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Architecture CV and a Collection of Designs and Creative Works

Portfolio By Mishal

Mishal Adel | MLAL Musaileekh@gmail.com | Tel. +965-99233231


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Mishal AL Musaileekh

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2- Education CV

1- Skills A- Landscaping Design B- Structural engineering C- LEED Green Associate accreditation D- Design development E- Proficient in Autocad F- Strong knowledge of design trends G- Material application knowledge H- Building codes knowledge I- Organized J- Time management K- Permitting and administration knowledge L- Motivated self-starter M- Graphic Designer N- 2D and 3D Softwares Specialist (3DMax-Revit-BentleyRam-Sketchup-PhotoshopIndesign-Illustrator-Lightroom-Rhino-Grasshopper) O- Chipboard-Cardboard-Basswood (Crafter)

A- Omar Bin Abdullaziz (Kindergarten) B- Saqer AL Shabib (Primary School) C- Mubarak AL Abdullah AL Sabah (Intermediate School-1) D- Suhail Bin Amr AL Qurashi (Intermediate School-2) E- Abdullah AL Ahmad AL Sabah (High School) F- Kuwait University-College of Engineering and Petroleum (Department of Architecture-The Bachelors in Architecture) 3- Work Places have been circulate through A- Joined PACE (Architecture Engineering +Planning) Consulting Office Since 13th of October 2015 A-1- NJH-New Jahra Hospital Site A-2- KMT-Kuwait Motor Town Site B- Joined AL Diwan AL Amiri as a Sub-Consulting Architect Since 5th of October 2017 and still B-1- KMT-Kuwait Motor Town Site 4- Certifications and Awards A- LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) 101 course: Green Building Basics and LEED B- AL ARGAN Real Estate Coaching Session “Let’s Think Corporate Sustainability” C- SSH 101 Sport Facilities Design D- Showing the graduation project in Kuwait Architecture Student Association (KASA) 12th Annual Exhibition that showcases the best work of the students of the Department of Architecture, College of Architecture, Kuwait university for year 2016 -2017


Works

Table of contents

Contents

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1-Graduation Project

Vertical Streets

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2-Design Six Project

N - Villa

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3-Design Five Project

AL Hafuf Project

33

4-Design one Project

AL Sawaber

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Works

Vertical Streets Finding a Solution for Housing Shortages in Kuwait Grad. I-II

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Vertical Streets

Thesis To facilitate living conditions in Kuwaiti housing projects this research will design mixed-use housing complex that will consider the three critical aspects of Kuwaiti context Environment, Social and Economic factors.

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Vertical Streets

Main Inspiration / Project drivers Inner courtyards Liwan/Colonade / Portico

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Vertical Streets

Car Parking Circulation Landscaping Retail/Shops Apartments Leisure

Thesis Abstract The problem started with the price of the land capitals in Kuwait. The citizens are now focusing on how to invest from there own land. Like the fact that land costs are three times double the cost of construction, newly-weds are considering the leasing apartments as the solution for living.

Design Process 18


Vertical Streets

The project will be constructed to fulfill the needs of such apartments and utilities to serve it. The environment in this project will provide a place to live in, and it seeks the newlywed’s needs. The complex has to revitalize owners of the apartments a new kind of dwelling places and to propose alternative housing solutions.

The aim of the project is to be affordable in price wise and for long-term living.

Sections

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Vertical Streets

Elevations

20


Vertical Streets

3D

21


Works

N - Villa Creating a villa from a minor space Design VI

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N - Villa

Project analysis and requirements An 500 residential sqm villa to make and to include in it apartments to be rented. By Making interface between inner space and outer areas through courtyards and balconies. Inspired by using the Prairie style which created by Architect Frank Lloyd Wright.

Apartments Section Villa Section

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N - Villa

Design Process 24


N - Villa

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N - Villa

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N - Villa

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N - Villa

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N - Villa

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N - Villa

South West Elevation

North Elevation

Elevations West Elevation

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N - Villa

Section A - A

Section B - B

Section C - C

Sections

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N - Villa

Prairie style - Frank Lloyd Wright- Robie house - Illinois - Chicago - USA - 1909 - 1910

3D

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Works

AL Hafuf - Eastern Province of The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Creating a Commercial Retail centres Design V

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AL Hafuf Project Project analysis and requirements The task was to design three assigned functions in the three assigned plots whose buildings are fully collapsed. Not necessarily the three plots will be joined. Each plot will cover a surface in between 500 and 1000 square metres. The programme was to choose one of the articles from the blow three categories 1-Archive Library. 2-Residential houses or small apt buildings. 3-Commercial Site - Offices, Shops, restaurants, Galleries, etc.

