Sandscape Architecture

A Company's New Headquarters In The United Arab Emirates Stands Out By Blending In

Some buildings call attention to themselves by blending in. So it is with the Bee'ah headquarters, which aims to match its surrounding landscape: the sand dunes of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates. Yet the project team, which included Zaha Hadid Architects, had to do more than just build something that looks at home in the desert. A central goal of the project was to deliver a complex steeped in sustainability.
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