Mahmoud Emad S k Mahmoud.email@example.com m +1(720)454-7175 Q mahmoudemsh
University of Colorado at Denver Bachelor of Science, Architecture
Graphic designer, Freelance
2011-present Work on branding, printing campaigns, social media graphic, and ads, for clients who contact me online or in person.
Bookstore lead, Tivoli Bookstore
Jan 2017 -May 2018
Provided help to management, including hiring and train ing, and Kept management updated on team performance and communicated concerns and policies among management and team members.
Project Development, The Square on 21st
With a team of 21 students, we designed, fabricated, and installed two entry gateways over a period of three weeks.
Saudi Aramco 2011-2012 My role is to plan maintenance work request notifications, originating from operations, by providing all the necessary maintenance resources.
Pipe Fitter, Saudi Aramco
Installed and fitted various piping for oil production, and planed the layout and design of piping systems.
Skills Graphic designing Photography Freehand sketching Model Making Hand Dreafting 3d Printing wood shop Laser Cutter English Arabic
Photoshop InDesign Illustrator Revit Autocad Rihno 3d Archicad Vray Sketchup
CONTENTS DENVER INDIAN CENTER Pages 6-19
SHINING Pages 20-27
Multi-Family House Pages 28-37
Single-Family Home Pages 38-45
PHOTOGRAPHY Pages 46-75
DENVER INDIAN CENTER Drums for hundreds of years have always been at the center of the natives' lifestyle, forming what is the channel of religion and spirituality. It is a connection to the earth and a call for community, and ceremony when they join for powwows and festivals. My goal is to develop new spaces for the Denver Indian community center to celebrate the importance of this instrument, by providing spaces to Perform, teach the native and non-native community, and make this instrument.
Location The Denver Indian center is located in the Westwood neighborhood, 6 mile away from downtown.
Structure Just like the drum wish is made from two main parts of the frame and the skin. The building has two main materials, Concrete as a structure and translucent panels as the skin. The concrete part is made from casted in place column and beams, and walls that made from precasted insulated concrete panels And clear glass to seal the walls. The skin of the building is made from translucent wall panels connected to the wall by a steel frame
1- ENTRANCE 2- RESPTION 3- STORAGE 4- STAGE 5- OUTDOOR DRUM CIRCLE 6- KITCHEN 7- EAITING 8- OFFICES 1 9- OFFICES 2 10 - OFFICES 3
SECOND FLOOR 11- Reading space 12- LIBRARY 13- classroom 14- ARTIFACTS SHOW SPACE 15- ARTIFACTS SHOW SPACE 16-ARTIFACTS SHOW SPACE 17- WATCHING
The auditorium space has a number of potential acoustic issues that should be addressed to benefit performances so it clear and not obstructed by echo. One cause of these problems is the lake of materials that absorb the sounds from reflecting on the surroundings. Using wooden panels between the stage and the sailing can stop this refection and will provide a good experience for the audience.
Multi-Family House The clients are requiring three units project. They will live in one of the units and they will rent the other two for profit.One of the clients is an art dealer who will use the house as a show for prospective clients and the wife is cellist who requires a well-appointed rehearsal space.
Single-Family Home The clints Are creative couple in their mid 30â€™s lives a fast paced and hectic life. They both travel extensively and entertain often. They are deeply rooted in Denver and participate in all the city has to offer. They obsess about aestetics, both in their personal appearance and their surroundings. The art dealer will use the house as a show space for prospective clients, and the cellist will require a well-appointed rehearsal space.
Photography Whether itâ€™s the whole design, finding proper materials or rendering, photography finds its way to my work. I try to use the photography composition rules as guides to my design, and I use photos I took as inspiration.
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