Located near the Burj al Arab hotel, a magnificent symbolic structure of Dubai and a contemporary architectural icon, the villa was built in the heart of Palm Jumeirah, a luxurious artificial island located in front of Dubai. With its beaches, prestigious hotels, luxurious mansions, the island of Palm Jumeirah is touched by the waters of the Persian Gulf and enjoys sweeping views of the city. Being 5 km long and also large, it houses 1400 villas and about 2500 apartments. Strictly luxurious.
The villa, spread over two levels, is characterized by the large windows illuminating all the rooms of the house. On the upper floor, a cubic structure in natural marble emerges from the main block and rises like a tower, deconstructing the regularity of the building as a whole. In the garden, an elegant infinity pool runs the entire length of the back of the house, acting as
a mirror for the luxurious interiors facing it.
The main front of the villa, linear and tidy, extends along the green public avenue, alternating the rigor of the perimeter wall with the windows of the upper floor. Symmetry, clean shapes, valuable details in an open context. This is the environment that the architect, starting from classical architecture, wants to create by planning pure spaces, featuring majestic and basically empty proportions.