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American College in Dubai structure graduates sort out social points within the UAE

Fifteen structure graduates from the American College in Dubai (AUD) current work addressing the residing and dealing situations of native labour staff and different urgent social issues on this Digital Design Competition college present.

The tasks symbolize the ultimate consequence of the Architectural Design Studio X a part of the BArch course on the AUD’s Faculty of Structure, Artwork and Design (SAAD).

A jury of worldwide consultants, in addition to the broader AUD group, voted on the scholars’ work, handing out awards in a collection of classes together with sustainable and modern design.


Bachelor of Structure, American College in Dubai

College: American College in Dubai
Course: BArch (ARCH502)
Studio: Architectural Design Studio X
Tutors: Anna Cornaro, Abdellatif Qamhaieh and Takeshi Maruyama

Course assertion:

“This can be a remaining capstone course by which college students implement their thesis analysis by creating a undertaking that comes with all of the ideas of design, demonstrating a complete understanding of architectural design and proof {of professional} functionality.

“The ultimate outcomes of the course are exhibited in a senior showcase, the place a jury of consultants is invited to vote. The 2020 Structure Senior Showcase happened on-line between Could 1 and Could 3.

“A jury of 50 worldwide consultants, coming from the trade, academia and press, voted on the tasks, declaring a primary, second and third place in addition to honourable mentions and design awards.

“One other collection of awards concerned the native and world group, together with professors, alumni, school members and college students, who voted straight on social media.”


Projects from AUD architecture grads tackle social issues in the UAE

First place: Cohesion Labor Group Hub by Maya Roufail

“The undertaking targets the alienation of the labour group from town and the fashionable cosmopolitan society of Dubai. It’s designed for a website centred between a few of Dubai’s earliest industrial districts – the Al Qouz industrial areas one to 4.

“The undertaking proposes reconnecting the 4 plots divided by the highway intersection to create a floating body that fosters integration, communal coherence and empowerment among the many labour staff.

“The design displays the character of the commercial context and the connection between the 4 plots. It aspires to enhance the wellbeing of the prevailing labour group by incorporating areas for working and co-working, self-development and free time in addition to a bigger mosque.”

Maya Roufail
E mail:
maya.roufail@mymail.aud.edu
Undertaking web site: behance.internet/gallery/cohesion


Projects from AUD architecture grads tackle social issues in the UAE

Second place: Coalescence by Nour Rouhana

“The undertaking is comprised of a number of lots inserted into the Dhayah mountain. These are designed to deal with totally different heritage actions equivalent to pearl diving, chicken watching and mountaineering to rejuvenate the previous and floor it again to our current and future.

“The lots mix seamlessly into the topography whereas including a component of linearity to the mountain’s geometry. A facade therapy of louvres and Corten metal is utilized to offer the phantasm of lightness and camouflage the facade.

“As guests journey upwards, the views proceed to vary from one panorama to a different. Ultimately, the journey leads the guests to the highest, the place the forts stand tall overlooking town.”

Nour Rouhana
E mail: nour.rouhana@mymail.aud.edu
Undertaking web site: behance.internet/gallery/coalescence


Projects from AUD architecture grads tackle social issues in the UAE

Third place: The Areas In Between by Munira AlMulla

“Dubai’s fragmented city panorama has interrupted the connection between the constructed surroundings and the human soul.

“The rise of suburbanization has led to the abandonment of human-scale structure and residents are in want of communal areas. The dearth of proximity between residential zones and public areas has led to detachment, isolation and lack of walkability.

“As a response to these city and social issues, this undertaking goals to revitalize Dubai’s neighbourhoods through the use of alleyways and different in-between areas to create group hubs.”

Munira AlMulla
E mail:
munira.almulla@mymail.aud.edu
Undertaking web site:
behance.internet/gallery/spaces-in-between


Projects from AUD architecture grads tackle social issues in the UAE

Honourable point out: Resonance by Chaza Myriam Sandouk

“Because the youngest little one in my household, I developed a ardour as a pianist to stem my loneliness. I imagine that sound has an impact on people on a religious and bodily degree. Therefore, I made a decision to create an academic music institute.

“This undertaking consists of 4 buildings divided into 4 features – music, dance, artwork and customary house – on prime of a number of outside meditating areas. Its form was formulated primarily based on sounds recorded in Dubai, from increased to decrease frequencies.

