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Ahmed Badr Portfolio 2016


CV

Academic Parametric Research Facility Residential Tower Courtyard House Artist in Residence Rietveld Schrรถder House Drawing Matajer Mall Utopian City Al Khan Rehabilitation

Contents Professional Khorfakkan Court Sharjah Airport Interior Design Palm Deira Hotel Baghdad Clinic Sika Facility

Personal Sketches from travels


Ahmed Badr Architect Citizenships

Iraqi, Swedish

E ah.badr@outlook.com T +971 56 674 9875

Experience

Education

Architectural engineer

Bachelor of Architectural Eng. University of Sharjah 2009-2014

Bin Dalmouk Engineering Consultants, Sharjah | 2014 - Present • Designed a court building and a chemical plant, leading the coordination with all the disciplines and the client. • Developed conceptual design proposals for villas, hotels, commercial, and retail projects • Assisted the chief architect in design development • Oversaw submissions to authorities • Managed the communication with clients and third-party companies • Designed the new brand identity of the company • Created a centralized system for the design development team • Supervised interns

• 3.30 GPA • Thesis: Parametric design • President of Sharjah Architectural Students Association | 2011-2013 • Part-time assistant | 2011-2012

Diploma of Engineering Australian College of Kuwait 2008-2009 (Attended) • 3.88 GPA

Junior architect | Public relations manager Omid Rouhani Architectural Design, Dubai | August 2014 • Prepared and submitted approval requests to authorities • Assisted the architects in snagging • Attended pre-qualification meetings with sub-consultants

Interior designer Granada Décor, Dubai | February 2014

High School Diploma in Natural Sciences Tullinge Gymnasium, Sweden 2005-2008 • • • •

Thesis: Study on fractals Participated in the student council Table tennis doubles champion Member of the chess club

• Sketched design proposals and rendered them

Intern Jiangsu Innoview Light Design, Nanjing | June - Sep 2013 • Developed proposals for building lighting and light posts • Coordinated the work of the interns team

Intern Whitespace Architects, Dubai | December 2012 • Assisted the drafting team on a villa project with Autodesk Revit • Built physical models and drew hand renderings

Skills Languages English, Arabic, Swedish Software Revit, ArchiCAD, AutoCAD, Photoshop, InDesign, 3ds Max, Rhino, Grasshopper, SketchUp


PARAMETRIC RESEARCH FACILITY University project - Graduation project Fall 2013 - Spring 2014 Instructor: Traudel Funke


DUBAI

A thesis on parametric design applied primarily to the structural elements of a research facility for building materials. The organic form, which contrasts all my previous rectilinear designs in school, was inspired by Zaha Hadid’s Hayder Aliyev Center in Azerbaijan. The structure was developed parametrically and then moulded with the shell to create the desired shape. The site is located in Dubiotech; a development focused solely on research and development projects. Dubai’s land department was kind enough to recommend this site immediately once I gave them the project requirements.

The project is mainly made up of laboratories and an exhibition area to display the ongoing research. The basement includes parking spaces and service rooms. The ground floor includes the labs and the exhibition, while a cafe and offices overlook the organic interior from the first floor. Visitors enter the building through a small, cave-like opening moulded from the parametric building shell, visualized on the left page. This was made to contrast the spaces that followed.

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Entrance Upon entering the narrow opening, visitors are immediately rewarded with a grand view of the project. The organic interior unfolds with a slit that reveals the structural frame and guides the visitors across the building, through the open staircase that complements the shell openings and down to the exhibition area. A curtain wall separates the laboratory areas from the exhibition and allows the research work to be displayed to the public. Resin flooring was chosen for the whole area for its durability, with different colours indicating the various areas.

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First floor The open staircase, with its wooden treads and white aluminum powder coated railings leads up to a cafe under the shade that overlooks the exhibition below. The shell opening is designed to prevent direct sunlight from reaching the seating area of the cafe. Further up is the office which is also laid in wooden flooring, receiving its indirect sunlight also from the shell openings.