AL Hafuf - Eastern Province of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

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AL Hafuf Project

The

task

was to design three assigned

functions

in the three assigned plots whose buildings are fully collapsed. Not necessarily the three plots will be joined. Each plot will cover a surface in between 500 and 1000 square metres. Design Analysis 35


AL Hafuf Project

Design Analysis 36


AL Hafuf Project

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AL Hafuf Project

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AL Hafuf Project

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AL Hafuf Project

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AL Hafuf Project

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AL Hafuf Project

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AL Hafuf Project

Group work analysis done by 1- Anfal AL Kandarie 2- Diana Ashkanani 3- Mishal AL Musaileekh 4- Thunayan AL Thunayan

Design Analysis 52


AL Hafuf Project

First Floor Plan

Roof Plan

Design Process Ground Floor Plan

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AL Hafuf Project

Elevation A - A

Elevation B - B

Elevation C - C C

A

B

Key Plan

C

A

Elevations B

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AL Hafuf Project

Section D - D

Section E - E

Section F - F

Section G - G

Key Plan

Sections

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AL Hafuf Project

Sectional - Perspective F - F

Sectional - Perspective D - D

Sectional - Perspective G - G

3D

56


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AL Sawaber Finding a solution to re-alive the complex again

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AL Sawaber

AL SAWABER The building was made to suit a new Kuwaiti family and to fulfil their daily needs and to provide a perfect environment for the people that will live there. Thus, it was expected to be the new standard for residential buildings that affiliated to the public authority of housing welfare of Kuwait.

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AL Sawaber It failed to sense it diverted from the original plan and ever detect it could not provide the necessities progressing families needs. Until this moment since the project submission in 1989, there is only one parking spot per family unit which makes conflicts for residents to consider the complex as a place for long-term living. Also, the other pressing problem was and still is the traffic flaw inside the block that contains the complex it did not have resolved due to the narrow streets. Design Process 59


AL Sawaber Questionnaire

Questionnaire was base on asking the people that were living there to get from them the impressions about the complex and almost the residents from different nationalities. Thus, this led the Citizens to abandon the apartments and give them to the real estate offices to find a way to rent them.

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AL Sawaber AL Sawaber proposed ideas

Complex main problems : 1- Traffic problems. 2- Parking problems. 3- Lack of services.

Design Process

4- Not applying architect Arthur’s intentions. 5- Insecure place. 61


AL Sawaber 6.9800 13.0000

BALCONY

4.0000

BALCONY

2.4000

closet TOILET

BEDROOM

TOILET

MASTER BEDROOM

SERVENT ROOM

2.8000

study room

LIVING ROOM

LIVING ROOM

DINING AREA

laundry

BEDROOM

2.0000 3.0000

MASTER BEDROOM

TOILET TOILET

prep

KITCHEN

emergency exit

storage

TOILET

BEDROOM

GUEST ROOM

LOBBY

2.5000

storage

KITCHEN

emergency exit

3.8000 3.2840

3.4832 4.5832

2.8000

Proposed Plan for the apartments in the clusters

4.9665

Final Plan 62


AL Sawaber

Complex proposed solutions A- Traffic: 1- Provide bigger streets with 2 lanes. 2- Creating unstoppable streets, to allow people to drive to their destinations easily. 3- Having more entrances & exits. B- Parking: 1- Provide enough parking lots for both residential purposes, and services provided, using the spaces from the hills. C- Services & Utilities: 1- Build a services & utilities centre. 2- Union for the residents. 3- Family care centre. 4- Super market. 5- Nursery. 6- Restaurant. 7- Twice mosques. 8- CafĂŠ. 9- Sport area. 10- Grocery. 11- Clinic.12- Schools. D- The deleted plans of the Architect need to be considered : 1- Regenerated Arthur Erickson plans by designing five types of apartment plan and contain duplex apartments to give a different option for the residents. 2- Give an advantage to the all of the residents apartments to look toward the garden. E- Secure place: 1- By making a security checks for each building also the services building.

Design Process 63


AL Sawaber

Proposed Elevations 64


AL Sawaber

Group work done by 1- Abdullah AL Badri 2- Ahmad AL Houli 3- Ahmad Ashkanani 4- Hadi AL Bathali 5- Mishal AL Musaileekh

Proposed Coplex Top View 65


AL Sawaber

Vs

Clusters

Old Sawaber

New proposal for Sawaber 3D

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Architecture CV and a Collection of Designs and Creative Works

Portfolio By Mishal

Mishal Adel | MLAL Musaileekh@gmail.com | Tel. +965-99233231

Mishal | Portfolio  

CV and a Collection of Designs and Creative Works by the author.

Mishal | Portfolio  

CV and a Collection of Designs and Creative Works by the author.