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Beyond our thoughts about plain and straight desert house, a romantic Saudi Arabian novelist has built a beautiful modern house for his residence by the help of the British archtect, Peter Barber. The modern house fits the mold to a T with its modern profile, curving rooflines, and a cool, white facade dotted with windows.
According to the architect, “The building is an essay in the stripped aesthetic of Arabic vernacular and early Modernism. It is also a critical exploration of the complex social and power relationship encoded within the layout of a Saudi house.”
Two distinct areas are defined inside the house: the front side which used for the living and entertaining, and the rear part which serve as the sleeping quarters. There are various rooms inside which include two reception areas, two bathrooms, a kitchen, two powder rooms, three bedrooms and a maid’s room. To deal with the arid climate of the desert, a rooftop terrace is built on the topping with an alfresco kitchen, pool, and waterfall in the garden.
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