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Red Sea Ecotecture

Design Competition
For a Sustainable Future.

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Ecotecture Design Competition offers students of architecture schools in Saudi universities a unique opportunity to contribute to its luxury project by submitting innovative architectural and urban design solutions for the project’s community center located in the coastal village.

The innovative solutions will be implemented as part of our efforts to aesthetically design the coastal village components while adhering to enhanced sustainability principles and contribute to the project’s ecosystem.

Submissions are now closed and judging is in progress.

An enrolled Architecture and Planning student at a Saudi public or private university.

A fresh graduate from one of the selected Saudi universities of Architecture and Planning.

Create opportunities for Saudi talents to participate in the development of a world-class tourism destination.

Contribute to the development of the hospitality and luxury eco-tourism industry.

Provide an incentive for young and experienced designers to communicate and share their creative designs and solutions.

Preserve the architectural and urban character of the project by incorporating authentic designs.

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Design and Submission

Submission Requirement:

  • Write an introduction to the project explaining the idea of the proposed design (Does not to exceed 500 words).
  • Provide analysis of the site including its relationship to the surrounding area, the environmental diversity and the historical value of the region.
  • Determine the components of the project and the survey program.
  • Determine environmental, safety, and accessibility requirements.
  • Design drawing of the concept.
  • Provide general site coordination drawings.
  • Provide plans of the key elements of the project.
  • Provide front, back and side elevations drawings.
  • Provide sectional drawings clarifying levels.
  • Provide realistic architectural perspective renders.
Filtration and Judging
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