Studioarte has merged Arabic ornamentation with whitewashed geometry in this sophisticated coastal sanctuary. Completely reconstructed across two levels, the traditional facade showcases patterned screen entries that would look at home in India, Andalusia or Isfahan.
One of the defining features of this style is the use of repetitive patterns and motifs. These patterns are often inspired by the natural world and are used to create intricate designs that are both beautiful and meaningful. The geometry of the designs is precise and exact, giving the structures a sense of order and stability.
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Georgia Interior Design