The project works to spread awareness among people about new and healthy farming methods
and make people live a rural and agricultural life with all its activities in the place to restore the heritage and civilization of living in ancient Egypt.
The concept is applied through:
- Using sustainable materials.
- Making activities to have an agritourism experience.
- Applying the countryside mood in a luxurious way.
- Making the guests to connect with environment.
- Merge Interior and Exterior with the place environment
- Reflect Culture aspects of Al-Fayoum in the project
- Applied Al-Fayoum traditions in the design ( Handcrafts - Texture - colors - Forms – Shapes Domes – Arches )
- Achieve Sustainability ( Local Workers - Local Materials ( Stones – Red Bricks Bearing walls ) - Efficient and clean energy - Water Recycling.
• Studying the design requirements and activities that could support the agritourism.
• Investigating Egypt countryside conditions regarding the building environment (location – atmosphere – economics - agriculture).
• Studying the user preference regarding agritourism.
• Analyzing the role of interior in creating agriculture tourism environment for tourists.
• The importance of agritourism for capitalizing local resources in rural areas.
3.9 By 2030, substantially reduce the number of deaths and illnesses from hazardous chemicals and air, water and soil pollution.
11.a Support positive economic, social and environmental links between urban, per-urban and rural areas by strengthening national and regional development planning Indicators.
The structure of the building is based on bricks. The majority of interior decorations are produced from locally sourced materials that may be found in Al Fayoum; some decorations are made of wood and wicker to demonstrate their durability and cultural resemblance. The project includes plans and cross-sections with technical details.
Designed by: Sohila Alaa Hassan Ibrahim Alsaqa
Supervised by: Professor Dr. Rasha El Zeiny, Professor Dr. Hoda Madkour, Professor Dr. Dalia Ezzat, Professor Dr. Ola Hashem, Professor Dr. Ahmed Abdelhalim, and Lecturer Assistant Hend Alansary