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CONTENTS DESIGN TO PLEASE A SENSE


i.

S T U d E N T

w O r k A.

U n d e r g r a d ua t e


2 - di ME n t i O n AL

d r A WinGS Light and Shade Study Pen Work

4 M o n o c h r o ma t i c P o r t r a i t Acrylic colors


2 - di ME n t i O n AL

d r A WinGS

t w o

P o i n t

P e r s p e c t i v e

5

CityScape - Pencil Work

R e s t au r a n t - P e n c i l W o r k

A d o b e H o us e - Ca h r c o a l


2 - di ME n t i O n AL

d r A WinGS

F au x S u r fa c e s f o r D i ff e r e n t M a t e r i a l s : M e t a l - G l ass - F ab r i c - W o o d Pencil Colors

Real

F au x

p a i n t i n g

6


2 - di ME n t i O n AL

d r A WinGS

7

p a i n t i n g

Pencil Colors

Wat e r C o lo r s

Wat e r C o lo r s


2 - di ME n t i O n AL

d r A WinGS

A c r y l i c o n Ca n v as

p a i n t i n g /

s k e t c h i n g

8

O i l o n Ca n v as


3- di M Enti OnAL

m o de ls

p r o d u c t

d e s i g n

Furniture Design & Modeling Scale 1 : 1 M a t e r i a l s : Ca r d b o a r d - Pa i n t

-

r e c y c l i n g

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3- di M Enti OnAL

m o de ls

a r c h i t e c t u r e

10

A Model of:

" S h o j i U e d a M us e um Of P h o t o g r a p h y " i n Ja p a n . b y t h e a r c h i t e c t S h i n Ta k ama t su , a l e a d i n g Ja p a n e s e a r c h i t e c t a n d p r o f e ss o r a t K y o t o U n i v e r s i t y .

M a t e r i a l s : B l a c k f o amb o a r d


G ra p hi c

des i g n

c o r p o r a t e

Yo u t h G r o u p ’ s Lo g o

-

l o g o

d e s i g n

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E x o t i c B i r d ’ s Ga l l e r y c o r p o r at e i d e n t i t y

ma g a z i n e a r t i c l e l ayo u t + p h o t o g r a p h y

P e r s o n a l Lo g o

i d e n t i t y

h ot e l’ s Lo g o

r i c e co m pa n y ’ s Lo g o

l a d i e s c lub ’ s Lo g o

R e a d i n g Cam pa i g n ’ s Lo g o


p h o t og ra ph y

www . i n s t a g r am . c o m / h i d a y a _ b

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des i g n

s tu di o

1

r e s i d e n t i a l

i n t e r i o r

section

d e s i g n

s i t e p l a n - s pa c e p l a n n i n g & l a n d s c a p e d e s i g n

section site plan - landscape design

e l e vat i o n - fa c a d e d e s i g n

section

p e r s p e c t i v e d r aw i n g

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h u m a n

f a c tors

s tu dy

p r i v a t e - p u b l i c /

f o r m a l - i n f o r m a l

t y p o l o g i e s

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w o rk i ng

dra w i ng s

h a n d - d r a w n

a d e t a i l e d , h a n d - d r aw n w o r k i n g d r aw i n g s f o r A l - R i y a d h B a n k p l a n s , s e c t i o n s a n d e l e vat i o n s

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a u t o ca d

2d

-

ph o toshop

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a u t o ca d

3 d

d e s i g n

&

m o d e l i n g

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l a n ds c a pe

des i g n

p u b l i c

p a r k

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des i g n

s tu di o

c o m m e r c i a l

i n t e r i o r

d e s i g n

-

o f f i c e s

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l i g h t i ng

des i g n

r e s i d e n t i a l

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a dva n c ed a group of three project

l i g h ti ng

de sign

c o m m e r c i a l :

r e s t a u r a n t

&

c a f e

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des i g n

s tu di o

c o m m e r c i a l :

h o s p i t a l i t y

-

h o t e l s

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des i g n

s tu di o

c o m m e r c i a l :

