It starts with a reveal so graceful, you’ll probably need to catch your breath.
In a film that provides a glimpse of what will soon be the Sky-rise known as Bleu Ciel, a blue silk fabric glides down a 33-story building to uncover the property’s stunning residences, pools and amenities. Set to a modern version of the song, “Fever,” the film weaves through the development, showing the modern space designed by a dream team that includes world-renowned design architect Jean-Michel Wilmotte; architect of record HDF, LLC; spa group Be a Dragonfly; landscape architect Sadafumi Uchiyama; and global real estate developer Harwood International.
If Harwood International’s latest luxury property doesn’t give you fever, it’ll most certainly give you chills.
Bleu Ciel’s design team will bring the city of Dallas the ultimate in two- and three-bedroom luxury urban living. Here’s a glimpse into the who’s who behind Bleu Ciel.
Jean-Michel Wilmotte is an architect, city planner, and designer who’s famous for his eclectic approach to architectural design. Wilmotte has been the design architect for projects such as the Ferrari Sporting Management Center, Maranello-Fiorano; La Réserve Hotel, Ramatuelle; LVMH’s headquarters, Paris; Mandarin Oriental Hotel, Paris; and Musée d’Orsay, Paris.
HDF, LLC is a full-service architectural firm specializing in commercial and multifamily mid- and high-rises. HDF has built on the successes of Harwood International in creating exemplary developments through the alignment with world-renowned architects James KM Cheng, Michael Graves and Richard Keating. The firm produced the Frost Tower, located in the district of HARWOOD.
Be a Dragonfly is an award-winning spa design group. The firm’s spa at Primland Resort is recognized by Condé Nast as one of the top 25 spas in the world. Bleu Ciel’s exclusive resident-only Dragonfly Spa will offer an extensive array of treatments designed for rejuvenation and pampering.
Sadafumi Uchiyama apprenticed in traditional Japanese gardening and formally trained in Western landscape architecture, which has allowed him to design and build a unique range of private and public landscape projects. Uchiyama is the garden curator for Portland Japanese Gardens, and his work includes the renovation of Osaka Garden in Chicago and the renovation of Shofu-en Garden at Denver Botanic Gardens.
Harwood International is a global real estate developer and investor, known internationally as a purveyor for building some of the world’s finest developments. Harwood International is best known for creating the district of HARWOOD.
Bleu Ciel will feature a ground floor of retail gems, such as a gourmet grocer that delivers in-home and poolside, a juice bar, a bike shop, and additional dining options. The building is located within HARWOOD, which means more than 100 restaurants, retail and cultural venues are within a 10-minute walk.
A lauded design team, great location and outstanding amenities make a strong case for Bleu Ciel, and there are even more reasons to reserve your home today. To see the full Bleu Ciel “unveiling” film, please click here.
Bleu Ciel is poised to redefine luxury Sky-rise Living. Discover all that Bleu Ciel has to offer with a visit to the sales center at 3008 N. Harwood St., or call 214-965-1099. Please also visit us online and on Facebook.