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CONTENT

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ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN

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LANDSCAPE DESIGN

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URBAN DESIGN

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LOW INCOME HOUSING BOOKLET

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MODELING


Mental Rehab Center

Al Shohada’ Park

The Loop // Out of Ordinary

Low Income Housing Project

Cultural Center

Farmers Market


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1 ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN

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Mental Rehab Center People that suffer from mental illnesses have closed, complicated and unstable minds, so when I designed the layout of my building I began designing using the rectangular shape which is stable but closed. To create a design that’s open, stable and welcoming for the patients I had to do some modifications and changes. I began sketching in different ways with the rectangular shape until I came up with a simple, open, and a stable layout design

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SITE PLAN

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Mental Rehab Center

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BASEMENT FLOOR


GROUND FLOOR

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Mental Rehab Center

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FIRST FLOOR


SECOND FLOOR

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Mental Rehab Center

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THIRD FLOOR


FOURTH FLOOR

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Mental Rehab Center

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SECTION AA


SECTION BB

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Mental Rehab Center

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SOUTH ELEVATION


WEST ELEVATION

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Mental Rehab Center

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PERSPECTIVES


PERSPECTIVES

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Low Income Housing The concept of my project is, creating a collaboration between the community of my project within each other and the society

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DESIGN DEVELOPMENT PHASES

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Low Income Housing

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SITE PLAN


GROUND FLOOR

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Low Income Housing

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FAMILY FIRST FLOOR


FAMILY FIRST FLOOR

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Low Income Housing

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SINGLE MOM AND WIDOW 1ST FLOOR


SINGLE MOM AND WIDOW 1ST FLOOR

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Low Income Housing

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SINGLE’S FIRST FLOOR


SECTIONS

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Low Income Housing

SOUTH ELEVATION

WEST ELEVATION

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ELEVATIONS


PERSPECTIVES

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Low Income Housing

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PERSPECTIVES


PERSPECTIVES

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Low Income Housing

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PERSPECTIVES


PERSPECTIVES

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CULTURAL CENTER Sails ship was the design concept behind the this project because it represents stability and strength. This Islamic Cultural Center will be presenting what islam is really like to newely Muslims around the world visiting Mekkah through the wonders and facts that our holy Qura’an has

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GROUND FLOOR

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CULTURAL CENTER

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FIRST AND SECOND FLOOR


SECTIONS

SECTION AA

SECTION BB

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CULTURAL CENTER

SOUTH ELEVATION

NORTH ELEVATION

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ELEVATIONS


PERSPECTIVES

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FARMERS MARKET Farmer’s market is a project located in Aldariyah area in Wadi Hanifa where faremrs have the opportunity to gather in one place and sell their local dates

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SITE PLAN

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FARMERS MARKET

GROUND FLOOR MALE TOILET

FEMALE TOILET

Ø22.00

SHOPS

SHOPS

Ø4.60 Ø3.38

1.40

LIFT SHOPS

SHOPS

2.45

UP

UP

SHOPS

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SHOPS

GROUND FLOOR PLAN


FIRST FLOOR Ø22.00

Ø16.00 3.00

GLASS RAILING

GLASS WALL Ø4.60 Ø3.38

DOWN

1.40

DOWN

LIFT

SHELVES 2.45

Ø16.00

Ø20.00

FIRST FLOOR PLAN

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FARMERS MARKET 11.1000

SECTION AT ELEVATOR

11.1000

SEE CROSS SECTION OF LIFT

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3.7500

3.7500

3.7500

3.7500

3.7500

3.7500

3.7500

3.7500


SECTION AT CORE

11.10

11.10

3.75

3.75

3.75

3.75

3.75

3.75

3.75

3.75

SECTION @ CENTER CORE

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2 LANDSCAPE DESIGN

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AL SHOHADA’ PARK This project has been a part of the UN Habitat “I am a city changer” competition. My friends and I had formed a group of 5 and produced this project. The concept of this project is derived from a flowers outline to create a wonderful place in the memory of the martyrs and the flower outline has created a very beautiful place for visitors in the park

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LAYOUT

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AL SHOHADA’ PARK

SECTION AA

SECTION BB

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SECTIONS


ELEVATIONS

WEST ELEVATION

SOUTH ELEVATION

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AL SHOHADA’ PARK

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PERSPECTIVES


PERSPECTIVES

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3 URBAN DESIGN

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THE LOOP//OUT OF THE ORDINARY The King Abdullah Walk circles my college “Prince Sultan University” and in this course we decided to work on the walk. We thought why not name it “The Loop”. The class was divided to different groups and started brainstorming concepts and ideas to apply to the groups design My Group and I choose “Out Of Ordinary” as our concept. Our group represented the loop with ordinary patterned columns. Each student had to redesign an element in The Loop My element was “material” and I represented Out Of Ordinary by designing a walk bridge in a critical area in the walk, where people had to cross the street to reach the other area, so my bridge prevents people from crossing the street with moving cars safely to the other area using the metal material

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THE LOOP//OUT OF THE ORDINARY

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PLAN


SECTIONS ELEVATIONS 0.30

3.50

3.00

3.50

3.50

3.50

FENCE

SECTION 1

2.00

2.50

SECTION 2

3.50

3.50

SECTION-1 CROSS

3.00

3.50

SECTION-2

2.00

ELEVATION 1

3.50

2.50

3.00

3.50

ELEVATION-1

3.50

3.00

2.50

2.00 0.30

ELEVATION 2

ELEVATION-2

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4 LOW INCOME HOUSING BOOKLET

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LOW INCOME HOUSING BOOKELT

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COVER PAGE


ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

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LOW INCOME HOUSING BOOKELT

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CONTENT


INTRO TO CHAPTER

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LOW INCOME HOUSING BOOKELT

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LOW INCOME HOUSING BOOKELT

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5 MODELING

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MODELING

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MODELING

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