An award winning and heart warming home from the Middle-East
The award winning Dubai home has all the ingredients that a functional home should have - led lights, natural finishes, and an holistic approach to ensure positive impact
This two-bedroom apartment, located on the sixth floor in the heart of Burj Daman, is a perfect home for the host due to it’s location, architecture, convenience and luxury value. The house is designed keeping in mind timeless taste and elegance. It is a unique and refined take on metropolitan living, with the design excessively appealing with all the trappings of a modern day environment.
Both the living and the dining spaces are connected and have an opening to the kitchen. The sophisticated urban living area has a warm and neutral palette accented by green and copper. The flooring is timber and the big rugs add a tranquil softness. The rugs were procured from Ferreira de Sa brand from Portugal. There is a fine
“The house is unique, and is a refined take on metropolitan living, with the design excessively appealing.”
balance between wood and metal and the customised chandelier adds a playful note. The bronze mirror adds depth to the space, and all the walls have a layer of Vescom wall covering. The artwork that you witness in the home was commissioned to an artist - Sara Mendes de Almeida, and it creates the perfect perspective as you walk within the precincts of the space.
The balcony is an instrumental space privileged with a fantastic view. The designers created pockets of areas with a different character for outdoor dining and living so that the owners can make the most of the good weather months in Dubai. The tiles are of a lighter colour, and the furniture is durable, yet stylish. Kartell Master chairs by Philippe Starck, the customised table with concrete top effect and the wicker lounging chairs add to the alluring charm.
The guest bedroom lives up to its name, with one headboard connecting both the beds. The Flos floor lights on each side of the beds are functional and aesthetic; and the swallows placed on the headboard
wall add a sculptural feature to it. The colour scheme is joyful with a perfect balance of blues, white and yellow, giving the room a fresh and vibrant ambiance. The fabrics are from Designer’s Guild, and the rug has a graphic pattern adding harmony to the composition.
The master bedroom is the ultimate - the generous proportion allowed the designers to have an interesting flow and create a seating area with two chaise lounges upholstered in Dedar fabrics. Casamance wallcoverings add softness, and the curtains are airy and fresh to optimise the day light. The seven meters wide rug is botanical silk, and the fabrics are textured with an interesting combination of patterns and colours. Finally, as the location and the view are unbeatable, with walking distance to the best hotels, restaurants and retail outlets in the city; along with proximity to Sheikh Zayed Road and the iconic Burj Khalifa and Dubai Mall being just minutes away - this private home is nothing short of a landmark supreme address.