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PORTFOLIO 2017-2019

KHALID HESHAM AL-AMIRI


KHALID HESHAM AL-AMIRI


KHALID HESHAM AL-AMIRI INTERN ARCHITECT Born in Jeddah, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia 29th February, 1996  Phone: (+996) 549946644 Email: Kalamiri2996@gmail.com 

ABOUT ME I am an Intern Architect, first year graduate at Faculty of Enviornmental Design, King Abdulaziz University in Jedda, Saudi Arabia.  During the years spent in F.E.D I was seeking to gain as much as knowledge as i can by studying under the supervision of different oriented instructors to widen my field of knowledge, and be capable of adaptation at work. About my personal interests, I am passionate about Architecture and design in general, I am really a curious person when it comes to details and knowing the back story of an idea, as much in exploring other cultures, and professions. I consider myself an open minded person when it comes to knowledge.

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EDUCATION

EXHIBITIONS

2014-2019 BA in Architecture Jeddah - King Abdulaziz University - Faculty

2019 Capstone Design Project  Marsam 2

2011-2014 High School Certification Jeddah - Al-Andalus Private School

SOFTWARES

of Environmental Design

EXPERIENCES 2018 Internship At Fawzi Talal Sulaimani Office of Architecture.  2017 Internship At Bojer Basyouni for Architecture and Construction.

COMPETITIONS & INITIATIVES 

- Revit

- Rhinoceros

- Maya

- Autocad - Grasshopper - Lumion

- Illustrator

- Photoshop

- In Design

- Corel - Prezi - Office

TRAITS 

- Communication

- Leadership

- Teamwork

2019 Rwat Al-Hadeeth Design Competition Al-Madinah Region Development Authority 

- Initiative - Adaptability - Responsible

2019 Falastin Street Development Iniative Jeddah Municipality

2018 Obhur Fish Lake Design Competition Jeddah Municipality

LANGUAGES 

2018 Al-Andalus Tunnel  Jeddah Municipality 

- Craftsmanship

- Arabic (Native)

- Coordinator

- Multi tasker 

- English (Upper Intermediate)

2017 Pavillion Design Competition  Florida International University 5


MAIN PROJECTS 

ACADEMIC

- Jeddah Culture Center 8-17 - Falastin Street Development 18-25 - Architecture School 26-39 - Mixed Use Building  40-47

COMPETITIONS & INITIATIVES 

- Rwat Al-Hadeeth Museum 48-55 - Pavillion Design 56-61 - Obhur Fish Lake 62-0 - Al Andalus St. Tunnel Interior Facade 70-77


SELECTED WORKS

2017-2019


ACADEMIC

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JEDDAH CULTURE CENTER

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JEDDAH CULTURE CENTER 

BRIEF  The project is the result of the capstone design research. The main theme is designing a culture center , the topic is to design a culture center center that reflects historic Jeddah’s local culture in a contemporary way 

CULTURE CENTER

Followed by a special study to acquire more info about the types of tourism in Jeddah to be able to know exactly where the hot spots are to attract the tourist to the cultural center. 

HERITAGE LOCATIONS

The approach was to come up with a concept and architectural program that responds to the problem statement. 

PROBLEM STATEMENT  “

How to reflect historic Jeddah’s culture in a contemporary way ” 

LOCATION  The project site is in Al-Baghdadyah neighbourhood district. The property is located on the shore of AlArbae’n lake, the property is a part of a residential area according to Al-Amanah zoning, the project is bounded on 1 side by existing and projected heritage building and is on intersection of Hail St., Hamza Shahata Rd. The project property is a corner lot bounded by the north and west by streets (moderate traffic) with an historic building on the east.   10

SITE LOCATION

HIGH DENSITY

AL-BAGHDADYAH

JEDDAH


Masharef / 07 May - 10 June Layaly Masharef Ramadan

  TYPES OF TOURISM  A

B

C

RELIGIOUS

ARCHAELOGICAL

REGULAR

Roshan Mall / 22 Sep - 23 Sep Ahbik Ya Watan Roshan Mall / 26 Jan - 26 Feb Jeddah Shopping Festival