M A IN LO B B Y

RECEPTION DE S K

RE S T A U R A NT

LO U NGE

h o s p i t a l i t y

-

h o t e l s

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des i g n

s tu di o

c o m m e r c i a l :

h o s p i t a l i t y

ROY A L S U ITE

LIVING & DINING

B EDROO M

-

h o t e l s

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p ro duct

des i g n/

r e t r o wa l l p a p e r d e s i g n

h andicrafts

-

i n k o n pa p e r

i n s p i r e d b y t h e fas h i o n d e s i g n e r “ ba r ba r a h u l a n i k i ”

a r t s & c r a t fs wa l l p a p e r d e s i g n 2 . 5 m , c u t t e d & p as t e d s h a p e s i n s p i r e d b y t h e a r c h i t e c t “ ba i l l i e s c o t t ”

w a l l p a p e r

-

c a r p e t

a r t d e c o fab r i c d e s i g n

-

-

f a b r i c

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a c r y l i c o n pa p e r

i n s p i r e d b y t h e c o l o r i s t “ S ONI A DEL A U N A Y ”, w h o p r o d u c e d s o m e o f t h e m o s t s t r i k i n g a n d o r i g i n a l fab r i c d e s i g n s o f the modern times.

modern carpet design t h e f o u r s e as o n s carpet


26 i.

S T U d E N T

w O r k B.

B S C . s e n i o r g r a d ua t i o n p r o j e c t


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f i n a l

pres enta ti on

b oard

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f lo o r

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pl a ns

First Floor Plan

G r o u n d F l o o r P l a n - La n d s c a p e

Reflected Cieling Plan


s ec t i o ns

Section A - A

Section B - B

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3d

p ers pec ti v es

l o b b y

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3d

p ers pec ti v es

s p a

32


3d

p ers pec ti v es

b e a u t y

s a l o n

33


3d

p ers pec ti v es

g y m

34


3d

p ers pec ti v es

r e s t a u r a n t

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f u rn i t u re

deta i l s

b e a u t y

s a l o n ' s

m i r r o r

p i e c e

36


f u rn i t u re

deta i l s

Ou t d o o r R e a d i n g C h a i s e L o u n g e

c h a i s e

l o u n g e -

Main Front Desk

P e a r l C o ff e e B a r

f r o n t

d e s k -

b a r

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38 i.

S T U d E N T

w O r k c .

i n t e r n s h i p


p ro j ec t

1

-

res i dential

g u e s t s '

s a l o n

-

c l a s s i c

s t y l e

39


p ro j ec t

1

-

res i dential

g u e s t s '

s a l o n

-

c l a s s i c

s t y l e

40


p ro j ec t

2

-

i ns ti tu tional

evaluating

&

redesigning

a

primary

school

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c o l o r s & pat t e r n s

p r o j e c t : p r o t o t y p e p r i ma r y s c h o o l - g r o u n d f l o o r p l a n o w n e r : m i n i s t r y o f r d u c at i o n

section


p ro j ec t

2

-

i ns ti tu tional

evaluating

&

redesigning

a

primary

school

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i i .

P R O F E S S I O N A L

w o r k

f r e e l a n c i n g


s a b h a ti

c o.

(for

prayer

beads)

b o o t h

d e s i g n

&

e x e c u t i o n

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floor plan floor area 5*5m2

3 d s ma x m o d e l Booth design and execution for a local entrepreneurial company for prayer beads Location: “Nayyara� Banqueting and Conference Centre, Riyadh, KSA

s h o w c as e c us to m d e s i g n


s a b h a ti

c o.

