Collaboration with Ramiz Ayoub Architects
Location : Amman / Jordan
Area : 165 sqm
Type : Residential Project / Guest's Area Renovation
A dialogue of elements / The existing architectural language and architectural elements were interpreted in a modern timeless way. Some of the main characteristics of the spaces like the strong symmetry and arched openings were preserved and used in the proposed design language and direction.
Considering the given existing structure, the main focus was on utilizing the main axes to enhance the relationship between the spaces physically and visually and, to organize the circulation in the overall area.
Applying a strong layering system of spatial elements (arched openings) created a sense of permeability and visual openness. This simple yet elegant treatment provided a beautiful sense of depth as well.
Also, the visual connection was controlled in some areas by adding design elements (display unit partition) to provide semi-privacy and separation where needed.
Vaulted Ceilings in the Corridors and Lobbies
Transitional spaces like corridors and lobbies were defined by sculptural vaulted ceilings connected seamlessly to the walls to achieve a sense of unity and continuity.
Choosing a minimal palette of materials emphasized the purity of the created forms in those spaces.
Proposed Furniture Sheets
Furniture arrangement in the dining room and the reception area followed a symmetrical order. The style of the furniture chosen for those areas was simple and rich with some sculptural pieces to complement the new interiors.
Entrance Lobby Design
Grand and sculptural space with Travertine marble flooring. The arched openings are framed and defined strongly with antique bronze.
Dining Room Design
The same material palette continues in the rest of the spaces to achieve the desired continuity all over the project.
The arrangement of this room was organized around the central bronze fireplace which creates a great focal point in the space. The Travertine marble continues on this feature wall yet with a different texture contrasting the floors with crisp floating bronze shelves.
All 3D renders done by Noktur