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PORTFOLIO LAYLA AL-QADI


LAYLA AL-QADI Architecture is a story each one of us would experience and tell in a different way, a story that reflects our daily lives and our vision for a better future. That is why as an architect I want to writer my own story and share with others.

13.04.2018 Amman-Jordan

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PERSONAL INFO. Birthday:

22.09.1995

Nationality: Phone: Email:

Jordanien

EXPERIENCE

6-7.2018 10 Days

+962798738023

Tasks: Designing an urban settlement on Mars

layla_alqadi@yahoo.com

Address:

Amman-Jordan

3-7.2017 4 Weeks

COMPUTER SKILLS

Internship by “ Metaphorm ” - Amman Tasks: Interior design: Restaurant, School, Photography studio

3-7.2017 20 Weeks

Autocad

Architectural Association (AA) Jordan visiting school workshop

Internship by “hasscookzemmrich-STUDIO 2050” Stuttgart

Revit

Tasks: Working on the logistic center in Walldorf for “Promega” a leading biotech International company

Rhino Grasshopper 11.2016 1 Week

Photoshop

Workshop with Escola Tècnica Superior d’Arquitectura de Barcelona Workshop about social housing

Illustrator 1-2.2016 7-8.2016 8 Weeks

Indesign Lumion KeyShot

LANGUAGES

Arabic (Native) )

English (C2)

chitects” - Jordan. Tasks: - Office building design - Amman. - Villa Interior design - Amman. - Public Park Design - Qatar.

EDUCATION 2017 2016 2018 2013

German (B1)

Internship by “Emad Dabbas Ar-

2013 2010

Exchange student in master program. [Münster FH - Germany]

Bachelor in architecture

[German Jordaian University]

Highschool (Tawjihi).

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RECOMMENDATION LETTER

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Wednesday, May 23 2018

Subject: Recommendation letter for Layla Ali Al-Qadi To whom it may concern,

Kindly allow me to introduce myself, I am the co-owner and managing Partner of “METAPHORM for architecture & interior design” studio located in Dabouk, Amman – Jordan. I have had the pleasure of working with Ms. Layla Al Qadi, and while she had been working with us, she has demonstrated leadership, creativity, and a team work spirit. As a part of our team, Ms. Al Qadi had been assigned to work with us on four projects. The first project was working on the interior design of a restaurant located in Amman. The second project was a filming studio located in KSA. The third project was a school expansion project. As for the fourth project, it was an interior design project for a computer shop in Amman, Jordan. Her tasks included research presentations, design development, 3D modeling and rendering. In all required tasks, Ms. Al Qadi has proved punctuality with regards to her work, efficient timemanagement, and outstanding organizational skills. I offer high recommendations for Layla. She is able to successfully complete multiple tasks with favorable results despite deadline pressure. She was an active and positive member in our office, earning the respect of her colleagues and our clients. Her talent, abilities, and professionalism will truly be an asset to any team. If you have any questions regarding this recommendation, please do not hesitate to contact me. Regards, Hana Elayan

METAPHORM Managing Partner Mobile (Jordan): +962 79 6238887 | Mobile (UAE): +971 55 8601234 Email: hana@mphorm.com | Website: www.mphorm.com Office | #7, Jreisat Plaza 2, Dabouq - Amman, Jordan | Tel: +962 6 53377794

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CONTENT

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Architectural Projects

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Nova Stratum

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Dusseldorf New Central Station

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Jordan Science And Technology Hub

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Mobile Medical Units

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Xtra Taste Restaurant InteriorDesign

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Construction Drawings

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ARCHITECTURAL PROJECTS

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“We shape our buildings, thereafter they shape us.”

Winston Churchill

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Nova Stratum THE NEW LAYERS OF MARS In the AA visiting school workshop, the task was to create a setelment on mars inspired from our visit to Petra and Wadi Rum, Using Rhino as a modelling tool we were able to generate our proposed site for the project and variant shell systems were tested, to create the most suitable layered experience that provides different zones and atmosphere for the residents of the designed settlement on Mars.

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Layla Al-Qadi. Lubna Mansour, Raya Nazi, Simon Balotis


Inspired by the layers of the sand,the feeling of walking in the sek of petra and the protecting shells of the animals we want to create a balanced environment between what we earth and Mars, that’s why we are creating layered environment system that provides differently atmospheres for the inhabitants .

Biospheres penetrating the shell to gain maximum sunlights Life supporting systems integrated within the shell structure

Bridges creating an interconnecting element in the canyon

Zone 1 Fabrication Laboratories & research Resources Storage

Zone 2 Living units Working Community spaces Wellbeing

Zone 3 Production Biosphere Laboratories & research

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PLAN

LONG SECTION

CROSS SECTION

Overlaping shells for layes of protection

Biodomes creating green spaces for the people inside

inner and outer shells, where the inner is going through the outer shell in some points

SECTIVE

Perforated shells create unique experience for the residents

Bridges connecting both sides of the cayon

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Relying on the fact that Mars lacks human living conditions different layers are of shells are placed based on the functions of three main zones : Industrial/ harvesting, living/ working and Biosphere. Tow glass domes were proposed to focus on main focal points in the site.

