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- n. A type of oriel window enclosed with carved wooden latticework
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Designer Nicky Rieti's extraordinary, immense decor for "Salomé" might be a potentate's palace or a magnificent temple, with a soaring ceiling and light filtering in through huge mashrabiya panels of decorative latticework.
One recent afternoon, the production team at the Kennedy Center awaited the arrival of the final delivery of mashrabiya, or intricate wooden screens handmade in Egypt.
It was a favourite with Churchill and Roosevelt and has recently had a $111 million refurbishment: think soaring lobbies, marble floors and carved mashrabiya wood screens.
Built in 1889 in the Richardsonian Romanesque style the interior partitions are made up of wooden screens that remind one of Harem mashrabiya.
The restaurant is open to all, not just guests, and will be a welcome addition to fine dining in the medina. plasterwork, carved and painted doors, and mashrabiya (wooden trellis work)