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Princess Sarah Bint Ahmad Al Sudairy Center for Feminine Research





Princess Sarah Bint Ahmad Al Sudairy Center for Feminine Research Client: Al-Riyadh Development Authority Location: Al-Riyadh - Saudi Arabia Services Provided: Design and Working Drawings Total Built-up Area: 6,557 m2 Construction Cost: US $ 12,800,000 Starting Date: 2010 Completion Date: 2011 Project Description: 2010 - The site dedicated to this project is adjacent to the Daret King Abdul Aziz and the modern museums, within the area of the King Abdul Aziz Historical zone has had a significant impact on the design of this project, the design was inspired from the architectural heritage of the city of Riyadh, where the Princess Sarah Bint Ahmad Al Sudairy Center for Feminine Research blends tradition with use of modern technology in construction, this project was established to preserve the documents and manuscripts related to Saudi women and their research. Located in King Abdul Aziz district of Riyadh, the project consists of three floors; basement, ground floor and first floor, with towers and stone walls surrounding its facilities, giving the place the desired privacy since it is mainly frequented by women, and creating a shade in the outdoor court that is centered with a fountain, where the unique design and transparency of this project allowed for blending the landscape with the physical fabric of the buildings.



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