The extensive use of glazing provides remarkable views at a site in Sussex, it has been reported.
Referred to as "state of the art" in its design, the Harbour Club Apartments development features a glass-rich design as well as using steel, selling agent Knight Frank stated in recent days.
It has been explained that the design reflects the waterside scenery that surrounds the development.
"The use of floor to ceiling glazing in each apartment means that the breathtaking views can be enjoyed whether inside or out, whilst the teak decked balconies and ground floor terraces overlooking the marina are ideal for alfresco dining," the firm notes.
Sustainability is ensured through the use of insulated concrete form walls, which are designed to create a quieter and more comfortable home. It is also noted that this makes for more efficient running costs.
Meanwhile, it was announced today that flight operations have begun at the Royal Terminal at Kuwait International Airport – which benefits from panoramic vistas due to a glass-rich design.