Located in the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Medina of Sousse, the Medina House is a flagship building of the New Medina initiative. Not only it is its headquarters, but also a space for co-living, co-working, and co-building futures.
What used to be a 19th olive mill that was bombed during WWII and been neglected for 3 centuries, lauched in 2016 as one family’s vision for reconnecting a fractured heritage.
The Medina House contains a residency center for global belonging embedded with high quality local experiences, and has been are treat destination for world-leading organizations as well as award winning professionals and change makers.
In addition to the co-living facility, the Medina House is a space for talents to display their work. It has a multi-usage “big room” as we call it, that can be utilized to exhibit the artistic work emerging from the different programs we lead, to gather strategic people and hold round tables to start conversations and raise issues that shape the future, or to host training for local and foreign talents in order to give them the necessary tools to live a better present and build a better future.