It is the branch in Al Hudaydah, A project based on the idea of Modern mashrabiya I wanted to find an aesthetic and contemporary alternative to solar shading for the building, a new solution, something in pure white that would not store heat, open enough to allow the light pass through and views to be glimpsed , robust but without having structure. My idea was to achieve a sense of ‘floating’ panels, which could be appreciated from both the interior and exterior of the building, with an extra dimension created by the movement of shadows through the day. “


It is the branch in Al Hudaydah to show their products ,like ceramic,sanitary materials ,The total area is 1500 sq.m ,It is the second

largest branch in Yemen ,Consists of two floors.the showroom in first floor and staff offices in second floor,the parking is also designed for 30 cars


A project based on the idea of Modern mashrabiya I wanted to find an aesthetic and contemporary alternative to solar shading for the building, a new solution, something in pure white that would not store heat, open enough to allow the light pass through and views to be glimpsed , robust but without having structure. My idea was to achieve a sense of ‘floating’ panels, which could be appreciated from both the interior and exterior of the building, with an extra dimension created by the movement of shadows through the day. “


they like it especially that the idea of the project is taken from the their Traditional elements,I learned the importance of studying climate conditions before starting a project and how it affects the shape of the building,and how to use Traditional Arab elements In acontemporary way to match today’s requirements.

  • Architect: Taghreed AL-shweeter

Posted by Taghreed ALshweeter

Interior Designer,Architect

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