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Mohanned Iskanderani Professional Portfolio


This Portfolio is a collection for most of the professional work I have done since graduating university in 2014 until 2019. I have played major rules in over 12 projects in Saudi and international competitions. My work is not limited to Architecture but extends to the Furniture and Art Design fields. I have been involved heavily in producing all of the projects I worked on through Revit with the implementations of Rhino and Grasshopper. I have worked in teams with over 10 Architects/Interior Designer and led teams in Concept Design/Working Drawings phases. My personal work is very different from the Architectural work I do as it focuses on creating extremely complicated forms that are almost impossible to implement into the Architectural field in Saudi as there are many limitations in doing so. The Art and Furniture design work I do is away for me to free my self from the limitations and boundaries Architecture has.


Me

Work Experiences

Education

Al-Kayan Engineering, Senior Architect

Name

Mohanned Iskanderani

Age 29

Northeastern University Boston, MA 6 Years

Nationality

Jeddah Saudi Arabia

Contacts

Extended Education Study Abroad Berlin, Germany 2012 4 Months

Iskanderani.m@husky.neu.edu Mohanned.isk@gmail.com

+966 556605508

Social Media Account Mohanned Iskanderani

Mohanned Iskanderani

Mohanned Iskanderani

Iskanderani.m

Languages

Cambridge High school Cambridge, MA 2 Years

Fluency in English & Arabic

AA Visiting School Summerdlab London UK 2014 3 Weeks

Oct-2018 - Feb 2019 I was primarily focused on managing all of the architects and lead most of the projects as I was involved in purchasing and installing all of the hardwares and softwares needed to proceed with the work. I was also involved in pricing the projects we receive and set up appropriate deadlines with the resources available. I worked on multipule projects as: UBT Female/Male Campus, ASSLA, Apartment Building and many more smaller projects. EdgeArch, Architect

Aug-2014 to Oct 2018

I was the lead Computational Designer at EdgeArch and have been the first architect to introduce and involve Grasshopper and Rhino into the firm, in-house, and successfully involving these softwares in almost every project. I worked on multiple projects such as: Abha International Airport, Al-Baha Airport, King Saud Sustainable Energy Technology Center, King Saud Advance Manufacturing Institute, Saudi Consulate in Karachi, Al-Taif Children Hospital, Local Library, Al-Madinah Welcoming Center, Ektifa Offices.

Collaborations Aug-2014 - Present Collaborations with Artists I have continuously assisted artists in Saudi Arabia like Sami Angawi, Ahmed Angawi, Nassir and Al-Salim, Dania Al-Saib, and many more others to help realize their projects into reality and mainly by using Rhino and Grasshopper. Dec-2017 - May 2018 Marwan Bajnaid Architect Was one of the main Architects working on Takishi Castle master plan designing most of the project, thats including, the castle, the social hub, and the staff campus. I have also been part of the team to propose over 10 concepts for the Venice Binnale.

Modelab Introduction to Parametric Design Manhattan, NY 2011 2 Days

Shakl3D Jan-2017 - Dec 2017 I was involved with Shakl3D to recruit, and teach Jewelry designers to design Jewelry through Rhino and Grasshopper.

AA Visiting Jeddah Jeddah, Saudi 2015 10 Days

Zahid & Zahid Jan-2016 - Dec 2016 I worked with Gem sourcers to help them realize their brand identity by creating their logo, papers, and envelope designs.

Ed Andrews Jan-2014 - Jan 2015 I collaborated with Ed Andrews (An Artist, Sculptor, Painter and Professor) to create tools for him in Grasshopper to design a computational sculpture (Rook) that is currently exhibited in the US.


Teaching Experiences Talks & Lectures I have been invited to speak at multiple places in the past couple of years including: King Abdulaziz University, Effat University, Dar Elhekma University, Jeddah International College, Saudi Design Week 2017, Tasmeemfair 2018. Exhibitions Saudi Design Week, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, 2017. TasmeemFair, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, 2018. Lectures Attended at the GSD & AA Junya ishigami | Toyo Ito | Bjark Ingels | Ben van Berkel | Herzog & De meuron | Christian Kerez | Kazuyo Sejima | Shohei Shigematsu | Rem Koolhas | Moshe Safdie | Jurgen Mayer | Patrick Schumacher | Nader Tehrani | Preston Scott Cohen | Thom Mayne | Daniel Bonilla | Eike Roswag | Saffet Kaya Bekiroglu and many more.

World Architectural Festival - Saudi Consulate in Karachi - EdgeArch 2017 First Saudi Company to ever win an award at The World Architectural Festival Civic Category. The International Architectural Awards - EdgeArch- Abha Regional Airport - 2018 Competed with the design “Refugee Skyscraper” and was published in “eVolo Magazine 3”. Venice Binnale - 2018 Was part of a team that submitted 6 different proposals and made it to the finalist 4 projects.

Digital Implementations of Parametric Design Through the years I have worked at Edge, I have been involved and mainly focused on the concept design stages for every project. I was leading the design of massing, and schematic design phases with the Senior Architects at the firm and implementing any modeling necessary needed through Rhino and Grasshopper while making those geometries easily adjustable or readable in Revit. The below diagrams shows some of the digital processes I got to work on.

Rhino and Grasshopper Workshops I have ran multiple workshops in Jeddah for Rhino and Grasshopper at different universities and private groups. Revit for the Primarily Architectural Model

Recognitions (International/Local) Loft and Fab Award - Rinkak.com - 3D Printing Comeptition - 2015 Competed with a Candle Holder Design and made the finalist 10 from 807 entries. eVolo Skyscraper Competition - 2015 Competed with the “Refugee Skyscraper” proposal and was published in “eVolo Magazine 3” as one of the top 100 projects from 1650 entries submitted for 3 years of the competition.

Rhino for managing all the geometry coming from Grasshopper & in other cases for manually modeling everything fully in Rhino

CAD Drawing Exported for MEP, STR and Client Needs

Building Health Care Award - EdgeArch - Taif Children Hospital - 2015 Awarded Best Future Hospital in Dubai 6th Zahner Biennial Competition - 2015 Competed with Rook in a collaboration with Ed Andrews and made it to the finalist 14 list. Vmodern - 2016 Competed with Raygon, a 3D printed lamp and made it to the Honorable mention list of top 20.

PowerPoint/Illustrator for most of the presentations and all conceptual diagrams

Grasshopper for Facade Designs and some Interior Parts

Excel and Word used for making documents like Space program or sometimes to be used to export complex datas from Grasshopper


Project Index The following projects are most of the mega scale projects I got to work on during my practice in Jeddah since graduating in 2014. I have worked on all different stages for most projects and got to participate in all different tasks of design, presentation, diagraming, printing, reviewing, meeting with clients ....etc.

