GDC Luxury is a boutique interior design studio which managed to make its way to Milan city in the business after having initiated its career in Dubai. Today Milan Design Agenda is taking this chance to have a look at some of these company’s best projects, as well as towards the history of the company.
The name GDC Luxury is heavily based on the name of the director of the company Gabriela del Cid. This woman was born in the heart of Central America, Honduras and her passion for creative arts date back to when she was 8 years old. Her father brought home some new floorplans for their home which made her fall in love with the concepts of shapes, colours, patterns, materials and many more elements related to design.
The first two years of this company were set in Abu Dhabi, and right now the company is based between Dubai and Milan (Location in the city: Via Mazzini 42). The company has been responsible for the conception of many interior design projects on residential, commercial and hospitality establishments. Among their services we can point to architectural design, interior design and furniture procurement, having at their side a complete team of developers, builders, suppliers, and high-end brand managers.
Let’s have a look at some examples of some of GDC Luxury’s most relevant and impactful interior design projects so far, shall we?
This wonderful project has many positive elements going for it starting with the living room, among them animal prints, beautiful brass sliding doors which feature smooth sand lines, as well as many nature elements and colours that can be felt all around each room. On the rest of the rooms, GDC Luxury opted for cleaner lines, marble floors and more than one shade of violet here and there.
In the case of Villa Yay, GDC Luxury opted for a style very reminiscent of one we imagine in a place of royalty and nobility. The luxury is seen and felt throughout the rooms, including the one above with magnificent furniture, lighting, flooring and decoration in general. The use of black and other darker colours matching with softer coloured furnishings is effective in transmitting a powerful feel from this room.
Last but definitely not least we have an amazing example of a lighter style from GDC Luxury that still doesn’t fail to bring in the quality luxury that they apply to each of their projects. While we have a softer colour palette throughout the room, the use of blue and gold elements make this interior design project more effective for the eye, not to mention the high-quality furniture that is displayed in many spots of the rooms.