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Vibrant and proactive Architect who possess sound knowledge of advanced computer-aided design applications used in architectural design, advanced modeling, advertising, video editing and animation, with the ability to assess the needs of proposed projects thorough understanding of the relationship between people, buildings, and environment and how a project will affect any. A progressive thinker who has professional communication skills to interact with all levels of managements and clients.

Autodesk AutoCAD Google SketchUp Maxon Cinema 4D V-Ray Adobe Photoshop Adobe Illustrator Adobe InDesign Adobe After Effects Adobe Premiere Lumion Twinmotion Autodesk Ecotect Analysis Microsoft Office

WORK EXPERIENCE Naser Group International, Jakarta, Indonesia August 2019 – Present Working as a part-time Architect, Graphic Designer. Fiverr August 2020 – Present Working with architectural design, advanced modeling, advertising, video editing and animation. Al Fanneya Industries Company August 2018 – March 2019 As an architectural designer I worked on developing new furniture models suitable for the local community along with finding new solutions for interior spaces, in addition to work as a parttime salesman employee at the company exhibition.

EDUCATION Bachelor of Architecture Islamic University of Gaza – Palestine Grade: Very good From August, 2013 to July, 2018 General Secondary School Examination Certificate Abdul Karim Al-Aklouk Secondary School – Palestine Grade: Excellent From August, 2012 to July, 2013

INTERNSHIP Deir El Balah Municipality Two months of training as an Urban Planning Engineer in the period from July 15, 2017 to September 10, 2017.

TRAINING COURSES Google Sketchup 3D Modelling 30 Hrs. (June 18, 2015 to July 22, 2015) Dar Al Handasah Centre – Gaza Description: Sketchup 3D Modelling program is designed for architects. It teaches how to comfortably use the tools within the software to create 3D project models. Autodesk AutoCAD 2D 36 Hrs. (February 14, 2015 to March 26, 2015) Dar Al Handasah Centre – Gaza Description: AutoCAD 2D course contains practical examples and projects to work on. It teaches how to create and modify architectural drawings from scratch.


PERSONAL SKILLS Creativity Communication Motivation Organization Teamwork

LANGUAGE SKILLS Arabic (Mother tongue) English Bahasa Indonesia

INTERESTS Reading novels Drawing Football, Chess Video Gaming

BASIC INFORMATION General Date of Birth: 10 Aug 1995. Address: Puncak Resort, Sukanagalih, Pacet, Cianjur, West Jawa 43253. Contact ahmedbuhaisi@gmail.com +62 82215715869 www.linkedin.com/in/ahmedbuhaisi www.fiverr.com/ahmedbuhaisi www.behance.net/ahmedbuhaisi www.facebook.com/ahmedlbuhaisi www.twitter.com/ahmedlbuhaisi www.instagram.com/ahmed.buhaisi Portfolio www.issuu.com/ahmedbuhaisi1013/ docs/exp4-issuu4

REFERENCES Dr. Anwar M. M. AWADALLAH Assistant Professor Dep. Of Architecture, Islamic University of Gaza (IUG) P. O. Box: 108, IUG, Gaz a, Palestine Tel. Office: +970 (0)8 2644400 Ext. 2844 Email: anwar@iugaza.edu.ps Website: http://site.iugaza.edu.ps/anwar/ Muhammed Nabil Abu Shaaban Chief Executive officer AL Fanneya Industries Company Tel NO.: +972 59-951 -5095 Email: m.n.aboushaaban@gmail.com





Architectural Projects

3D Modeling

Interior & Furniture Design

Spero Healthcare Center (SHC) 007

1970 Pontiac Formula 400 Villa Interior Modeling & V-Ray Rendering Design 059 069

Horizon Healthcare Center (HHC) 015

Character Poses 065

Martha Wayne Middle School (MWS) 031 Kuwait Monument 043 La Vista Park 047 Al Quba Backyard Deck 053


Truck Tools Shop Interior Design 076 Furniture Design 077



Logo Design & Animation

Video Editing & Animating

Areej Fashion Online Logo 085

Horizon Healthcare Center 089

AL Fanneya Industries Company Logo 085

Speed Bumps 095

College Logos 086 Speed Bumps App 086


“Menara Kuala Lumpur Tower” Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Taken on August 1, 2019






Spero Healthcare Center is a medical complex of facilities established for general healthcare service, rehabilitation, and mental health services in addition to several amenities such as a closed hall and a social club. The center is located to the west of khan Younes city lays on two street and surrounded by empty properties and mostly non-residential buildings.