“The roof consists of openings impressed by the sample of the desert flower hymenocallis, which create a sample of lights and shadows all through the inside. The journey inside is meant to make folks really feel and see the sound moderately than hear it.”

Chaza Myriam Sandouk
E mail:
chaza.sandouk@mymail.aud.edu
Undertaking web site:
behance.internet/gallery/resonance


Projects from AUD architecture grads tackle social issues in the UAE

Honourable point out: Flare by Abdelazim Abdelmoaty

“Dubai is a outstanding and notable metropolis that has nice cultural values and uncooked sources. By way of elevated globalization, Dubai has remodeled itself from being a fishing village to a contemporary metropolis.

“This has triggered Dubai to lose its cultural id. Regardless of being a world metropolis with an enormous economic system, Dubai can also be extra dependant on the import market of the fishing trade than the export market to fulfil its necessities, which might trigger an financial deficit.

“As a response to this dilemma I designed a fishing cultural centre, which might incorporate fish farming, leisure and exhibitions. The goal is to resolve the social, environmental and economical issues of Dubai in relation to the fishing trade.”

Abdelazim Abdelmoaty
E mail: 
abdelazim.abdelmoaty@mymail.aud.edu
Undertaking web site: behance.internet/gallery/flare


Projects from AUD architecture grads tackle social issues in the UAE

Progressive Design Award: The Nexus by Pouyan Mohammadi

“Nexus is a imaginative and prescient of humanity’s life-style sooner or later. It emphasizes the combination of latest applied sciences and explores how our transport system and houses might and may look.

“It not solely improves the walkability of town but additionally encourages folks to make use of fewer vehicles. The undertaking takes the evolution of residing one step additional and makes it extra appropriate to work together with the economic system and time.

“Nexus was designed from the underside as much as goal the fundamental wants of human beings and enhance their day by day lives. And it began as a undertaking for each metropolis.”

Pouyan Mohammadi
E mail:
pouyan.mohammadi@mymail.aud.edu
Undertaking web site: behance.internet/gallery/nexus


Sustainable Design Award: Botanica by Mohamed ElKasery

“Botanica is a sustainable agriculture centre, which teaches folks methods to develop their very own meals. It’s an modern design proposal that fuses city farming with training.

“The agricultural sector within the UAE is present process fast adjustments. With a purpose to use minimal water, trendy irrigation programs and hydroponics are being more and more employed. Farmers are lowering in numbers, resulting in an absence of natural meals.

“The idea design is impressed by components of nature and turns the UAE’s attribute sand dunes into inexperienced house. The undertaking may have a social, financial and environmental impression on the UAE by offering the nation with a sustainable farming answer.”

Mohamed ElKasery
E mail:
mohamed.elkasry@mymail.aud.edu
Undertaking web site:
behance.internet/gallery/botanica


Cultural Design Award: Marsa Alsahil by Obaid Salim AlSuwaidi

“Between the 1960s and 1970s, structure within the UAE was reflective of bedouin, Islamic and Arabic tradition and traditions. However with the onset of globalization, Dubai was remodeled into an city, westernized metropolis.

“This undertaking is positioned on the Dubai Creek, which was as soon as house to many neighbourhoods. It proposes a brand new sort of housing group, which integrates the previous Emirati neighbourhood fashion with components of conventional typology and structure.

“Emirati structure, which locations significance on the surroundings, climate and socialising, is slowly fading. This construction foregrounds these components and brings again the essence and the sensation of being in an previous Emirati neighbourhood.”

Obaid Salim AlSuwaidi
E mail:
obaid.alsuwaidi@mymail.aud.edu
Undertaking web site: behance.internet/gallery/marsa-alsahil


Group Design Award: Plug-in(s) by Nourelein Mohamed Amin

“Residing in a shared dwelling is widespread amongst low-income staff world wide. It permits them to share services like kitchens, bogs and residing rooms for a minimal value. However typically, these set-ups are labeled as a kind of casual housing.

“The goal of this undertaking is to counsel an answer to this casual housing drawback by way of a brand new housing typology. This combines the ideas of modularity and co-living within the hopes of making a versatile co-living group that contributes to its neighbourhood.

“The typology depends on three principal design ideas – modularity, flexibility and temporariness.”

