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The building was designed to embody the noble relationship that has evolved over the years of history between man and horse, in the art of Horsemanship.
The design reflects the local history and heritage through its elements and also celebrates, in its architecture the marriage between the old and the modern. Passive ventilation techniques were adopted in the stable building using the barrel vault and the designs of the openings. The interior was designed to thyme with and complement the architectural concept.
Natural stone was used for floor tiling. The interior walls were given a simple feel with light earth-tone colors. Wooden elements were used in the treatment of the walls and ceiling of the dining hall, the study and the main sitting lounge. Artifacts and paintings that are related to horsemanship were used to decorate the internal walls and spaces. Copper hand-made chandeliers were used to enhance the mystic feeling of the spaces.
Manja, Madaba – Jordan
Completed in 2003
Design for the Architectural, Interior, Structural, Landscape, Electrical, HVAC & Sanitary works, Preparation of contract & tender documents and supervise the execution of the project on site.