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ARCHITECTURAL WORK 2011 - 2016

P O R T F O L I O TALA KHALIL

UNIVERSITY OF PETRA KHALIL.TALA@HOTMAIL.COM 079 6449460


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RÉSUMÉ

VISTA CULINARY ARTS CENTER ALHIJAZ RAILWAY REHABILITATION CELEBRATING SURVIVAL - GAZA CAMP COLLEGE OR ART AND ARCHITECTURE HOTEL APARTMENTS STEPS CULTURAL CENTER TRACK FITNESS CENTER TREEHOUSE HIGHWAY REST AREA THE PEARL PUZZLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENTS’ CENTER AND WORKSHOP MOORI-CITRUS GARDEN & CACTI GARDEN THE UPRISING OF ARAB REVOLUTION

DRAWINGS AND PAINTINGS PHOTOGRAPHY

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01 VISTA CULINARY ARTS CENTER

GRADUATION PROJECT

VISTA CULINARY ARTS CENTER INTRODUCES FOOD TOURISM TO JORDAN BY MEANS OF MERGING EDUCATION AND ENTERTAINMENT, STUDENTS AND VISITORS, AND CULINARY AND AGRICULTURE. THE LOCATION OF THE BUILDING EMBRACES THE BEAUTIFUL SCENES OF JERASH. THE SCHOOL (ORIENTED TOWARDS KING TALAL DAM) IS WITHIN THE ONCAMPUS GROWN FARMS; AS STUDENTS GROW THEIR OWN VEGETABLES AND FRUITS TO BE USED IN ON CAMPUS DINING PLACES ACHIEVING THE ULTIMATE SUSTAINABLE CULINARY ARTS EXPERIENCE. THE PROJECT SEEKS TO BECOME A VERY SUCCESSFUL CULINARY ARTS CENTER HOSTING THE NEW “FARM TO TABLE” CONCEPT TO THE REGION. IT WILL SURELY REVIVE THE AREA AND MAKE IT MORE FASCINATING FOR TOURISTS AND LOCALS TO COME AND ENJOY THE FASCINATING VIEW AND A LOCAL-MADE MEAL. * SHORTLISTED PROJECT (TOP 20) AT TAMAYOZ INTERNATIONAL AWARD 2016

DESIGN CONCEPT

RATHER THAN MANIPULATING THE SITE TO FIT MY BUILDING, I AM USING THE SITES CHARACTERISTICS - ITS SLOPE, TYPOLOGY, AND SURROUNDING SCENIC VIEWS- TO DETERMINE THE FORM OF MY BUILDING, IN ORDER TO PROVIDE THE BEST POSSIBLE SUSTAINABLE FUNCTIONALITY AND EXPERIENCE.

THE CULINARY ARTS CENTER CONSISTS OF A CULINARY ARTS SCHOOL, RESTAURANT, BAKERY, BISTRO, FARMERS MARKET, CELEBRATION HALLS, BED & BREAKFAST ROOMS, OUTDOOR PUBLIC SPACES, FARMS, AND GREENHOUSES. 6


REVIT ARCHITECTURE, GOOGLE SKETCHUP, LUMION, PHOTOSHOP


INITIAL SKETCHES

SUSTAINABILITY THE SCHOOL IS SUSTAINABLE IN DIFFERENT ASPECTS; SUSTAINABLE FARM TO TABLE CONCEPT, SUSTAINABLE BUILDING DESIGN; THE FORM, THE ORIENTATION, THE MATERIALS USED, THE SOLAR PANELS, VENTILATION SYSTEM, AND THE USE OF GREENHOUSES.

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MAIN ENTRANCE

SINCE THE SITE IS CLOSE TO A GAS STATION AND A SUPERMARKET ON THE HIGHWAY; THIS MOTIVATES PASSERSBY TO STOP BY VISTA CULINARY ARTS CENTER TO USE IT AS A REST AREA, WHERE THEY CAN ENJOY A MEAL OR EVEN SPEND THE NIGHT AT THE HANGING BED AND BREAKFAST ROOMS. VISTA CULINARY ARTS CENTER VISITORS ARE WELCOME TO USE THE OUTDOOR PUBLIC PLATFORM ON THE GROUND LEVEL 0. THIS PLATFORM HOLDS EVENTS, FESTIVALS, AND WEEK-END FARMER’S MARKET. AT THE END OF THE PLATFORM THERE’S AN ELEVATED 360O VIEW BISTRO. THERE ARE TWO OPEN AIR CIRCULATION POCKETS AT THE JOINTS OF THE PLAN. THESE POCKETS ALLOW VISITORS MOVE FREELY BETWEEN THE FLOORS AND COMMUNICATE VISUALLY WITH THE STUDENTS AS THEY COOK IN THEIR DEMONSTRATION KITCHENS.

