Dubai-and-London-based boutique firm Anarchitect has designed a new 'modern living' residential complex for Dubai developer Ellington Properties that seamlessly integrates interior and exterior spaces.
Neighbouring landscaped natural parks, the two adjoining skyscrapers feature open views from both the front and the rear, using the interiors to maximise the outdoors.
The indoor areas of both residences and amenities flow uninterrupted into the outdoor spaces which are designed to become extensions of the interiors, creating a balance between inside and outside.
"The property expresses its relationship with the surrounding open parks by opening up views from each residential space towards the landscape both front and rear, and by creating an effortless transition and connection between the indoor and outdoor aspects," said Jonathan Ashmore, principal at Anarchitect.
Wilton Park Residences features a ground level lobby, two parking levels, and 12 residential floors including amenities that aims to engage the community "with a superlative living experience", located between two adjoining skyscrapers.
The material palette plays with contrasts, balancing between solid and transparent interventions, light and shadow, texture and transparency - creating an interplay between privacy and openness.
The horizontal aspect of the two adjacent residences have been complimented by an expressive structure which adds depth to the facade and frames the individual living spaces, naturally shading them from intense sunlight.
The project has already broken ground, with interiors designed by Perkins+Will.