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NAME: MOATASEM MOHAMMED ESMAT EMAIL ADDRESS: MOA.ESMAT@GMAIL.COM

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BERLIN NATURAL SCIENCES MUSEUM WORK INFO: - WORK WAS DONE INDEPENDENTLY - WORK WAS DONE AS AN INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION SUBMISSION

PLOT: 25230 m² BUILT UP AREA: 17968 m²

The building volume sits gently within the urban landscape and is articulated as an assembly of a various majestic geometries that were formed from the natural flow of the site. Together they form an intricate structural composition that is both solid and symbolic. Integrating an inner green court serves as an exceptional view from the inside as well as serving the purpose of a more sustainable design that will help lowering the heat gain levels in summer. Also, green roofs were integrated as part of the concrete structures, giving the feel of the structure’s age and belonging to the site. From the inside, a continuous exhibition space lines is the basis creating a new type of journey for visitors flowing along the project’s axis. The museum’s roof defines an iconic silhouette that integrates gently within the cityscape around it. It is an intricate assembly of efficient long-spanning structural elements. The basic idea was to create a structure that blends with the urban fabric, not disturbing it, as the architecture of Berlin is considered strong and iconic, yet the buildings remain parts from a one single unit. The key to a successful design is the capability of pursuing the design from several perspectives, considering all the elements surrounding the structure as a building belongs to the city as equally as it belongs to its original site. The mix between metal cladding and concrete gives the museum an identity, and provides the building with more visual elements and color tones. The cladding pattern has been specially selected to make the ground floor more unique and to make it stand out from the remaining parts of the buildings. It’s the more exciting elements that give the museum more value and richness.

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BERLIN NATURAL SCIENCES MUSEUM

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BERLIN NATURAL SCIENCES MUSEUM

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BERLIN NATURAL SCIENCES MUSEUM

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BEIRUT MUSEUM OF MODERN AND CONTEMPORARY ART WORK INFO: - WORK WAS DONE WHILE WORKING AS A PROFESSIONAL - ROLE: DESIGN DEVELOPMENT, VISUALIZATION, SUPERVISING SUBMISSION DOCUMENTS.

PLOT: 12568 m² BUILT UP AREA: 16157 m²

The Beirut Museum of Art (BeMA), will be the city’s first museum of its kind dedicated to the exhibition and promotion of both contemporary and modern Lebanese and Arab art. We believe that a museum for (and in) a complex city like Beirut is not merely a space for the display of art but a potentially fertile platform for new modes of productions and creations to take shape. Nestled between the National Museum and the University of Saint Joseph, the location of BeMa is of paramount importance because of its centrality but also because the masterplan for the museum and its surroundings will transform the once historically charged area into a vibrant new quarter. The museum we have conceived is a landmark that will act as a vessel for the culture and arts on the historic and symbolic site of Damascus road. For this reason, the ground floor of the masterplan is conceived to be completely open in order to provide a connectivity to its context: surrounding roads and neighborhood as well as the USJ Campus. The retail component and offices that envelope the museum will also follow the surrounding architectural fabric, being mindful about heights and proportions. As such, we aim for BeMA to stand out as a pavilion-type building located in a Piazza.

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BEIRUT MUSEUM OF MODERN AND CONTEMPORARY ART

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BEIRUT MUSEUM OF MODERN AND CONTEMPORARY ART

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01 - SITE

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03 - MASTER PLAN

A large plot of 12,900sqm land located at the intersection of two vital roads for the city of Beirut, and across its National Museum.

The 2,780sqm plot allocated for BeMA is situated at the corner of the site, facing the National Museum.

The volumes are designed in homogeneity with the surrounding context and urban fabric.

0 4 - PA R K I N G

05 - VERTICAL CORE

06 - BUILDING MASS

The parking area is accommodated in a multistory basement, allowing the ground floor to be free of vehicles and open for public pedestrian movement.

Visitor and service circulation as well as service shafts are integrated within an efficient core structure.

The above-ground program is housed within three volumes suspended around the triangular core.

