Roar is a Dubai-based architecture and interior design firm created in 2013 by architect Pallavi Dean. They have completed over 84 projects in the area, including SensAsia Spa at The Kempinski Hotel Dubai, McKinsey & Co. headquarters, The Nursery of the Future, and a number of luxury individual houses.
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ROAR has been honoured with various honours, including CID Middle East Boutique Design Firm of the Year and Global Emerging Designer of the Year at the Frame Awards in Amsterdam.
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ROAR cultivates their wild side – the artistic free spirit that adds wow factor to a venue by truly letting their thoughts run wild. The gentle side, which is scientific, evidence-based, and data-driven, shapes the foundations of their environments. When these two worlds converge, magic happens.
1 – Jumeirah Islands, Dubai
To develop a modern house for a young family, a design that incorporated beauty and a minimalist approach was created.
They settled on a tranquil and pleasant design with plenty of open space. The objective from the start was to create a multi-sensory experience.
They utilised their UXD (User Experience Design) research tool to meet the family’s design goals while also future-proofing the space as the family expands.
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2 – Villa D, Dubai
In a cookie-cutter neighbourhood development, create something distinctive. To create a liveable, functioning environment in which every square metre was utilised.
This house is unabashedly fun. It’s not for everyone, but that’s the point: it was designed just for one family.
With its charm, character, and colour, the house nearly feels like a boutique hotel.
3 – Datwani, Dubai
To create an environment that combines elements of Tokyo with Indian aesthetics. To develop a design palette that emphasises accuracy and details as important aspects.
Through the use of subdued colour, textures, and patterns, this home honours the resident’s Indian ancestry.
The features in the interiors are evocative of delicate, minimalist Japanese design.
4 – Kuwait Villa, Kuwait
To establish a family house in the centre of Kuwait City. They’ve reduced the amount of physical walls to allow for a smooth flow from the greeting area, through the living and dining areas, and into the family’s display kitchen.
As a tribute to the cultural value of privacy, they’ve used screening in a delicate way, so that rooms are partially veiled and partly shown.
One distinguishing aspect is that all bedrooms are duplexes. This is a deliberate attempt to draw influence from two worldwide design trends: loft living and boutique hotels.
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