Great views, but awkward design
As pointed out by others, most reviewers appear to be marketing. There are many positives to this condo development as they advertise, but also many glitches that are unnecessary and annoying.
Location is great for the views, breezes, and walking access to Keppel Island, Labrador Park, golf range, etc. This is the biggest plus, and a real winner. Exterior design (both buildings and landscaping) is pleasing.
Commuting via public transit to the CBD is not as quick as expected. Mornings are fine, evenings not great given the traffic via bus. MTR takes 3 trains, 2 changes. Either way, ends up being a full half hour.
Driving is clearly much better. But, would point out that a car is not necessary given proximity of public transport and shops at Vivo City.
While it may be important to "investors" that buildings were designed by a famous architect, those who live here may be less enthused. The external design is visually arresting, no doubt, but rectangular buildings might be a better choice for livable interior spaces. Usable square footage is reduced significantly by pillars and strangely shaped alcoves of limited utility (I'm using one as a storage area, given that the closet space is limited).
Lack of design detail: Kitchen appliances are great, but bathroom fittings feel cheap and are inconvenient. Washer and dryer are an integrated unit; can only wash 6kg, and dry 3kg. Result: half the units have laundry drying in their windows, or even hanging out. I would guess that the famous architects would be mortified to see this, and mgmt even sent a letter demanding that residents stop this behavior. It will stop only when proper laundry facilities are installed. Power and light switches are cheap looking and poorly placed, interrupting the interiors. The front door allows us to hear every coming and going of the neighbors. There is no closet to hang a full-length dress. The AC is very loud.