Events Place in Obhor / 29 March - 07 April

1. Ramadan 2. Umrah 3. Hajj

1. Cultural Based 2. Archaelogical Sites

Wonders Beach

1. Shopping 2. Activities 3. F&B

Events Place in Obhor / 18 April - 28 April Rise Up Fireball / 04 April - 07 April Jmatna

ACTIVITY TIMELINE LAYOUT 

Take Off Centre / 21 May - 09 July Heritage Food With A Modern Test Festival Take Off Centre / 10 Sep - 20 Sep

Nahda Land For Events / 07 Feb - 09 Feb

World Of Glowing Colors LUMINARIUM

Dreamville

Western Sky Aviation / 31 Jan - 03 Feb

Western Sky Aviation / 10 Jan - 20 Jan

Rajana Ayamona

Jeddah Food Festival

Mall Of Arabia / 26 Jan - 26 Feb Jeddah Shopping Festival

Western Sky Aviation / 07 March - 10 March

Ramadan

Muhar ra

m

Redsea Mall / 26 Jan - 26 Feb

Bubbles Festival

Jeddah Shopping Festival

Western Sky Aviation / 07 Nov - 10 Nov IGN Convention Saudi

Water Front / 22 Sep - 24 Sep

Atallah Happy Land Park / 28 Feb - 29 March

National Day Celebration

Hajj

Jeddah Global Village

Water Front / 21 Sep - 24 Sep

Sa far

The National Day Light Festival Water Front / 14 June - 17 July

Umrah

52%

Bisat Alreeh

Bisat Alreeh

Jeddah Exhibition Centre / 14 Sep - 16 Sep Gamerscon

West Bay Water Front / 20 Dec - 04 May X JED

REG U LA R TOU RIS M

Cultural Based

I bi Ra

Archaelogical Sites

Jeddah Exhibition Centre / 13 April - 18 April

Jeddah Exhibition Centre / 21 May - 26 May

World Cup Festival Water Front / 15 Feb - 19 Feb

Sofitel Jeddah Corniche / 17 May - 19 May Tamr w Laban

Behind Souk Al Shahtea / 31 May - 20 June Oswa

An Nawras Square / 21 June - 23 June

Bench Mark Venue / 01 March - 03 March

Al Eid Village

Shopping

Bench Mark Venue / 19 April - 21 April

Lammatna 2 The Beach Football Field / 30 Jan - 02 Feb

Color Festival

TBA / 26 June - 23 July

Rajana Ayamona 2

Jeddah Eid Festival

Activities

Rabi II

F&B Religious Tourism

Archaelogical Tourism

Stars Avenue / 26 Jan - 26 Feb Jeddah Shopping Festival

Regular Toursim

The Boulevard / 25 Oct - 28 Oct

Layali Ramadan

International Coffee Week The Boulevard / 27 Feb - 03 March

Gailah Fog

Scent - Perfume and Roses Festival

Jeddah Shopping Festival

IS LA MIC TOU RIS M

Jumad a

l-Hijjah

16%

Souk Ramadan

The Backyard / 08 June - 10 June The Boulevard / 18 April - 02 May Le Prestige / 26 Jan - 26 Feb

Serafi Mega Mall / 18 June - 14 July

Lailaty Hall / 01 June - 03 June

Fans Festival

Qamra 2

Le Prestige / 17 May - 20 May

Le Prestige / 08 June - 10 June

Raza

Gamra

Serafi Mega Mall / 26 Jan - 26 Feb Jeddah Shopping Festival Tahliya TBA / 23 May - 27 May Takiy

305 Athletic Lifestyle Venue / 05 April - 07 April DO RE MI Festival 305 Athletic Lifestyle Venue / 08 Feb - 09 Feb

Teatro Mall / 26 Jan - 26 Feb Jeddah Shopping Festival

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Naranj / 08 May - 10 May

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Emaar Square / 20 April - 22 April Caffiene (Coffee Festival)

