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JCR. 2020; 7(8): 270-273


Marwa Abdou AL-Sobaihi, Nader Y. Azab, Hossameldin H. Elborombaly.

Modern strategic development policies and procedures to coordinate urban growth have resulted in the consolidation of contemporary megastructures in many nations. Thus, in this work, a proposal on the development of utopian megastructure with the sustainability element in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia is presented. Prior to designing the proposed megastructure, 3 case studies were analysed. Based on the case studies analysis, for the current megastructure proposal, the estimated area for development was 46903 m2. In addition, the estimated build area of the proposed megastructure is 24820 m2 and it consisted of several zone which were office tower, hotel and facilities, entertainment facilities, residential department and service department. For this work, three site were proposed as the area of development. Based on the site evaluation analysis, site 1 attained the highest score of 181, compared to site 2 which attained evaluation score of 160 and site 3 attained evaluation score of 161. Thus, site 1, which is located north of Jeddah in AL-Corniche was chosen as the proposed site. The proposed utopian megastructure has been designed with smart features and a sustainability element that will benefit the Jeddah society.

Key words: mega structure, design, building, concept, city, Saudi Arabia

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