Kirkless Hotel unveils giant KriskaDECOR curtain

The Kirkless Hotel, recently opened near the Creek in Bur Dubai, showcases the biggest KriskaDECOR curtain produced.

Designed by Sven Müller, who aimed to merge the atmosphere with a twisting design in silver and lime colours, the curtain is situated in the hotel lobby and dominates its decoration with a height of 36 metres. Because of its size, the curtain is visible from all eight floors of the building.

A special anchoring system had to be developed to support the 800 kilograms of weight of the curtain. A glass cupola illuminates the curtain with natural light.

The Kirkless Hotel is part of Khamas Group of Investments.

KriskaDECOR manufactures curtains made of small interlinked pieces of anodized aluminium, which form a lightweight, versatile chain. The curtains can be completely customized in size and shape, allowing curves, undulations and movement. The available colors can be mixed and matched, to create logos, patterns, drawings, as well as reproductions of artworks.

The main use of KriskaDECOR is creating spaces by partitioning rooms without the need for solid walls. The curtains are suitable for indoor, as well as outdoor uses.

KriskaDECOR at Kirkless Hotel
KriskaDECOR at Kirkless Hotel
 

 

 

KriskaDECOR at Kirkless Hotel
KriskaDECOR at Kirkless Hotel

 

 

 

 

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