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PRIVATE RESIDENCE BANTRY BAY

Set in the pristine location of Cape Town’s Bantry Bay, this remarkable residence makes luxury living seam effortless. With views that overlook the Atlantic Ocean, comfort and open plan living becomes covetable with striking art, objet and furniture.

SIR BANI YAS ISLAND RESORTS

Al Sahel and Al Yamm lodges on Sir Bani Yas Island each boast a number of chalets of which RSD designed and did the schematic planning and sourcing for. Instead of duplicating a single scheme RSD opted to vary the schemes so that each chalet could be authentic in its own right. Al Yamm Lodge is juxtaposed on the water’s edge surround by mangroves and showcases the aquatic & bird life of the region whilst Al Sahel is located in the savannah grasslands of the island.

QASR AL SARAB

This heritage design of this hotel in the Empty Quarter of the Liwa Desert entailed RSD to curate just under 2000 pieces of original art along with 3000 pieces of objet and cultural specific artefacts that were sourced and installed within this 2km long hotel. The brief: To bring authenticity, texture and a museum-like presence to the Arabian styled architecture. Installations in the main lobby of the hotel now displays museum quality artefacts and curated art and artifacts for the guests to enjoy and learn from.

MAISON MARA

We restored an existing heritage house in the De Waterkant area of Cape Town to become one of the first concept stores in this town. The store is located over three floors of this unique space.

SIR BANI YAS ISLAND RESORTS & SPA

Once the private island of late Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan, the remote island off the coast of Abu Dhabi now boasts the Anantara Resort & Spa. Upon final phase of renovating, RSD was called in to help with an emergency overhaul of key public spaces of the hotel. With a 6 week schedule RSD did a major overhaul of the interior design and handpicked furniture, art, objet which we procured and installed within this short time frame.

TDIC HQ ABU DHABI

This project was installed in the executive suites of the TDIC Head Quarters in Abu Dhabi . TDIC are the master developers of major tourism developments in Abu Dhabi – the newly opened Louvre being one of them. The project consisted of designing new spaces for the VIP and general reception areas, the main boardroom, the Majilis, and the offices of the CEO’s: His Excellency Sheikh Sultan Bin Tahnoon Al Nahyan and His Excellency Mubarak Hamad Al Muhairi as well as executive PA’s office and waiting area.

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