AA101 Residence by KAM Architects in Damascus, Syria

 Interior design by KAM Architects (Beirut, Lebanon)

Architecture firm: KAM Architects  /  Principal architect: Karim Abou-Mrad

Design team : KAM Architects, lead by Karim Abou-Mrad

Photos  ©  Walid Rashid


AA101 Residence :

Built area: 520 m² / Site area: 1150 m²

Text description provided by the architects  :

With a modern classic style as an aim for the refurbishment, the design approach 

is mindful of the initial construction of the building, yet explores a more prevalent outline.

 The refined travertine limestone contrasted with the raw concrete emphasizes on 

the modernization of the project, also underlined by the choice

 of nude and restful colors.

A fusion of textures characterizes the living room:

 the marble dresses walls and flat surfaces while the suede greets guests for comfort and

 warmth. With notes of gold metal elevating the seating area, colorful waves ripple 

through the calm tint of beige, conveying energy and modernity.

Glowing under sun rays, the dining room settles into the hues of beiges and golds, 

welcoming its functionality. The bold turquoise blue, contrasting with the lightness

 of the curtains, transports the design to a contemporary time.

Each bedroom is individualized following the intended tenants’ preferences

 while maintaining an overall style for the house. The Ground Floor covers a dining 

room, a living room, a kitchen, a master bedroom that includes an outdoor and a bathroom, 

a guest bathroom, as well as two entrances and an antechamber, and a garden space

 that engulfs the entire floor. The First Floor covers three master bedrooms:

 each includes its own bathroom.

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