With a project portfolio that is unique, prestigious and highly regarded, Makstylo Interiors LLC offers both the most exquisite quality artistry and the most competitive rates. Moreover, it has provided its creativity and craftsmanship across a broad range of projects and sectors, from high-end restaurants and hotels through to luxurious private villas and branded retail outlets.
“We have also executed solitary floating projects such as exhibition centres and yachts,” explains Fazal Abdulla, General Manager – Division Head at Makstylo. “We are wholeheartedly committed to being one of the leading service providers in the region, meeting the growing demand for work that is being fuelled by Expo 2020.”
Makstylo is looking to continue to expand too, with plans in place to expand its joinery workshop from 20,000 2 to 50,000 2 by 2021. This is being driven by a number of factors, not least the demand the company foresees in KSA, which it intends to start pitching to in 2020. Furthermore, Makstylo has already introduced a new creative line to satisfy the need for decorative lights for B2B customers – ‘You Design, We Create’ – and decorative MDF panels, designed mosaic tiles and acoustic solutions.
Design With Distinction
As Expo 2020 edges ever closer, it is envisaged that more and more investors will be moving to the region, particularly within the hospitality sector. This is a very positive trend for Makstylo, as it is renowned for excelling in quality services that cover everything from the initial design concept to completion, including interior civil works, MEP design and execution, and joinery. Indeed, as a turnkey interior fit-out solution provider, the company is justly proud of its record of quality workmanship, within budget and on schedule.
The company has completed many important and prestigious projects over the last five years, including Deepachika Food Hall at Nakheel Mall. Recently completed, Makstylo acted as the main turnkey contractor for this unique 25,000-meter square development.
Although Expo 2020 has not directly affected Makstylo, the company is busy with regular clients that include Nakheel and the Al Habtoor Group, both of which have strategic roles in the upcoming World Fair.
Looking to the future, growth will come from several expanding sectors, not least hospitality, private villas, and o ices. At present, the company is working on the Byblos Hotel and a high-end luxury apartment for 2020 Holding, as well as commercial space and fine dining restaurants.
Makstylo is looking to grow its revenue by as much as 50-70% over the next five years, fuelled by more business from KSA and other Gulf countries.
The company is also looking to expand its trading division with unique products such as decorative lights, mosaic tiles, decorative MDF panels, and acoustic panels and solutions.
Moreover, the company has a joint-venture partner in India, which will support its large-scale doors and furniture production without compromising its renowned international standards.
“We believe current market reformation will happen this year and reduce unreasonable competition, re-shaping the market in 2020. So there will challenges during this period. Still, we hope and expect a better market with increased demand for the best service providers from the first quarter of 2020,” concludes Fazal Abdulla.
Other Recently Completed Projects Include:
VVIP Sh. villa in Abu Dhabi – an extremely luxurious villa where Makstylo successfully executed and handed over a wide range of completed services, such as landscaping, swimming pools and MEP.
A villa for M/s Meera Habtoor, a villa for Mr Ahmed Habtoor, and several penthouses, including a VIP penthouse in Habtoor City.In the hospitality field, the company has successfully executed the Flora Inn hotel, Deyaar Hotels, Citymax Hotels, plus Mamaphu, Fatchow, Tucano, and Zocco high-end fine dining restaurants, as well as One Kitchen central kitchens and DOSC renovations. Floating villas and exhibitions centres, which were constructed on a 100m x 30m barge.