Top 5 interior design gems that Dubai can be proud of

Aerial view of artificial palm island in Dubai.

The Middle Eastern city of Dubai is home to some of some of the most beautifully designed real estate projects in the world. The fascinating architectural gems and the breathtaking skyline that the city features are bound to impress everyone. From Burj Khalifa – the tallest tower in the world to Burj Al Arab – the only-seven star hotel in the world, Dubai never falls short of masterpieces. Let’s have a look at some of the best real estate projects in Dubai that define beauty and luxury:

  1. Muraba Residences

Located on the eastern crescent of the beach community of Palm Jumeirah, The Muraba Residences has been designed by none other than the winners of the 2017 Pritzker Prize, RCR Arquitectes. Defining minimalist international design aesthetics, the development is known for its choice of soft colours and organisation of spaces.

The open-plan living areas have been specially designed for natural light to flood in. The full-length glass doors help create a direct connection between the indoor and outdoor spaces. In order to provide its residents with complete privacy, the property features louvered-glass slats that are moulded with a rippling pattern and are incorporated into the building’s facades, thereby restricting views into the residences but keeping the views on the inside looking out.

  1. Palm Couture Residences

Palm Couture is located on the Palm Island and beautifully combines contemporary minimalism and clarity of detail and complements its residents with a customised living experience.

The architects of this project have paid close attention to views, nature, light, and balance, resulting in the homes feature ample light and space, against a stunning assortment of exquisite stones. Palm Couture consists of fourteen residential suites are unique and something that Dubai had not witnessed before. In order to play with natural shadows, the development also features travertine facades that help create unique geometric forms. The best of materials from timeless Italian brands have been used in the project which can be an ideal abode or those who appreciate nature, space, light, and design.

  1. Serenia Residences

This architectural beauty on the Palm Jumeirah’s East Crescent features architectural excellence and contemporary design. Providing its residents with a tranquil living experience, Serenia Residences also has on offer classy furniture, contemporary interiors and a modern open floor plan.

The simplistic contemporary architecture of the development combines gorgeous vistas, cantilevered glass and wrap-around balconies with floor-to-ceiling windows and high-end finishes. The uniqueness of this property lies in the fully retractable glass windows, translucent glass panels in all the rooms that have been used for the first time in Dubai.

  1. One Palm

The masterpiece of One Palm is located on the trunk of The Palm Jumeirah and features detailed craftsmanship. It has been built using the finest of materials and has been finished to the highest of standards. Reflecting modern and sleek designs, the development also hosts the most expensive penthouse of Dubai.

One Palm has been designed by New York-based architects Soma and stands 100 metres tall and is home to 90 apartments, arranged methodically to provide the residents with unobstructed views of Palm to the north and Marina to the south while also maintaining their privacy. Each of the homes also features private outdoor space, proportional to their size.

  1. 22 Carat Club Villas

Located on the Western Crescent of the man-made island of Palm Jumeirah, XXII (22) Carat Club Villas hosts 22 luxury homes that reminds one of the Renaissance period.

The villas feature facades that are classically Italian and are inspired by the architecture of the Tuscan region. The homes come with stucco work, classical columns, pergolas, arched doors, and walkways. They also feature Terracotta finishes, pastel colours, handmade ceramics, and wall paintings. European furniture and fittings add to the Mediterranean feel of the homes. Placed in a terrace structure, every row of the villas has been built on a different level.


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