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A rige Naccache

[ Architect - Interior Designer - Landscape ]

ARCHITECTURAL PORTFOLIO 05


Arige Naccache

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[ Architect - Interior Designer - Landscape ]

The following portfolio contains work from my RIBA part I BA Architecture degree over the last three years period at the Faculty of Architecture and Built Environment at Beirut Arab University from 2015-2018. The work in this portfolio has been edited to provide an abridged volume, however original PDF Files and complete works are available upon request.

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01 Resume

02 Opera House of Beirut 03 Urban Development of Karentina 04 Hotel Karentina

05 Vocational school 06 Office Building


01 Resume

A

Beirut, Lebanon

rige

Naccache

+961 81 866 778 22 Dec, 1993

[ Architect - Interior Designer - Landscape ]

I’m

COVER LETTER

Arige,

and

in

Beirut Arab University

Beirut. Known for

HR management,

being

I am writing this to express my interest in the position of architect in your company.. I have worked in my field for 9 months in Lebanon and in Ivory Coast in professional architecture firms.. My experience in Abidjan “ Lines and Visions” firm in 2017 included design A to Z to commercial, residential and retail projects, interior design project to an office and meeting room space for the french bank in Ivory Coast BICICI, and finalizing a luxurious residential compound for an Italian customer where there was one to one customer- architect interaction, where I gained presentation and architectural marketing skills. I also gained experience writing tender documents, understanding the terms and conditions of the company and the required information to include in such documents (timing- cost- policies- information about the two parties and thier role in the project- concequences of delay- etc.). As for my experience in Lebanon with “ Spectrum Engineering Consultants” firm in 2015 included taking part in designing the elevations and detail drawings of the ministry of tourism in Irbeel. I also took part in detail drawings and bills of quantities for a mall in Bellarussia. My experience included building permits as well. I also did some freelance work, the one project that left a mark was taking part in the design of an orphanage. It is always great to invest one’s skills in helping the less fortunate. I graduated from Beirut Arab University in 2017 with a BArch degree- RIBA part 1, earning a B (85%) in my graduation project. Graduating from this university was a tough journey full of sleepless nights, which made me familiar to working under pressure and long working hours in my professional experience. I feel I am suitable for the position of designer architect, since I have experience in various domains, yet I’m young, efficient, creative and energetic. It is important to me to keep the company’s good image. Should you require any additional information, don’t hesitate to contact me. I look forward to hearing from you, Yours sincerely,

2011-2017

Completed my B.Arch (RIBA Part I) Earned a B (85%) on my senior graduation project. GPA: 2.70

positive,

passionate

S OFTWARES

E DUCATION

born

raised

arige.naccache@outlook.com

and

very hardworking.

AutoCAD

Rawdah High School

I enjoy designing

2010

Lebanese Baccalaureate in General Science Lebanese Preparatory School Broumana High School

and it is more than a job to me.

2009 2000- 2008

ETC

S KILLS

Photoshop

2016-2017

Software Certificate in Rhino Basic

W ORK E XPERIENCE

Analytical Skills

REVIT

Lines & Vision (Abidjan- Ivory Coast)

Communication Skills Time Management Skills

L ANGUAGES

May- September 2017

• Took part in designing residential and commercial buildings in Ivory Coast. • Photoshop rendering • Sketchup 3D visualization • InDesign Presentations for clients • Direct Architect- Client experience • Interior Renovation for BICICI Bank (GM office and Meeting Room) • Tender Documents

Spectrum Architects (Beirut- Lebanon)

Arabic

Illustrator

June - September 2015

• Took part in designing the ministry of tourism in Irbeel. (facades and plans) • Bills of Quantities of a mall in Bellarussia • Building Permits Documents A to Z • Detail Drawings of the mall in Bellarussia • Detail Drawings for the ministry of tourism in Irbeel.