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RESTAURANT

LIBRARY T E MP O R A RY T E M P O R A RY

T E MP O R A RY T E MP O R A RY

R ESTA U R A N T COLLECTION C O L L E C T IO N

A D MIN IST R AT ION C OL L EC T ION

COLLECTION WORKSHOP

WORKSHOP

R E S TA U R A N T

R E S TA U R A N T

A D M IN IS T R AT IO N

A D MI N I S T R AT I O N

L IB R A RY

L I B R A RY

BLACK BOX

“KOMOREBI”

COLLECTION

T EMPOR A RY

C OL L EC T ION

L IB R A RY

T EMPOR A RY

C OL L EC T ION

C OMU N IT Y A R T

T EMPOR A RY

WOR K SH OP

C OMU N IT Y A R T

EN T R A N C E

CAFE

C OMU N IT Y A R T

PU B L IC

F OYE R / CO M M U N I T Y A R T

B L A C K B O X / L I B R A R Y / R E S TA U R A N T

A D M I N I S T R AT I O N

WORKSHOP / STOR AGE

EXHIBITION

TECHNICAL

ART DELIVERY

V I S I TO R S LO O P

CONNEC TIONS

SPIRAL TERRACE

C O MU N I T Y A R T

B L A C K B OX C O M U N IT Y A R T

C O MU N I T Y A R T

PA R K IN G

C O MU N I T Y A R T

BLACK BOX

BLACK BOX

FOYER

FOYER

PROGRAM

ARTIFICIAL LIGHT

TOPOGRAPHY

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“KOMOREBI“ = Japanese term, meaning sun shine filtering through leaves.

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BEIRUT MUSEUM OF MODERN AND CONTEMPORARY ART

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A.4.1 A.4.2

SALES AREA SHOP STORAGE

A.5.1 A.5.2 A.5.3 A.5.4

BAR COUNTER S E AT I N G A R E A S U P P O R T S PA C E TRASH DISPOSAL

C O L L E C T I O N 1 ( D AY L I G H T ) COLLECTION 2 (ARTIFICIAL LIGHT) C O L L E C T I O N 3 ( A R T I F I C I A L L I G H T,

B.2.1 LIGHT) B.2.2 CIAL LIGHT) B.2.3 C I A L L I G H T, L O W C E I L I N G )

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B.1.1 B.1.2 B.1.3 LOW CEILING)

EXHIBITION

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C.1.7 O B S E R V A T I O N ROOM

C.2.1 W O O D WORKSHOP C.2.2 FURNITURE WORKSHOP C . 2 . 3 C O N S E R VA TION LAB C.2.4 F R A M I N G STUDIO C.2.5 P H O T O STUDIO C.2.6 T O I L E T FA CILITIES C.2.7 L O C K E R ROOM / SHOWERS (F+M)

B.3.1 CONTROL ROOM B.3.2 JANITORIAL B.3.3 TOILETS (F+M) B.4.1 SIDE ENTRANCE (AIRLOCK VESTIBULE) B.4.2 E D U C AT I O N A L R O O M 1 B.4.3 E D U C AT I O N A L R O O M 2 B.4.4 C O M M U N I T Y A R T S PA C E B.4.5 E D U C AT I O N A L R O O M S T O R A G E B.4.6 TOILETS FOR KIDS

+43.0M

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A.2.1 TOILETS (F+M) A.2.2 CLOAK ROOM / LOST AND FOUND A.2.3 LOCKERS A.2.4 GROUP ENTRY A.2.5 GROUP AMENITIES A.2.6 INFIRMARY

A.6.1 ENTRANCE A.6.2 R E S TA U R A N T S E AT I N G A R E A A.6.3 S U P P O R T S PA C E A.6.4 TRASH DISPOSAL A.6.5 LOCKER ROOM / SHOWER (F+M)

S E ATI N G S TE P S

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C.1.4 C R AT I N G C.1.5 AGE C.1.6 PLIES

A.3.1 LIBRARY A.3.2 LIBRARY STORAGE

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A.1.1 MAIN ENTRANCE A.1.2 SECURITY BOOTH A.1.3 FOYER A.1.4 I N F O R M AT I O N / R E C E P T I O N C O U N T E R A.1.5 TICKETING A.1.6 Q U E U I N G S PA C E F O R T I C K E T I N G A.1.7 M U LT I M E D I A / A U D I O G U I D E R E N TA L S PA C E

OFFICE

E N C L O S E D L O A D I N G B AY A N D D O C K COLLECTION SHIPPING / RECEIVING AREA

C.4.1 T E M P O RARY EXHIBITION STORAGE /TRANSIT S PA C E C.4.2 JANITORIAL D.1.1 E N T R A N C E (AIRLOCK VESTIBULE) D.1.2 RECEPTION AREA D.2.1 DIRECTION D.2.2 DIRECTION D.2.3 A D M I N I S T R AT I O N D.2.4 M A R K E T I N G , C O M M U N I C AT I O N & P R D.2.5 IT D.2.6 O P E R A TIONS & BUILDING D.2.7 O P E R A TIONS & BUILDING D.3.1 A DIRECTION D.3.2 E TIONS D.3.3 E TIONS D.3.4 E

