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Oasis House in Wadi Al Disah, Saudi Arabia by Omar Hakim

Project name:
Oasis House
Architecture firm:
Omar Hakim
Wadi Al Disah, Tabuk, Saudi Arabia
Tools used:
Rhinoceros 3D, Grasshopper, Lumion, Adobe Photoshop
Principal architect:
Omar Hakim
Design team:
Built area:
300 m² (ground floor), 200 m² (first floor)
Site area:
500 m²
Design year:
Completion year:
Omar Hakim
Concept - Design
Residential › House

Omar HakimThe Concept is located in the Wadi Al Disah (Disah Valley), Tabuk of Saudi Arabia. The house is defined by two volumes connected with each other through a concrete core. 

The first volume is the floating box which is mainly glass in order to open up and get the maximum advantage of the mesmerizing nature around it, Connecting people with nature and bringing the outside to the inside.

The second volume is integrated with the site topology holding the swimming pool on top with an opening allowing natural sunlight to penetrate through the swimming pool into the living room bringing the Tranquility of Water to  the Interior Space.

cliff house with infinity pool

modern and luxury kitchen with desert view

living room with glass ceiling of pool

contemporary home with illumination at night


By Naser Nader Ibrahim

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Eduardo Delduca -
Espectacular,una joya hermosa de la arquitectura moderna... Hermosas vistas del cajón...
Alan -
Stunning as this architectural wonder may be (love so many of the clever contemporary design elements of this visualisation), doesn't the pure natural beauty of Wadi Disah (or more accurately Wadi Qaraqir) really deserves just to be left alone? Nature does it best undisturbed. Maybe such a home can built somewhere else in the area - just not within the Wadi itself? 🤔

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