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PORTFOLIO AMMAR M. LOBANI

ARCHITECT, DESIGNER & SPATIAL PLANNER

PART I


AMMAR M. LOBANI

ARCHITECT, DESIGNER & SPATIAL PLANNER

RESTORATION OF METE BOYACI’ YA AIT KONUT (1925), CATALKOY, TRNC WITH SEQUANCE PLANNING & DESIGN BERUE

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AMMAR M. LOBANI

ARCHITECT, DESIGNER & SPATIAL PLANNER

RESTORATION OF METE BOYACI’ YA AIT KONUT (1925) CATALKOY, TRNC. BEFORE

AFTER

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AMMAR M. LOBANI

ARCHITECT, DESIGNER & SPATIAL PLANNER

RESTORATION OF METE BOYACI’ YA AIT KONUT (1925) CATALKOY, TRNC. Implementation

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AMMAR M. LOBANI

ARCHITECT, DESIGNER & SPATIAL PLANNER

RESTORATION OF METE BOYACI’ YA AIT KONUT (1925) CATALKOY, TRNC.

BEFORE

AFTER

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AMMAR M. LOBANI

ARCHITECT, DESIGNER & SPATIAL PLANNER

RESTORATION OF METE BOYACI’ YA AIT KONUT (1925) CATALKOY, TRNC.

BEFORE

AFTER

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AMMAR M. LOBANI

ARCHITECT, DESIGNER & SPATIAL PLANNER

RESTORATION OF METE BOYACI’ YA AIT KONUT (1925) CATALKOY, TRNC.

BEFORE

AFTER

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AMMAR M. LOBANI

ARCHITECT, DESIGNER & SPATIAL PLANNER

RESTORATION OF METE BOYACI’ YA AIT KONUT (1925) CATALKOY, TRNC.

BEFORE

AFTER

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AMMAR M. LOBANI

ARCHITECT, DESIGNER & SPATIAL PLANNER

RESTORATION OF METE BOYACI’ YA AIT KONUT (1925) CATALKOY, TRNC.

BEFORE

AFTER

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AMMAR M. LOBANI

ARCHITECT, DESIGNER & SPATIAL PLANNER

RESTORATION OF METE BOYACI’ YA AIT KONUT (1925) CATALKOY, TRNC.

BEFORE

AFTER

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AMMAR M. LOBANI

ARCHITECT, DESIGNER & SPATIAL PLANNER

RESTORATION OF METE BOYACI’ YA AIT KONUT (1925) CATALKOY, TRNC.

BEFORE

AFTER

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AMMAR M. LOBANI

ARCHITECT, DESIGNER & SPATIAL PLANNER

RESTORATION OF METE BOYACI’ YA AIT KONUT (1925) CATALKOY, TRNC. LOFT KITCHEN PROPOSAL INTERIOR DRAFTS

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AMMAR M. LOBANI

ARCHITECT, DESIGNER & SPATIAL PLANNER

MEMORIAL LINE SUSTAINABLE URBAN DEVELOPMENT OF VAROSHA,TRNC WITH SEQUANCE PLANNING & DESIGN BERUE & GAU

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AMMAR M. LOBANI

ARCHITECT, DESIGNER & SPATIAL PLANNER

MEMORIAL LINE: SUSTAINABLE URBAN DEVELOPMENT OF VAROSHA In this project, according to the existing deterioration and political, architectural, historical significance of buildings, we are approaching with three strategies:

A. INTERVENTION STRATEGY

B. INSERTION STRATEGY

C. PRESERVATION AS A RUIN STRATEGY

The main reason in this arrangements is, when a building is used , the most important and meaningful factor in the design is the relation between the old and new. Not only in the building structures and materials, but in meaningful relations for the residential and their new united life style.

