|The dark neutral exterior will also contribute to highlight the contrast between the intensity of the exterior environment and the comfort and Coziness of its warm interior spaces, entirely cladding wall||The western side of the mountain has retained most of its natural roughed terrain and vegetation, has extensive views, humid weather and low temperatures during most of the year|
|Briefing: In this project we were given a unique opportunity to propose a challenging design that should be scalable, replicable, sustainable and reversible||Various prototypes where designed to allow different combinations|
The temporary nature of the cabins will be underlined by the nature of its finishes and colors.
|The external anthracite metal cladding will underline the artificiality of shelter||Locations, on the edge of the mountain cliff that will be accessible by a walkway|
|Having a minimal foot print, impact on the site and vegetation should be reduced to a minimum||At 3000m altitude, the top of Jebel Sawda is one of the highest locations in Saudi Arabia|
The V shape of the cabin will open up towards the view whilst allowing a reducing its physical shape on the rear side, giving the impression of a much smaller structure than it actually is.