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ARTIST’S STATEMENT

TRADITIONAL HOUSES

KINGESTON LIBRARY

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ISLAND VILLAGE

CARTER EATERY

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NOLA EATERY

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CULTURAL CENTER

ENVRONMNTAL COLLEGE

MODEL MAKING


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ARTI ST STAT E ME NT

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Architecture is my passion and obsession. I do not want to design a building for people to live in, I want to create an environment that will elevate people’s mind and society. I believe that architecture has the power to inspire, to elevate the spirit, to feed both the mind and body. It is for me the most public of the arts. Richard Meier I believe each city in the world has an identity that is formed by history. My philosophy when I design is to create the space according to the place. Therefore, I design traditional architecture that is driven by modernity and inspired by nature to respect the city’s identity and culture.


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TR A D I T I O NA L HO USES REVIV I NG T H E T R A D I TI O NAL B U I L D I NG S I N JE D DAH

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Tradition is a very important identity for any city, but sometimes people and governments do not consider their culture and do not seem to care if they lose their character. In this thesis, the author will study the urban fabric of the old part of Jeddah City, Saudi Arabia. By analyzing the existing houses and the architectural elements that characterize these traditional houses in old Jeddah, the author will be able to create a design using traditional elements while adapting new materials and methods of construction. This investigation will help the author to revive the region’s heritage and make new houses with traditional architectural elements. By saving the traditional architecture for the citizens and for the future generations, a sense of identity and country will remain.


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Pedestrian Circulation


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Main Elevation

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Courtyard Section

Pedestrian Path Section

1.60 m

3.70 m

4.20 m

3.70 m

1.60 m 1.10 m

1.60 m

17.00 m

Street Section

Set Back 5.00 m

1.50 m

1.10 m

4.60 m

Parking

Vehicular Circulation

3.00 m

7.00 m

1.00 m

Vehicular Circulation

Parking

7.00 m

3.00 m

Set Back 1.50 m

5.00 m

0.80 cm


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KENS I NGTO N LIB R ARY 5775 H A B E RS H A M S t . SAVANNAH , G A

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The main focus of this 30,000 s.f., 3-4 story branch library project is to encourage the fast-pace dissemination of information. The typical American branch library has evolved into a community icon for many cities and Savannah, Georgia is no different. The proposed Kensington Park branch, part of the Live Oak Library System, will support a variety of functions 7 days a week with extended hours as needed for community activities. Space considerations include a 100 seat community activity space, children’s space including a story time area, teen’s space, adult’s space, digital collection, general operating spaces, indoor and outdoor social spaces, parking and pedestrian considerations. This project has been developed in consideration for the 2012 ASHRAE student design competition in the Integrated Sustainable Building Design category.


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Rhythm

NOL A RESTAU RANT NE W O R LEA NS , LO U I S I ANA

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The Idea of this project focus on the process of making and creating a concept that reflect the city or has a relationship with the place. The main concept influenced by the New Orleans urban fabric and also the gunshot houses next to the site.

Hierarchy


Final Shape


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ARC H I P E LAG O ISLAND V I LL AGE , F LO R I DA

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The goal of ARCHIPELAGO is to create a community of responsibly minded people who through gardening, waste recycling, and maximally efficient buildings produce more energy than they use. Our group aim that In the long term ARCHIPELAGO will influence the attitude of new generations to give sustenance & energy selflessly back to their fellow neighbors.


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Foot Print

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Vehicular Circulation


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Bus Route

Parks & Paths

Main Hydrology


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Modular System

Space Plannind Moudule

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Moudule Type

Building Type


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Multi Family House


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Floor Pattern

Shading Device

Reflective Ceiling

C ART E R FA M I LY FO L D EAT E RY 3449 A . P. C A RT E R H I G H WAY H I LTO NS , VI RG I NI A

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This project also focus on the process of making and creating the space by the place. By pinking a site next to the woods, the surrounding area inspired me to design a building that reflect the rural environment. Moreover, the project location makes me deal with trees and how to create shade and shadow in my elevations. Also as a place where the country music started, rhythm and hierarchy played a part to form this building.


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C ULT URE C E NT E R MAKKAH, SAUDI ARABIA

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This architectural proposal was to design a culture center in Makkah to serve the community. The culture center aims to educate the society and help to rise the intellectuall, cultural and civilization of the people in Saudi Arabia. The main idea in this proposal is to design a flexibla spaces that can be used by men and women in the same time, and using all the building functions without having to mix becuase one of the most important issues in the saudi culture is to divide between men and women. Using the islamic pattern in the elevations, make the building reflect the city identity.


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ENV I RO NM E NTAL D ESIGN CO L L EGE KING A B D UL A ZI Z UNI VE RC I TY, JE D DAH C AM P US

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This architectural proposal aims to design an Environmental Design college within the university’s new campus, which complements the university’s theme. Useing the green architecture philosophy, is to provide natural daylight, make a healthy building and save energy. Green Architecture Study: ENVELOPE: - DOUBLE ENVELOPES - GREEN ROOFS LIGHTING: - DAYLIGHT FACTOR - TOP LIGHTING - SIDE LIGHTING - SHADING DEVICES - INTERNAL REFLECTANCES COOLING: - CROSS VENTILATION - STACK VENTILATION ENERGY PRODUCTION: - PHOTOVOLTAICS


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M OD E L M A K I NG

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pppppp KINGSTON LIBRARY

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pppppp C A R T E R FA M I LY F O L D E AT E R Y

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pppppp N O L A R E S TA U R A N T

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