It is the perfect time for a spring clean. Whether it’s rejuvenating a tired old space or finding that perfect wellness retreat to revitalise your mind, body and spirit, it is important to take stock and prepare for the opportunities – and challenges- that lie ahead.
Finding inspiration in the season, this issue of LUXlife focuses on the ‘new’. New ideas. New developments. In the old made new again through hard work, creativity and innovation. Think rustic barns turned into idyllic wedding venues. Old manor houses turned into boutique hotels. The traditional made cutting edge. After all, spring is all about revitalisation. Here, we take a moment to spotlight just a few businesses that are embracing this idea to fuel a new era of growth and improvement.
First up is ADELI Interior Architecture & Partners Ltd. Specialising in a decidedly avant-garde style, they have forged an impressive reputation through an experimental flair, finding new ways to push the boundaries in architectural design. We spoke with ADELI’s CEO and Founder, Siavosh Adeli, to find out more about his inspirations and insights.
When it comes to the avant-garde, few places can challenge Dar El Sadaka. This exceptional estate delights in its unusualness, offering guests a truly unique experience that cannot be found anywhere else on the planet. From the assortment of giant-sized animal sculptures peppered throughout the property, or the upside-down house in the grounds, Dar El Sadaka offers an escape from the real world into one defined by whimsy and the fantastical. It is, by any definition, new and different.
Meanwhile, the team here at LUXlife Magazine hope that you enjoy reading this spring edition and hope to hear from you very soon.