For Bedouin poets, the desert is not an arena of war but a place of community. It isn't not a site of alienation and exile, but a location for self-fulfillment and meditation. They don't see it as a devoid of nature but consider it full of life. The desert in its presence or absence is power, a nomad source of power that's always shifting and changing forms.
My intention is to create architecture, landmarks that people can relate to in the massive scale of the desert. Where the desert is again a place that allows new life possibilities and a destination for protection and shelter like the Bedouins have always considered it. I'm inspired by the dunes’ pattern and how it poetically creates a dialogue between each grain of sand. The way sand grains sit to shape a fascinating body of sculpted compositions that is nicely viewed is also very inspiring. I looked into transforming this lyrical natural scene into a spatial and rhythmical experience. During the process of experimentation, one would discover that the potential found in the grain of sand are beyond one’s expectation.
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