El Chiringuito. An Outdoor heaven in the Palm of Dubai

ANARCHITECT
2017

photo by Ieva Saudargaite

Tipping the Eastern crescent of Palm Dubai, El Chiringuito marked a new venture into the UAE’s dynamic hospitality scene. 

photo by Ieva Saudargaite

The new restaurant housed within an open-beach house structure served by a dedicated kitchen building and set in a matured landscape with a terracing lounge garden, pool deck, and private beach.

photo by Ieva Saudargaite

El Chiringuito was conceived following a rare opportunity to acquire a strategically central location on The Palm that is accessible by both boat and road with a private beach and open sea

photo by Ieva Saudargaite

The challenge for ANARCHITECT was to creatively divide the existing landscape and spaces of the property to accommodate new programs.

photo by Ieva Saudargaite

Adding the new central restaurant structure, kitchen building alongside the new upper entrance garden and connection to the lower pool deck and beachfront area. 

photo by Ieva Saudargaite

The selection of materials was important given the marine environment and exposure of the location on The Palm. 

photo by Ieva Saudargaite

The spaces of the restaurant & beach club are progressive and interconnected; while some areas are completely sheltered, some are shaded with natural bamboo or pergola slats and others fully open to the elements. 

photo by Ieva Saudargaite

The restaurant and lounge furniture were bespoke and custom-designed by the architects.


Project Info:

Location: Dubai, UAE
Completion date: Quarter One, 2017
Project Area: 5,000sqm
Photography: Ieva Saudargaite


About the Designer: ANARCHITECT

A multiple award-winning architecture, interior and design practice based in Dubai and London that specializes in delivering bespoke projects for design-conscious private and corporate clients globally.
Its diverse portfolio of built work spans residential, leisure, hospitality, workplace and culture throughout the Middle East, Europe, Asia, and Africa. 
Founded in 2013 by British architect Jonathan Ashmore, the practice manifests architecture across diverse scales of design with superlative craft, detail, and materiality.

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