Seeing and Feeling

Seeing and Feeling

The impact of design on our experience of life is way past debating, and yet exploring it further still yields a bit of surprise and delight. Among the luxury condos in Atlanta, GA, the difference that design can make to our enjoyment is especially worth a closer look. It matters where we spend our time and where we call home – and it matters more than we realize. Knowing that we are always growing – if we give ourselves the chance to do so – doesn’t it make sense to choose an environment that nurtures and sustains that growth?

Our architectural partners in the design of J5, Smith Dalia, are the second generation of a firm that distinguished itself in Atlanta and garnered international notice and acclaim. Their philosophy and execution, inspiration and challenging work, and partnership between wisdom and youth proved to be important keys as we unlocked the possibilities of these unique condos in Midtown Atlanta.

Freedom and Space

The mid-rise profile of J5 lends a boutique feel to living, and the vistas take full advantage of our proximity to Piedmont Park. Whether from a sunset terrace, a courtyard, or from the prime vantage of your own room-size balcony, there is a feeling of freedom here that is hard to match anywhere else in the city. The J5 point of view is open to the skyline, open to the neighborhood, open to the green spaces, and open to the energy that makes these Midtown Atlanta condos for sale such a topic of conversation.

The design is open, too, to the personal visions of the people who choose this easygoing version of a sanctuary in the city. The opportunity to work from home, for at least some portion of the week, is a development that leads even more certainly to the serenity of uncluttered design and long, wide sightlines. Already J5 was recognized not only as a high point in this form of design, but also as the emergence of home as a more encompassing environment. Home being a place where we spend more time than before has only emphasized this point.

You Can Look It Up

The direct connection between where we are and how we feel might seem obvious, and yet it is the subject of some fresh new scholarship. Advances in neuroscience make it possible to study more specifically how we respond to our environments. As a result, thinkers such as distinguished architecture professor Harry Francis Mallgrave observe that a lack of curiosity about this connection “is no longer tenable.” Mallgrave writes that “the quality of these environmental fields has a powerful impact on our cognitive and organic development over a relatively short time.”

Just a glance around the gallery will begin to illustrate the feeling of J5. For a first-hand look, call us at 470-589-5055.