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Ali Iftikhar Masters in Architecture 14’

University at Buffalo | Buffalo | NY | USA

B.Sc. Architecture 09

University of Michigan | Ann Arbor | MI | USA aliiftikhar84@gmail.com http://aliifti.comlu.com/ http://photographyali.carbonmade.com/ +966 532033884


Tilt Shift Photography Object Design Islamic Geometric Patterns

Bachelor of Science in Architecture-University Of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI

Graphic Design/Architecture

Freelance Design Consultant

T-Shirt Design for Pakistan Student Association, Ann Arbor, MI Brochure design for multiple clients Great Lakes Cricket Conference, Assistant Coach

Al Khobar, Saudi Arabia

Junior Architect Tariq Hajj Architects

2010

BSc Sc Archit Architecture A Architectu rchitecture tecture urre

Al Khobar, Saudi Arabia

Architect Al Hamdan Consulting Office

2011

Graduate Record Examination (GRE) Al Khobar, Saudi Arabia

Cricket Coaching Level 0 Pakistan Champions League

TCAUP, Ann Arbor, MI

Al-Khobar, Saudi Arabia

Abdulhadi & Al Moaibed Consulting & Design Engineers

Agitation/Remembrance ...and life goes on Project mufradat

2009

Volunteer intern Arc Start Program + Prof. Michael Kennedy

Detroit unreal Estate Agency Sustaining Diversity

Undergraduate Thesis

Identity Crisis Fall 08 Ceder’s Fair Corporate Campus,Marblehead, OH

The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH Lawrence Technological University, Southfield, MI

2008

Chicago, IL

Travel Photography

2007

Spring Break Architecture Internship - Harding Partners Inc

Managed/ Captained Lawrence Tech Cricket Club

2006

2D to 3D (abstracting\Interpreting) Solitude and Gathering Pavilion Project Runway Inhabitable Wall Section Solar Kitchen,Auroville, India School and training centre,Auroville, India

Grand Rapids Community College

Student Worker, Facilities Department

2005

Lawrence Technological University

H.S.S.C- Pakistan International School, Al-Khobar, Saudi Arabia Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI Grand Rapids Community College, Grand Rapids, MI Oakland Community College, Auburn Hills, MI

Office Assistant, Engineering Department

2004

Visual Communication 2 Solar Dec. Construction Sculpture

Captained College/Regional Youth Cricket Team, Saudi Arabia

2003

Scratching the Surface High velocity: Cricket

2002

Basic Design Art Appreciation Architectural Drafting

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Intro to Architectural Drawing 3D CAD -ADT 2005

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AutoCAD 2000

Timeline

Watercolor paintings

1999 NY,USA

Help Desk Associate University at Buffalo

2012 2013

M.Arch University at Buffalo NY, USA- 2012- 2014

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Scratching The Surface

Explicit & Implicit Lines Solitude and Gathering

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Identity Crisis

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Detroit Unreal Estate Agency

Professional Experience

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Scratching The Surface

2006

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Instructor: Ryan Palider Ohio State University Columbus, USA

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Stan Allan speak of architectural drawing as “ the assemblage of spatial and material notations that can be decoded, according to a series of shared conventions, in order to effect a transformation of reality at a distance from the author�. Through the making of the drawing new knowledge emerges and new thoughts occur.

2012


Scratching The Surface

Analyzing is the act of dividing a complex whole into its parts or elements so to discover its true nature or inner relationships.

Architectural drawing as a way of making previously invisible organization visible to others. Analyzing the crocodile skin, and making drawings based on the idea of the notation. Exploring depth by axonometric drawings


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Adding a running, and walking path in the surface model by manipulating the undulating surface.