ZONING DIAGRAM

CIRCULATION DIAGRAM


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DEMONSTRATION KITCHEN THEATER

RESTAURANT

GARDEN BETWEEN SCHOOL AND BED & BREAKFAST ROOMS


VISTA PANORAMA

LEVEL -1: RESTAURANT, CAFÉ, OUTDOOR LEVEL -2: EVENTS HALL (LEFT), CULINARY SEATING AREAS, AMPHITHEATER, SERVICES ARTS SCHOOL; LOCKER ROOMS, COOKING AND EVENTS HALL MANAGEMENT (LEFT). KITCHENS, SERVICES AND STORAGES, FACULTY AND STUDENTS DINING HALL. 12


LEVEL -3: EVENTS HALL (LEFT), CULINARY ARTS SCHOOL; LOCKER ROOMS, DEMONSTRATION KITCHENS, SERVICES AND STORAGES, CLASSROOMS AND LABS, LIBRARY.

LEVEL -4: ADMINISTRATION. LEVEL -5: OUTDOOR GARDEN. LEVEL -6 & -7: 16 BED AND BREAKFAST ROOMS.


LEVEL -1: RESTAURANT, CAFÉ, OUTDOOR SEATING AREAS, AMPHITHEATER, SERVICES AND EVENTS HALL MANAGEMENT (LEFT).

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LEVEL -2: EVENTS HALL (LEFT), CULINARY ARTS SCHOOL; LOCKER ROOMS, COOKING KITCHENS, SERVICES AND STORAGES, FACULTY AND STUDENTS DINING HALL.


LEVEL -3: EVENTS HALL (LEFT), CULINARY ARTS SCHOOL; LOCKER ROOMS, DEMONSTRATION KITCHENS, SERVICES AND STORAGES, CLASSROOMS AND LABS, LIBRARY.

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LEVEL -4: ADMINISTRATION. LEVEL -5: OUTDOOR GARDEN. LEVEL -6 & -7: 16 BED AND BREAKFAST ROOMS.


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GREEN WALLS AND OBSERVATORY

LIBRARY

STUDENTS EN

D1

D2 20


NTRANCE RAMP

FARMERS’ MARKET

LANDSCAPE DESIGN THE BUILDING IS RAISED ON V-LIKE STRUCTURE; INTEGRATING NATURE AND PROVIDING MORE AREAS TO FARM AND SOME SHADED AREAS FOR VISITORS, FARMERS, AND STUDENTS TO SIT UNDER. THE FARMS ARE CATEGORIZED INTO HERBAL GARDENS, VEGETABLE GARDENS (UPPER HALF), AND FRUIT ORCHARDS (LOWER HALF). BECAUSE OF THE MOUNTAINOUS TERRAIN, GRADUATED TERRACE STEPS ARE USED WITH RECYCLED FIELDSTONE WALL TERRACES INSPIRED BY THE SURROUNDING FARMS IN JERASH. INSTALLED MULTI-STORY AND PLASTIC GREENHOUSES PROVIDE VEGETABLES, HERBS, AND FRUITS ALL YEAR ROUND FOR EDUCATIONAL AND INDUSTRIAL PURPOSES.