Al Andalus Mall / 26 Jan - 26 Feb Jeddah Shopping Festival Al Salaam Mall / 26 Jan - 26 Feb

Shabaa

n

Ramad an Muharram

Emaar Square / 08 April - 10 April

Khan Al Khalili

Al Balad / 30 March - 08 April Historic Jeddah Festival (Atareek) Al Balad / 20 Sep - 23 Sep Historic Jeddah Events (Misk)

Program A October

Emaar Square / 29 Nov - 01 Dec Caffeine 3

Emaar Square / 23 May - 27 May

Jeddah Shopping Festival

ACTIVITY CALENDER September

Emaar Square / 29 Jan - 02 Feb The Mask Carnival

October

November

Safar

November

Program B December

Rabi I

December

January

Rabi II

January

February

Jumada I

February

March

Jumada II

Program C March

April

Rajab

April

May

Shaaban

May

Program D June

Ramadan

June

July

Shawwal

Al Balad / 09 June - 13 June Hakaya Misk Jeddah

Program E July

August

Dhu Al-Qidah

August

September

Dhu Al-Hijjah

Ramadan Hajj Umrah Cultural Based Archaelogical Sites Shopping Activities F&B

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JEDDAH CULTURE CENTER 

CONCEPT 

1-

OUTDOOR EXHIBITS

2-

OUTDOOR EXHIBITS

3-

OUTDOOR WORKSHOP

4-

PERFORMANCE AREA

“Bring the culture center to the people.”  HOW  Provide a functional program that matches the tourists activities in which it changes throughout the year according to the 5 events that occurs in Jeddah during the year, which in conclusion a goal can be achieved that the cultural center becomes accentric point where tourists start their journey from.   AC T I V I T E S

PROGRAM 1

PROGRAM 2

PROGRAM 3

PROGRAM 4

PROGRAM 5

+ S PAC E S

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2

3

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5

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+ C U LT U R E

A RT S

KNOWLEDGE

BELIEFS

CUSTOMS

MORALS

MASS DEVELOPMENT  20 METER SETBACK

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15 METER SETBACK

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6- Extruding Entrances

7- Substracting Masses

4- Orientation Towards Albalad

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5- Distributing Uses

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8- Extruding Exhibition Masses

5- AMPHITHEATRE


AMPHITHEATRE

1

OUTDOOR EXHIBITS

2

OUTDOOR EXHIBITS

5

PERFORMANCE AREA

4

OUTDOOR WORKSHOP

3

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JEDDAH CULTURE CENTER 

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GROUND FLOOR ON SITE

6

Backstage

2

2

Indoor Exhibits (Music)

7

Indoor Exhibits (Arts Craft.)

Adminstration

3

Amphitheatre

2

Indoor Exhibits (Trading)

3

3

Outdoor Performance

Outdoor Workshop

5

2

Auditorium

Indoor Exhibits (Knowledge)

2

Indoor Exhibits (Arch Crafts.)

3

Outdoor Commercial

9

Gift Shop

3

Outdoor Exhibits

1

2

Indoor Exhibits (Patterns)

Secondary Entrance

3

Outdoor Exhibits

4

Library

10

Exit

8

Commercial

1 2

Entrance

3

Outdoor Exhibition.

4 5

Library.

6

Backstage.

7 8

Adminstration

Indoor Exhibition.

Auditorium.

Commercial.

9 Gift Shop. 10 Exit

14

Hail St.


