The interiors at Hill and Dale are inspired by the contrast between the vibrancy of the city, and tranquility of nearby parks and the ravine to produce a refined retreat. Residences are expansive, balancing transparency and privacy. Chapi Chapo designed each living space to function just like a house. Intimate, luxurious, tailored, these interiors have a quiet confidence.
The uncompromised spatial design has produced exceptional homes. A feeling of discerning luxury is evident from the outset, with delineated suite entrances graced with stone floors and ample closets. Generously proportioned living areas flow naturally into spacious kitchens and the outdoors. Chapi Chapo achieves an optimum balance of openness, ideal for entertaining, and privacy with spaces for solitude and repose.
Hill and Dale has partnered with two renowned brands known for design excellence – bulthaup and Gaggeneau.
Recognized worldwide for its architecture of kitchen living spaces, the bulthaup brand exudes confidence, reflecting timeless, effortless style. bulthaup delivers unmistakably beautiful kitchens that are planned holistically and tailored to suit the architecture of the room. Kitchens feature long islands that provide a convivial feeling, as well as quartz surfaces, stainless steel backsplashes, and millwork cabinetry. With bulthaup, craftsmanship meets stunning style.
Gaggeneau aligns perfectly with bulthaup, bringing added sophistication and perfect functionality. Made in Germany, Gaggeneau has pioneered appliances for 300 years, revolutionizing private kitchens and setting trends. Hill and Dale offers grand kitchens that provide a chef experience.
At Hill and Dale the indoors and outdoors merge. Studio JCI purposefully stepped back the building to allow for immense terraces that extend your living experience beyond walls, crafting ample space for entertaining and relaxing privately outdoors. Sweeping floor-to-ceiling windows welcome light, air, and stunning views. Savour the profuse natural landscape and vibrant cityscape; peer down to observe the bustle of the street or the mid-level context of the surrounding architecture.