A Beautiful Sanctuary
MANAGED BY DORCHESTER COLLECTION
Situated on the eastern tip of the iconic Palm Jumeirah’s trunk, One Palm is the most luxurious residential address in Dubai. The title of ‘most expensive apartment in Dubai’ belongs to the huge penthouse on One Palm which was sold for a whopping AED 102 million.
Managed by the prestigious Dorchester Collection, One Palm features 25 storeys and ultra-luxurious and limited collection of 94 penthouses for the super discerning home owner who will enjoy unique outdoor living spaces and beautiful sanctuaries as well as a private jetty for yachts.
A luxurious brochure design was created for One Palm consisting of over 140 pages. With high quality finishing, this brochure focus' on each of the different areas of One Palm. Showing these through bold typography and high-end photography.
We also brought to life One Palm through renders. Omniyat has worked with the best designers in the world to create a truly unique project. Designed by award-winning Soma architects, the project also boasts lush sanctuaries and landscaping by Vladimir Djurovic. Buyers will be able to choose from interiors designed by Japanese firm Super Potato and of London based luxury design studio, Elicyon – famed for its involvement in the renowned One Hyde Park building in London’s Knightsbridge.
Various pieces of print were created for the brand. Using the rich brand colours to create a suite of collateral that brings to life One Palm and its reimagined approach to elegance and luxury.
Elicyon was brought on board to design two show apartments as well as the basebuild scheme at the One Palm development. The interior scheme which completed in February of 2018 is a sophisticated and modern one with tone on tone interiors to suit the panoramic beach views. It’s interiors and the indoor-outdoor living that they offer will truly take your breath away.
Super Potato designed the second interior design concept.
"The original inspiration for One Palm comes from the use of stone, wood, metal and glass to create the feeling of living in the air and living amongst nature. We restructured the visual and physical attributes of materials found from legendary Japanese architecture and tearooms – iron, timber, natural stone, and bricks – to incorporate into our design to enhance the beauty of the space." - Takashi Sugimoto, president, Super Potato Co.