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ARCHITECT, DESIGNER & SPATIAL PLANNER

MEMORIAL LINE: SUSTAINABLE URBAN DEVELOPMENT OF VAROSHA A. INTERVENTION STRATEGY Buildings in this strategy don’t need any additional structure or new materials. This group of buildings will help to continue the character of the area. Therefore, the restoration and revitalization of it will be done with the original materials and structure.

These buildings are categorized as having: 1. Monumental Value. 2. Exceptional Value. 3. Architectural value. 4. Environmental Value. If these buildings are structurally in a bad condition, except those that have monumental value, exceptional value and architectural value, we have to put them into (Preservation as a ruin) strategy III.

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MEMORIAL LINE: SUSTAINABLE URBAN DEVELOPMENT OF VAROSHA

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AMMAR M. LOBANI

ARCHITECT, DESIGNER & SPATIAL PLANNER

MEMORIAL LINE: SUSTAINABLE URBAN DEVELOPMENT OF VAROSHA B. INSERTION STRATEGY This strategy is for buildings that have important architectural value but are without roofs and in poor structural condition. With this strategy, we would like to show how old and new can be brought together. However, it is important to keep the character of the buildings but sometimes other interpretations are required.

Insertion is a practice that established an intense relationship between the original building and the remodeling, and if well executed, allows the character of each to exist in a strong and independent manner. insertion, as the words suggests is the introduction of a new element into, between or beside an existing structure.

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AMMAR M. LOBANI

ARCHITECT, DESIGNER & SPATIAL PLANNER

MEMORIAL LINE: SUSTAINABLE URBAN DEVELOPMENT OF VAROSHA

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AMMAR M. LOBANI

ARCHITECT, DESIGNER & SPATIAL PLANNER

MEMORIAL LINE: SUSTAINABLE URBAN DEVELOPMENT OF VAROSHA C. PRESERVATION AS A RUIN STRATEGY This strategy includes the buildings which are neutral, not fitted to the environment or environmental value but in a bad structural condition, bad faรงade condition and without a roof. It also includes ruined buildings. However, by using this strategy we would like to emphasize the importance of the green and landscape elements.

In other words, this strategy is a landscape design. There are three reasons for this strategy: 1. Varosha has been inaccessible for more than forty years and now there is some empty land because of demolition . 2. The economic factors because the damage is substantial . 3. It is a piece of memory and tourist attraction as well.

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AMMAR M. LOBANI

ARCHITECT, DESIGNER & SPATIAL PLANNER

MEMORIAL LINE: SUSTAINABLE URBAN DEVELOPMENT OF VAROSHA

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ARCHITECT, DESIGNER & SPATIAL PLANNER

MEMORIAL LINE: SUSTAINABLE URBAN DEVELOPMENT OF VAROSHA DEMOLISHED AREA We want to demolish these buildings due to the condition, structure and will put a substitute for projects that have a plan.

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AMMAR M. LOBANI

ARCHITECT, DESIGNER & SPATIAL PLANNER

MEMORIAL LINE: SUSTAINABLE URBAN DEVELOPMENT OF VAROSHA

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AMMAR M. LOBANI

ARCHITECT, DESIGNER & SPATIAL PLANNER

MEMORIAL LINE: SUSTAINABLE URBAN DEVELOPMENT OF VAROSHA BEFORE

AFTER

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AMMAR M. LOBANI

ARCHITECT, DESIGNER & SPATIAL PLANNER

MEMORIAL LINE: SUSTAINABLE URBAN DEVELOPMENT OF VAROSHA MOST IMPORTANT BUILDINGS IN VAROSHA CITY THAT MUST BE RESTORED

These buildings are categorized as having: - Monumental Value. - Exceptional Value. - Architectural value. - Environmental Value. - Not suitable as environment buildings.