N

  FIRST FLOOR PLAN

1

Library

2

Classrooms

3

Control Room

4

Vice President (Artistic)

5

President

 6

Kitchen

SECTION B-B

SECTION A-A

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ACADEMIC

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FALASTIN STREET DEVELOPMENT

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FALASTIN STREET DEVELOPMENT 

BRIEF 

ATTRACTION POINTS LAYOUT 

The project is the result of an urban design course. Attraction points are created by considering all ages of the visitors, so the distance between an attraction The aim was to bring life back to falastin street as to another is 300 meters. it’s considered one of the most developed street in BRISK PACE WALKING PACE jeddah yet it was a failure. Our approach is to confront the selected site from 4 point of view (Walkability, Quality of Arch. Urban design, Quality of life, Increased Density) in response to our problem statement. 

3-5KM\H

5-7KM\H

300 M

450 M

4-6 MINUTES

4-6 MINUTES

TEMPORAL EXPERIENCE 

LOCATION 

The user impacts the space in two ways through his motion and position which translates to two Falastin Street is a long , important , collecter variations for the use (User at rest - User at mostreet between Al-Andalus rd, and Al-Corniche tion).  rd. located at Al-Hamra’a district which play also as a commercial street acording to Municipality of USER’S MOTION - POSITION  Jeddah.   

HOLISTIC APPROACH  ATTRACTION: Added attraction points to enhance the walkability within an appropriate walking distance  TEMPORALITY: All activites and events thats happening within street context  BALANCED DENSITY: All that overlooking the street (land,property and uses)   

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Direction

Visual Reach

User at rest: Time duration for users at rest depends activites he/she can witness. User at motion: Time duration for users depends upon interest/path 

INCREASED DENSITY 

Increasing density by creating a balance between buildings and open spaces, providing good public services starting with distributing density all over the place.  

Elevation Of Sight

Stop (Transition)

Uniformity Time Varitation


DESIGN PROCESS  Nodes 

  Nodes distributed in the site according to walkability radius of 300m

Social Activity   

LESS SOCIAL ACTIVITY

MORE SOCIAL ACTIVITY

LESS SOCIAL

MORE SOCIAL

ACTIVITY

ACTIVITY

Minimal Path   

Generators  Parking are distirbuted in the site according to the walkibility radius of 600m 

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30

M

PARKING

Optimization 

PARKING

PEDESTRIAN

LOOP

PEDESTRIANT BRIDGE

SITE EXPERIENCE

CONNECTION POINTS

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FALASTIN STREET DEVELOPMENT 

AXONOMETRIC 

Shading Device 

Green Area 

Water Features  

SHARED STREET SECTION 

Sidewalk

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Landscape Parklets

Street

Street

Landscape Parklets

Sidewalk


MASTER PLAN

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ACADEMIC

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ARCHITECTURE SCHOOL

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Land Area

BRIEF  The project is an Architecture School designed to consist of educational facilities for staff and students. The School will designed for 400 students. The project will provide a series of innovative spaces for research, teaching, and learning, as well as informal spaces for staff and students to interact, relax, or study in between formal classes. Space efficiency is essential here as the lack of built up area should not compromise the quality and function of the space.  Land Area: 7000 sqm  Foot Print Area: 60%  Height: 13 m Maximum

LOCATION  The project site is located on the westren coast of Saudi Arabia, in the north side of Jeddah city, In Al Mohammadiyah neighborhood, near the intersection of Prince Sultan Road and Assalam Street. et

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Prince Su

King Abulaziz Road

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7.000

ARCHITECTURE

SCHOOL 400 STUDENTS

sqm

ARCHITECTURE SCHOOL 

13 m Maximum

Height

of BUILDING

60%

Footprint area


CONCEPT 

AREA PROGRAM

CIRCULATION

Building an interactive community between the public and the students through a unique type of circulation that creates a sense of diversity that STUDIO: attracts the public into accessing functional spaces taking into account the privacy of the students. CLASS:

WHY 

Per Student

%

Space

Student

Sqm

Mod ules

4.00

100

1600

23

2.00

56

450

08

RECREATION:

0.00

00

270

05

AUDITORIUM:

0.7

55

400

05

3.00

45

540

06

WORKSHOP:

11.0

13

580

07

PRAYER:

0.85

80

261

04

W.C:

0.00

00

384

06

ADMIN:

0.00

00

750

12

Sqm

Humans are naturally wired with a tendency to interact with each other LIBRARY: -Interaction lowers Stress level -Interaction increases Vitality -Interaction increases Productivity

ACADE. Entrance

Welcoming Area

Cafe

360Bachelors 200

300

Master 400

500

72 11

Restroom

12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

+

PUBLIC

=

PUBLIC

PRIVATE

PRIVATE

PUBLIC

12

01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10

Office

Studio

400Student

100

ADMIN.

