Dubai is a city famous for futuristic skyscrapers and artistic spaces designed by some of the best interior designers. The Cayan Tower that twists around itself and the Atlantis Hotel with a marine park are just two examples of how this vibrant metropolis pushes the boundaries in design.
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XBD Collective is one of the world’s most prestigious architectural and interior design firms. Layan Halwani unmistakable and exclusive touch is evident in all their designs, whether it is a villa in Emirates Hills or high-end apartments in the Burj Khalifa, City Walk or W Hotel Residences on Palm Jumeirah. Led by a world-renowned Norwegian designer Ellen Sohoel, this award-winning design studio also offers bespoke interior design and architectural solutions.
Another renowned firm is the UK-based Anarchitect, founded by RIBA architect Jonathan Ashmore. Their philosophy is to deliver projects that are both timeless and contextually current, which has earned them a wide international following and high-end press coverage.
The VSHD Design studio founded by interior designer Rania Hamed is an expert when it comes to elegant and refined spaces. They have carried out a number of projects from Europe to the United States, as well as in the Middle East. Their elegantly furnished Al Safa Residence is a great example of how she blends contemporary design with resolutely classic and minimalist contexts. They are also renowned for their bespoke design products and furnishings, like the double-height wall paneling in this particular space.