• Plot: The project plot is a regular shape, which provides more flexibility during the design process, it also provides more options for any future expansion. • Site: Open surroundings provide sunlight and facilitate winds flow through the site. • Environment: Quiet, private and away from city center, which make it a fine location for a healthcare project.

• Red rough bricks, slate bricks, curtain wall and concrete panels were used in the project buildings facades which provide integration with nature thus connect past with present. • Roof gardens and green areas that permeate the buildings inside the site implies the main concept of the project. • Landscape perspectives shows how to take advantage of site topography through green steps and a bridge connecting the main street to the first floor of the hospital building.


Section B-B (Hospital)

Section A-A (Hospital)

Section A-A (Rehabilitation)

N & S Wings (Hospital)

The hospital building consists of 16 departments placed in 6 floors, 4 entrances is provided for the hospital for the deferent uses and cases. The rehabilitation and mental health building divided to 9 departments in 4 floors.


The Hospital Building

Basement Plan Gross floor area : 3260 m2 Net floor area : 2380 m2 Floor departments : Dietary department: Main kitchen; Food storages & freezers; Workers amenities Central general storages: Main pharmacy storage; Electricity control; Water tanks; Four main storages; Mortuary department: Two morgue rooms; Autopsy; Legal doctor rooms;

Radiology department: Radiographic x-ray; Magnetic resonance imaging; C.T. Diagnosis room; Ultra - sound unit Laundry & central sterilization Departments: Sterile service unit; Laundry machines; Drying & ironing area; Clean and dirty storages

Ground Floor Plan Gross floor area : 3680 m2 Net floor area : 2355 m2 Floor departments : Emergency department Emergency unit; Primary diagnosis; Workers amenities Outpatient clinics Ten specialized clinics; Dep. Administration Laboratories department Five specialized clinics; Exam & tests rooms


Central pharmacy department Laboratory; storages; Preparation area Delivery suite i Operation room; Stage ii (delivery); Nursing units; Labor room; Observation; Recovery room

First Floor Plan Gross floor area : 3680 m2 Net floor area : 2598 m2 Floor departments : Surgical department Four operation theaters; Patient preparation room; Supplies storages; Anesthetic room; Recovery room; Dirty services area Main administration department Nine offices; Medical records Reception area Delivery suite ii Dep. Icu; Neonatal intensive care unit; 26 Inpatient beds

Second & Third Floors Gross floor area : 3680 m2 Net floor area : 2663 m2 Floor departments : Inpatient department: 80 Inpatient bed f&m; Nursing units; Dirty & clean services Intensive care unit: Two isolation room; Observation area; Intensive care area Vip inpatient department: 6 Inpatient bed; Nursing unit;


The Rehabilitation Center Building

Basement Plan Gross floor area : 1200 m2 Net floor area : 642 m2 Floor departments : Radiology department ( 204 m2 ) Dietary & laundry ( 246 m2 ) Storages & services ( 540 m2 )

Ground Floor Plan Gross floor area : 1250 m2 Net floor area : 710 m2 Floor departments : Administration dep. ( 220 M2 ) Hydrotherapy ( 409 m2 ) Examination rooms ( 214 m2 ) Gymnasium ( 166 m2 )


The Social Club Building Basement Plan Floor departments :

First Floor Plan Gross floor area : 1053 m2 Net floor area : 659 m2

Storages & mechanical system ( 256 m2 ) Electricity & water rooms ( 110 m2 )

Floor departments : Rehab inpatient rooms ( 237 m2 ) Physical therapy ( 277 m2 ) Mental therapy / group rooms ( 135 m2 ) Electrical therapy ( 130 m2 )

Ground Floor Plan Floor departments : Administration offices ( 252 m2 ) Salon ( 55 m2 ) Swimming pool & massage rooms ( 240 m2 )

First Floor Plan Floor departments :

Second Floor Plan Gross floor area : 1190 m2 Net floor area : 834 m2

Library ( 252 m2 ) Computer labs ( 88m2 ) Gymnasium ( 205 m2 )

Floor departments : Mental inpatient dep. ( 279 M2 ) Mental health therapy ( 212 m2 ) Library ( 130 m2 ) Roof resting terraces

Second Floor Plan Floor departments : Exhibition ( 135 m2 ) Lecture room ( 118m2 ) Activities areas ( 88 m2 ) Cinema ( 205m2 )