Basement

Ground floor

First floor

Ground connection

Roof connection

Hydrophobic GRP Steel space frame Hydrophobic glass Rubber sealant

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Shell Shell openings Glass reinforced plastic 162 x 162 x 10 cm

Space frame Module 162 x 162 x 10 cm

First floor Offices WC Break room Meeting room

Ground floor Back entrance Laboratories CafĂŠ Curtain wall Exhibition area

Basement Columns 50 x 50 cm Parking spaces (110) Service rooms


Formula

Steps

Deformity

Alternatives

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Length &Width

L = 20 W = 20

L = 35 W = 47

L = 50 W = 80

H=0

H = 27

H = 50

U&V = 7

U&V = 20

U&V = 40

D=0

D = 2.5

D=5

Height

Density

Depth


RESIDENTIAL TOWER University project - Design 3 Studio Spring 2012 Instructor: Graham McKay

A high-rise tower on Sheikh Zayed road in Dubai. The upper half consists of two-bedroom apartments while the lower half consists of one-bedroom apartments and studios. The project requirements were to maximize the apartment areas while minimizing the circulation, this resulted in a minimal plan that is symmetric around two axes. With the structure being a combination of shear walls and concrete. The design simplicity is further reflected on the fully glazed exterior with sandblasted glass panels along the crown, matching the neighbouring minimal Rolex Tower.


2-Bedroom floors

Studio and 1-Bedroom floors

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COURTYARD HOUSE

University project - Design 1 Studio Spring 2011 Instructor: Dr. Akeel Noori

A faculty house designed for the University of Sharjah. The spaces are designed based on sunlight, wind direction, minimal circulation, and golden proportions. Sustainability was also considered by including openings on each end of the building to allow natural ventilation and by creating a pitched roof covered in solar tiles.


ARTIST IN RESIDENCE

University project - Design 1 Studio Spring 2011 Instructor: Dr. Akeel Noori

An ensemble project on Sharjah beach that includes an exhibition hall, a workshop, and a residence for visiting artists. The Piazza San Marco in Italy served as inspiration to create an experience where the sea view is framed by the building elements, with the circulation being designed to take the visitor go through the whole building in one path.

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RIETVELD SCHRÖDER HOUSE DRAWING

University project - Drawing 2 Studio Summer 2012 Instructor: Graham McKay

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MATAJER MALL University project - Design 4 Studio Fall 2012 Instructor: Mariam Hassan Collaboration: Kamal Barakeh, Mohammed Najeeb

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A redesign of a mall next to the University of Sharjah. The existing design was analysed with its shortcomings, followed by research to improve the overall experience while keeping the original design identity. The redesign introduces a traditional ‘Souq’ atmosphere and sustainability through shading devices and a green roof.


UTOPIAN CITY University project - Urban planning studio Spring 2013 Instructor: Usha Rani Collaboration: Ali Al-Basrawi Mohammed Ideisan Sultan Al Shihhi

This experimental project aimed at designing the master plan of an utopian city from scratch, with the case study being the master plan of Dubai itself. The resulting design took additional inspiration from the city of Stockholm and its archipelago. The building types were spread across the city to prevent traffic, and height restrictions were also set to allow for unobstructed views.


Road network

Residential

Heritage

Workplaces

Commercial

Industrial

Governmental

Landscape

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AL KHAN REHABILITATION

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University project - Design 5 Studio Spring 2013 Instructor: Mariam Hassan Collaboration: Mohammed Ideisan

Al Khan is a coastal historical area in Sharjah that held a significance to the city as a hub for pearlers. That is until the rapid development of the country happened and the area was neglected, leaving only a few ruins behind. The project aims to rehabilitate the area by creating cultural, educational, and commercial zones that follow the old settlement in both shape and layout.


Rehabilitation plan

Educational Leisure

Residential

Restaurants

Cultural Marina

1950

2013

Hospital ty sector Community center Guest houses Hotels


KHORFAKKAN COURT Professional work at Bin Dalmouk | 2015 Role: Lead designer and project coordinator Status: Under construction

A court building designed for The UAE’s Ministry of Justice. The 8,900 m2 building is located on a 18,000 m2 plot in the city of Khorfakkan, where the ministry’s current court building is too small for their needs. The proposed building’s stepped shape resembles the mountain behind it and the stability of the justice system. And the overall design follows the architectural language of local governmental buildings, with the facade being painted in stone paint and covered with pre-cast concrete panels, which in turn are ornamented with Islamic patterns. The design also adds elements from classical architecture in the entrance through the proportions of the column bases, crowns, and the entablature.


