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ZEINEB SELLAMI p o r t f o l i o


PERSONAL PROJECTS INHABITED WALL Sports Center

CONTINUITY Housing

WIRED TRANSPORTATION The station|A Catalyst for development

BETHLEHEM WORKSHOP | THE MARKETPLACE Palestinian Habitat

ISTANBUL GARDENS | 333 CEMETERIES, 20 HETEROTOPIAS Public Spaces

MEDINA TO MEDITERRANEAN | Revitalising the port of Sfax City and sea

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCES CASA OL Private Residence Intern | MUTUO

BALLOUNEH II Housing development Junior Architect| ACOUPEL Archtectures

HOTEL ASTOR Complete hotel renovation Junior Architect | Atelier COS

CHRISTOFLE FACTORY Renovating a heritage site Junior Architect| Atelier COS


personal projects I came into architecture because I truly believe that shaping the space we inhabit daily can help shape the lives within it. The following are examples of my work, over the course of my studies at the ENSA-V.


THE INHABITED WALL Sports Center collaborator(s) | Marie de Miscault supervisor(s) | S. Rinkel, R. Rouyer

While taking into account the complexities of creating a sports center, this project presents itself as a contemplation of architectural space. Its conception stems from developing a certain methodology. From a formal standpoint, the exercise consists in dissociating section from plan by deliberately creating a noncorrespondance between the roof, the walls and the floor. Furthermore, the project strives to integrate itself within the urban context. It’s about transforming the existing site by making it an interface between Paris and its suburbs, offering a dynamic sports center to the neighborhood.


Site Plan - the project as seen from above, an interface between Paris and the Boulevard PĂŠriphĂŠrique


SKATE RAMP

SPORTS HALL

SKATE RAMP

SERPOLLET STREET

Seen from the street, the building disappears in its urban context. The roof merges with the higher floor underneath the vegetation. As for the interior geometry, it offers unique viewpoints from within.


CULTURAL WING

CAFETERIA

TENNIS COURT

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2 Activites rooms 3 Cafeteria 4 Conference room 5 Locker rooms 6 Lower street level

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7 Sports plaza 8 Impact of the roof on the ground

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9 Main entrance


CONTINUITY Housing supervisor(s) | P.E. Loiret

The understanding of inhabitants and their practices is directly solicited in their capacity to create the city. The following exercise takes on an urban dimension as well as an architectural one. The site, a previous industrial zone, is located in a vast terrain that stems from the Canal Saint Denis to the Avenue du President Roosevelt, a major artery of Aubervilliers. Furthermore, the search for new way of living and interacting is meant to awaken a sense of community. Located along a “green corridor,� the building sets itself into context with a verdoyant facade along the street and a mineral facade inside the parcel. The idea of contextual and visual continuity is fundamental to the project. This notion of continuity can be found from the street, through the main hall and into the garden. Access and views are unobstructed toward the heart of the parcel, a space for gathering. Inside the apartments, the space is fluid.This notion of continuity can be found from the street, through the main hall and into the garden. Access and views are unobstructed toward the heart of the parcel, a space for gathering. Inside the apartments, the space is fluid. Each unit benefits from a double orientation, reinforcing the link between street and garden.


The living room offers visual continuity through the balcony and into the city.


A The distributions as seen from the main hall.

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Groundfloor plan : Meant to be a collective space, shared by all tenants, it is complete with a gym, cafe/lounge and mail area.


B The entrance, a “white bloc�, containing the kitchen and bathrooms, seperates the living and sleeping areas.

