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OASE Multimedia & Musical Fountain Design Oase is the leading conceptual design and planning company in multimedia and musical water fountain shows. For decades, OASE has stood for creative design using water. Based in Germany, OASE has developed into a global player with subsidiaries in United Kingdom, USA, Singapore, Poland, Belgium, France, Hungary, Spain, Turkey and China. The regional headquarters in Asia pacific, located in Singapore, is also the Global Design Center consists of a multidisciplinary team of talents to deliver impressive water effects that seeks to entertain and value add to our customer’s projects. OASE provides a wide range of water fountain and water feature design, construction and conceptualization. OASE projects and services include multimedia fountain design, musical fountain planning, dancing fountain designs, water fountain show and water entertainment conceptualization. From design consultancy to full spectrum of component manufacture and supply and project management, OASE is your expert partner. Meat our team. Our expertise, teamwork, passion and commitment to quality design bring water to life.

Design Consultancy We provide design concepts in the forms of life-like visuals- Computer animations or imagery perspectives to facilitate our client’s understanding of the design proposal. OASE will create perspectives, in accordance to the available site information and will closely examine the details, lighting, acoustics and unique water effects that could be created to fit the space and activities designated for the site. We could also provide a budgetary cost for an estimate for the supply and installation work of the water features.


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ARSCO Established in 1993 by Al-Mutabaqani Group the company was then purchased by MNAF3 Arabia Group in 2005. Aluminum Rolling shutter Co. (ARSCO) trade in aluminum profiles, Motors and Accessories for the rolling shutters industry. It has rapidly emerged as the major supplier of Rolling shutter materials in the Saudi market. ARSCO operates kingdom wide thrugh its two offices in Jeddah (H.Q. & Jeddah 40 th Street),Makkah, Riyadh branch and Dam‫ﺭ‬mam branch. Eash branch is fully equipped with its own warehouse with a total inventory of over 16 million Saudi Riyals.

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its suppliers in developing the market for the all shutters products ARSCO’s team is well qualified and experienced to manufacture, install and train the customer on all the different applications & installations. Manufacturing: As part of the expansion plan, ARSCO has been allocated with land area of 9.000 sqm. in Jeddah new industrial city to build its new fabrication facility to complement its trading activity by providing the contractors with complete solution for the rolling shutters in this booming construction market. This facility will enable ARSCO to manufacture a lot of the items being imported thus saving on the cost of marerial and shortening the delivery time to contractors. This initiative will enhance ARSCO margins greatly.

Executive Management: * Khalid M. AlFuhaid, President * Mohammad H. ElChbeir, General Manager. * Ahmad Khattab, Assistant General Manager.

Business Partners: SOMFY, ASA, CROCI, SIMBAC, GENIUS, ALUPCO, LUPO,EXPALUM, MOLARO, MINGARDI.

Strengths: * Market Share: ARSCO currently control the largest share in Rolling shutters market in Saudi Market and is the Largest distributor for Somfy motors in the Middle East. Market Development: ARSCO is working closely with all

New Product: ARSCO have been associated with long-standing Italian company (Molaro) to provide high quality windows and doors made of natural solid wood with aluminum or bronze clading.

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Residential Community in Tripoli - Libya

WOÝbMN« «—UA²Ýö WŠU³« V²J ∫ rLB*« ÍËö³Ž“ bUš Æ ? ŸU³D« błU Æ UO³O ? fKЫdÞ ∫ lu*« lÐd d² ±≤π∏∏¥ ∫ ÷—_« WŠU

Internal Yards and Compact Composition

The project is located in Libyan capital, Tripoli, in a tourist village on a total area of 129,884 square meters. The architecture idea is based on showing the flexibility in the functional areas where the house was divided into two sections; one consists of family areas and the other consists of public areas (guests and reception). The design is based on harmony and interferences between the house’s internal and external elements where all of them are used at the same time. The design of this kind of villas depends on the idea of open plan that is based on the integration of all key components of the building without neglecting the dynamic interaction with the swimming pool and the living garden. The idea of repeating the residential units leads to create a large internal yard that helps the visual interaction within the residential area, taking into account the environmental factors without neglecting the absolute privacy of each house. The building consists of two floors where the ground floor has the reception and guests’ room, a dining room, the family’s living room, and services room in addition to a suite for the guests. The first floor consists of four bedrooms, a living room connected to the ground floor’s living room by a ladder.

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Ground floor plan

Main elevation & section thru entrance

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Residential villas in Emm Shomra

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Harmonious Solutions for the Jordanian Housing

We have to emphasis that Jordan’s Amman house has its own visual, spatial, and topographical flavor. The simple formation, the interesting presence of the natural stone, and the geometrical and human regular openings all stress on this deep harmony provided by the housing solutions. The site, which is located in one of the luxury neighborhoods in West Amman, consists of two adjacent lands and has six similar villas; each one has independent entrance, and car parking which gives it a distinctive privacy, also it is surrounded by gardens planted with trees and ornamental plants differentiated by color, shape, and height. The two lands have been separated with paved stone slabs to give the area different atmosphere from the public street, which makes them as a closed residential neighborhood. Each residential unit consists of two floors, where the ground floor contains the public and recreational functions such as the spaces of the reception, the dining room, and the kitchen. As for the upper floor, it consists of the private functions such as the bedrooms and the family living room. The construction is characterized by the integration of two types of stones, where the coarse stone comes before the smooth one punctuated by architectural openings commonly used in modern architecture. This pattern is repeated in the six villas to become a milestone that draws the attention of those coming to the area. In general, we can see a well-known Jordanian house that is repeated in many designs presented in the Albenaa Magazine, as it is a housing model generated from the place and formed from its localism. So, that’s why the house nature and personality are strongly shown even if the designer wants to present it in different way.

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Main elevation perspective

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Private Housing in Amman

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Solid Walls and Family Relationships

Topography always plays a major role in the visual and spatial configurations in the Amman architecture, as this residential building, which has small families from one house living in, is located on a plateau and descended toward west to be formed and be an internal and semi-arbitrator courtyard, where the internal spaces gather and overlook at it, especially the living room space which has been integrated with movement paths and food preparation space, making it as the housing heart and having the most important view at the courtyard to the west. The front level of the building overlooks at a 30-meter width road and at the same time served by a sub road on the low level so the designer can benefit from the topography which characterizes the Jordanian capital of Amman to create a building with a moving form, especially at the level of the ground floor, which always makes us feel that the building was born at the same place and not imposed on it. The project’s plan consists of four full floor apartments for four extended families, and contains two blocs, one for reception spaces and the other for family spaces, which they are combined with a joint yard that separates between the two blocs and the surrounding buildings, also the yard was placed on a level lower than the road to achieve privacy. From the visual point of view, solid walls with small openings were developed in order not to allow a direct connection with the surrounding openings. In general, the housing achieves a number of important principles that assure there are a lot of ideas that can be used to develop the conservative Arabian housing even at the residential buildings level which till now need a huge developmental plan.

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East elevation West elevation

Cross section

Typical floor plan

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Site plan

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Palace in Al Madinah Al Munawarra

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Axis for Residential Spaces

It is hard to see the Saudi housing in one image or it adopts one visual and spatial line, but there is no doubt that it adopts the same cultural and social approaches, as this housing is characterized by severe social preservation and still re-producing the culture that made it through the times. This housing restores the social and classical spirit, as the internal space affected by the classical Arab cinema’s palaces where the ring ladder is in the space of the big entrance which seems as a large lobby for the historical palaces. The bedrooms overlook at the main movement axis in the first floor which make it looks like a long corridor that ends in the upper living room which links the rooms among each other in a public residential space. The ground floor, as in the Arabian housings even the small ones, consists of main spaces for guests and joint spaces for family, but here all these spaces are distributed around the main axis and formed a part of it or an extension for it. In general, we can say that this design is an extension of large palaces’ design in many cities of Saudi Arabia, which was formed as a phenomenon in construction since the end of the eighties of the last century.