D1: OUTDOOR SEATING AREAS BETWEEN THE FARMS AND GREEN-

D2: MULTISTORY GREENHOUSE


02 ALHIJAZ RAILWAY STATION REHABILITATION URBAN DESIGN STUDIO ALHIJAZ RAILWAY WAS BUILT UNDER THE OTTOMAN PATRONAGE (20TH CENTURY). THE HISTORICAL SITE WAS ONCE A VERY SIGNIFICANT STOP FOR TRAVELERS. AFTER MULTIPLE SITE VISITS, QUESTIONNAIRES, INTERVIEWS, AND SITE INVESTIGATION; DESIGN IDEAS WERE SUGGESTED IN ORDER TO REHABILITATE THE SITE AND REVIVE THE AREA. AS THE SITE IS DELICATE, MINIMAL AND SIMPLE INTERFERING AIMS WERE SET INSIDE AND OUTSIDE THE SITE. OUTSIDE THE SITE; REDEFINE THE STREETS, ISLANDS, PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE, SIDEWALKS AND ENTRANCES. INSIDE THE SITE; REARRANGE BUILDING FUNCTIONS INTO ZONES, PROVIDE PARKING LOTS, PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION, INCREASE SAFETY BY DEFINING VEHICULAR PATHS AND PEDESTRIAN PATHS, AND INSTALLING A TICKETING PLATFORM, A PLAZA, AND A CAFETERIA FOR VISITORS. * GROUP WORK - 4 STUDENTS

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REVIT ARCHITECTURE, AUTOCAD, PHOTOSHOP

TICKETING PLATFORM AND BRIDGE THE PLATFORM IS A PUBLIC SPACE, WITH BENCHES AND A TICKETING BOOTH,OVERLOOKING THE ASTONISHING HISTORICAL SITE. IT ENCOURAGES PEOPLE TO VISIT THE SITE BY MAKING IT MORE OPEN AND WELCOMING. THE BRIDGE CONNECTS BETWEEN BOTH SIDES INCREASING THE SAFETY.


DEMOLISHING PLAN

MASTER PLAN

PLAN

SECTION

ELEVATION

PARKING AND TRANSPORTATION TWO PARKING ZONES WERE ADDED; ONE FOR EMPLOYEES AND ONE FOR VISITORS. BUS PARKING SPACES AVAILABLE TOO FOR PUBLIC TRANSPORTATIONS. SCREENS OF TREES WERE PLANTED BETWEEN THE PARKING LOTS AND THE RAILWAY FOR A BETTER SCENERY. 24


PLAN

SECTION PLAN

SECTION

ELEVATION

SAFETY AND ENTERTAINMENTS DEFINED CIRCULATION FOR BOTH PEDESTRIANS AND VEHICLES; PEDESTRIAN PATHWAYS WERE DEFINED BETWEEN RAILWAYS TO INCREASE SAFETY. PLAZA AND CAFETERIA, USED AS WAITING AREAS AS WELL, WERE ALSO SUGGESTED FOR VISITORS TO ENJOY THE BEAUTY OF THE HISTORICAL PLACE.


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SECTION A-A

SECTION B-B

SECTION C-C

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B


03 CELEBRATING SURVIVAL - GAZA CAMP DESIGN STUDIO 5 GAZA CAMP IS AN EMERGENCY PALESTINIAN CAMP FOR REFUGEES WHO WERE EXPELLED OUT OF THEIR HOMELAND IN 1967. THE CAMP IS LOCATED IN JERASH ACCOMMODATING 27 THOUSAND REFUGEE BY THE UNRWA. THE PROJECT TALKS ABOUT THE SUCCESSFUL RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PEOPLE OF JERASH AND GAZAN REFUGEES; AS THE COEXISTENCE BETWEEN THEM CELEBRATES SURVIVAL. DUE TO THE LOW RATE OF EMPLOYMENT OF THESE REFUGEES, THE MINIMAL USE OF THE AGRICULTURAL LANDS IN JERASH AND AGRICULTURAL WORKERS, THE NONEXISTENCE OF PUBLIC SPACES FOR FAMILIES ESPECIALLY WOMEN AND CHILDREN, MISUSE OF WOMEN’S CRAFT SKILLS, THE LACK OF UTILITIES AND SERVICES, AND THE OVERCROWDING OF RESIDENTIAL UNITS; DESIGN DECISIONS WERE MADE. AFTER ENGAGING WITH THE CAMP RESIDENTS, MULTIPLE SITE VISITS, SITE INVESTIGATION THE STRATEGIES WERE CHOSEN UPON THE CAMP CIRCUMSTANCES AND NEEDS. * GROUP WORK - 2 STUDENTS

