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PORTFOLIO

JULY

2019-MAY

2023

B Y S A B A H O S S A M A


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CONTENT

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T E R R I T O R I A L P I S S I N G S

M U H I B B A H C E N T R E

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T H E G R E A T R E S E T

N O S T A L G I C R E M I N I S C E N C E O F B E I R U T

C R A F T

R E S U R G E N C E M U S E U M

E X H I B I T I O N D I S P L A Y

P A V I L I O N

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C O _ S P A C E

S T U D E N T C E N T E R

06 A D A P T A T I O N T O C O N T E X T

T E S T I N G G R O U N D

07 O T H E R S



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T E R R I T O R I A L P I S S I N G S

" M U H I B B A H C E N T R E "

" T h e y c u t d o w n o u r j u n g l e , d e s t r o y e d

o u r h o m e a n d t h e n p o i s o n e d o u r

e n v i r o n m e n t . "

Back in 2019, "Earth Emotions “ a book published by Albrecht,

introducing new words for earth emotions relating to emotions of

people in relation to earth. Bateq tribe, originated from the Negrito

ethnicity, have identified themselves as forest people, they're grateful

for everything there, and treat it with respect. They feel happy, open

and free in the forest and preferred to follow their ancestors and keep

their values and beliefs as it's what it defines their culture and

identity. In line with this, they are threatened of being relocated out of

the forest and being separated from their nature in enclosed

settlements, exposed to deforestation and mining which made them

sad, frightened, and affected their free souls.

P S Y C H O T E R R A T

I C

I N T H E S Y M B

I O C E N E


PROGRAMMATIC CONCEPT

UNITE & PRESERVE PROGRAMME

MAIN PROGRAMME

The master planning is based on nodes moving through the flow of

programs related to the Bateq community lifestyle. Programs are allocated

through a sequence of interventions that serve as a gateway to the "Unite &

Preserve theme". Users are set to explore the whole site through an

elevated canopy walkway allowing them to experience the forest by all

means freely in an experiential journey to involve in the restoration cycle &

heal both, the tribe's destructed lifestyle and land .

Classroom

Books & Tech

Research Hub

Learn

MUHIBBAH CENTER

Experience

Library Gallery Accommodation Exhibition Performance

Raw material

Workshop Cafeteria Souvenir shop

Open Kitchen

SUPPLEMENTARY

PROGRAMME

Tea talks, tales

& folklores

MAIN ASPECTS

Experience Zone

Recreational Zone

NGO & Forest Guard

Restoration Preservation Education Exposure &

Documentation

Bateq Historical

center

Camping site

Treetop

Walkway

Communal area

Buggy &

Bicycle station

Farming

Ground

Ecology Park

Meditation spot

Rituals area

Riverside

Promenade

Fishing ,

Viewing deck

Forest & Hiking

trails

Jetty & boat

service

Bamboo Park

R A I N F O R E S T

FOREST LOOKOUT

V

I E W

FOREST LOOKOUT

ELEVATED WALKWAY

ELEVATED WALKWAY

MAIN ROAD

NGO DISTRICT

R A I N F O R E S T

V

PATHWAY

I E W

INFO/ RECEPTION ZONE

EXISITNG BATEQ

SETTLEMENT

NGO & BATEQ SETTLEMENT

PATHWAY

FARMERS MARKET

CAMPING SITE

PATHWAY

PATHWAY

EXISTING NATIONAL PARK

& PUBLIC DISTRICT

SELECTED SITE

BAMBOO PARK

ELEVATED WALKWAY

PATHWAY

MAIN ROAD

BOAT CRUISING

EXHIBITION &

EVENTS ZONE

FARMING GROUND

ECOLOGY

RESEARCH PARK

REPLANTING &RELOCATING

BOAT CRUISING

D E F O R E S T A T E D

PATHWAY

RIVERSIDE PROMENADE

SUNGAI LEBIR

BOAT CRUISING

Z O N E

SUNGAI LEBIR


Journey of Bateq Community from

" SOLASTALGIA

TO

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05

Eutierria

Experience

Symbiocene

SYMBIOCENE "

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Topophilia Revival

02

Tierratrauma

01

Solastalgia

Topophilia Revival

Solastalgia

Homesickness typology was felt

by Bateq's while witnessing

their environment changing in a

distressful manner.