Top view of the surface

Longitudinal Section

Walking Path Running Path Cross Section


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Explicit & Implicit Lines Solitude and Gathering

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Instructor: Stewart Hicks University of Michigan Ann Arbor, USA

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Using compositional principles embedded in a two-dimentional image, launching a series of translatioonal exercises aimed at seeing, describing, and manipulating space. These construcitons are subsequently filtered through lenses of scale, inhabitation, and program as they become architectural responses.

2012


Explicit & Implicit lines:

2D to 3D

Studying the hidden connection in the given painting, and drawing an interpretation.

Abstracting is the act of considering a general quality or characteristic apart from specific objects or instance. Interpreting is the act of providing meaning through performance or execution according to one’s own particular understanding

The idea of explicit, and implicit lines


Developing a 3-Dimentional response to a 2-Dimentional drawing. Converting the idea of implicit and explicit lines, and the hidden connection between them into a solid form.

Seam or crease in the solid-void form as a continuous line


Connected Plans

Final layered Solid-Void model carrying the idea of implicit and explicit line. Model: 6 x 8 x 8 inch


Casting the void of the solid-void model, with the idea of continuous line.


Cast model serves as a conceptual imperative and generative tool Joiner/ Collage within the sections/ plan of the rockite form. Studying the qualities of a gathering place, and a place of solitude.


Solitude and Gathering Space

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Underground

Program:

Pavilion with a place of gathering, and solitude

Solution:

Transferring the qualities of previously explored place of gathering and solitude. Double wall system to get the light deep into the building. Continuous Circulation carrying the idea of continuous line Construction technique showing the idea of continuous explicit, and implicit line.

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Rethinking architecture’s role in creating identities of a particular place. Considering formal and experiential implications of: place vs placelessness; regional vs local; singularity vs multiplicity; universality vs specificity.

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Identity Crisis: Cedar Fairs corporate campus and Cultural center Instructor: Joel Schmidt University of Michigan Ann Arbor, USA

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Identity Crisis Cedar Fairs corporate campus and Cultural center - Marblehead, Ohio

Initial site studies, analyzing three different options. Drawings and making quick models to study each possible site.


Study : Building as a landscape, emerging from the earth

Placing buildings around trees, and anchoring the building into the site. Also exploring completely autonomous architecture and what opportunities it provides.

Study : Buildings about in between moments, and being sensitive to the site.


City town hall, performance center, and corporate office are conflicting programs... Programmatic diagrams serves as another tool to jump into the form of the building, and arranging the buildings according to the given requirements.

Opposite: Different diagrammatic studies looking at the flow of people, transparency, intersection of people, vision penetration, private and public spaces etc in the building


Cedar Fair Corporate Office

Cedar Fair Performing Art Center

Combining the initial ideas, and looking at different possible forms of the building. Rotating the strips vertically and eventually served as skin of the building; visually and experientially connecting the whole campus

Opposite: Skin studies Dansbury township Town hall and Nature Discovery Center


Different moments in the final campus.


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For construction course Occupancy, Egress, structures, hvac ,Plumbing, and cost of the this building were explored and drawn over the semester with an emphasis on how code restriction can influence design decisions

KEY: Steel Column Steel Girders Precast Conrete slab Steel Beams

Sectional Axon

Longitudinal Section

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Structural Axon


Light gauge steel frame Curtain wall fastener

Bridge Option

Painted wooden Panels Aluminum Mullion cap Light gauge steel frame Connection Bolt

Low-el double pane glass

Stairs Option

Painted wooden Panels

Elevator Option

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Detroit Unreal Estate Agency Shrinking cities are looked upon and thought about in terms of loss: real estate value, employment, welfare....Detroit unreal estate agency propose a positive reading: the ecology of the abandon city introduces new values, new opportunities, and a potentially rich reality that can compete and even supersede the market economy.

Winter

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Detroit Unreal Estate Agency: Sustaining Diversity Instructor: Mireille Roddier University of Michigan Ann Arbor, USA

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Sustaining Diversity Detroit is a place of multiplicity, where things have multiple layers but in terms of ethnic diversity it is considered to be a segregated city. This is only true if we look at Detroit from a city level. There are areas in Detroit where different ethnic groups intermingle with one another. Sustaining diversity proposes different interventions in Detroit fueled by ethnic diversity.