“The perception of the horizon is an earthbound event; all horizons disappear in space, and we are left shorn of the sweet roots that have held us to the earth, challenged to imagine what is truly present just before us, a unified and seemingly limitless universe.” Eugene Kennedy. “The health of the eye seems to demand a horizon. We are never tired, so long as we can see far enough.” Ralph Waldo Emerson. Eyes staring at the horizon and a heart beating, hoping and picturing a green painting woven with the strings of the sun rays. Life of the country and agricultural crops with its straight extended and integrated regular textures show the spirit and the upcoming dreams of our own


weaving desires and future aspirations that have no end or limitations despite the closed doors and scattered keys in the cage strip. The three dimensions has been broken in the lines to show greater ambition than the limited frame through the perspective crop lines to reflect the volume of ambitions and prospects which go side by side with the technical and technological progress of the project. Although, the widespread crops have different vintage, colors and fabrics, they stem from one small seed to form different colored paintings and perspectives. And so, the “horizon� project. Despite the apparent difference of its components and elements, it dreams and goes for one goal towards the development of the health sector.


The Hospital Building


Basement Plan

Ground Floor Plan

Gross Floor Area : 1756.9 m2 Net Floor Area : 1122.9 m2 Usable Floor Area : 634 m2 1. Physiotherapy Department (177.7 m2) 2. Hydro-Therapy Department (400.2 m2) 3. Kitchen Department (72.1 m2) 4. Laundry Department (68.8 m2) 5. Storage Department (221.5 m2) 6. Mortuary Department (171.6 m2) 7. W.C

Gross Floor Area : 1756.9 m2 Net Floor Area : 1243.2 m2 Usable Floor Area : 513.7 m2 1. Main Entrance 2. Main Reception 3. Consultaions Room 4. Laporatories Department (246.2 m2) 5. Radiotherapy Department (717.4 m2) 6. Archive Department 7. W.C

First Floor Plan

Second Floor Plan

Gross Floor Area : 1756.9 m2 Net Floor Area : 1160.1 m2 Usable Floor Area : 596.8 m2 1. Inpatient Department (854.9 m2) 2. Nursing Area 3. Surgical Department (717.4 m2) 4. Sterile Passage 5. Court 6. W.C

Gross Floor Area : 1756.9 m2 Net Floor Area : 1247.1 m2 Usable Floor Area : 509.8 m2 1. Clinical Engineering Department 2. Administration Department (854.9 m2) 3. Intensive Care Department (346.8 m2) 4. Non-Surgical Therapy Department (370.6 m2) 5. Connecting Bridge 6. W.C

Third Floor Plan Gross Floor Area : 717.4 m2 Net Floor Area : 542.4 m2 Usable Floor Area : 175 m2 1. Cafeteria And Rest Area (717.4 m2) 2. Roof Garden 3. W.C


North - West Elevation

North - East Elevation

Section A-A

Section B-B


A rendered shot showing the internal courtyard of the hospital building and how to the sun rays and natural lighting enter the interior spaces.

An interior design shot for inpatient department room at the first floor showing the continuity between the inside and outside


Ground Floor Plan Gross Floor Area : 1478.9 m2 Net Floor Area : 1146.4 m2 Usable Floor Area : 332.5 m2 1. Main Entrance 2. Classrooms 3. Multi-Propose Hall 4. Teachers Offices 5. Teaching Labs 6. Lecture Room 7. W.C

First Floor Plan Gross Floor Area : 1478.9 m2 Net Floor Area : 1156.6 m2 Usable Floor Area : 319.3 m2 1. Main Library 2. Research Facility 3. Classroom 4. Teachers Offices 5. Reception 6. Computer Lab 7. W.C

Second Floor Plan Gross Floor Area : 1478.9 m2 Net Floor Area : 1156.6 m2 Usable Floor Area : 319.3 m2 1. Head Manager Offices 2. Secretary 3. Meeting Room 4. Offices 5. Research Lab 6. Employees Rest Area 7. Connecting Bridge 8. W.C

Basement Plan Gross Floor Area : 778 m2 Net Floor Area : 634 m2 Usable Floor Area : 144 m2 1. (M/E/P) 2. Storage 3. Admin Office 4. W.C


South - West Elevation

North - East Elevation

The Vocational College & Research Center


Ground Floor Plan Gross Floor Area : 500.1 m2 Net Floor Area : 400 m2 Usable Floor Area : 100.1 m2 1. Main Entrance 2. Lockers 3. Working Space 4. W.C

The Assembly Factory


First Floor Plan

Basement Plan

Gross Floor Area : 755.8 m2 Net Floor Area : 524.2 m2 Usable Floor Area : 231.6 m2 1. Control Center 2. Resting Area 3. Administration 4. Cafeteria 5. W.C

Gross Floor Area : 346.2 m2 Net Floor Area : 252.8 m2 Usable Floor Area : 93.4 m2 1. Storage 2. (M/E/P) MECHANICAL ELECTRICAL PLUMBING 3. Stairs & Elevator

A rendered shot showing the working area at the Assembly factory building showing the continuity between the inside and outside environment.


