Asmahan, was and still is, one of the Arab world’s great superstars. However, lived an unpredictable life, devoid of any stability or routine. Her status was difficult to follow, as she wavered between being a singer or being retired, and being an advocate of the French or one of the English during World War II. Consequently, the use of black and white, as well as the right, round angles in the room are an appropriate way to express the fluctuations in her life. Furthermore, the Royal feel to the design reflects her background as a Druze princess. One of the most differentiating elements of Asmahan’s voice is her ability to sing across several octaves, reaching the highest pitches of her voice with no trouble. The strings on the walls were incorporated into the design to exemplify the vastness of her vocals, as they go all the way up to the ceiling.