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INTRODUCTION EXPERIENCE AT A GLANCE MAJOR PROJECT LOCATION PROJECT IN DETAIL

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MIXED USE DEVELOPMENT

outdoor retail, leisure and entertainment » JBR Enhancement » North Parcel, Financial Harbour

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» The Avenue, City Walk

UNIVERSITY PROJECT

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RESIDENTIAL_Beach front villa » Durrat Al Bahrain Villa

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CONCEPT MASTERPLAN and HOSPITALITY » Bahrain Marina

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RETAIL MALL and MIXED USE DEVELOPMENT » Destination Mall


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CONTENTS


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Introduction


Maha Musthafa

Bachelor Of Architecture Born to a family settled in the Middle-East and completing my grades and university in India, I was always fascinated by cultural values and activity pattern of people, and enjoyed coming up with designs majorly inspired by the culture, heritage and art of the country. I aim to contribute to the built and social environment by creating architecture that inspires the imagination and sustains our resources in an innovative and sustainable manner. My times in Manipal University, School of Architecture and Planning has served as a foudation, familiarising with a range of different techniques and approaches to the design process. Following gradutaion I joined Benoy Architects Abu Dhabi as an Architectural intern during the fall of 2013. On showing promise and confidence through my work I was assigned with greater responsibilities and joined the Middle east and Nortn Africa Studio as a key member for the iconic mixed use development project, The walk at JBR. Projects I have worked on over the years have focused not only on domestic scale but also on large scale master plan allowing myself to explore and build upon my own experiences in understanding and representing architectural spaces in all its complexities. Projects based on existing contexts and refurbishment has encouraged me to learn more about the services associated with the building and its surroundings. I have experience through the design process from Concept to Design Development and Site Superversion. Prior to Benoy, I have also worked with Design International in Abu Dhabi and was actively involved in developing and managing small scale projects such as beach front villa and holiday homes. I have also interned with Sorouh Real Estate and Bayati Architects and worked on several private and government projects. The following are collection of chosen architectural work from my experience at Benoy and at my University. It has surely been my great pleasure in putting this portfolio together and I really appreciate your time and interest taken. Thank you

Market Kiosk @ JBR The Walk, Dubai

email: maha.adamz102@gmail.com Mobile: (04) 04 625 912


Central Park Regional Mall- Final Concept Report

August 2014

Main Mall Fashion Entrance

JBR Enhancement Location: Dubai Size: Stretch of 2 km

Type :

Mixed Use Development

The Avenue, City Walk

Bahrain Marina, Manama

Location: Dubai Size: 100,000 Sqm

Location: Bahrain Size: 316,000 Sqm

Type :

Outdoor Retail & F&B

Scope: Concept to Detail Design

Scope: Concept to Site Supervision

Destination Mall Location: Riyadh Size: 93000 sqm CENTRAL PARK REGIONAL MALL

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Retail Mall

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Waterfront Mixed Use Development

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Scope: 100% Concept Delivery

The Bahrain Marina mixed-use development includes 30,000sqm of retail, family entertainment and waterfront dining opportunities, a 200+ berth marina with exclusive luxury members facilities with water embracing views, a 400key, 5* luxury lifestyle hospitality offer with beach, f&b and leisure amenities and a freehold residential tower on the water, creating a new landmark on the Bahrain skyline

Scope: Concept to Schematic

The masterplan embraces cultural links to the adjacent cultural quarter through the creation of public spaces for events and exhibitions, as well as the use of new technologies and concepts for social gathering and integration. Utilisation of sustainable and renewable energy systems will further secure the Bahrain Marina as a forerunner in green technologies within Bahrain. Bahrain Marina is the creation of an authentic urban waterfront district that is envisaged to become a major lifestyle destination for Bahrain, the surrounding region and the global community. It will create a landmark lifestyle attraction connecting the prestigious Bahrain Marina with the people and the heart of Bahrain. We have taken inspiration from our global knowledge where we have looked to reinterpret some of the most iconic shopping destinations (neighbourhoods). These will establish new quarters within a new urban landscape of authentic streets and squares. Design Considerations taken from the Client’s Core Vision that have considered and incorporated into this scheme these are:

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5* Beach hotel Exclusive Members only Yacht Club Active ground and podium level retail and F&B Social Incubator Cinema Spaces Flagship iconic architecture Bespoke/eclectic retail Family focused leisure/entertainment destination F&B mix of independent and chain (external dining), including Fine Dining Luxury Residential

