The project aims to integrate luxury hotel needs with observance of traditional architectural features and morphological urban fabrics.
The location of the Project site is close to Ad-Diriyah area, an area with architectural heritage content; therefore, the construction of the Heritage Hotel takes into account the rehabilitation of the old district’s mud buildings and their modernization.
The resort complex layout is articulated in 19 cluster buildings and it is developed in 2 floors above and 1 basement, where the parking area is located.
Buildings (1, 2, 3, 4, 5) are built with structural frame in reinforced concrete, masonry non-bearing walls, partitions and floors in lightweight concrete slab. In the other hand buildings A, B, C, D, E, F, 12, 13 and 15 are built with masonry structural frame, masonry non-bearing walls and partitions and floors in reinforced concrete slab and hollow tiles.
Buildings: 14, SG, SH, SI and SJ are pre-existent and partially reconstructed in cob bearing and non-bearing walls (ADOBE) with wood floors and roofs.
The entire complex is aiming to create a property to mimic the historical look and feel of the Saudi traditional mud buildings.