Unique Wadi Penthouse is full of surprises
Platau -renovated Wadi Penthouse in Beirut Wadi Abu Jamil district is one of the most unusual penthouses you will ever see. It’s not overly spacious or lavishly decorated, but its design is so full of creativity, you just have to see it for yourself.
Taking advantage of the flexibility of the wood, the architects have separated themselves from strict lines and proportions to create something completely different.
This mezzanine next to the dining room is a true architectural masterpiece. A white floating staircase is the first thing that stands out, but on closer inspection you can see how the walls slide and turn away from their normal straight course.
A metallic stair structure forms a great contrast to the light wood, which continues to disguise a neighboring room. Dining doors fit well with the mezzanine design. The wood element continues throughout the penthouse.
The rest of the rooms, which are less dramatic, only reinforces the impression of the mezzanine. Kitchen, bedroom and home theater look positively contemporary, though a dining room is furnished with a pull-out table and a chandelier.
Above the curious mezzanine there is a small media area with more storage that neatly picks up any form of these curvy walls.