Nourelein Mohamed Amin
E mail:
noureleinashraf.amin@mymail.aud.edu
Undertaking web site:
behance.internet/noureleina4c78


School & Alumni Award: XYZ Join by Christine Guirguis

“Connectivity is the first solution to reverse the social isolation skilled day by day by the aged. Nursing properties and retirement homes are sometimes medical and uninteresting areas the place the ageing inhabitants is shipped to wither away.

“The aim of this undertaking is to create a brand new typology for buildings, which improves the standard of lifetime of the aged whereas confronting the social taboo of conventional aged properties.

“The undertaking combines the typologies of assisted residing, grownup daycare and intergenerational areas. It’s positioned centrally, close to instructional zones and creates a hub of actions for various ages whereas establishing the power as a spot to volunteer and go to.”

Christine Guirguis
E mail:
christine.rizkguirguis@mymail.aud.edu
Undertaking web site:
behance.internet/gallery/xyz-connect


Professor Award, Dr. Anna Cornaro: Re-cultivate by Nada Yousif Husien

“The heritage and id of the UAE lie inside its historic roots in agriculture. However current architectural developments have seen the roots harvested with out re-cultivation. The shift in direction of sustainable agriculture can enrich and convey again this heritage to the group.

“Giving the city group the chance to reap and domesticate its personal meals will enrich their bond with town. This connection is enhanced by way of programmes and actions that contain day by day, bodily farming practices equivalent to cultivating vertical farms, gardens and personal orchards for the residence.

“Connectivity is crucial, offering public areas for cultivating interactions and resulting in a extra various and profitable agricultural group within the present neighbourhood of Al Karama.”

Nada Yousif Husien
E mail:
nada.husien@mymail.aud.edu
Undertaking web site:
behance.internet/gallery/re-cultivate


Professor Award, Dr. Abdellatif Qamhaieh: Rooted by Aisha Ibrahim

“My proposal is to design a mangrove conservation, analysis and guests centre. The goal of the undertaking is to lift consciousness of the essential advantages of mangroves, to guard the species that stay inside it and to analysis modern options to assist them repopulate.

“The constructing’s kind is dictated by the necessity to defend the positioning from noise air pollution whereas retaining the integrity of the positioning by way of using easy geometry.”

Aisha Ibrahim
E mail:
aisha.ibrahim@mymail.aud.edu
Undertaking web site: behance.internet/gallery/rooted


Professor Award, Dr. Takeshi Maruyama: Cloning by Hassan Bacha 

“From the river within the sky above the Amazon to mud, diatom algae and the ice glaciers – these are the secrets and techniques to our oxygen provide. The desert we started in is the very one which ended up within the Amazon, exhibiting how the whole lot is linked and comes full circle.

“The primary goal of the undertaking is to design a replicated environment house that could be a clone of the outer-space environment and surroundings. This can permit us to discover and experiment with its impact on constructing construction, supplies and crops.”

Hassan Bacha
E mail deal with:
hassan.bacha@mymail.aud.edu
Undertaking web site: behance.internet/gallery/cloning


Structure College students Award: Vertere by Sandi Boutros

“The ideas of introversion and extroversion are additionally present in structure. Vertere is an expression house that provides house for introverts and extroverts to share their concepts, categorical themselves, enrich society and kind a hybrid connection amongst them.

“The idea is fashioned by finding out the traits of introverts which are easy, pure and distinctive whereas extroverts are daring, expressive, outgoing and uncovered. These traits characterize the undertaking language of strong lots with uncovered constructions.

“Adaptable areas, workshops and expression areas permit the undertaking to accommodate and adapt to totally different cultures and backgrounds.”

Sandi Boutros
E mail:
sandi.boutros@mymail.aud.edu
Undertaking web site: behance.internet/gallery/vertere


Folks’s Selection Award: Plug and Play Design by Faisal Al Abdulrazzaq

“With this undertaking, I intend to vary the best way Kuwaitis buy their first home.

“I’ve solved a number of issues that each Kuwaiti faces. Firstly, I created a approach for them to have the ability to afford a home with solely the quantity that’s handed to them with the housing mortgage from the Public Authority of Housing Welfare.

“I additionally created a home that may be expanded sooner or later if the household has extra youngsters.”

Faisal Al Abdulrazzaq
E mail: 
faisal.alabdulrazzaq@mymail.aud.edu
Undertaking web site: behance.internet/gallery/plug-play-design


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