THE SITE WAS CHOSEN STRATEGICALLY IN ORDER TO SERVE THE PROJECT’S IDEA; TWO LOTS FACING EACH OTHER ON THE EDGE OF THE CAMP AND MANSHIYAH. THE PROJECTS STARTS WITH THE MAIN PATHWAY THAT CONNECTS ALL FUNCTIONS TOGETHER SYMBOLIZING THE CORRELATION BETWEEN THE PEOPLE. DESIGN STRATEGIES: -THE ARBITRARY OFF THE AXIAL LINES CREATED THE FORM AND PATHWAYS. -CREATING PUBLIC, PRIVATE, SEMI PRIVATE SPACES WHERE NEEDED. -CREATING COMMUNAL AND CONTEMPLATING SPACES. -THE USE OF LOCAL MATERIALS. -REVIVING THE AGRICULTURE IN THE AREA BY ADDING URBAN FARMING CONCEPT. WOMEN’S WORKSHOPS CHILDREN’S PLAYGROUND PATH

BRIDGE

SOUQ MEN’S WORKSHOPS BRIDGE MUSEUM FARMERS MARKET

PATH URBAN FARMS

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REVIT ARCHITECTURE, PHOTOSHOP

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1 WOMEN’S WORKSHOPS 2 CHILDREN’S PLAYGROUND 3 SOUQ 4 MEN’S WORKSHOPS 5 BRIDGE 6 MUSEUM 7 FARMERS MARKET 8 URBAN FARMS

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THE ARBITRARY OFF THE CAMP AXIAL LINES CREATED THE FORM AND PATHWAYS.

1ST BASEMENT FLOOR PLAN

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COMMUNAL AND CONTEMPLATING PUBLIC SPACES.

THE ARBITRARY OFF THE AXIAL LINES IN THE NEIGHBORING AREAS CREATED THE AGRICULTURAL LOTS AND FARMS.

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

FARMERS’ M WITH EXPOS STRUCTURE SYMBOLIZIN TEMPORARIN

FIRST FL


MARKET SED

NG NESS.

LOOR PLAN

THE PRIVACY OF THE WOMEN’S WORKSHOPS WAS DESIGNED AS THE PLAYGROUNDS SURROUND THEM.

USING LOCAL AND SIMPLE MATERIALS.

THE SOUQ DESIGN WAS INSPIRED BY THE OLD VILLAGES CREATING COURTYARDS AND MULTIPLE ATTACHED UNITS.

SECOND FLOOR PLAN


PLAYGROUNDS AND WOMEN’S WORKSHOPS

SECTION A-A

SECTION C-C

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MUSEUM - BRIDGE


MUSEUM - COURTYARD AND BRIDGE

SECTION B-B


SOUQ AREA - COURTYARD

SECTION D-D

SECTION E-E

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URBAN FARMING

STREET ELEVATION - BEFORE

STREET ELEVATION - AFTER

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MEN’S WORKSHOPS AND COFFEE SHOP

MUSEUM


M - INTERIOR

FARMERS’ MARKET


04 FACULTY OF ART AND ARCHITECTURE DESIGN STUDIO 4 A NEW FACULTY OF ART AND ARCHITECTURE SUGGESTED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF PETRA CAMPUS, STUDENTS WERE ASKED TO DESIGN RESPECTING THE GIVEN SITE. THE TRIANGULAR SITE IS 12000 M2. AFTER STUDYING THE SITE’S TYPOGRAPHY AND DENSE EXISTING TREES; TWO LINEAR BUILD-ABLE AREAS WERE PICKED. A COMPLEX FORM OF CONCAVE AND CONVEX LINES WAS USED. THE IDEA WAS TO DESIGN MULTIPLE BUILDINGS CONNECTED TO EACH OTHER BY PATHS, BRIDGES, OR STAIR WAYS; EACH BUILDING HAS A FUNCTION. THE UNIQUE EXPERIENCE OF OVERLOOKING THE INTERNAL GARDEN AT ALMOST ANY POINT AT THE FACULTY MAKES IT INTERESTING; AS STUDENTS AND STAFF WALK ARE VISUALLY CONNECTED TO THE OUTDOORS. THE CONCAVE AND CONVEX BUILDINGS HOLD ALL THE DRAWING STUDIOS FOR ARCHITECTURE, INTERIOR DESIGN, AND GRAPHIC DESIGN STUDENTS.