PRIVATE

Studio 01

7

13

19

25

6

Studio

Office

Classroom

60 Student In Each Studio 6 Master Student In 4 Studios

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ARCHITECTURE SCHOOL 

MASS DEVELOPMENT 

4.2 sq 00

m

30

1-

Site Boundaries

2-

Carved to place the private functions

3-

Extruded the mass located on main road to attract visitors

4-

Extrudeed the mass located on the branch road for easy access to services

5-

Extruded the Auditorium

2-

Connected the buildings through a bridge


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JEDDAH CULTURE CENTER 

GROUND FLOOR ON SITE

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12 15

6 9

3

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Service Parking

+0.00

-6.45

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Main Entrance

Prince Sultan Branch Road

Prince Sultan Branch Road

Prince Sultan Branch Road

Prince Sultan Road

1- Entrance 2- Adminstration 3- Multipurpose Hall 4- Restaurant 5- Core 6- Studio 7- Cafe 8- Library 9- Auditorium

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BASEMENT FLOOR PLAN

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12 15

6 9

3

0m

-6.45

4 -2.85

-3.45

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-2.85 -3.45

5 6

14

-3.45

13

-3.45

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-2.85

1 16

12

8

13

-2.40

1- Entrance 4- Restaurant 5- Core 6- Studio 8- Library 12- Staff Rest Area 13- M.E.P 14- Prayer 15- Recreation 16- Out Door Seating

Section A-A

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JEDDAH CULTURE CENTER 

FIRST FLOOR PLAN

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12 15

17 5

17

+3.45

17 17 17

5

18

+3.45

9 16

+3.45

+3.45

7

+0.15

+4.15

7

   

5- Core 7- Cafe 9- Auditorium 16- Out Door Seating 17- Classroom 18- Instructors Offices

EAST ELEVATION

ARCHITECTURE SCHOOL

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6 9

3

0m


SECOND FLOOR PLAN

18

12 15

5

6 9

3

0m

21

+6.45

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5

2

+6.45

   

2- Adminstration 5- Core 19- Printers Room 20- Assembly 21- Machinery

WEST ELEVATION

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ACADEMIC

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MIXED USE BUILDING

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MIXED USE BUILDING 

BRIEF 

LOCATION 

AREA PROGRAM

The project is a mixed-use building that serves purpose in a urban development that blends residential, adminstrator or cultural, institutional, or industrial ,commercial,uses, where those functions are physically and functionally integrated, and that provides pedestrian connections.

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inah Almad

a Rd. onawar ah Alm

. wara Rd Almona

The aim is to inject life and authenticity into the area.

STRUCTURAL MODULE 

Services 7.2

7.2 7.2

7.2

The project site is located on the westren coast of Saudi Arabia, in the center of Jeddah city, In Al Ruwais neighborhood, near the intersection of Falastin St. and Al Madinah al monawarah Rd. Exactly after 300m of Haifa’a Mall..

Retail

# of Units

Space in sqm 

Restaurant A 1 400 sqm Restaurant B 1 317.7 sqm Cafeteria A 1 127 sqm Cafeteria B 1 106 sqm Cafeteria C 1 71 sqm Cafe 1 150 sqm 

Land Area: 2500 sqm  FAR: 5.1  Foot Print Area: 60%  Max Stories: 12  Max Built up Area: 12750 sqm

LOCATION 

Space in sqm

Office A 14 3710 sqm Office B 2 568 sqm Office C 6 1116 sqm Office D 6 522 sqm Office E 6 1800 sqm 

in Almad

The approach was to provide a passage that allows more interaction in the area through the services provided by the project.

