Muzéo – Underwater Abstraction for the Atlantis Imperial Lounge, Dubai

A leader in designing and manufacturing decorative artworks, Muzéo brings in a distinctive creative and craft know-how to the UK.  Allen Architecture and Interior Design recently entrusted Muzéo with the manufacturing of decorative elements for the Atlantis Imperial Lounge in Dubai and here we take a look at the project in more detail.


The brief could be boiled down to 4 words: creativity, elegance, sophistication and contemporary.

The Atlantis is a remarkable hotel in Dubai. More than a welcoming atmosphere, the hotel prides itself to offer its visitors an immersive and sensitive experience. Echoing the decoration of the palace, the artworks are imbued with the richness and atypical visual universe of Dubai’s seabed.  

The storyline: “underwater abstraction”.
Like the seabed, the artwork package is the mere reflection of a visual fascination, a graphic universe yet to discover, a mysterious preciousness.  Iconic and contemporary, the underwater abstractions evoke the movement of water, organic forms and coral motifs.


3D artworks: Laser cut tinted corals in iron leaf finish Framed artworks: prints on Art paper with golden wooden frames / Silkscreen on glass with golden and pearly ink with bronze frame.

Wall coverings: Fresco printed on canvas covered with a glass plate with white print.


Muzeo has been granted the French national EPV certification label in 2016, which guarantees the best quality in crafsmanship and industrial knowledge.  Thier workshop manufactures bespoke products such as statement walls, art prints, photographs, paintings, wallpaper, signage, window manifestations, acoustic solutions, lampshades, light boxes and original creations such as on-site installations, digital art, sculptures.

Contact Muzéo through the BCFA Product Finder


About Alys Bryan

Alys is a knowledgeable design editor who is focused on instigating conversations, both online and in-person, with industry experts which challenge, educate and advance the commercial interior sector. Her training and 15 years of professional experience as a furniture designer for the commercial sector makes her uniquely placed to lead Design Insider as Editor
View all posts by Alys Bryan →