Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Architectural, Interior & Landscape Design
A contemporary proposal that extend across the entire width of the plot. Its ‘H’ footprint generates a layout that generated dual aspect views out to green space in all quarters. This allows for green breakout space in all directions, inviting the garden in breaking the boundary between external and interior. A series of volumes are arranged around a large central courtyard allowing for a compact arrangement and ease of circulation.
The central courtyard is the communal heart of the proposal, offering protection from the elements and privacy. While still providing a larger garden space that has privacy from one of the buildings main wings.
The proposals rectilinear forms allow for the use of cantilevers and screens providing shading from the harsh glare for the sun.
Omar Al Omari, Michaela Cojan, Christopher Yah, Laura Alvarez, Marcos Corbal, Max Lewis, Renzhi Zeng, Anna Aleshkina