Location: Hasa – KSA
Client: King Faisal University – KFU
Plot Size: 2,400 sq.m
Built-Up Area: 8294 sq.m
Construction Cost: 50 million USD
Starting Date: March 2015
Completion Date: May 2015
Services Provided: Architectural Design
Market Sectors: Cultural


Spatial and informational extension of the female student library outside the physical boundaries and the integration of the functional and the aesthetic criteria to produce a vivid and sophisticated building with cultural References is the main motive in this design.
Library building is located in the campus of King Faisal University, which is a well-founded scientific edifice in many fields of science and education, where the library is aimed to serve (10,000 female students in the future), making it an urban and visual reference.
The Iconic design with a heritage flavour derived from local and Islamic architecture consists of a five-story, which distribute functions horizontally and vertically, and within the hierarchy concept of public and private zones.
The library adopted sustainability and LEED principles to provide the most suitable environment and the appropriate climate to the reading and educational process