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Skills (Basic Knowledge to Proficiency) Rhino

Photoshop

Grasshopper

Microsoft Word/Excel/Power Point

Revit

Processing

Sketchup

Maya

AutoCad

Vray

Illustrator

Grasshopper Plug-ins (Basic Knowledge to Proficiency) Kangaroo

PROJECT INDEX

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3

Assla Al-Kayan Engineering

Abha International Airport EdgeArch

Al-Baha Airport EdgeArch

4

Saudi Consulate in Karachi EdgeArch

5

Al-Taif Children Hospital EdgeArch

Weaverbird LunchBox Nudibranch Paneling Tool


6

Advance Manufacturing Institute EdgeArch

7

Al Madinah Welcoming Center EdgeArch

8

Al-Barrak Apartment Building Al-Kayan Engineering

9

10

eVolo 2015 Competition EdgeArch

Le Venice Biennale Marwan Bajnaid Architects

11

12

13

Raygon - Vmodern Competition 2016 Honorable Mention List Firefly Finalist 10 designs for Rinkak3D competition

Rook - Parametric Sculpture Collaboration with Ed Andrews

14

Chaohexa Computational Art Installation

15

Jeddah Ring Design Shakl3d


ARCHITECTURAL PROJECTS


ASSLA Company: Al-Kayan Engineering Area: 1,500,000 sqm Duration: 9 months Number of Designers: 3 Architects and 6 Trainees Description: ASSLA is an Equestrian Hub project that is located between Jeddah and Macca. The project is suppose to inhabit over 1400 Horses and Over 10,000 People to solve a crisis towards the stables situation in the Makkah Region.

Involvement: I was the lead Architect for the project, the main designer for the master plan and most of the Architectural buildings.


Wadi Assla Development

37 mins

40 mins

Jeddah

ASSLA 1,500,000 sqm

Mecca

SITE ANALYSIS: Through the first stages of design, we analyzed the land given by the client to understand the geographical location for where it is and how far are the closest cities to it to understand where the general public and tourist approach to the site will be from. ASSLA is located in an equal distant between the cities of Jeddah and Makkah. It is envisioned to be a major hub for Equestrian sports for the whole region and the middle east with the addition of different leisure activities.


Site Analysis SMALL TOPOGRAPHICAL MOUNTAINS

SITE ANALYSIS: The follow diagrams shows the starting zoning stage for the project with the considerations of limitations in the site. Both the stables and Racing Track areas were situated on the most flat-like area of the site to reduce the cost of cut and fill in the site, while the rest are planned carefully depending on peopel’s approach to the site.

Arena

Leisure Village 38,000 Sqm 26%

Stables Area

Racing Track & Hotel

26%

42% 58%

74%

Leisure

Equestrian Village 1,120,000 Sqm 74%

ELECTRICAL TOWERS FINAL SITE BOUNDARIES OLD SITE BOUNDARIES

Non-Built Area 800,000 Sqm 85% Streets & Parking Lots 180,000 Sqm 22%

Horse Support Area

BIG TOPOGRAPHICAL MOUNTAINS

Building Area 640,000 Sqm 42%

Landscape Hardscape 417,000 Sqm 52%

22% 52%

4% 17% 3%

Future Expansion 24,000 Sqm 3%

Sidewalks 35,000 Sqm 4%

Un-buildable 135,000 Sqm 17%


Topography Analysis

Section #6 Section #5

195 m

Section #1

Section #1

200 m

Site boundaries

Section #2

SECTION #1

Site boundaries 177 m

186 m

171 m

165 m

162 m

158 m

Section #3

154 m

Section #4

Section #2

199 m

Site boundaries

200 m

SECTION #2

Site boundaries 185 m

182 m

Section #3

179 m

197 m

170 m

164 m

160 m

156 m

152 m

Through the early stages of ASSLA, we ran extensive studies on the topographical nature of the site to understand the challenges we are faced with and to carefully integrate them in the zoning design stage and any later stages.

Section #5

218 m 200 m

Site boundaries

196 m

204 m

176 m 200 m

Site boundaries

SECTION #3

Site boundaries 203 m

Section #4

183 m

218 m

189 m

179 m

172 m

166 m

164 m

159 m

SECTION #6

Site boundaries

153 m

Section #6

214 m 200 m

185 m

172 m

185 m

189 m

178 m

164 m

165 m

164 m

166 m

167 m

181 m

170 m 200 m

Site boundaries Site boundaries

SECTION #4

Site boundaries 197 m

217 m

186 m

178 m

174 m

174 m

167 m

163 m

159 m

SECTION #8

Site boundaries


Space Program

Equestrian Village Polo Club

Wadi Al Assla All year 0-2 2-4 4-6 6-8 8 - 10 10 - 12

Racing Track

N 20%

15%

10%

W

E

Polo Field

Most of the wind in ASSLA comes from the Northwestern side of the site which mainly dictated where the stables area will be stationed to host the 1,500 horses to make use of the wind pushing away the smell of horses from the different other programs onsite.

Vet Barns Hotel Endurance Village Winner Circle Inner Racing Storage Grandstand

S

Water Park

Leisure Village

Employees Housing

Shooting Club

Horse Cremation

Trampoline World

Daily Use

Football Field

Arena

Tennis Fields

Stables

Cafeteria

VIP Stables

SPA

VIP Lounge Horse Manure

Visitors Center Cafes & Restaurants

International Quarantine

Falcons Club

Equestrian EDU Center

Arcade

Equestrian Assisted Therapy

Retails

Veterinary Hospital

Snow World Cottages

2 3.50

0.30

9.60

0.30

2.80

0.30

9.60

0.30

6.40

2 18.80

6.40

2

30.20

Parking

Local Quarantine Equine Rehab Center

3.50

Housing for Employees MAIN STREET SECTION

SECONDARY STREET SECTION

Parking


BARNS HAS 588 HORSES

21 Barns = 588 Horses D- 21 stables X 28 Horses = 588

VIP STABLES HAS 892 HORSES

TOTAL HORSES 1,400 HORSES

91 VIP Stables = 892 Horses

Stables Layout

A- 30 stables X 6 Horses = 180 Horses B- 27 stables X 10 Horses = 270 Horses C- 34 stables X 13 Horses = 442 Horses

