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EYES WANT TO CARESS

MAITHAM M. ALMUBARAK PROFESSOR MONTGOMERY


TO BAHRAIN WHERE THE HEART IS.


TABLE OF CONTENTS 1/ INTRO

2/ HUMAN MEDITATION

3/ CONCEPTUAL ARCHITECTURE

4/ ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN


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INTENTION -

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SITE HISTORY

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SITE VISIT In order to truly capture the uniqueness of the site, multiple site visits were a must. We learnt about the rich his-

Being there, where the enslaved used to work and live, gave us a better understanding of what their life used to be like, and seeing what they have done to the place made us realize how hard their jobs were.

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LIBERTY COUNTY, GEORGIA, USA

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SITE MAP

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SITE ANALYSIS Besides the history of this unique site, it has got a handful of important components. The site have multiple visually strong ares like the long trees line in the construction also attacks different types of cultural groups, especially the descendants of LeCounte and Gullah-Geechee. The site can be divided into districts, (i.e. services, bog garrelationships with each other.


LeConte-Woodmanston PLantation

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introduCtion In the nineteenth century, two hundred and thirty one west African-Americans were enslaved in LeConte-Woodmanston, the largest

since they already had the knowledge and ENTRY AVENuE

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FROM BARRINGTON FERRY RD.

bRuNSWICk PuLb AND PAPER CO. NO. 627 (TURNS TO DIRT)

AVENuE OF OAkS

PEDESTRIAN WALKWAY

FORmAL GARDENS

CONSTRuCTION SITE OF THE PRAISE HOUSE

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that Second, the design of a (or a Praise House as the enslaved used to call it) that take place at LeConte Woodmanston mAIN hOuSE

AND OUTSIDE KITCHEN

RECONSTRuCTED SLAVE CAbIN

human

of rice culture, which was put to use on the VISITORS’ CENTER

WITH PARKING FOR 30 CARS

PARkING

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EDuCATION PAVILION

always felt that this place is their home even though most of them live hundreds of miles away, and that going to the Praise house has

bRIDGE

INSTALLATION’S THRESHOLD

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THE FORCED JOURNEY

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bOG GARDEN bRIDGE

LIBERTY COUNTY, GEORGIA, USA


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300 FT.

4.1 SUN PATH

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VIEWS OF INTEREST

CULTURAL POINTS OF INTEREST

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B LIBERTY COUNTY, GEORGIA, USA

LIBERTY COUNTY, GEORGIA, USA

C C D A/ VIEW TO THE FORMAL GARDENS. B/ VIEW TO THE CONSTRUCTION AREA’S TREES. C/ VIEW TO THE RICE FIELDS.

VIEWS OF INTEREST

A/ LITERATES B/ DESVENDANTS OF LeCONTE C&D/ DESCENDANTS OF GULLAH-GEECHEE

CULTURAL POINTS OF INTEREST


DISTRICT

HIERARCHY & RELATIONSHIPS

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LIBERTY COUNTY, GEORGIA, USA

LIBERTY COUNTY, GEORGIA, USA

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DISTRICT

GREENWAY TRAILHEAD AVENUE OF OAKS SERVICES CONSTRUCTION AREA

E/ BOG GARDEN F/ MAIN DAM G/ RICE FIELDS H/ BULLTOWN SWAMP

ENTRANCE & SERVICES EDUCATION PAVILION FORMAL GARDENS RICE FIELDS

HIERARCHY & RELATIONSHIPS

CONSTRUCTION AREA INSTALLATION AREA


VEGETATION

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LIBERTY COUNTY, GEORGIA, USA

WEST AFRICA

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VEGETATION

UPLAND TRAIL. AVENUE OF OAKS. BULLTOWN TRAIL.

LIVE OAK PINE PECAN PALM

PATHWAYS & ACCESS

ACCESS TO SITE


TOPOGRAPHY

N/A 15 FT ABOVE SEA LEVEL 13 FT ABOVE SEA LEVEL

TOPOGRAPHY


MAN-MADE FEATURES

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AVENUE OF OAKS OFFICE & RESTROOMS EDUCATION PAVILION FORMAL GARDENS

E/ RECONSTRUCTED SLAVE CABIN


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DETAIL

PALMETTO

THE OBJECT.


2D PATTERN


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HUMAN MEDITATION


INSTALLATION FOR HUMAN MEDITATION

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CONCEPT

CONCEPT SECOND OPTION.

CONCEPT THIRD OPTION.


CONCEPT & PROCESS

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Red White

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SIDE VIEW

REAR VIEW

CLOSEUP


FINAL RENDERING.


INSTALLATION DRAWINGS

ELEVATION

INSTALLATION POLE

FISHING POND

INSTALLATION POLE

PLAN

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UPLAND TRAIL

1 min

RICE FIELDS 2 mins

4 min

NATURE TRAIL

1100 FT HIKE INSTALLATION’S PATHWAY

3 mins

5 mins

BULLTOWN SWAMP

6 mins

BRIDGE

7 mins

8 min

9 mins

FISHING SEATS

INSTALLATION’S PLACE

FISHING POND 0

SITE PLAN.

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250 FT.


CASE STUDY: PRAYER & MEDITATION PAVILLION Architects

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PLAN

FRONT FACADE


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INDOOR TREE

ENTRY


CASE STUDY: PRESENTATION


CASE STUDY: KOSHINO HOUSE Architects

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EXTERIOR

EXTERIOR PATHWAY


CASE STUDY: ABANDONED WWII BUNKERS Architects

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(DOWN)

TYPE 703

BUNKER IN FRANCE.


CASE STUDY: FARNSWORTH HOUSE Architects

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PLAN

FRONT STEPS.


CASE STUDY: MUHEISEN RESIDENCE Architects

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GENERAL SITE PLAN

EXTERIOR


CASE STUDY: BUNKER RESIDENTIAL PREFAB HOUSE Architects

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EXTERIOR


CASE STUDY: SAN CRISTÓBAL STABLES Architects

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WALL

FOUNTAIN


3/ CONCEPTUAL ARCHITECTURE


SITE PARTI -

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PARTI APPLIED TO STIE.


CONCEPT Intent/ -

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CONCEPTUAL DRAWINGS/

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CONCEPTUAL DRAWINGS/

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SUN STUDIES -

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INTERIOR PERSPECTIVE


JANUARY 1ST/

MAY 1ST/

SEPTEMBER 1ST/

NOON

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LOCATION AND ORIENTATION

SUNSET AND SUNRISE ON LOCATION


CONSTRUCTION

WALL SECTION


PROPORTIONS

CONCEPTUAL DRAWINGS/

process book (part1/2)  

studio one process book

process book (part1/2)  

studio one process book

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