The chalet is a modern structure laid out in a curvilinear design comprised of two back-to-back crescent shapes. The intent behind the concept is to promote a feeling of solitude and isolation to counteract the nearness of neighboring chalets. From above, the building gives a sea crab form with four legs emanating from the main body of the structure.
Every aspect of the building, from the landscape to the interior, expresses a minimalist and elegant approach to design. Elements of the property include a main living area, master bedroom and four other bedrooms, dining room, and kitchen, all facing the sea, in addition to a Diwaniah facing the entrance garden. The sea-facing side of the structure carries an infinity pool which gives the illusion of joining the sea. There is also a private pool nestled into one side of the structure.
|Location||Bneider - Kuwait|
|Client||Dr. Mohammad Marouf|
|Services Performed||Architectural, Engineering and Interior Design & Supervision|
|Project Data||Total Site Area: 6,750sqm; Built Up Area: 2,000sqm|
|Associated International Consultant||Gilbert Dabbous Consultants (GDC), Kuwait (engineering); Arcade, Kuwait (interior design & supervision)|