20.35 10m² 4.35X2.55 STALL-09

13m² 4.35X3.20 STALL-08

13m² 4.35X3.20 STALL-07

13m² 4.35X3.20 STALL-06

34m² 4.35X8.20 TACK

14m² 3.20X4.50 STALL-05

24

14m² 3.20X4.50 STALL-04

20.10

12m² 4.35X3 STORAGE

12m² 4.35X3 STORAGE

14m² 4.50X3.35 STALL-10

180m² 4.35X8 INDOOR SEATING AREA

12m² 4.35X3 STORAGE

14m² 3.20X4.50 STALL-03

35m² 4X9.5 INDOOR SEATING AREA 14m² 4.5X 3.35 TACK

29m² 4.5X 6.7 FOOD ROOM

29m² 4.5X 6.7 INDOOR SEATING AREA

13m² 4.50X 3 STALL-09

14m² 4.5X 3.35 STORAGE

28.85

13m² 4.50X 3 STALL-08

20.35

17 4.5X 3.35

14m² 4.5X 3.35

14m² 4.5X 3.35

14m² 4.5X 3.35

14m² 4.5X 3.35

14m² 4.5X 3.35

STALL-01

STALL-02

STALL-03

STALL-04

STALL-05

STALL-06

OUTDOOR AREA

14m² 3.20X4.50 STALL-02

14m² 3.20X4.50 STALL-01

OUTDOOR AREA 16m² 4X4.5 SHOWER

13m² 4.50X 3 STALL-07

12m² 4X3.30 STALL-01

12m² 4X3.30 STALL-02

DESIGN A

12m² 4X3.30 STALL-03

12m² 4X3.30 STALL-04

12m² 4X3.30 STALL-05

14m² 4X3.65 STALL-06

27m² 4X7.5 FOOD ROOM

34m² 4.50X8 TACK&FOOD ROOM

13m² 4.5x3 STALL-10

DESIGN B

13m² 4.5x3 STALL-11

13m² 4.5x3 STALL-12

13m² 4.5x3 STALL-13

37m² 4.5x8.5 STORAGE

DESIGN C

66.80

² m 28 4.50X7.35 STORAGE

The stables area was divided into two different major parts: - VIP Stables: Completely dedicated to the private horse owners. - Barns Stables: Dedicated to the horses participating in the arena shows or races.

15m² 3.50X4.50 STALL-21

15m² 3.50X4.50 STALL-20

15m² 3.50X4.50 STALL-19

15m² 3.50X4.50 STALL-18

15m² 3.50X4.50 STALL-17

15m² 3.50X4.50 STALL-16

15m² 3.50X4.50 STALL-15

² m 15 3.50X4.50 WORKER SLEEPING AREA

15m² 3.50X4.50 WORKER SLEEPING AREA

15m² 3.50X4.50 STALL-07

15m² 3.50X4.50 STALL-06

15m² 3.50X4.50 STALL-05

15m² 3.50X4.50 STALL-04

15m² 3.50X4.50 STALL-03

15m² 3.50X4.50 STALL-02

15m² 3.50X4.50 STALL-01

28m² 4.50X7.35 STORAGE

15m² 3.50X4.50 STALL-28

15m² 3.50X4.50 STALL-27

15m² 3.50X4.50 STALL-26

15m² 3.50X4.50 STALL-25

15m² 3.50X4.50 STALL-24

15m² 3.50X4.50 STALL-23

15m² 3.50X4.50 STALL-22

² m 15 3.50X4.50 FOOD AREA

15m² 3.50X4.50 FOOD AREA

15m² 3.50X4.50 STALL-14

15m² 3.50X4.50 STALL-13

15m² 3.50X4.50 STALL-12

15m² 3.50X4.50 STALL-11

15m² 3.50X4.50 STALL-10

15m² 3.50X4.50 STALL-09

15m² 3.50X4.50 STALL-08

28m² 4.50X7.35 STORAGE

14.80 28m² 4.50X7.35 STORAGE

DESIGN D


3D Space Program


RENDERING STAGE: Through the rendering stage I was responsible for all of the communication with the rendering firm in China to direct the renderings outcome in the same vision of the client’s, and directing the entire design team with the material choices. There were 15 renders produced for ASSLA in total.


HORSES QUARANTINE

LEISURE VILLAGE

HOTEL FRONT

LEISURE VILLAGE

PRIVATE RESORT

PRIVATE RESORT

HOTEL FRONT

STABLES AREA

SITE PLAN


ABHA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT Company: EDGEArch Area: 230,000 for the entire site. 30,000 for the Phase 1 Terminal Duration: 1.5 Years Number of Designers: 10+ Architect Recognitions: Winner of The International Architectural Awards 2018

Involvement: I played a major rule in being one of the core Architects to produce over 13 concept masses and carry the chosen option by the client all the way to the final Detail Design submission. My involvements were focused on the articulation of all the designed massings, designing the master plan, presentations, and detailed sheets for the Detailed Design package.


Concept Steps Diagram

1

Through the different submissions of Abha Regional Airport, I was the leading architect to produce all different types of diagrams for all the different concepts proposed by me or different colleagues.

2

3

4

5


ABHA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

CELL

MASSING SCRIPT: Most of the concepts that were designed were mainly focused on rigid grids of 9mx9m to reduce the span of the roof shell and reduce the cost of construction as requested by the client (General Authority of Civil Aviation). This is a simple demonstrations for one of the final 3 concepts that follow those grids closely.


Modular Structural Grid

CELLCELL A A

Cell A

A

CELL A CELL B

CELLCELL B B

Cell B

CELL BCELL C

CELLCELL C C CELLCELL C D

CELLCELL D D CELL D

9m 9m

CELL CELL AA

Original structural grid spanning 9m

Fillet corners to allow for natural light

Double column structure

CELL CELL CC Cell C

CELL CELL BB CELL A

Louvers and openings in specific locations

CELL A

CELL B

CELL B

CELL CELL DD Cell D CELL C

CELL C

CELL D

CELL D


OPTION B

OPTION A

OPTION B

OPTION A


International

Arrival Concourse International Domestic

Domestic

International

Arrivals Concourse / Remote Stand Bus

Departure and Arrival Circulation Flow Diagram The following diagrams are some of the illustrations the team designed to explain the flow of the arriving and departing passenger. All of the diagrams were designed by me.

Departure Concourse International Domestic

Domestic Boarding Bridge

Departure Concourse

Immigration (International Only)

Lounge/Retail Quarantine Quarantine

Immigration (International Only)

Immigration

Lounge Retail

Lounge Retail

Baggage Reclaim Remote Gate Arrival

Customs (International Only)

Security

Domestic Reclaim Hall

Customs

Arrivals Hall / Retail

Check-in

LEGEND

LEGEND Domestic Arrivals

Arrivals Hall / Retail

Immigration

Security

International Reclaim Hall

International Arrivals

Chech-in Hall

Domestic Arrivals

Check-in

International Arrivals

Check-in Hall

OPTION A

Arrivals Curb

Arrival Curb

Departure Curb

Departure Curb


Through the Detail Design Stage, I was responsible for most of the Architectural sheet submissions through out all of the different submissions. Sheets Including: - Annotation Plans (1/200 & 1/500) - Dimension Plans (1/200 & 1/500) - Elevators Details (3 Sheets) - Stairs Details (Public & Egress) (3 Sheets) - Travelators Details (3 Sheets) - Escalators Details (3 Sheets) - Room Schedule (Naming every single room through out the entire airport and make sure the numbering system is correctly arranged). I have also been the main person to integrate the Revit Structural model into the Revit Architectural model every week as both were seperated.


