Tourist Complex | Middle East

The architectural challenge here is to link the rock and aqueous elements in a highly symbolic and representative complex, so as to leave visitors with a unique experience and the opportunity to learn about the rich culture and landscape of Middle East .
The seven buildings in the form of a stone, circular in plan, have a minimum of two storeys to a maximum of eight. Inside there are green courtyards, “oases” with lush native vegetation. This condition makes it possible to achieve different situations, depending on whether the building faces outwards or inwards.

credits | design architects: T-Studio | engineering: Interstudio