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Kettle Collective, the UK-based design house, has won a mixed-use design project in Dubai. The Jumeirah Courtyards project is being developed by Wasl in the Jumeirah district of the city and the mixed-use development will include more than 80 villas and 210 apartments. The residential complex will be complimented by 100,000 square feet of high-end retail space with construction due to start in early 2014. Kettle Collective is working with Ted Jacob Engineering Group, who will be carrying out the structural and MEP engineering on the project, along with local Quantity Surveyors NEA. Kettle Collective was set up in October 2013 by former RMJM Principals Tony Kettle and Colin Bone, along with former Holford Associates Managing Partner David Tripney. Kettle Collective now has studios in Edinburgh, Dubai and Moscow with a number of significant projects in the pipeline. Tony Kettle, Kettle Collective Design Principal said:

“Jumeirah Courtyards is a unique project with an innovative mix of residential accommodation complimented by prime retail space in a prestigious district of Dubai. “Wasl is one of the major developers in Dubai, with experience of working on major projects in the region. We are looking forward to developing a close working relationship with them.”

Nabil Al Khaja, General Manager of Project Management for Wasl said:

“We have been very impressed by the professionalism and high quality design from Kettle Collective. They have exceeded our expectations and we will be working closely with their team over the coming months.”

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