Public spaces suitable for events such as: • • •

Seasonal Markets (weekly, monthly) Art installations and exhibitions Outdoor Cinema Screenings


Central Park Regional Mall- Final Concept Report

August 2014

Main Mall Fashion Entrance

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Master plan Development

Luxury Villa Development

Location: Sharjah Size: 2.8 million sqm

Location: Bahrain Size: 1000 Sqm

North Parcel Location: Bahrain Size: 34,540 Sqm

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Outdoor Retail and F&B Desination

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Regional Mall Location: Dubai Size: 300 000 sqm

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Retail Mall

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SAUDI ARABIA Destination Mall, Riyadh

Panaroma Mall Refurbishment, Riyadh

BAHRAIN Bahrain Marina, Manama

North Parcel, Financial Harbour

Luxury Villa

The Bahrain Marina mixed-use development includes 30,000sqm of retail, family entertainment and waterfront dining opportunities, a 200+ berth marina with exclusive luxury members facilities with water embracing views, a 400key, 5* luxury lifestyle hospitality offer with beach, f&b and leisure amenities and a freehold residential tower on the water, creating a new landmark on the Bahrain skyline

The masterplan embraces cultural links to the adjacent cultural quarter through the creation of public spaces for events and exhibitions, as well as the use of new technologies and concepts for social gathering and integration. Utilisation of sustainable and renewable energy systems will further secure the Bahrain Marina as a forerunner in green technologies within Bahrain. Bahrain Marina is the creation of an authentic urban waterfront district that is envisaged to become a major lifestyle destination for Bahrain, the surrounding region and the global community. It will create a landmark lifestyle attraction connecting the prestigious Bahrain Marina with the people and the heart of Bahrain. We have taken inspiration from our global knowledge where we have looked to reinterpret some of the most iconic shopping destinations (neighbourhoods). These will establish new quarters within a new urban landscape of authentic streets and squares. Design Considerations taken from the Client’s Core Vision that have considered and incorporated into this scheme these are: • • • • • • • • •

5* Beach hotel Exclusive Members only Yacht Club Active ground and podium level retail and F&B Social Incubator Cinema Spaces Flagship iconic architecture Bespoke/eclectic retail Family focused leisure/entertainment destination F&B mix of independent and chain (external dining), including Fine Dining Luxury Residential

Public spaces suitable for events such as: • • •

Seasonal Markets (weekly, monthly) Art installations and exhibitions Outdoor Cinema Screenings

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES JBR Enhancement, Dubai

Central Park Regional Mall- Final Concept Report

August 2014

Main Mall Fashion Entrance

The Avenue, Dubai

Regional Mall, Dubai

Master Plan Development, Sharjah


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Project in detail

SKETCHES_North Parcel


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4.1 MIXED USE DEVELOPMENT OUTDOOR RETAIL, LEISURE and ENTERTAINMENT

1. JBR ENHANCEMENT 2. NORTH PARCEL, FINANCIAL HARBOUR 3. THE AVENUE, CITY WALK


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ABOUT THE PROJECT Location: Dubai Size: Stretch of 2 km Scope: Concept to Site Supervision

THE WALK AT JBR The design aimed at retaining some of the existing character whilst refining it to produce a simpler and more elegant version of itself. The Walk is more about creating an iconic space, making a statement, one which will finance itself by improving the commercial offer and increasing revenue. As the Walk is already success, the project gave the luxury of an increased amount of artistic freedom, and the freedom to create.


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The Beach

Podium step beach access

Podium step beach access

Sheraton 5*

•  Involved in design, production and site execution of JBR Enhancement Project. THE WALK

• Assisted Project Architect from Concept to Detail Design stage and developed various design ele- BAHAR ments for the project.

Future Tram Stop JUMEIRA BEACH RESIDENCE

•  Attended meetings with client, managed and coordinated with subconsultants-landscape and other engineering disciplines to achieve a homogeneous set of presentation and drawings. THE WALK

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MURJAN

• On site, responsibilities included site inspections, review of drawings, approval of construction material/sample and resolving problems and issues that arise during construction.