English French Italian

3D freelance Services

LUMION

June 2015 - Present

InDesign

Animation, realistic renders, concept diagrams, and massing

I NTRESTS Arige Naccache

Reading

R EFERENCES Shopping

Painting

Travel

Singing

Dancing

Mrs. Rasha Hamdar // Project Manager at Lines & Vision

Dr. Saad Khaled

Spectrum Engineering Consultants

// Doctor at Beirut Arab University

// Engineering Firm

www.bau.com

Address. Tallet el Khayat, Beirut

Address. Zone 3, Abidjan, Cote Phone. +961 1 817693, +961 1 309416 d’Ivoire Fax. +961 1 817035 Phone. +225 55 99 69 73 P.O.Box. 114/5029

Mrs. Hiba Mohsen // Instructor at Beirut Arab University www.bau.com


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Opera House of Beirut

The Opera House of Beirut is a monumental project, it’s aim is to be an iconic landmark of the city. I also wanted to create a clear interaction between the project and the public, through transparency, landscape, and smooth design.

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Year: 2017 Graduation Project Location: Beirut, Biel

P E R S P E C T I V E S


Characteristics of Chosen Site

Site Surroundings

Building Heights

Beirut Waterfront Beil Zaytouna Bay

15m

Port Beirut

Hilton Hotel Restaurants Retail

20m

25m

Restaurents Historical Building Offices Mosque Majidieh

40m 60m

25m 25m

Downtown Minet Al Hosn

Beirut Souks Cinema souks Offices Residential

Saray

Design Process

CONCEPT Relationship with site Building orientation with respect to site and it’s surroundings. Main axis connecting site with the project. Entrances to project: main entrance & performer’s entrance Simplicity of the form Smooth simple form, goes with the smoothness and delicacy of ballet dancing, and of music in general. Grand Entrance

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Focus in major on the entrance, especially since it has a corner entrance, where the emphasis would be stronger. The interior is part of the elevation, allowing interaction between the public and the form.

SITE (40m)

Relationship between Beirut skyline and the site


Site Selection Criteria

Opera House Design Challenges

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04 Approach

Sustainability

Flexible and Attractive Form

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03

04

Metropolitan Center

Level of Accessability

Land Area

Context

An opera house with capacity of 1,200 visitors, is most appropriatly located in the center. Hence, it was decided to be put in the Capital Beirut.

The level of accessability for such buildings, is very important to be high. So it is a major aspect to consider the reachability to the site without going through major obsticles..

The land area should allow the availability of a public space or spaces, an approach, and spaces according to program to be as required.

The context surrounding the opera house should consider the quality of people coming to this building and the luxury of this type of art.

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Building Surroundings Facilities that generate potential audience: -Conference facilities -Touristic attractions -Hotels -Residential areas

Zaytoona Bay All the way to the south ENTRANCE FOYER

SECONDARY AUDITORIUM

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PERFORMER’S SPACES

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03

Accessability

GRAND THEATER

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02

Audio-visual Studies

Opera House Main Components

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01

WORKSHOPS

Charle Helou All the way to the north


Floor Plans

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GROUND FLOOR PLAN

FIRST FLOOR PLAN

SECOND FLOOR PLAN

THIRD FLOOR PLAN

FOURTH FLOOR PLAN

FIFTH FLOOR PLAN

SIXTH FLOOR PLAN

SEVENTH FLOOR PLAN


Sections and Facades

SECTION A-A

SECTION B-B

SIDE ELEVATION SECTION C-C

MAIN ELEVATION

BACK ELEVATION


Zonning Diagram Fly tower

Rear Stage

Exhibition Hall Art Gallery Restaurants

staurant & Jazz Lounge

Re

Technical floor/ Lounges Rehearsal

Grand Theater

295 seats

Dressing

295 seats 610 seats

Admin

Entrance Foyer Workshops Workshops

2nd Auditorium

Parking Parking Parking

400 seats

Gift Shops

Environmental Studies Landscape Rich in Foliage and water elements Low maintance Building due to Flexible Design and durable material. Natural Sunlight available in all needed spaces

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Cloak Room

Musical Instruments Storage

Orchestra Pit

Stage Basement

Visitor’s path vs Staff & Performer’s Path Low Energy Consumption in terms of ventilation due to under seats ventilation strategy, allowing hot air to travel upwards.