RESPECT THE SITE RESPECT THE VEGETATION IN THE MIDDLE BY BUILDING AROUND IT AND KEEPING THE CENTRAL AREA AS AN INTERNAL GARDEN FOR STUDENTS. LIFT PARTS TWO PARTS ON STRUCTURAL COLUMNS AND KEEPING THE VEGETATION UNDERNEATH THEM. RESPECT THE SITE TOPOGRAPHY (SLOPE); SPLIT LEVELS. VIEWS PANORAMIC VIEWS FOR STUDENTS MAINLY FOUND AT THE DRAWING STUDIOS OVERLOOKING THE UNIVERSITY CAMPUS AND TOWARDS THE INTERNAL GARDEN TOO. 38


REVIT ARCHITECTURE, PHOTOSHOP ADMINISTRATION & ART GALLERY CLASSROOMS LIBRARY JURY HALL COMPUTER LABS

STUDIOS


STUDENTS ENTRANCE STAIRWAY

BRIDGE BETWEEN STUDIOS OVER LOOKING THE INTERNAL GARD

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

THIRD FLOOR PLAN

1ST BASEMENT FLOOR PLAN SECOND FLOOR PLAN

2ND BASEMENT FLOOR PLAN

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FIRST FLOOR PLAN


DEN

PATHWAY INTERNAL GARDEN

STAIRS & BRIDGE BETWEEN STUDIOS AND CLASSROOMS

SECTION A-A

SECTION B-B CORRIDOR BETWEEN ART GALLERY AND CAFETERIA

SECTION C-C

ADMINISTRATION GARDEN SPACE


05 HOTEL APARTMENTS DESIGN STUDIO 4 MIXED USE BUILDING LOCATED IN AMMAN, 5TH CIRCLE. THE PROJECT INCLUDES A COMMERCIAL GROUND FLOOR, AND ON THE UPPER LEVELS HOTEL APARTMENTS. NOT LIKE ANY OTHER TRADITIONAL BUILDING, THE HORIZONTAL AND VERTICAL CIRCULATION IS ALL OUTDOOR. A UNIQUE EXPERIENCE CREATED BY THE COURTYARD ON THE NORTHERN SIDE OF THE BUILDING; IT HOLDS UP THE STAIRS AND CORRIDORS WHICH ARE DIFFERENT ON EACH FLOOR, GIVING EACH APARTMENT ITS UNIQUE APPROACH AND ENTRANCE. PLANTERS ARE CREATED BY THE DIFFERENT ORIENTATION OF EACH VOID IN EACH LEVEL. THE BETTER VIEW IS TOWARDS THE FRONT ELEVATION, THUS MOST BALCONIES ARE LOCATED ON THE FRONT ELEVATION. A SCREEN OF WOOD FOLD-UP SHUTTERS IS PLACED; PROVIDING PRIVACY AND CREATING LINEAR PATTERNS OF LIGHT AND SHADOW. EVERY APARTMENT RESIDENT CAN FOLD THE SHUTTERS ACCORDING TO THEIR PREFERENCES

THIRD FLOOR PLAN

SECOND FLOOR PLAN

FIRST FLOOR PLAN

GROUND FLOOR PLAN COURTYARD

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STUDIO OFFICE

DUPLEX APT.