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Enhancing lift entrance access

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Anchor Destination

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OVER ALL SITE PLAN AND ANALYSIS

Opportunity to create an anchor destination for the wider JBR walk development to encourage maximum footfall through the entirety of the site THE WALK

Hilton 5*

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JUMEIRA BEACH RESIDENCE

JUMEIRA BEACH RESIDENCE

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Introducing new glass handrail for visual transparency

Enhancing vertical transport, introducing escalator and amphitheatre

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DESIGN PROPOSALS AT THE WALK

Enhancing lift entrance access

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Feature Kiosk

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DESIGN PROPOSALS AT THE PODIUM RIMAL

Retail extension

BAHAR Retail extension

New Retail Extension Tower with New residential units at the podium level Landscape enhancement Landscape enhancement

VISION FOR PODIUM ENHANCEMENT: CONNECTIVITY

The Walk is already popular, however the failing element ď€ CONCEPT REPORT is connectivity to the Podium level, creating a bottleneck along the Walk, leaving the podium areas unfriendly and underused.

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If this can be resolved successfully, the balance between upper and lower areas will be more evenly distributed and both spaces will benefit from improved levels of comfort and environment. If the retail loops can be completed, the space will become cohesive and vibrant. The redefinition of the podium level in public spaces will provide value to the residents of JBR and the enhancement of the private spaces will provide a place they can enjoy and feel proud.

Architectural feature and element at the podium: 1. Extension of wall mounted canopy 2. Retail Extension 3. Retai to Residential Conversion 4. Landscape Enhancement and development 5. Public Service Area Refurbishment 5. Signage and Way Finding

1. Facade study (distribution of glazing and solid wall) with respect to pedestrian walkway, key anchor zones, arrival node and signage strategy 15 35

2. Material distribution study, based on color and texture for retail extension facade.

3. Coordinated with 3D Visualizer in developing renders


Example of Retail Extension of an existing retail in Rimal Podium

Example of stand alone retail Units in Rimal Podium


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ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS _SCHEMATIC STAGE

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8. Investigation on existing services prior to landscape tile laying 9. Installation of wind chimes 10.Signage design/material approval mock up


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18. Feature Canopy installation mock up 19. Laminam tiles installed for retail units


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SITE PROGRESS PHOTOGRAPHS Bahar and Rimal podium - Upon 70% Completion

BAHAR PODIUM AERIAL VIEW

BAHAR RETAIL EXTENSION

RIMAL RETAIL EXTENSION


Existing Building Refurbishment - THE WALK @ JBR, DUBAI Designed and Developed modeI in Sketch Up


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Existing Building Refurbishment - THE WALK @ JBR, DUBAI Designed and Developed modeI in Sketch Up


Market Stall Design - THE WALK @ JBR, DUBAI Designed and Developed modeI in Sketch Up


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Market Stall Design - THE WALK @ JBR, DUBAI Designed and Developed modeI in Sketch Up


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ABOUT THE PROJECT Location: Bahrain Size: 34,540 SQM Scope: Concept and Design

NORTH PARCEL, FINANCIAL HARBOUR Located off the sparkling water of the Arabian Gulf, Harbour North is set to become the premier destination for Bahrain’s most distinguished social, cultural and professional elite. Harbour North will be characterized as having strong identifiable yet contrasting themes that will tie the scheme to its setting and place while also presenting an iconic and unique expression that will in many ways be new and unique to Bahrain.


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ROLE: • Worked closely with Project Architect and Director in the Concept design and production phase of North Parcel and was responsible for developing master plan options, producing sketches, 3D models and diagrams. • Assisted Project Architect in evaluating area, acquiring efficiency and understanding BOH services, public facilities and parking services for the development. • Participitated and handled meeting with landscape architect, F&B Consultants and building services and strategy team to deliver homogeneous and coordinated report. • Upon finalization of the over layout and design strategy, worked on developing architecture style and facade design for Zone 2 Retail and F&B units. • Developed sketch up model and produced autocad drawings for final reports and presentation.

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MASTER PLAN - DEVELOMENT STRATEGY The Site forms part of a large masterplan named The Central Park redevelopment. It is located to the south east of Al Safa Road within The Avenue Project and its one of its phased developments. A large Right of Way (ROW) corridor is established, originating from Al Safa Street at Satwa Park in the North -East to the South-West end. ANCHOR

The location provides convenient access for visitors and nearby residents by road or within walking distance from the surrounding residential areas. Furthermore, the site is accessible from the nearby metro station to the south-eastern edge of the wider masterplan.

MASTER PLAN

The Avenue Development establishes an important pedestrian corridor by introducing high end retail entertainment and F&B units on Al Safa Street.