# of Units

51.84 SQM

1.875

# of Units

Space in sqm 

Lobby 16 608 sqm Storage 1 82 sqm Core 22 1166 sqm Corridor  1 43 sqm 

1.4

Total Area

42

1.44SQM

10786 sqm


DESIGN PROCESS 

LANDSCAPE DESIGN 

LANDSCAPE DESIGN 

1-  Passage 

1-  Site Features 

1-  Provides 

    2-

  3-

Form the passage corresponding to site

Extrude mass to site features

2-

Inviting Entrance 

  3-

2-

Attraction Points 

  Green

3-

Royal Bustan

User’s Targeting

Gulf Center

Ramada Continental

Al amoudi holidays for language teaching Hanaa ibrahim salama international foundation

Centro Shaheen

4-

Added levels

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Graded in mass to avoid exceeding allowed built area. smoothened the inner edges to the feel of the project rigidness

Pattern generated from site  site features 

4-

Distance Covered by Foot

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JEDDAH CULTURE CENTER 

   

   

GROUND FLOOR ON SITE

MEZZANINE FLOOR PLAN

FIRST FLOOR PLAN

0.00

I.T

0.15

0.70

Cafeteria

Cafeteria Utility

Storage

DN UP

Cafe

Office B

Cafeteria

UP

Lobby

DN

Cafeteria Utility

Restaurant Utility

Cafeteria

Cafeteria Utility

I.T

DN

B

B

B

B

Lobby

Restaurant

UP

Restaurant UP

Restaurant DN

Office A

0.70

Restaurant DN 0.15

0.00

Street

TYPICAL A FLOOR PLAN 2ND/3RD/4TH

TYPICAL B FLOOR PLAN 5TH/6TH/7TH

TYPICAL C FLOOR PLAN 8TH/9TH/10TH

I.T

I.T

   

I.T

   

Office C

I.T Office D

B

B

Office A

44

B

B

Office E

B

B

Office A


+45.30

+43.30

+39.70

+36.10

+32.50

+28.90

+25.30

+21.70

+18.10

+14.50

+10.90

+7.30

+4.30

+0.70 +0.15 0.00

-3.00

-6.00

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COMPETITIONS

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RWA’AT AL HADEETH MUSEUM  (PROPOSAL 1)

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RWA’AT AL HADEETH (PROPOSAL 1) 

   

   

BRIEF 

CONCEPT PROCESS 

MUSEUM USES 

The design of Al-Hadith Narrators museum is based on in-depth analysis of the proccess of collecting and investigating Al-Hadith Al-Sharif, thanks to the effort of the narratorts as well as the Al-Jarh and Al-Tadeel specialists

1-

Type: Competition  Duration: 2 Weeks

LOCATION 

    2-

The heart of the mass represents the prophency beacon and the connection to the sky.

Cubes are aligned to represent the companions of the Prophet Mohammed, providing the grid on which the plans can be organized. 

Al-Madinah Al-Monwrah, Saudi Arabia.  Airport

Site Al Haram

3-

Abyar Ali Masjid Quba'a

PROBLEM STATEMENT  Museums are usually located in the center of the cities due to the easing accessibility for museum visitors, yet in this case Rwaat Al-Hadith museum is far from the city center thus it is an opportunity to be considered as an essential seed for the next city urban context development. 

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Ground floor cubes are organized around the central atrium in three layers; representing Al-Sahaba, Al-Tabeen and Tabeen Al-Tabeen.

4-

Modern code, being manifested in a pure mass, represents Al-Hadith after Al-Jarh and Al-Tadeel process. Traditional code represents the urban fabric of the traditional city.


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COMPETITIONS

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FISH LAKE DESIGN COMPETITION

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FISH LAKE DESIGN COMPETITION   PROJECT BRIEF   

  LOCATION

Lake fish was inaugurated in 2005.

