There are 2 units on display, the 1000sf 3-bedroom units and the smaller 800sf 2-bedroom units. I particularly like the 3-bedroom units which has a nice layout and despite being only 1000sf, they managed to pack 3 spacious looking rooms in. The living room however is a bit cramped due to the wall behind that sofa. If that is not a load bearing wall, I would like to see it demolished.
Below you see the wasted space caused by the wall I mentioned earlier.
The 2-bedroom unit however is more suited for a single or couple living. Although the kitchen size appears similar, the most apparent difference is the lack of a wet kitchen.
The dining area is also rather cramped, suitable for a small table only as it comes in between the living/bedrooms and the entrance.
So, in conclusion, if yo are going for the Bangsar Southview Residences, choose the smallest unit or the largest unit, the 3-bedroom units. Anything else in between isn't really worth it.