Master plan

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First floor plan

Ground floor plan

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Main entrance from the front facade

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Private Complex

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Residential Space & Visual Privacy

The small and medium residential projects represent a new and important social and economic phenomenon, as there are some people who build closed and small neighborhoods for family gathering, trying to restore the idea of the traditional residential neighborhood “Alfareej”, while others built these neighborhoods for real estate investment, but at the same time they re-develop the neighborhood idea in a different way that may take longer time. The development company’s goal is developing a residential bloc that suits the Saudi families in Dammam - Eastern Province - KSA, focusing on what this family needs and according to the conditions laid down by the Secretariat. The design’s idea is based on preserving the internal environment of the residential units in order to suit the local culture of the Kingdom, with an emphasis on adopting visual architectural approaches that suit the general climate for the Saudi housing in the region. The project’s total area is 8,198 square meters, and the expected number of the villas is 24 on an area of about 370390square meters each. Each villa will consist of the usual residential spaces of the Saudi housing such as men gatherings and living rooms in the ground floor, and the bedrooms in the upper floor.

Villa Type-C

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First floor plan

Ground floor plan (Villa Type-A)

First floor plan

Ground floor plan (Villa Type-C)

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Main perspective from the front facade (Residential Villa Type-A)

Villa Type-B

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Dammam Villa

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Sculptural Formation for Residential Spaces

We are standing in front of a residential formation that gets along with the path of the development of temporal and spatial housing that distinguishes the modern Saudi housing. The first image that we feel is the same we previously expect and it is often generated by itself through the cultural frame which dominates the designer and where the social values and concepts play major role in the spatial formation in particular. The housing here reflects the details of the usual spatial distribution of the Saudi housing i.e. the separation between men and women, the open formation of the living room with a clear uniformity for the spaces, and the general formation of the housing. The ground floor plan gives the swimming pool an open space that provides the floor’s living spaces a nice view, while the first floor extends to cover the open area and creates a sculptural quasi-cubic formation from the building main interface. In general, the idea is a well-known and based on realizing the residential functions needed by the family, but at the same time the formation adopts interrelated internal and external spaces that could be opened at each other. The designer is focusing here on the internal component of the place and regardless of the shape of the horizontal plan, the residential quality lies in the aesthetic value provided by the residential space. The building’s external formation reflects a new approach that has started dominating the shape of the modern Saudi housing. The engineering moderation with the exaggeration of sculpture show some of ideas that make the form follows the function, and this approach has some technical constructional components to make the housing as contemporary in terms of shape, but pursuing a social conservative strict in terms of spatial relations.

Aerial perspective

First floor plan

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Second floor plan

Main elevation

Ground floor plan

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Main facade perspective

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Al Khobar Villa

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Geometric Regularity and Modern Formation

The square composition dominates the house’s horizontal plans, while the spaces reflect the culture of the Saudi housing used in the second decade of the third millennium. The Saudi housing has gone through consecutive and rapidly stages during the last three decades of the last century. The culture of the Saudi family has changed and turned into something like openness, as the strict and exaggerated separation between men and women inside the house has become less severe which gives the designers a huge opportunity to flexibly deal with the internal residential space, which has been reflected on opening the internal space and reducing walls that separate it and disintegrating it to more spaces. In this design the house looks simple and geometrically regular and the spaces are distributed around a main space, as well as the interfaces look modern and tend to the abstract forms which look like the simple and beautiful images started to be used with the modern villa formation in the middle of last century. The new composition employs the modern materials and technologies but it is not far from the abstract visual configuration adopted by modernism at the start of its formation. The interfaces appear here as horizontal and vertical lines with the employment of aluminum slides as breakers to the sunshine and to confirm the technical dimension which has become a prominent feature in the interfaces of contemporary house in the Kingdom. In general, it is obvious that there is an urgent desire for the Saudi family to get more efficient, less space and cost house, perhaps these approaches adopted by a number of young Saudi architects will bring a clear shift in the concept of the Saudi housing in the near future.

General aerial perspective

First floor plan

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Ground floor plan

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General perspective from the main street

Ëb³ð ÆUNKOJ?Að W?¹«bÐ w W?Ł«b(« t?²M³ð Íc?« l WO?Ý√—Ë WOI« WO?ÝbM¼ ◊uD  U?Nł«u« b?OQ²Ë fL?AK  «d?ÝUJ `z«d?ý n?Oþuð  UNł«Ë w …“—UÐ WLÝ `³ √ Íc« wMI²« bF³« ÆW¹œuF« WOÐdF« WJKL*« w d UF*« sJ*« …d?Ý_« Èb W?×K W?³ž— d?NEð ÂU?Ž qJ?AÐË q«Ë …¡UH d¦√ sU vKŽ ‰uB×K W¹œuF« U¼UM³²¹ w²«  UNłu²« Ác¼ qFË WHKË WŠU? oI×²Ý »U³A« 5¹œuF?« 5¹—ULF*« s œbŽ w ÍœuF« sJ?*« ÂuNH w Î U×{«Ë Îôu% ÆqłUF« V¹dI«

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Ê«—b'« s nOH ²«Ë w?Kš«b« ⁄«dH« ÕU?²H½— Èœ√ bI ÆdG √ Už«d v≈ t²²HðË tKBHð w?²« ”UŠô« …œU¹“Ë WOM³*« WŠU*« dOGBð v≈ «c¼ sJ*« Ëb³¹ rOLB²« «c¼ w ÆsJ*« WŠU?0 ‰uŠ  Už«dH« Ÿ“u²ðË UO?ÝbM¼ rE²MË jOÐ qO9Ë W¦¹bŠ  UNł«u« dNEð UL ¨fOz— ¡U?C —uB« pKð bOF²ð w²« W¹b¹d−²« ‰UJýô« v≈ öOH« qJ?Að l  √bÐ w²« W?KOL'«Ë WDO?³« Æw{U*« ÊdI« nB²M w W¦¹b(« …b¹b'«  UOMI²«Ë œ«u*« nþu¹ b?¹b'« s¹uJ²« œd−*« ÍdB³« s¹uJ²« s?Ž «dO¦ bF²³¹ ô tMJ

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Housing in Dammam

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From the Inside Out

We should emphasis here that the housing is primarily the internal space, and that doesn’t mean that we don’t care about the social and residential scope, but this is often included in the initial planning of the residential neighborhood, so dealing with the internal space as an external residential scope that leads the resident to feel the surrounding space is an important issue for the housing design. The design idea here is based on the presence of a giant circular courtyard that links all parts of the building and leads the resident to all multi residential spaces that the building has. The circular courtyard is a lobby covered with concrete glass from the top to allow the sunshine creating a natural lightening space and making the internal and residential spaces as a one space. The visual connection between all building parts here is an important issue as there is a hole in the mezzanine floor that overlooks at the lobby and the external swimming pool. The flow of the spaces from the inside out achieve here the concept of flexible housing which can re-employ its elements in different ways, also the upstairs bedrooms overlook at the main lobby, as there are no corridors but small interventions that achieve the first step of privacy. The goal here is to be open at a large and welcome space without scratching the sense of privacy needed by each member of the family. From the outside, the building looks simple and balanced and gives a feeling that the house spaces fly inside a huge internal space. In general, this design reflects the importance of focusing on intimacy principle needed by the family in its home, as the inside here is compatible, continuous, and open at each other and makes us feel that all internal spaces are one space that forces the family members to communicate and meet.

