AGi Architects, the firm of Joaquín Pérez-Goicoechea MArch ’02 and Nasser B. Abulhasan MArch ’02, DDes ’07, recently completed Nirvana Home, a 6,000 sqm private residential project in Mesillah, Kuwait. According to the project brief, “inside Nirvana Home, little by little, step by step, the horizon and the sea begin to dominate and the building is marked by a formidable diagonal that displaces matter so as to reach maximum transparency, allowing rooms on different façades to look towards the sea. This strategy generates a string of empty spaces that become three-dimensional courtyards holding gardens at different heights and acting as shared spaces for parents and children.”
The firm also recently launched a new website and corporate image.
Photos by Fernando Guerra. Plan provided.