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Demole, Dome Project Interiors and high- end jewelry hardware brand PullCast have given an art deco theme to their latest project in Miami.



Founded in 2005 in Switzerland by Céline Demole, Dôme Project Interiors was born from an intense passion to turn interiors and furniture into art, conveying the soul of their clients in the projects they create. Dôme Project Interiors, while looking for the best and most unique products on the market, has discovered PullCast Jewelry Hardware, a Portuguese brand of decorative and architectural hardware that take as primary inspirations the simplest elements of nature to the most extravagant details of cosmopolitan life.


This project was carried out in a prestigious apartment located on a very exclusive island in Miami. The project covers 800-square meters and also the property has a 200-square-meter terrace overlooking Miami Beach. The Dôme Project Interiors team worked on an Art Deco theme, ingeniously exploiting refined finishes and details. The aim was to create a gracious and elegant interior through the use of noble and natural materials, such as mother-of-pearl and shagreen, subtly creating a perfect balance in textures and visually emphasizing the elegance of both the architectural features and the luxurious furniture pieces. The jewel of Dôme’s project was the 200-square-meter lounge with a spectacular panoramic view of the ocean and South Beach. The sofas and armchairs in this beautiful living area were designed by Dôme and custom made in high-end quality in order to match this imposing and polished ambiance.


Featured in this project are the Comb drawer handle, Kesya cabinet and drawer handle, Catha drawer handle from PullCast’s Earth Collection and Pebble drawer handle Natica cabinet handle, Caviar drawer handle from Ocean Collection. In the dining room, a hand-painted impressive panorama wallpaper offering audacity and sophistication. A custom made wooden trellised panel gracefully separates the dining room allowing circulation of light and creating an eye-catching flow between spaces. For the bathroom furniture, Dôme Catha and Kesya drawer handles, bringing elegance and sophistication. Catha vigorous forms resemble the calm after the storm. A force of nature ready to become a cut diamond in your designs.


The master bedroom is characterized by crisp and lavish panoramic wallpaper catching the eye from behind the headboard, and further enhanced by the two pendant lights with gleaming dripping glass decorations Also in the other bedroom the nightstands have Pebble hardware from Ocean Collection. This furniture drawer handle is smooth but with an irregular texture, portraying the strength of the sea and the marks of contact with other rocks when wounding in the waves.

The Mercure Almaty Hotel is a project where international chain standards and the charm of Kazakhstanare flawlessly fused together. A colorful, fully detailed and eccentric Interior Design is the main character in every space where textures and graphic decorations are inspired by Kazakhstan traditional art.


The spaces and services include two restaurants with the finest cuisine, lobby-bar, 4 spacious conference rooms and a relaxing spa-center with an amazing view of the mountain landscape. All the graphic elements remind the traditional decorations of the place. Starting from the brand wall in the entrance hall, to the moquette in the common areas, to the patterns of top tables, to the carpet and wallpapers in the rooms.  Guests could perceive the tradition of Kazakh also in the choice of colors and color contrasts.


All the materials and details are matched by the attention to the latest trends without losing sight of the comfort scenario making the hotel the perfect combination to reach success for an international professional or businessman who is planning a business trip or leisure travel.

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(The article was originally produced in The Tiles of India magazine, March-Apr 2019 issue)


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