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HANDRAIL (A) 105cms HIGH WHITE OAK WOOD HANDRAIL WITH S.S. POSTS AND GLASS PANELS AS PER DETAILS AND APPD: SPECIFICATIONS (TYPICAL)

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FINISHED 1F LEV + 641cm 01

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DESXRIPTIONS

P.O. BOX NO. 1828 TEL. 2125555 FAX 2125544 DUBAI TEL. 6560606 FAX 6260026 ABU DHABI

LEV + 879 cm

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CLIENT:

MINISTRY OF JUSTICE

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P.O. BOX NO: 260 TEL. 02 6814000 FAX 02 6810680 ABU DHABI BUHAIRAH CORNICHE AL BATHA TOWER 11TH FLOOR P.O. BOX 252 SHARJAH, U.A.E. T +971 6 5744 111 F +971 6 5744 222 www.bindalmouk.ae

10X10mm.CONTINUOUS GROOVE

SAND CEMENT MORTAR

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PLOT NO.:

LEV + 403 cm

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PLOTS 13-15, AL JARADIYA, KHORFAKKAN, UAE

DRG. TITLE:

STAIRCASE DETAIL #1

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APPROVED BY:

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CHECKED BY:

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DESIGNED BY:

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MINISTRY OF INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT DESIGN DEPARTMENT DUBAI - U.A.E.

CERAMIC SKIRTING

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AHMED BADR

DRAWN BY:

ATHAR

JOB NO.

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21/860/2016 SCALE

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FOR TENDER

REVISIONS : FOR CONSTRUCTION

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GRC CLAUSTRA FACING WITH ISLAMIC PATTERN

P.O. BOX NO. 1828 TEL. 2125555 FAX 2125544 DUBAI TEL. 6560606 FAX 6260026 ABU DHABI CLIENT:


KHORFAKKAN


Original proposal This was the original design proposal for the court. It was inspired by classical architecture where the entrance element’s proportions were based on the rules outlined in Marcus Vitruvius’ De Architectura. The detailed entrance is contrasted with a white marble surface that floats above a curtain wall. Upon entering through the narrow colonnade, a wide lobby connecting all the floors opens up to the visitor, with curtain walls on each end creating a continuity of light through the long lobby. A skylight in the middle of the lobby visually separates the court building from the prosecution department, while also locating the service facilities such as the public toilets and prayer rooms.


View from entrance

Ground floor

First floor

Longitudinal section

Southern elevation Level 5 12.00

Second floor 8.00

First floor 4.00

Ground floor 0.00 Basement -3.00

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SHARJAH AIRPORT EXTENSION Professional work at Bin Dalmouk | 2015 Design proposal for a competition

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An extension and renovation for Sharjah Airport, which is the same employer I had worked for three years earlier during a summer job. The airport management required an extension of the eastern wing in addition to a redesign of the central public toilet areas on the first floor. Our extension design proposal followed the existing plan in terms of structure and openness. The toilet redesign proposed the demolition of the existing partitions, replacing them with a design that resulted in a greater number of toilets, room for additional facilities, and a more fluid circulation for passengers.

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Toilets - Existing layout

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Toilets - Redesign proposal


East wing extension - Ground floor

East wing extension - First floor

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INTERIOR DESIGN

Professional work at Granada DĂŠcor | 2014

My responsibility at this interior design company were to develop design proposals with the chief designer through sketching sessions. Where I would then develop the sketches to renders in 3ds Max & V-Ray until the owner was satisfied with the result. Sketching was a vital part of the process as it resulted in relatively faster workflow. 40


PALM DEIRA HOTEL Professional work at Bin Dalmouk | 2016 Role: Concept design Status: Design development

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My task for this luxury hotel project was to propose an external design to the existing plan, where all the hotel rooms required a view towards the sea. The design proposal consists of concrete surfaces painted in white, combined with azure and tiffany blue tinted glass, in addition to powder coated aluminum shading elements.


BAGHDAD CLINIC Professional work at Bin Dalmouk | 2016 Role: Architect Status: Design development

Located in my hometown of Baghdad, this three-storey clinic was designed with an inspiration from the works of the Iraqi architect Mohamed Makkya. The design uses different types of bricks to create a brown color scheme, with the architectural language generously using repetitive elements. 43


PLOT

Compound wall (2.50m high)

Sand fill with curbstone edge (1m from c.wall)

150.00 67.60

14.00

36.00

1.20

5.00

5.00 14.20

Plot limit

6.20

1.20

26.20

6.20

Plot limit

+ 0.30

+ 0.30

+ 0.30

+ 0.30

8.00

+ 0.30

Interlock concrete paving

5.80

Sand fill with curbstone edge (1m from c.wall)

SHEETS A-3XX

3.00 3.00 3.00

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Interlock concrete paving

SHEETS A-4XX

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Landscape (Ghaf trees)

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RCC roof

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Screening blockwork wall (2.2m high)

56.40

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Landscaping area

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INTERLOCK CONCRETE PAVING AT +0.45 LEVEL (60mm THICK)

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Tank farm

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3.00

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Tank farm

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Loading area

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External walkway

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SIKA FACILITY

Professional work at Bin Dalmouk | 2016 Role: Lead designer and project coordinator Status: Under construction

