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Introducing Arden at Parkside

Large grey and white building with lots of windows

Meet Arden at Parkside, Collegeville, Pennsylvania’s newest multifamily community

Multifamily interiors designed by Hartman Design Group

Arden at Parkside is the first of three multifamily apartment buildings completed in the Parkside development. Conveniently located steps away from Providence Town Center in Collegeville, Pennsylvania, the Parkside community offers an unparalleled, amenity-rich lifestyle experience.

Entry doors, vestibule and high ceilinged lobby with blue light fixtures

Large lobby with multifple seating areas

Bankettes and two levels of wall art, blue lighting fixtures

A community designed with nature in mind

The design team drew inspiration from the owner’s vision to create a public park on the land with walking and biking trails and a landscape softened by native plants.

Stacked brick fireplace, bigscreen TV seating area

Sofa, bookcases, lighted glass tree wall

Interior design with a strong indoor-outdoor connection

Creating a connection to the outdoors, the interiors were designed with a nature-themed ethos, hence the neutral color palette of umber and warm grays accented with blues, and greens.

Seating area

view into conference room with TV Screen displaying baseball game

Biophilic elements throughout

Contrasted with metal details in bronze, black and copper, the palette is set off by natural materials—wood, vegetable fibers, leather, jute, and linens.

Sportsbar with stools, television screens, seating areas

A sanctuary for residents

The overarching concept was to create a sense of sanctuary for the residents. During the collaborative design process, comfort, convenience, and a connection to nature were the guiding principles.

Bar with stools, lights

Blending home with remote workspaces to foster community

By interspersing co-working with the many lounge seating areas that are nestled throughout the amenities, the communal areas offer residents an environment that blends the comforts of home with remote workspaces.

Seating area looking onto other seating areas in a lobby

Biophilic patterns, artisanal elements and bespoke furnishings surprise 

The cocoon-like environment is enhanced by the artisanal craftsmanship of the bespoke furnishings, lighting, and art. There are moments of surprise in each space reflected in biophilic patterns.

Wooden pool table, wood walls and area rug

Desk with laptop, black and white artwork, white ceiling pendant fixture

Interior design features that bring the outdoors in

Design features such as a semi-transparent glass space divider with a fall forest scene, wood and stone materials and custom rugs that emulate elements of nature, bring the outdoors into the interior.

bankettes and glass partitions


At the intersection of nature and the human built environment

Amanda Sturgeon, the author of Creating Biophilic Buildings, says “who we are as people has much to do with the intersection and mingling of nature and the human built environment.”
Yoga studio with barre, mirror and shelves
Fitness center with weights

Interior Design that creates sensorial wonder

At The Arden, the interplay of light, color, space, and authentic material creates sensorial wonder and invokes curiosity towards the ecological magic that surrounds the apartment building.

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