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PERSONAL DETAILS Fatma Ben Hfaiedh Architect 17th October 1992 Tunis, Tunisia
LANGUAGES Arabic English French
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Aiming for more knowledge and professional experience in architecture intermediately with the passion for art work.
Master Degree of Architecture
Bachelor Degree of Architecture
High School Diploma
ENAU “National School of Architecture and Urban Planning“ / Tunisia ENAU “National School of Architecture and Urban Planning“ / Tunisia ”Third Secondary School” / Saudi Arabia
IDP Intern Architect “1 Year” BAAK STUDIO Architects / Tunisia
“INTERFERENCE” Light Art Festival Art Mediator, Tunis
Intern Architect “1 Month” Manipulazione Internazionale / Russia, Moscow
“Kerkennah Sustainable Devlopment” Université du Prientemps Internationale Kerkennah
Intern Architect “2 Months” Taoufik Zarrouk Architects / Tunisia
“Not In My Name” International Exchange program ERASMUS+, Italy
SOFTWARES SKILLS Advanced
AutoCAD / Revit / Sketch up / Lumion / Adobe Suite / Microsoft Office
Rhino / V Ray
PUBLICATION Rethinking The Future “Arsenal Museum”
EVERYWHERE C A R G O
SELECTED WORKS PROFESSIONAL WORKS
MS ELECTRIC +
Protruding into the Mediterranean sea, the strategically defendable position of El Mehdia gives it a unique character. at the time of its creation, this ancient city of the Maghreb has become a considerable cog in the urban development of the Sahel. Marked by a moving past, the city of El Mehdia has always managed to maintain the wealth that characterizes it for several centuries.
Considering the existence of a Phoenician harbor in the old town of El Mehdia, came the idea for a memorial pavilion for the great heptere warship.
The interior space of the pavilion is an upscale version of an inverted hull of the warship. The central position of the heptere exposes the visitors of the pavilion to its imposing scale.
Half the structure of the hull is open to the harbor and the old town to maintain a visual link. The South-East elevation is a series of altered panels to create a shading system.
02 MEDITATION CELLS In our contemporary life, an abyss separates the citizens from nature. As is the urbanization in the city of Tunis. Distracted from nature the citizens live their daily life unaware of its impact on their mental health. The city inflicts stress upon its inhabitants with its pollution, artificial aspect and the lack of green spaces. An opportunity to escape this phenomenon may be possible by seeking a meditation refuge in the countryside of Tunis. The chosen site is Port De Prince in the region of Takelsa granting interesting landscapes and vistas.
1. Forest Meroua
2. Forest Korbos
Pollution The city Density
Scale : 1/500
The site is located upon a cliff by the sea, with an important landmark of an ancient fort at the top. Stashed levels of rocky grounds presents a potential to fragment the project, isolate the individual meditation cells and take advantage of the views of the landscape.
1-2 Admission/Information 3 Exposition hall 4 Staff residence 5 Stambeli patio
6 Sanitary 7 Meditation hall 8 Yoga rooms 9 Lounge 10 Meditation cells
The meditation cells are implanted on the west side of the cliff to isolate them from the rest of the project providing the visitor with a peaceful and serene retreat. The cold small inside of the cell creates a solemn ambiance that accents the meditation state.
To preserve the Tunisian spiritual music patrimony of Stambeli, a patio shaped pavilion was dedicated to performing music, spiritual rituals and teaching session of the ways of Stambeli to the visitors. The low frame of the project conserves the natural landscape of the cliff.
Located north of the kerkennah archipelago, the peninsula of Sidi Founkhal has varied and interesting characteristics to host an eco-tourism project. Kerkennah population doubles in the summer season with the arrival of tourists.
Kerkennah plants classification
The SQIFA project challenges were the protection of nature; local culture and respecting the objectives of ecotourism, by focusing on a very soft tourism. The cultural tradition very present in kerkennah is an asset to be valued. Thus, the project sqifa proposes to represent the island as a traditional Tunisian house, in which one enters with mutual respect of Kerkennahâ€™s lifestyle. Meetings between tourists and locals will be promoted throughout the sidi founkhal site, especially on the west side where the litoral will be slightly developed and offer various leisure activities for all, but also in the zone of the orchards to the south which will be valorized by the setting up of participative gardens that invites tourists to take part in this activity alongside the kerkenians.
A public space can be built around the marabot to create a space for exchanges and meetings, it will be linked to the archipelago. A more developed sector for tourism will take place in the east side of the peninsula, with the development of wooden cabins on stilts built in harmony with the palm trees and made of local materials. The beaches will be reserved for touristic infrastructure, while those of the north will offer a bathing oppurtunity for any public.
The directive of this project was to create micro spaces with a minimal ground occupation, which led us to a vacation house that could be implanted in any environment, with modular platforms/spaces and sustainability. LEVEL 1 Kitchen/WC
Creating 4 platforms for the projectâ€™s different spaces. Placing the container on its small base
Strengthening the removed walls of the container with a diagonal metallic structure on the sides.
Maximizing openings for natural light.
Using the containerâ€˜s door as a support for photo-voltaic panels.
LEVEL 2 Living room
LEVEL 3 Garden/Meditation
LEVEL 4 Bedroom/observatory
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The circulation between levels is made of different types of stairs and ladders, as a way to maximize the usable space of each floor. The window shades are a possible extension for a terrace.
BETNA DUPLEX A private design commission of a 3 levels building, a Pharmacy on the ground floor and a living space of the client on the first, second and third floors, the project is located in Betna, Algeria. The main concern of this project is to minimize the openings on the surrounding environment to keep the privacy of the living space.
Living space Pharmacy Garage Terrace
The inspiration of the volume was a massive cube on a transparent base, the windows represent a movement of sculpting a block of marble.
To build the claustra in cement panels, a double claustra was put in place on both sides of the wall. The cover of the joints is done with a bung weapon to avoid cracking.
Concrete tying Additional wall Concrete tying
After the construction of the slabs of the duplex, a rectification of their allignement was made with the addition of small exterieur retaining walls.
Ciment panel Window case Glass
MS ELECTRIC + A redesigning project of an old storage shed into a showroom and a shop. The existing building occupies a total area of 800m2, composed of a ground floor and a partial floor. The idea of the volume is to design of a translucent and dynamic envelope that covers the upper part of the building. This perforated sheet cladding will also serve as a highly visible rotunda image of the project on the main street, as well as a chart element for the Ms electric + stores.
CAFETERIA PUBLIC ENTRY
Partial level storage space Merchandising vitrine Stairs Counter Client box area
Envelope Advertising screen
The main elevation of the showroom is divided into 2 parts : An envelope made of perforated aluminum panels and a lower part covers the existing wall with aluminum tubes.
Bolt Perforated Aluminum panel 100x200 cm / E = 2 mm
T shaped iron
Cube shaped iron 30x30 cm
CUN The project is a layout of a modular coworking space floor, the coworking spaces of the building will be intended for renting according to the demand. FIXED
How to design creatice work spaces?
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Individuals need an ecosystem of interconnected spaces and equipment for each stage of creative work. A successful ecosystem includes mobile and integrated technologies, as well as spaces for individual (I) and collective (We) work.
ISOLATED OFFICES STANDING MEETING COPY STATION 02
OPEN SPACE 03 SOCIAL HUB OPEN SPACE 01 STANDING MEETING COPY STATION 01
OPEN SPACE 02
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