Magnom Properties Supports Vision 2030 Of Saudi Arabia With Sustainable Projects


Magnom Properties, a subsidiary to Saudi Arabia’s Rawabi Holding is demonstrating its commitment to building smarter and greener cities with the announcement that plans are being made to develop a variety of sustainable real estate projects in Saudi Arabia with Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture (AS+GG Architecture) as well as The Carbon Lab, which is based in Chicago, USA.


The latest developments in the retail and commercial sectors will be an example of sustainability best practices, in keeping with Saudi Arabia’s unifying vision for the future.


Magnom Properties will use sustainable and innovative technologies in the design, construction, and operation of its futuristic developments. This is based on its track record of success and high clean energy credentials.


Adrian Smith, a world-class architect who designed the Burj Khalifa in Dubai – the tallest building on the planet – will employ an integrated design approach. This will highlight each project’s relationship to the natural environment and take into account building orientation, daylighting, and generation of solar as well as wind power.

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“Architecture has the unique ability to positively impact society. Our work in the region is an illustrative example of how economic sustainability and environmental sustainability can coexist in urban development. Magnom Properties has given us great pleasure in developing projects throughout Saudi Arabia and the Middle East. Adrian Smith said, “We look forward to seeing our pioneering design concepts enhance the sustainable journey in Saudi Arabia.”

Magnom Properties’ vision for setting new standards in sustainability in all of its ventures is reflected in the high-performance designs. They minimize carbon footprint, manage precious resources and integrate intelligence into the built environment.

Abdulaziz Al Turki is the Group Chairman of Rawabi Holding, as well as Nesma & Partners, and Chairman of Magnom Properties. He stated, “We work under Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030 which requires us to collectively commit to solving future energy and climate problems through a reliance upon clean energy, offset carbon emissions, and reshaping our cities using principles of sustainable architecture.”

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Othman A. Ibrahim is the CEO of Rawabi Holding, Vice Chairman of its Board of Directors, and Vice Chairman of Magnom Properties. He said, “In keeping with our larger goal of transformation in the region through our specialist expertise, we will harness advanced technologies and innovation to create best practice sustainability standards for these projects. Technology will be a major contributor to the adoption of sustainable practices in alignment with the Kingdom’s decarbonization roadmap.”

Maged Marie, CEO of Magnom Properties commented that Magnom Properties is committed to implementing sustainability principles in all its operations. We are proud to have partnered with Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture in realizing our ambitious vision. This is consistent with our philosophy of working with the best minds around the world to create change and positively impact communities.

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