2 BEDROOM APT. 3 BEDROOM APT.


REVIT ARCHITECTURE, PHOTOSHOP

APARTMENT WINDOW OVERLOOKING THE COURTYARD

SECTION A-A

FOLD-UP SHUTTERS DETAIL

SECTION B-B

PHYSIOTHERAPY CENTER

FRONT ELEVATION

FOLD-UP SHUTTERS BALCONY


06 STEPS MIXED-USE CULTURAL BUILDING DESIGN STUDIO 3 CULTURAL CENTER THAT REFLECTS THE COMBINATION OF THE ARCHITECTURAL ELEMENTS IN THE OLD CITY OF AMMAN WITH THE NEW CITY IN THE SAME BUILDING. INSPIRED BY THE LONG STEEP STAIRWAYS OF THE OLD CITY OF AMMAN, THE PROJECT HOLDS A NARROW 50 STEPS STAIRWAY LEADING TO THE ART GALLERY AND THE AUDITORIUM. THE NEW CITY IS SYMBOLIZED BY THE ATTACHED MODERN OFFICE BUILDING IN THE NORTHERN EAST PART OF THE SITE. THE OFFICE BUILDING INCLUDES 5 OPEN PLAN OFFICES EACH ON A LEVEL, AND A CAFETERIA ON THE LOWEST LEVEL. THE PROJECT INCLUDES A BAZAAR AREA ON THE GROUND FLOOR, A LIBRARY AND BOOKSHOP ON THE 1ST AND 2ND FLOOR, AND A CAFE ON THE 3RD FLOOR. THE CLUSTERING OF THE STONE BLOCKS ON THE FRONT FACADE IS A METAPHOR OF THE CLUSTERING OF DOWNTOWN AMMAN. * PARTICIPATING PROJECT AT JURY DAY 2014

CAFE

SECTION A-A

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SECTION B-B

LIBRARY

building

ART GALLERY

building

STAIRWAY

SECTION C-C


REVIT ARCHITECTURE, PHOTOSHOP


07 TRACK FITNESS CENTER DESIGN STUDIO 3 THE TRACK FITNESS CENTER LOCATED IN AMMAN, JORDAN.; THE CENTER INCLUDES A GYM, SPA, RUNNING TRACK, AND INDOOR SWIMMING POOL. APPROACHING A FUNCTIONAL CONCEPT, THE RUNNING TRACK IS THE HEART OF THE PROJECT. THE TRACK IS SPLIT INTO TWO LAPS IN OPPOSITE DIRECTIONS, SPLITTING THE BUILDING INTO TWO ZONES; THE SWIMMING POOL AND THE SPA ON LEFT WING AND ALL OTHER FUNCTIONS OF THE GYM INCLUDING THE ADMINISTRATION ON THE RIGHT WING. AS THE FLOATING RUNNING TRACK ON THE FIRST FLOOR CIRCULATES AROUND THE BUILDING AND THROUGH THE CENTER; THE USER WILL HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO ENJOY OBSERVING OTHER USERS WORKING OUT AT THE GYM OR SWIMMING AND VISE VERSA.

DESIGN IDEA

FIRST FLOOR PLAN

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

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REVIT ARCHITECTURE, PHOTOSHOP

THE RUNNING TRACK

SECTION A-A

SECTION C-C

SECTION B-B


08 THE TREE HOUSE DESIGN STUDIO 3 DESIGN STUDIO SKETCH PROBLEM; DESIGN A COFFEE SHOP IN THE UNIVERSITY OF PETRA PLAZA. INSPIRED BY THE EXISTING SURROUNDING TREES AT THE PLAZA, A METAPHORIC CONCEPT OF THE “TREE HOUSE” EMERGED, IN PURSUIT OF ALLOWING STUDENTS, INCLUDING MYSELF, TO ENJOY A NEW ADVENTUROUS FRIENDLY PLACE, SEARCHING FOR OUR INNER CHILD. CONCEPT APPLICATION: ABSTRACTION OF TREES AND TREE HOUSES AS THE STRUCTURE AND FORM OF THE BUILDING WAS INSPIRED BY TREE BRANCHES.

COFFEE SHOP ENTRANCE; USE OF TRANSLUCENT CONCRETE BLOCKS

REVIT ARCHITECTURE

CONTINUOUS GLAZED STRIP; FLOOR, STAIRS, AND CEILING. SECOND FLOOR PLAN

LONGITUDINAL SECTION

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FIRST FLOOR PLAN

GROUND FLOOR PLAN


09 HIGHWAY REST AREA DESIGN STUDIO 1 REST AREA, LOCATED ON A STEEP SLOPE SIDE OF A HIGHWAY, IS DESIGNED TO BLEND INTO THE SURROUNDING NATURE. THE PROJECT HAS A PANORAMIC VIEW INDOORS AREA FOR TRAVELERS TO STOP BY; USE THE FACILITIES AND ENJOY THE MOUNTAINOUS VIEW. THE INFINITE-LIKE CIRCULATION OF THE STAIRS AND RAMPS PROVIDES A COMPLETE VIEW TOWARDS ALL DIRECTIONS. THE USE OF WOOD MATERIAL AND STREAMLIKE FORM HELPS THE BUILDING TO BLEND IN WITH NATURE.

