True high design transcends form and function, crossing into the realm of art. Cuscaden Reserve is a tribute to the 100th anniversary of the Bauhaus movement, one of the most influential developments in architecture and design today.


The Bauhaus ethos emphasises harmony between a building’s architecture, interiors, and surroundings, with each element seamlessly integrated. To this end, its practitioners went beyond structural aspects, extending their artistic eye to decorative elements such as pottery, weaving, and carpentry.

Similarly, each apartment at Cuscaden Reserve embraces flexibility, with apartments designed around a centralised core comprising the kitchen and bathroom. Inspired by Mies van der Rohe’s open plan concept of Farnsworth House, following a modular approach free - sliding walls offer maximum adaptability, allowing residents the luxury of creating their own unique space and lifestyle experiences.

Elements of Bauhaus principles are felt at every touch point of the estate from the careful selection of materials and furnishings to site planning and the collaboration with skilled artisans to create custom-made millworks and bespoke cabinetry.

In a gentle nod to Bauhaus intellectual Marcel Breuer, the tower’s cantilevered design allows the property’s lush landscape to flow beneath and through it, perfectly harmonising with its surroundings.

Works of art are powerful forms of inspiration. At Cuscaden Reserve, thoughtfully placed artwork is placed throughout the estate adding inspiration and artistry to everyday life. The collection includes ‘Forward and Backward No.2’ by Chinese sculptor Wenqin Chen.


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