Black Population

Mix Population

Asian Population

Hispanic Population

White Population

Mapping Detroit’s population and zooming into Michigan Ave, where multiplicity of cultures can be seen. Looking at the fabric of this area.


Getting to the street level and full length joiner of Michigan Avenue as a research tool in looking at the fabric, landscapes, materials, abandon buildings, ethnic groups, and vacant plots of the surrounding area.


Research diagram of different ethnic groups living/ working at Michigan Ave.

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White African White Mexican White Puerto Rican Ukrainian

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Korean

Puerto Rican Dominican

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German

Puerto Rican Mexican

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Italian Polish

Mexican Italian

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White African

Mexican Arab Dominican Mexican White Puerto Rican Dominican African Puerto Rican Dominican

Mexican Mexican

Dominican African Dominican German Puerto Rican African Yugoslavian Mexican Polish

African White Mexican Mexican Mexican Irish-White Italian Chaldean

Chaldean

White Mexican

Mexican African White Mexican Arab Polish Yugoslavian Chinese

Puerto Rican Cuban

Chaldean

African Arab

Puerto Rican Arab Mexican African Irish-White Mexican

Polish Albanian Chaldean Puerto Rican Arab Mexican

Chinese African White Mexican Chaldean Mexican Chaldean African Guatemalan

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White Mexican African Chaldean Puerto Rican

Mexican Mexican White Native American Indian African African Mexican Arab Mexican Indian Puerto Rican White Arab White Mexican Puerto Rican Mexican Italian White African Mexican African White Arab Mexican White Mexican

Mexican

Chaldean

White Chaldean / Greek

Irish-White Chaldean

English-White Albanian

African Arab

Puerto Rican Irish-White African


Ethnic Groups on Michigan Ave.

Michigan Wildflowers Scientific Name

Height

Yarrow Sweet Flag Snakeroot Water plantain Nodding Wild Onion Lead Plant Canada Anemone Thimbleweed Tall Thimbleweed Angelica Wild Columbine Swamp Milkweed Butterfly weed White Wild Indigo False Boneset Tall Bellflower New Jersey Tea Turtlehead Swamp Thistle Virgin's Bower to Sand Tickseed Prairie Coreopsis Purple Prairie Clover Showy Tick-Trefoil Prairie Tick-Trefoil Flat-Top Aster Purple Coneflower Common Willow Herb Rattlesnake-master Joe-Pye Weed Boneset Flowering Spurge Grassleaved Goldenrod Bottled Gentian Fringed Gentiana Wild Geranium Prairie Smoke Sneezeweed Cow Parsnip Giant St. John's-Wort Wild Blue Flag Round headed Bush-clover Rough Blazing Star Marsh Blazing Star Michigan Lilly Cardinal Flower Great Blue Lobelia Wild Lupine Monkey-flower Wild Bergamot Horsemint Common Evening Primrose Riddell's Goldenrod Foxglove Beard-tongue Hairy Beard-tongue Obedient plant Common Mountain Mint Yellow Coneflower Wild Rose Black-eyed Susan Blue-eyed Grass Blue-stemmed Goldenrod Early Goldenrod Smooth Aster Goat's Rue Purple Meadow-Rue Common Spiderwort Blue Vervain Hoary Vervain Culver's Root Golden Alexander