Sound Lock Area

Visitor’s Path

Revibration time 1.4 sec

Staff & Performer’s Path


PERFORMER’S SPACES

REFRESHMENT LOUNGES

PERFORMER’S ENTRANCE

SECONDARY STAGES

GRAND THEATER

SCENARY LIFT

GRAND ENTRANCE

VIP LOUNGES


INTERIOR SPACES

GRAND ENTRANCE

GRAND ENTRANCE

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MAIN RESTAURANT


In this Opera House design, I focused on using both modern and sophisticated material in the interior. It was important to me to create public spaces, where the opera viewers had a grand entrance, which translates the grandness of the opera itself. The viewers were offered balconies, and lounges as seen in the adjacent pictures. These lounges are refreshment areas, where bars, drinks, snacks and restrooms are placed, on every floor. The design of the lounges, was done in a way that they are changeable on every floor, and so is the void in each floor. This enables a game of light, where when the sun hits the side curtain walls, the reflection of light will vary on each floor, adding a smooth movement of light in different times of the day. The grand entrance’s floor material is fine marble, with high reflective properties. as for the lounges and balconnies’ floor material is beautiful dark oak parquet with high end glass as handrails and chrome frames, and accessories. Elegant, shinny chrome columns act as structural and aesthetic elements throughout the project. LOUNGES AND REFRESHMENT AREAS


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B eirut N o r th G at e D eve l o p me nt

The Beirut north gate development focuses on fixing the urban issue in the Karentina area. The Karentina area is suffering from landfill and horrible conditions of the fishing deck. ANALYSIS OF CURRENT SITUATION

SWOT ANALYSIS

LOCATION

CHECK POINTS: STRENGTH

WEAKNESSES

ORIENTATION OF COMPONENTS >LOCATION NEXT TO SEA >ACCESSABILITY >APPROXIMITY TO PORT

>INDUSTRIAL ZONE >SLUMS ALONG SEA ROAD >LANDFILL OCCUPIES VAST LAND AREA

VIEW CONSIDERATION WIND DIRECTION

FISHING DECK

INDUSTRIAL AREA KARENTINA

>POLLUTION (WATER, AIR, NOISE) >ENVIRONMENTAL CRISIS >MARINE LIFE EXTINCTION

>RE-ORGANIZING THE AREA >RE-LOCATING INDUSTRIAL AND SLUMBS AREA >RE-DEVELOPMENT OF PORT AND LANDFILL

OPPORTUNITIES

AREA OF STUDY

PATTERN AND COMPOSITION

BUILDING HEIGHT VS. VIEW

THREATS

CONCLUSION

CONCEPT & VISION 2 POINTS OF MAIN ATTRACTION: PRIMARY

DECK

INDUSTRIAL AREA OF STUDY

LEISURE FACILITIES

LANDFILL (HEIGHT=25M)

WASTE

WATER POLLUTION

GREENERY

BY SEA & BY PARK ACTIVITIES SECONDARY

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VIEW AND ORIENTATION STUDY

PATTERN AND COMPOSITION (SOLID- VOID)

SECONDARY

DEVELOPED LANDFILL

PRIMARY

URBAN VOIDS CREATING SHARED SPACES & LANDSCAPE

DECK COMPOSITION ORIENTED TOWARDS DECK GR

EE

NE

RY

BUFFER ZONE (HIGHWAY- PROJECT)


ACCESSIBILITY

BUILDING HEIGHTS

CORNICH DETAILS

VOLUMETRIC STUDY

BUILDING HEIGHT VS. VIEW

DEVELOPED LANDFILL

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MASS PLAN 1/2000

LANDFILL DEVELOPMENT

Landfill Development

LAND USE

THE LANDFILL BECAME A NATURAL SITE: >NEW HEIGHT: 12M

COMPOSITION:

AMPHITHEATER

Cornish Extension Along Seaside

WATERSCAPE

NATURAL RAMPED PASSAGES (4M)

ON HIGHEST POINT OF THE HILL MEDITATION ZONE

Road Extension Marina Deck

PARK (PICNIC AREA, PLAYGROUNDS,..)

