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Aedas Interiors has been commissioned to design the public parts of a projected luxury resort on Dubai‘s Palm Jumeirah Island, including the lobby, conference rooms, circulation spaces, several restaurants, and a spa and fitness centre.
The interior design of the proposed 5-star luxury resort hotel is a poetic representation of the site’s cascading topography and takes the guest on a trip through the experience of Oman’s coast (costa), gardens (flora), and mountains (terra).
The Costa idea highlights the organic lines of the sea with a colour palette drawn from water reflections. The Flora idea uses Islamic floral-inspired designs, with splashes of desert rose and fresh greens.
As a homage to Oman’s mountainous topography, the Terra theme incorporates rock pebbles, spices, cereals, ceramics, and metal works.
A deluxe residential villa resort with 206 keys, a premium spa, restaurants, retail stores, sports amenities, and a heritage town constructed around an ancient site.
The interior design is fresh, airy, and contemporary, and it celebrates the different sceneries around Oman’s shore.
The design is inspired by the natural textures and tones found across the Sultanate, with a parallel story based on the Omani legacy and craftsmanship.
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