Completed in November 2014, the Four Seasons Dubai sits beside Jumeirah Beach, just ten minutes from Dubai’s famous commercial district.
California based architect WATG worked alongside interior designer BAMO to create a resort heavily influenced by mediterranean architecture and the hotel’s seaside location. For example, the lobby sits underneath an octagonal dome finished with gold leaf that enhances the natural light coming through the windows.Each of the 237 guestrooms come with a balcony, offering panoramic views of the sea or the city’s extravagant skyline, punctuated by the world’s tallest building, the Burj Khalifa.
The luxury hotel required a tailored package to ensure it’s aesthetic flair was complemented by the door furniture. The intricate detail on the Royal Suite doors was matched by custom made lattice pull handles in a pewter finish, whilst the rest of the suite and public areas were supplied with pull and knob handles in a co-ordinated bronze finish.In contrast, the hotel opted for a polished finish in the presidential suite, with nickel and stainless steel the preferred materials. A full spectrum of door furniture was applied including lever handles, lock cases and door closers, all supplied in the desired polished finish.