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General aerial perspective

First floor plan

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Ground floor plan

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¡UCH«ò u?¼ åsJ?«ò Ê√ vKŽ UM¼ b?R½ Ê√ V?−¹ r²N½ ô UM½√ wMF¹ ô «c¼Ë ¨vË_« Wł—bUÐ åwKš«b« ÊuJ¹ U U?³Už tMJ ¨w?ŽUL²łô« wMJ?« ‚UDMUÐ ÊS wU²UÐË wMJ?« w×K wË_« jOD²« sL{ ‚UDM«ò sŽ d?³F¹ w wKš«b« ¡UCH« l? qUF²« ”UŠô« v≈ sU« qIM¹Ë ¨wł—U)« åwMJ?« ÆsJ?*« rOLBð w WLN WQ? jO;« ¡UCHUÐ Ídz«œ ¡U?M œuł vKŽ U?M¼ rOLB²« …d?J e?Jðdð v≈ sU?« œuI¹Ë vM³*« ¡«eł√ lOLł jÐd¹ ‚öLŽ UN¹u²×¹ w?²« …œbF²*« WOMJ?« «¡U?CH« lOLł vKŽ_« s vDG uNÐ sŽ …—U³Ž Ídz«b« ¡UMH« ÆvM³*« s wUJ« —bIUÐ `L¹ w½UÝdš włUł“ qOJA²Ð

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Housing with Sea Spirit

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Modern Lines and Explicit Block

The design here is close to the modern technical formation that was difficult to accept in the past, as the lines are explicit and make a direct and balance block. The building reflects the big change in the taste of the Saudi family where the glassy technical form has dominated most of the modern designs and the simple functional block has made the spontaneous beauty away from the exaggerated decorations and contrived formations. This project is a villa in Jeddah close to the Red Sea beach on a total area of about 1,800 square meters, and it consists of a ground floor and a first floor. The ground floor’s flat is about 800 square meters, which includes reception halls for guests, a family living room, a guest bedroom, and a swimming pool with a private recreation area, an open areas, stores, and service areas, while there are four entrances surrounds the villa for privacy where the family has separated entrance from guests. The first floor’s flat is about 510 square meters and contains three bedrooms, a master bedroom, a family living room, reception room for young people, and stores, and a guest bedroom. The building’s block overlooks at a garden and a swimming pool where the spaces were designed in a rectangular shape to enhance the strength of the built block and at the same time to allow all residential spaces to enjoy the house’s internal view which strengthened the idea of openness at the garden side and the almost complete closure of the backyard (neighbors side). In general, the idea here confirms the social desire to visual renewal; although the community itself still preserves the housing’s main philosophy which is based on privacy that often isolates the men away from the women in the case of the presence of guests.

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Central open space

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Ground floor plan

Swimming pool view

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Side elevation from garden

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Aerial view from the swimming pool & entertainment area

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v{—ô« oÐUD« `D? ƉË√ o?ÐUÞË w?{—√ ‰U³I²?Ý« ôU? qL?A¹ ≤ ∏∞∞ v?«uŠ ·uOCK Âu½ WdžË ¨WOKzUŽ WKłË ·uOC« WUš t?ONOdð W?IDM l? WŠU³?Ý ÂU?LŠË ¨ U bš o?ÞUM Ë Ê“U Ë W?Šu²H o?ÞUM Ë …Î UŽ«d p?–Ë ö?OHK qšb s? d¦√ b?łu¹Ë UNÐ ’U?š qšb W?KzUFK Y?OŠ t?OuBK Æ·uOC« qš«b sŽ qBHM Èu²×¹Ë ≤ μ±∞ v«uŠ ‰Ëô« oÐUD« `D W?KłË W?Oz— Âu½ WdžË Âu½ ·dž ≥ vKŽ Ê“U? Ë »U³?AK ‰U³I²?Ý« W?džË t?OKzUŽ Æ·uO{ Âu½ WdžË

dUF*« w?MI²« qOJ?A²« v≈ rOLB²« u?×M¹ ◊uD)« ¨oÐU?« w tK³Ið VFB¹ ÊU Íc?« Æ…d?ýU³ Ë W½“«u² WK² lMBðË W×¹d U?M¼ …d?Ý_« WIz«– w dO³J« ‰uײ« sŽ vM³*« d³F¹ włUłe« wMI²« qJA« `³√ YOŠ W¹œuF« ¨…dUF*« r?O UB²« s? d?O¦ v?KŽ Î U?MLON lMBð WDO?³« åWOHOþu«ò W?K²J« X?׳√Ë mU³*« Wdše« sŽ «bOFÐ –Uš_« ÍuHF« ‰UL'« sŽ …—U³Ž ŸËdA*« ÆWKF²H*« öOJ?A²«Ë UNO s W³¹d W?IDM w …bł W?M¹b v lIð ö?O WOK ÷—√ WŠU? vKŽ dLŠ_« d׳« TÞU?ý oÐUÞ s ŸËdA*« ÊuJ²¹Ë ¨≤ ±∏∞∞ v«uŠ 90 Albenaa

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Palace in Jeddah

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Flexible Space & Classical Balance

This housing was designed to form balanced residential spaces in order to highlight the classical formation, especially the entrance, its columns, and its convex block. The house is located on three streets, which means that it should have strong three interfaces to express the personality wanted to be highlighted by the owner. The matter here is associated with the social image expressed by the classical formation in Jeddah. The internal residential spaces are significantly open, in spite of the rigorous and semi-closed outside; the inside seems open at each other. The building’s general block is balanced and responses to the housing’s components as the public spaces and services are located in the ground floor, while the bedrooms are in the first floor, in addition to the external balconies above the two entrances, where it is expected that they will be cosmetic rather than functional. In general, we can see that the design itself provides an idea that reflects the continuation of prevalent and dominant intellectual-social approach on the residential scene in the city of Jeddah.

First floor plan

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Front elevation

Ground floor plan

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Main perspective from the front facade

VO−²?ðË W?½“«u² v?M³LK W?UF« W?K²J« WUF« U?Ž«dH« lIð Y?OŠ sJ?*«  U½uJ* lIð ULMOÐ ¨w?{—_« o?ÐUD« w?  Ub)«Ë p– v≈ ·UC¹ ¨‰Ë_« oÐUD« w ÂuM« ·dž YOŠ 5Kšb*« ‚u? WOł—Uš  Ud?ý œułË WOKOL& ·d?A« Ác¼ ÊuJð Ê√ l u²*« s t½√ ÆWOHOþË UNM d¦ √ ÂbI¹ sJ*« «c¼ w rLB*« Ê√ Èd½ Ê√ sJ1 wŽUL²ł«ØÍdJ —UOð —«dL²Ý« sŽ d³Fð …dJ w wMJ« bNA*« vKŽ …uIÐ sLONË bzU?Ý Æ…bł WM¹b

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sLC²ð UM¼ WUÝd« Ê√ wMF¹ U2 ¨“«dD« «cNÐ ÆÂUF« t³?ý wŽUL²łô« f(« «cNÐ ◊U?³ð—ô« qJ?AÐ WŠu²H WOKš«b« WOMJ?« «¡UCH« s ‚ö?G½ô« t³?ýË W«dB« r?ž— `?{«Ë tCFÐ vKŽ `²HM Ëb³¹ qš«b« Ê√ ô≈ ×U?)« VO−²ð UNMJ WK «u²  «¡UCH«Ë iF³« ¨5O?Oz— 5Kšb b?łu¹ Y?OŠ  U?Nł«uK wË q √ WOL¼√ W?¦U¦« WNł«u« XODŽ√ U?LMOÐ w½«uD?Ý√ wKš«œ rK?Ý błu¹ WFЫd« W?N'« Íu ÍdBÐ —u× tF qJA¹Ë qšb*« qÐUI¹ Æqš«b« s

