k house
aleppo, syrian arab republic

In a dense suburban environment, this house follows the local typology: pure and geometrical spaces articulated around a central patio. In our cruciform plan the central space becomes the heart of the building, generating cross ventilation and saving on air-conditioning, heating, and energy in general. The residence is independently enclosed and has its own private landscaped garden, a small eden away from the activities of the city. 


architecture: nabil gholam architects
structural design: Bureau d’Etudes Rodolphe Mattar
electrical design: Georges Salloum
mechanical design: Joseph Abi Harb
interior design: Maus Haus
3D images: nabil gholam architect