Daahlia Homes



Within Dune Scape’s walls, the whispers of desert winds find solace, where terracotta and dark wood unite in a timeless dance of earth and elegance.

As we journey to another desert hotel, designed with the essence of terracotta hues blend seamlessly with traditional techniques, echoing the spirit of Tokio Aoyama’s orientalist influences and the graceful curvature of bentwood accents.


We love what we do for a living, and we love hearing feedback about it. There is nothing better than standing back looking at a completed pool with our customers, admiring the end result.

Our präˌses

We follow a very systematic & detailed process in order to achieve our accompalished design language. It includes a detailed formulated Conceptual development followed by Schematics, Detailed design development, GFC’S, Client Estimate & Site Initiation.

Our inspəˈrāSH(ə)n

The inspiration behind Dune Scape’s is a reverent homage to the majestic desert landscapes. It draws from the rich heritage of global cultures, infusing elements of neoclassical clarity, oriental minimalism, and orientalist influences. Overall, the design seeks to create a sanctuary that transports guests to the heart of the desert’s timeless beauty and serenity.

In the grandeur of the hotel’s lobby, a captivating lounge area beckons with its exquisite fusion of dark wood and terracotta. Bathed in the gentle glow of global illumination, the space bears the unmistakable signature of Philip McKay’s artistic influence, featuring rounded shapes and intricate woven or perforated elements. In yet another room, a circular sofa and an inviting open fireplace become the focal point, captured in photorealistic renderings that harken back to the elegance of the Shang Dynasty. Opaque resin panels create an ethereal atmosphere, while terracotta accents and screen tones add visual intrigue.

Transform your space into a sanctuary of simplicity and elegance