While most towers are designed from the outside-in, The Guardian was designed by veteran architects from the inside out, taking careful consideration of spaces can be furnished and utilized. Floor plans are optimized them to work with people’s lifestyles – maximizing square footage into functional living space, with no wasted space in hallways or dark interior rooms. Rooms are generously sized and shaped to let your imagination roam free for furniture layout.
The design-driven approach promotes wellness through abundant natural light through floor to ceiling windows, and generously sized balconies let residents take in the spectacular sweeping views of the mountains, city skyline, and rivers from their homes.
This ethos carries through a careful selection of premium finishes, quality fixtures, and advanced appliances. Underfoot, wide-plank wood-laminate flooring is found throughout the home. Low-glare pot light fixtures cast light with visual comfort in mind. In the kitchens and bathrooms, Italian-imported cabinetry and polished chrome Blu Bathworks fixtures are chosen to be both aesthetic and functionally delightful.