Sheraton Dubai Creek Hotel & Towers
Project Category: Hospitality
Lighting Consultant: neoalpha global
Sheraton Dubai Creek offers a modern, elegant look with the familiar Arabic touch of hospitality. It boasts of 268 comfortable and contemporary rooms with spacious bathrooms.
The Sheraton Club rooms and 30 expansive suites overlooking the creek, which offers travelers heightened luxury. With award-winning international cuisine on offer and several of Dubai’s best restaurants on site, the Sheraton Dubai Creek has a range of world-class dining options to suit any taste and budget. From high quality Italian at Vivaldi, the explosive tastes and aromas of Indian dining at Ashiana, a live cooking and interactive dining experience at Creekside Japanese Restaurant, Dubai’s oldest British pub fare at The Chelsea Arms and small bites and snacks 24 hours a day at the Lobby Café.
neoalpha global has carried out the conceptualization, design development and site supervision of the overall FOH architectural lighting. The overall design scope included lighting design for the main public area spaces and guest room corridors.
neoalpha global is owned by Alessandro Ayanian, Creative Designer and Managing Director, who has over 20 years of experience in professional lighting having worked on most project types all around the world from large hotel resorts and masterplans to bars, restaurants, government buildings, corporate offices, stadiums, and private residences.
What we do is closely related to our philosophy about the impact of light on the human experience. Our lighting design solutions are premised on an understanding of how light can change the human psyche in terms of wellness which means that it requires exceptional creativity to design and turn sophisticated design ideas into reality.
At neoalpha we believe in 5 core values: Creativity, Innovation, Quality, Passion and Delivery. Our passion to strive above and beyond is our way of life. Specific deliverables vary from project to project, but our design process is often similar. Though there is not a single or finite path to deliver our design, each process does follow a consistent set of core ideas.