Angawi House Detail

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One of the most well-known private homes in Jeddah belongs to architect Sami Angawi, whose home is a masterpiece of Middle Eastern architecture styles, patterns, and designs. Angawi does provide tours of his home, which features a gorgeous indoor swimming pool whose tiles look like a beautiful Persian carpet, stained glass windows, a roof top porch, and interesting architectural wooden details. To see more photos and learn more about Angawi House, see my previous post about it.

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American woman now living in hubby's homeland of Saudi Arabia
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8 Responses to Angawi House Detail

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  2. Chiara says:

    What a wonderful home, and nice to give a tour! Thanks for the photo and the insight into Jeddan architecture!

  3. Bill B says:

    The pool really is a work of art.

  4. Dimple says:

    Beautiful stained glass. The pictures on the other post were also lovely.

  5. I’d like to RSVP for my VIP house tour reservation! Please give him my regards!

  6. Geogypsy says:

    The tile in the pool idea sort of reminds me of Hearst Castle in San Simeon. Must be nice to have so much money.

  7. Jacob says:

    I do believe I remember your previous photos of this house…

    When looking at the thumbnail, I thought that might be a Star of David, then thought again, nah….

    Nice photo, Susie!

  8. Gunn White says:

    So pretty!
    (I had a look at the other photos too.)

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