The small touches
In order to create a sense of familiarity within a village and foster positive emotions, our approach involves designing in a way that will resonate with owners living there.
All our projects start with exploring local culture, forming the basis of our inspiration in the design stage. From here, we incorporate features of the surrounding site and its past.
For example, the interiors of Audley Group’s Sunningdale Park are an ode to the site’s rich heritage. The building was constructed in 1930 by Sir Hugo Cunliffe-Owen, chairman of Cunliffe Aircraft Limited. He and his wife Helen shared a deep love of horse racing and the family used the property to welcome and entertain guests during Ascot house parties.
An environment that is inclusive of all is key for ensuring wellbeing.
We consider how each room can be used by every owner, no matter their needs. This guarantees that residents can socialise wherever and however they choose, allowing for better emotional wellbeing and seamless integration into the community.
We make every room wheelchair accessible, with careful spatial planning to assure each owner that the surroundings will work for them.
Amenities for all
To allow for a greater retention of independence and encourage intergenerational living, all Audley Villages offer a range of amenities.
These include bars, bistros and À la carte restaurants, as well as health and wellbeing facilities such as spas, salons, gyms and pools.
Along with Audley Group, we believe that designing beautiful spaces for recreation is integral to the retention of independence. Owners can continue to do what brings them joy, whether that be the maintenance of their weekly blow-dry or a gathering with friends, the spaces we design encourage all to continue living life to the fullest.