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UNDERGRADUATE PORTFOLIO 2015-2016 ZAINAB ISHAQAT


INDEX CV | PERSONAL INFO

02

MOSQUE

05

CULTURAL CENTRE

09

PAVILION

13

EARTHQUAKE AND CLIMATE CHANGE AWARENESS CENTRE

14

MIXED-USE HIGHRISE BUILDING

18

TEMPORARY RESIDENCE

20

VOLUNTARY WORK

23

SKETCHES | ARTWORK

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PERSONAL INFORMATION name Zainab Ishaqat address Auf der Reide 90, 40468, DĂźsseldorf, Germany date of birth 27.081995 place of birth Wadi Seer nationality Jordanian mobile number +49 15736256082 email zishaqat@yahoo.com skype username zainabishaqat

ACADEMIC INFORMATION Hochshule DĂźsseldorf, Germany - exchange year Bachelor degree in Architecture, from September 2016 until September 2017

German Jordanian University; Amman, Jordan Bachelor degree in Architecture, from September 2013 until September 2018 GPA: Excellent 88.6/100

Al-Redwan Schools; Amman, Jordan

General Secondary Certificate (scientific stream) from August 2007 until August 2013 Average: Excellent 96.4/100

local internship at the Centre for the Study of the Built Environment January through February, 2016


QUALIFICATIONS LANGUAGES

PERSONAL TRAITS

Arabic

mother language

hardworking

English

fluent (C2) 95% very good (B1) 85%

willing to learn

German

COMPUTER PROGRAMMES

VOLUNTARY WORK

Autodesk AutoCAD

excellent

Adobe Photoshop

excellent

Adobe Illustrator

excellent very good

Autodesk REVIT - Architecture MS Office

ability to handle pressure and deadlines

very good

Adobe InDesign

very good

Google Sketchup Autodesk 3Ds MAX

very good good

Rhinoceros

good

refurbishment and redesign of the UN Women Oasis in Zaatari refugee camp, Al-Mafraq, 2016


MOSQUE year|2nd year, 2014 location|airport road, Amman aim of the project|design a mosque for a nearby residential area with an extra facility

concept|recreating the old islamic mosque: a mosque with a market. The form is generated by the direction of the qibla. The market unit is used as a unifying module for all facilities

materials used|fair-faced concrete, glass, wood site plan

frames create a path and link between facilities glass opening framing the “Mihrab� to highlihgt its importance

big glass openings for light .and ventilation light depicts the transparency and purity of Islam

prayer hall a segmented square, reflecting the flexibility of Islam

difference in height to create clerestory


prayer hall - men ablution and WC prayer hall - women Imam’s residence market

ground floor plan

section AA

section BB

top floor plan

section CC


north-east elevation

south-west elevation

south-east elevation

north-west elevation

interior elevation - Qibla


CULTURAL CENTRE year|2nd year, 2015 location|downtown Amman aim of the project|design a multi- functional cultural centre at the beginning of the Ammani cultural strip, that includes a theatre, exhibition spaces, theatres, cine-

mas and a market

concept|using the wall as a form generator. The usually segregating element acts as a cohesive element that brings people together

commercial

materials used|concrete, glass, steel, gypsum boards

cultural

3D shot

the market has moving panels, which can be arranged to create the market, an exhibition space, or an interactive maze

illuminated perforated steel solid gypsum transluscent panels board panels panels


ground floor plan

underground cinemas


longitudinal elevation

longitudinal section

transverse elevation

transverse section


BLACK SWAN-THEMED PAVILION year|2nd year, 2015 location|mobile, relocatable aim of the project|design a portable and temporary pavilion reflecting the idea of a movie

concept|the form opens up to portray the development and liberation of the

roof plan

main character in the movie, and the colour scheme transcends from pure white to dark and dominant black

materials used|black, white, grey, and reflective gypsum boards

plan rotatable panels create an interactive changing facade

concept development

rotatable, two-faced panels: black and reflective

elevation A

elevation B


EARTHQUAKE AND CLIMATE CHANGE AWARENESS CENTRE year|3rd year, 2015 location|Jerash aim of the project|design an educational centre to raise awareness about earthquakes and climate change

concept|raising awareness about climate change and earthquakes by understanding the geology and layers of earth

materials used|steel, aluminium, glass, existing stone

the centre is divided into 3 levels, each representing a layer of the earth: core, mantel, and atmosphere form transcends from solid mass (core) through a semi-solid stage (mantel) and then to the clear le vel (atmosphere


ATMOSPHERE: climate change; the void +6.34

MANTEL: earthquake awareness; semi-solid +2.97

CORE: earthquake awareness; solid 0.00


front elevation

transverse section

transverse elevation


longitudinal section

longitudinal elevation


MIXED-USE HIGHRISE BUILIDNG year|3rd year, 2016 location|Airport road, Amman aim of the project|design a mixed-use cultural centre at the entrance of Amman

concept|bringng the outdoor into the working space by rotating the floors to

create terraces, which also minimise the building’s footprint and gve back to the land, while at the same time decrease the visual weight of the building

materials used|steel, glass, concrete

site plan

entrance

hypermarket

r e t a i l

retail

entrance


TEMPORARY RESIDENCE year|3rd year, 2015 location|downtown Amman aim of the project|design a seasonal temporary residence for a character of choce on the rooftop of old markets, as an urban infill exercise

concept|recreating the isolated, quiet wooden cabin in the middle of a concrete jungle

(materials

used|wood, steel, glass, aluminum (outdoor library shelves

library level plan

elevations open up gradually: closed, semi-open, completely glazed facade

extended bookshelf as a wall that connects the library with the residence

glass facade facing the city semi-open facade of bookshelves structural system: steel I-beams

cabin level plan


longitudinal elevation

longitudinal street elevation

transverse section

longitudinal street section


VOLUNTARY WORK


ZAATARI REFUGEE CAMP REFURBISHMENT year|3rd year, 2016 location|UN Women Oasis, Zaatari refugee camp, Al-Mafraq aim of the project|The project included making landscape for the site, rede-

sign the trash cans, as well as paint the caravans The project lasted 6 months, and implementation was done by us, the participants and designers, with the help of the children in camp

description|a collaboration between UN Women and the German Jordanian Uni-

versity with the supervision of Dr. Rami Daher to refurbish the UN Women Oases in Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan

proposed caravan designs

implemented caravan designs

implementation team at Zaatari camp


PERSONAL SKETCHES


THANK YOU ZAINAB ISHAQAT | 2016

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