The land on which we operate has an area of 609.79 hectares for development: 5425 housing units, golf course, tennis club, marina, medina, hotels, clinics, etc.. For a total of 1.440.000 M² of construction.
The creation of a planning project requires a certain amount of idealism and also adaptation to the environment to benefit from its properties.
The uniqueness of the place promotes the formation of a lifestyle where relaxation can be toggled with multiple activities. This project aims to create a self-sufficient city that due to its magnitude will conformed to the moment’s needs and where the variety of uses will make this city a landmark project for the area.
URBAN PLANNING ARCHITECTS VISION IN MOROCCO:
The City of Welfare is a project for a mixed urban complex in Morocco on an area of over 600 hectares. The project program proposes a wide range of uses: such as housing, golf course, sports areas with courts, a clinic and some more equipment. The complexity of the project is high and the arrangement of the different uses in the plane is essential to run this network of different activities. In Addition, the area of action is on the coast and the approach must exploit this virtue, since it has direct access to the beach.
These planners’ architects of Marbella place the golf field in the center of the plane, acting as the backbone of the project. Other uses are situated around the green. The proposed more than 5000 dwellings are established as small towns scattered to avoid high occupation density. The routes that connect with other spaces are well studied, minimizing the distances and making the connections fluid and natural.
The architects have set the housing so that the topography of the land allows each of it has views towards the sea with no other houses in the way. For that they are staggered and have played with the slopes of the plots.
These planners, architects have a great domain in developing projects of this kind due to the experience of having worked i diverse countries as Morocco, Nigeria, Mexico, Angola and Spain.