In a region where cultures usually fuse, the Al Reyami Villa in Abu Dhabi is a multicultural experience.
While the architecture is reminiscent of the traditional regional house typically consisting of asymmetrical two-story structure built around a central courtyard and decorated with arches, and rooms opening to the courtyard, the interior design explores more of a contemporary approach, blending an asymmetrical flow of translucent partitioning and opening up the entry hall rooms sequences into one large and double-height hall with sculptured interior elements.
These contemporary design elements sculptured and refined with brass, timber wall cladding, rich porcelain, mosaic flooring patterns and carpets, blend with a more traditional living/majlis space, keeping its functions as social living and hosting. Built-in seating alcoves designed with typical construction techniques using natural materials such as coral, mud brick, dry stone, wood and thatch.
A dynamic interior design approach and décor set to break the symmetry with a sophisticated traditional setup.