CONCEPT A

Shell

Glass

ABHA AIRPORT

Steel Frames

Slabs

Company: EDGEArch Area: 25,000 sqm for the site. 8,000 for terminal building Duration: 6 months Number of Designers: 6-7 Architect Description: Abha Airport is a proposal for the new developed Airport in the Abha region.

Involvement: I played a leading rule in digitally modeling the sketches to real geometry through Rhino and Grasshopper and import it into Revit to produce all of the Architectural drawings. Concept A was suppose to reflect the rough rocky terrains of Al-Baha Region and to work as a water collector through the roof that spills into the courtyard.


Connection Point A Point 7

Point 6

Point 5

Point 4

Point 3

Point 2

Point 1

Point X

Point Y

Point A

Point B

Point C

Point D

Point E

Point F

Point G

Connection Point A

MASSING SCRIPT: Through the massing modeling, there was an integration between Rhino, Grasshopper and Revit in creating this proposal. The site model was done in Revit to be exported to 3D studio max for renderings, while the airport massing was done completely in Rhino and Grasshopper. To create flexibilities in the design process, everything was parametrically designed in Grasshopper to test different iterations of the massing rapidly. The above script and diagram were made to produce the entire form of the airport through the major points explained in the diagram.


CONCEPT B

Tensile Cover

Glass

Steel Beams

Slabs

Concept B: The concept started with the idea of producing an easy constructable shell that span massive distances without any columns that allow for flexabile future expansion changes of the airport. The roof is suppose to be a water collector since the airport is over 70km in distance from any fresh water source. The Double Curvature roof shell concaves in two different directions. The structure concaves inward at the top parts to lead the rain water towards the points of water collection at the edges, while the edges concaves upward to celebrate the facades.


Elevations: Through the design process for both proposals, we had payed careful attention towards the land/air side elevations of the airport’s facade designs. We tried to reach for a monolithically massing that can be an iconic figure representing the city of Al-Baha, while the back side had to be carefully designed to allow for the planes bridges to link with the building without obstructing the skin.

Concept A

Concept B


SITE DESIGN: I was the initial architect to start the design of the site and the separations between the different parking areas all the way to the end of the concept design stage. There were different categories of parking lots that include: Short Term Parking, Long Term Parking, Staff Parking, Taxi Parking, Security Parking, VIP Parking ....etc. The numbers of parking areas had to be carefully counted to respond to the number of users.


Modular Architectural Planning Diagrams

Future Expansion Diagram

The above dimention plan demonstrate the careful attention we paid to each side of the facades to make sure all of the lengths work within a modular range of each other.

The early stages of the design carefully planned the future expansion of each proposal Structurally and Architecturally through different studies as shown above.


SAUDI CONSULATE Complex IN KARACHI Company: EdgeArch Area: 22,000 sqm Duration: 3 Years Number of Designers: 5 Architects Recognitions: Winner of the original competition by Ministry of Exterior First Saudi Building to ever win the WAF 2018 Civic Award Category

Involvement: I was the lead parametric designer to work on the facades design and produce the geometry through Rhino and Grasshopper, to be implemented into Revit. I was involved in the project since the competition design stage, all the way to the Detailed Design Stage.


Consulate Facade Script

Housing Facade Script

MASSING SCRIPT: Through the entire phase of the project, I was involved in the process of 3D modeling the entire facades while working closely with a Senior Architect to put everything together. The Housing and Consulate Facades have been developed carefully to respond to the sun exposure while studying carefully how the views in-out will be treated carefully through the skin. The theme of the facades is inspired by the simple hexagones that are generally used in most Islamic patterns to give a modern Islamic classical skin.


Old Site Plan 1- Schools 2- Common Activity 3- Housing Complex 4- Consulate 5- Mosque 6- Security

Consulate Employees & House Holders Access

School Employees Parking

1

B

House Holders Parking

2

5

3

A

4

Formal & Main Access

School Access 1

2

School Employees Parking

6

3 House Holders Parking

VIP Parking

PLANNING: Through the competition phase, I was responsible for producing all of the diagrams for the 3D massings and site layout. The above is the initial masterplan before the site area was reduced to almost half after the competition phase.

East-West Elevation

North-South Elevation


BACK STREET FOR DROP OFF

1 96m

333m

2

SITE DIVIDED TO 18 LOTS

3

SITE

SCHOOL UNDERGROUND

PURCHASED LAND

BACK STREET FOR DROP OFF

EMPTY LOTS

5

6

BUILDING SEPARATE ACCESS

T

4

BUILDING SEPARATE ACCESS

APARTMENT BUILDING

FOOT

PRIN

VILLAS COURTYARD

BUILD

ING

COUNSLET

15M SECURITY SETBACK

BUILDING SEPARATE ACCESS

7

8

9

EXTERNAL SKIN

ACCESS PATH MAIN ACCESS PATH

BUILDING SEPARATE ACCESS


Assembly Diagrams At the early stages of the competition, we had countless number of unique panels, but the desire to reduce the cost of the construction has lead me to think of smarter ways to simplify the number of panels. The end result was to choose Five unique main panels not including all of the corner panels that were generated as an outcome from the main family (A Family)

NORTH ELEVATION Count B6

D2 A6 C7

A6 A6

A6

A5

A6

A5

A6

A6 E3

B5

A5

A6

B5

B5

B5

A5 B6

A4

A5

B5

A5

A5

A4

A4 B5

A3

A4 B4

B4

C1

B4

D3

B4

A1 B1

B1

NORTH ELEVATION

B5

B5 A5

C8 A5

A5 A5

C8 A5

B5

A5

A6

A6

A6

A5

A5

A5

A5

A4

A4

A4

A4

B4

B3

A3 B3

A3 E3

F3

F2

F2

F1

E2

E1

B2

B2

B4

A3

C1

A2

B2

A3

A4

A3 B4

A5

A5

B4

D3

B4

SOUTH ELEVATION

A3

A3

C8

A5

C8 A5

A5 B5

A4

C8 B5

A5

A5 A5

A5

A5

A5

B5

WEST ELEVATION

x 10 PANELS

A5

x 36 PANELS

A3

x 22 PANELS

A6

x 21 PANELS

SOUTH ELEVATION COUNT A1

x 4 PANELS

A4

x 19 PANELS

A2

x 4 PANELS

A5

x 45 PANELS

A3

x 18 PANELS

A6

x 22 PANELS

A1

x 7 PANELS

A4

x 16 PANELS

C8

A2

x 10 PANELS

A5

x 22 PANELS

C8

A3

x 24 PANELS

A6

x 1 PANELS

A5 C7

A5 A5

B5

A2

A5

A5

A5

x 18 PANELS

C8 A5

A5 A5

A4

A5 B5

A5

A4

WEST ELEVATION COUNT

B5 A5

A5

A5

A4 A5

A4

B5

A4

A4

B5 A5

A4

A4

A4

A4 B4

A4

A3

B4 A4

A4

A3

A4

A4 B4

A3

A3

B4 A3

A3

A3

A3

A4 B4

A3

A3

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A6 A5

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The following diagrams were all generated through Grasshopper.

