SDW's designs for High Rise Buildings span three continents and over 15 cities. New York City,
Beirut, Dubai, Doha, Manama, Abu Dhabi, Istanbul, and Baku are a few of the urban fabrics where Omar's designs have
been developed. Our vision at SDW is to develop unique designs that reflect visual performance both visually and technically.
We are constantly developing concepts to our clients based using state of the art digital methods of delivery.
We begin with schematics and programmatic analysis based on zoning regulations. Once we have
identified the Total Built Up Ratio, we begin to establish a series of Urban Simulations with approach, circulation and open
space. Sky High is about Visual Motion, Kinetic Lights, facade Reflections, Passion for Height and Dreams
of Vertical Suspension.
Once we have identifiedd the Foot Print, we begin building our models digitally by providing our
clients with findings and analysis of Skin (Curtain Walling and Cladding) and delineation of Elevations and Floor Plans.
At SDW, we are confident that each High Rise Building reflects not only our vision but a contribution
to open space architecture that inhibits value added architecture to urban landscape. Omar truly advocated his passion to
high rise buildings by providing his clients with multiple simulations for the same site and a comprehensive analysis of site
economics, end user needs and circulation.
SDW also designs architectural retrofitting of existing buildings with emphasis on re-skinning the
facade by allowing for Photo Voltaic panels and Wind Turbines to be applied in building set backs and facades. We are
confident that with proper technological advancements and applications in renewable energy.
Our future building designs will become energy independent in any environment there is. We identify landscape as part and parcel of our facades and interior space yet we realize
site economics are equally as important. We define urban streets as both suspended vertically and extended horizontally.
SDW is powered by aesthetics, details, respect to the past and a poetic outlook to the future of cities and Sky