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URBAN DESIGN

SWOT

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URBAN DESIGN

MODELLING THE URBAN FABRIC OF THE DISTRICT

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HERITAGE ELEVATION

MIXED USE ELEVATION

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FULL BOARD OF ZOOMED IN WALK


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SUSTAINABILITY 56


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EAST ELEVATION

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FULL BOARD

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ENVIRONMENTAL

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FURNITURE DESIGN

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FURNITURE DESIGN Cardboards are cheap, recyclable, strong and if treated well very durable. The structure of the chair was painstaking as it was a solution for cardboard to tolerate human weight. The structure was achieved by the vertical stacking of identical 100 pieces. The shape of the chair is the letter «‫ »ن‬in arabic which is deprived from light, the consequence of learning and reading. The chair›s› message is to provide something tolerable, cheap, practical and supportive of reading.

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CONSTRUCTION

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ROOF TOP 73


CONSTRUCTION

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CONSTRUCTION

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CONSTRUCTION

WOODEN HOUSE 76


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ARTWORKS

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BALLPOINT PEN

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COLORED PENCILS 87


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ARTWORKS

PORTRAITS 89


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