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Plan of a section of the building

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WIRED TRANSPORTATION The station |A Catalyst for Development collaborator(s) | M. De Miscault, C. Maillard supervisor(s) | J.C. Masson and E. Combarel

The Orsay Plane is the site of an innovative urban plan built around a new hub for science and technology. The current momentum has led city planners to rethink transportation on this particular site where the stations themselves could become motors for development. The urban cable-car presents itself as an ideal transportation method in many ways. It is advantageous from an economic standpoint, it has a moderate impact on the terrain, and it incites the traveler to see the city and landscape in a new light. 1 The GUICHET is a contact zone. With the installation of the cable-car it will become a medium sized hub. 2 Toward the forest area, the “BATYLON� is the result of a combination between a building and a pylon. 3 Finally, the MOULON is home to the new universities and research labs. The project grows around a particular hub: the terminus of the cable line. The implementation of a diverse program strives to stimulate the neighbourhood. The many means of transportation colliding in this hub keep it well linked to the rest of Orsay all the while protecting the interiority of the station. The Moulon Station becomes a fully independent entity, a city within the city.


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Global Site Plan


Transport, housing, services, shops, and offices are intertwined.


| THE MOULON - CITY-HUB |

The “city-hub” is self-sufficient and constantly active


BETHLEHEM WORKSHOP | THE MARKETPLACE Palestinian Habitat collaborator(s) | A. Balauca supervisor(s) | L. Vilan and Y. Roujon

WORKSHOP | The workshops focus is on the historic city of Bethlehem. Centered around the Nativity Church, the city has developed unique urban structures and particular forms of habitat. The study is meant to reveal the diverse characteristics of these fabrics. The on-site approach and the project, are meant to question the role of building heritage in the development of a contemporary city. Starting from the larger scale allows us to analyse the topography and the rood systems. Zooming in, roaming the streets, reveals the homes and their inhabitants. These elements offer an in-depth knowledge of the city and its citizens. They allow us to present a precise project, directed at bringing a valuable addition to the neighbourhood. THE CITY | The analysis focuses on three themes : road systemsparticularly El Najajreh street and the stairways that stem from it building typologies, and the survey of certain private and public buildings. PROJECT | The project is the existing marketplace,an important part of daily life. However, it is now encumbered and poorly linked to the rest of the city. By rethinking the access routes, creating space, and working with the existing stands, we strive to breath new life into it. At the same time, by incorporating new modular elements into the souk, we create harmony between the old and the new.


Visiting the historic city.


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Survey of an old monastery, now a family residence.


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Analytical plan of the road systems PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

Main roads and plazas Blind alleys Courtyards Green space 1

El Najareh Street

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Stairways, main roads

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Marketplace

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Nativity Church

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

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Example of a survey, section/facades of a stairway


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Plan of the new marketplace | Connecting heritage with the contemporary

Facade of El Najajreh Street| Reviving the street


PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

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An alley in the souk

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

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View from the existing covered market

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The cafe, animating the street

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A promontory, linking souk and street

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT


ISTANBUL GARDENS | 333 CEMETERIES, 20 HETEROTOPIAS Public Space collaborator(s) | C. Rupin and P. Dupont Lhotelain supervisor(s) | D. Klouche, C. Libert and F. Hertweck

At the rate it is changing and developing, understanding the complex dynamics of a city like Istanbul today is a true challenge. There are 333 cemeteries in Istanbul. Flaubert and Nerval described them as parks, gardens, and places of gathering. These testimonies, as well as the number of cemeteries in Istanbul, immediately awakened our interests. Representing 35% of green space in the city, Istanbul’s cemeteries are exceptional places located well within the urban fabric. Perceptible thanks to the cypress trees that surpass the walls, these spaces posses qualities that we consider essential to the development of a future metropolis such as Istanbul. While studying the different aspects of cemeteries in Istanbul, came the idea to replace these qualities within the existing urban fabric of the city. With cemeteries and ottoman gardens as an inspiration, we aspired to create unique spaces in Istanbul where one can escape the chaos and enjoy these small pieces of paradise. Protected by a thick wall, the gardens act as heterotopias. One not only passes through a physical barrier but also through a metaphorical one. With the city continuing it’s exponential growth, and the ratio of green areas to population already negligible, it seems vital to acknowledge the importance of the existing green spaces such as cemeteries. It also seems significant to recreate these insularities, even in the most trivial of sites, that allow the city to press pause and take a breath.


