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Hani Hassan Architects | Palestine Guest House

Concept & Competition Hani Hassan Architects | Palestine Guest House

For many years, palestine has struggled to emerge socially and politically as a nation that has shown to have an ancient culture, which began 4500 years ago with the appearance of the first Arab Canaanite tribes. Its location in the heart of the Middle East turned it ‘in the meeting place of many cultures and civilizations, in spite of the domain of many great civilizations, the Arab-Islamic culture and civilization was the most influential in their destination. today the people of Palestine emerges as one of the most culturally rich towns and villages and between the ancient traditions in the Middle East.

Hani Hassan Architects | Palestine Guest HouseToday and as part of it’s policy to build the institutions of the future Palestinian state, the government has commissioned the architect to design the Palestine guest house to host the distinguished dignitaries of the country, to enjoy the hospitality of this ancient nation.

Hani Hassan Architects | Palestine Guest HouseThe design took into account the social and cultural conditions of the country and was inspired “in the Islamic architecture of the Mamluk era thriving ‘in Syria and Egypt, which was distinguish by its harmony, balance and superb delicacy, introducing modern architectural lines facing the future of the region.

Hani Hassan Architects | Palestine Guest HousePalestine Guest House with its imblematica architecture, aims to unite the past roots and with the future, triggering the desire for peace among nations.

Location: Ramallah, Palestinian Territory Occupied
Architect: Hani Hassan Architects
WAF: Entry2011
Facilities:
14 VIP Suites
2 Presidentail Suites
Great Salon and Dining
Library
GYM and Swimming Pool
Refuge
Services & Support Areas
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