The luxury 60-key desert hideaway resort is set in the world’s largest sand sea that holds about half as much sand as the Sahara Desert. The terrain is covered with 250-meter-high reddish-orange sand dunes that are interrupted by white salt flats called ‘sabkhas’.
The project aims to intensify the visitor’s natural desert experience by utilising its surrounding landscape and creating a “constellation of architecture” that is integrated with the land.
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