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MOHAMED ALREKHAIMI ALSEBEYI | ARCHITECT AND DESIGNER A COMPILATION OF WORK PRODUCED IN ARCHITECTURE SCHOOL

2018


EDUCATION

INTERESTS

ACTIVITIES

2012 - 2017

AMERICAN UNIVERSITY OF SHARJAH

SUSTAINABLE DESIGN

FOOTBALL

2008 - 2012

ALWAHDA PRIVATE SCHOOL

FUTURISTIC TECHNOLOGY

GAMING NETWORKING

ACHIEVMENTS 2018

MENA SPECIAL OLYMPICS SERVICE

2016

NOMINATED FOR EMIRATES YOUTH AMERICAN UNIVERSITY OF SHARJAH

2015

STUDENT REPRESENTATIVE OF COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE, ART AND DESIGN STUDENT BOARD. AMERICAN UNIVERSITY OF SHARJAH

2015

STUDENT COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVE OF COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE, ART AND DESIGN. AMERICAN UNIVERSITY OF SHARJAH

2012

HONOR STUDENT ALWAHDA PRIVATE SCHOOL

2017

EXPERIENCE

LANGUAGES

SKILLS

ORGANIZED CAAD CONCEPT POP-UP SHOP

ENGLISH (FLUENT)

RHINOCEROS 5

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ARABIC (FLUENT)

AUTODESK: REVIT

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ORGANIZING AND MANAGING CULTURAL EVENTS

AUTODESK: AUTOCAD

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AMERICAN UNIVERSITY OF SHARJAH

AUTODESK: MAYA

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SHAPE ARCHITECTURE, PRACTISE AND RESEARCH

ADOBE: ILLUSTRATOR

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INTERNSHIP

ADOBE: PHOTOSHOP

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SUSTAINABLE ARCHITECTURE, CAMBODIA

ADOBE: INDESIGN

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DESIGN COURSE

KEYSHOT

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HONOR STUDENTS REPRESENTATIVE

MICROSOFT WORD

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ALWAHDA PRIVATE SCHOOL

POWERPOINT

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DUBAI DESIGN DISTRICT

2016 2015 2015 2012 2010

REPRESENTATIVE AT SHEIKH ZAYED ALNAHYAN EXHIBITION WITH APPEARANCE OF ASSOCIATES OF HIS HIGHNESS SHEIKH SULTAN ALQASIMI ALWAHDA PRIVATE SCHOOL


01

APORETIC FUTURES RETHINKING THE LIVING PROFESSOR : AMMAR KALO FALL 2016

Its the year 2050. Earth’s ice caps have melted due to a constant increase in temperature caused by global warming. The melting of ice caps resulted in rapid rising of the sea level. One of the countaries that has been severely affected by the rising sea level is United Arab Emirates due to its presence near the Arabian Gulf. The sea level has isen by 5 meters, affecting large swathes of land that have been serving as housing and public facilities, especially coastal neighborhoods for example Jumeirah , located in Dubai. Streets and sidewalks that were once used by people and cars are now submerged under water. Families have been forced to evacuate to inner areas within the city that are yet to be affected by the threat.

* project in collaboration with Mohammed Latifi.


Cross Section through Public/Commercial Area.

Longitudinal Section through Commercial.

Plan


The proposed project is to coop with the existing condition being faced by one of the areas near the coastal region in Dubai, namely Jumeirah. A tower is introduced and placed 5 meters above the water level. The programming of the tower is divided in to two main parts; private residential and public commercial zone. The two main zones are separated by the vertical circulation. Certain public areas that are in common use, example, educational and public garden bleed into the residential area of the building. The proposed tower could either be approached

by foot or via elevated bridges that connect all sides of the tower. Boat is also an available access to the tower. The approaching boat can either access the dop off area that is located beneath the lobby, or the public boat parking which leads to a bridge directly to the lobby. Above the parking, the public area hosts a mosque that has different routes connected. The first public section of the building is a clinic which has its own private emergency elevator and a helicopter drop off. Moving higher through the building a public retail area is introduced which includes

different shops and restaurants. A gap is added into the building which contains a public park 2 to 3 storeys high. The educational institute comes on top of the garden featuring its own private garden. The governmental sector is included on the roof top alongside a public pool. A few restaurants and cafes are placed on the highest floors elevating from the building. The residential area of the building houses 120 families affected by the rising sea level. The residential side of the building houses a private pool for residents. The tower and the surrounding areas

are generated through the Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion (OTEC). OTEC is a technology that renews energy using the difference in temperature in the water to create electricity. The OTEC is placed in one of the existing houses. Jumeira has been famous for various public and outdoor activities especially on the beach. Public programs such as parks, volleyball courts, skateboarding, biking lanes, and food kiosks, have been elevated to occupy the rooftops of submerged structures.


