Architecture & Urban Planning

“Designing and Building in Harmony with Nature”


SETS  Architecture and Planning Department  is thoroughly involved in the development of large scale architecture projects, through the different phases from conceptual design, to tender documents. We put great consideration in enhancing the caliber of our staff, together with our management strategies, to ensure a high quality end product, meeting client expectations.

We are constantly expanding our expertise in various fields ranging from hospitality, governmental, educational, and mixed use, to hospitals and healthcare facilities, while staying updated with the new technologies.

A major aspect we account for in our design considerations is Sustainable Design. Environmental requirements greatly influence our design decisions aiming at a green future hence contributing to a healthy planet.

were are involved in, we contribute to and we successfully lead from inception, planning to completion projects of various nature and complexities in the following sectors:

  • Educational facilities for medical research and education
  • Health care facilities in urban, suburban and rural settings
  • Research centers including soft and hard testing labs
  • Industrial facilities
  • Hospitality
  • Resorts
  • Palaces design
  • Residential
  • Corporate
  • Governmental
  • Mixed Use

SETS experts are committed to proactive involvement and industry research through continuous training, exposure to new trend services as “Proving Grounds” to test new ideas and concepts in architecture. SETS experts adopt the integrated approach of planning and partner with clients to integrate their strategic planning with operational modalities, facilities and technology planning to achieve sustainable integrated design solutions.

SETS  is a registered A/E member of the US Green Building Council (USGBC), one of the leading international institutions that established a common standard of measurement for design, construction, and operation of high performance buildings.