B6

A6 B5

D1

EAST ELEVATION COUNT A1

x 6 PANELS

A4

x 19 PANELS

A2

x 11 PANELS

A5

x 22 PANELS

A3

x 21 PANELS

A6

x 1 PANELS

A FAMILY A1

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NORTH ELEVATION B FAMILY

B1

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South ELEVATION

D & E FAMILY

B3

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WEST ELEVATION

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EAST ELEVATION

The following diagrams are the assembly guide diagrams for the facade of the consulate that was developed, and designed by me. The diagrams show the labels, numbering system, and the count of all panels per facade. The consulate facade is made out of one primary family (Family A), and five secondary families (Family B,C,D,E,F)

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x5

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A”

4 x A” panels 2 x A’ panels

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B'

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C3

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2 x C' panels C”

C’’

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4 x C panels 2 x C' panels

F”

4 x C panels 2 x C' panels

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F'

C6

1 x B” panels

2 x B’ panels B”

2 x B' panels

C4

1 x A” panels B’

4 x B” panels

C”

F'

F”

F”

E”

E”

E'

E”

2 x F' panels

C8 4 x E panels 2 x E' panels

C9

F”

1 x E panels E'

F'

1 x E' panels 2 x F panels

F”

E'

E”

4 x F panels

E”

F”

2 x F' panels


MAIN LOBBY

WORKSTATIONS

MANAGER OFFICE

CONSUL OFFICE


COURTYARD VIEW


AL-TAIF CHILDREN HOSPITAL Masterplan

Company: EdgeArch Area: 300,000 sqm Master Plan with 300 Bed Hospital Duration: 4 Years Number of Designers: 5-7 Architects Description: 300 bed hospital complex Recognitions: Winner of Building Health Care Awards in Dubai 2015. Best Future Hospital Category.

Involvement: I played a major rule on the hospital from the concept massing design stage all the way to the DD stage. My rule has changed depending on the needs of the team through out the project. I worked on the massing initial proposals, prepared the diagrams, presentations, site design, architectural layout, and briefly on the 3D interior design.


SITE LEGENDS VILLA UNITS MALE BACHELOR UNIT FEMALE BACHELOR UNITS 3 ROOMS APARTMENT UNITS 4 ROOMS APARTMENT UNITS UTILITY BUILDING H

Future Expansion

Hospital Development

Staff Housing Development

HELIPAD COMMUNITY MOSQUE


REHAB SERVICE 961 sqm

EMERGENCY 2,579 sqm

LOADING DECK 320 sqm

SECURITY 92 sqm

HOUSEKEEPING 484 sqm

BIO-MED 484 sqm

PHARMACY STORAGE 942 sqm

SHARED SPACE

PHARMACY 731 sqm

LAB 1,521 sqm

IMAGING 2,936 sqm

PREP AND OR

NON-CLINICAL STAFF 316 sqm

OUTPATIENT 1,765 sqm

OUTPATIENT 3,226 sqm

SHARED SPACE RT 200 sqm

CSSD 632 sqm

REHAB SERVICES 3,000 sqm

SAMPLE COLLECTION 302 sqm

DIETARY 1,014 sqm

ED AND IMAGING

LAUNDRY 371 sqm

SURGERY 2,703 sqm

ADMIN 2,425 sqm

PREP/REC 2,430sqm

TRANSFUSION 294 sqm

CARDIO 776 sqm

SHARED SPACE EDUCATION 1,050 sqm

ONCOLOGY 1,094 sqm ADMIN AND EDUCATION

Fifth Floor

PSYCH 2,901 sqm

PSYCH 2,901 sqm SHARED SPACE

Sixth Floor

The following diagrams demonstrate the original zoning strategies followed in the hospital design to study all of the Horizontal and Vertical relations between the different functions.

BACK ELEVATION

FRONT ELEVATION

SIDE ELEVATION

SIDE ELEVATION

ADMIN AND OUTPATIENT REHAB SERVICES AND REHAB BEDS

Fourth Floor

INPATIENT 2,901 sqm SHARED SPACE

PHARMACY AND STORAGE

Third Floor

INPATIENT 2,901 sqm

OUTPATIENT

REHAB 2,901 sqm SHARED SPACE

OUTPATIENT WITH PHARMACY, LAB AND IMAGING

NICU 2,901 sqm

OR AND INPATIENT

REHAB 2,901 sqm SHARED SPACE

Second Floor

First Floor

EMERGENCY AND CSSD EMERGENCY AND PREP

PICU 2,901 sqm

Ground Floor

OR AND PREP

Basement Floor

NICU AND PICU

ENDOSCPIES 1,192 sqm


Concept Diagram

1- ORIGINAL MASSING

2- SPLITTING THE MASSING FOR ACCESS

3- CREATING A CIRCULATION CORE IN THE MIDDLE

4- MORPHING THE MASSING

4-CREATING COURTYARDS

5-INTRODUCING LANDSCAPE ELEMENTS


PHASE (1)

PHASE (3)

PHASE (2) ENTRANCE & EXIT G.R

AMBULANCE ENTRANCE

MAIN ENTRANCE

EXIT ONLY

EXIT ONLY

EXIT ONLY

VILLA (45)

G.R

PARKING (17 CARS) G.R

GREEN AREA

GREEN AREA

GREEN AREA

GREEN AREA GREEN AREA

GREEN AREA

UNDER GROUND WATER TANK 1750 M3 & PUMP ROOM

PARKING (23 CARS)

GREEN AREA

GREEN AREA

UNDER GROUND FIRE TANK 340 M3 & PUMP ROOM

GREEN AREA

G.R

VILLA (1)

VILLA (2)

VILLA (13)

VILLA (14)

VILLA (29)

VILLA (30)

VILLA (3)

VILLA (4)

VILLA (15)

VILLA (16)

VILLA (31)

VILLA (32)

VILLA (5)

VILLA (6)

VILLA (17)

VILLA (18)

VILLA (33)

VILLA (34)

VILLA (19)

VILLA (20)

VILLA (35)

VILLA (36)

VILLA (46)

UNDER GROUND IRRIGATION TANK 360 M3 & PUMP ROOM

Data Center GREEN AREA

APARTMENT 3 ROOMS (1)

PARKING (26 CARS) APARTMENT 2 ROOMS (2)

GREEN AREA

VILLA (47)

BACHELOR - MALE 1 UNIT

PARKING (20 CARS)

PARKING (272 CARS)

PARKING (5 CARS)

HEALTH CLUB 4 UNITS

APARTMENT 2 ROOMS (1)

VILLA (48) WOODEN FENCE

APARTMENT 3 ROOMS (2)

APARTMENT 2 ROOMS (4)

PARKING (4 CARS)

GREEN AREA

PARKING (38 CARS)

VILLA (49)

PARKING (324 CARS)

KIDS AREA

APARTMENT 2 ROOMS (3)