Bateq restores their bond with nature

once again, resulting in a strong place

love connection creating a psychoterratic

force that can be used to preserve their

identity & lifestyle for posterity.

Tierratrauma

Where acute environmental change cause

psychoterratic trauma, In which the Bateq's witnessed

the loss of the forest "home" causing destruction to

their lifestyle & made them fall sick.

Eutierria

Experience

No borders between humans & nature, A good

earth feeling that acts as an immersive element

between nature & biodiversity. Integration of

interventions with nature.

Symbiocene

Era of re-integration

between humans &

the rest of nature.


MUHIBBAH CENTRE

The design concept is to unite & preserve the Bateq identity, culture,

and land through education by learning and experiencing. The design

will help the public experience being Bateq allowing them to go

through phases of earth emotions that are translated into an

experiential spatial journey consisting of 5 stages in which the Bateq

have experienced and been through throughout the past years, taking

them into an immersive, expressive and emotional cycle in hopes of

reaching the Symbiocene era, emotionally healing and banish

Solastalgia.

The building will shed light on Bateq's history, nomadic lifestyle,

rituals, arts & crafts exposure. In that sense " Muhibbah Center " will

be the gateway to the tribe providing the opportunity of educating the

public about Bateq's lifestyle, arts, crafts, and carvings and opening-up

fields to gain income as well documenting the tribe's cultural identity

through the proposed programmes.








At the main entrance, a gazebo-like bamboo structure

is utilized to form a welcoming entrance. Combination

with the parametric wave roof as both elements

represent harmony and flow to embrace nature. The

gazebo typology is being applied in interior spaces to

enhance the air flow movement inside.


The open library ramp is based on the lower ground

floor and spirals up all the way to the second floor

supported by bamboo rods functioning as railing. The

ramp takes the users upwards and meets the book

shelves along the way.


CARVING WORKSHOP

SHOWCASE GALLERY


SENSORY ZONE


The craft-material library located underground serves as a "

sensory zone " for the visitors where they can experience the

Solastalgia phase going through Bateq's history. Forest materials

are showcased inside the space for a full user experience.

Tree trunks and falling leaves emerge from the plant beds and

channel through the ceiling to give the impression of a forest

inside the building.



ACCOMMODATION


BLOWPIPE SHOOTING


MARKET & OUTDOOR COOKING

PERFORMANCE & EVENTS

EXPLORATION WALKWAY



THE GREAT RESET

T H E R E N E W A L O F T H E P O R T

O F B E I R U T .


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T H E G R E A T R E S E T

" N O S T A L G I C R E M I N I S C E N C E O F B E I R U T "

This building focuses on the nostalgic

reminiscence of Beirut where visitors get to

experience spaces that create a condition of

poetic sense going through sentiments,

commemoration, and emotional matters in an

interactive educational manner, making their

journey full of knowledge and getting to

experience the country's history throughout

the years, serving as a socio-economic place

allowing users to interact, respond and cope

with the aftermath trauma as well as raise

awareness and teach for a healthier society

through responsive design.

The proposal creates an opportunity to open

new gateways in reviving the local economy

sector by construction workshops and

recycling/ utilizing the remnants of the

materials left on site after the explosion. It

has social & communal gathering spaces

making it for both locals and tourists and

engaging them in the activities taking them

from one space to another through the

process reminding them of the storyline.


" B E A U T Y O F T H E

S H A D O W " .


SITE PLAN

L E G E N D

1 . E V E N T P L A Z A

2 . C O N S T R U C T I O N W O R K S H O P S

3 . C Y C L I N G P A R K

4 . G R E E N O P E N P A R K

5 . M E M O R I A L W A T E R F R O N T P A R K

6 . M E D I T A T I O N S P O T S

7 . P R O J E C T S I T E

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1

6

7

1. Push inwards and

outwards creating

outdoor spaes

2. Connect edge points to

form a curvilinear mass

following site context

3. Create circulation

and allow wind flow

2

4

4. Connectivity,

interaction between

programs through

link bridge

5. Rotate and curve

for integrated access

6. Create circulation for

an open courtyard for

social engagements &

viewing spots.