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AMMAR M. LOBANI

ARCHITECT, DESIGNER & SPATIAL PLANNER

MEMORIAL LINE: SUSTAINABLE URBAN DEVELOPMENT OF VAROSHA LANDUSE

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AMMAR M. LOBANI

ARCHITECT, DESIGNER & SPATIAL PLANNER

MEMORIAL LINE: SUSTAINABLE URBAN DEVELOPMENT OF VAROSHA MASTER PLAN

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AMMAR M. LOBANI

ARCHITECT, DESIGNER & SPATIAL PLANNER

MEMORIAL LINE: SUSTAINABLE URBAN DEVELOPMENT OF VAROSHA COMMERCIAL CENTER PROPOSAL

COMMERCIAL CENTER SITE PLAN

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AMMAR M. LOBANI

ARCHITECT, DESIGNER & SPATIAL PLANNER

MEMORIAL LINE: SUSTAINABLE URBAN DEVELOPMENT OF VAROSHA BUILDING DETAILS

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

FIRST FLOOR PLAN

SECOND FLOOR PLAN

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ARCHITECT, DESIGNER & SPATIAL PLANNER

MEMORIAL LINE: SUSTAINABLE URBAN DEVELOPMENT OF VAROSHA BUILDING DETAILS

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AMMAR M. LOBANI

ARCHITECT, DESIGNER & SPATIAL PLANNER

URBAN BEAUTIFICATION GIRNE CITY CENTER, TRNC WITH KYRINEA MUNICIPALITY AND GAU

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AMMAR M. LOBANI

ARCHITECT, DESIGNER & SPATIAL PLANNER

URBAN BEAUTIFICATION IN THE HEART OF GIRNE After assessing the site and its surrounding and after many visits to the location we have come to conclude that the area is in a very poor condition badly constructed and not well planned, the area is used by many different groups of people and a high density of students in the area was noticed due to having a school close by most of which run away to smoke, the atmosphere was unorganized and in some areas very unhealthy, our main aim in our approach was to create a safe and healthy environment where people of all ages can enjoy and move around comfortably and safely inside the heart of girne presenting a very new and modern urban beautification standard, and relocating old functions to a different location and placing art galleries a big library and social areas such as cafes and restaurants, giving an open area that controlled mostly to allow the school children to circulate in a safe environment. LOCATED IN CITY CENTER, GIRNE, TRNC

EXISTING SITUATION

ANALYSIS

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AMMAR M. LOBANI

ARCHITECT, DESIGNER & SPATIAL PLANNER

URBAN BEAUTIFICATION IN THE HEART OF GIRNE PROPOSED SITE PLAN

PROPOSED FACADE CLEAN UP MAINLY CYPRIOT STONE, STEEL, AND GLASS

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ARCHITECT, DESIGNER & SPATIAL PLANNER

URBAN BEAUTIFICATION IN THE HEART OF GIRNE PROPOSAL

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AMMAR M. LOBANI

ARCHITECT, DESIGNER & SPATIAL PLANNER

URBAN BEAUTIFICATION IN THE HEART OF GIRNE PROPOSAL

MAIN ENTRANCE

FURNITURE AND SITE COMPONENTS

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AMMAR M. LOBANI

ARCHITECT, DESIGNER & SPATIAL PLANNER

LINKING THE NEW HARBOR YENI LIMAN, GIRNE, TRNC WITH KYRINEA MUNICIPALITY AND GAU

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AMMAR M. LOBANI

ARCHITECT, DESIGNER & SPATIAL PLANNER

LINKING THE NEW HARBOR : YENI LIMAN, GIRNE, TRNC SITE PLAN Yeni Liman Boulevard is connecting between Yeni Liman roundabout and the port to the north side.

Adding a new roundabout after Yeni roundabout, on the last intersection before the port could be a good idea, to manage the traffic, and avoid accidents as well.

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Commercial Residential

There are many students who are waiting the buses next to Yeni Liman roundabout in the sun and sometimes in winter. Therefore, they need a proper bus stop, which have enough space for the buses, to ease the traffic jam it cause.

SECTION A/A

By adding Bicycle lanes, pedestrian, parking lots and landscape, we are encouraging people to walk in a safe and healthy environment.

