The concept takes advantage of the huge possibilities that the site location offers. It is one of the best places in town and gives an extraordinary possibility to develop a first-class world architectural scheme. Because of the location, the proposal has the advantage to be the one which overlooks the whole city. At the same time it would be seen from everywhere. It would somehow be like the "acropolis" of the city, the idea of the city that observes and is seen from everyone.

Our society is built upon the richness of human diversity. This richness includes different cultures, different religions, nationalities and races, and of course, different people. The more we reflect all aspects of our society, the more beauty and richness we can acquire. Architecture as a process of human mind is following many cultural aspects of our society and many times it remains confined in the intellectual boundaries of different nations.



In the culture of the middle east countries the Peacock is representative of glory, immortality and incorruptibility. It is a possessor of some of the most admired human characteristics, and is a symbol of integrity and beauty.

In Babylonia and Persia the peacock is seen as a guardian of royalty.



Middle Eastern culture is full of stories about caravans crossing the desert. The proposal is homage to this audacity, bringing the image of the caravan to the city, a camel that comes to an oasis to drink water. The tower aims to capture the essence of this journey through the desert, the will of the pioneers to explore the unknown land and the joy in an adventure in the nature.




Like a big flower, a round shape, corroded little by little through a precise gesture, embraces all the diverse elements of the composition.  This reference is an opportunity to research the essence of the theater and the activity inside it. That activity has the fragrance of a flower and the intensity of a sunset. In fact the sun and  the nature give us every day a repeated, but unexpected spectacle, and yet the willingness to be permeated by the unexpected often reveals new keys to the comprehension of reality.



The building is connected to the ground of the campus as a shell of a turtle, with an irregular basis. In this way, fits the plans of the campus, standing on the pedestrian path and stop people under the shell, extending their role to covering element of the public square-entrance of the building.