Cultural Food Recipes Bloom Time 2' 2’ 2-4' 3' 1' 3' 2' 6-12' 4' 4' 3' 4' 2' 3-4' 2-4' 3-4' 2-3' 3-4' 5' 9' 2' 2' 2-3' 3-5' 3-6' 3-5' 3-4' 3' 4-5' 4-6' 4-5' 2-4' 2-4' 1-2' 1-1.5' 1' 1' 3-4’ 5-10' 4-6' 2-3' 3-4' 2-3' 3-4' 4' 2-5' 1-4' 1-2' 3' 2-4' 1-3' 2-5' 2-4' 3-5' 2' 3’ 2-3' 3-6' 3-4' 1-2' 1' 1-3' 3' 3' 1' 5-7' 2-4' 3-6' 2-3' 4-6' 2-3'

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Native Michigan Trees Winterberry Dogwood, White Flowering Oak, Red Spruce, White Larch Maple, Silver Sassafras Dogwood, Rough-leafed Birch, Yellow Sumac, Smooth Pine, Red Dogwood, Alt-leaved Oak, Sumard Aspen, Quaking

Cardinal Flower

Lead Plant

Common Willow Herb

Yarrow

Mexican Dominican Chaldean Portorican African White Irish-White Italian German Chineses Cuban Indian Native American Arab Armenian Yugoslavian Guatemalean Polish

Dominican:

Mexican

Caucasian

Chaledian

Bigos (Polish Hunter's Stew)

Chicken Enchiladas Recipe

American Beef Stew

Iraqi Kebab Recipe

- 8 slices of bacon, finely chopped - 1 pound boneless, lean pork shoulder, cut into 1-inch chunks - 3 cloves garlic, finely chopped, or 1 teaspoon garlic powder - 3 onions, quartered - ½ pound fresh mushrooms, sliced - 1 cup canned beef broth - 2 Tablespoons sugar - 2 bay leaves - 2 cups canned sauerkraut, rinsed under water and drained well - 2 medium apples, cored and sliced - 2 cups Italian-style whole tomatoes with juice - 1 cup cooked ham, diced - 1½ cups cooked Polish sausage, coarsely sliced

- 12 corn tortillas - 3 cooked chicken breast halves, no bones or skin, shredded - ½ cup chopped green onions - ½ cup chopped fresh cilantro - 2 cups chicken broth - 1 cup sour cream - ¾ cup minced onion - 12 oz shredded cheddar cheese - 4 oz chopped green chilies - ¼ cup butter - ¼ cup all purpose flour - Vegetable oil for frying

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- mix one pound of meat (beef and fatty lamb) - One small onion - ¼ cup of flour - 1 teaspoon of salt - ½ teaspoon of black pepper - ¼ cup finely chopped parsley - �� teaspoon each grounded of allspice, ginger, and chili pepper

Polish

la Bandera Red beans - 2-3 cups of red kidney beans - 1 red onion finely chopped - 3 cloves of garlic - ½ teasspoon of coriander - 2 tablespoons of tomato paste - 2 cups of chicken stock - salt & pepper to taste 2. The stewed meat - 3 pounds of goat, cut into cubes - 3 roughly chopped onions - 6 cloves of garlic - 4 tomatoes roughly chopped - 2 sweet peppers julienned - Coriander, salt & pepper to taste Marinade: - 3 tablespoons oil - 3 tablespoons lime juice - Finely chopped onion - 3 teaspoons oregano - Salt & pepper Dominican goats graze on wild oregano

1lb. beef stew meat 1/4 c. flour 3 tsp. salt (optional) pepper shortening 4 small onions, sliced 2 cup hot water 1 beef bouillon cube mushrooms 4 whole cloves 4 whole allspice 1 c. sliced carrots c. celery, sliced

Research went into Michigan wildflowers, trees, ethnic foods, recipes, and ingredients. Taking the idea of diversity and applying it. Common ingredients

Tall Bell flower

Turning the city of Detroit into a urban farm land and back to the nature; where it is hard to realize where an asphalt road starts, and where you are faced my a wild animals Red Onion

