Materials used in the execution of projects within Sobha Hartland Tranquility Villas Plots are to be of high quality and are to be utilized and detailed in a manner that will ensure consistency and longevity of finish with minimal lifecycle maintenance. Reliable performance should be ensured, with particular consideration to exposure to high levels of UV radiation, high ambient and surface temperatures, and high humidity.
Sobha Hartland Tranquility Forest Villa Plots is predominantly a lifestyle environment and as such all materials should enhance a human-centric emphasis with natural, calm, relaxed, and friendly finishes. Materials considered suitable include stone; in-situ or precast concrete; natural metals; powder coated metals; glass; durable timber finishes and self-finished composites.
The overall color palette being implemented on projects in Sobha Hartland Tranquility waterfront plots consists of a mix of neutral tones. White rendered masonry, bu¬ and grey stone colors, and timber detailing (durable timber-derived products) are predominant. Accent colours should be inspired by nature either stone or timber tones or warm dark greys. Glazing should be as clear as possible with a specification chosen in compliance with DM requirements and based on MEP engineering heat loads and shading coe clients. Any tints and films should be subtly colored. Grey, bronze or blue tints may be deemed appropriate as long as they are not overly reflective or brightly coloured. Metallic elements should have brushed or satin natural finishes, or be powder coated in neutral greys or metallic colours. Highly reflective, polished metal finishes will not be approved.