Nesting, by yourself or joining the gang, at will
Now, you have a choice.
You retreat in your private quarters and muse about the day. What you have learned, what you have achieved, what’s bugging you … by yourself, with your most inner thoughts.
You rush to the communal living room because there is this “thing” you must absolutely share with your companions. Whether you need to share the excitement or debate a hot topic, you will find an ear somewhere … in the living room or, most probably, in the kitchen, the hub of any house.
In any case, the choice is yours.
Your private quarters are actually private
Your bedroom is equipped with all you need to revel in your new digs: bedding, sitting, wardrobe, desk … and your very own, private, bathroom and toilet. Your toothbrush might feel lonely but we know how critical that privacy can be.
As for the less private areas, let’s make a stop in the kitchen.
The kitchen is a complex area
But, is there anything more painful and irritating than discovering that “some” gourmet fingers have been probing that vegan bolognese sauce you had painstakingly prepared for yourself?
Well that’s why, in our concept, we call the kitchen a communal area rather than a common area.
Indeed we give you your own private, locked, cupboard and fridge.
Let’s go on and move to the common areas
Relaxing, reading a book while sitting on a plush sofa, playing a killer Pictionary with the whole household, fighting over the decision of the referee of that football game you are watching on TV or organizing next weekend’s pub quiz.
Well, all the little pleasures of living together…
Most of our houses give you some outdoor space
Well, hear it straight from the horse’s mouth