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D.5.5 B.4.6

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3MFL:+28.0M

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B.4.6

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5FL:+36.0M

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EV B.3.2

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EV

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B.5.2

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B.3.1

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BLACK BOX FOR PERFORMANCE

C.1.4

STORAGE

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C.2.3

C.1.1

C.2.2

C.1.7

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B.3.3 EV B.3.2

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FREIGHT EV

FREIGHT EV

C.1.10

C.1.10

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2FL:+16.0M

C.2.4

1BFL:-3.0M

4MFL:+32.0M

D.5.5

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EV

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C.4.1

B.3.3

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C.2.5 C.1.3

C.1.5

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D.2.5

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FREIGHT EV

1BFL:-4.0M

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FREIGHT EV

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D.5.3

B.3.2

2FL:+16.0M

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FREIGHT EV

FREIGHT EV

B.2.3

EV

D.3.7 D.3.8

D.5.4 D.5.2

D.5.5

B.3.3

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EV

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A.3.2 B.3.3

1FL:+10.0M

D.3.9

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B.3.3

EV

EV EV

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PARKING

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B.4.6

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PARKING

A.3.1

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C.4.2 C.2.6

C.3.2

C.2.7

C.2.1

PARKING

C.1.9

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EV

3BF PLAN

EV

EV

1BF PLAN

1F PLAN

2F PLAN

3F PLAN

4F PLAN

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HELWAN SCHOOL AND CENTER OF FINE ARTS WORK INFO: - WORK WAS DONE NDEPENDENTLY - THESIS PROJECT

PLOT: 52531 m² BUILT UP AREA: 26034 m²

The new Fine Arts Center in Egypt -Helwan- represents a mix of architectural principles that stand for a new age of architectural design and sustainability. The project is designed as series of surfaces that emerge from the ground to create a natural habitat. The geometry has been carefully designed according to solar exposure, wind currents, and maximum rainwater collection. The roof is a continuous green park perforated at different areas to create courtyards that provide natural light and ventilation to all interior spaces. The project was formed by studying the current architectural movements, for the purpose of producing a balanced structure that serves its own purpose whilst presenting a new attractive way of producing a sustainable project, which was the main requirement in the graduation project. The skin has massive amounts of native greenery that will endure the hot-humid climate environments such as Egypt’s. A rain water recycling system was installed as well for the sake of preserving every drop of rain water in the rain season. The project is mainly designed as a college and a center for Fine arts. among the different educational facilities there is an exhibition hall, convention center, and an internal plaza .

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HELWAN SCHOOL AND CENTER OF FINE ARTS

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HELWAN SCHOOL AND CENTER OF FINE ARTS

LEVEL 1-B2

LEVEL 1-B1

LEVEL 2

LEVEL 3

LEVEL 4

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HELWAN SCHOOL AND CENTER OF FINE ARTS

The ecological skin wrapping the building is the basic element in creating an easy to control environment. the dome works as an insulation factor, and the green roof system helps to creat a more cool environment as it holds a large amount of the moisture, which will relitivly cool down the air penetrating through the skin’s glazing. the green roof also forms a wildlife habitat for various types of animals. a great amount of the skin’s glazing is transperant solar panels which of course helps to decrease the intensity of the sun rays penetrating the building during the highest intesity hours during the day there was also a rain water system installed to help with the irrigation process.

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NISSAN FLAGSHIP FACILITY WORK INFO: - WORK WAS DONE INDEPENDENTLY - WORK WAS DONE WHILE WORKING AS A PROFESSIONAL

PLOT: 14428 m² BUILT UP AREA: 6508 m²

The new Nissan flagship showroom located in the eastern province in Saudi Arabia as part of the new image launched by Nissan. The flagship facility is to host a new Nissan branded restaurant, exhibition area and an integrated car service facility. The design proposal respects the function of the project and its practicality. One of the key identities of the design is connectivity, that is reflected through the continues folding concrete wrapping the entire building. As part of the new Nissan brand image, the design highlighted the rich history of the company by incorporating solid and bold materials. Eventually the design evolved to bring the project to an image closer to that of a museum and a community hub, bringing together car enthusiasts as well as casual visitors interested in the history of Nissan and experiencing its new image.