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ABOUT THE PROJECT Location: Size: Scope:

Dubai

120, 000 SQM Concept to Detail Design

CITY WALK - Avenue Phase 2, DUBAI The development vision is to create a highendpedestrian friendly Retail, F&B and Entertainment destination point within the greater Central Park Masterplan in Dubai. It will position itself as one of the primary shopping, dining, entertainment and leisure destinations in the heart of the city. The Avenue Phase 2 is a landmark project which is strategically located alongside The Avenue (Phase 1) Retail development; the future Dubai Hotel 1 4* - 120 keys Boutique hotel and the Family Entertainment Centre (FEC) developments within The City Walk District.


ROLE: • Involved in design, production and construction phase of the project. • Designed Mosque, theatre square buiding facade, escalator shell, and facade for retail along the Central Courtyard. • Contributed in producing schematic drawings and was responsible for review of all structural steel drawings to ensure accuracy and compliance with design, codes, regulations and other services. • Contributed on site during the construction phase and made relevant mark ups on shops drawings for the contractors. • Also documented defect taken following construction completion and put together snag lists for record and rectification work.


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CENTRTAL ESCALATOR SHELL AND RETAIL FACADE DESIGN

THEATRE SQUARE BUIDING FACADE DESIGN

MOSQUE DESIGN


SKETCHES_Bahrain Villa


ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO

4.2 RESIDENTIAL 1. DURRAT AL BAHRAIN BEACH FRONT VILLA


ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO

ABOUT THE PROJECT Location: Bahrain Size: 1000 SQM (Typical Plot) Scope: Concept and Design

BEACH FRONT VILLA This brief is to create a bespoke design for a typical plot 1000m² villa that is facing the long stretch of the beach. Durrat Al Bahrain Management wants to review and improve the existing villa design as the size and location of this type of villa offers a great opportunity to come up with an attractive and a new real estate product that satisfies the market appetite and meet the current high class demand of resort residence.


ROLE: • Solely developed and presented new design concepts for Beach front villas • Studied existing villa design and prepared comparitive analysis reports • Developed sketches, diagrams, 3D models and relevant architetural drawings for final reports and presentation Newly developed design focused on: • Retaining the earlier proposed and approved design footprint and site limits. • Limiting material and construction technique to previously approved tender package • Developing simple yet elegant design satisfying current market trend and demand. • Creating an open plan layout and maintainig privacy, there by to cater to all kind of people and community.


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LUX U RY B E ACHFR O N T V IL L A S [ 1 , 0 00S Q M PLOTS ] MAX IMISING BEACHFRONT VIEWS

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1. ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN MILLIMETERS. 2. ALL LEVELS ARE IN METERS. 3. THIS DRAWING SHALL BE READ IN CONJ 4. UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED ALL MA STRUCTURAL CEILING. FIRE RATED WA UNITS HALFP.O. HOUR, HOUR, TWO HO BoxONE 11416, Manama RESISTANT AS INDICATED ON DRAWING Kingdom of Bahrain 5. A REINFORCED CONCRETE BOND BEAM 400mm. TO THE WALL THICKNESS REINF info@durratbahrain.com STIRRUPS SHALL BE PROVIDED IN ALL M CLEAR HEIGHT OR LENGTH BETWEEN C EXCEEDS 18 TIMES WALL THICKNESS. T Consultant ANCHORED IN ADJACENT COLUMNS/WA BE ANCHORED IN UPPER AND LOWER S 6. UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED ALL DO 200mm FROM ADJACENT WALL. 7. UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED ALL FA PANELS SHALL BE CHAMFERED 15x15m Project 8. UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED ALL LIN SHALL EXTEND 200mm FROM EACH SID 9. PROVIDE OPENINGS IN WALLS ABOVE S AND SHOWN ON MECHANICAL DRAWING 10. ALL PLASTER MUST REACH STRUCTURA SUSPENDED CEILING. Title 11. ALL CERAMIC AND MARBLE WALL TILES TYPICAL VILLA SUSPENDED CEILING LEVEL, AND THE R 12. ALL WALL PAINT SHALL REACH 100mm. A ATOLLS 13. ALL SHAFT, AND LIFT SHAFT WALLS TO B GROUND FL INDICATED. 14. CONTRACTOR SHALL COORDINATE AND COMPOSITE SHOP DRAWINGS FOR THE 15. FOR FIRE PROTECTION ALL ELECTRICAL WITH GYPSUM AT EVERY FLOOR SLAB, A P.M. P.M. B1501 CONDUITS.