(for

prayer

F i n a l P r o d u c t - S ab h a t i b o o t h d u r i n g Booth design and execution for a local entrepreneurial company for prayer beads Location: “Nayyara� Banqueting and Conference Centre, Riyadh, KSA

beads)

the event

b o o t h

d e s i g n

&

e x e c u t i o n

45


t edx a l ma na h i j A small nonprofit event devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading

stage

design

&

supervision

-

graphic

design

before

su g g e s t e d d e s i g n

3 d s ma x m o d e l Stage design: presentation boards, 3D digital modeling, working drawings and execution supervision Location: Almanahij Private School, Riyadh, KSA

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t edx a l ma na h i j A small nonprofit event devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading

stage

design

f i n a l p r o d u c t - t e d x a l ma n a h i j s t a g e d u r i n g t h e e v e n t Location: Almanahij Private School, Riyadh, KSA

&

supervision

-

graphic

design

47


t edx a l ma na h i j A small nonprofit event devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading

o n - s ta g e B a n n e r s ’ D e s i g n

stage

design

&

supervision

-

graphic

S am p l e o f W o r k i n g D r aw i n g s

B o o k ma r k - F r o n t / B a c k

design

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a lm a n a h i j

s c h o ol

o f f i c e s

-

a d m i s s i o n

&

r e g i s t r a t i o n

o f f i c e

49

S am p l e o f W o r k i n g D r aw i n g s REFLECTED CIELING / LIGHTING OUTLET PLAN

F LOOR PL A N

DETAILED WORKING DRAWINGS FOR A CUSTOM MADE BENCH

a d m i ss i o n & r e g e s t r a t i o n o ff i c e About the Project: After the success of the TEDx stage design which was held in Almahij school, I was commissioned to design several offices within the school; in this project, the main objective was to maximise the sense of space, and adapt all the functions with ease and comfort. Location: Almanahij Private School, Riyadh, KSA


a lm a n a h i j

s c h o ol

3 d m o d e l - a d m i ss i o n & r e g e s t r a t i o n o ff i c e

o f f i c e s

-

a d m i s s i o n

&

r e g i s t r a t i o n

o f f i c e

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a lm a n a h i j

s c h o ol

o f f i c e s

-

t e a c h e r s '

F LOOR PL A N

o f f i c e

S am p l e o f W o r k i n g D r aw i n g s FLOOR PLAN - MAJOR CHANGES

REFLECTED CIELING PLAN

ELEVATION A

TE A CHER S ’ O F F ICE About the Project: After the success of the TEDx stage design which was held in Almahij school, I was commissioned to design several offices within the school; in this project, the main objective was to merge the working environment with a recreational, comfortable and friendly atmosphere, in order to enhance the users’ per formance and mood. Location: Almanahij Private School, Riyadh, KSA

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a lm a n a h i j

s c h o ol

o f f i c e s

-

t e a c h e r s '

52

o f f i c e

er enl atxri na nce g area

sitting area

working area


a lm a n a h i j

s c h o ol

o f f i c e s

-

t e a c h e r s '

sitting & working area

working area

lockers room

c at e r i n g a r e a

o f f i c e

53


p ri v a te

v i l l a

3 d s ma x m o d e l i n g & r e n d e r i n g Several combinations of fabrics, wall paper, and curtains were applied to the client’s existing living room to facilitate the selection process.

f a b r i c -

w a l l p a p e r

&

u p h o l s t e r y

s e l e c t i o n

54


p ri v a te

v i l l a

i n t e r i o r d e s i g n - 3 d s ma x m o d e l i n g This project incorporated a complete design process: site visit & client meeting - furniture layout/selection reflected cieling plan - wall treatement - built-in furniture - 2D/3D presentation boards - client presentation

i n t e r i o r

d e s i g n

&

3 d

m o d e l i n g

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56

iii.

ma

interior b i r m i n g h a m ,

design

u k

birmingham city university (birmingham institute of art & design) the space studio architects & designers


g em

b ou ti qu e

h o te l

j e w e l l e r y

q u a r t e r -

b i r m i n g h a m

-

u k

57

Co mm e r c i a l S e c to r : U K H o s p i ta l i t y Fa c i l i t y: B o u t i q u e H ot e l - r e c e p t i o n a r e a Lo c at i o n : B i r m i n g h am J e w e l l e r y Qua r t e r C l i e n t: k e v i n s i n g h - a r c h i t e c t

ab o u t t h e p r o j e c t:

This project has offered the opportunity to engage at an advanced level with the perspectives of: * Commercial Markets * Design Mrocesses * Models of Design Management by applying a combination of analysis to the evolution of hospitality design sector, including: * Theoretical Analysis * Commercial Analysis * Competitor Analysis * Practical Analysis Throughout the project appreciation of culture was proven by identifying the potential connections that it could have with the notions of new markets, creativity & innovation. S am p l e o f W o r k i n g D r aw i n g s

bu i l d i n g ’ s fa c a d e - a l i s t e d bu i l d i n g

S am p l e o f t h e a n a l y s i s & d e s i g n p r o c e ss


g em

b ou ti qu e

h o te l

j e w e l l e r y

q u a r t e r -

b i r m i n g h a m

-

u k

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entrance

wa i t i n g a r e a

3d model design solution THE LO B B Y – S e a t i n g a r e a t o t h e

r i g h t, r e c e p t i o n to t h e f r o n t

l o bb y


p et c h a

k u c h a

pres e ntation

s e v e n

m i n u t e s

-

2 3

s l i d e s

rAtiONALE & OBJECtiVES

59

This Pecha Kucha presentation was aimed to analyze, understand & critisize the story behind the design, and to appreciate the w i d e r i n f l u e n c e o f ‘d e s i g n w o r l d ’ u p o n t h e designer & his design.

WHAT

U NIVER S ITY O F N A PLE S M ETRO S T A TION

WHO

K A RI M R A S HID

c o v e r pa g e

selected slides


p o et i c

s pa ces

p o e t r y

s t o r y / p r o c e ss d o ss i e r

about

A daydreamer wanted to create a personal future library, and inject the soul of one of her favorite poems in the space. It is a quirky journey that makes intermediate stops before reaching the final destination. It starts by exploring the future of libraries and the physical books. Next, it stops to decode a selected poem entitled “My Life is a gift� and extracts its essence (Haiku). And finally, merges the future library, the client needs and the encoded poem in a three dimensional space. Watch the full story at: www.youtube.com/watch?v=1-OV-fmGD78

+

d e s i g n

=

f u t u r i s t i c

p e r s o n a l

l i b r a r y

60


m a

i nteri or

des i g n

disse rtation

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" To do things differently, we need to perceive things differently " (Thackara, J, 2005)

report rational: This report is primarily concerned with challenging perceptions, and creating a paradigm shift in the way in which designers approach any design problem. This will be addressed by a modest attempt to define and analyze the added value of the Narrative-driven design approach. Although this method has been utilized, consciously or unconsciously by many designers throughout history, it is believed that the tactic is still nebulous. The report tries to explore, define and discuss the latest theories and arguments by contemporary design practitioners (i.e. Nigel Coates, Jenniefer Gadsby, Suzanne Mulder, Kossomann and De Jong), in order to reach a strategic framework, which suggests different techniques and methods to analyze and design.


g ra dua ti o n

project

syrian

pavilion

-

venice

architecture

biennale

62

why:

This project is a continuation of the dessirtation. The main motivation has emerged from the curiosity to discover the possibilities of using space as a medium to communicate & engage the mind and emotions of the receiver, just like what books and movies do.

DESIGN hypothesis:

Suggests that: If The Narrative-Driven Design Approach was used thoughtfully and subtly, the designer can create a paradigm shift in the way spaces are perceived; from aesthetically pleasing containers, to expressive, meaningful and absorbing live realities.


project

syrian

editorial

g ra dua ti o n

title:

‘HUMACITY’: Homs + Human + City : A spatial and theoretical installation for the Venice Architecture Biennale2012-13th International Architecture Exhibition, that re-presents a ’ NOW’ vision and identity for the torn city of Homs.

what & where:

The juxtaposed structural grid represents the buildings and alleys of Homs and is designed to sit metaphorically within the historic armory ‘Artiglierie dell’Arsenale’, emphasizing the illegitimate destruction of this historic deep-rooted city.

why:

“It is in the dialogue with pain that many beautiful things acquire their value.”Alain de Botton. This is a poignant project. The key driver in this humanist project was to draw political attention to the conflict in Syria. Spaces have been semiotically encoded to elicit strong emotional reactions in recipients. These reactions should act as a catalyst for critical thinking, about the ethics of war and its impact culturally and socially.

pavilion

-

venice

architecture

biennale

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user needs:

Typical visitors at the Biennale are design savvy, artistically inclined and intelligent. These archetypes will enjoy the challenge of semiotics interpretation. Visitors will pass through various thresholds before enteringthe double height multilevel installation, and deciding their own route through the maze of destinations. The core design concept wasdriven from spacing apart the different layers of the city (urban fabric, roads network, virtual network), creating amicro city which can be experienced from different perspectives: outside the box (avoidance), inside the box (experience), on top of the box (viewing and following from distance).To elicit emotional reactions in the visitors, distorted scale and materials have been selected for their acoustic qualities and symbolism.

unique selling point:

HUMACITY is an experimental and sophisticated attempt to broaden the meaning and effects of spatial experiences. It also stresses that, as designers, it is imperative to intervene and contribute, even if little, in social and political crisis around the world.


circulation - distination - zoning

floor plan + user journey

g ra dua ti o n

project

syrian

pavilion

-

venice

architecture

biennale

64


intsallation layers

g ra dua ti o n

project

syrian

pavilion

-

venice

architecture

biennale

5

electroluminescent wire light (EL- light) reactive light installation A modular light system that reacts to the sound of its environment.

4

concrete flooring surrounded by a glass box that

embraces

the

city

and

defines

its

boundaries.

3

spatial semiotics - city boxes Derived from the inspiration stage, each box will encode a message that has affected both the buildings and its occupants of t h e c i t y o f H o m s d u r i n g t h e p a s t y e a r.

2

installation base and landmark An abstract version of Homs new clock is represented by vertical columns that rises towards the sky and stands on a mirrored flooring.

1

the black carpet The main oblique route that cuts through the installation.

65


intsallation

g ra dua ti o n

project

syrian

pavilion

-

venice

architecture

biennale

66


city cubes - a semiotc story

g ra dua ti o n

project

syrian

pavilion

perforate it

-

venice

architecture

biennale

connect it

ignore it

rebuild it

disperse it

expose it

interprit it

burn it

remember it

resist it

express it

distort it

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3d rendering

g ra dua ti o n

project

syrian

pavilion

-

venice

architecture

biennale

68


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Bir mingha m, UK (w w w.thespacestudio.com) 2012 Two weeks wor k exper ience placement


res ea rc h

&

pres ent ation

c o mmu n i t y w o r k s h o p ( fu r n i t u r e r e c y c l i n g )

• Sample of research and presentation boards prepared for a community workshop projects Location: Bir mingham, UK Produced by : Vic tor wor ks S of t ware

e x t r a c a r e h o us i n g , ma t e r i a l s ’ s e l e c t i o n & p r e s e n t a t i o n

• Sample of Sample boards created for an extra care (dementia) scheme presentation Location: Bir mingham, UK

b oards

70


n i c h ol a s

da v i s

s a l on

space

planning

&

furniture

layout

n i c h o l as d a v i s b e au t y sa l o n : N u me ro u s de s i gn l ayo u t s fo r a h a i r a n d b e a u t y s a l o n (s p a ce p l a n n i n g ) Location: Bir mingham, UK Produced by : Vic tor wor ks S of t ware

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s t u dent

a ccom modation

massing model - facade design - concept model

s t u d e n t a c c o mm o d a t i o n : Location:

Original Building - Site Visit

Jewellery Quarter conservation area. Birmingham, UK

• Massing model for student accommodation feasibility study.

s t u d e n t a c c o mm o d a t i o n : • Character study of local materials and facades in the heritage quarter. • Taking inspiration from the character study and relevant precedents to complete a concept model of a new student accommodation block

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s t u dent

a ccom modation

concept model

o r i g i n a l bu i l d i n g

massing model - facade design - concept model

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h

a

n

k

y

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