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In our March issue, we’ve focused on both new build and renovated residential projects with stand-out landscape design. Our cover story is by NGS Architects, the team behind a garden villa project in Dubai Hills Estate. Their brief was to create more space within a modern minimalistic style. See page 14 to see the surprising results.
Another residential project worth mentioning is the property known as ‘the Ray White Residence’ located between the Jordanian capital Amman and the hillside town of Salt. Landscape architectural firm, MK Associates worked on the sustainable landscape design and construction and said the name of the property is a reflection of the project's design philosophy and its emphasis on natural light and white materials. See page 28 for more details.
It's also been a busy month for announcements of mega-projects in the region, including Saudi Arabia’s Murabba project, expected to be the world’s largest modern downtown area when it’s completed in Riyadh in 2030. At its center will be a new landmark tower the “Mukaab”, standing 400m high and taking inspiration from modern Najdi architectural style. The new downtown area is expected to have sustainability as its core theme, and hence feature a number of green areas, including walking and cycling paths.
In Dubai, Expo City bosses announced their vision for the legacy expo site with two major residential developments, Expo Valley and Expo Central Mangroves, both projects are said to promote a cleaner, greener, nature inspired way of life for residents when it opens in 2026. Expo Valley will feature villas and town houses and have a ‘Green Spine’ running throughout the development, which includes dedicated car-free zones and native animals such as Gazelles running free. Read more on page 6
We also have projects from Miami, Uruguay and Istanbul featured in our March issue.


Landscape Middle East Magazine Description:

PublisherMEMEDIA Publishing




Landscape Magazine is the first specialized monthly publication targeting the landscaping industry in the Middle East.It is distributed to 5,500 professionals in the UAE, KSA, Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Jordan, Egypt, and others.The list includes government agencies, developers, contractors, traders, consultants, landscape architects, and others in this field.

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