The Dr. Soliman Fakeeh Hospital has commissioned Al Jazeera Pivotal and KMD architects to design new hospital and trauma centre, which is located in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. The facility will comprise 15 floors over one basement level and currently has a total floor area of 60,000m². The landscape design aims to create an environment that will meet the requirements of a modern city hospital and is designed to match the high standards of the built architecture. The site landscape scheme on the ground floor will create an aesthetic setting for the building to complement its architectural style, form and design concept. The aim is to project a high quality and contemporary image of the development. Within the scheme there are 3 roof garden spaces with a large garden on the 7th floor and 2 smaller gardens on the 12th floor. The landscape design for these gardens aims to create spaces for relaxation and peace. The atmosphere is that of a lush garden oasis with the sound of water and dense lush planting. The gardens will provide spaces for individuals, small groups and families to relax, with the option of a number of different environments. The design is meticulously planned to accommodate a large number of users in the space without compromising on seclusion and privacy.