WOMJÝ «¡UC sJ?*« «c¼ rOLBð qJ?A¹ wJO?ÝöJ« qOJ?A²« “«dÐ≈ qł√ s W½“«u² t?²K² Ë W?OUF« t?ðbLŽQÐ q?šb*« WÎ ? Uš d_« Ÿ—«uý ÀöŁ vKŽ sJ?*« lI¹ ¨WÐb;« ÀöŁ „U?M¼ ÊuJð Ê√ V?−¹ t?½√ wMF¹ Íc?« w²« WOB ?A« sŽ …d³FË W?¹u  U?Nł«Ë UN UM¼ WQ?*U ¨U?¼“«dЫ w? pU*« V?žd¹ d³F¹ w?²« W?OŽUL²łô« …—u?BUÐ U?NÞU³ð—≈ ¨…bł W?M¹b w wJO?ÝöJ« s?¹uJ²« U?NMŽ WM¹b*« Ác¼ w? t²O uBš t s¹uJ²« «c?N rLBð —uBI«Ë …d?O³J« qKH« V?UG« wH 86 Albenaa

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Jeddah housing complex

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Building section

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Typical floor plan - Apartment building

First floor plan - Duplex Arabic villa

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Ground floor plan - Duplex Arabic villa

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Section - Duplex Arabic villa

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Housing Complex

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Housing Solutions for Saudi Modern Family

We can’t deny the large changes that Saudi modern family is going through as these changes have formed an important transformation in our vision toward the housing in the last ten years and made the ideas that were not acceptable previously as part of the residential culture of the Saudi community. In this project, a duplex villa model is shown and it consists of a ground floor, a first floor, and an extension. The ground floor consists of a women gathering room, a dining room, a living room, a store, and a bathroom with a sink. The first floor contains a living room, a master bedroom with a private bathroom and closet, two bedrooms with a bathroom and sink, and a terrace. The extension has a servants’ room with bathroom and a laundry room. The design idea of duplex villas depends on the presence of structural and visual wall that separates between the two adjacent villas with an emphasis on the presence of visual elements in the interface that reflect the diversity that can be in the entire neighborhood, also there is an Andalusian interfaces models that depend on standard form for the horizontal plan. However, we find the residential building that consists of six repeated floors and car parking floor. Each repeated floor has residential apartments; each one consists of a living room, two bedrooms, three bathrooms, and a kitchen. Generally, the residential apartments look regular where each floor has four apartments in the front and back interfaces and one apartment in the side interface with the allocation of the building center for the vertical and horizontal movement by reducing unnecessary movement spaces. The idea here is suitable and offers new solutions for the housing in a new stage that the Saudi community experiences.

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Duplex Arabic modern villa

Single Arabic modern villa

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Duplex Arabic contemporary villa

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Special Housing in Jeddah

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Visual Sequence and Multi-Yards

It is a dream for a lot of people to build the historical Arabian housing in the middle of a rich garden where the open spaces and the structural spaces interfere with each other, which creates a private family space. The visual relationships made by the house spaces and its multi relationships form the visual and spatial complexity which distinguishes the Arabian house, and we can feel this complexity and beautiful mystery in this house. This project represents a special house in Jeddah designed around a series of planted yards and small gardens. This design creates a continuous visual sequence at the green areas and makes you feel that each space of main living spaces is a suite in a green environment, but it is linked with other spaces through corridors which are also part of this interaction with the garden. This design idea is relevant to not only the visual context but also the provided quality of the environment. Also, this house has a lot of openings and can be easily ventilated by opening all the walls which help on the flow of air which is necessary in areas with hot and humid climate. In terms of the external composition, the house consists of clear blocks which have a celebrative giant gate in the middle that leads to the main entrance and clarifies the semi-public space in the house, while the rest of the blocks appear as an extension of the house’s residential component. This formation has an impact on the composition of the external garden space that enhances the motor axis perpendicular to the main gate and gives it a larger visual presence. In general, the interference between the inside and the outside in this design looks very interesting and reminds us with the presence of the historical Arabian house with a modern spirit.

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Main elevation

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Back elevation

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Cross section

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First floor plan

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Ground floor plan

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Main entrance

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qš«b²ð Íc« w¹—U²« wÐdF« sJ?*« …œUF²Ý« WOM³*« «¡U?CH« l? W?Šu²H*«  «¡U?CH« t?O «c¼ ¨¡U?Mž WI¹bŠ j?ÝË wMÐ t?½QË tÐ dF?A½Ë ’U)« Íd?Ý_« ¡U?CH« lMB¹ Íc?« sJ?*«  U öF« ÆdO¦J« rKŠ u¼ tÐ ’U)« t*UŽ qJA¹Ë UN² öŽË sJ?*«  Už«d UNFMBð w²« W¹dB³« ÍdB³« åb?OIF²«ò qJ?Að w?²« w?¼ …œb?F²*« dFA½ UMKFË wÐdF« sJ*« eO1 Íc« wž«dH«Ë ÆsJ?*« w qOL'« ÷uLG« «cNÐË bOIF²« «cNÐ rLB …bł w ’Uš sJ sŽ …—U³Ž ŸËdA*« oz«b(«Ë t?ŽË—e*« t?OM_« s? WK?KÝ ‰u?Š 80 Albenaa

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Family House

WOÝbMN« «—UA²Ýö WOËb« ÊUJ Wdý ∫ rLB*« s¹œ«— pK*«b³Ž sŠ  aOA« rO¼«dÐ≈ Íb−  wýdI« sŠ tK«b³Ž  …bł WM¹b ∫ lu*« lÐd d²μ∏μ ∫ ÷—_« WŠU lÐd d²∂∂μ ∫w½U³*« WŠU

Contemporary and Openness to the View

One of the key challenges facing Saudi designers in Residential architecture is the limitations placed on them by the planning regulations controlling the configuration and dimensions of the land parcels in most land subdivisions. Additionally, the privacy issue that was brought about by the inversion of traditional court yard in indigenous attached housing into an unusable setback space raised the need for the creation of visual barriers to protect the privacy of detached villas from their adjoining neighbors. This project represents an attempt to deal creatively with these issues and provides an opportunity for presenting an integrated design solution. The project’s main concept is very simple. Through the use of contemporary architecture of surfaces and planes, it aligns most of the functional components of the house to one side, while placing the living room, as the main key space, in the middle of the outdoor space, enclosing it with curtain glass walls facing the front yard and the backyard, creating a visual continuity and openness between both. This effect is further reinforced by use of the sidewall that provides privacy from neighbors and at the same time directs the vision between both sides of the garden. The swimming pool on either side of the main living creates a floating feeling in the room and enhances the quality of the space. Bedroom suites and a secondary living area are located on the first floor. The balconies extend around the villa at specific vantage points to accentuate the form and to provide a transition between Architectural surfaces.