Bay Leaves

Red Chillis

Black Beans

Cabbage

Cilantro

Garlic

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Mustard Seeds

Wild Oregano

Cumin

Tomato

Green Chilli

Bell pepper

Carrot

Silver Maple 6 -10’ 15-20’ 45-80’ 16-60’ 18-60’ 50-75’ 15-60’ 8-12’ 30-80’ 16-20’ 25-80’ 15- 25‘ 40-80’ 15-40’

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Proposing different intervention along Michigan Ave, fuelled by ethnic diversity. Abandon plots are used for Urban farming to grow organic native plants for cultural specific recipes; Green houses will provide farming place in harsh Michigan winters; and large abandon areas will slowly turn into Detroit natural reserve, and hunting ground.

Detroit Natural reserve

Urban Farmland

Urban Green Houses


Sustaining Diversity Detroit Unreal Estate Agency


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Design architect for commercial, residential & Industrial projects. Design development from inception to completion

Professional Experience Tariq Hajj Architects Al Hamdan Consulting Office Al Khobar, Saudi Arabia

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Honeywell Office Building

Worked under the supervision of lead architect with designs, CAD work, renderings, floor plan layouts, and presentations during conceptual and schematic design stages.

Dhahran,Saudi Arabia Feb. 2009 ( Build Jan 2012)

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SITE PLAN 1:300 M


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Arabian Rockbits Building Created a new Identity for the client by redesigning the administration part of the existing factory building.

Role: Project Architect Location: Dammam, Saudi Arabia Under-Construction 2012


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Halliburton Residential Complex

Halliburton residential complex located in the Seihat, Saudi Arabia, attracts skilled works and corporate visitors for long and short term accommodation, and healthy living style. Master plan includes six 3-story residential buildings accommodating employees, dinning center, recreational center, & sports courts.

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Gulf Mahmal Complex Design proposal for a Gulf Mahmal complex master plan located in the 2nd Industrial city, Dammam, Saudi Arabia,. Goal is to attract maximum companies for their staff accommodation by providing all the necessary recreation. Master plan includes four 3-story workers block, two three stories senior block, and a kitchen complex with upper floor dedicated to the recreation center

Role: Designer/ Assistant Architect Location: Dammam, Saudi Arabia Design May 2011

Workers Accommodation Senior Accommodation Kitchen Complex Mosque Basketball court


Arabian Point 8 Building Arabian point 8 Admin and Factory building was designed to meet our client’s growing business in the area. Conceptually the administration building serves as a the head of this building, where brains are at work, and the supporting electromechanical factory as the functioning body. Role: Design Architect / Project Coordinator. Location: Dammam, Saudi Arabia Design March 2012


Al Sanbook Commercial Center Concept proposal for Al Sanbook commercial center providing retail stores, restaurants, and office areas for commercial use. Role: Design Architect Location: Al Khobar, Saudi Arabia Design March 2012


Ground & Mezzanine Level

Restaurants & Offices Level


Design Brief & Form

- Footprint Area ( 1170 sqm) - Store fronts on the main avenues using maximum area for retail stores . - Mezzanine level could serves as a storage area for retail stores/ or seating for Cafe - Second & Third floor used for Restaurants space with maximum Corniche view - Offices to be located on 4th & 5th Floor with Corniche view - Off street parking serves retail stores. - Parking located on the back side mainly serving Restaurants & Offices


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Summer

Different ideas explored through photography, & objects which relates to the question of Identity crisis, scale, life, society, and human beings just to name a few.

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Photography Agitation/Remembrance Five stages of love ...and life goes on Tilt Shift

Object Design

Calligraphy Kalam Holder 99% Natural Saudi Arabia, USA ai design Pakistan, 2009-2010

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Agitation / Remembrance


Five stages of Love


“...and Life goes on” looks at the flow of human life, and the idea of human’s struggle in the metropolis


Tilt Shift Photography: The idea of scale is very important to architects, and designers. This series of design work looks at the relationship between scale, imagery, perception, and identity.

Summer 2009


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