Al Nayan Park - E25


Contract Title: Design and Supervision Consultancy Services for E25 Streetscape, (GHADAN 21)
Client: Lead Consultancy Services Contract No. G21/CR/079/2019
Location: Abu Dhabi, UAE
Year: 2019

Area: 7,600 m²
Expertise: Landscape Architecture, Urban Infrastructure, Climate & Sustainability
Services: Concept Design, Schematic Design, Detail Design, Tender Documentation, Construction Management and Supervision,



  • Landscape & Garden Design
  • Furniture Design
  • Playgrounds & Sports Areas
  • Water Feature & Pool Design
  • Bicycle Tracks
  • Irrigation Design
  • Landscape Lighting
  • Signage & Wayfinding


  • Power Distribution and Lighting
  • Plumbing Systems & Wet Utilities
  • Infrastructure Structural Engineering
  • Stormwater Management & Drainage Systems


  • Sustainability Strategy and Planning


Envisioned to enrich lives, Al Nayhan Park in Abu Dhabi represents a successful fusion of social, environmental, and spatial design. It’s more than just a park—it’s a social hub, a learning ground, a sustainable oasis, and an inclusive playground that offers enriching experiences for all age groups, abilities and backgrounds. This project reimagines the potential of urban public spaces, demonstrating how thoughtful design can turn vacant city lots into vibrant community assets, improving the quality of life for everyone who visits.

The park is crafted to inspire creativity and versatility, encouraging users of all age groups to explore boundless possibilities, limited only by their imaginations. It encompasses a variety of defined and undefined play zones, promoting a wide spectrum of physical activities, which are thoughtfully interspersed with uniquely styled rest areas for socializing or relaxing – offering something for everyone.

The park emerges as a vibrant green oasis in the heart of Abu Dhabi’s built environment. Its design thoughtfully considers the city’s hot climate, leveraging the use of “cool” materials and leafy canopies to provide comforting shade. Innovative structures, coupled with moving fabrics stirred by the wind, and shallow water positively impact the microclimate.