms of safety (resistant to fire and to the strongest gusts of wind, above all).