Sulaimaniah Guidelines

    landscape design Sulaimaniah Guidelines, Jeddah, KSA

    Generous shaded streets with wide footpaths and high-quality street furniture provide attractive green connectors between the districts of Darb Al Haramain, its destinations and amenities, parks and plazas, creating walkable neighbourhoods that foster social connection & a sense of community.  

    The design encourages slower vehicular traffic and travel on foot or by bicycle. The positioning of the metro station at the heart of the development allows ease of access to the public transit system.


    Ensuring communication of the design intent and a cohesive experience for residents & the working community, these landscape guidelines set out public realm parameters for individual developers to work within, over a phased period of time.

    International Medical Centre

    This tertiary care hospital adopts the ‘healing by design’ concept whereby natural light and gardens are incorporated into the design promoting a sense of well-being and calm for patients and visitors alike.

    Micromobility is enhanced via the interconnected plan with walkable routes between therapeutic gardens and meditation areas, outdoor learning and reading facilities and enclosed meeting spaces. A series of treed boulevards reaches out into the wider hospital masterplan. 


    Balance in the landscape brings a feeling of stability. Considered form and texture contribute to a mood-lifting softness whilst carefully sited focal planting aids wayfinding. Through immersion in nature, patient stress is reduced, creating a healing and soothing environment. 

    Kingdom Tower

    This tower is planned to be the first 1km high building in the world and will be the landmark centrepiece of the new Jeddah Economic District.

    Set in an appropriately scaled public realm featuring a dramatic fountain display in an extensive reflecting lake, and boulevards that radiate out to the city, the tower and its environs will be a contemporary reflection on Jeddah’s culture and heritage.

    Red Sea Village

    A mixed use community waterfront development taking design inspiration from the ocean fringe.

    Seven neighbourhood districts with varying land uses include mixed-use, commercial, hospitality and residential zones. The public open space includes waterfront plazas and beaches as well as vibrant active streetscapes.


    Landscape design vocabulary draws from the patterns and bursts of sea life colours, coral textures and the refraction of light on the sea bed.

    Jeddah Economic City

    Creating landmark districts with unique character in a world class development. Set to become a star attraction for business and tourism, Jeddah Economic City will include residential, hospitality, civic and entertainment facilities.

    Jeddah Tower will be its centrepiece and the world’s tallest building once completed, with a setting that creates the ultimate vibrant urban entertainment and mixed use district.