Naut Studio go Modern Mediterranean for Luxury Beach Resort in Dubai

Project Details
  • PROJECT NAME: Luxury Beach Resort
  • CATEGORY: Interior
  • TYPE: Hospitality
  • LOCATION: Dubai, UAE
  • AREA: 40,000 sqft / 3700+sqm
  • STYLE: Modern Mediterranean
  • DESIGNED BY: Naut Studio

The Luxury Beach Resort, with a modern Mediterranean style located along Dubai’s breathtaking beachfront, complements the region’s natural beauty while incorporating neutral colors and artistic elements, to create a sleek yet calm ambience.

The resort has various rooms and suites, an all-day café, aesthetically placed restaurant, a communal pool bar, and a plethora of recreational spaces such as an infinity pool, and dedicated kids club with a lavish changing facility.

The restaurant is an inspiration for those who want to give the customers the joy of community eating. The Seafood Restaurant offers a breathtaking view of the beach. The idea for the restaurant comes from the stunning blue hues of the seashore.

The 150 cover seating of the restaurant offers breakfast through dinner and is divided into two distinct sections: indoor and outdoor. The indoor restaurant can further split into two parts, with the option to close one for private events. This is not simply a functional restaurant but it is also a visually intriguing maze and experiential opportunity to evoke pleasure and fulfillment for each and every diner.

We have designed the space with a variety of interesting design details that are waiting to be discovered; details which encourage guests to take a moment to appreciate the culture and art of the countries surrounding the Mediterranean theme.

For cold and fresh serving, there is a raw counter and an evening water counter that showcases fresh seafood and beverages. These counters are elegantly designed in front of the kitchen with Corian tops and bamboo designs framed in veneer wood, and direct light from the ceiling is cast onto the rustic balloon features above counters. The close arrangement of the tables creates an atmosphere of intimacy. The use of luxurious furnishings, hanging lighting, and natural materials adds to this delight while giving the space a minimal appearance overall.

The background is done in yet another unconventional way by adorning with the wall covering. Our ceiling design is distinctively made with woven cane sticks, uniquely put in diagonal form and wood rafters that serves as a supporting structure in between with concealed led lights, while the highlighted walls are proposed with diagonally placed veneered wood. The woody interiors and warm concrete and rattan hanging lighting over the tables make such places a preferred destination for large-format dining.

Beautiful handcrafted solid wood chairs go well with teak wood tables. The blue fabric used for the seats is chosen to complement the color of the water. We easily find the freshness required by the location in the furniture. And when it gets dark, the dim, delicate lighting is confused with the sunset.

The Pool Bar, which is close to the resort’s pool, combines street food culture with the great outdoors to create a welcoming ambience. The design of this pool bar is driven by the idea of a food truck, while the color scheme is inspired by the gorgeous green water ocean. Food-Bar, a mini street food counter that allows customers to interact and make their own choices while enjoying the experience. The pool bar provides customers a finger food concept in cones that are incredibly entertaining, transportable, and simple to grasp and are ideal for take-away.

The pool bar has 50 covers which offers both Indoor and outdoor seating arrangement. Some opulent materials that have been employed to enhance this area includes teak wood, colorful reclaimed wood planks, ceramic wall tiles, lime paint, and green paint with a concrete-textured finish. Counter is beautifully designed with reclaimed wooden plank which is covered with veneer wood.

A touch of color breaks into a space of pure rustic essence where decoration is cozy and full of warmth. A cluster of cone-shaped pendent lights above the counter and a wired pendent light above the seating area brighten the area. A wall with exquisite wooden shelves is proposed behind the counter with exposed brick and selection of furniture in metal and wood are all inspired by the concept of a food truck.

The Kids Club at the Luxury Beach Resort provides an idyllic experience, catering to each child’s specific needs through thoughtfully designed activity spaces, considering children as equally important clients in the hospitality sphere. Integrating play areas that are safe, amusing, and engaging, this kids club concept is designed for children from toddlers to early teens.

Establishing a balance between active and intimate spaces contributes to the success of the design, as it allows children to shape their own experiences by selecting activities to suit their needs. Younger children can enjoy a variety of activity stations, soft furniture play spots, and inclusive seating for individual or group play, whilst for older children, there is an art and craft space, a fun slide with a pool filled with vibrant balls, a climbing wall and a multi-media area featuring a projector, and video games.

The pastel color palette, soft textures and organic wood finishes create a unified language across the space, promoting a sense of calm. The primary design feature of the kids club is the wood-curved suspended ceiling and the wood floor. The illusion of inflated balloon lights is flawless and awakens the imagination and beckons back to a carefree childhood. The waves that return us to the beach also emphasize the background walls.

­­­Each space here contributes to a genuine sense of creativity, accentuated by simple yet subtle layers of textures and colors inspired by golden dunes and blue waters, as well as the gentle palette of sunsets.

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