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

FIRST FLOOR PLAN

WEST ELEVATION

SECTION A-A

EAST ELEVATION SECTION B-B

SOUTH ELEVATION

NORTH ELEVATION

MANUAL DRAWING - PENCIL


10 THE PEARL DESIGN STUDIO 2 THE PEARL CELEBRATION HALL IS LOCATED ON QUEEN ALIA AIRPORT ROAD, IN AMMAN, JORDAN. TEHE DESIGN CONCEPT IS INSPIRED BY THE CONCENTRIC LAYERING OF THE PEARL. IN THE HIGHLY VALUBLE GEM, LAYERS REVOLVE AROUND THE CENTER OF THE OYSTER. A SIMILIAR APPROACH WAS TAKEN IN THE PROJECT, WHERE CURVED CONCRETE SHELLS FORM SIMILAR ARCS AROUND THE CELEBRATION HALLS, WHICH METAPHORICALLY REFERS TO THE PEARL. THE CORRIDORS LEADING TO THE BANQUET HALLS IMITATE THE DISSECTING OF A PEARL. VISITORS WALK THROUGH A SERIES OF SHRINKING LAYRES OF THE PEARL UNTIL THEY FINALLY REACH THE CENTER -- THE GEM.

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SITE PLAN

EXPERIENCE MODEL

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

FIRST FLOOR PLAN


MANUAL DRAWING - PENCIL

THE PEARL CORRIDOR

SECOND FLOOR PLAN


SECTION A-A

SECTION B-B

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NORTH ELEVATION


11 PUZZLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DESIGN STUDIO 1 THE SPACE BETWEEN THE PUZZLE PIECES IS THE MOMENT THE CHILD TRIES TO FIND SOLUTIONS, TAKE RIGHT CHOICES, TAKE LONG TERM DECISIONS. THIS HELPS IN DEVELOPING THE CHILD’S CRITICAL THINKING. TO COMPLETE THE CHILD’S KNOWLEDGE, THE STUDENT NEEDS DIFFERENT PARTS OF THE PUZZLE; CLASSROOMS, LIBRARY, ADMINISTRATION, AND SCIENCE LABS. THE MAIN CIRCULATION (SPACE BETWEEN PUZZLE PIECES) CONNECTS THE BUILDINGS TOGETHER MAKING IT EXCITING FOR STUDENTS TO FIND THE PUZZLE PIECES AS THEY WALK BETWEEN THE CORRIDORS. THE PUZZLE PIECES CAN BE FOUND AS 3D OBJECTS (STAIRS, CURVED WALLS) AND 2D OBJECTS (DRAWINGS ON FLOORS AND SKYLIGHTS ON CEILING).

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GROUND FLOOR PLAN


MANUAL DRAWING - PENCIL & INK

SECTION A-A

SECTION B-B

NORTH ELEVATION

SOUTH ELEVATION

EAST ELEVATION

WEST ELEVATION


12 STUDENTS’ CENTER AND WORKSHOP INTERIOR DESIGN STUDIO A CONTEMPORARY STUDENTS’ CENTER AT THE UNIVERSITY OF PETRA, WITH AN UP-TO-DATE SERVICES OF 2D AND 3D PRINTING, COMFORTABLE STUDY AREAS, SPACIOUS ZONES FOR DRAFTING AND WORKSHOP TABLES, LIBRARY, AND A ROOF TERRACE. THE GROUND FLOOR HAS PLOTTERS, A LIBRARY, SEATING ZONES, AND SERVICES. THE FIRST FLOOR, OVERLOOKING THE GROUND FLOOR, HAS 3D PRINTING CORNER, SEATING STUDY AREAS, AND DRAFTING TABLES. DYNAMIC FRONT ELEVATION,SOUTH, COVERED WITH FOLD UP LOUVERED WOOD SHUTTERS AS THEY FOLD ACCORDING TO THE USER’S PREFERENCE. CUSTOM DESIGNED FURNITURE WAS INSPIRED BY THE FOLD OF THE DYNAMIC SHUTTERS. NEUTRAL WARM COLORS OF WOOD USED TO HELP STUDENTS WITH CONCENTRATION. THE YELLOW COLOR USED IN SOME FURNITURE PIECES, IS ENERGIZING AND UPLIFTING; HELPS IN STUDYING AND RECALLING INFORMATION.