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DESIGN BUILD AUS SECURITY BOOTH PROFESSOR : BILL SARNECKY AND MICHAEL HUGHES FALL 2016 AND SPRING 2017

The proposed Design Build Project is to replace the existing Security Booth located in the American University of Sharjah, adjacent to the entrance of the College of Architecture, Art and Design. The new structure is made out of bar gate which is divided in its interior by a wooden structure. The wooden structure has two sides, a side that would house the security guard and the other that has Mae Sabeel (Community Drinking Water).


VIEW

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PARKING OF BICYCLE OUTSIDE OF BOOTH

AC LOCATED LOW RELATIVE TO SEATING CONDITION

LACK OF EXTERIOR SEATING

INTERIOR SECURITY SEATING IS A NECESSITY

THREE SIDED VIEW TO EXTERIOR

Existing Booth Condition Analysis

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4 INTRODUCING ROOF OF SOLAR PANELS

3 EXTENSIONS TO ACCOMMODATE FRONT PORCH FOR SURVEILLENCE & BACK PORCH FOR GARDEN

2 ENCLOSURE OF SECURITY BOOTH

1 INITIAL TYPOLOGY OF SECURITY BOOTH

Concept Drawings

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03

PERFORATED SHELL STRUCTURE PROFESSOR : AMIN ALSADEN SPRING 2015

Architecture institute placed on Sheikh Zayed Road in Dubai. The project consists of a perforated shell structure that covers the whole site. The shell structure increases in size, height and perforation depending on the importance of the program that is in the building, simultaneously leading you to the center of the institute. A glass house structure is introduced to provide enclosure to the institute as its placed under the shell structure as it provides shade to it.


Section Program

Programming coordinated with the height of the space.

Programming coordinated with priority.

Shell Structure.

Glass Enclosure.


Plan


Light Exploration

Gallery Interior Render


Longitudnal Section


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CREATIVE HUB

PROFESSOR : MARCUS FARR SPRING 2016

The Studio Arts Building concept was developed studying the surrounding area of the American University of Sharjah. The study showed the main element being the shaded areas provided by the plantation around the university. As a result, a Creative Hub was designed mimicing the verticality of the tree trunk. The trunk being the skeleton of the tree was treated as the structure, while the canopy being the skin was treated as the programming space. Giving the ground floor to be the parking level with the primary structure, coloumns, and the other programs spreading on the remaining two floors.

* project in collaboration with Abdurrahaman Baru.


Second Floor Plan

First Floor Plan


Library

Studio


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SUSTAINABLE FLOATING SHELTER

PROFESSOR : CAMILO CERRO SUMMER 2014

Floating Shelter was designed as a sustainable study course in Cambodia. The project included a study of sustainable materials ranging from the use of bamboo and oil barrels, both items that are in sufficient supply in the state. The design was made to house eight family members on the rivers of Siem Reap. The designed was adapted and inspired by the Shotgun House style, with the living area on one side and the rooms on the other with a clear passage way to take to both ends of the shelter. The 2nd floor of the shelted served as a storage for boats and fishing nets aside from hanging hammocks.


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SLEEPING AREA BATHING SPACE LIVING SPACE DINING AREA PRIVATE BALCONY PUBLIC BALCONY PRIVATE PORCH PUBLIC PORCH HYDROPONICS JAPENESE WOODWORK PVC PIPES SOLAR PANELS STAINLESS STEEL TRUSS


Plan

Axonometric View

Elevation

Exploded View


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DIGITAL NATURALISM PROFESSOR : FAYSAL TABBARAH SUMMER 2015

A hypothetical shelter designed using Maya and Keyshot.


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