By Eric – Classes: Houses, Interior Style, Kitchen, Living Room, Swimming Pool
Dubai-based mostly studio NAGA Architects sent us photos of this private villa found in Dubai, a city in the United Arab Emirates.
This venture was completed in 2005.
Private villa in Dubai,UAE, by NAGA Architects:
“Who says that cubism is boring? Surely not Sultan Mohammed Aqil Ali Hassan Al Zarooni or his family members. The massive, SM villa in Dubai is made on an ordered system of rectangular planes and facets, giving way some in locations for recessed balconies and extruding outward in other folks to express expanded interior spaces and views. The villa is surrounded on all sides with personal and ‘public’ water features and pools, making a connection to the great liquid medium from within.
The interior area is outstanding in its potential to be expended by the clever use of articulated panels at the ground degree, turning meticulously segmented spaces into a grand hall for large gathering and enjoyment. The very first degree is focused to personal residing and sleeping with the ‘wings’ linked by a overhead walkway, hunting down into the magnificently appointed ground floor spaces.”
Images courtesy of NAGA Architects