Sika, a Swiss chemical company, approached us to design their new chemical plant in Dubai which would act as their headquarters for the GCC region. The original proposal (pictured above) reflected Swiss design philosophy through a rectilinear design, a minimal colour scheme with a red accent, and aligned building elements. Sika’s own finishes were also used in the roof insulation, the wall paint, and the flooring of some areas. 44


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6.90

TRAINING ROOM

RECEPTION

RC COPING

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EASED EDGES

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MEETING ROOM

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OFFICE

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4.20

MACHINERY LOCATION

7.10

5.60

19.80 24.00

TANK FARM 11.8 x 10.3 (OUTSIDE)

7.00

4.90

WATER TIGHT WALL UP TO 60 cm

11.80

A-202

0.20

6.60

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Control room 4.0 x 5.6

64.80

21

2.00

31.00

OFFICE 2.7 x 5.1

4.00

5.50

OFFICE 2.8 x 5.1

6.40

9.60

OFFICE 2.8 x 5.1

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4.00

7.20

21.00

MANAGER OFFICE 6.6 x 5.1

15

Maintenance 7.2 X 4.8

24.40

MEETING ROOM 8.4 x 5.1

16

+ 0.45

Compressor room 5.6 X 4.8 5.60

B

3.00

17

+ 2.55

Q

7.90

18

5

DRAIN CHANNEL

19

3 4

22

5.60

2

23

4.80

1

25

27.00

1.40

MANAGER OFFICE 6.6 x 5.1

20

7 8 9

13

CHILLERS AREA

1.60 26 DN 24

21

6

10 11

Louvers

+ 4.50

5.00

2.70

52.50

1.80

2.80

4.80

RECEPTION

3.20 2.80

10.30

22

2.00

23

5.30

24

9.90

2 3 4

3.90

OFFICE 3.2 x 2.8

4.10

1.50

OFFICE 4.1 x 2.8

3.90

2.80

OFFICE 3.9 x 2.8

1.80

3.00

2.80

3.10

OFFICE 3.0 x 2.8

5.10

3.60

2.90

5.10

25

5

5.30

OFFICE 2.9 x 2.8

3.20

OPEN TO BELOW

26 DN 1

12

5 A-202

OFFICE 3.2 x 2.8

3.20 1.80

1.50

1.40 0.20 1.40 UP

OFFICE 3.2 x 3.1

1.50

+ 4.50

Q

5.10

4.70

OFFICE 3.2 x 3.3

3.30

16.90

7.80

P

6.00

24.00

MACHINERY LOCATION

3.30

4

3

6.00

0.50

1.10 1.50

WC FEMALE

6.90

1.20

1.10

WC MALE

A-303

3

5.70

25.80

3.80

OFFICE 3.2 x 3.5

16.70

1.50

2.50

1.50

MEETING ROOM 3.1 x 5.3

1.50

IT 3.8 x 2.6 3.20

OFFICE 3.2 x 3.2

Server 3.8 x 2.7

1.20

1.50

3.20

OFFICE 3.2 x 3.2

1

OFFICE 3.2 x 3.3

TERRACE 16.7 x 6.5

3.20

3.50

1.50

3.20

A-202

O 0.60

OFFICE 3.2 x 3.3

6.90

3.20

A

8.70

6.50

3.30

3.30

O

OFFICE 3.2 x 3.3

8.40

5.30

5.70

2.70

5.60

2.60

5.60

3.30

4.90

0.20 0.10

3.30

2

23.40

27

A-202

3 42.20

6.20

23

6.60

22

22.80

21

26.00

20

200mm BLOCK WORK WITH CEMENT PLASTER IN PAINT FINISH INTERLOCK LEVEL OUTSIDE 60mm INTERLOCK COMPACTED SAND WALL FOOTING

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SKETCHES FROM TRAVELS

Interior of Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya Barcelona | April 2014

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Tokyo Metropolitan Government building Tokyo | March 2013

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Shizuoka Press and Broadcasting Center Tokyo | March 2013

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Mode Gakuen Cocoon Tower Tokyo | March 2013

49


Barcelona Cathedral Barcelona | April 2014

Yoyogi National Gymnasium Tokyo | March 2013

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National Museum of Western Art Tokyo | April 2013

Tokyo Big Sight Tokyo | April 2013

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Hangzhou East Railway Station Hangzhou | July 2013

Dragon Well Tea Plantation Hangzhou | July 2013

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Three Pools Mirroring the Moon Hangzhou | July 2013

View from Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya Barcelona | April 2014

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The Thinker, outside The National Museum of Western Art, Tokyo | March 2013


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