20 HETEROTOPIAS | 20 MINIATURES


MEDINA TO MEDITERRANEAN| Revitalising the port of Sfax City and Sea Degree project supervisor(s) | L. Vilan

There was a time when the city of Sfax was strongly connected with the sea. Today however, there is a papable disconnect. The Bab Bhar quater, literally “ the sea door,” is full of potential. With the adjacent industrial and commercial harbor, it is a site ready to accept new functions. This site is where the project, meant to regenerate Bab Bhar, takes form. The goal is to bring Sfax and the sea closer, by giving a new life to this historic quarter. After closely analysing the urban fabric, one cannot deny the qualities that emanate from this place. The objective is to reveal and accentuate these qualities. The project is about restructuring, rehabilitating, and revitalising in order to create public spaces. It is meant to act as a bind between city and sea. I defined certain guidelines : 1| ACCESS. Access to the site is established by restructuring the two roads that lead to the North dock. 2| PARALLEL STRIPS. The entire dock is divided into 5 meter wide strips. These strips are meant to receive diverse programs. 3| SMALL SCALE. The division into parallel strips is accompanied by the implantation of a water and electric network. Different programs are then implemented along these networks at a small and moderate scale. 4| BIG SCALE. On a larger scale, the existing buildings of value are renovated and reintegrated. 5| BOTANICAL ELEMENTS. Trees and other “green” elements are dispersed along the strips or more randomly creating larger green areas. It is important to note that this program is meant to evolve during the projects existence. The idea is to set the basics and let the project grow with time.


Site plan of Bab Bhar


Medina

Historic quarter

Chott El Kreknah

Ferries to Kerkennah


Projet Taparura

Industrial harbor

Analytical plan and project intentions

Commercial harbor

Medina

Surveyed buildings Main roads: Hedi Chaker street, Bourgiba avenue, Ali Bach Hamba street, Habib Achour street, Mongi Bali street. Secondary roads: Mohamed Hedi Kaficha avenue, Habib Thameur street, Tahar Sfar street, Mohsen Kallel street Railway : separation between city and sea Existing passage over railway Maritime route Rising bridge Public buildings Attractive points Buildings on the Mougeot dock, to reuse Remove the gap, reinvent the Mougeot dock


|Transversal Section - From Bab-bhar to the sea|

| Plan - Zoom of one area of the project| SPORTS COURTS = leisure

MAIN Boulevard

BRIDGE > suprass the obstacle

RAILWAY = obstacle

SIDE STREET > decongest


PLATEFORM = practical

MAINTENANCE DOCK = technical

EXISTING BUILDING = reinvent

LOCKERS = rehabilitated container


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCES I have had the opportunity of working in different types of structures. Each of these experiences have brought me new knowledge and have allowed me to tackle different aspects of my profession. Here are a few examples of projects I have worked on and that have stuck out to me.


CASA OL FAMILY RESIDENCE Internship | MUTUO

Location : Cordoba, Mexico Program : Private residence Surface : 500 m2 Client : Private client About Casa OL | A path weaves it’s way up from the river, along the hillside, splitting the house in two volumes. On one side the public spaces and on the other the private spaces. Then using a triangulated roof, spaces are expanded or compressed based on function and exterior views. The slopped site and the complexity of the roof, make this project a true technical and architectural challenge. Working at MUTUO | When I arrived at MUTUO, this project was already at an advanced stage. The goal was to complete the final details of the design and technical drawings in order to obtain a building permit. I was able to complete the necessary drawings for the permit : general plans, details, sections, facades, technical details, etc‌ I also participated in the design process by drafting propositions for interior and exterior lighting. Finally, I worked with Rhino software, to develop a detailed 3D model. This facilitated our exchanges with the structural engineer especially concerning the roof.


