Bodaiju Residences Architech Reflects on Unique Design

Feb. 16, 2017, 12:59 p.m.

Bodaiju Residences is delicately infused with Japanese and French architectural elements, believes the project's Architect, while bringing the everyday conveniences expected in a modern apartment building to the capital of Cambodia.

Bodaiju Residences is an ensemble of six 14-storey buildings woven into the tropical landscape. The project Bodaiju Residence was designed by Ivan Tizaniel, a French architect who has worked on projects that include The Plantation Hotel, in Phnom Penh, and the VIP terminals for both Phnom Penh and Siem Reap International airports. See the listing here. 088-Bodaiju Residences-v3

Phase 1 is selling out fast, with huge local interest from Khmer buyers!

Each Bodaiju Residences unit will enjoy large covered terraces that are able to act as a second out-door living rooms. Indoor-Outdoor flow is the name of the game, as Tizaniel wished to embrace Cambodia's tropical climate. It may also be a tribute to the Cambodian lifestyle, as local families prefer the option of eating and relaxing outside or inside, depending on the weather. The residences will also host rooftop sky pools, sky parks, a gym, clubhouse, BBQ pit, mini marts, cafes and kids play space, among a host of other features. Inquire today for full information!  “Bodaiju is architecturally inspired by the local climate,” Tizianel, the proud architect said, adding that, “in tropical countries such as Cambodia, we have to provide shade within the design to protect from the sun and get natural ventilation.”

One, two and three bedroom condos are all available, and on accommodating financing schemes. 

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  Another unique feature of Bodaiju Residences, is that the car and moto parking lots open up to the ground floor gardens, covered by additional suspended gardens and lush walkways that link all buildings on the second floor. The suspended gardens serve a dual purpose, Tizianel explains: Able to hide the parking lots and, meanwhile, create a nice landscape for the lower level apartments. “The Japanese touch is in the simplicity of details and the relationship with nature,” reflects Tizianel.   bodai2   Bodaiju Residences brings nature together with the conveniences of metropolis living, in close vicinity to Cambodia’s industrial centers. Located on the outskirts of Phnom Penh, alongside Lion Mall and a quick drive to the Phnom Penh international airport, Bodaiju Residences is equally close to the Phnom Penh Special Economic Zone and other emerging hubs of industry; a great choice of new home for factory management who wish for a convenient location close to the workplace. With construction commencing now, set to be completed by 2018, the project will be built in three phases on a 23,531 square meter area of land. The first phase, which is currently being sold, will include 372 units, while the second and third phase will produce 372 and 184 units respectively.   Click Here to Contact Bodaiju Agents!  

bodai1   Low-entry investment in Bodaiju Residences starts at $100,000. The average net selling price of Bodaiju Residence units is $1,600 to $1,700 per square metre. The Bodaiju Residences project is the first and biggest project to be invested in outside of the city center and instead in front of Pochentong International Airport. This shall be the future focal point of Phnom Penh, and is an attractive position for investment based on rising land prices. It's proximity to both the CBD and the International Airport is an assurance for buyers that their investment will increase in value as the Cambodian economy continues to develop.   bodai3       Inquire About Bodaiju Residences Today on and find out more!


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