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AL-MAHATA TERMINAL: ACTIVATION OF FRAGMENTS (GRADUATION PROJECT)

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PG. 5-18 AL-MAHATA STATION SUFFERS FROM ISSUES WHICH TEND TO CAUSE FUNC­

THIS PROPOSAL SOUGHT TO CREATE A LINEAR YET DIVERSE MOVEMENT

TIONS IN THE SITE TO WORK MALICIOUSLY TOWARDS ONE ANOTHER. A LACK OF

SCHEME FOR THE ENTRANCE WHILE ALSO IMPLEMENTING A REQUESTED RAMP

DEFINED ENTRANCES AND CONTROL FOR TRANSPORTATION USERS, MARKET

THAT CONNECTS THE BUILDINGS TOGETHER. THE LANDSCAPE ALSO USES

USERS, AND GENERAL PUBLIC

NATIVE TREES TO THE CITY WHICH CREATES A UNIQUE AND ALSO FAMILIAR FEEL WHILE ALSO PROVIDING NEEDED GATHERING SPACES FOR STUDENTS

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Children's Cancer Center

Amman City Hall

Cornell University Performing Arts Center

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The Cornell University Performing Arts center, a Mag­nificent building designed by architect, James Stirling. We were to take this already existing building and study the initial design and thought process behind it then design an extension to it This helped in­troduce the idea of thinking like and architect and learning to mimic their way of design in order to help us learn from them so I could create something unique and well thought out

A project projected at taking ideas and creating geometry. This project worked under the idea of taking an abstract painting and turning it into a building. Articulating ideas through art working them together to create something meaningful. Also, taking poetry and applying it helped make this project truely unique

The Cancer center project revolved around the idea of taking architecture and introducing the concept of emotional thinking into your design. Applying emotions to create something that has more meaning under it's face value. This building shows what it means to experience trauma and lose of life in a way that turns it onto its head and hopes to make it fun for children going through these problems.

The City of Amman, capital of the country of Joi-dan is in desperate need of a new city hall by which everything can operate smoothly and uniformly. This project projected and taught what it means to create a large scale landmark by which the city is defined. Taking elements of everything learned before and applying them to create an Emotional, Theoretical, Mass induced form by which certain Urban and Spatial elements heavily influenced it's design

Artist's Pavillion


Feross Alkhader Junior Architect

About Me

Contact tnformation American Bedford, Texas January 24 th , 1996

Nationality Place of Birth Date of Birth

Email Address Skype Phone.

Ferossalkhader@live.com 724 Blackmoat Pl.,Dayton Ohio 45342 Ferossalkhader@live.com +1 (937) 813-9655

CERTIFICATIONS Sep.-Dec.2017 Jan.2016 Aug.-Sep.2016

WORK EXPERIENCE Aug.-Dec. 2011

Team Reindl & Partner, Nuremberg Germany I Internship • • • • • •

Jun.-Jul. 2016

Assisted across all phases of project development from conceptualization to technical drawings Cloud Based Revit modeling with a team on Factory Building's technical drawings & structural systems Tasked with creation of project renders and presentations targeted towards clients Activities requiring team work, such as Architectural drawings, Physical models, & Contract Revisions Had the opportunity to accompany on various site visits and oversee the construction process Worked on Cost calculation, Material Calculation, & Assisted with Cloud-based architectural schedules

Dec.-Jan.2015

PROFICIENCIES Languages:

Gdar Group for Design and Research, Amman, Jordan I Internship • • · •

Assistance with villa Design, including Technical Drawings and concept development Architectural Competition Entry {Solar Decathlon 2017) Team based review and reimplementation of technical drawings for a large-scale housing project Organization of documents, revision of architectural schedules, & summarization of reports

Computer Programs Autodesk

EDUCATION

Au oCad Revit 3dsMax

Jan 2019

Adobe

Feb. 201s Jut-Aug. 2015 Jun. 2013

Cultural Heritage Training Course I Umm al-Jamal, Jordan •Epigraphic Survery at al-Hallabat and Umm al-Jimal in Coordination with the Jordanian University Geothe Bl German Language Certificate •Certified german language course issued by a governmental program. Archizone AutoDesk Certified Revit Professional Workshop I Amman, Jordan •Autodesk Revit Certified Training Course International College in London 3ds Max & V-Ray Training Course •Professional Training Certificate in 3ds Max and V-ray.