Technical drawings

Section showing the different volumes


BALLOUNEH II Housing development Junior Architect| ACOUPEL Archtectures

Location : Beirut, Lebanon Program : Entrance for a housing development Client : Société de promotion immobilière libanaise Collaboration : Francis Landscapes Ltd. About Ballouneh II | The site is located in the mountains, a few kilometres from Beirut. Ballouneh II is a project that touches architecture, landscape and public space. We had to define parcel limitations, trace roads, and design the access points to the site that is several hundred hectares large. The landscape work is very meticulous. Nothing is left to chance from the width of the access roads to the types of plants sown. Working at ACoupel Architecture | The design of the entrance to the complex took place in several steps. First, I prepared a thorough study of the topography with the help of a 3D model of the site. Next, I drew up a global plan of the development at a larger scale, in order to better understand the access points from the main roads. The idea is to transport the visitor into a sort of retreat, while using the entrance to create a promontory, with a beautiful view of the ocean.

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Jardin (rochers, arbres, fleurs...)

Plan of the entrance to the complex.

Stationnement Visiteur

Autoroute vers Faraya

Section showing the entrance, the guards quarters, and the observatory.

Rond-Point


HOTEL ASTOR Hotel renovation Junior Architect| Atelier COS

Location : Paris, France Program : 125 rooms, restaurant, lobby, bar, salons, fitness, kitchens, technical rooms, service areas Surface : 5 546 m² Client : Maranatha Collaboration : Studio Marc Hertrich & Nicolas Adnet About Hotel Astor | Built in 1907 for Lord Astor in the Art Nouveau style, the hotel has since known diverse modifications that have led to its current condition. The project is meant to return the Hotel Astor to its original glory. The renovation will affect the main facade, the 128 rooms, the common areas, and the service areas. Working at Atelier COS | I worked with two other people on the Hotel Astor : the project director and another junior architect. I was able to follow the evolution of this particular project from the schematic design to the construction bidding and the beginning of construction. I worked on demolition plans, room designs, designs and functions of service areas, as well as technical details, making this an experience of the project from all aspects. I was also able to participate in the more administrative aspects, by preparing the fire safety and regulation folder, the building permit, and the detailed designs of the service areas.


Main facade - Hotel Astor


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EXTRAIT PLAN SS1 - VESTIAIRES FEMME

Carrelage OFFICES / LINGERIE JETTE-LINGES

LEGENDE TYPES REVETEMENTS SOL (S)

LEGENDE GRAPHIQUE

LEGENDE TYPE DE LOCAUX

CAGE ESCALIER

Moquette

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MD1 - Plaque acier inox (hauteur 1.20m)

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AGENCEMENT (AG) ET MOBILIER (FFE)

Agencement : ag + n° meuble / n° de la zone 1.29

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CHRISTOFLE FACTORY Renovating a heritage site Junior Architect | Atelier COS

Location : Seine Saint-Denis, France Program : Shops, Appartments, Workshops, Hotels Surface : 40 000 m2 Client : Private About Christofle Factory | This project is a preliminary study for a heritage site consisting of a historical and urban analysis, a program development, and a conceptual design for renovation. Working at Atelier COS | For three weeks, two of us under the supervision of a project director, worked on surveying the site, completing archive documents, and completing important plans, sections and facades. A surface study was also completed in order to better understand the sites potential. The goal was to prepare a solid concept for a potential project to our client.

Luminous Patio

Patio lumineux

Adaptable work space

Espace de travail adaptable

Luminous Patio

Patio lumineux


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Thermal shellthermique Envelloppe performante

Natural light Apport de lumière maximisé

Natural ventilation Ventillation naturelle

Buffer area created Exterior blinds and Espace tampon Gestion des calories bycréé covered large window surfaces, par la“street” rue par apprt solaire, calorie control couverte grandes surfaces vitrées et stores extérieurs

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FLUIDITE DES ESPACES

Section showing the natural thermal regulation of the renovated complex.

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