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  2. 2. SPACELESS-SENIOR PROJECT DESIGN A CARMALL DESIGN WITHIN A SOCIAL HUB TABLE OF CONTENTSPROJECTS 01 FUTURISTIC CITY- POST APOCALYPTIC FUTURE MANIFESTAION THROUGH IMAGINATION COMPREHENSIVE STUDIO DESIGN OF HOUSING UNITS FOR LOW-INCOME FAMILIES WORK / LIVE A DESIGN INCORPORATING LIVING & WORKING ASPECTS 02 03 04 05 06 COMMISSIONED WORK WINNING PROPOSALS FOR REAL ESTATE IN DUBAI DIGITAL FABRICATION EXPLORATIONS IN ARCHITECTURE DIGITALYA Halla-Barcelona-2014 pg 4-5 pg 7-9 pg 11-14 pg 16-17 pg 19-21 pg 23-25 Halla Al Fahmawi +971508663200 [email protected] EDUCATION Bachelor of Architecture: Fall of 2010 to Spring 2015 American University of Sharjah WORK EXPERIENCE Internship Arabtec L.L.C - Summer 2013 Petra for Architectural Engineering and Consultation- summer 2014 PARTICIPATION Projects designed Majlis project- elevations redesign- Bur Dubai American Latin pavilion- Global Village Ferry station design - AlKhor district GPA Cumalative GPA: 3.04 Deans list Fall 2010, Spring 2014 LANGUAGES Arabic English French SKILLS Rhinoceros 5.0 Vray Autocad Maya Sketchup Photoshop Illustrator Indesign Microsoft Pack Sketching Dubai-UAE
  3. 3. SPACELESS
  4. 4. officescar mall retail car mall Envelope / screen 01 SPACELESSA CARMALL DESIGN WITHIN A SOCIAL HUB Spaceless is a design aimed to solve the problem of the no parking available* issue in the busy area of Abu Shagara by creating a carmall on site that allows for the buy/sell industry of cars to function better, as well as creating a breathe in the area through the opportunity of designing green spaces and plazas for the low income people living and working on site. This is done through designing various funnel-like forms that encompass different activities at different levels for the public. Area: 300 X 60m Height limit: 25m Program: 60% carmall 15%offices 15% public spaces/greenery 10% retail BRIEF DEVELOPMENT OF FORM PARTI CHANGES IN FUNNEL SIZES ADDITION OF SLABS FUNNEL STRUCTURES ADDITION OF SLOPING ROOF ENVELOPE/SKIN 4 5
  5. 5. FUTURISTIC . CITY
  6. 6. 02 FUTURISTIC CITYFUTURE MANIFESTAION THROUGH IMAGINATION In reponse to project objectives, design aimed to visualize self sufficient settlements in the future dealing with the given site. Scenario starts by capture of energy from the sun-infinite source, energy flows to receptors on top , where processing and distribution happens, energy is then transfered to higher levels where consumption relies on demand and the energy flows through out the city through an advanced mechanism, such flow also responds to future time lapse as well. Aesthetically, the city mainly relies on a bimorphic growth and mutational changes. No scale for project Physical model: length- 1.5m width - 0.6m height- 2.2 m BRIEF 0.001 0.002 0.003 BRIOMORPHISM HUMAN INTERFACE ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY ADAPTATION TO AVAILABLE RESOURCES ACCOMODATION WITH BOTH MODIFIED AND EXTRAORDINARY ENVIRONMENTS CITY FUNCTIONAL ASPECTS AND PROCESSES GUIDE HUMAN LIFE INFINITE RESOURCE OF SOLAR ENERGY ENERGY FLOW AND TRANSFORMATION DELIVERY OF ENERGY IN USABLE FORMS PLAZAS TERMINAL POINTS CONNECTION FROM CENTRE TO TERMINALS SECURITY AND OFFICE CENTRALS GROWTH HAPPENS AT DIFFERENT TIMINGS NEW SYSTEMS GROW IN RESPONSE TO ADAPTATION CORAL REEF NATURAL GROWTH DECENTRALIZED EXPLOITATION OF AREA NEW GROWS OVER PRE-EXISTING REVELATION OF CHANGES IN TIME CYBORG SITE INTENSE SUNLIGHT EXPOSURE POSSIBLE ERROSION MIDDLE VOID DETERMINES SHAPE 0.004 FUNCTION ENERGY RECEPTION LIGHT AND THERMAL CONTROL CORE ENERGY FLOW DECENTRALIZATION OF PROCESSES CONNECTION FROM-TO CITY PARTS SUBSYSTEM THERMAL STORAGE STEAM PROCESSINGDISTRIBUTION IN RESPONSE TO DEMAND GENERATION OF USABLE FORMS REFLECTION ABSORPTION INTERCONNECTION OF DECENTRALIZED SYSTEMS 7 8
