3D MODELS ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN

Women’s craft center

Project Location: Jabal Amman | Amman | Jordan
Area: 2786.80 sqm
Building Type: Civic | Women’s craft center
Materials: Concrete, steel, and glass.
Design Type: Hypothetical Project | University 2010 | Proposal

What if contradiction was a way of expressing what a place really needs rather than assuming it to be an attack or disrespect? What if we empowered the individuality and actually accept it and embrace it? make it a part of us…
so contradiction can be a way of life sometimes …it teaches us to look at things more deeply and always create thinking alternatives to see a better world where open minds gather together in looking at the world in new perspectives this three floors women’s center aims at helping the local women in Jabal-Amman,
Amman, Jordan to help them as an opportunity to encourage local talents and create A powerful platform for women to create a business in an urban setting.

FUTUWAWA 2016 | Look at the sqaure

Floating Squares, Parade square.

Location : Warsaw, Poland
Competition : FUTUWAWA 2016 | Look at the sqaure

Floating Squares:

Due to the significance of the Palace of Culture and Science, The main concept design was based on the idea of what would appear to be like a floating structure, leaving the palace visible clearly from the eye level of visitors.
Using horizontal elements/planes with materials like Glass, white painted Steel Rods and Mirrors, the structure is meant to be light and playful; leaving the Site (Parade Square) appearing airy and light.

A heavy structure was avoided and horizontal planes were created in able to have a freedom and interesting movement around the square.

The square grid density is affected by the attraction areas in which the activities will be divided around the site, therefor the lesser the activity / functional (such as Libraries, coffee shops, shops…etc) the less we have a structure rising above the ground level.

Main Elements:
Glass
Steel rods ( in White)
Mirrors/ highly reflective materials

Main Structure geometry:
Horizontal Squares