Jumeirah Islands is an urban development covering 300 hectares of land between Interchange 5 and 6 on the side of Sheikh Zayed Road, next to Emirates Hills & Jumeirah Lake Towers. It’s a total of 50 island clusters, 46 of which are residential units that each contains 16 luxury villas with their own private swimming pool and garden area. 2 clusters each contains two 3-floor apartment buildings and another 2 contains uniquely stylish townhouses. The luxury villas will either contain 4 or 5 bedrooms comes in sizes between 5,101 and 7,200 square feet. There are a total of 736 villas, 184 apartments and 104 townhouses.
Oasis – The Oasis clusters will be based on Desert Modern, Mexican, Egyptian and Dubai themes. The Oasis offers a lush refuge in the hostile desert world. Echoing the idea of a natural sanctuary, the central garden is replete with bountiful groves and plentiful selection of bird and plant species that a nourishing body of water supports.
Islamic – The Islamic clusters will be based on Ottoman, Mumluki, Moroccan and Abbasi themes. Islamic tile is perhaps the most accessible manifestation of a complex culture, and the design of a historic 18th century tile provided the inspiration for the central garden, reflecting a modern interpretation of the tile’s whimsical floral pattern.
European – The European clusters will be based on Italian, Venetian, Venice Medici and Spanish themes. Inspired by the great geometric gardens of 17th century France. The parterre gardens of the European enclave create a tranquil atmosphere of order and pattern brought to life through rhythmic, conical forms of large clipped plants and colorful perennial beds laid out in geometric and scrolled patterns.
Mediterranean – The Mediterranean clusters will be based on Costa Del Sol, French Riviera and Spanish themes. The aged and muted colors inherent in Italian gardens and architecture are echoed in this garden landscape. Recalling Italian villa gardens, the landscapes of the Mediterranean cluster feature informal outdoor terraces set with in a predominately evergreen palette of olives, cypress and the occasional palm.
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