Design is Fundamental
Interiors at The Jervis are designed to optimize space and privacy. There are just 58 homes, four suites per floor, and every suite is a corner suite. Every decision — from the floorplans to the hinges on the doors— was considered, questioned, and tested with the homeowner in mind. Every aspect of a home at the Jervis embodies the ideal: ceilings are over-height; windows are positioned to maximize natural light and air circulation; proportions and pathways make sense.
“The most important thing is the aesthetic of how everything is synthesized to work functionally, but still be beautiful and appropriate to the setting.”
Scott Trepp, Interior Designer – Trepp Design Inc.
Large covered outdoor areas, all positioned on a corner, adjoin the living areas in a way that redefines the relationship between indoor and outdoor living. The corner design also enhances natural light and air circulation within the home while offering views in multiple directions.
All homes feature two bedrooms and two bathrooms.
Linear kitchens — inspired by Niels and Nancy Bendtsen’s Paris home — integrate high-end Italian cabinetry, self-healing surface finishes, specialty exhaust systems, and the most advanced cooking technology available.
Subtle design touches in bathrooms, from floor to ceiling hand-selected marble tiles to recessed mirrors with analyzed halo lighting, make all the difference to daily life.
Homes are wired for the potential of complete automation of security, temperature, lighting, blinds and sound from the very first day.