The pollution rate reached 300% in 2014 and affected it’s surrounding (Corniche). We have developed the Lake for the relevance to the public. 

First Bridge Create an experience from the fish park to al-corniche passing by the fish sculpture. 

DESIGN CONCEPT   

Raising the level of interaction between the user and the Fish through bridges to revitalize the region, revive its history and preserve the value of the fish as it is, and increases it’s value to the visitors and the people of Jeddah. 

Second Bridge Ease the accessibility between the two banks of the site.

  BRIDGES CONCEPT     

First Bridge Create an experience from the fish park to al-corniche passing by the fish sculpture.  Second Bridge Ease the accessibility between the two banks of the site. Third Bridge  Create an experience for user between the park and fish sculpture.

GENERAL INFORMATION 

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Competetion type: Architecture Duration: 4 Ddays Location: Jeddah, saudi arabia

Third Bridge  Create an experience for user between the park and fish sculpture. Fish Sculpture Due to the importnce and value of the fish sculpture we renovated it. Landscape Provide trees to the northern and southern side of the park with palm trees


  LOCATION

SECTION

SUSTAINABILITY - USING OF WASTE CONTAINERS

The world is now aware of the reckless exploitation of natural resources and is now consciously trying to move towards a sustainable future. Within this endeavor, it has become very important to think about intelligent solutions to building materials and to mitigate traditional solutions. Freight containers are one of the best quality construction solutions that can be easily recycled and are available globally as there are nearly two million unused containers in ports around the world. We would like to use them so that they help make the project more efficient in terms of sustainable sources. 59


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COMPETITIONS

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AL ANDALUS ST. TUNNEL INTERIOR FACADE

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AL ANDALUS ST. TUNNEL INTERIOR FACADE

1

BRIEF 

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

Al-Madinah

The design of Al-Hadith Narrators museum is based on in-depth analysis of the proccess of collecting and investigating Al-Hadith Al-Sharif, thanks to the effort of the narratorts as well as the Al-Jarh and Al-Tadeel specialists

Jeddah

Type: Initiative Duration: 4 Days

Makkah

LOCATION  Jeddah, Al-Andalus Road, Saudi Arabia. 

ABSTRACT

  The circle is the point all islamic pattern start from, The circle is a symbol for al-islam and symbolizes that al-kaabah is the center for muslims.

Al-Madinah

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Makkah


DESIGN DEVELOPMENT 

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PATTERN TRANSFORMATION 

Average speed in in seconds: 20 m/s

Average speed is 75 km/h

60 meter for every changing point in the pattern

60m

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60m

60m

Pattern Transforms in 3 seconds

60m

60m

60m

60m

60m

60m

60m


DETAILED SECTION  Light Spaces

Light Spaces

Concrete Wall

GRC Board Pattren (GRC)

Concrete Wall GRC Board Pattren (GRC)

Light Spaces

Light Spaces

Steel Hooks

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COMPETITIONS

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FLORIDA INTERNATIONA UNIVERSITY SOCIAL PAVILLION

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F.I.U SOCIAL PAVILLION

PROJECT BRIEF 

TRANSFORMATION 

  The project is a social pavillion placed around Florida International University campus to serve as street furniture, which was formed by a transformation in movement phases

DESIGN CONCEPT 

The transformation was inspired from the 7 movement phases which muslims do in prayer which serves a purpose in raising awareness about islam religion

   

GENERAL INFORMATION  Competetion type: Architecture - Furniture Duration: 7 Days Location: Florida, united states

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PAVILLION SECTION

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FURNITURE RENDERS Furniture design transformation fill.

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PORTFOLIO 2017-2019

KHALID HESHAM AL-AMIRI

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Profile for Khalid Alamiri

Khalid H Al-Amiri Portfolio / KAUARCH  

Khalid H Al-Amiri Portfolio / KAUARCH  

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