Main perspective from the front facade

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Back Elevation

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View to front & back garden

W³?½ sL{ w{—_« —Ëb« w XUB« v?KŽ W¹dBÐ W¹—«dL²Ý≈ œU−¹≈ l «c¼ ¨…—dI*« ¡UM³« l{Ë ‰öš s WOHK)«Ë WOU_« WI¹b(« 5?Ð tײË ÷—_« jÝË w fOzd« W?AOF*« ⁄«d s¹—Ëœ ŸUHð—SÐ 5?²N'« s WOłUł“ dzU²?Ð dšü«Ë W?OU_« W?I¹b(« v?KŽ UL¼bŠ√ q?D¹ —«dL²?Ýô« «c¼ bO Q²Ë ÆWOHK)« WI¹b(« v?KŽ Î «—«dL²Ý≈Ë w³½U'« dðU« l t−bË ÍdB³« —«bł Âb²?Ý≈ bI ¨…d? UF*« W¹—ULF*« W?GK 5Ð ⁄«d?H« tłu¹Ë Íu?²×¹ —U?Þ≈ qJ?ý v?KŽ `³?LK WO uB)« o?I×¹Ë ÷—_« w?dÞ

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p?ý ô p–Ë ¨n?AJ« s ‰eM*« w W? U)« wDODð qŠ œU−¹ù WÝ«—b«Ë Y׳« wŽb²¹ q¦1 Î UC¹√ «c?¼ Ê√ ô≈ ÆWOMF*« U?N'« q³ s ZUF¹ ‚öš qŠ sŽ Y׳K 5?¹—ULFLK W d WËU× ŸËd?A*« «c?¼ q¦1Ë  öCF*« Ác?¼ ÆÁU&ù« «c¼ w …dJ²³ bL²FðË W?¹UGK WDO?Ð ŸËd?A*« «c¼ …dJ Ê≈ W¹—ULF*«  U×D?*« bL²F¹ d UF tłuð vKŽ öOHK W?Ozd«  Už«dH« e?O dð v≈ vF?¹Ë ¡UM³« ÂUE½ s …œUH²?Ýû w³½U'« —«b'« vKŽ ¡UM³UÐ `L?¹ Íc«Ë ¨…b?ł WM¹b w b?¹b'«

UNM w½UF¹ w²« W?Ozd« öCF*« Èb?Š≈ Ê≈ w{«—_« jODð W?OD/ w¼ ÍœuF?« ‰eM*« w²«Ë ¨…bzU?«  UDD*« rEF w U¼œUFÐ√Ë À«bײ?Ý≈ WO½UJ≈ s? …dO³ Wł—œ v?≈ b?% ÷—_« w ‰eM*« l u W'UF* W¹—UJ²Ð≈ ‰u?KŠ ÆWOHK)«Ë WOU_« WI¹b(« l t² öŽË sŽ X−²½ w?²«Ë WO uB)« WKJ?A Ê√ U?L

WI ö²*« u?O³« w W?OKš«b« WOM_« f?JŽ WKG²? dOž W¹œ«bð—≈  UŠU? v≈ W¹bOKI²« WłU(« UNOKŽ V?ðdð w²«Ë w½U³*« ·«dÞ√ v?KŽ oÞUM*« W¹UL( —«u'« ·«dÞ√ s dð«uÝ qLF 78 Albenaa

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Villa In Hail

WOÝbMN« «—UA²Ýö —UA² V²J ∫ rLB*« »UBG« bLŠ√ Í—ULF*« qzUŠ WM¹b ∫ lu*« lÐd d²±∞∞∞ ∫ ÷—_« WŠU lÐd d²∂∂μ ∫w½U³*« WŠU

When the Function Follows the Form

It seems that the problematic of the old and new or traditional and contemporary is still strongly presented in the mind of the Arabian designer at the present time, and it appears that this high presence of the culture in the mind of the designer makes the work itself problematic, as the fact that is required to satisfy contradictory taste that has its historical requirements though it wants to live contemporary life with what these words mean literally. The design in front of us is for one of the houses that appears at the first look trying to regain the traditional spirit as we see the cylinder in one of the corners and find prominent weapons over the windows as they are all references to the history. At the spatial level, we see horizontal plan formed to allow internal spaces to reflect the existence of the yard and other elements that clarify the urge that designer wants to reflect in this house. However, we must stress here that the housing and its components, spatial relations, and internal details can clarify the contemporary social life for the Saudi family, as well as it confirm that the history desire, is a “passion” much more than being a basic requirement in life. In general, the formation and the spatial details are trying to establish an important goal which is the required visual effect, as here the matter is different as we find the function follows the form instead of the opposite. In order to achieve the required visual effect, the spaces have been formed together to express this goal seen by the designer and house owner as an important one.

Aerial perspective

First floor plan

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Ground floor plan

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Main perspective from the front facade

…—U³Ž w¼ ¨a?¹—U²« w W³žd« Ê√ v?KŽ b? R¹Ë VKD² U?N½u s? dO¦JÐ d?¦ √ åW?HÞUŽò s?Ž Æ…UO(« w ”UÝ« dOŁQ²« œU−¹≈ v≈ w×M¹ WUŽ …—uBÐ qOJ?A²« UNK W?Ož«dH« q?OUH²«Ë »u?KD*« Íd?B³« ÍdB³« dOŁQ²« œU−¹≈ u¼Ë rN ·b¼ sŽ d³Fð ôb³ dO³ bŠ v≈ ”uJF UM¼ d_U ¨»uKD*« WHOþu« Ê√ b−M?Ý WHOþu« l³²¹ qJ?A« Ê√ s dOŁQ²« o?OI% q?ł√ s?L qJ?A« l?³²ð U?M¼ w UNK U?ž«dH« XKJ?Að »uKD*« Íd?B³« pUË rLB*« Á«d?¹ Íc« ·bN« «c¼ s?Ž d³Fð ÆULN sJ *«

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«—U?ý≈ UNK Ë c«uM« ‚u? …“—U³« W×K?Ý_« wž«dH« Èu²? *« vKŽË Æt W“UGË a?¹—U²K  «¡UC `O²¹ w wI_« jI? *« qJ?Að Èd½ dUMŽ s U¼dOžË ¡UMH« œułuÐ wŠuð WOKš«œ rLB*« UN JF¹ Ê√ b¹d¹ w²« W×K*« W³žd« 5³ð s Õu²H*«Ë wKš«b« ‘u?(U ÆXO³« «c¼ w? fK− w¼Ë oÞUM ÀöŁ tOKŽ qDð tðUNł b?Š√ W¦U¦«Ë ¨¡U M«Ë WKzUF« WIDM WO½U¦«Ë ‰Ułd« Ê√ V?−¹ p?– l?Ë ¨‰U?HÞ_« »U?F√ W?IDM tðUöFÐË t?ðU½uJ0 sJ? *« Ê√ vKŽ UM¼ b R½ r?łd²ð U?NK W?OKš«b« t?KOUH²ÐË W?Ož«dH« W¹œuF « …dÝú …dUF*« WOŽUL²łô« …UO(«

ÍbOKI²« Ë√ b?¹b'«Ø.bI« WOUJ?ý≈ Ê√ Ëb?³¹ d?J w? …u?IÐ …d?{UŠ X?«“U d?UF*«Ë dNE¹Ë d?{U(« X?u« w w?ÐdF« r?LB*« s¼– w W?UI¦K nO¦J« —u?C(« «c?¼ Ê√ UM ¨…dO³ WOUJý≈ t? H½ qLF« s qF−¹ rLB*« UNË WCUM² W?Iz«– ¡U{—≈ u¼ »u?KD*« Êu …UOŠ gOFð Ê√ b¹dð UN½√ rž— WO ¹—U²« UNðU³KÞ ÆvMF s W?LKJ« Ác¼ w?MFð U qJÐ …d?UF Íc« s U? *« bŠ_ u¼ UMU√ Íc?« r?OLB²« bOF²? ¹ Ê√ ‰ËU×¹ t½√ vKŽ vË_« WK¼uK dNE¹ ¨W¹dB³« WOŠUM« s sJ? LK W¹bOKI²« ÕËd« b?$Ë ÊU —_« b?Š√ w? W½«uD?Ýù« Èd?M 74 Albenaa

