Firm says it provides end-to-end bespoke solutions for private owners and high-end residential and commercial developments
CK Architecture Interiors has announced that it has secured work on six ultra-luxury projects on the Palm Jumeirah. The villas feature between five to nine bedrooms and the firm states that the total construction area is 20,800sqm and a plot area of over 9,300sqm.
According to a statement, the projects include a number of unique elements including a bowling alley, state-of-the-art lighting design and car parking area and furniture from some of the world’s top brands. All the villas are due to be handed over by 2022.
“Dubai’s premium property sector is built on solid foundations and remains resilient to recessions and immune to pandemics. And thanks to the recent announcement from the government granting retirement visas, we expect even more pent up demand by non-resident UHNWI’s to invest in the city and take advantage of its luxurious lifestyle,” said CK Architecture founder and MD Cem Kapancioglu.
The company says that it provides end-to-end, bespoke solutions for discerning private owners. It is currently also engaged on a 2.5-bedroom luxury apartment in the Burj Khalifa which will be delivered next month. The scope of work includes a complete redesign of the apartment with luxury furniture, kitchen, curtains and bathroom fixtures and fittings from premium European brands, the firm explained.
The company says it has so far provided bespoke design and build solutions for residential, commercial and hospitality projects including apartments in the Burj Khalifa, Blue Waters, Palm Jumeirah, Ibn Battuta Gate Hotel, Seven Hotel and Residences, Sterling and Wilson, Tetra Pak, Ferro Expo and Boulevard Plaza.