Find out more about apartment living trends be it the integration of smart technology, dedicated work areas, outdoor features, and the addition of greenery.
In a fast-evolving world, apartment living is changing too and here are some trends to keep in mind that will help when you want to buy such a contemporary home.
Smart Tech to the Fore
Smart tech has become an integral part of our lives and it stands to reason that apartments that can seamlessly integrate this technology would make an ideal choice. Such living spaces are on offer at properties such as TRI-ZEN that are equipped with the Internet of Things (IoT); this helps to connect smart appliances, electronics, locks, lighting, and more that you can control through your smartphone or even via voice command.
Work from Home Areas
While working from home wasn’t a concept that was popular in the past, the pandemic soon changed people’s perspectives! Now, when living in Colombo or other commercial cities, remote or hybrid working options have become increasingly widespread. Thus, it’s no surprise that apartments are providing flexible areas and spaces where one can easily set up a dedicated home office as well as providing high-speed internet access which is vital too.
Outdoor Spaces & Recreation
Adding outdoor spaces and areas for recreation is becoming the norm in apartment complexes as residents look to maintain an active and balanced lifestyle without having to worry about travel. Thus, apart from the standard pool, ideal properties will also feature a state-of-the-art gym, jogging track and sports facilities like a badminton court; added to this are aspects like a yoga deck, meditation court and play area for kids which cater to the needs of all.
The Addition of Greenery
The importance of nature and its positive effects was another aspect that people began to realise during the pandemic after spending months in lockdown! It’s no surprise that those designing apartment complexes are now adding greenery and green elements be it trees, plants, or flowers to their properties, interspersing them in outdoor and indoor spaces. This helps to create an urban sanctuary and park-like setting that residents are looking to enjoy daily.