A developer obtained the hotel exploitation concession of an island that is practically a dune. Located in front of Hurghada, it’s still under the military regime. Therefore, it was a temporary concession with no guarantee of continuity, which entailed a few constraints.
Initially, it was the developer’s intention to build a hotel, so he went for a one-night stay beach club arriving by boat. He asked us to design a construction that could be removed without leaving any trace on the island. Hiring labor in Egypt is easy, but transporting large volumes of material to the island was not.