AGi architects, the international design firm led by Joaquín Pérez-Goicoechea MArch ’02 and Nasser B. Abulhasan MArch ’02/DDes ’07, completed Wafra Living in Kuwait. This residential project proposes an innovative housing organization, a new type of multi-family living as a social response to housing needs in the country. The complex combines at different levels domestic and collective scales that are both private and public. It is composed of 16 types of living typologies distributed across five cores to cater to a variety of tenants. Wafra Living is socially driven, environmentally responsive, and behavior-conscious. This development has set an example of how to approach urban issues and redefining areas; thereby becoming a catalyst for the city’s future growth.

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