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MOHAMMAD ABDULLE

ARCHITECTURAL TECHNOLOGIST


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TABLE OF CONTENTS A

1 SECTION DETAIL SKETCHUP

AUTOCAD

REVIT

ADOBE CC


SKETCH-UP

ATB BANK DESIGN COMPETITION PROJECT SUMMARY

For a second year design course, students designed a bank building with an adjacent community space of the student’s choosing for a site in downtwon Edmonton. For my commnity space I chose to make it a Immigrant Welcome Centre. Conceptually the building was dessigned around the word “Acceleration”. The building was designed to represent both the acclerating financialization of industry and the accelarating demographic change that many advanced economies are experiencing.

LEFT: Shown here is a evening rendering of the front entrance. The image was rendered using Enscape. ABOVE: What is shown above is a rendering of the site plan. It was rendered in Enscape.

LEFT: This interior rendering shows the teller counter. Behind the teller counter is a mural by artist Tierra Connor. It was rendered in Enscape.


SKETCHUP

CISCO SMART BUILDING DESIGN COMPETITION PROJECT SUMMARY

I along with an interdisciplinary team consisting of Rebecca Lademann, Kim Miller, Braden Bjorgum, Tetchienna Lysons and Shalaka Thakur were tasked with designing a multi-family residential building with a maximum building area of 6000 sq. ft. The building was to consist of not more than 6 units. The design had to be a sustainable, secure, smart building suitable for central Edmonton that integrated innovative technologies. LEFT: Shown here is a daytime rendering of the front entrance. The rendering was rendered using Enscape. BELOW: Shown here are two renderings of the interior of one of the units. The renderings were rendered using Enscape. ABOVE: What is shown above is a rendering of the site plan.

BELOW: What is shown below is a rendering of the back of the building.


AUTOCAD

DORMITORY PROJECT

A

B

C

D

E

F

PROJECT SUMMARY

For a second year construction documents course, we were tasked with creating working drawings from a set of design documents created by another student. LEFT: Shown here is a site plan of the dormitory project. SCHOOL OF APPLIED SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

1 MECH.

3

STORAGE

CORRIDOR JANITOR STAIRS 2 CAFE

KITCHEN VEST.

3

1

A NAIT DORMITORY PROJECT

BUILDING SECTIONS

A1.1

1

NORTH ELEVATION

MACH.

MENS LADIES

SITE PLAN

RIGHT: Shown here is north elevation. The elevation provides information on the exterior finishes and the placement of exterior doors and windows.

VEST.

OFFICE

STAIRS 1

2

RIGHT: Shown here is the main floor plan of the dormitory. The main floor plan includes a cafe where students socialize.

CORRIDOR

ARCHITECTURAL TECHNOLOGY

B

C

D

MAIN FLOOR PLAN

E

F


AUTOCAD

A

A

SCHO SCIENCE

ARCHIT

The dormitory plan details explain the assemblies of selected wall connections. 1

1

1

1

PLAN DETAIL

2

3

PLAN DETAIL

PLAN DETAIL

D

4

PLAN DETAIL

B

A

NAIT

3

3

5

PLAN DETAIL

3

6

PLAN DETAIL

3

7

PLAN DETAIL

PLA

8

PLAN DETAIL


AUTOCAD

3

1

A

1

SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND T

ARCHITECTURAL

The dormitory wall sections clarify the assemblies of various wall types in the building.

BDRM.

BDRM.

SUITE

LAUNDRY

BDRM.

BDRM.

SUITE

LAUNDRY

NAIT DOR

CAFE

VEST.

KITCHEN

MECH.

WALL SE

1

WALL SECTION

2

WALL SECTION

3

WALL SECTION

4

WALL SECTION

A


AUTOCAD 3

1

SCH SCIENCE

1

ARCH

The dormitory section details clarify how the building envelope connects to the structural framing. 4 1

SECTION DETAIL

SECTION DETAIL

3 1

7

2

SECTION DETAIL

SECTION DETAIL 5

SECTION DETAIL

3 1

1

NAIT

SEC

3

SECTION DETAIL

5

SECTION DETAIL

8

SECTION DETAIL


AUTOCAD

2

1

SECTION DETAIL

PLAN

4 5

SECTION DETAIL

SECTION DETAIL

3

SECTION DETAIL

C.I.P. CONCRETE STAIRS

SCHOOL OF SUSTAINABLE BUILDING AND ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT ARCHITECTURAL TECHNOLOGY

SECTION DETAILS

7B


AUTOCAD

LEFT: The reception desk was designed based on shop drawings provided by an instructor.

