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A large multifaceted sculpture grows from Nabil Dada's office on the fifth floor of the Hermes building in Beirut Souks.Dada leads Dada & Associates Interior Design SARL, the interior architecture and design company responsible for some of Downtown's iconic structures. The opening of the theater in mid-January added another towering structure to Dada's CV of important Beirut building projects, albeit, one that drew from the present rather than the past for inspiration.The first, Dada explains, are the panoramic elevators that change colors as they rise and fall through the theater's three floors. They are something out of "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" as the transparent shafts ascend above the final floor and break through the ceiling as though they continue on to the heavens. To make that happen, Dada needed to make the cafeteria space one worth lounging in despite theater-priced refreshments.It was with texture rather than color that Dada added a feeling of luxury to the master bedroom with white leather upholstery covering the ceiling and half the walls, he said.
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