Godwin Austen Johnson (GAJ), one of the largest British architectural and design practices in the UAE, has been appointed by Palma Development as the lead architect for its new Serenia Living residential complex located on The Palm Jumeirah in Dubai.
Spanning over 1.3 million sq ft, Serenia Living offers a collection of 225 exclusive residences, including a mix of two-, three- and four-bedroom units, as well as half-floor and full-floor penthouses, across four unique buildings.
Two of the towers will be dedicated to a collection of 22 penthouses and each building will be crowned with a one-off duplex Sky Mansion, it stated.
According GAJ, the project features one of the largest wellness clubs in Dubai, which includes a spacious gym with a dedicated training studio and a spa with sauna, steam room and an ice plunge pool.
It will also include a children’s play area with games room, outdoor pool, cinema and an array of external sports facilities and courts, stated the top UK design firm. The project is scheduled to be completed in December 2025.
The contract award comes following the success of Palma’s earlier project – Serenia Residences, also on The Palm Jumeirah, designed and handed over by GAJ in 2018, said the British group.