Western Design for office in Saudi Arabia

A western design was completed for a financial center in Saudi Arabia. The project was commissioned for 660 sq. m. of offices in a financial center in Riyadh, the capital of Saudi Arabia.

The project was commissioned by a company linked to the Royal House that was hoping to achieve a design that reflects a western cosmopolitan personality: fine but not ostentatious- a proposal which contrasts the country´s arabic culture. 

Siegfried Blume, owner of Barcelona Design Gallery, has imprinted his personal character in this project. The warmth of the woods used, such as rosewood, or the leather aged in malted tones, contrast with teh sobriety of stainless steels, flamed granite, and glass meshes. Western design that blends with the Arabic tradition reflected in large photographs that envelop some of the main walls. 

A renderized view of the Reception Room

The reception invites you to delve into this different world: when you exit the elevator a large lamp made of Artemide and a picture of Arabic architecture in a large aluminum dibond invites the visitor inside.
A renderized view of a Conference Room

The conference room is presided over by a large glass table measuring 4 x 1.4 meters. The design by Siegfried Blume adds contrast to the vertical structures of the Borneo jungle.

A renderized view of the common office space

The reception area is an open space of generous dimensions over which 8 plasma screens hang in a stainless steel structure. Several of the circular offices are arranged around these plasma screens to inform the practitioners of the stock values administered through these screens. In their corporate colors, our own BCB logo is reflected on the granite floor of Zimbabwe.

Renderized view of the President´s office

The project also includes several offices and various informal lounge areas.