Bahrain

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NewsNews • 9 Jun 2021

Anne Holtrop uses the ground to cast unique imprints into Bahrain art depot

The concrete facade elements were cast by Studio Anne Holtrop using the ground next to the building. This way each element has a unique imprint from the relief of the sand. The resulting concrete has a surprising rock-like appearance. Anne Holtrop Horizontal slabs articulate the different floors. The four storey building has a floor plan with two equally sized rooms divided by a core. With the slim elongated volume the facade became the main spatial element. Anne Holtrop   At the corners the relief is most clearly visible. The interiors have the same casting for floor slabs shown in the ceilings. Anne Holtrop The concrete technique was repeated in the shutters, but this time out with aluminium. In this case the eleme... More

Project • By Designsmith InteriorsShowrooms

EuroArt

Designsmith and EuroArt collaborates to launch UAE’s largest Architectural Hardware showroom.   EuroArt Middle East launched its largest UAE showroom located in Garhoud covering almost 5000 sq.ft and spread across 2 levels, the store offers the most exclusive range of architectural ironmongery available in the region. From brands imported from Spain & Italy to solid brass ironmongery from India, they have it all.    From locally designed bespoke show kitchens by Designsmith to EuroArt custom kitchen accessories, this is truly the place for consultants – architectural and interior designers as well as large and small project contractors.   Commenting on the opening of the new outlet in Dubai, Sahil K... More
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Project • By dwp | design worldwide partnershipHotels

Hilton Garden Inn

dwp were appointed to complete the full interior design and consultancy services for the Hilton Garden Inn, five-star hotel located in the heart of a shopping and entertainment district in Bahrain. This 34 storeys high luxury hotel caters for 210 individual keys comprising of studios, 1-bed, 2-bed and 3-bed apartments. The residence also features an all day dining facility, ballroom, club lounge, specialty restaurant, business suites,  offices, pool deck, gym and spa. All areas designed by dwp reflect the emergence of a unique urban hotel, anchored between a vibrant shopping mall and the bay leading out to the sea. The hotel reflects the cities past, present and future as a growing dynamic hub. More