Avianto Estate is an extension of the existing Avianto hotel as located over the river and the seamless and pleasing integration of the estate development into its surrounding terrain is therefore an aesthetic requirement. Avianto’s architecture has European influences but is by no means an architectural copy of any particular style. As this architectural language develops from the existing hotel, the integration will be strongly promoted by the continued use of the natural materials already employed such as stone, true-colour plaster and flush-plastered clay brick in the same colours, and timber in dark and neutral tones. Spaces will flow into each other and barriers will be osmotic — they will not be impenetrable and dividing, they will be gently defining. Much of the screening in the Avianto Estate will be achieved with planting and semi-permeable elements like lattice fencing, forged metal panels, trellises, low walls, hedges and shrubs and trees.