An AFFLUENT Affair with Keith Moss of Dhidhoo Luxury Developments
40 privileged guests were invited to the 1919 Waterboat House in Singapore on 25th November 2016 to a delectable private 3-course sit-down dinner with fine wine-pairing. All eyes were on Keith Moss and his professional team from Dhidhoo Luxury Developments, as they introduced MOSS INTEGRATED RESORTS, which is set in the luxurious Maldives.
AFFLUENT’s Power Couple Paul Tan and Catherine Ng (left and right) and Keith Moss and Nicole Moss (both, centre) get together for a photograph.
The soiree introduced one of Dhidhoo Luxury Developments’ many firsts – an opportunity to own a piece of the Maldives – in its newest development that offers offer titled properties on a 99 year lease.
A limited 264 luxury villas are being built along a 3.5 kilometre long island, plus a limited number of grand villas located on three private islands and on the big island’s eastern shallows. Every villa, regardless of size, will have its own private beach.
Guests learnt about the opportunity to own a ‘slice’ of one of the world’s fastest growing tourist destinations.
MOSS INTEGRATED RESORTS is designed by Architect Jean-Michel Gathy, Principal of Denniston Architects. Messr Gathy is the world’s foremost practitioner of the kind of holistic multi- disciplinary approach to vernacular composition that top resort developers today want.
Denniston as an enviable record in resort design and master-planning. They have worked with the industry’s top resort operators, among them: LVMH Cheval Blanc, Jumeirah, One & Only, Aman Resorts, St Regis, Armani, Mandarin Oriental, Raffles, as well as GHM Chedi.
All eyes were on Keith Moss and his professional team from Dhidhoo Luxury Developments
Needless to say, an event of such prestigious proportions needs to be complemented by gastronomy of equal status. Guests were regaled with a 3-Course Dinner Menu with Wine Pairing, which featured Chou Fluer, Bar d’Atlantique, Entrecote, and Chocolat.
An evening of many firsts, guests went home with the realization that they too, could own their own self-sustainable piece of Maldivian paradise.
For more information, please visit www.mossir.com.