Property company Danube has released images of its latest Dubai project, the Ritz.
The firm has partnered with a Spanish home technology business that will install a sofa-cum-bed in the living room of an apartment with the bed tucked into the wall as part of the interior home décor with a sofa set.
The bed, when released from the wall, gradually falls on the ground as a bed, ready to sleep in. Additionally, the collapsible doors provide quick and easy space division for privacy.
Ritz offers 450 apartments including 180 studios, 135 one-bedroom and 135 two-bedrooms with built-in modular kitchen, furniture and complete bathroom fittings by Italian company Milano.
In addition to these, Ritz homes come with health club, sauna, jacuzzi, tennis court, car parking, basketball court, badminton court, paddle tennis court, swimming pool, health club, jogging track and party hall
Danube founder and chairman Rizwan Sajan said. “The new home solution will appeal to new couples and small families who are on the move and wants a cozy, ready-made home with fitted in furniture and amenities as well as give them enough space to entertain and host guests and friends over the weekend.
“Since we can’t expand the space at home, we found a better way to utilise it by the use of innovative technology.”
“The move reflects our focus on the end-users and their comfort as well as comes as a fitting tribute to the ‘Year of Innovation’ where the UAE’s leadership is looking at stimulating innovation and technology to fuel the country’s economic growth as we move forward.”