Located in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, Bayswater was designed by Dubarch. The architectural concept of the building revolves around the idea of a modern and innovative form. A simple and pure rectilinear form, sliced longitudinally to further reduce the bulk of the volume and introduce the impression of the two sleek and tall towers conforming to the long foot print of the plot. The building is then further delineated by exposing and projecting edges of the floor slab in a staggered pattern to add to the aesthetics of this simple form.
This simplicity of form is carried out in every aspect of design. Approaching the building from the street side, the two towers descend to ground and land within a shallow reflective pool of water where a bridge transforms the visitors from the streetscape and welcomes them to the tranquility and simplicity of the edifice. The lobby is a simple serene hall with an impressing high ceiling. The lift lobbies and common areas, all follow the same simple approach and are carefully detailed with a few rich natural materials and accessories to offer simple but intellectual luxury. The building functions are also meant to be straight forward and simple and avoid unnecessary complications. This is evident in both pedestrian and vehicular ease of access to the building.