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DUSSELDORF NEW CENTRAL STATION Done With: Magda Drag

As the central station of the capital of NRW, Dßsseldorf Hbf is a hectic place with great flow of people using it either on a daily basis or for the first time. But unfortunately the current station doesn’t live up to its potential, because it only works as a place where you can find trains in instead of a transportation hub. To that end, we believe that we need a project not just to activate the train station, but also to enhance the surrounding area, a place for activities, exhibitions, markets and business.

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Our proposed building would be two interlocking masses raised above the platforms of the train station, linking the old station building and the car park on the other side.

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The first mass is directly connected to the platforms by escalators and lifts. The lifts are connecting the platforms with the rest of the building. Going to the first level there will be the market zone, which is a flexible public area where seasonal events are held.

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JORDAN SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY HUB In order to improve the economic and social situation of the people of Jordan, we need to improve their educational and intellectual situation, we need to give them the chance to develop and to make their ideas come true. From that philosophy I started my research to choose what type of a project I want to design, because in the end I want to leave an impact on Jordan as a whole, on the mentality of the people, and to create a prototype that can be the start of the change.

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PROBLEMS FACING INVENTORS IN JORDAN The need for a proper working environment for the innovative people of Jordan to solve the problems they face was the starting point for this project

Lack of foreign knowledge and experts.

No funding

No place for them to work.

CONCEPT Change In

Change In

Activities

DESIGN STATEMENT Technology and innovation are constantly changing and developing, that is why a flexible project is needed. A project that can keep up and adapt to the users, a dynamic project that can change with time, that you can add to or subtract from as the demand needs.

Experience/Circulation

Users

“ FLEXIBILITY �

Form and spaces

Events

PROGRAM Communication

Innovation Center

Connecting with the public

Where Ideas are created support area

Restaurants / Cafes

Bookshop

Entrance Public Simi-Private Private Strong connection Inner connection

Administration

Exhibition hall

meeting rooms areas

office space

Open green spaces

Light machines labs

Heavy machines labs

Quiet study area

Classes

Study area

Gathering area

Gathering areas

3D printing

Conference hall Library

Computer labs

Workshops

Supply and storage

Fabrication

Where ideas are built

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BREAKING DOWN THE PROJECT The site is near the Jordanian University, which would make it accessible by the students and for the public. Innovation Fabrication

1- Land Use

Communication

2- Zoning

Residential Commercial

Buffer area Hectic area

+20.00 +16.00 +12.00 +9.00 +6.00

4- Levels

3- Edges Zoning Parking

Greenery

service

5- Built Area Permanent buildings Platforms

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8- Structures Plaza

Permanent Flexible steel structue


DETAILS 1- Filling

2- Steel connections

Prefabricated materials can be added to the steel frames.

Using steel plates, steel angels and blot for installing the beams and columns while expanding.

Base Plate

Grout

Concrete foundation

Steel Column

Nut and Washer

Anchor Bolt

3- Foundation All the foundations of the columns will be built and ready in order just to add the columns to it later on.

STAGES OF THE PROJECT The project is going to be built on stages depending on the demand.

First Stage

Middle Stage

Final Stage

Built Stage

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SITE PLAN

2 levels built 2 levels only top built 1 level Shading (unbuilt) Expantion 1 level permanent buildings

Master plan for the growth of the flexible structure 26 26


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MOBILE MEDICAL UNITS

In this project I wanted to create a medical unit that can be moved, assembled and disassembled quickly and easily. in order for it to be efficient in the case of a terrorist attack.

this project can also be used in the case of other natural or manmade disasters. Areas:

Folded: 90 m2 Unfolded area: 202 m2

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FOR TERRORIST ATTACKS


Numbers:

Benefits:

Statistic shows the deaths due to terrorism worldwide from 2006 - 2014. Around 32,727 . 7/7 London Bombings: Boston Marathon bombing: 2008 Mumbai attacks: 2005 Amman bombings: 2004 Madrid train bombings:

740 injuries. 170 injuries. 308 injuries. 115 injuries. 1,800 injuries.

•Immediate Therapy. •Reduce the pressure on the hospitals. •Reduce using Ambulance cars. •Can use it as a normal mobile medical unit

The Form of the Project: Recycle High Cube 10` and 20` Shipping Containers.

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X-Ray

Mortuary chamber

Program Storage

Proposed Layout

Rest area 1

Management

Treatment Area Pharmacy

Surgery

Details Model 1: Pulling

Model 2: Resting

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W.C

Rest area 1


Model 3: Storage

Model 4: Treatment Area

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INTERIOR DESIGN

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Xtra taste restaurant is a small pizzeria in Amman -Jordan. The owner wanted to design a quick build interior design to renew the old restaurant.

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CONSTRUCTION DRAWINGS

Exported from Revit and edited in Autocad

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SHEET NAME

LAILA AL-QADI

DRAWN BY:

PRINT SIZE

SCALE

DATE

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2-5-2016

20131601080

Mr. & Mrs KHOURI VILLA

PROJECT NAME:

DESIGNING OFFICE

ARCH.KAWTHAR AL RAYYAN

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Adress: Amman-Jordan Email: Layla_alqadi@yahoo.com Tel: +962798738023

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Architectural Portfolio 2018 - Layla Al-Qadi  
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