CATEGORIZATION

> PUBLIC (REQUIRES DIRECT CONNECTION WITH HIGHWAY) TYPOLOGY: OFFICES AND COMMECIAL Cornish Extension Along Seaside

> FOR TEMPORARY VISITORS ( PASSER BYS) TYPOLOGY: SOUKS, SHOPPING, COFFEE SHOPS > FOR VISITORS THAT ARE ENGAGED IN SPECIFIC ACTIVITIES TYPOLOGY: YACHT CLUB, RENTED APPARTEMENTS, RESTAURENTS

Buffer Zone Between Development and Highway

> IMPORTANT CHECK POINTS ON SITE TYPOLOGY: HOTEL FISH MARKET DOME INDOOR PERFORMANCE/ EXHEBITION AREA WIND AND COMPOSITION RELATIONSHIP THE SHIFTING OF THE COMPONENTS OF THIS URBAN COMPOSITION, ALLOWS A FRIENDLY AIR FLOW WITHIN THE PROJECT.


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Karenti n a R e so r t

The Karentina Resort was designed to try to give a tropical and vacation feel. The focus on the landscape was major, introducing the exotic sense to the view. The material used are both fancy and still gives you warmth, with all the wood and stone cladding

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HOTEL CONCEPT

EVENTS HALL

LOCATION LUXURY FISH RESTAURANT

PARK

DECK

SERVICE ELEVATOR

LAUNDRY Restaurants Rooms

FOOD & BEV Restaurants Rooms Ballroom

HOTEL’S TWO MAIN FUNCTIONS BACK OF THE HOUSE

URBAN DEVELOPMENT

HOTEL (DOUBLE VIEW)

DEVELOPMENT PHASES

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

Developed form

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

Design problem faced a) small lobby/lounge b) deviation of shape made more focus on city view than deck view

E EMPLOYEES ENTRANCE SECURITY CHECK-IN M LAUNDRY P LOCKERS L HOUSEKEEPING SERVICE BAR O STORAGE Y ROOM SERVICE E EMPLOYEES LOUNGE CAFETERIA E S SPACES KITCHEN SPACES

Abstract form curve allowing maximum view

shape development proportion study

GROUND FLOOR P U B L I C

RECIEVING AREA PURCHASING OFFICE SECURITY FRIDGES STORAGES CHEF’S OFFICE COLD & HOT KITCHEN PREPERATION AREAS SERVERY AREA WASH UP SILVERWARE/ CUTLERY STORAGE

LOBBY LOUNGE RECEPTION SHOPS COFFEE SHOP RESTAURANTS ENTERTAINMENT LOUNGE CIGAR LOUNGE SERVICE BUSINESS LOUNGE ADMINISTRATION CONFERENCE & MEETING AREAS BUSINESS CENTER

B U S I N E S S


MAIN ELEVATION

SECONDARY ELEVATION

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SITE PLAN


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3

RESTAURANT

13 CONFERENCE ROOM

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INT. RESTAURANT

14 BUSINESS LOUNGE

5

SERVICE

15 COFFEE SHOP

6

TERRACE

16 HOTEL GARDEN

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CIGAR LOUNGE

17 CORE

8

ENTERTAIN. LOBBY

18 CORNISH

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RESTROOM

19 MARINA DECK

BUSINESS CENTER

20 EMPLOYEES ENTR.

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17

12 MEETING ROOM

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SHOPS

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2

9

11 ADMINISTRATION

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LOBBY

A

1

17

4

5

1

3

2

6

B

20

13

9

15

11

18

12

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16

12

12

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A

B

GROUND FLOOR 1/200


6

7

10

8

9

FIRST FLOOR 1/400

POOL AREA

3 SERVICES

10 LOCKERS & WC

4

OFFICES

11 BANQUET

5

RECEPTION

12 STORAGE

6

POOLBAR & SNACK

13 CORE

7

SPA

21

12 11

9

FOYER

10

2

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8 GYM

4

1 BALLROOM

13

3

12

1

2

5

10

ENTRANCE HALL INTERIOR


TYPICAL FLOOR 1/200

ROOMS ON THE SEASIDE 1/100

ROOMS ON THE SEASIDE 1/100 SUITE PLAN 1/100

ROOMS OVERLOOKING THE PARK 1/100

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BASEMENT FLOOR PLAN 1/400 1 RECIEVING AREA

10 VEG. PREP.

26 LAUNDRY

2 PURCHASING OFF.

11 STORAGE

27 ELECTRO-MECH. ROOM

3 SECURITY

12 EXECUTIVE DINNING

28 LOBBY

4

MEAT FRIDGE

13 WASH UP

29 CORE

5

VEG. FRIDGE

14 SILVERWARE STORAGE

30 REST. LAUNDRY STORAGE

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DAIRYPROD. FRIDGE

15 MAIN KITCHEN

31 SECURITY CHECK

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DRY STORAGE

16 CHEF’S OFFICE

32 CHECK-IN

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MEAT/FISH PREP.

