We are humbled to be part of Lebanon's most reputable residential projects by supplying kitchens, wood flooring, decking, and ceramics.
Designed by Swiss architects Herzog & De Meuron and located in the most-high-end residential area in Lebanon, Beirut Terraces marks the introduction of the first-ever vertical village concept in the world and rethinks the concept of the skyscraper, creating an elegant platforms layered in a playful formation. The concept shapes the city’s future and revives its past by integrating the indoor outdoor living experience through extended terraces.
Mawad was responsible for supplying 11,000 m2 of wood flooring and skirting for the 131 apartments.
Home of the global citizen, District //S, a 13,200 sqm site in the historic center of Beirut, offers an opulent neighborhood experience with fully- serviced townhouses, penthouses, apartments and studios within walking distance of restaurants, art galleries, health and lifestyle facilities, green areas and luxury boutiques.
Mawad is responsible to supply kitchens and wood flooring to District //S apartments.
Project is under execution.
Mawad was also part of other notable residential projects in Beirut by supplying kitchens, wood flooring, decking, and ceramics.
Bahri Gardens II
Bahri Gardens I
Mawad was honored at the Arabian Property Awards for the categories of Kitchen Design for Lebanon with 3 Beirut, Abey Villa, and FR Kitchen and Surface Design for Lebanon with Beirut Terraces.
State-of-the-art Zeyko kitchen has been designed as much for family fun as for serious cooking. Characterised by high functionality, flat surfaces, clean lines and superb finishing, it is the ultimate in contemporary design. Using simple white cabinetry and adding texture and warmth with American walnut veneer cabinetry forms a sleek but liveable feel. e small niche of black back painted glass around the oven area then adds a bold statement to the design. Larger apartments are also equipped with a central island in the kitchen, while a sliding door allows the area to open to the living and dining areas. Mawad also executed wood flooring works of 10,000m² and decking works of 2,000m² at 3 Beirut.
Mawad was also commissioned to supply 11,000m² of wood flooring and skirting for the 131 apartments within Beirut Terraces, the world’s first-ever vertical village concept by Herzog & de Meuron. e brief was to install clean, clear and simple flooring that was free of knots and homogeneous grain to give a modern look. e skirting was recessed in the wall with a matching colour to create a light design. By choosing Russian oak, Mawad’s has provided an ethically sustainable, sourced engineered timber wood floor which has helped to minimise the impact on valuable resources and blend beautifully with the apartments’ atmosphere.
Mawad is one of Lebanon’s most trusted and reliable finishing materials suppliers, specialising in designer kitchens. Two of its latest awardwinning designs are featured here. Abey Kitchen is located in a 100 year-old former boarding school in one of the prettiest villages in Mount Lebanon. The client has renovated the derelict building into a private residential villa, retaining its traditional features but adding modern and luxurious finishes. Upon entering the contemporary kitchen, an abundance of daylight floods into the space through large windows which also optimise the surrounding views of nature. Fitted with top quality Velvet Black Nobilia cabinetry and black counter tops, it features clean lines and stylish glass framed doors. Blue mosaic tiles then provide a classical modern finish, adding contrast and also reflecting the colour of the sky through the windows.
FR Kitchen is within a large apartment in 3BEIRUT, an exclusive project in the city consisting of three iconic towers. The Zeyko kitchen is equipped with a centre island designed to seat 12 as a dining table and a sliding door to open out into the dining and living areas. Featuring simple white cabinetry with clean lines, the addition of black counter tops gives an elegant, contemporary look. A small niche of black painted glass creates a strong design impact and adds to the overall Art Deco style where alignment and symmetry have been major elements.