B

A

C

SECOND FLOOR PLAN B

A

B

A

C

FIRST FLOOR PLAN

C

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GROUND FLOOR PLAN

EXTERIOR SHOT - FRONT ELEVATION


N

REVIT ARCHITECTURE, PHOTOSHOP


SOUTH ELEVATION

MAIN ENTRANCE

SECTION A-A

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DOUBLE VOLUME

SECTION B-B


WORKSHOP AREA

SECTION C-C


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STUDY AREA

STUDY CABIN

LIBRARIAN DESK

STUDY CABIN


PLOTTERS AREA

SEATING AREA - LIBRARY


13 MOORI-CITRUS GARDEN LANDSCAPE DESIGN STUDIO THE GARDEN INSPIRED BY THE MOORISH GARDENS HAS A CENTRAL CROSS AXIS, FORMAL SYMMETRICAL LAYOUT, GRID OF FRUIT TREES, WATER CHANNELS, WALLED COURTYARDS, AND COLORFUL CERAMIC TILES. MANUAL DRAWING - INK & WATERCOLORS

INSPIRATION

SITE PLAN

LONGITUDINAL SECTION

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13 CACTI GARDEN

CACTI GARDEN IS XERISCAPE STYLE GARDEN; SUSTAINABLE DESIGN APPROACH THAT AIMS TO REDUCE THE USE OF WATER BY PLANTING CACTI, SUCCULENTS, AND LOW WATER USE PLANTS. THE WOOD DECK PATH GOES THROUGH THE GARDEN, PASSING BY THE DOME-LIKE CACTI GREENHOUSE, THE EARTH SHELTERED CAFE, AND A CELEBRATION AREA. MANUAL DRAWING - INK & WATERCOLORS

SECTION A-A

SKETCH

FIFTH ELEVATION FROM TOWER AND NEIGHBOURING HOUSES

SITE PLAN

SECTION B-B

SECTION C-C


14 MONUMENT THE UPRISING OF ARAB REVOLUTION COMPETITION

“REVOLUTION EVOLVES WITH UNITY” THE CONCEPT BEHIND THIS MONUMENT IS TO CONVEY THE ARAB REVOLUTION (1916). REVOLUTION IS THE UPRISING OF PEOPLE’S IDEAS IN FAVOR OF A NEW SYSTEM. THE BLOCKS REPRESENT THE PEOPLE UPRISING; SOME HAVE IDEAS OR RESISTING AND REBELLING, AND SOME DON’T; WIRE FRAMED BLOCKS WITH POLISH STAINLESS STEEL SHEETS. THESE SHEETS REFLECT THE PEOPLE AND THEIR IDEAS STANDING IN FRONT OF THE BLOCKS. WITH TIME EVERYONE IS SATURATED WITH THESE IDEAS AND BECOME AS ONE UNIT; AS THE SHEETS COVER MORE FACES OF EACH WIRE FRAMED BLOCK DENSE AND UNITED INTO THE CENTER.

TO

W

AR

DS

TH

E

C

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BLOCK OPTIONS

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SITE PLAN

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MATERIALS USED


GOOGLE SKETCHUP, PHOTOSHOP

LONGITUDINAL SECTION

FRONT ELEVATION

FRONT ELEVATION


15 PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS

A3 PENCIL STILL LIFE SKETCHING *UOP ART GALLERY 2012 66


A3 PENCIL STILL LIFE SKETCHING *UOP ART GALLERY 2012


A3 PENCIL STILL LIFE SKETCHING

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A3 PENCIL STILL LIFE SKETCHING *UOP ART GALLERY 2012


A3 PENCIL STILL LIFE SKETCHING

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A3 PENCIL STILL LIFE SKETCHING


A3 ACRYLIC ON CANVAS 72


A3 ACRYLIC ON CANVAS


A5 WATERCOLORS 74


A4 WATERCOLORS (DRAWING PLANTS - LANDSCAPE COURSE)


100* 30 CM INK ON CANSON * UOP ART GALLERY 2012

100* 40 CM PASTEL ON CANSON

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THANK YOU

Architecture Portfolio Tala Khalil | 2016  

Portfolio of my undergraduate architecture work at the University of Petra.

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