This building which houses the Heart of Sharjah Management Unit, for Sharjah Investment & Development Authority -Shurooq, is located in the historic part of Sharjah, surrounded by traditional buildings which have mostly been renovated or reconstructed since 1990. The site previously included an old house that was demolished in the 1970’s.
Shurooq Heart of Sharjah Offices
Wael Al-Masri Planners and Architects, WMPA
Sharjah, UAE; Firm Location: Amman, Jordan
Wael Al-Masri, Jalal Abuthina
Conservation of Mosaics in Middle East are Focus of Getty's Final MOSAIKON Courses. These advanced MOSAIKON courses will train professionals for the long-term preservation of mosaics.
A word- a symbol becomes a space! The project is planned to be located in three close and symbolic countries- Egypt, Jordan and Israel. This building, as a light tent in the desert, will be visible from all three locations and unite its main concept- peace.
Peace Hotel, Eilat
Moshe Katz Architect
AutoCAD, Rhinoceros 3D, Autodesk 3ds Max, Adobe Photoshop
Are you planning to spend your vacation in the desert? Well, we adopted your wish with our outstanding Desert Villa designed in captivating Wadi rum desert in Jordan. You are going to experience an unforgettable experience.
Wadi Rum, Jordan
Autodesk 3ds Max, Quixel Bridge, Autodesk Revit, Enscape, Lumion, Adobe Photoshop
Oppenheim Architecture: Ayla Golf Academy & Clubhouse takes inspiration from the natural dunescapes and mountains of the surrounding desert as well as the architectural heritage of the ancient Bedouin. The innovative and organic design of the building forms the iconic core of the Ayla Oasis mixed-use resort development.
Ayla Golf Academy & Clubhouse
Rory Gardiner, Moh’d Musa, Rasem Kamal
Desret house is a hypothetical design proposal by Vancouver-based designer Amey Kandalgaonkar, situated in Wadi Rum, Jordan.
Project description by the architect:
Through architectural intervention in form of a residence, the project aims to highlight coexisting dualities of corporeal landsca...
The Dubai-based architecture studio MEAN* (Middle East Architecture Network) designed a 3D printed pavilion for welcoming visitors into the desert of Wadi Rum, south of Jordan.
Project description by the architects:
A pavilion that celebrates the heritage of hospitality in the spirit of tomorr...