Jean-Michel Gathy, an internationally renowned French-Belgian architect, has been appointed as the master planner for Amaala Island. It’s one of the ultra-luxury destinations which are taking shape on the north-western coastline of Saudi Arabia.
Gathy, the principal designer of Denniston, said that the development of the island would be an interactive and immersive art-inspired jewel. To transform this island into the diamond of the Red Sea, there will be the art community, including its lifestyle components, landscaping, the museums, and the other art installations.
Many of the different venues will be featured for permanent installations, artistic performances, and temporary exhibitions. The graphic layout of its spine is to be recognized internationally as an iconic landmark, and it will also be distinctive from the air as well.
All the elements have been featured in the project, including the areas, numbers, and facilities. Nothing like this has been planned before, so this is considered as unique.
The island will be tranquil home of the art community, it will be represented as one of the Amaala’s trio of communities, and the Arabic botanical garden will be filled with all the sculptural pieces.
There will be the masterpieces on the island of four key design elements: a Riviera-lifestyle artists’ colony, art and sculpture correlation opportunities, a contemporary art museum and academy, and immersive artistic experiences. The island will house three offerings.
Triple Bay will be offering state-of-the-art diagnostic medical facilities, a fully holistic wellness retreat, and authentic treatments that will feature the local environment. For the fully integrated sports and entertainment community, Triple Bay will be the home.
The defining hub for contemporary art in the Middle East will be set in the Coastal development. It also includes playing host to a dynamic program of the many exciting events, which provides for global arts and cultural calendar.
The island will be the tranquil home for the Arabic botanical garden and an exclusive art community, which will be complemented by the collection of sculptural pieces.