Neutral tones with accents of dull gold spruce up this two-level mansion in Dubai’s Urban Sprawl, District One. With 9000 square feet of lavish décor, this residential project is designed by Sanjyt Syngh.
The clients’ brief was simple, to create a home away from home, a comfortable space with a stylish and young personality. The designer has done just that, leading to a home with clean lines and contemporary décor.
The home has two floors, the ground floor is a more formal space, suitable for entertaining and house guests with a guest room, kitchen, and home office. Five bedrooms and a family lounge are spread on the first floor, which is reserved for private family use.
Each room is unique, assigned with specific colour palette. The interiors are richly furnished with splashes of jewel tones, blues, greens and deep reds. The formal living room and family lounge have sweeping views of the pool and Burj Khalifa.
The décor showcases elements of the Brutalist school of interior design, a style is defined by textured surfaces, simple silhouettes and geometric shapes. Its minimalism allows for a bright and airy look. Modern décor pieces, striking artworks, stylish carpets and metallic details dot the living spaces.
An essential part of the house is the home office, now emerging as fundamental space in every home. “I would call the home office the highlight of this house. It really pays to dedicate a space at home that can be your place of work,” says Sanjyt Syngh. A comfortable sofa near the formal workstation with a mix of overhead lighting and lamps create a well-lit space, ideal for a good working environment.