After working for Microsoft and Google, Owais is now drawing lively art in a studio of her design in 6th of October City, as bright and colourful as her own illustrations.
From refreshing greenery to herringbone marble flooring, Nadia Salem went for a sophisticated yet fun dining experience with contrasting aesthetics that are supplemented with ethereal lighting.
The flamboyant use of marbles and wood in every space of this Cairo Festival City residence by L’Angolo Interiors got it awarded ‘Best Luxury Residential Design’ by Luxury Lifestyle Awards 2022.
Would you trust your designers to have free reign over your home? The owners of this Hacienda summer house gave Design Point the keys and came back to a boldly ornamented art gallery of a home.
In this open plan residential unit visualised for a Spanish design studio, Mima A. Emad created minimal spaces with light tones that put a spotlight on statement pieces.
This house has it all on one floor, from Missoni patterns in powder rooms and ceramic pots and oversized art pieces, to glamorous pearl chandeliers, keeping its homeowners intrigued at every corner.
Stepping through its two-storey high door, this North Coast home’s vibrant natural materials and open plan makes for an airy living experience full of The Design Code’s signature highlights.
With a careful selection of furniture and plants around a pool, A-Squared Landscape brought out the vivid view of the Mediterranean Sea at this Marassi summerhouse.
In this crisp concept art of a cliff house by OR Studio, a Cairo-based architectural visualisation studio, the notion of complete transparency is imagined.