1

RIGHT: We were tasked with researching the Alberta Buidling Code to design a safe set of stairs and railings.

5

SECTION DETAIL

2

SECTION DETAIL

SECTION DETAIL

3

SECTION DETAIL

4

SECTION DETAIL

CABINETRY ASSESSMENT

SCHOOL OF SUSTAINABLE BUILDING AND ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT ARCHITECTURAL TECHNOLOGY

SECTION DETAILS

11.2


REVIT

OFFICE PROJECT

PROJECT SUMMARY As part of a second year Computer Applications class, we were tasked with creating a complete set of working drawings in REVIT.

ABOVE: What is shown above is a day-time rendering of the interior of the building.


REVIT

LEFT: The site plan was drafted in REVIT and rendered in Enscape.


REVIT A

B

C

D

SCHOOL OF APPLIED BUILDING SCIENCE

4200

2895

5410 DST-1-B

4760

W1

W1

W2

W1

600

D103-B

WASHROOM 1 102

3 P2

OFFICE 1

OFFICE 3

D102

RECEPTION

4415

380

105

SCHOOL OF APPLIED BUILDING SCIENCE ARCHITECTURAL TECHNOLOGY

P1

104

W1

P1

1

P3

P1

101 Date

Description

W1

103

P1

D103-A

No.

285

VEST.

P3 UP

DST-1-A

1945

ST-1

1945

N. STAIRS

W1

P1

110

360

P7 600

P1

HALL

K1

P1

P3

D105

D107

D109

14160

4

2

P1

P1

D101

8830

2

240

3655

600

The drawing package included floor plans, reflected ceiling plans, elevations, wall sections, plan details and section details. E

F

20920

ARCHITECTURAL TECHNOLOGY

1

E

D106

MOORE'S 4415

Unnamed

1 : 10

E

S. STAIRS

OFFICE 2 K1

380

108

285

A2.5

Scale

Date

P3

W1

1 : 10

360

W2

2

4760

240

W1 2000

1605

2500

745

1730

K1 515

1800

5160

P3

MOORE'S INSURANCE 2

106

Checker

7 1 : 10

P1

1

6

PLAN DETAIL 1

Description

107

W1

W1

1

No.

K1

OFFICE 5

840

5

W1

Author

Checked by

P1

VEST.

23 APR 2019

Drawn by

5

UP

OFFICE 4

DST-2-A

D108-A

50x150mm ALUMINUM MULLION

ST-2

109

Date

140

ALUMINUM BREAKSHAPE

0001

600

K1 215

Project Number

P4

1945

T.O. 1ST FLOOR - Callout 1

1945

2

840

-

D108-B

INSURANCE

F

T.O. 1ST FLOOR - Callout 1

Unnamed

1 : 10 Project Number

0001

2105


ADOBE CC

RIGHT: For a Computer Applications class, we were tasked with rendering the floor of a coffee shop in Adobe PhotoShop.

RIGHT: Main floor plan of the ATB Bank of the Future. It shows the functional layout of the private and public spaces and the two building tenants. It was drafted in AutoCAD and rendered in Adobe PhotoShop.

ABOVE: Floor plans for the main floor and second floor. They show functional layout of the 4 units we designed as part of the CISCO Interdisciplinary Design Competition. It was drafted in AutoCAD and rendered in Adobe PhotoShop.


ADOBE CC BELOW: This is one of the presentation boards I submitted to the ATB Bank of the Future Design Competition. It was designed using Adobe Illustrator.

NORTH WEST PERSPECTIVE

ACCELERATION Acceleration is the change in rate or speed of something. It is commonly associated with cars in common parlance. For some people, it describes explosive bursts of energy. For others, it invokes images of the sharp and streamlined motion of aerodynamic objects. My bank of the future envisions a bank that is flexible. A bank that can be used by various local community groups to host events and meetings during after hours. To achieve this, the bank has to avoid storing any sensitive information on site but instead on a secure cloud. My community space is a Newcomer Welcome Centre. Canada has been experiencing accelerating demographic change and increasing rates of immigration for the past couple of decades. All these new immigrants require speedy services to assist them with integrating into their new communities and starting their new lives.

ABOVE: This is a magazine cover that I designed using Adobe PhotoShop.

BANK INTERIOR 1 SUSTAINABILITY FEATURES • Solar Panels • Natural Lighting • LED Lighting • Low VOC Paint • Greywater Reuse

BANK INTERIOR 2

• Rainwater Harvesting • Low Flow Plumbing Fixtures • Low Emissivity Glazing • Electrochromic Glazing

SOUTH EAST PERSPECTIVE

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