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  7. Thread: The Red Sea Project

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    WATG’s master plan for The Red Sea Project outlines a cohesive strategy for a single place to deliver unlimited experiences at an extraordinary scale, keeping people coming back for generations. Detailing a new international airport, more than fifty new hotels, and a new town for the 35,000 people who will live and work in the development, the plan provides a road map for the region’s success in the short and long term. Even more critically, the master plan prioritizes environmental impact, and creates natural preserves that allow sensitive marine and terrestrial ecosystems to thrive. The result is a development that is anticipated to create 70,000 new jobs and contribute 22 billion Saudi Riyal to the national economy, without compromising the region’s natural resources.
    https://www.watg.com/project/the-red-sea-project-saudi-arabia/
    https://www.burohappold.com/projects/the-red-sea-project/
    https://cdn.horwathhtl.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/2/2020/12/HTL-Health-Wellness-2020.pdf
  10. Thread: The Red Sea Project

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    Our Southern Dunes hotel is one of two inland locations at The Red Sea.
























    https://visiontoreality.theredsea.sa/sub_domain_pages/southerndunes_en
  11. Thread: The Red Sea Project

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    Hotel 12 on Ummahat Al Shaykh Islands is designed by British architect Foster + Partners.




















    https://visiontoreality.theredsea.sa/sub_domain_pages/ummahatalshaykh12_en
  12. Thread: The Red Sea Project

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  13. Thread: The Red Sea Project

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    Dolphin-shaped Shurayrah Island is our hub and will contain 11 world-class hotels.








































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  14. Thread: The Red Sea Project

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    Red Sea International Airport will serve an estimated one million tourists per year by 2030.




































    https://visiontoreality.theredsea.sa/sub_domain_pages/airport_en
  15. Thread: The Red Sea Project

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    Hotel 11 on Ummahat Al Shaykh Island is designed by Japanese architect Kengo Kuma.






















    https://visiontoreality.theredsea.sa/sub_domain_pages/ummahatalshaykh11_en
  16. Thread: The Red Sea Project

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    Sheybarah Island will feature signature overwater assets designed by Killa Architectural Design.








































    https://visiontoreality.theredsea.sa/sub_domain_pages/sheybarah_en
  17. Thread: The Red Sea Project

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    The Red Sea Project will be a luxury resort destination that will be developed across a group of natural islands and steeped in nature and culture. It will set new standards for sustainable development and bring about the next generation of luxury travel, putting Saudi Arabia on the international tourism map.
    the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, between the cities of Umluj and Al Wajh.
    Envisioned as an exquisite luxury resort destination built on 50 unspoiled natural islands that stretch along 200 kilometers of stunning coastline, the Red Sea Project will be situated on the site of one of the world’s hidden natural treasures.
    The islands form an archipelago that is home to environmentally protected coral reefs, mangroves, and several endangered marine species, including the hawksbill, a slender sea turtle. It also boasts dormant volcanoes; the most recently active has a recorded history of activity that dates back to the 17th century AD. In addition, the Red Sea Project’s nature preserve is inhabited by rare wildlife, including Arabian leopards, Arabian wolves, Arabian wildcats, and falcons.
    Visitors to the Red Sea Project will enjoy plenty of sunshine, pristine white sandy beaches, and for the more adventurous, various ecological, historical, and cultural excursions, both on land and sea. The resort will offer popular activities, such as diving—the Red Sea is famous for being one of the world’s best dive sites—parachuting, trekking, and rock climbing. Tourists will also be able to take advantage of cultural visits to the Arab Heritage Museum and the Archeology Center. In addition to providing education, health care, transportation, and other services.
    Visitors to the Red Sea Project will be able to engage in unique experiences that include:

    - Sunshine, White Beaches, and Cool Waters. The Red Sea Project will be built across an archipelago of 50 natural islands to offer a world-class luxury resort destination.

    - Adventure and Sport. The resort will offer a variety of sports, including scuba diving, rock climbing, trekking, and parachuting, as well as golf, tennis, and football.

    - Ecotourism. Visitors will be able to enjoy nature through various experiences, including stargazing, camping, hiking on dormant volcanoes, or observing rare animals and plants in their natural habitat.

    - Culture and Heritage. Visitors will be offered rich cultural experiences through visits to the historical sites of Al Ula and Mada’in Saleh. They will also be able to sample native cuisine and retrace ancient caravan trade routes at the Arab Heritage Museum and the Archeology Center.

    - Health and Leisure. As a center of the wellness movement and a showcase for a healthy, engaged, and vibrant society, visitors will experience first-class leisure that offers the best in world-class luxury.
    https://www.pif.gov.sa/en/MediaCenter/NewsAttachments/The%20Red%20Sea%20-%20Brochure%20-%20English.pdf
  18. Thread: Yas Island

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    In the remote South of Oman there is a fishing village Shuwaimia on a 30KM virgin beach. The client is a regional developer interested in developing 1 million square meters of precious land where the mountains meet the Indian Ocean. The architect proposed working with the Earth; a low density Eco resort that will meet the triple bottom line, the economic: cheaper to build using low skilled local labor and materials and higher revenue attracting eco tourists seeking remote and authentic experiences. The environmental: working with local materials and using passive and active green energy. The social: working with and engaging the local population, giving fishermen an additional skill to be used after fishing season, expressing the local culture in the architecture and giving the new town a sense of identity and local pride.

    Working with local materials was key in making a sturdy prototype that also blends with the local architecture; old fishing nets were mixed with plaster for extra reinforcement, using local stone for flooring purposes, and traveling across Oman in search of local arts and crafts served the team with abundant choices, given the nation’s proud tradition and dedication to keeping the artisanal culture alive. When it came to powering the resort, solar panels played a major role: Solar panels harnessed electricity, a solar heater was put in place, and a solar-powered air conditioning system was introduced. Using the sun’s energy managed to reduce consumption by a staggering 30-40%, and in doing so the team cultivated a growing curiosity towards employing green energy throughout the community with various other clean energy applications.
    The result of the prototype was extremely successful, the client was very pleased with the results as we managed to reduce the construction cost by 30% and expect these figures to improve. The thick 50cm earth walls combined with the wind tower provides a very pleasant environment.

    In their final masterplan, the team aims to implement a permanent crafts center that would allow for the creation of new job opportunities for women in the local community, as well as providing an onsite training program at the local architecture college that teaches sustainable architectural practices. In the meantime, a monitoring system for the prototype has been put in place, and the data will be made available for research purposes in the future.
    http://www.herskhazeen.com/gunoot-eco-resort/
  22. Thread: Junoot Eco Resort

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    SSH has designed an eco resort at one of United Real Estate Company’s (URC) projects. This project, still under development by the leading MENA real estate developer, is set along the shores of Oman’s untouched southern beaches, approximately 320 km northeast of Salalah.
    Inspired by the Iranian humanitarian architect Nader Khalili, through his brainchild Cal-Earth, SSH created this prototype. The form is designed to exemplify a type of architecture that is most desirable in a high-end, authentic, experience-seeking and adventurous tourist development.




    https://www.sshic.com/our-projects/junoot-eco-resort/
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  25. Thread: Rixos resorts

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    Time-Lapse, Construction Progress - Rixos Hotel - Qetaifan Island North


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