Valais Clubhouse

A spectacular development of townhouses by Sun Hung Kai Properties, Valais takes full advantage of its lush, tropical landscape in the design of the interior. Residents are able to enjoy the facilities provided at two clubhouses, both of which are within walking distance.

A warm beige travertine is used as the backdrop throughout the signature areas of the main clubhouse, against which a number of elements continue to build on a theme.

The ‘living wall’ around the lounge area adds a particularly dramatic touch, as does the custom designed mosaic tile ‘foliage’ at the bottom of the indoor pool. In other areas, furnishings enhance the design intent: the ceiling sculpture in the bar lounge suggests a fresh bloom of spring ‘sakura’; free standing floor lanterns could sit as easily within the adjacent outdoor landscape as inside the Clubhouse itself.

With daylight streaming in on all sides, the overall effect is that the transition between indoor and out is blurred, leaving the impression of not being quite sure which is which.

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A spectacular development of townhouses by Sun Hung Kai Properties, Valais takes full advantage of its lush, tropical landscape in the design of the interior. Residents are able to enjoy the facilities provided at two clubhouses, both of which are within walking distance.

A warm beige travertine is used as the backdrop throughout the signature areas of the main clubhouse, against which a number of elements continue to build on a theme.

The ‘living wall’ around the lounge area adds a particularly dramatic touch, as does the custom designed mosaic tile ‘foliage’ at the bottom of the indoor pool. In other areas, furnishings enhance the design intent: the ceiling sculpture in the bar lounge suggests a fresh bloom of spring ‘sakura’; free standing floor lanterns could sit as easily within the adjacent outdoor landscape as inside the Clubhouse itself.

With daylight streaming in on all sides, the overall effect is that the transition between indoor and out is blurred, leaving the impression of not being quite sure which is which.