Leading UAE developer DAMAC Properties has announced the launch of a key cluster, Morocco, as part of its master’s project Lagoons in Dubai.
Morocco, the latest addition to the Mediterranean-inspired community, will be part of the cluster collection, which includes Portofino, Venice, Malta, Nice, Santorini, Costa Brava, Marbella, Monte Carlo, Ibiza and Mykonos.
The rich colours and textures of Morocco come to life in this new cluster, designed as a centre of tranquillity with an emphasis on health and wellness.
Characteristic of the warmth and architectural wonders of this African country, the cluster will feature unconventional designs with intertwined arches, central courtyards, carved timbers, decorative tiles and riad gardens.
Morocco will offer four, five, and six-bedroom villas, with interiors highlighting the country’s intricate woodwork and design features.
On the new cluster, Niall McLoughlin, Senior Vice President at DAMAC, said, “Inspired by the enchanting beauty of Morocco, this new cluster is designed to bring details of the facades to the lush landscapes to life. The inspiration for this project stems from our desire to create a haven where residents can immerse themselves in the rich tapestry of Moroccan heritage, while enjoying modern amenities and luxuries.”
“Each villa will be designed to reflect the elegance and authenticity of Moroccan living, featuring elements such as vibrant colour palettes, ornate tile work, and traditional geometric patterns,” he stated.
Niall McLoughlin noted that residents will have access to beautifully landscaped gardens, tranquil courtyards and common areas that will evoke busy Moroccan street scenes.
“Whether it’s strolling through the picturesque streets, relaxing in the tranquil gardens, or savouring the flavours of Moroccan cuisine, this new cluster promises an unparalleled experience – adding a perfect blend to our Mediterranean-themed community,” Niall McLoughlin noted.
According to him, residents also get the opportunity to enjoy Moroccan cuisine amidst the numerous facilities. The ponds will feature floating, light-up seats and flowers, while a viewing platform will be available for some peace and quiet.