NA naBI AGZAMOV 32-82 33rd st. #1B ASTORIA, NY. 11106
SCAPE STUDIO RESEARCH ASSISTANT (OCTOBER 2017-PRESENT) WORKING CLOSELY WITH THE STUDIO’S FOUNDER IN DEVELOPING THE DESIGN FOR US PAVILION AT VENICE BIENNIAL 2018
FINK & PLATT ARCHITECTS JUNIOR DESIGNER (JUNE 2014-april 2016) DEVELOPING CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS FOR SINGLE-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL PROJECTS,. FABRICATION,.furniture design, 3D MODELING
metalhouse freelance furniture designer (may 2017-present) 3d modeling, renderings. PRESENTATION DRAWINGS, FABRICATION
columbia gsapp exhibitions crew member (Fall 2016) NEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY Furniture design studio Teaching assistant (spring 2015) ASSISTING STUDENTS WITH the design process. Participation in grading. Preparing student presentations.
Columbia university gsapp master of science of architecture and urban design (2016-2017) LUCILLE SMYSER LOWENFISH MEMORIAL PRIZE recipient
NEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY BACHELOR OF ARCHITECTURE (2010-2015) MAGNA CUM LAUDE
KINGSBOROUGH COMMUNITY COLLEGE (2009-2010) ASSOCIATES IN ARTS (2009-2010) With honors
LUCILLE SMYSER LOWENFISH MEMORIAL PRIZE (Columbia gsapp) May 2017 the award is presented to The most outstanding student in the final design studio section selected by each critic
AIA BROOKLYN SCHOLARSHIP DECEMBER 2014 In recognition of scholarship achievement in the field of architecture and design
NYIT Architecture Chair’s Award, Manhattan MAY 2015 at graduation THE AWARD IS PRESENTED BY THE CHAIR TO THE STUDENTS OF HIS CHOICE.
NYIT Annual URBAN DESIGN COMPETITION - FIRST PLACE MEMBER OF THE WINNING TEAM AMONG TWENTY THREE PROJECTS.
3D MODELING CAD Graphics EDITING+rendering video EDITING+animation Remote Sensing ADVANCE MODEL MAKING FLUENCY IN RUSSIAN language
rhino , SKETCHUP, REVIT AUTOCAD, VECTORWORKS vray, pHOTOSHOP, ILLUSTRATOR, INDESIGN after effects, premiere arcmap argis
Flowing Rains / Holding Rivers Flowing Rains / Holding Rivers seeks to re-integrate the two sys-tems and in the process, remediate their waters and rejuvenate their adjacencies. It links pukurs with one another in a system of over-flows that culminate in the River Hooghly, which runs between Kolk-ata and Howrah; and it holds back the waters of this river, which are heavily polluted, momentarily to contribute to cleaning it. The aim is to improve the lives of local residents and pilgrims. TEAM: ELIF UNSAL, ZHAO GE, FU WANG, NABI AGZAMOV STUDIO: WATER URBANISM STUDIO CRITICS: KATE ORFF, JULIA WATSON, DILIP CUNHA, GEETA MEHTA
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Rain (Holds) With rain storms becoming more severe and frequent with every monsoon, particularly in the wake of climate change, pukurs can provide much needed flood mediation. However, their overflows need to reach larger water bod-ies. Unlike in the cities of Southern India, where rain finds its way to a river, storm water here may meander through the city before finding a river.
River (flows) Tidal fluctuations of this river are experienced both seasonally and daily. The difference from the lowest point of low-water in the dry season to the highest point of highwater in the rains is reported to be 6.35 m. The greatest mean rise of tide, about 4.9 m, takes place in March, April and May - with a declining range during the rainy season to a mean of 3.0 m, and a minimum during freshets of 1.07 m
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jute basket Offering bioheaven matrix
jute rope connections
nitrogen to atmosphere dissolved oxygen supports the water treatment process
water-flow filtration water dissolved nitrogen and phosphorus
co2 to root carbon oxygen to roots
Based on Bio-Haven technology, bio-offerings are remediat-ing units of vetiver plants. These units improve the water qual-ity before it reaches the ghats, holding and filtering Hoogh-ly water as it passes through. They also serve as habitats.
