ZK residence is shared by 3 generations of a Jordanian family. Built incrementally since the 90s, its facade did not meet the resident’s expectations. Siryali was responsible for redesigning the existing architecture and a major extension into the plot of land bought at the back of the house.
To cut down on cost, the existing front façade was to be treated but not entirely demolished. Both side facades were preserved. Our approach to this project was to play on the co-existence between the new and the old. The design in the old section veered to neo-classism, while the extension played up the natural modern notes of the building.