Interior designers make interior spaces functional

Al Daoud Villa

ADV Type 1, Type 2 & Type 3

The exterior is a factor to determine how stunning the home will be. Different levels, volumes and texture are emphasized in this simple contemporary look façade. Large framed windows, stone cladding, glass railings and fine lines are exceptional to achieve the character for an ideal house.

Al Mohammadia palace

A 2-storey villa renovates into a luxurious residential palace.

Once you enter, a spacious entrance lobby will welcome you. Cove ceiling design with an elegant chandelier and Nestos marble flooring with black Marquina border are used in the key areas of the villa. We did not miss to accent the wall with recessed panels, Corian skirting, details of cornice and architraves to add the totality of the space.

MIG office


Offices and lounge are situated along the windows to enjoy the view and maximize the use of daylight. Wood parquet floor and a combination of Statuario marble and walnut wood paneling on the walls and adding indirect lights in the main areas bring simplicity and nature that an office should have.

Pool Lounge


To add richness to the area, white cove ceiling with indirect and recessed lights, grey tile matt flooring, walnut wood element wall cladding and full glass window overlooking to the swimming pool is perfectly suits to create an astounding mood and feeling.

PSG office


The reception area is the first impression of the office. The reception counter is complemented with the oak wood veneer panel and blue back wall. Grey glossy porcelain tile and white ceiling with strip light all throughout to the wall illuminates and enhance the looks. Thanks to the homely setup lounge where guests and visitors can sit while waiting.

Private office


Tempered glass with black frames partition is a great option to have a private space, yet allows light to pass through it. The perfect shade of grey wall with mounted plants brings character and lush ambiance to the area.