The frame that holds these offerings in place is tethered to the bank and to barges that anchored in the river. During Durga Pooja and Makar Sankranti festi-vals, it accepts the flow of millions of pilgrims. The pilgrims purchase and bring flower baskets as offerings to the river.
Water shapes religious, economic, and social identity in Bengal, and India at large. As the region fac-es threats from climate change, and undergoes rapid urbanization perhaps it is wise to reintegrate the fragments of the ancient local water infrastructure and
employ regional traditions in order to deal with the urban issues of the twenty first century. Perhaps these thousands of units fragmented through-out the city, and the region, are capable of not only holding rain but also relieving the stress on rivers.
RETHINKING URBAN INDUSTRY Owing to the development pressure and the kind of development that happened on the other post-industrial sites like Chelsea and Hudson Yards, we are proposing a special zoning district that would allow for a creation of a community-sensitive mixed-use neighborhood, integrating light to medium industry with medium to highrise residential complexes. In a phase-wise development, we envision housing, commercial and light industrial uses integrated as well as segregated in a design governed by the new guidelines. TEAM: MARWAH GARIB, YAN PANG, NISHCAL AGARWAL, NABI AGZAMOV STUDIO: 5 BOROUGH STUDIO STUDIO CRITICS: KAJA KUHL, JAMES KHAMSI, BEN ABELMAN, BRIAN BALDOR, TRICIA MARTIN, THADDEUS PAWLOWSKI
BKLYN ARMY TERMINAL
Midtown West or Hellâ€™s Kitchen is located at the juncture of several neighborhoods, cultures, businesses, urban flows and stakeholders. Together Grand Central, PABT, Penn Station, and Ferry Stop bring mil-lions of commuters to Manhattan every day.
Furthermore the influx of tourists engulf the area near Time Square, and the Theatre District. As one approaches West of 10th avenue, how-ever, the area becomes a low scale neighborhood with plenty of local restaurants and bars.
The porous design connects the neighborhood to the waterfront through a series of integrated walkways. The spaces have a hierarchy of access- the higher the more private- which allows us to put different programs in different spaces. Our goal is to promote growth of a much more diverse waterfront that would allow for residential and leisure development, reviving industrial, and transportation use
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NEW INDUSTRIAL USE
NEW RESEDENTIAL USE
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New Industrial New Commercial
SHIFTING GEARS Shifting Gears is an initiative that addresses high-school dropout rate, lack of public transportation, and low employment rate of the graduates of Poughkeepsie school district. By introducing learning through making initiative to the school program the students develop vocational skills that are sought by industries in Hudson Valley, thus increasing chances of the student employment upon graduation. the projects, through which students are trained, address local issues of the city. the initiative is designed to gradually extend to other school districts of the hudson valley region JUSTICE IN PLACE 2016 MICHAEL MURPHY, LEE LATMAN (STUDIO COORDINATORS), PIPPA BRASHEAR, JAMES CARSE, CHRISTOPHER KRONER, SANDRO MARPILLERO, JUSTIN MOORE, DAVID SMILEY, ELENI GKLINOU TEAM Huai Kuan Chung, Ping Yin, Jiaqi Sun
IS A LOCALLY DRIVEN HEALTH AND WELLNESS INITIATIVE PROPOSED ALONG SIDE THE EAST RIVER IN LOWER MANHATTAN. CREATING COMMUNAL FARM SPACES TO ENRICH PEOPLE'S FOOD CHOICES, AND REINFORCE THE LOCAL FOOD MOVEMENT. Adding more transport links to the waterfront, Alleviating pressure on MTA, revitalizing waterfront with a new type of industry will not only create jobs for the neighborhoods, but also generate revenue to improve the area privately owned boats are granted the access to the production industries and have the choice to vendor their own products
nwc downtown piers
nwc knickerbocker piers
nwc housing piers
ISHAM BATHING GARDENS
is a public swimming pool located in the dense, vibrant, and socioeconomically diverse, Inwood in Upper Manhattan. The site has a very strong slope, from the south boundary, to Northeast. the roof touches down at the south corner, and gently slopes up north allowing pedestrians access the green roof from a street level.
studio: design vi studio critic: janet fink
the roof structure is a 8'x8' grid frame that allows for accessible green roof as well as longer spans
the courtyard trees block summer sun and allow winter sun reach inside of the building
rain water circulation
Urban Design + Architecture