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Amir Hossein Noori Selected works | 2015-2018


AMIR HOSSEIN NOORI

Pa r t I Arch i t e c t u ra l A s s i s t a n t

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CONTACT Address: 38, Holland Gardens, Brentford, London, UK, TW8 0BE Mail: amirhosseinnoori90@Gmail.com Phone:

RIBA Part I / Sep2015 - July2018 University of Westminster , London BTEC Art Foundation Diploma / Sep2014 - May2015 Blake College , London IELTS / 2014 , Band 7 Ealing , Hammersmith and West college of London

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Website: www.amirhosseinnoori.wixsite.com/amirnoori

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REFEREES Dr.Nasser Golzari / Architect Greg Shannon / Architect Lts Architects Director at NG Architects Mail :ngarchitectslondon@gmail.com gs@lts-architects.co.uk Mail: Dr Constance Lau / Senior lecturer University of Westminster Mail : C.Lau@westminster.ac.uk

January 15-26th of 2018 Architectural Assistant at Lts Architects Skills acquired: Working under the deadlines, Critical thinking and attention to detail. Projects: City University Library , The Temple Tasks : Presentation and Diagram designing, Physical Model making , Reseach.

August 2017- September 2017 Architectural Assistant at NG Architects Skills acquired: Time management, Team working. Projects: Seven sisters , 73 Hanworth road Tasks : Site survey, 3D model making, visualization, rendering and collecting the feedback information from the planning report.

July 23rd of 2017 Activity volunteer at Archikids festival Skills acquired: Team working, problem solving and commitment. I experienced working with a professional team and also communicating with children in order to engage them in the activities. I found it very interesting to see how children can think architecturally in their own way.

July 2016- August 2016 Project Set Designer Skills acquired: Working under pressure of deadlines, organisation, self-motivation and multi-tasking. Designing and building a spacial set as the backdrop to a series of events. Using both architectural and graphic design skills.

2014-2016 Event Manager at Iranian students Association Skills acquired: Leadership and team work organisation and flexibility. I am an active member of the Iranian Students Association in my role as the cultural president, I have voluntarily organised and managed a range of events and talks.

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Touch screen menu is the Ć„rst thing the visitors interact with. They can easily choose their meal and wait for it to be 3D printed!


The Phenomenal Building

The proposal is a cultural centre located at Temple station in central London. Continuing from first semester’s Archive Tower located in the courtyard of Somerset House, this project investigates the interrelationship between casting and architecture. The design process is influenced by the idea of ‘phenomenal memory’ and interpretations of the spatial forms as a result of casting. The architecture focuses on the phenomenal qualities of light and shadow, positive and negative space, by means of casting. The openings around the exterior shell of the building are designed to create theatrical performances in the interior spaces. These are achieved through openings designed at different angles. The three key spaces are the gallery, casting workshop and library. The casting workshop produces exhibits for the Living Sculptures Building Galleries in Somerset House. The casting theatre on the top floor showcases the combination of artworks and modern casting technology. The proposal is also a hub for cultural festivals and art exhibitions, as well as holds talks and lectures. The open exhibition space on the east side of the building is designed for temporary stalls and pavilions throughout the year.


Exterior and Interior views

Library interior view

Exterior view from Temple

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The Cafe


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The Somerset House Archive Tower

The Somerset house Archive Tower (known as the Living Sculptures project) is located in the central courtyard of Somerset house in London. The Living sculpture project, addresses the demolition of the old Somerset house and offers the site a solution to preserve the current Somerset house building for the future generations. The key idea of the proposal is to create an archive from the Somerset house ornamentations, statues and architectural elements which are located on the exterior façade. As the intention of the archive was to exhibit the casts of the façade ornamentations of Somerset House, the galleries in which the casts were going to be exhibited, the idea was that they faced the originals of the cast pieces on the façade of the Somerset House. Therefore the galleries were designed in different levels and angles. In another word, the galleries had to be designed in fragments.


The building consists of three main spaces: galleries, storage and café. All of the volumes and the spaces are connected to each other via a central tower which is also the structural core ofthe building. The Storage is located in the lowest part of the tower which stores the cast pieces to be delivered to the galleries by the central lift. The galleries are located in the middle of the tower, surrounding the central core on four sides and then there are two semi-open and closed cafes on the higher levels of the tower. There is also a rooftop in the highest level which has a view of the river Thames and the National Theatre and other surrounding buildings.


The Pina Clinic Project

Pina Clinic is a restaurant in Shoreditch, London. The main concept of the Pina Clinic restaurant is the idea of virtual dining and 3D printing food. The restaurant serves healthy dishes made by the plants which are grown in the building using modern technologies like laser. The dining tables designed with augmented reality screens allow the customers to dine with their friend and loved ones all around the world. The 3D printers play a theatrical performance on the tables of the customers, printing their food. The restaurant’s open source recipe allows the customers to download their favourite recipe and 3D print the food at home.


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Site Analysis

Site analysis

View from outside to site

Paintings on the inside walls

Inside fast food restuarants

Food stores and restuarants nearby In this analysis I’ve tried to identify different options which someone could have to eat in the area. The marked spots are not only restaurants but cafe,food stores and also some bars. 16 15

1 Tesco Express 2 Nostalgia 3 Urban food fest 4 Forget & co 5 Cream 6 Fiesta 7 Andina London 8 Pizza east 9 Pret a Manger 10 Concrete 11 Lyles 12 Dirty burger 13 Pho viet 68 14 Barrio

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This area is fit as a fiddle, with over %95 of the population reporting themselves a s b ei ng i n Go o d o r Ve r y Go o d h ea l t h at this address.

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Indian Ethnic groups in Shoreditch high street

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Age groups in Shoreditch high street

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15 Dragon bar 16 Story deli 17 East London juice

As whole, the UK population claims itself as approximately %86 white, with this area being %83 white.The UK is home to a number of sizable populations of non-white residents, with mixed ethnicity (%2.1), Indian (%2.4) and Pakistani (%1.9) being the largest groups reported.


The individual pieces of timber creat a wall by coming together and turn into a table for visitors in some parts.

Touch screen menu is the ďŹ rst thing the visitors interact with. They can easily choose their meal and wait for it to be 3D printed!

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