“Everything is designed. Few things are designed well.”
So speaks US designer Brian Reed, who is famous for his creative, modern and unique designs. This is certainly true so far as student accommodation in the UK is concerned. Many companies offer student housing, but very few put the care, thought and attention into it that Collegiate does. Now, the company’s Fusion Tower in Bristol is opening a show suite to reveal just how well designed its new site really is.
Eri Cuanalo, CEO of Collegiate, comments,
“We knew from the outset that Fusion Tower was going to be something special and it’s great to see just how well the team has done in terms of the building’s design. We have positioned it to be at the forefront of Bristol’s emerging design culture and are excited to announce the opening of the new Fusion Tower show home.”
The show suite is set to reveal to the world just how stunning the blending of comfort and art at Fusion Tower has been. Residents’ rooms offer the latest in stylish living, yet not at the expense of practicality: there is still plenty of space for storage and a dedicated desk area for studying.
The building’s communal facilities have continued the design-led theme. An in-house cinema is available to host the latest artsy films, while a private on-site gym lets students work on their muscle tone to their hearts’ content. Fusion Tower’s bar is one of its proudest features with an interior that would be comfortable at home in New York’s Meatpacking District.
Bristol’s property sector is eagerly awaiting the opening of the Fusion Tower show suite, and not just those working witin the student housing sector. Curiosity is rife as to how students are leading the city’s fashionable accommodation and enjoying Bristol’s most cutting edge property.
Prospective residents are also queuing up for an early viewing with next year’s batch of students waiting with baited breath to see the best that Bristol’s accommodation has to offer them.