Ghazi Al Ali Architect is a multi-disciplinary architectural and interior design based practice in Sydney with current mixed used developments, hotels, residential apartments and master planning for future living conditions that vary from villages to medium density developments. Ghazi has a strong emphasis on innovative design process that does incorporate environmental sustainable principles ensuring better targets and using BIM technology to assess the yearly expenditure of a building. The focus of the practice is ideas, design thinking and delivering complete solutions for our clients. Every project has a range of creative, technical and strategic contributions from within a team environment. Ghazi Al Ali is actively involved in public discourse with the wider community, ensuring the design approach remains socially and culturally relevant. The time spent in the Middle East reinforces Ghaziâ€™s ability to be tried in different social and professional circumstances and certainly pushing the boundaries to achieve clever solutions where ever the site or condition. The practise has up to 5 projects in the land environment court with 100% track record so far.
Ghazi Al Ali was born in Sydney and graduated from the University of New South Wales, Sydney in 2002. As a final year student, he assisted John Dimopoulos of Geoform Design on various bespoke homes and medium density housing types. Ghazi led senior roles as a graduate with large companies like Scott Carver and Marchese Partners Architects. In 2006-2009 Ghazi ventured to Dubai and was an Associate at Bruce Henderson-Nassar Saeed and designed and completed major land mark buildings. 2009-2011 Ghazi Al Ali Architect collaborated on significant projects with Dale Jones-Evans on Sharif House, Lakemba Master Plan and Lakemba Primary School. Ghazi Al Ali is a registered Architect in NSW 7542 Jakub Urge originally comes from Bratislava, Slovakia. He gained his Masterâ€™s Degree in Architecture and Urban Planning in 2010 at Slovak Technical University in Bratislava. As a student, he assisted in various internationally based practices in Slovakia such as GFI and AZ Project. Jakub collaborated with GFI mostly on multiple awarded commercial buildings, hotels and business centres. Also as a part of the team, Jakub completed several local and international masterplans, heritage preservation projects and gained his proficiency in townplanning with the award-winning AZ Project studio. Jakub has joined Ghazi Al Ali Architect in 2011 and since then he has contributed to a large number of multi-unit residential buildings, educational facilities and community projects which some of them have been already successfully approved by the local authorities. Fulya Karabacak was born in Sydney with a Turkish heritage. She graduated from Sydney institute of TAFE Lidcombe design centre in 2011 with an Advanced Diploma of Interior Design. While studying she had enhanced her passion for design in different fields, as a result of this in her final year she assisted the director of Zanzibar furniture in furniture production, while she gained a vast insight into furniture designing, she didnâ€™t fulfil her passion for interior design. Towards the end of 2012 she joined Ghazi Al Ali Architects and now is assisting in various interior and architectural multi-unit residential buildings and community projects.
QUILLOT TOWER The history of a 16 storey tower development reaches nearly a hundred years back when the premises of local police station and courthouse were erected. The proposal links the heritage and the contemporary part appropriately by emphasising the historical value of retained objects. The development provides 47 units â€“ 2 Commercial, 2 Studio apartments, 15 1-Bedroom apartments and 28 2-Bedroom apartments.
COMMONWEALTH ST A tiny site in Surry Hills has a large number of restrictions. Therefore, the proposal respects the character of the heritage listed area by adding new design principles to meet those requirements. The development has 6 stories which include 3 commercial units and 24 residential units of different sizes, mostly 1-bedroom units, 2-bedroom cross-over units and 3 penthouses. The composition of forms creates interesting symbiosis between the proposed building and nearby surroundings. Living private open spaces are highlights of this proposal.
AUBURN HOTEL The hotel development contains 469 units and its design creates a significant landmark in nearby and far surroundings. The typical unit breakdown for a 9 storey 3 star hotel is 8 Commercial units, 69 Single Key and 196 Dual Key units. The amenities also possess 3 storey basement car parking, cargo loading bay facilities, 24 hour hotel reception and lobby cafe. The building is a benchmark in this type of developments.
JUMERAH TOWER The Jumerah Tower is located in Dubai. Commericial G+21 with 85% floor space efficiency
RIFT 06 Located on a narrow site in Homebush. This development consists of 19 units; 10 2bedroom units and 9 1bedroom units and 2 roof top gardens.
BRIGHTON SHORES Brighton Shores is located in Brighton-LeSands and is the first development singalling the re-gen-trification of Bay Street street scape. Bay St, is a multi unit development comprising of sixty-seven units and eleven commerical spaces with basement parking. Brighton Shores a multi-level complex which combines the very best of luxury living and innovative design.
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Published on Mar 26, 2013