A night scene shows the amphitheater near the gate, its lines is connected with the landscape lines vanishing in multiple points in the edges of project site, ensuring a strong presence of the main design concept. The amphitheater is six levels high of 50cm each, provided with trees in the final level to fulfil the green purpose of the design concept. This element provides a large seating area for relaxing with beautiful views. At night, hidden lights appear as a glowing lines in the landscape.

When it comes to hard work and continuous developments, time is a vital element in the health sector, the clock in front of the assembly factory represent this idea. The clock is provided with hidden lights makes it possible to be seen clearly at night. The following perspective contains dimensional details for the clock sculpture. The clock is made from reflective steel. The wide curtain wall reflect this sculpture making a fine view and a great end of the line of site.

The previous shots show the central sculpture located in the forecourt of the hospital in a pond of water with fountains. The geometric sculpture implies the concept of the horizon healthcare center, where the three pyramids integrated with each other present the three functions which complete one another. Additionally, each pyramid represents the vanishing points that created the main lines of the landscape implying the none ending development of the health field. Provided with hidden lighting, this sculpture makes a fine point to draw attention.


A detailed picture shows the main gate for the whole project, facing the hospital entrance with a pretty basic fence outlines the perimeter of the site. The simple design reflects the simplicity of project buildings. Steel and concrete was the used material in the gate and outer fence.

Two modern different concrete designs for outdoor landscape seating. Concrete is the most used materials in the landscape because of its strength and durability. These designs integrate smoothly with site lines and green areas plus building elevations.

Bridge construction is a complex undertaking requiring knowledge to decide which the best construction method to use. The Bridges is designed to carry minor loads - a steel pedestrian foot bridge - and has its walls closed, either for climatic protection or to protect the pedestrians themselves.It has a composite structure of steel and concrete acting together in a simple beam straight across the gap between the two buildings. The benefit of the composite structure is to reduce deflections and increasing strength. This is done using ‘shear connectors’ fixed to the steel beam. The shape below shows that the concrete carries some of the compression (C) and steel carries all the tension (T).


Brief Details
















4 KUWAIT MONUMENT ( Architectural Contest In Gaza)


Abu Musa reported: The Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, said, “Verily, the believers are like a structure, each part strengthening the other” and the Prophet clasped his fingers together. The Prophet, peace and blessings be upon him, urged the believers to help and support their brothers, and that this is necessary, and that kind of support and structure does not take place and does not achieve its usefulness and purpose unless we hold each other’s hands. So, when you talk about the State of Kuwait and what has been given to Palestinian people, you have to go back to the history where the foundation is solid and the roots are deep. The State of Kuwait is one of the largest supporters of the State of Palestine in all international organizations and forums, without exception, believing that the Palestinian cause is the first and central issue in the Arab field, which is reflected in the Kuwaiti endeavor to push the world to admit the State of Palestine. Abu Huraira reported: The Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, said, “Whoever helps ease someone in difficulty, Allah will make it easy for him in this world and in the Hereafter.” The State of Kuwait continued to provide financial and political support to the Palestinian cause and opened its doors to delegations, gatherings and Palestinian personalities. Recently, relations continued to improve. The Kuwaiti arena was once again a source to the Palestinian people financially and politically in many positions, the latest of which was the rejection of the American announcement about Jerusalem. Kuwait was one of the first countries which help the reconstruction of the Gaza Strip. We must be grateful to the State of Kuwait, which has embraced us for decades, to embody this through a monument that shows the support of Kuwait in the reconstruction of the Gaza Strip by highlighting one of the most important landmarks in Kuwait, the three towers. The towers of Kuwait are three towers on the coast of the Arabian Gulf in the State of Kuwait and they considered one of the most important landmarks. The idea of building the towers of Kuwait comes back to Sheikh Jaber Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah when it needed the Ministry of Electricity and Water to build huge water reservoirs alternative to the old iron reservoirs. Kuwait Towers the perfect place designed to match the design with the traditions of Kuwait. The main tower, which holds the two spheres, shows the “Al Mobakher” with a height of 187 meters. The second tower, which holds one sphere, shows the “Al Murasheh” at a height of 147 meters. The third smaller tower shows the “Al Makhala” with a height of 113 m. These three towers are an example of highlighting Kuwait’s heritage and identity through the integration of modern technologies, aesthetic values, functional needs, and social services into a single facility.