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Al-Jazeera Neighborhood Accommodation

WOÝbMN« «—UA²Ýö w½«dLF« qJON« ∫ rLB*« ÷U¹d« …d¹e'« vŠ ∫ lu*« Î UFÐd Î «d² μ∑±≥≥ ∫ ÷—_« WŠU

Contemporary Language and Distinct Urban Nature The design idea was formulated by considering the project’s overall architectural context including the urban and architectural themes without neglecting the third theme which is coordinating the location. The villas and the residential buildings were combined in a coordinated urban context by using the integrated units system and internal cores that are surrounded by a group of residential units and known as “gathering nodes”, in addition to using the same architectural spirit in the design to result a distinct urban project which has one urban language and differs in its architectural components and vocabularies. The project consists of three models connected and semi-connected 434 villas, where the architectural spaces for each residential unit distributed on two floors with the presence of two or three residential units on each land plot. The first unit consists of a ground floor and a part of first floor, while the second one consists of a first floor and a part of the roof floor, as well as for the third one, if any. The project consists of a group of residential buildings which are located at the project’s outer band in a three different models and contain 241 residential units.

Master plan

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Different residential conceptual design

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Ground floor plan

First floor plan

Roof floor plan

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qL?Að vËô« ÁbŠu« ¨ …bŠ«u« ÷—_« W?FD ÁbŠu«Ë ‰Ëô« —Ëb« s ¡ełË v{—ô« —Ëb« —Ëœ s? ¡e?łË ‰Ëô« —Ëb?« qL?Að t?O½U¦« Æ błË Ê« t¦U¦« ÁbŠu« pcË `D« dzULF« s? WŽuL− vKŽ ŸËd?A*« Íu?²×¹Ë ŸËdALK wł—U)« j¹dA« vKŽ lIð WOMJ?« ≤¥± vKŽ Íu²% w?¼Ë WHK²  ÖU/ W?Łö¦Ð  «bŠu« r?OLBð w wŽË—ËÆ WOMJ?Ý …b?ŠË ¨WOHOþu« ÍœuF« ‰eM*«  U³KD² WOł–uLM« UL ¨ ÷U?¹d« WM¹b* W?O¾O³« ·Ëd?E« pcË


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Main perspective from the front facade

WËU× ‰öš s Î U?×{«Ë p– «bÐË ¨rOLB²« ŸËd?A*UÐ …œułu*« w{«—_« lD «b ²?Ý√ l u*« rOIð ‰öš s p–Ë ¨q¦_« «b ²Ý_« dzULFK UNCFР«b ²?Ý≈ rŁ ¨oÞUM ÊULŁ v≈ 5½«uIK Î UI Ë öOHK dš_« iF³«Ë WOMJ?« Æ ÷U¹d« WM¹b w UNÐ ‰uLF*« WOLOEM²« t³ýË WKB²  öO ¥≥¥ vKŽ ŸËdA*« Íu²×¹  Už«dH« `³Bð YO×РÖU/ WŁöŁ w WKB² s¹—Ëœ vKŽ WŽ“u WOMJÝ …bŠË qJ W¹—ULF*« vKŽ WOMJ?Ý  «bŠË  öŁË« 5ðbŠË œułË l

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WOHOþu« t?ðU¹u²×Ë ŸËd?A*« W?FO³D Î «d?E½ v≈ dEM« ‰öš s WOLOLB²« …dJH« —u?K³ð Î «—Ëd qUJ² qJ ŸËdALK w½«dLF« ‚UO« ‰U?L¼√ ÊËœ W?¹—ULF*«Ë W?¹dC(« —ËU?;UÐ Æ l u*« oOMð w q¦L²*« YU¦« —u×LK s WOŽuM« Ác¼ q?¦ w Í—ËdC« s? ÊUË ŸËd?A*«  U½uJ l q?UF²« ÂbŽ l¹—U?A*« dzULF«Ë  ö?OH« 5Ð U? Ãe*« - q?Ð œ«d?H½QÐ ‰öš s oÝUM² w½«dLŽ ‚UO?Ý w WOMJ?« W¹u½ô«Ë W?KUJ²*«  «b?Šu« ÂU?E½ «b ²?Ý≈

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Private Palace

WOÝbMN« «—UA²Ýö w½«dLF« qJON« ∫ rLB*« ÷U¹d« WM¹b ? v«e)« ÷U¹— wŠ ∫ lu*« Î UFÐd Î «d² ≥∞∞∞ ∫ ÷—_« WŠU

Classical Details and Residential Presence

The design idea was a result of the project’s functional program which is based on establishing men, women, and all various and joint sections that can realize more privacy without prejudice to the flexibility principle in using the project elements beside the needs of the resident’s family. In general, the philosophy of the design is based on mixing the modernity with the Andalusian classical design through the types of inside and outside finishes, as well as the men entrance and the internal distributer of the reception area which is a classical one. However, the family area is characterized by open and multi-use areas. Also, the design took into consideration the possibility of using all inside and outside spaces that can be opened to each other in the celebrations and occasions. Providing all kinds of recreation and sense of belonging to the residence was the main focus through steering its family part toward the swimming pool area which is considered as the beating heart of the project and the center of the activities as the family gatherings, the kids’ play area, and the gymnasium are placed around it with whole privacy for the housing’s residents. The main reception area - men area - has been designed to be formal by the internal distribution and the main entrance from the north side with the provision of a cars entrance area. The first floor mainly consists of family’s suites in addition to a hall that overlooks at the swimming pool area. The entrances have been probably distributed with the building’s blocs and its services where main entrance from the north, the family entrance from the east, and children entrance with the provision of a private entrance from the south to receive guests in case of occasions and the use of swimming pool area.

Main entrance

Ground floor plan

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Perspective from swimming pool area

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Housing in Riyadh

WOÝbMN« «—UA²Ýö WOM√ V²J ∫ rLB*« ÷U¹d« WM¹b ∫ lu*«

Family Privacy Starts from the Depth

Achieving a full privacy for the housing that overlooks at the outside might be the hardest mission. We should wonder here about the concept of the housing, as the privacy idea seems one of the components of Arabian housing culture and we cannot imagine a house without reflecting the culture of its residents. This building is located in Riyadh and basically depends on a medial courtyard open to the space, starting from the basement floor and at the same time contains a swimming pool, while the living room is placed in the housing’s deep part and the men gathering room is facing it from the other side to form a flexible and dynamic medial courtyard. In general, the idea is based on the simple formation and the housing itself doesn’t demand a spatial complexity, as the simplicity generates the beauty and the calmness forms the genius i.e. the internal and external residential space was developed to allow the residents to express their creativeness in the visual configuration. However, it is important to emphasize here that the nature of Riyadh desert contributed significantly in approaching the idea of flexible medial courtyard that is not linked with the movement of the internal spaces. Likewise, the house’s external formation reflects the calmness and the simplicity desire, as the house’s blocs seem clear and the medial courtyard indicates to its presence by the rise of men gathering room on one-anda-half floor high to indicate to the medial depth with the presence of small squareshaped openings that emphasis that the gathering room overlooks at the outside. The house spatial image depends on the consecutive idea i.e. the men spaces seem in the foreground, but at the same time make the visual barrier that achieve the privacy for the family spaces that comes after it.