17 SERVERY (HOT/COLD)

33 EMPLOYEES LOUNGE

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PASTRY & BAKERY

18 SERVICE( TO REST/BALLROOM)

34 WC

19 CAFETERIA 20 SERVICE BAR 21 HOUSEKEEPING 1 2

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4

22 LOCKERS/ SHOWERS

3

23 HOTEL FURNITURE STORAGE 24 EXTRA-BED STORAGE

5 6 8 29

7

25 ROOMS LAUNDRY STORAGE

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34

9 10

11

21 29

20 15

28

18 17

12

19

13 14

27

22

26

22 31

23 24

32

25

34 33

30 22 22

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SECTION A-A

SECTION B-B

SEASIDE ELEVATION

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Voc ation al S ch o o l

The vocational school is designed in a way that bans the traditional long corridors of a typical school and instead, introducing courtyards, greenary, interesting spaces and a little sense of pleasure within the building, so that students would look forward to it

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Gym

GROUND FLOOR PLAN 1/500

Main courtyard

FIRST FLOOR PLAN 1/500


VIEW FROM LIBRARY SECOND FLOOR

THIRD FLOOR

MAIN COURTYARD

FOURTH FLOOR

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SECONDARY COURTYARD


CLASSROOM WORKSHOPS

EXHIBITION AREA

SECTION A-A

CLASSROOMS

CLASSROOMS LABS

SECTION B-B

DRAFT AMPHITHEATER GYM

SECTION C-C


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OUTDOOR GATHERING AREA

VIEW FROM GYM


DARK WOOD

DARK GREY STONE CLADDING

BRICK STONE CLADDING

DARK WOOD

NORTH ELEVATION

BRICK STONE CLADDING

DARK WOOD DARK WOOD BRICK STONE CLADDING

EAST ELEVATION WEST ELEVATION

DARK WOOD

DARK GREY STONE CLADDING

BRICK STONE CLADDING

DARK GREY STONE CLADDING

BRICK STONE CLADDING DARK WOOD

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SOUTH ELEVATION


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Waterfront Office Building

The waterfront office building is designed to offer the employees a healthy work environment, through natural sunlight, open spaces and gardens on every floor. This strategy radiates positivity in the working enviroment and increases productivity.

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Geometric composition of the office building shown in the adjacent plans. The structure of this building: thick 70x70 columns supporting large spans of up to 12 m waffle slabs, for this ten story building. . Ground Floor 1/500

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Section A-A 1/500

Section B-B 1/500 10


Front Elevation 1/500 ENTRANCE

GREEN WALL

Back Elevation 1/500

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Side Elevation 1/500

Interior Shots from the office area outdoors


The material used in this project is basically glass with high reflective properties, wooden louvers for shadding, black concrete frames to seal every component making it more obvious and bold. Green terraces within the floors, integrated with the design on the outside, and two atriums were introduced to the higher floors to enable more natural light into the building. These atriums also serve as interior gardens. The geometry of this building makes it interesting, and gives a new combination of greenary and space on each floor. Employees can enjoy the seaview in the saifi area, be productive and feel like they are connected to the outdoors with the gardens. All this is to serve one purpose, “an improved work environment�, removing the sense of being trapped in a building, removing the sense of enclosed spaces, corridors and artificial lighting. And making a smoother design for those who spend long hours at work, without being disturbed by t he space they work in.

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Architecture Portfolio - Arige Naccache  

This portfolio is part of my architectural work in college. © Copyright 2018 Arige Naccache© Copyright 2018 Arige Naccache

Architecture Portfolio - Arige Naccache  

This portfolio is part of my architectural work in college. © Copyright 2018 Arige Naccache© Copyright 2018 Arige Naccache

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