DSA Architects International has completed its design of Fairmont The Palm, which is inspired by traditional Arabic architecture.
Using contemporary elements brushed with traditional, the design incorporates natural elements of sand and sea, using a colour palette of beige, tan and light hues with natural building materials such as granite and marble.
As the inspiration for the design came from Arabic architecture, many traditional elements have been incorporated, including over 100 mashrabiya screens.
In addition, rich and elaborate fabrics were used decoratively throughout the resort, covering over 23,680 linear metres.
The resort’s gardens cover over 13, 000m2 including four outdoor swimming pools and a private beach with a length of 450m.