In 2018, while researching the new Rough Guide to Jordan, Baraka’s boss Muna Haddad put me up at a rural property they’re developing.
The house is gorgeous—Khammash is known for his paintings—but the soundscape blew me away.
Of course, it was deliberate: Khammash is known for using acoustics in his architecture—he’d built this house to appeal to every human sense.
The next day, I told Muna she had to get a sound engineer to mic the house and do a podcast or something.
Matthew: I’d been following Ryan on Twitter for a while, since his astonishing piece from Zimbabwe about going on safari as a blind person.

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