• Phoenix Property Investors Set To Unveil Exclusive Master Collection

    15 July 2016

    (20 June 2016, Hong Kong) –Phoenix Property Investors (Phoenix) will unveil The Master Collection, the Company’s latest premium residential development in Taipei’s prestigious Great Taipei New Town district this coming July. Facing Xueshan with Yangmingshan on the other side, The Master Collection comprises 28 spectacular private houses designed by five of the world’s most distinguished architects.

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    For The Master Collection, Phoenix collaborated with preeminent leaders in the design field, including architects Richard Meier, Jim Olson, Steven Harris, Calvin Tsao and Annabelle Selldorf. Celebrated for their innovation and individual visions, all five architects are featured in Architectural Digest’s 2016 list of the world’s Top 100 thought leaders and design influencers.

    ​“Phoenix Property Investors is proud to have such an illustrious group of architects involved in The Master Collection,” says Mr. Samuel Chu, Founding Partner, Phoenix Property Investors. “It’s rare to have five of world’s most innovative, creative and renowned design talents represented in one exceptional collection. This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own freehold property designed by the world’s most respected architects situated on such a prime location.”

    Construction on The Master Collection is well underway. With five residences designed by Seattle-based architect Jim Olson due for completion by Q3, 2016, a series of exclusive exhibitions will be held in the Asia-Pacific region, beginning with Hong Kong this summer.

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