MEDINAH UNIVERSITY campus, S.A. The space between buildings is articulated to a network of plazas, gardens, and walkways, serving the needs for meeting, moving and ceremonies of the university community.  Walkways, water features, and planting create focal points, making movement interesting and pleasant. Water and plants reduce heat gain, contributing to a more affordable microclimate.  The overall design follows the great tradition of Islamic architecture, introducing linear vistas enclosed gardens and geometric decorative patterns.

g. vanis | architecture, landscape architecture & planning