Bahrain, UAE


Bosc, Timeless, 356 (Diabla)

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Address Beach Resort Hotel

At the foot of Bahrain's Marina Beach lies the exclusive Hotel Address Beach Resort. The iconic building, designed by the architecture studio Killa Design, is the best vantage point to enjoy the horizon over the sea. From each of its 77 stories, you get the most spectacular views of the Dubai Eye, the Palm Jumeirah island, or the marina. Composed of two elliptical towers connected at the base by the hotel lobby, its roof hides the highest infinity pool in the world. Thanks to the space created between the two towers, the interiors of the Address Beach Resort Hotel are spacious and bright, flooded by the clarity of the sun and its reflection on the sand.

The large terraces and outdoor areas, furnished with GANDIABLASCO and Diabla Outdoor outdoor furniture collections, blend with the beach, where the sand, the breeze and the reflections of the sun on the water take center stage.

The natural shapes of the BOSC sofas and armchairs, created by Made Studio for GANDIABLASCO, refer to the traditional wicker weaving techniques so widespread in Mediterranean culture. The tradition is brought up to date with something as innovative, resistant and light as aluminum, the emblematic material of GANDIABLASCO. The TIMELESS outdoor armchairs, by José Gandía-Blasco Canales and Borja García, coexist in harmony with BOSC, creating a comfortable environment that invites you to relax with company.

TIMELESS armchairs are the best choice for setting up cozy and comfortable dining spaces that invite conversation around the table. Their sober and artifice-free design makes them blend well in any setting.

Diabla Outdoor's 365 outdoor loungers are arranged in the water on the edge of a pool whose sheet merges with the sea line on the horizon. The 365 collection is original and resistant thanks to its manufacture in 100% recyclable polyethylene. The aerodynamic shapes of this lounger, inspired by the first models of the Porsche 356, rise from the water like small waves that the sea breeze would have raised on the shore.

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Made Studio


José A. Gandía-Blasco Canales

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