Elysium (Royal Majlis) by ahmed yakout
2018 - 2019, Platinum A' Interior Space and Exhibition Design Award Winner
when I started the project, I wanted to simulate antiquity, but in a different way in terms of design, colors and raw materials used, to indicate the current era to be a design mix between the present and the past. The design was inspired by the study and analysis of some of the best buildings and palaces that have been built in the past ages Such as the Elysee Palace in France, palazzo Madama in Italy and Abdeen palace in Egypt
Traditional interior design is inspired by french style in 17th and 18th century European decor. It's a timeless style that exemplifies elegance and comfort. the main elements of design in terms of function and shape have been taken into account and on this basis the main lines of design have been determined to give sense of harmony. taking into consideration the choice of furniture, lighting and decoration to suit the design.
Design Challenges
At first we faced several problems, the height and how to ventilate space, which led to the work of exits for ventilation Of the walls and hide them aesthetically so as to perform the function and verify the shape also big windows problem on both sides and how Dealing with it and turning it into a part that serves the design so we make arch in front of all windows and make curtain cove inside it and finish it with classical decoration around
Production Technology
The work started in the design with a lot of sketches and drawings with (AutoCad) then the transition to the stage of choosing the colors,materials used, lighting and furniture to make mood boards by (Adobe Photoshop)to be designed as required . then we started to 3D modeling using (Autodesk 3ds max)
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