An authentic Islamic architectural style, enriched by many narrow, arched windows and main entrance porches, can be found in the low, squared building that encompasses the 5 wedding halls. The perimeter walls, partially covered by tridimensional panels decorated with repeating geometric patterns, deliver a strong Arabic characterization to the whole complex, creating at the same time a romantic, unforgettable atmosphere. Belonging to an ancient artisan tradition, these recurring geometric patterns, reproducible in infinite configurations, have been pictured or carved for many centuries on different materials, such as silver, stone, leather and glazed mosaic, and are commonly considered representative of the Islamic design and culture.
According to the required lighting design, the exterior illumination of the Wedding Hall Complex was divided into fixed warm white parts, alternating with dynamic color changing areas. GRIVEN was charged with the illumination in dynamically changing pastel tones of specific parts of the compound. An alternation of soft pastel shades was required to beautifully enhance with a dynamic color changing effect the arabesque patterned walls, the cornice of the roof and the higher palm trees of the gardens through the usage of a DMX manageable color changing system.