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Sculpture Park Living at MOUNT PAVILIA

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Mount Pavilia First-Ever Sculpture Park Living In Clear Water Bay

The bucolic charm of Clear Water Bay inspires art entrepreneur Adrian Cheng to create a Sculpture Park Living concept, the first of its kind in the district, at MOUNT PAVILIA as a continuing realisation of New World Development’s The Artisanal Movement that he pioneered.

PUBLISHED : Monday, 26 June, 2017, 9:25am
UPDATED : Monday, 26 June, 2017, 9:25am

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Hong Kong’s back garden

Picturesque Clear Water Bay provides the perfect backdrop to experience Sculpture Park Living to the fullest. The back garden of Hong Kong [1], Clear Water Bay offers over 10,000 hectares of verdant greenery [2] only half an hour away from Central [3]. The antithesis of the city centre with its frenetic pace and soaring skyscrapers, the idyllic arcadia offers a welcoming escape from the hustle and bustle of the metropolis. A craggy peninsula in Southeastern Hong Kong, Clear Water Bay is fringed by a country park on its east coast and Sai Kung’s outlying islands to the north. World- class ecological wonders [4], lush green vegetation, magnificent peaks, plentiful bays, pristine beaches and breathtaking vistas make Clear Water Bay one of the jewels in the city’s alfresco crown. This is where a laid-back lifestyle and low-density living combined with the close proximity of upscale private members clubs and renowned educational institutions have lured an international community to take up residence.

Sculpture Park Living evokes the imagination

It is in this pastoral setting that MOUNT PAVILIA nestles. A utopia reimagined for those who dream of a contemporary lifestyle in a natural environment where home and family are the nucleus. And for those seeking a curated living space with bespoke experiences inspired by art, culture and nature.

‘Home is where the heart is’ rings particularly true at MOUNT PAVILIA.  The concept of home is realised not just in the residences, but also extends to the Sculpture Park set in an approx. 270,000-square-foot secret garden. Four statement sculptures created by celebrated international artists soar in the midst of the lush greenery, enabling residents to enjoy the splendour of art in nature.

Interactive art with a humanistic approach

Unified by the common theme of ‘Home and Family’, each sculpture is a living work of art that integrates with nature and interacts with viewers. Vastly different in medium and execution, they stoke the imagination and ignite the intimate interaction between residents and nature.

‘Share’ by Hong Kong artist  Kum Chi Keung features a giant green apple with a cut-out section that acts as a scultpural bench inviting residents to sit on while admiring the beauty of nature.

A different representation of sharing is ‘Home’, an installation designed for imaginative play by Beijing-based artist Gao Weigang. Reminiscent of traditional toys made of wooden blocks, the 24 distinct marble blocks represent the building blocks of home and symbolise shared happiness within the family.

French artist Jean-Michel Othoniel’s sculpture ‘Clear Water Bay’s Rebounds, 2015’, features curved rows of aluminum beads set amidst a water feature, while fellow French artist Tatiana Trouvé’s ‘Waterfall’  presents a patinated bronze mattress draped over a cast concrete wall with water trickling and seeping from the mattress to the ground.  Both dramatic pieces foster the appreciation of art in everyday life.

Artisanal to the core

The artisanal philosophy of bespoke craftsmanship, uniqueness, innovation and contemporary aesthetics extends beyond the Sculpture Park to the rest of the low-rise development. The Kids Garden, designed by award-winning Dutch multi-disciplinary design team Carve, is an interactive playscape in sculptural forms that engages children to play in a fun and innovative environment.

Another architectural showpiece is the White Yard [5], designed by internationally renowned Korean architect Minsuk Cho in his first project in Hong Kong. Its curvaceous shape and transparency feel create a fluidity and lightness to enhance the series of unique moments for residents to enjoy.

