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ECO ARCHITECTURE

Design innovations that minimize their impact on the landscape, respond to the climate, and harness the combined creative talents of nature, local artists, and their communities.

Since each piece of earth is unique, design solutions must evolve from indigenous realities. The design must provide for education, conservation, value and inspiration and primarily promote the welfare of local people. It should be in harmony with nature through an earth-tone template and maximize the use of natural systems. An architectural vocabulary for each site must be identified that reflects both local cultural and natural heritage. The design character should embody the region’s identity. Maximizing the use of local organic building materials- when sustainable- and local labor engages community participation and supports the wellbeing of local and indigenous people.

 

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Wadi El Hitan Open Air museum & Visitor facilities

Planning, design and construction of visitor facilities for this sensitive World Heritage Site presented several challenges.

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Wadi El Hitan Fossil & Climate Change Museum

Our turn-key work for the award wininnig Wadi El Hitan Fossil and Climate Museum included it's architectural and exhibit design and construction.

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Wadi * El * Gemal * National Park infrastructure

Design and construction of park infrastructure and facilities including visitor outlook, Ababda museum, ranger outposts and park entry posts .

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Ras Hankorab ecologically sensitive beach

This pristine beach was saved from unsustainable activities through the implementation of these visitor facilities which regulated its use

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White * *Desert * National Park infrastructure

Our works for the WDNP infrastructure included the entry landmark and gate facilities, design and amelioration works to the visitor center.

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Siwa Protected Area Park infrastructure design

Our park infrastructure master plan and design included ranger accommodations and outposts, park headquarters and other facilities.