Lead Designers, Lead Consultants
The architectural project entails the design and construction of 135 villas in Erbil, Iraq, inspired by the Andalusian architectural style. The development aims to combine the charm and elegance of Andalusian design elements with modern amenities and functionality. The project is situated in Erbil, a vibrant city in northern Iraq known for its rich history and cultural heritage. The site selection takes into account factors such as accessibility, infrastructure, and the surrounding natural environment to create an ideal setting for the villas.
The villas draw inspiration from the Andalusian architectural style, which originated in the southern region of Spain and is characterized by a blend of Moorish, Spanish, and Mediterranean influences. This architectural style is renowned for its intricate geometric patterns, vibrant tile work, arches, courtyards, and lush gardens.
The exterior facades showcase a combination of stucco, brickwork, and decorative tiles, reflecting the ornate detailing found in traditional Andalusian buildings. Arched windows, wrought iron balconies, and carved wooden doors add a touch of elegance to the villas' exteriors.
Interior Layout: The interior layouts are designed to optimize space utilization and create a seamless flow between rooms. Open floor plans, high ceilings with decorative beams, and large windows enhance the sense of spaciousness and allow ample natural light to enter the living spaces.
Authentic materials and finishes are used to maintain the Andalusian aesthetic. Examples include mosaic tiles, ornate plasterwork, intricately patterned ceramics, and handcrafted wooden elements. The color palette includes warm earth tones, vibrant blues, and terracotta hues, creating a visually appealing and welcoming atmosphere.