PARKING (11 CARS)

Mosque

GREEN AREA

PARKING (4 CARS) GREEN AREA

VILLA (21)

VILLA (22)

VILLA (37)

VILLA (38)

VILLA (50)

VILLA (7)

VILLA (8)

VILLA (23)

VILLA (24)

VILLA (39)

VILLA (40)

VILLA (51)

VILLA (9)

VILLA (10)

VILLA (25)

VILLA (26)

VILLA (41)

VILLA (42)

VILLA (52)

VILLA (11)

VILLA (12)

VILLA (27)

VILLA (28)

VILLA (43)

VILLA (44)

VILLA (53)

GREEN AREA APARTMENT 3 ROOMS (3)

PARKING (15 CARS)

NURSERY 1 UNITS GREEN AREA G.R

FUTURE EXTENSION

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PHASE (2)

FAMILY VILLAS 53 UNIT

BACHELOR FEMALE (5)

STAFF PARKING (44 CARS) UNDER GROUND WATER TANK 1750 M3 & PUMP ROOM

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UNDER GROUND STP STATION

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Through the early stages of the master plan for Al-Taif Children Hospital, I was the architect responsiable in direct contact with the Project Architect to design the entire masterplan. The entire master plan was designed in 3D Revit in relation to the correct topography to run the estimation costs of cut and fill in the site.

PHASE (3)


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INPATIENT ROOM 06 B1.2 02

INPATIENT ROOM 06 B1.2 49

INPATIENT ROOM 06 B1.2 01

INPATIENT ROOM 06 B1.2 47

INPATIENT ROOM 06 B1.2 48

INPATIENT ROOM 06 B1.2 46

WORKROOM-DOCTORS RESIDENTS (MALE) 06 B1.2 46

D002

WAITING / PLAY AREA 06 B1.3 05

OFFICE-PROFESSIONAL DOCTOR 06 B1.3 06

D002

TOILET 06 B1.2 03.1

WORKROOM-DOCTORS RESIDENTS (FEMALE) 06 B1.3 38

WORKROOM-DOCTORS RESIDENTS (MALE) 06 B1.3 37

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QUIET ACTIVITY ROOM 06 B1.3 39

CHILD LIFE OFFICE 06 B1.3 40

D003

PLAY AREA 06 B1.3 41

CLOSET / STORAGE D010 06 B1.1 01

PLAY AREA 06 B1.3 42

TOILET 06 B1.2 01.1

TOILET 06 B1.2 02.1

MULTI-PURPOSE ROOM(MINOR PROCEDURE/THERAPY) 06 B1.2 47

D003

DAY ROOM/ CONSULTATION-FAMILY 06 B1.3 43

WORKROOM-DOCTORS RESIDENTS (FEMALE) 06 B1.2 45

CHILD LIFE OFFICE 06 B1.3 44

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TOILET 06 B1.2 49.1

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TOILET 06 B1.2 46.1

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NURSE STATION 06 B1.3 01

CHARTING & DICTATION 06 B1.3 02

CORRIDOR 06 B1.0 C2

D007

TOILET 06 B1.3 12

D26

TOILET 06 B1.2 06.1

CLEAN UTILITY 06 B1.3 14

D002

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TOILET 06 B1.3 15

D018

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D001

D007

SOILED HOLDING 06 B1.3 26

EQUIPMENT STORAGE 06 B1.3 25

D003

FOOD STACK STORAGE 06 B1.3 36

SECURITY 06 B1.1 02

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D007

FOOD ELEVATOR

TRASH HOLD 06 B1.3 27

MALE WAITING 06 B1.1 03

D017

MECH. SHAFT

D018

TOILET 06 B1.3 30

STAFF LOCKERS / LOUNGE (F) 06 B1.3 31

CLEAN UTILITY 06 B1.3 29

ELEVATOR 1

CRIB/BED EXCHANGE STORAGE 06 B1.3 28

ELEVATOR 3

ELEVATOR LOBBY 06 B1.0 L2

D019

ELEVATOR LOBBY 06 B1.0 L3

D26

ALCOVE 06 B1.3 17

SOILED WORKROOM 06 B1.3 51

D010

D007

STAFF LOCKERS / LOUNGE (M) 06 B1.3 54

ALCOVE 06 B1.3 52

UP NURSE STATION 06 B1.3 66

OFFICE-1 06 B1.3 65

NOURISHMENT ALCOVE 06 B1.3 55

D008

D003

NURSE STATION 06 B1.3 34

D017

ELEVATOR 2

ELEVATOR 4

PUBLIC TOILET MALE-1 06 B1.1 04

OFFICE-2 06 B1.3 35

MECH. SHAFT

MALE ABLUTION 06 B1.1 05

FEMALE ABLUTION 06 B1.1 08

PUBLIC TOILET FEMALE-1 06 B1.1 09

SERVICE ELEVATOR CORRIDOR 06 B1.0 C9

D014

D003

ELEC ROOM 06 B1.0 E4

STAFF WORKROOM (M) 06 B1.3 73

D018

D018

TOILET 06 B1.3 69

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MEDICATION ROOM 06 B1.3 78

DN

SOILED WORKROOM 06 B1.3 68

CHARTING &

DICTATION 06 B1.3 77

CORRIDOR-2 06 B1.0 14

NURSE STATION 06 B1.3 76

D016

D015

D016

D014

M D26

TOILET 06 B1.2 43.1

CLEAN UTILITY 06 B1.3 71

D002 D008

D008

NURSE STATION 06 B1.3 63

D009

D004 MEDICATION ROOM 06 B1.3 64

P.T.