Design concept of the monument: Based on what has been mentioned above on the spirit of cooperation between the Arab brothers between the State of Palestine and Kuwait, the cubes emerged on top of each other in a sculptural manner, out of which the three towers of Kuwait, expressing the representative of the Kuwaiti initiatives and grants in the reconstruction of the Gaza Strip, towers emerged from that land at the time planted Seed to grow and give tenderness, brotherhood and love. Thus, the idea was expressed in a simple and expressive way for the brotherly State of Kuwait. Roughly, the main used elements in the structure monument are the marble in the steps and monument’ s base. The interlaced cubes and main structure are made of concrete. Compost, aluminum and non-transparent plastic materials used in the mesh of the suspended sphere. Colored plastic materials representing the colors of Al-Kuwait’ s flag at the ends of the monument. The monument highlights those materials in a harmonious manner at night through the artificial illumination at night as shown in the pictures.



5 LA VISTA PARK (College Project)



Basement < Stadium -3.52 Stadium > Ground Floor 0.00

First Floor < Stadium +6.00 Stadium > Second Floor


Third Floor < Stadium +17.45 Pool > Ground Floor





Landscape Units


Pedestrain Route


The Pool Pool > First Floor +4.20m


Section 51

Section Pool > Second Floor +9.30m


[A-A] 52

6 AL QUBA BACKYARD DECK (Cipanas, West Java, Indonesia)





“Colorful Morning” Al-Zawaida village, Palestine Taken on October 12, 2018



7 1970 Pontiac Formula 400 Modeling & V-Ray Rendering ( Modeling From Scratch Up To Render Process)


About The Model The new body of the 1970 Pontiac was rooted in GM styling chief Bill Mitchell’s infatuation with Italian sports car design. GM chose heavily from the rounded shapes of Ferrari and Maserati, and it showed in the smooth flow of fender lines, the curved window glass and raked windshield. One remarkable difference from pervious GM designs was the lack of a quarter window. Instead, the doors were lengthened to take up a larger portion of the quarter. The massive doors were heavy, however the side appearance was cleaner and far sportier. A lift bar door handle added to the smooth side look. Chrome was distinctively absent. The Native American-inspired Firebird emblem was on the decklid and the nose of all but base model cars. Up front, the twin nostril grille and single headlamps provided a clean appearance, thanks to the use of Endura to create a bumper-less front end with a valance that cleanly rolled beneath the grille with large cross hair parking lamps mounted in the lower corners of the valance. At the rear, the smooth tumble home enhanced the Firebirds fuselage shape. The tail was flat and filled with twin tail lamps that met the quarter panel’s round rear profile. A recessed tag housing, thin blade chrome rear bumper, and rounded lower valance completed the rear end’s clean look.






8 CHARACTER POSES (Rigging Characters for sculpting purposes)


Changing position

Cooking pose

Drinking coffee

Holdind tender

Playing oud

Playing rababah

Pouring coffee

Pouring coffee 2

Pushing pose

Placing tender

Putting baby to sleep

Standing up pose

Talking pose

Talking pose 2

Talking pose 3

Talking pose 4


“Green Chandelier” Gaza, Palestine Taken on May 2, 2018






Interior Layout

As Built Plan


Reflected Ceiling Plan

Lighting Plan


Section [A-A]

Section [B-B]

Partition Details


Spiral Stairs Details




Section [A-A]

Side Elevation

Perspictive Section

Axonometric View

Fixed Windows


Top View

Section [B-B]

Front Elevation

Smart Stairs

Interior Ceiling


11 FURNITURE DESIGN ( AL Fanneya Industries Company)




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“Sunset” Al-Zawaida village, Palestine Taken on August 17, 2018



12 LOGO DESIGN & ANIMATION (For Multiple Projects)



Areej Fashion Online Logo

AL Fanneya Industries Company Logo


College Logos

Speed Bumps App Logo


â&#x20AC;&#x153;Mirroredâ&#x20AC;? Waduk Cirata, Cianjur, West Java, Indonesia Taken on July 20, 2019



13 HORIZON HEALTHCARE CENTER (Presentation Video For The HHC Graduation Project)







14 SPEED BUMPS (Presentation Video For An Android Application)




Profile for Ahmed Buhaisi

Ahmed Buhaisi | Architecture & Graphic Design Portfolio | 2014 - 2019  

Ahmed Buhaisi | Architecture & Graphic Design Portfolio | 2014 - 2019