Our freshest piece of design inspiration comes all the way from Dubai today. ALGEDRA Interior Design is a first-rate interior-design firm specialising in high-end portfolios pieces for the residential market. Some of the firm’s services include create space planning, designing and decorating, project management, and many more.
Aside from top-notch design results, ALGEDRA Interior Design also aims to establish strong, professional relationships with its clients. That plan has already worked a treat in the Middle East (where a plethora of the company’s designs can be appreciated in locations like Istanbul, Oman, Jordan, Kuwait… ). Thus, it makes perfect sense for ALGEDRA to branch out and reach new clientele in London and New York.
Commitment to client satisfaction is another factor that makes ALGEDRA stand out among competitors. That, plus its extraordinary designs blending Eastern- and Western cultures, as well as its artistic architectural styles inspired by the Greeks, Italians, and British innovation.
On the menu today? 6 luxurious office designs (in Abu Dhabi) crafted according to clients’ preferences and budget.
Crafted from modern (and trendy) building materials, our first example is a perfect reminder as to how elegant an all-neutral colour palette can get.
Of course practicality is another vital factor to consider with office designs. Fortunately, this design doesn't seem to have any troubles in terms of storage areas and keeping its work zones free of clutter.
Like a breath of fresh air, example no. 2 treats us to a much lighter colour scheme. Whites and light creams gracefully cover these interior surfaces from floor to ceiling, while bold blue hues (on select pieces like those elegant sofas and the patterned window treatment) ensure a cool, tranquil vibe.
Stylish curves dominate office no. 3, as well as a golden-brown colour scheme to help bounce around the incoming light.
And try to think back to the last time you glanced at such a remarkable design. See how those curves perfectly match up with the wavy style of the ceiling, chairs, desk lamp, etc?
Taking its cue from the previous example, office 4 also treats us to a delightful display of curves and sharp lines. But what really stands out here for us is the blending of various textures. The marble coffee table; the wooden floor; the lavishly upholstered seating…
Which piece here inspires you the most?
The interior style gets creatively classic with this option. See how the furniture pieces get more detailed, lighter in colour, plus flaunt a bit more dazzle via those golden trimmings.
And speaking of gold, what's your opinion of that marvellous ceiling chandelier (cast in a rich golden halo) dangling far above the main meeting space?
Last but certainly not least, office 6 returns to a more earthy palette with its beiges and browns dominating floor- and wall surfaces. Fortunately, the selection of finishes (and furniture, and accessories) introduces sufficient character and detail into the space, ensuring no corner or piece is deemed dull or unnecessary.
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