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Existing The existing layout of the villa was restricted much within the centre of the plot, there by creating very tight overall planning without integrating the structure to the surrounding environment. There was a lack of indoor- outdoor interactive spaces and had limited visual link which made the villa less unique from the rest of the beach front villas along the area. Proposed The new design with its fragmented layout aimed at using the verticality of the site to create more enclosed open spaces, courtyard, intimate pool and play area. The strong vertical layout also helped in developing elegant elevation with the use of minimalisitic material. When series of these buildings are developed adjacent to each other, each villa by itself creates its own boundary thereby gaining privacy from the neighboring viila The layout is not only succesfulin in integrating the green space and the building but also brings the strcuture more closer to the most looked at feature of the location - The beach

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SKETCHES_Bahrain Marina


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ABOUT THE PROJECT Location: Size: Scope:

Riyadh, Saudi Arabia 93,000 sqm Concept and Schematic

DESTINATION MALL,RIYADH The Destination, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia is positioned next to the financial district in Riyadh. The Destination is set to become a 93,000 sqm high-quality retail mall. The design includes a fashion zone, various international and local retail units and entertainment areas. An external retail strip has been incorporated into the design providing a new and varied shopping experience for the region. A full range of F&B outlets is also offered across the scheme ranging from commercial outlets to boutique dining restaurants.


ROLE: • Worked in a team of four in the concept and schematic phase of the project. • Developed architectural facade, diagrams, presentations and reports during the concept phase. • Schematic phase involved further development of the designed and approved facade, development of detailed section and material study with due respect to project concept and budget. • Also collaborated with interior design team in developing interior design concept and preparing reports.

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4.4 MASTER PLAN and HOSPITALITY

1. SHARJAH MASTER PLAN DEVELOPMENT 2. BAHRAIN MARINA DEVELPOPMENT


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ABOUT THE PROJECT Location: Sharjah Size: 2.8 million SQM Scope: Competition

SHARJAH MIXED-USE MASTERPLAN, UAE Developed the Concept Masterplan for Sharjah Avenue, an exciting mixed-use development, which provides over 2.8 million square metres of accommodation. The masterplan has been split into distinct zones, all focused around a central landscaped area. The Central Zone will be the heart of the development and will include retail, leisure and commercial floorspace.


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Characterized by 5 zones these district offer unique offers from midlevel to high end from a range of activities and attraction the two ends of the site are retail and commercial respectively that contain the site while providing a strong urban edge

The axis and the resultant zoning approach is generated by the adjacent uses and road layouts contextualizing the site and providing a frame work for the closed development

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ROLE: • During Pre Concept and Masterplanning phase, contributed mainly in developing concept diagrams and 3D massing models with relevant architetural detail. • Upon Master plan finalization worked on Hospitality sector and was responsible for designing and developing 2 bed, 3 bed, 4 bed Villas and presidential suit.

Height Analysis

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BAHRAIN MARINA, BAHRAIN

BAHRAIN MARINA, BAHRAIN

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5.0 THESIS 1. FINE ARTS and DESIGN RESEARCH INSTITUTION


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FINE ARTS AND DESIGN RESEARCH INSTITUTION ABOUT THE PROJECT Location: India Size: 80,000 SQM The design is been developed keeping in mind of the three basic design attitudes concerning the geology, the history and the city, and this helped in shaping the proposal that desires to create a realm of ‘places’ than the abstract geometrical configurations. The scheme has been conceived by a prominent geological feature of the site. The canyon becomes the primary organising element and has been used as a central court around which the academic campus rises. The students and the faculty have a direct access to the preserved and landscaped canyon from their studios, workshops, cafes and the students centre, turning it into a space for a pleasant and stimulating experience. A site level difference towards the west, paves the way for the Hostels to be zoned in there. The auditorium and the more public areas of the exhibition galleries and the administrative offices are planned close to the road end.


ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO ACADEMIC BLOCK

G+2 FLOOR PLAN

LONGITUDANAL SECTION


LIBRARY PART ELEVATION

SUBTRACTION OF MASSES TO CREATE COURTYARDS

MASSING DEVELOPMENT

LIBRARY

LIBRARY


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LIBRARY AND ADMINISTRATION BLOCK

AUDITORIUM BLOCK


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