"Various untitled sketches of plans by Fathy end with a finely drafted version showing twenty square, domed stalls constructed in mud brick surrounding a rectilinear stable yard, with office space, tack rooms and feed areas attached at one side, with their own internal open space. As is consistently the case in Fathy's work, compositional skill and a uniform structural language combine to lift what is usually considered to be a very utilitarian building type to a new, and much higher level of regard." (coustruction not verified)
Steele, James. 1997. An Architecture for People: The Complete Works of Hassan Fathy. London, United Kingdom: Thames and Hudson.