The office is the Middle East HQ for a leading African agriculture firm working with innovative bio-technologies. The design brief focused on two main objectives; it had look and feel international and sophisticated and it had to achieve this while still retaining the company’s roots: an African farming company.
Office Fit out over 12 floors for Etihad Airways Abu Dhabi with a total area of 16,000m² (172,222 ft²)The Project comprises a mixture of open plan and closed offices, meeting rooms, training rooms and kitchen and eating facilities. To accommodate Etihad Head Office. . 12 Floors . Total Area: 16,000m² (172,222 ft²) . Open Plan […]
This project is a traditional build, CAT B, interior office fit out of 13,000 sq ft of level 1, gate village 8 in DIFC for HSBC bank. This is the first of the new global workplace standards style and they are relocating staff from Emaar Square. This office will act as a guide for all […]
PROJECT: Entertainment/Event Management
The Meraas Dome Box Theatre offers a unique immersive cinema experience screening both entertainment and educational productions. Bluehaus Group’s inspiration for the interior design and theme was time travel and this is translated and communicated into the environment with key design elements integrated within the dome and surrounding spaces.
PROJECT: Law Firm/Legal Services
Following the successful delivery of the Clifford Chance Abu Dhabi offices, Clifford Chance commissioned Bluehaus Group for design and design management of its Dubai offices in Dubai International Financial Centre as well as its Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
The Arup and Bluehaus Group ‘fit’ was ideal as the motivation for quality is shared by both Arup as the client, and Bluehaus Group as the consultant. With close collaboration turning our needs into a workable space that shouts “Arup” to all our overseas colleagues visiting us for the very first time. Both the tangible and intangible benefits of the space have been striking.
AAID were appointed as Lead Design Consultant for the British Airways Lounge in Concourse D at Dubai International Airport. The project called for extensive coordination with the landlord, client and other sub-consultants to successfully deliver the approved concept design.British Airways’ brand is synonymous with luxury, exclusivity, and crafted intimacy.
AAID was tasked to design an office space that incorporated the global branding while staying on course with a restrictive budget and project programme for the world’s paid tv programmer.The design executed a play of colour and texture within the new premises of Discovery Communications. The creative use of varying shades of grey within the carpet and stone flooring allowed an extent of flexibility to the ever growing client.
PROJECT: Law Firm/Legal Services
The International law firms’ intent was to open a branch in the UAE to expand their services in the Middle East Region. The brief was to create the new office by following the branding guildelines of Stephenson Harwood while incorporating design elements that reflect the cultural context.
Following the relocation work completed for the client, AAID were asked to redesign and renovate the safety deposit room, also including viewing rooms, file room, lift interior and lift lobby. The whole space was designed within the concept of a jewel box, with red and gold accent
AAID was asked to redesign the fit out for the new branch of FGB based in Ras al Khaimah. The brief incorporated high end as well as the FGB branding to create two sophisticated design lines with regular banking and wealth management department which solidified the sought after hospitable atmosphere for its customers.
FGB expand their offices, due to business growth in the region, and showcase their Treasury department.
The design allows for a multi-tenant facility for managing agents, providing a Lloyd’s branded environment. The newly designed space allows managing agents to have their own individual branded identity within the overall Lloyds demise. The brief was to create a cutting edge
design using a bold contrast of colours, which define the unique identity of Lloyd’s.
A palette of warmer and softer materials was added, juxtaposing the pre-cast concrete panels as a backdrop. Clever lighting integration was used to emphasize the textures whilst the specified furniture is classic and seamless. The motivation of the design was a mixture of contemporary Japanese architecture and a reflection of the product function, the movement […]
The design process involved early site analysis and identification of places to dwell, points of interaction and movement for client areas, executives, trading and sales teams. Functionally the environment provides a working space, with discrete built in storage, supporting video conferencing meeting rooms and in house cafe/lounge areas to support both client facing areas and staff areas.