Interiors Lifestyle Wellness design

Berber heritage-inspired minimalist spa in Dubai by VSHD Design features Moroccan hammam aesthetic

March 28, 2021

Designed by Rania Hamed-led interior design firm VSHD Design, ZAAZ Wellness & Beauty is a spa located in Dubai’s tony Jumeirah neighborhood. Set across two floors, its interiors are reflective of Moroccan and Berber heritage combined with minimalistic modern design elements.

The design of ZAAZ, which took 12 months to complete, required the sourcing of specific material, custom-design elements, and heritage items, including Tadelakt, a waterproof plaster made in Morocco for the hammam on the second floor; and specially made Zellij tiles, which can be found throughout the spa offering an authentic experience of a spa in Morocco. A distinct feature of the spa is its simplicity. The design of the spa provides a taste of Morocco in a discreet manner without an overdose of embellishment and instead focuses on the beauty of the materials, the lighting, lines, and proportions inherent in each spa.

Project details:

Name of project: ZAAZ Wellness & Beauty

Location: Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Area: 240m

Client: Asmaa Quorrich

Lead designer: Rania M Hamed

Senior designer: Arianna Cardin

Project manager: Bryan Miranda

Photographer: Oculis Project

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