Dabouk Residence

Location: Amman, Jordan
Year: 2008
Area:6,500 m2
Service:Architecture Preliminary Design, Architecture, Engineering, Contract Documents, Construction Administration, and supervision.
Sitting atop the high hills of Dabouk, the white Jerusalem stone palace will rise and silhouette with a beautiful cascading landscape simulating an age-old forest.

The visitors will be drawn by the 50-meter drive-way through French gardens that leads to the tall vaulted entry hall. Past that, and opening to a tall foyer, visitors will be awestruck by the open vista views through five-meter-tall windows overlooking minimalist gardens and Western Amman.

The palace is comprised of three floors containing seven bedroom suites, two grand salons, two main dining rooms, a cinema pool house and other numerous entertainment and services facilities.