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Street elevation

Roof floor plan

Basement floor plan

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First floor plan

Ground floor plan

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A Moroccan House in Riyadh

A New Approach to Moroccan Architecture

Islamic Architecture with its Moroccan style represents a major component in the architectural development in the kingdom, and especially in Riyadh, both in religious and residential projects. This style provides designers with enough tools to create architectural elements that are suitable for the local culture, and environment. A design firm was commissioned to redesign an un-completed residential villa with a Moroccan Touches. Double skin solution was adopted to balance the masses on the facade, and create the required Architectural elements, using only material locally available. Respecting the theme of the architecture, the Designer created the Interior of the villa by using elements in different locations and shapes from the library of the Moroccan style. The ground floor captured most of these elements at the entrances as well as the main areas of the house. Going to the first floor thru a Grand Stair, the Designer continued with the same theme but a bit lighter emphasizing on creating an environment of warmth, and privacy while responding to the requirements, and the wishes of every member of the house. The concept of the basement was to create vertical decorative elements of the same style, to provide the tenants the feeling of larger space with higher ceiling. Adapting the Moroccan style to this project has helped the designer to incorporate the lighting effect in the design to create shades and shadows feeling that can alter dramatically between day and night time on the facades as well as in the interior.

Family entrance

Ladies sitting - ground floor

Family living room - frist floor

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Main sitting - ground floor

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Perspective from the men’s entrance

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Private Residential Palace

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Luxury & View at Wadi Hanifa

This private palace is located inside a closed residential complex west of Riyadh, where its eastern interface has a direct view at Wadi Hanifa which was one of the key considerations of the design beside the environmental dimension, irregular shape of the land borders, the function and the environmental and aesthetic approach of the building, and the levels of luxury reflected on the external architectural nature and the internal space. The cluster form was adopted on a middle main patio that is always the beating heart of house where all daily family activities can be done on it from the basement up to the upper facilities. The patio was considered as the house hinge where two main axes were designed as the house’s back block was directed to have a view at a huge back garden, and its visual depth is the nice view of Wadi Hanifa. As for the other axis, it is a vertical one that links the palace entrance and the main reception elements with the border of the location’s western wall. The internal patio was formulated in a way to achieve the diversity idea of spaces sizes which reflects on luxury and achieves the spatial gradual idea of one, two, or three floor high so that each patio suits its function where we can find a patio from the basement up to sky.

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First floor plan

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Ground floor plan

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Your Partner of Choice in Building the Future SOFCON Consulting Engineering Company is a leading company in the field of engineering consultancy and project management. Since it was founded in 1979 and so far it is still one of the largest companies operating in this field due to the diverse and distinctive services it offers. The headquarter is located in the city of Al-Khobar and it has several branch offices in various parts of the Kingdom. The company employs more than 600 professionals world-class capabilities in the field of engineering design and project management. The company was able to maintain its leadership in its work through: first: the vision of its founders to make it a “partner of choice in building the future” for projects of customers.

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Operations of Project Management Offices (PMO) • Estimating • Safety & Risk Analysis Studies The company was involved in the design, project management & supervision for a number of mega development projects in our beloved country such as: Infrastructure development for Jubail 2 - Royal Commission Infrastructure development for Yanbu - Royal Commission Development of refinery & petrochemical complex – PetroRabigh Karan Gas Plant Project - Saudi Aramco Khurais field production development - Saudi Aramco The company is still involving in the design, project management & supervision for a number of mega development projects in our beloved country such as: GOSI Investment Residential Complex (2) at Jubail Home Ownership complex for company employees - Saudi Aramco Manifa Field Development - Saudi Aramco Wasit Field Development - Saudi Aramco Integrated Petrochemical Complex - SADARA


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Social Referrals for Neighborhood Planning The need to create a diverse and balanced society is the backbone of the neighborhood, and we do not expect developing a health social system without the presence of the family of all sizes and configurations, so we find that the planning of the neighborhood here focuses on the existence of residential areas varied at the level of neighborhood through the

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flexible movement of the paths’ motion, where the main road divides the same neighborhood to different shapes and sizes of neighborhoods, and creates a general space where the open spaces inside these neighborhoods link with it, in addition to the public buildings in the neighborhood. From planning point of view, the project looks balanced with urban and visual properties that depend heavily on the gradual discovery of the mass of urban as the street is breaker one, to achieve the traffic safety, and strengthen visual-urban relations inside the neighborhood. The project is established on a land of total area of 580,357.05 square meters, and consists of 117 model A 4-bedroom villas, 135 model B 4-bedroom villas, 12 5-bedroom residential villas, 144

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¡UM³« μ∞


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Qatar Projects Over forty French companies will take part in the first French Pavilion led by UBIFRANCE – the French Agency for International Business Development – at the Project Qatar tradeshow to be held in Doha from next April 30th to May 3rd.2013 After a number of yearly editions, this event is asserting itself as one of the major meeting places for construction professionals. French companies, which include the sector’s largest worldwide groups, will make sure they seize the opportunity provided by this event to provide innovative solutions appropriate to the field of construction and finishing works. Boosted by winning the hosting of the Football World Cup 2022, Qatar is in the midst of developing in excess of 250b USD’s worth of projects. In 2012 alone, over 22b in new contracts is expected to be signed, mainly concerning infrastructures, retail areas and office space. The offer on show by French exhibitors at Project Qatar ranges far and wide, from architecture to tooling, to building construction, finishing works, urban furniture, public works equipment and safety equipment, demonstrating an ongoing focus on innovation.

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¨r?OKF² ÂŤĂ‹ ¨WD?Ă?u²*ÂŤĂ‹ ‌d?OGB ÂŤ ÆWOĂ—B ÂŤ WšUĹ˝d ÂŤ d?Ă°Ă‹dMĹ‚dOÂź â€?Uš—bÂ˝ÂŤĂ˜bO? ÂŤ ‰U? b? Ă‹ Ăˆb W?O½U*Ă´ÂŤ ‌—U?âˆ’Â˛ ÂŤĂ‹ W?Ĺ˝UMB ÂŤ áu?H WšœuF? ÂŤ WOĂ?dF ÂŤ WJKL*ÂŤ d³²FĂ° WšœuF? ÂŤ WIDM w? UO½U*Ă´ Ă?—U?& pšd?Ă˝ rŸ wÂź  —œUB ÂŤ WÂł½ Â Ĺ“ÂŤâ€œ YOĹ  jĂ?Ă‹Ă´ÂŤ ‚dA ÂŤ w WšœuF? ÂŤ WOĂ?dF ÂŤ W?JKL*ÂŤ v? ≈ W?O½U*_ÂŤ • â‰Ľâˆž WÂł?MĂ? â‰¤âˆžÂąâ‰¤ Ă‚U?Ĺ˝ s? ‰Ë_ÂŤ l?Ă?d ÂŤ XFH𗍠5?Ĺ  w? Ë—u?š —U?OK ≤ X?GKĂ? Ă‹ v ≈ • Âąâˆ‚âˆž WÂł?MĂ? WšœuF? ÂŤ  —œU?B ÂŤ ÆË—uš ĂŠuOK ≼≼âˆ?

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City of Workers in Makkah The Holy Capital Municipality represented by Al-Balad Al-Ameen Company has started the practical steps to build a residential city for employees and singles under the name of Madinat Alummal “city of workers” at Makkah-Jeddah Highway beside the Crown Prince schemes to provide good housing for citizens and residents. Dr. Osama Al-Bar, Secretary-General of the Holy Capital Municipality and Chairman of Al-Balad Al-Ameen Company, said that the company has made great strides in negotiating with a major real estate company for the construction of the residential city, which will have multi-level villas and apartments with different areas. He added that an area of million square meters was allocated for the construction of the city, while coordination has been done with all government authorities for the provision of infrastructure services for this residential city, which will include commercial markets, gardens, parks, mosques, etc., as well as schools for boys and girls of various academic levels.