German Jordanian University I Amman, Jordan •Bachel. or of Science in Architecture (B.Sc Architecture), "Very Good" GPA level Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences I Frankfurt, Germany •Exchange Year

Archizone-Academy I Amman, Jordan

•Revit Certified Summer Training Course

AI-Qimma International Schools I Amman. Jordan •Graduated, final grade of 96.2%

Photoshop Acrobat Illus ra or

Other

Lumion Sketchup Rhmoceros V·ray SO 1ceWord S Office PowerPom SO ice Excel

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AMMAN, JORDAN

EAST AMMAN

What Constitutes a Fragment? AI-Mahata Station currently suffers from organization issues which tend to cause functions in the site to work mali­ ciously towards one another. Such as, market congestion and transportation circulation causing increased lag times, Social functions are theoretically there, but don't function as intended, a lack of defined entrances and control for trans­ portation users, market users, and gen­ eral site users further expands the gap. With the soon to be implemented BRT terminal, it threatens to increase the problems in the site and keeps the frag­ mented functions from reaching thier full potential.

Targetted Users Transport Users

Workers

Youth

Intangible/ Abstract

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Activities During Lag Times

Lack of reacreational and in­ teractive spaces, leaving not much to do while waiting. ■ Studying • Shopping ■ eating

High lag times, with waiting lasting up to 30 min­ utes.With the implementa­ tion of the BRT it could in­ creaseto apply their new Weak connections with functions in the site and sur­ rounding the site, not much defined spaces. Cab and bus circulation is problematic, and tends to in­ crease lag times, especially due to the fact that there is no service roads or defined entrances

■ waiting

Lag Times

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30m •1 hour

Site Users Demographics

■ Workers ■ University Students ■ School Students

SOURCE: EASTERN AMMAN GATE DEVELOPMENT, JORDAN STATISTICS


Second Floor Plan

Third Floor Plan

Fourth Floor Plan


Ground Floor Plan

Interior Perspective


PLAYGROUND FLOOR DETAILS

Madaba Disabled Playground The following project is a charity project I designed throughout my final semester at GJU, which consists of a playground for children with various disabilities. All technical details were studied and drafted by me. The project seeks to balance between feasible cost-efficient design, technical skills, drafting abilities, and client-architect relations.


THE PROPOSAL OF A SINGLE PATH THAT UNIFIES THE SITE, CREATING A SIMPLE WALKWAY FOR THE CHILDREN AND ENHANCING THE USER INTERACTION BY CREATING A PILOT PROJECT WHICH CAN BE USED TO CREATE A FLEXIBLE DESIGN THAT ADJUSTS TO SPECIAL NEEDS, PLAYGROUND DESIGN, INTERACTIVITY, AND WHATEVER THE PROJECT NEEDS. T UNIFIES THE SITE, CREATING A SIMPLE WALKWAY FOR THE CHILDREN ON BY CREATING A PILOT PROJECT WHICH CAN BE USED TO CREATE A ECIAL NEEDS, PLAYGROUND DESIGN, INTERACTIVITY, AND WHATEVER

Crea�ng a Space

BLEACHERS DETAILS

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A Path to dictate the design

PARKING PLAN


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Feross Alkhader Architectural Portfolio  

Portfolio for some of the projects done throughout my career.

Feross Alkhader Architectural Portfolio  

Portfolio for some of the projects done throughout my career.

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