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AMMAR M. LOBANI

ARCHITECT, DESIGNER & SPATIAL PLANNER

LINKING THE NEW HARBOR : YENI LIMAN, GIRNE, TRNC ZONED AREA THE BUS STOP LOCATED BEFORE MANIPENI RESTAURANT.

PROPOSAL

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AMMAR M. LOBANI

ARCHITECT, DESIGNER & SPATIAL PLANNER

SOCIO-PSYCHOLOGICAL REHABILITATION TOWARD WAR VICTIMS WITHIN SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE DEVELOPMENT IN AZRAQ, JORDAN GRADUATION PROJECT, GAU

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SOCIO-PSYCHOLOGICAL REHABILITATION

AMMAR M. LOBANI

ARCHITECT, DESIGNER & SPATIAL PLANNER

TOWARD WAR VICTIMS WITHIN SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE DEVELOPMENT IN AZRAQ, JORDAN.

During war, civilians forced to attend a huge amount of events, which caused a mental, social, and physical disabilities. These events are decreasing the ability of development in our societies.

Figure 1: The image that brought Yarmouk Camp to the world's attention, thousands of refugees queue for food in February 2014.

"STATEMENT ” "The traumatic stress among war victims and rehabilitation development for displaced victims in Jordan is a very important aspect that affects the community and stability. In addition, traumatic events are causing war victims a lot of stressors, which are decreasing of reactivity and it creates the bases for the development of socio-psychological disturbances".

Figure 2: Image for arrested Palestinians by Israeli Zionist militias From the book, “Zoom In, Palestinian Refugees of 1948, Remembrances.

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SOCIO-PSYCHOLOGICAL REHABILITATION

AMMAR M. LOBANI

ARCHITECT, DESIGNER & SPATIAL PLANNER

TOWARD WAR VICTIMS WITHIN SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE DEVELOPMENT IN AZRAQ, JORDAN.

Figure 3: The damage that had been subjected to severe fighting between government and rebel forces.

Physical Events:

Social Events:

Mental Health & Psycho:

- Home attack or loss. - Being in a captivity or hostage. - Torture and violence.

- Death of a family member or a relative. - Being at the occupied territory. - evacuation without parents and being unaware of their location - conflict between family members on basis of ethnic differences

- Being witness of death. - Being in the area of bombing or under fire. - serious problems during evacuation.

PROJECT AIM The Aim of this project is to use the vast number of war victims among refugees who are entering the country, to help with the growth of well organized and carefully planned areas in Jordan such as Azraq. at the same time, helping these war victims and refugees to rehabilitate them selves and lead a fair life, by giving them a chance to work and gain shelter in a manner that fits with human rights and dignity.

PROJECT GOALS - To transform Azraq desert land to productive green farming environment. (Main Aim) - To support war victims who faced a traumatic event, which affected them in socio-psychological way. - To increase the socio-psychological development to war victims in jordanian communities. - To give the victims a chance to rehabilitate in a decent quality environment away from war. - To help trauma victims overcome money unemployment, illiteracy and low educational attainments. - To provide protection, stability, and security for war trauma victims. - To integrate victims with the jordanian locals. - To provide a gathering and meeting spaces for seperated families. - To maintain culture socialization among communities. - To sustain the agriculture in urban growth of Azraq city. - To provide job opportunities for Jordanian poor families. - To provide a social, educational, and environmental spaces for locals.

SHORT-TERM The refugees and war victims will help in the growth of these desert lands and also maintain there non permanent stay in Jordan in a controlled environment, but at the same time impacting the economy in a positive way.

MID-TERM Introducing local farmers and businessmen to these rehabilitated areas and provide them with opportunities to establish farm lands in desert areas of Azraq, changing it to a green and healthy farming environment.

LONG-TERM These areas will have a huge impact on the local economy by boosting the primitive and basic life necessity such as crop farming and live stock in such areas transforming Azraq from a desert non used land to the agricultural capital of Jordan.

