This paper explains the incident of Gardens’ City in the Egyptian situated or toward the west desert accompanying focus on allure’ main and industrialized zones as a answer for growth needs and to overcome the coming challenges. Urban incident has unfortunately influenced to material depravity private underdeveloped countries. Egypt, that is historically significant as a center of the productivity and organic difference, supplies a beneficial record of what happened because it displays many of the determinants that demonstrate the pressures betwixt city growth and environmental policy timetables. Due to accelerated machine control and city growth, Egypt resumes to aggressively loss allure residence and biodiversity from1950 to the that unavoidably leads to referring to practices or policies that do not negatively affect the environment problems and tiredness of raw materials. Gardens’ City is a new city in recently found extent in the Egyptian westward desert, that is rich to be grown. It display or take public new Farafra Oasis. The ground has various potential facets for tenable development; it has land and industrialized business-related bases. The city hall’s field is created to be about 5% of the city’s region. The extent of the area needing new industry is about 22% of city field. This paper refers to the incident of the city accompanying a focus on the principal and the technical zones. The city hall has the important administrative and marketing services. The area needing new industry involves two together modern departments and main industrial instruction, preparation, and administrative duties. Renewable energy will perform in a difference of ways. This city will be the first in a sequence of development event in Egypt.

Author(s) Details:

S. Abouelfadl,
Architectural Department, College of Engineering, Asyut University, Asyut, Egypt.

K. Ouda,
Department of Geology, College of Science, Asyut University, Asyut, Egypt.

A. Atia,
Architect, Asyut, Egypt.

N. Al-Amir,
Architect, Asyut, Egypt.

M. Ali,
Architect, Asyut, Egypt.

S. Mahmoud,
Architect, Asyut, Egypt.

H. Said,
Architect, Asyut, Egypt.

A. Ahmed,
Architect, Asyut, Egypt.

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Keywords: Gardens’ city, New Farafra, city centre, industrial area, Egyptian desert