  7. 7. AXONOMETRICSECTION AA SECTION AA UNDERGROUND DETAIL 9 HOUSING UNITS
  8. 8. 03 COMPREHENSIVE STUDIODESIGN OF HOUSING UNITS FOR LOW INCOME FAMILIES The project proposes five housing units for low income families located in a busy area in central Sharjah-UAE. Program: Property-zoning R2 3m setback height: 10.9m max BRIEF GROUND FLOOR FIRST FLOOR SECOND FLOOR ROOF TOP SITE PLAN SITE ANALYSIS 11 12
  9. 9. SECTIONS ELEVATIONS AXONOMETRIC WALL SECTION DETAIL Circulation Electrical Plumbing HVAC 13 14
  10. 10. LIVE/WORK
  11. 11. 04 LIVE/WORKA DESIGN ENHANCING LIVING AND WORKING TOGETHER BRIEF The aim of this project was to design a hearth in a spaceous desert that would act as temporary shelter for passerbys or those in need of help. There was no specific program except that the design is to be one storey high and 20m in length max , also for a need of 2 permeable entires. This was a two-phased project, this was the first phase through formal tectonic explorations, the second phase was to design a studio for an artist where he/she could live and work at the same time. BRIEF This is the second phase of the project, where the formal aspects of phase one have to be reflected upon for further detailing, only through incorporating program after developing form, hence program fits form. PHYSICAL MODEL SCREEN DETAIL MODELGROUND FLOOR EXPLODED AXONOMETRIC 16 17
  12. 12. COMMISSIONED WORK
  13. 13. 05 COMMISSIONED WORK-WINNING PROPOSALS FOR REAL ESTATE IN DUBAI BRIEF A competition in Dubai was held to find a fair proposal for a ferry station that would portray both the vernacular aspects of Dubai and the modernised boom of era of Dubai today, the ferry station was to be replicated many times through out UAE just like the metrostations. This ferry station in particular was situated in Dubai downtown overlooking the sea where across one could see the oldest heritage area in Dubai-Alkhor Program: to be an iconic design to have a tower included max 10m of height ALKHOR 19 20
  14. 14. 05 COMMISSIONED WORK-WINNING PROPOSALS FOR REAL ESTATE IN DUBAI PAVILION BRIEF This project is situated in the Global village in Dubai which is a dynamic cultural hub on its own , the project itself though aims to reflect the Latin American culture in UAE with its wooden curvature that opens up in a welcoming gesture to visitors. Program: theatre allocation open space permeability 21 DIGITALYA
  15. 15. 06 DIGITAL FABRICATIONEXPLORATIONS IN ARCHITECTURE DIGITALYA BRIEF The objectives of this project were to start with a simple geomtry that would evolute into complexity after several studies, hence creating a unit , which then would be used in a manner of replication to create a fashionistic wrap that crawls over the human body. BRIEF Using new technologies and the knowledge of programs such as grasshopper , a team of 12 people was able to use the robotic arm to create a configurated formula on grasshopper that would creat a real time assembling procedure of a brickwall. Program: height: 1.2m incorporating 3 colours into brickwall 23 24
  16. 16. https://youtu.be/g3HEVDOI-uI Please watch process here 25