Villa Gemmayze

Posted on Fri, 26 Feb 2016 by KiM

Colour, modern furnishings and patterned tile makes this 500 m² home in Beirut, Lebanon designed by architect Annabel Karim Kassar pretty spectacular. The starting point for the interior of the color-rich home in Beirut was inspired from a palm tree standing in front of the house, its orange dates and its very green leaves. In the midst of Gemmayze, an old, traditional quarter of the city, full of Venetian style buildings, where bars and restaurants are all buzz at night, the heart of the house is vibrant and dramatic. Pink, orange, green and checkered, the walls are a statement that shouts color as they are transformed into “designer pieces” themselves. Furniture carefully designed and picked out, oversize lampshades and geometric patterned flooring all stand strong enough and hold their own against all that color, where anything quieter would have been drowned out.(Photos: Ray Main)


Peggy says:

Not a big fan of green, but….that green bedroom is gorgeous!

loulou ste-adele says:

the doors ! the colours ! this home is perfect for me.

Suzanne Melton says:

The doors. THE DOORS!

They painted and then used gold leaf?

Mind is spinning!

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