First Look: 10 Design unveils new luxury apartments plan in Dubai

The Seventh Heaven complex features a stepped form that will offer stunning views of the Dubai skyline.

Images courtesy of 10 Design
June 19, 2014

Amidst the desert landscape of the Arabian peninsula, design firm 10 Design, along with client Al Barari, have planned a high-end residential development that will provide a luscious environment unparalleled in the region because of its diversity in planting and landscaping.

The project is fittingly named "Seventh Heaven." Located far enough from Dubai to provide stunning views of the Middle Eastern metropolis' skyline, the structure itself is a modern, angular building with terraces and gardens throughout, comprising 157 high-end luxury apartments, garden villas and penthouses.

According to the firm's press release, the master plan "is conceived as a vast park punctuated by waterways and incorporating residential villas, resort hotel, commercial district and community facilities."

The design was conceived with sustainability in mind. Residences are positioned along an east-west axis, which optimizes southern exposure and northern views, while minimizing east and west solar angles. Moreover, a recycling water system will help with the landscaping and alleviate the typical stress on aquifers.

For more information, the project's full description can be viewed in here.

 

         
 

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