When Nature meets Design / IM2271
A modern- contemporary designed villa, defined by modern, elegant and visually weighted materials.
IMPERIUM GROUP/ Architecture, Interior Design, Landscape and Fitout
Scope of Work
1 Family Hall
1 Gym, 1 Office,
Currently being developed in Al Barsha South, Dubai, this projects stands out for its intriguing color palette of contrasting darker and lighter tones. The fine interior details are highly luxurious, full of life and focus on the true essence of living.
Get ready to be inspired by the journey this interior will take you on!
The plan is kept open- when entered family and guests are welcomed with a stunning fountain that purifies the area, thanks to the constant flow of energy. You can then find on the right the formal living while the left side hosts an open area, in which a clean kitchen, formal dining, and family seating are set. The ground floor also hosts the play room and healing room.
We balanced the use of modern materials to blend with the villa's landscape. The villa stands out for its elegance and intriguing backyard made of layers and dimention around the pool area. we then detailed the facade with natural-looking stones to resemble the search for nature.
The entrance lobby directs to the different areas of the ground floor, which visually open up towards the living- highlighting the best features of the home. We curated each detail to perfection.
The formal area welcomes different functions: a clean kitchen, formal living, dining, and family living. The large openings allow natural light to enter and shine on all the quality materials and details.
The office is also the healing room- it mimics the seed of life and is composed of soft shapes to allow energy to constant flow and heal.
The playroom is purposely kept minimal to allow kids to play, learn and create without boundaries exploring the world in a fun and joyful way.
The natural elements and materials used in the facade blend subtly with the landscape. It's always important to have a landscape design that reflects the lines, elements, colors and materials used in the structure, so we can perceive it as a package.