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Ministry of Transport Implements 108 Vital and Developmental Road Projects in Riyadh Region The Ministry of Transport is currently implementing a number of road projects in the Riyadh region. Eng. Abdullah bin Abdulrahman Al Moqbel, the Deputy of Ministry of Transport for Roads, stated that the number of these projects is 108 on a total length of 6283 km and total cost of SR 9 billion and they include intersections, and double and single highways. Among the most important of these projects: the Prince Salman bin Abdulaziz Road with intersections, the road linking Al Kharj with Riyadh-Damman Highway, improving intersections number 2,5,6,7,17 on the Riyadh Ring Road, implementing a two-way multilane for Al Mujamah-Shaqraa-Al Dodami-Al Bajadya-Afef- Dulm Road, and implementing a two-way multi-lane for Darmaa-Shaqra Road.

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Ministry of Islamic Affairs Implements Projects to Renovate and Construct Mosques Ministry of Islamic Affairs, Endowments, Da’wah and Guidance has continued to award a set of demolition and construction projects of a number of mosques in a several cities and governorates of the Kingdom to national companies and institutions on a total amount of SR 30,411,171. Mr. Abdullah bin Ibrahim AlHowaimel, the Ministry’s Undersecretary for Administrative and Technical Affairs, pointed out that these projects include the development and expansion of King Abdulaziz Mosque at Al-Kharj in Riyadh on a total amount of SR 4,681,578 during an 8-month period, and the renovation and re-construction of group (i) mosques in Al-Eys Province in Al-Madinah AlMunawarah on a total amount of SR 1,378, 290 during a 18-month period. He added that the projects include maintenance, cleanliness, and operation of a mosque and a Da’wah center and its facilities in Dammam on a total amount of SR 2,808,000 for a three-year period.

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Building SR 4.7 Billion Power Plant in Riyadh Dr. Saleh bin Hussein Al-Awaji, Chairman of Saudi Electricity Co. (SEC), has signed a contract worth SR 4.7 billion to build the 12th power plant in Riyadh. Eng. Ali bin Saleh Al-Barrak, the company’s CEO, said that the plant with a capacity of 2,175 megawatts is to be built in 36 months from the day of signing the deal in an area of 100 km northwest of Riyadh, in order to increase the capacity of power generation and keep up with the economic boom in the Kingdom. He added that the plant will work on the combined-cycle system, which means it will not consume any additional quantities of fuel as it will work by exploiting the temperature of gas emissions from burning fuel used to run gas units, where this plant will replace the old and low efficiency units, which will help to reduce pollution levels in Riyadh.

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Second Expansion of Hail International Airport HRH Abdulaziz bin Sa’ad, the Deputy Governor of Hail, was briefed on the schemes and the phases of second expansion construction of Hail International Airport, where two halls for the international arrival and departure flights will be constructed, in addition to expanding the entrances and the new parkings, organizing the external yard, connecting the airport with a bridge and private entrances when the Roads Department finishes construction of the road that links the current Airport Circle with Hail-Madinah Highway, and constructing a bridge in front of Hail Airport.

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Developing and Regenerating Makkah’s Slums Dr. Osama Al-Bar, Secretary-General of the Holy Capital Municipality and Chairman of Al-Balad Al-Ameen Development and Urban Regeneration Company, reviewed the threeyear old company’s plans in order to prepare and implement development and urban regeneration programs in the slums of Makkah Al- Mukarramah through partnerships with the private sector. During an expanded meeting organized by the Real Estate Committee at the Eastern Province Chamber of Commerce and Industry in its headquarters in Dammam, Al-Bar said that this meeting represents the first of briefings to be held in various regions of the Kingdom to introduce Al-Balad Al-Ameen Company, while selecting Eastern Province as the first station comes for several reasons, including being a pioneer in the business in the Kingdom, and the region’s real estate companies have a great professionalism because of the presence of major companies such as Saudi Aramco, paving the way for the establishment of companies in the property and engineering. He called the Eastern Province’s specialized engineering, energy, green construction, or entertainment industry companies to invest in Makhka, pointing out that the Al-Balad Al-Ameen Company plans to build an airport city within the Haramain High Speed Rail Project, so that the visitor will ride the train towards the airport directly.

—dBUĂ? bšbĹ‚ Ă?—U& ‚uĂ? cOHMĂ° WšUN½ ‰Üť UNM ÂĄU?N²½ô —dI*ÂŤ s w²ÂŤĂ‹ W?šuO(ÂŤ lš—U?A*ÂŤ s Ĺ“bĹ˝ cOHMĂ° —dBÂŤ W?šbKĂ? q?ÂŤuĂ° wMO?(ÂŤ s?;ÂŤb³Ž sĂ? bLĂ— â€?bMN*ÂŤ —dBÂŤ WšbKĂ? fOz— `{Ă‹âˆš YOŠ¨ wU(ÂŤ Ă?d−NÂŤ Ă‚U?FÂŤ p–Ë Wš—U&  Ü× Ď€ sLC²šË ¨ ≤Â ÂĽÎźâˆž wÂŤuĹ  WĹ U0 bšbĹ‚ Ă?—U& ‚uĂ? cOHMĂ° r²š UOUĹ  t½ Ă?– dNĂ˝ w Ă cOHMĂ° s ÂĄUN²½ô l u²*ÂŤ sĂ‹ •¼≤ Ă â€œU$ÂŤ WÂł½ mK³ðË —dBUĂ? fOzdÂŤ Ÿ—UAÂŤ vKĹ˝ Æ?Ÿ¹¼≼≼ Ă‚UFÂŤ s W−(ÂŤ

Implanting new commercial market in As Sarar The Municipality of As Sarar continues implementing a number of vital projects which are scheduled for completion by the end of the current Hijri year. Eng. Muhammad bin Abdulmuhsen Al-Husseini, the President of Municipality of As Sarar, said that a new commercial market on As Sarar’s main street is currently implemented on a total area of 450 square meters including nine shops, and the percentage of implantation is 42 %. He added that it is scheduled for completion in the month of Dhual-Hijjah of the year 1433 H.

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HRH Prince Sattam bin Abdulaziz, Governor of Riyadh region and President of High Commission for Riyadh Development, chaired the 3rd joint meeting of the Commission, the Regional Council, the Municipal Council, and the Board of Directors of Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Riyadh at the Cultural Palace at the Diplomatic Quarter, to discuss the plan to follow up the projects of Riyadh region, the Public Transportation project, Riyadh’s regional scheme, and Riyadh’s overall strategic scheme. Prince Sattam said that the meeting comes in the framework of consultations usually organized by the High Commission for Riyadh Development every two years, giving a renewed opportunity to enhance communication among everyone, and see what has been achieved and what is under construction or planned in Riyadh and in the region in general.

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Inauguration of Western Suburb Project in Makkah HRH Prince Khaled Al-Faisal, Emir of Makkah region, announced the inauguration of the implementation phase of the Western Suburb Project in Makkah on a total area of 1.5 million square meters, located at Makkah Gate area. The project will focus on urban development and provision of highquality services. This came during an inauguration ceremony of the beginning of the execution works for ‘Dhaheyet Somu Project’ on the Makkah-Jeddah Highway. The gate’s structural plan covers an area of 85 million square meters, where AlBalad Al-Ameen Company owns 60 million square meters, starting from 13 km away from the Grand Mosque and extending through the Old Makkah-Jeddah Highway up to the Leith Road from south and the Fifth Ring Road (Al-Shumaisi Road) from west, and the Makkah-Jeddah Highway and Haramain High Speed Rail from west to east. The company aims to turn the area between Makkah Gate and the holy city into a residential area with 40 districts to provide housing for 600,000 residents, according to a 15-year development plan.

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