LOBBY 06 B1.0 L4

D26

ELEC LOW CURRENT ROOM 06 B1.0 E3

ALCOVE 06 B1.3 75

NURSE STATION 06 B1.3 74

D017

D001

W01

TOILET 06 B1.2 42.1

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D015

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D002

CORRIDOR 06 B1.0 C6

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CORRIDOR 06 B1.0 C10

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D001

D26

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D26

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TOILET 06 B1.2 12.1 D002

TOILET 06 B1.2 13.1 D002

TOILET 06 B1.2 14.1 D002

TOILET 06 B1.2 15.1 D002

TOILET 06 B1.2 16.1 D002

TOILET 06 B1.2 17.1 D002

TOILET 06 B1.2 18.1 D002

TOILET 06 B1.2 19.1 D002

TOILET 06 B1.2 20.1 D002

TOILET 06 B1.2 21.1 D002

TOILET 06 B1.2 22.1 D002

TOILET 06 B1.2 23.1 D002

TOILET 06 B1.2 25.1

TOILET 06 B1.2 24.1

TOILET 06 B1.2 26.1

D002

D002

D002

TOILET 06 B1.2 27.1

TOILET 06 B1.2 28.1

D002

D002

TOILET 06 B1.2 29.1

TOILET 06 B1.2 30.1

D002

D002

TOILET 06 B1.2 31.1

TOILET 06 B1.2 32.1

D002

D002

TOILET 06 B1.2 34.1

TOILET 06 B1.2 33.1 D002

TOILET 06 B1.2 35.1

D002

TOILET 06 B1.2 36.1

D002

D002

TOILET 06 B1.2 37.1

TOILET 06 B1.2 38.1

D002

D024

INPATIENT ROOM 06 B1.2 41

D025

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D024

D024

PRAYING AREA MALE 06 B1.1 06

D001

INPATIENT ROOM (ISOLATION/BARIATRIC) 06 B1.2 10

D002

TOILET 06 B1.3 09.1

TOILET 06 B1.2 41.1 D002

TOILET 06 B1.2 39.1

D002

D025

INPATIENT ROOM (ISOLATION) 06 B1.2 09

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TOILET 06 B1.2 10.1

INPATIENT ROOM 06 B1.2 42

D001

ANTE-ROOM 06 B1.2 10.2 INPATIENT ROOM 06 B1.2 08

INPATIENT ROOM 06 B1.2 43

D003 P.T.

D002

D001

INPATIENT ROOM 06 B1.2 44

D001

D014 D015

TOILET 06 B1.2 44.1

D005

CORRIDOR 06 B1.0 C12

P.T.

TOILET 06 B1.3 72

D009

D023

D26

D003

OFFICE-1 06 B1.3 61

D012

D012

NOURISHMENT ALCOVE 06 B1.3 56

STAFF LOCKERS / LOUNGE (F) 06 B1.3 57

TOILET 06 B1.3 58

D008

CRIB/BED EXCHANGE STORAGE 06 B1.3 62

D26

INPATIENT ROOM 06 B1.2 45

D002

STAFF WORKROOM (F) 06 B1.3 70

D003

CLEAN UTILITY 06 B1.3 59

D002

D007

CORRIDOR-2 06 B1.0 13

D027

D018

D007

ENVIRONMENTAL ROOM 06 B1.3 60 D26

TOILET 06 B1.2 45.1

D017

ALCOVE 06 B1.3 67

D26

D003

CORRIDOR 06 B1.0 11

FAMILY/FEMALE WAITING 06 B1.1 10

D26

MEDICATION ROOM 06 B1.3 33

ELEC LOW CURRENT ROOM 06 B1.0 E2

NURSE STATION 06 B1.3 18

D26

NOURISHMENT ALCOVE 06 B1.3 79 D015

D023

TOILET 06 B1.3 53

D26

D016

ELEVATOR 2

D26

D008

D009

LOBBY 06 B1.0 L1

EQUIPMENT STORAGE 06 B1.3 50

TRASH HOLD 06 B1.3 49

D014

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D001 D26

D018

SERVICE ELEVATOR CORRIDOR 06 B1.0 C8

D017 ELEVATOR 1

D019

NOURISHMENT ALCOVE 06 B1.3 32 ELEC ROOM 06 B1.0 E1 D009

D001 D26

D016

D001

MAIN RECEPTION 06 G.1 01

D007 SOILED ELEVATOR

D007

D003

D003

STAFF WORKROOM (M) 06 B1.3 16

D001 D26

CORRIDOR 06 B1.0 C12

D013

D007

CLOSET / STORAGESOILED HOLDING 06 B1.3 48 06 B1.1 11 D003

D010

CORRIDOR 06 B1.0 C5

D027

D003

TOILET 06 B1.2 07.1

D001

CORRIDOR-1 06 B1.0 C7

D020

D014

ALCOVE 06 B1.3 21

D003

STAFF WORKROOM (F) 06 B1.3 11

D008

D001

D003

D26

SOILED WORKROOM ENVIRONMENTAL ROOM 06 B1.3 24 06 B1.3 23

NOURISHMENT ALCOVE 06 B1.3 19

CORRIDOR 06 B1.0 C3

SOILED WORKROOM 06 B1.3 13

D003

D013

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ATRIUM DESIGN: The following design was the outcome of a complex script produced by a Grasshopper script that imitates the flow lines of the rivers and how they intersect to create something playful for the kids on the floor that can be colored to liven the design of the Atrium.


ADVANCE MANUFACTURING INSTITUTE Company: EdgeArch Area: 13,500 sqm Duration: 1.5 Years Number of Designers: 2-3 Architects Recognitions: Nominated for World Architecture Festival Award in 2017 and German Design Award 2019

Involvement: I was the initial Lead Architect to work on the project. I was responsible for multiple site visits to the university to make a list for all the machines that will need to be transformed from the old building to the new one. I was also responsible for reviewing and revising the RFP given by the client to produce a realistic Space Program fitting the land given.


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The Following diagrams shows the early stages of the project that I was leading. I was only leading the project until the starting of the Schematic Design Phase.


AL-MADINAH WELCOMING CENTER Company: EdgeArch Area: 22,000 sqm Duration: 2 Months Number of Designers: 5 Architects Description: Proposal was for Al-Madinah Welcoming Center Competition in Al-Madinah City.

Involvement: I was involved on all different aspects of design in this competition. I was primarily focused on the modeling of the shell that host the primary exhibition space; hosting profit Mohammed’s Hijra from Makkah to Al-Madinah, establishing it self as a landmark for Al-Madinah city.


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BOARDS DESIGN: I played a major part as part of a team of three people to produce 6-8 comeptition boards and help with the neccessary diagraming needed.


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AL-BARRAK APARTMENT BUILDING Company: Al-Kayan Engineering Area: 840 sqm Duration: 6 months Number of Designers: 2 Architects Description: Al-Barrak Apartment building is a residential rental apartment building in Jeddah.

Involvement: I was involved in managing the design with the Architect responsible for the design of the plans, setting up the deadlines with the client, designing the facade, and producing the renderings.


FACADE DESIGN: The facade design was more of collage than anything else. We were instructed by the client to only play with the materials, and opening sizes of the windows to get the resulted design. The followiging design came as an outcome of intersecting square shapes with different materials to break the regular box shape of the front facade.


Refugee Skyscraper Company: EDGEArch Competition: eVolo 2015 Duration: 4 months Number of Designers: 2 Architect Description: eVolo Refugee Skyscraper is a proposal for eVolo 2015 competition as a solution for Refugee Camps Publication: Evolo Skyscraper Magazine 3 as one of the top 100

Involvement: This was a collaboration between my first boss Hani Shata and my self in creating a skyscraper solution for refugees. I was the lead and only digital designer to come up with the massing and do all of the scripting needed. The skyscraper is proposing a new solution for the refugee camps for it to be stacked vertically instead of horizontally. The entire massing and unit geometries were generated through Grasshopper using Kangaroo.