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NISSAN FLAGSHIP FACILITY

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NISSAN FLAGSHIP FACILITY

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TIANJIN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT WORK INFO: - WORK WAS DONE IN COLLABORATION - WORK WAS DONE AS AN INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION SUBMISSION - ROLE: DESIGN CONCEPT AND DEVELOPMENT, VISUALIZATION, LANDSCAPE DESIGN AND RESEARCH

Rising from the concept of the three harmonies is the need for a design that addresses both the controversial culture of Tianjin, and the need to unite people under one roof. we understand that Architecture is branched to several theories and concepts, however architecture is eventually People. The design is made to mark the city of Tianjin, and give it a new identity; the identity of unity. for us as a team, our main vision was to seek a design that is memorable. a scene that holds still in our memories and in the memories of the users. we needed to use the wide area provided not to narrow the project limits but making always extendable. The massive green roof was a basic idea to present the usual airport structures in a new mold of sustainability and to be environmental friendly. being fully aware of the airport need to be isolated, we decided to contradict this principle and make a design that forms a social hub for the people of Tianjin and the travelers as well. making it both a transportation functioned building and a cultural centre as well.

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TIANJIN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

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THE V-TH ARK WORK INFO: - WORK WAS DONE INDEPENDENTLY - WORK WAS DONE AS AN INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION SUBMISSION

Project “The V-th Ark� is an approach towards decreasing the human loss during catastrophic events as Tsunamis. Despite the fact that tsunamis and other natural disasters will always remain a greater force to stand against, saving lives will always remain the first priority during those misfortunate events. Of course the main problem about tsunamis is not just the waves, but the debris that the waves carry, and the fact that the more they travel the more they gain power and speed. Therefore, the materials used to construct the ark has to be durable enough to stand against the debris, as the materials should also be environment friendly. There was also a layer of Solar panels placed on top of the Ark to ensure a clean renewable energy source.

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THE V-TH ARK

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THE V-TH ARK

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THE V-TH ARK

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AL FAREEDA RESIDENTIAL COMPLEX WORK INFO: - WORK WAS DONE IN COLLABORATION - WORK WAS DONE WHILE WORKING AS A PROFESSIONAL - ROLE: DESIGN DEVELOPMENT, DRAFTING AND VISUALIZATION

The scope was to design a series of vital projects within the residential complex. The required design included a Two Community centers, a sports hall and four mosques. The design methodology for each building was almost the same. Function was the key element in the design. The aim was to create large open areas and many gathering points within the complex. Incorporating large areas of greenery was a vital requirement in the project. we were responsible for providing landscape concept for every plot, schematic design presentation for Client’s approval and to provide the relevant design developments and construction documentation needed for execution within the stipulated budget.

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AL FAREEDA RESIDENTIAL COMPLEX

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AL FAREEDA RESIDENTIAL COMPLEX

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AL FAREEDA RESIDENTIAL COMPLEX

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AL MADINAH CITY GATE WORK INFO: - WORK WAS DONE IN COLLABORATION - WORK WAS DONE AS AN INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION SUBMISSION - ROLE: RESEARCH, BUIDLDING THE PHYSICAL MODEL, VISUALIZATION

These entrances and gates will represent the main scene for Al-Madinah’s gates and its unique visual sign for those who are coming to or leaving from the city. This was through suggesting suitable structural and architectural solutions for a design pattern for the entrance of the city, as well as the artistic architectural design for its gate which will be applied for these three roads, in addition to designing the buildings and the required services integrated with the coordination elements for the site. To form modern integrated entrances for the city representing unique visual landmarks and expressing the significance of AlMadinnahAl-Munawwarah and what it symbolizes for the Islamic as well as the entire world.

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AL MADINAH CITY GATE

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NORTH STAR RESIDENTIAL COMPLEX WORK INFO: - WORK WAS DONE IN COLLABORATION - WORK WAS DONE WHILE WORKING AS A PROFESSIONAL - ROLE: DESIGN CONCEPT AND DEVELOPMENT, FACADE AND LANDSCAPE DESIGN, DRAFTING AND COORDINATION WITH STRUCTURAL AND MEP DISCIPLINES

The project was targeted towards developing small to medium sized housing units. One of the client’s requirements was the variation in the design solutions for the units. That made the project feel like it was multiple projects merged into one. Our approach was to vision the project as whole and then micro manage each unit separately. It was also required that we present different facade designs that can be customized in material or color to suit every client’s needs.

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NORTH STAR RESIDENTIAL COMPLEX

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NORTH STAR RESIDENTIAL COMPLEX

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NORTH STAR RESIDENTIAL COMPLEX

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NORTH STAR RESIDENTIAL COMPLEX

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NORTH STAR RESIDENTIAL COMPLEX

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NORTH STAR RESIDENTIAL COMPLEX

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NORTH STAR RESIDENTIAL COMPLEX

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ORIGINAL WORKS

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EARRING DESIGN

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ACCESSORIES DESIGN

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FURNITURE DESIGN

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KISAI WRIST WATCH DESIGN

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