Inspired Urban Design in Pasadena

From Margaret Everton on March 12, 2010 in Pasadena

Practical and functional are two words that seem to trump all others when it comes to condominium construction. But when Bob Champion began building the Dalton, a project in Pasadena, inspiration, art and luxury became the driving forces behind his design. Champion was already a leader in creating unique urban spaces when he teamed up with artist Bob Zoell on this project. Combined were Zoell’s creative vision and Champion’s upscale architectural design. The result? Living spaces that feel as colorful as an art gallery. The walls of each unit are designed to hold sprawling collections of artwork, with ceilings that reach nearly 11.5 feet in height. Large windows ensure that each space receives an ample amount of light. The floors and cabinetry are top of the line, and the kitchen countertops are all made from gleaming Cesar stone. Barbeques and fireplaces adorn the rooftop for residents lucky enough to grab a penthouse suite. Champion and Zoell are redefining urban housing. Hopefully, others will follow suit. Read the full story at Pasadena Now

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