Daw'an Mud Brick Architecture Foundation
مؤسسة دوعن للعمارة الطينية
Shaykh Ya‘qub Dome
Date: 2019 - 2020   |   Location: Al Mukallah, Hadramut
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Shaykh Ya‘qub Dome
Historical landmark
Location: Al Mukallah, Hadramut
Historical period: CE 1158-9 / AH 553  
Total Destruction
An ancient dome where Shaykh Ya‘qub binYusuf bin Ali was buried. The largest and oldest cemetery was built beside it in Mukalla CE 1745-6/ AH 1158.
Source: List of targeted historic landmarks and archeological sites in Yemen, issued by GOAM 2016-2018.

The project 'Postwar Reconstruction in Yemen' was implemented by Daw‘an Mud Brick Architecture Foundation in partnership with the Cultural Emergency Response Network of the Prince Claus Fund in the Netherlands and the Office of the Governor of Hadramut.
The project was funded by the British Council's Cultural Protection Fund in partnership with the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport. 

Implementation team
Chief Architect & Advisor: Dr Salma Samar Damluji
Civil Engineer: Dr Abdullah BaGhumyan
Architect: Ali Ba Saad
Site Architect: Abdul Rahman BaBaqi
Project Coordinator: Mira Kfoury
General Site Assistant: Shaikh Al-Habshy
Master Builder Consultant: Mubarak BaHuraysh
Master Builder: Ahmad BaSabih
Training Pogramme, Drone photography and Logisitics: Ousama Baghumyan
Architect intern: Fatmah Hazza
Photographer: Rashid Bin Shibraq

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