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Lewis and Hickey designs Taiwanese village

Lewis and Hickey has revealed these 'unique' designs for a hill-top village in Taiwan.

The UK-based firm has been commissioned to develop 50 'mansion-style homes' that will each have a selling price, according to the firm, of £1-2.5 million.

The project, called Royal Mount, due to its supposed prestige, will be built in the upmarket residential district of Shing Dian in the Taiwanese capital of Taipei.

According to Taiwan-based developer, Kingland Group, the 'exclusive' development will also incorporate a country club and a number of leisure facilities with landscaped parklands, all to be accessed through security gates.

Lewis and Hickey chief executive Paul Miele said the designs are 'testament to the sterling work our architects carry out on a day-to-day basis worldwide'.

Work on the development is expected to start next month.

by Richard Vaughan

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