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AMMAR M. LOBANI

SOCIO-PSYCHOLOGICAL REHABILITATION

TOWARD WAR VICTIMS WITHIN SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE DEVELOPMENT IN AZRAQ, JORDAN.

LOCATION Azraq is a small town, located in east of Jordan, 100 km away from Amman. It has a population of around 26.000 capita, most of them are Druze or Chechen. It is a hot/humid remote desert area, but it is the only permanent source of freshwater for almost 13000 km/2 of desert.

Figure 4: Qasr Azraq Jordan

SITE ACCESSIBILITY

FROM/TO AZRAQ Amman Zarqa Irbid aL-MAFRAQ AZRAQ CAMP UAE CAMP

TIME NEEDED 1:30 min 1 hr 2 hr 1:30 min 25 min 36 min

GOVERNORATE Amman Zarqa Irbid AL-MAFRAQ AL-AZRAQ

Population 1,942,066 792,665 307,480 287,300 12.000

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SOCIO-PSYCHOLOGICAL REHABILITATION

AMMAR M. LOBANI

ARCHITECT, DESIGNER & SPATIAL PLANNER

TOWARD WAR VICTIMS WITHIN SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE DEVELOPMENT IN AZRAQ, JORDAN.

ANALYSIS

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SOCIO-PSYCHOLOGICAL REHABILITATION

AMMAR M. LOBANI

ARCHITECT, DESIGNER & SPATIAL PLANNER

TOWARD WAR VICTIMS WITHIN SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE DEVELOPMENT IN AZRAQ, JORDAN.

MASTER PLAN DESIGN PROCESS INITIAL MODELNG

INITIAL IDEAS

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SOCIO-PSYCHOLOGICAL REHABILITATION

AMMAR M. LOBANI

ARCHITECT, DESIGNER & SPATIAL PLANNER

TOWARD WAR VICTIMS WITHIN SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE DEVELOPMENT IN AZRAQ, JORDAN.

MASTER PLAN DESIGN PROCESS STRATEGIES

Approach

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AMMAR M. LOBANI

ARCHITECT, DESIGNER & SPATIAL PLANNER

TOWARD WAR VICTIMS WITHIN SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE DEVELOPMENT IN AZRAQ, JORDAN.

PROPOSED LANDUSE

A

A

PROPOSED MASTER PLAN

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SOCIO-PSYCHOLOGICAL REHABILITATION

AMMAR M. LOBANI

ARCHITECT, DESIGNER & SPATIAL PLANNER

TOWARD WAR VICTIMS WITHIN SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE DEVELOPMENT IN AZRAQ, JORDAN.

REHABILITATION ZONED AREA

SECTION A/A SKETCHES

HOUSING UNITS CONCEPT

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SOCIO-PSYCHOLOGICAL REHABILITATION

ARCHITECT, DESIGNER & SPATIAL PLANNER

TOWARD WAR VICTIMS WITHIN SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE DEVELOPMENT IN AZRAQ, JORDAN.

HOUSING UNITS PROPOSAL UNIT NUMBER 1

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

SECTION A/A

SECTION B/B

UNIT NUMBER 2

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

FIRST FLOOR PLAN

SECTION B/B

SECTION A/A

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AMMAR M. LOBANI

ARCHITECT, DESIGNER & SPATIAL PLANNER

TOWARD WAR VICTIMS WITHIN SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE DEVELOPMENT IN AZRAQ, JORDAN.

INITIAL 3D DRAFTS

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SOCIO-PSYCHOLOGICAL REHABILITATION

AMMAR M. LOBANI

ARCHITECT, DESIGNER & SPATIAL PLANNER

TOWARD WAR VICTIMS WITHIN SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE DEVELOPMENT IN AZRAQ, JORDAN.

INITIAL 3D DRAFTS

GREEN HOUSE PROPOSAL

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

SECTION A/A

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