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LA BIENNALE DI VENEZIA

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Company: Marwan Bajnaid Architects Competition: La Biennale Di Venezia Duration: 1 week Number of Designers: 3 Architect Support Designers: Aljohara Beydoun - Aseel Sahab - Reema Salama - Shaden Meer - Faris Abuzeid - Reem Abuzeid - Mona Bajnaid - Mashael Tarik - ILA

Description: The tent was a pivoting point for mankind's visions towards Architecture, as it allowed us to move freely and explore the different zones of our planet, to chase food and water, or to conquer new lands. The tent was one of earliest free Architectural spaces that formed our culture in a free unbounded context. In Al-Khidir, we explored the idea of the tent and shapes of the sand dunes through the articulation of the overall form of the pavilion.


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The major entry to the pavilion is through the fabric weaved part of the tent that will transition you smoothly into the advanced technological part.

The tent is a representation of the journey of technological development through time applied to a tent. Half of the tent is covered with old handwoven fabric, while the other half is stripped away from the fabric to show the skeleton future part of the tent. Structural Skeletons

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RAYGON Competition: Vmodern 2016 Competition Country: USA Duration: 3 months Number of Designers: 1 Involvement: Design, Scripting, Rendering Recognitions: Honorable Mention List for Vmodern 2016 - Top 20 List

Description: The finished product stands not just as a lamp but as a sculpture filling the room with it’s unique presences and unique shadows. Using scripting methods on the openings of the lamp generate a harmonic transition between the openings that results in every opening being different from the rest of the neighboring once.


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Description: The following images are for different lighting fixtures for a furniture brand underdevelopment. These are considered an ongoing research that I have been developing since 2014. The farthest left lamp (Firefly) made it to the top 10 in Loft & Fab Awards 2015 in Japan.


Form Cut through Script #1

Form Patterned through Script #2

ROOK

Original Form Designed by Ed Andrews

Collaborator: Ed Andrews Country: USA Duration: 12 Months Number of Designers: 2 Involvement: Creating digital tools to be used by an Artist Recognitions: Finalist 12 on the 6th Zahner Biennial Competition

Description: Rook was a collaboration between an artist, Ed Andrews and my self. Rook is the outcome of computational form that was manipulated parametrically through Grasshopper. I was responsible for creating two different parametric tools, the first for slicing and second for patterning.


Script #1

Script #2

The original form was designed by Ed Andrews using Rhino and plugged into Grasshopper to be cut and patterned. The first script takes any form given to it, slices it horizontally, radially, flatten it, and label it. The first script takes into consideration the thickness of the steel as that will thickness will indicate the width of the connecting joints. The second script takes all the different flattened pieces, set an offset on each piece and apply a cutting and engraving pattern onto it. The script allow different patterns to be used depending on the desire of the artist.


PHOTOGRAPHS: The following photographs are taken by Ed Andrews as I did not play a part in the fabrication and assembly process.


CHAOHEXA

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Organized Chaos is always found in nature all around us but often times we struggle to understand or define it due to our sciences limitations, but once we understand it, analyze it, and apply those principles to design, we start to create a new category of design. A style where geometry break-free from all of the restraining boundaries it ever lived within.

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When geometry follows natural principles in the design process, it starts to have a personality and a behavior on its own. It evolves into something much more mature than we are used to. These are the principles experimented with to design Chaohexa.

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CHAOHEXA 1 . 0 Project: Chaohexa 1.0 Weight: 37-40kg Dimensions: 2.2m x 1.5m Design Date: 2018 Recognitions: Shortlisted for Ithra Art Prize 2019. Finalist 5.

Description: CHAOHEXA 1.0 is the second edition of these wall installation series. This piece explores closely the deformations of simple grid with repulsion and compression forces.


OLD CITIES are often found in cities like Old Jeddah. Where the old city does not follow a specific grid and might seems random at start but actually follows an order that is invisible to the eye that is the result of an evolution happening over a long period of time. The feeling of chaotic old cities is the feeling Chaohexa 1.0 trying to achieve.

Chaohexa 1.0 will have 4,022 unique pieces of mdf glued by hand. There are 26 points in total that controls the deformations of the grid. 15 Repulsion Points and 11 Compression Points. Each point is controlled separately to maximize the customization of deformations.

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AA SUMMERDLAB 2014 Visiting Shool: AA Summer DLAB 2014 Location: London, UK & Hooke Park Duration: 3 weeks Number of Designers: 15 Softwares Learnt: Processing, Rhino, Grasshopper, and SoftImage.

Description: AA Summer DLAB 2014 was focused on generative design and casting concrete in fabric. We were split in teams of 4 in London to run experiments with casting plaster in Fabric and moved on to Hooke Park for a week to build a 1 to 1 scale pavilion with casting concrete in fabric.


Description: The following script of DLA was given to us by the faculty team of Summerdlab. We were requested to modify the script according to our team’s proposal for the experimental stage in London using Processing, Grasshopper, Rhino, Maya and Softimage

Vec3D v = new Vec3D(); v.x = random(14, 14); v.y = random(-6, 6); //v.z = random(-2, 2); Number of Seeds = 1; Number of Agents Per Frame = 4; Connection Distance Max = .3; if (frameCount%2 == 0) Max Speed = 0.02; Perlin Scale = 2.5; Perlin Force = 0.9;

Vec3D v = new Vec3D(); v.x = random(14, 14); v.y = random(-2, 2); v.z = random(-2, 2);

Vec3D v = new Vec3D(); v.x = random(14, 14); v.y = random(-2, 2); v.z = random(-2, 2);

Vec3D v = new Vec3D(); v.x = random(14, 14); v.y = random(-2, 2); v.z = random(-2, 2);

Number of Seeds = 1; Number of Agents Per Frame = 1; Connection Distance Max = .3; if (frameCount%2 == 0)

Number of Seeds = 1; Number of Agents Per Frame = 1; Connection Distance Max = .8; if (frameCount%2 == 0)

Number of Seeds = 1; Number of Agents Per Frame = 1; Connection Distance Max = .8; if (frameCount%10 == 0)

Max Speed = 0.1;

Max Speed = 0.1;

Max Speed = 0.1;

Perlin Scale = 2.5; Perlin Force = 0.9;

Perlin Scale = 2.5; Perlin Force = 0.9;

Perlin Scale = 2.5; Perlin Force = 0.9;


Evolution #6 (Final Design)

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Initial Surface

FORM STUDIES: During our stay in London for the first two weeks, we ran countless studies to see how the script in processing can be manipulated differently depending on the surfaces its projected on, while changing the parameters of the number of points, their speed, and how soon they connect to create a branch.

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Initial Pattern

Projected Pattern

Final Form For the Prototype


TEXTILES Description: The following textiles were an experimentation for a new style for an entire collection of furniture pieces for a private client. The images here were suppose to be for the contemporary styled collection that started with simple Islamic hexagon geometry and developed into something much more complex parametrically. The project has been on hold since 2015.


JEDDAH RING Company: Shakl3d Duration: 2-3 months Description: I was hired to recruit an entire team and lead them in designing different pieces of jewelry to be 3D printed and hit the market in 2017. The project has been on hold since the end of 2017.


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