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An Integrated Living

Valle Verde, 2022

 
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The Vision

Inducing

Change

ZDS Architects is an international multi-disciplinary design studio, with a main focus on urban planning, architecture and interior. ZDS Architects is operating in Egypt, Spain, UAE, KSA, Kenya and Tanzania. At ZDS, we view architecture as a confluence of different disciplines. Thus, our approach to design is led by imagining new interdisciplinary worlds, extending beyond the already-known maxims of the built world. Since 2010, ZDS Architects has always had the ability to create genuine work that serves the people and the environment in the most innovative ways, catering to their satisfaction. ZDS projects’ have been outward-looking, engendering meaningful dialogue about what lies inside, outside, between and beyond spaces, valuing the spectacular and the real. 

 

Expertise

Selected

Projects

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Beach Compound

 a beach-front living complex - in collaboration with Whitespace Architects

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Ode to Nature

a resort that speaks to the sea in Sahl Hasheesh, Egypt

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Kenya Offices​

a culturally and contextually responsive design in Kenya

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Rolls-Royce Private Jet

an authentic singular creation

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Business Park

an environmental design for an administrative complex

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Nomad Suite

a portal to a clear state of mind

Royal University

reviving Egypt’s role as a beacon of knowledge, a part of Knowledge City in Badr

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Maison 77

a definition of extravagence

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Swan Boutique

an ultra-luxury house with an artistic flair

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Commercial District

an organic landscape that facilitates social interaction

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Office Building

a sustainable office building in Egypt

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The Archipelago

islands connected by the Red Sea in Hurghada, Egypt

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Valle Verde​

a fully integrated residential community in Egypt