For the past years, Kuwait has not been that absolute dream destination that everyone talks about, but this time Yabu Pushelberg turned it into a five-star destination for you to spend some time relaxing with its newest hotel design project.
Rising from the Middle-Eastern skies at the Burj Alshaya complex, the newest Four Seasons hotel by design firm Yabu Pushelberg surely doesn’t go under the radar. The building itself is imposing and glorious, counting with stunning architectural design, but it’s on the inside that a five-star experience is hidden in what became one of the best hotels in Kuwait.
Yabu Pushelberg has humanized the scale of the hotel’s vast interior halls with subtle renditions of Middle Eastern motifs, such as bronze accents on low-slung furniture, typical mashrabiya screens rendered onto towering columns, the floor-to-ceiling windows in the 284 bedrooms and suites, and privacy screens in the bathrooms, polygonal-shaped lamps, and soaring timber arches that recall the gentle bend of desert palms. This interior design project really demands luxury and elegance.
For this hotel design, there was no such thing as too much, shyness or simpleness. Yabu Pushelberg truly pushed the boundaries of normative interior design and went all-in with the world’s largest crystal Lasvit chandelier in the lobby, which reflects such beautiful light when the sun meets with the precious and refined glass.
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