Connection with the dunes of Aqaba, "Ayla Golfclub" by Oppenheim Architecture

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Oppenheim Architecture.
Chad Oppenheim, Beat Huesler.
Aleksandra Melion, Anthony Cerasoli, Tom Mckeogh, Ana Guedes Lebre, Rasem Kamal.
Interior Designer.- Oppenheim Architecture. Golf Consultant.- Greg Norman. Landscape.- Form Landscape Architects. Structure Consultant.- WMMEngineersAG. Shotcrete Consultant.- GreuterAG. Local Architect.- Darb Architects and Engineers. General Contractor.- Modern Tech. Construction. Shotcrete Contractor.- Nino Construction Engineers. Branding.- Ilona Studio.
Ayla Oasis Development Company.
Scope.- Architecture, Interior Design. Land Area.- 44 km². 
Total Built-up Area.- 5,800 m²
. Golfclub Built-up Area.- 4,100 m²
. Golf Academy Built-up Area.- 1,200 m². Comfort Stations Built-up Area.- 500 m².

Chad Oppenheim Oppenheim Architecture

Oppenheim Architecture is an award winning architecture, planning, and interior design firm specializing in hospitality, commercial mixed-use, retail and residential buildings worldwide. With over 70 firm distinctions, including over 45 AIA Awards, the firm’s work is built on both  evocative and economic design solutions that all serve to enhance life.

With projects spanning over 25 countries, the firm designs with sensitivity toward man and nature – harmonizing with the surroundings of each context. Oppenheim Architecture is headquartered in Miami and has offices in New York and Basel, Switzerland.

Chad Oppenheim is a Miami-based architect. A graduate of Cornell University and a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects, Oppenheim has lectured widely and has taught at several architecture schools, including Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design. In 1999, he founded Oppenheim Architecture (Miami, Basel, New York). Oppenheim Architecture has received more than seventy industry awards and distinctions, including the Silver Medal for Design, the highest distinction bestowed by the Miami Chapter of the American Institute of Architects, and the Cooper Hewitt 2018 National Design Award. The firm’s work has been featured in numerous publications, including the New York Times and Architectural Record. Andrea Gollin is an editor, publishing consultant, and writer. She has edited dozens of books and exhibitions catalogues, including Robert Winthrop Chanler: Discovering the Fantastic (The Monacelli Press). She is a graduate of Princeton University and received an MFA from the writing program at University of Virginia. Her journalism, book reviews, and fiction have been widely published in outlets including the Washington Post, Newsday, Salon, Miami Herald, and Entertainment Weekly.



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