Fulfil your vision of a bespoke lifestyle

MOUNT PAVILIA’s idyllic setting at 663 Clear Water Bay Road in Clear Water Bay Peninsula North and groundbreaking artisanal living concept elevate experiential living to an artistic form. Those seeking to fulfil their vision of a bespoke artisanal lifestyle and a contemporary living culture can choose from among the 680 units located in 21 Towers and 6 Blocks. Whether the choice is a one-bedroom flat or a special residential unit such as a Penthouse Triplex Collectable [6], MOUNT PAVILIA lays the foundation on which to experience Sculpture Park Living.

 

 

 

Name of the street and the street number: 663 Clear Water Bay Road / District: Clear Water Bay Peninsula North / www.mountpavilia.com.hk#

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Enquiry Hotline: (852) 8332-2233

The photographs, images, drawings or sketches shown in this advertisement/promotional material represent an artist's impression of the development concerned only. They are not drawn to scale and/or may have been edited and processed with computerized imaging techniques. Prospective purchasers should make reference to the sales brochure for details of the development. The vendor also advises prospective purchasers to conduct an on-site visit for a better understanding of the development site, its surrounding environment and the public facilities nearby.

 

Vendor: Addlight Investments Limited. Holding companies of the vendor: New World Development Company Limited, Spark Investment Limited, Gold Return Resources Ltd., Realistic Reward Limited, Sky Fortune Developments Limited, Square Point Developments Limited. Authorized person for the Development: Mr. Tang Kwok Wah Owen of Wong Tung & Partners Limited. Building contractor for the Development: Hip Seng Construction Company Limited. The firm of solicitors acting for the owner in relation to the sale of residential properties in the Development: Mayer Brown JSM, Kao, Lee & Yip, Iu, Lai & Li. Any authorized institution that has made a loan, or has undertaken to provide finance, for the construction of the Development: Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited, Bank of China (Hong Kong) Limited and The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited (The loan provided by the three banks has been settled), The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited (Undertaking to be provided upon commencement of sale). Any other person who has made a loan for the construction of the Development: Gold Return Resources Ltd. To the best of the Vendor’s knowledge, the estimated material date for the Development is 31 March 2018 (Material date means the date on which the conditions of the land grant are complied with in respect of the Development. The estimated material date is subject to any extension of time that is permitted under the agreement for sale and purchase.). This advertisement is published by the vendor of MOUNT PAVILIA. Prospective purchaser is advised to refer to the sales brochure for any information on the development.

[1] Hong Kong’s back garden.
Source: http://www.gohk.gov.hk/eng/welcome/sk_intro.html
(last obtained on 22 June 2017).

[2] Over 10,000 hectares of verdant greenery.
Source: http://www.afcd.gov.hk/tc_chi/country/cou_vis/cou_vis.html
(last obtained on 22 June 2017).

[3] Travelling time from Clear Water Bay to Central.
Source: http://hkerouting.gov.hk/drss/?lang=TC#
(obtained at 1:31pm, 22 June 2017).

[4] World-class ecological wonders.
Source: http://www.hketosf.gov.hk/sf/ehk/ehongkong69/explorehk.htm 
(last obtained on 22 June 2017).

[5] The opening hours and the use of the Clubhouse and the recreational facilities shown on this advertisement/promotional material are subject to the relevant laws, the conditions of the land grant, the provisions of the deed of mutual covenant of the Development and the actual condition. Fees may be charged for the use of the Clubhouse and the recreational facilities. The Clubhouse and the recreational facilities may not be immediately available for use upon the completion of the Development. The names of the Clubhouse and the recreational facilities herein are for promotional purpose only, and may not be used or provided in the building plans, title deeds or other legal documents. The names may be changed upon or after completion of the Development and no undertaking, representation or warranty has been given by the Vendor whether express or implied. The vendor reserves the right to amend the design, user and name of the Clubhouse and the recreational facilities.

[6] This name is for promotional purpose only, and may not be used or provided in the building plans, title deeds or other legal documents and no undertaking, representation or warranty has been given by the Vendor whether express or implied. Date of printing: 23 June 2017.