EDGE delight at ‘vintage’ Dubai Exiles Rugby Clubhouse completion.
Dubai-based EDGE Architects has kicked-off a new phase of history for the Dubai Exiles rugby club, creating a “vintage industrial” bar for the UAE’s oldest team. Complete with exposed structural MEP pipes, painted brick walls, rugged concrete flooring, and a dark, towering ceiling, the newly-completed Dubai Exiles Rugby Clubhouse is a spot at The Sevens on Al Ain Road.
EDGE appointed as Lead Consultant and Design Architect for three new hotels in Dubai.
EDGE has been appointed as lead consultant and design architect for three new hotels: Reveir Hotel (the first in the Middle East), Hilton Garden Inn and Holiday Inn Hotel and Residences all situated in Business Bay, Dubai.
VIDEO: Hotel architecture trends, with a Saudi Arabia focus.
So in this week’s What’s Trending with Hotelier Middle East, we speak to experts from Dubai-based Edge Architects – founding partner & managing director Martin Baerschmidt and founding partner & design director Ivar Krasinski – about hotel architecture trends, with a focus on Saudi Arabia.
EDGE is behind some of the most compelling new projects in Dubai, including 1/JBR. Ahead of INDEX Dubai, Design Director Ivar Krasinski discusses the inspiring power of graffiti and his love of minimalism
Edge’s 1/JBR tower in Dubai has a ‘bold and clear design’ says Ivar Krasinski.
Minimal is not a word that comes mind when thinking of most properties in Dubai. After all, for nearly two decades, developers have focused on ostentatious designs for buildings that are then highlighted with opulent finishes and fittings.
One developer is striving to change all that, however, with a new project that is under way off the coast alongside Jumeirah Beach Residence (JBR).
EDGE is behind 1/JBR – a high rise residential tower which will be a new addition to the already popular cityscape of Dubai’s Marina and beach area
1/JBR: a BIM-based design process
The process is everything. A well-designed process allows the making of the right decisions consistently. On the other hand, a poorly-designed process results in missed opportunities which are not even noticed by the architect.