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First look: One Palm’s new luxurious showroom unveiled

First look: One Palm’s new luxurious showroom unveiled

Dubai-based developer Omniyat has revealed its latest showroom at its luxury One Palm development on The Palm Jumeirah.

First look images of the new show apartment reveal a 4,000 square foot three-bedroom unit, boasting a large open plan, lateral living space with a cool colour palette and magnificent views of Dubai Marina, The Ain Dubai and the Arabian Gulf.

The new showroom is styled by London-based design studio Elicyon, one of Omniyat’s two interior partners on the One Palm project, and follows the news that luxury hospitality brand Dorchester Collection will manage the property.

One Palm is home to Dubai’s most expensive apartment, a 29,000 sq ft triplex penthouse that sold last year for AED 102 million.

Mahdi Amjad, CEO and executive chairman of Omniyat, said: “As the most exclusive address on The Palm Jumeirah and home to Dubai’s most expensive apartment, One Palm commands the best style and design possible.

“Clients are given the choice of two high-end designers to style their villas in the sky, and this new showroom captures the high-end finishings and plush furniture that turn these units into exquisite homes.”

Famed for its involvement in the renown One Hyde Park building in Knightsbridge, London, Elicyon regularly uses opulent materials combined with extraordinary bespoke craftsmanship and detailing. On a world stage, the studio has set the standard for exclusive residences from Shanghai to Mumbai and is already familiar with the Middle East having worked on projects in Kuwait and Saudi Arabia.

Charu Gandhi, founder and director of Elicyon, said: “We have really enjoyed being a part of this amazing project at One Palm by Omniyat, it has been fantastic to work in Dubai particularly at such a landmark building.”

Now celebrating their work at One Palm, Elicyon is developing a passion for Dubai and the region and is looking to spend more time in the Middle East curating bold and personalised homes.

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