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Manital for the Bluewaters Hotel in Dubai

Bluewaters Hotel Dubai
Manital for the Bluewaters Hotel in Dubai it has been modified: 2018-03-01 di Valentina Vincenti

Manital, an Italian company that has been designing handles for over 25 years, has been chosen to provide the innovative project of the Bluewaters Hotel in Dubai which will be built on the homonymous island, the last artificial paradise wanted by the Sheikh of Dubai and Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates. Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum.

To open the doors of the exclusive resort, the Saturn handle, designed by Mario Mazzer and Giovanni Crosera, has been selected for quality and design: its ring shape recalls the Ferris wheel of the island, destined to be the largest in the world and new icon to dominate the Dubai skyline.
Even Saturn is distinguished by the important measures: its rosette is 180 mm wide and 152 mm high and is composed of two discs: one external, to which the handle is applied, and an internal one available in various finishes and coatings and also customizable with laser engravings. The finish chosen for the whole hotel is anthracite and black leather for the internal disc.
Saturn will therefore be a characterizing element of the door, ideal for important environments, elengates and defined in detail by the Bluewaters Hotel.
The supply is completed with a series of Morphos Light handles in anthracite finish, combined with the innovative only three millimeter thick rosette Ultra Slim Innovation, a model that, with its simple and essential geometric line, will complete the apartments of the Bluewaters complex.

Manital, a reality that exports 85% of the handles produced in 70 different countries, with its participation in this authoritative project confirms its dynamism and relevance also in the Middle East market:
"A prestigious contractor - declares the title of the Luigi Bigoloni company - which is added to those of the previous years for the Burj Khalifa or the Versace Palace in Dubai. The company is becoming a reference point for the best international architecture firms from London to New York to Chicago ".

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