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U N D E R G R O U N D T U N N E L

L.GROUND FLOOR PLAN

This tunnel is designed to create a poetic kind of space, complimenting

the visitor's journey and a continuation to the storyline taking people

through the idea of commemoration and sentimental where they get to

experience the actual feeling of mixed emotions going through the

incidents.


I N T E R A C T I V E H I S T O R Y C E N T E R

W O R K S H O P

M E D I A

L I B R A R Y

GROUND FLOOR PLAN


T H E R A P Y C E N T E R W A I T I N G A R E A

T H E R A P Y

C O N S U L T .

C H I L D R E N

C L A S S R O O O M

FIRST FLOOR PLAN






E V E N T P L A Z A & W A T E R F R O N T

M E M O R I A L P A R K .




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C R A F T -

R E S U R G E N C E M U S E U M

Located between ISTANA BUDAYA & NATIONAL ART GALLERY, the craft museum will focus more on

showcasing traditional handicrafts and preserving the traditional cultural heritage by

reintroducing them to the young generation in a more interactive way that suits the modern era.


ORGANIC

FLOWY APPEARANCE

RIPPLE EFFECT

Basic form

Following the site boundaries

to create the form and divide

spaces to fit the programme

Curving the edges to get the

organic shape

The flowy/fluidity of the

builiding's shape offers

various routes to create new

viewpoints.

Adjusting the curvature

design to fit the spaces &

incorporate the water

feature .



GROUND FLOOR PLAN

A

FIRST FLOOR PLAN

2

SECTION A-A






03

E X H I B I T I O N D I S P L A Y

P A V I L I O N

The idea is to conceptualize my manifesto’s crafts

and technology with the walk-through pavilion to

connect people with the craft.

In this design, I apply technology usage in terms of

machinery and industrialization & how materials can

bend and intertwine to create a design that gives an

illusion of technology ( a techy-feel).


ROOF PLAN 1:100

N

SECTION 1:20

EAST ELEVATION 1:50 NORTH ELEVATION 1:50 WEST ELEVATION 1:50 SOUTH ELEVATION 1:50






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C O _ S P A C E

S T U D E N T C E N T E R

This student center sheds some light on the

common activities that students from

different majors could enjoy and learn from

together.

Students from Petroleum Engineering and

Architecture work together to come up with

an interesting project where PE students

explore soil conditions to produce mud and

AR students explore and produce materials

like a brick from the formed mud.

The potential is to create more sustainable

materials from the site itself to build up

spaces.




GROUND FLOOR PLAN

FIRST FLOOR PLAN

SECTION A-A


SOUTH ELEVATION

EAST ELEVATION

WEST ELEVATION

NORTH ELEVATION




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A D A P T A T I O N T O C O N T E X T

T E S T I N G G R O U N D

Responsive Models

Responsive Models


Responsive Models

Responsive Models


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O T H E R S


A craft museum is a place that preserves and displays a collection of specific skills blended

with artistic integrity that has been produced and developed. It is proof of the existence of

cultural traditions and a platform that showcases the finest examples of craftsmanship and

their production of objects with exceptional skill and beauty. It serves as a material for the

revival and development of crafts.

The importance of craft museum plays an important role by offering a better learning

experience and a wonderful opportunity to appreciate a country's cultural heritage. It also

exposes people to the country's traditional cultural heritage and gives them the chance to

interact with traditional craftsmen. As well as, it preserves old skills, educates younger

generations, and reflects the local's lifestyle.

Nowadays, we are in a digital world and everyone is always using the internet or their mobile

devices and can view things online since it’s easier to access. By contrast, people became

lazier and more addicted to digital equivalents and lost the feel of being in a museum. Also,

failing to prioritize audience preferences is one of the major challenges affecting museums. In

line with this, museums have placed more emphasis on showing artifacts to the public rather

than creating meaning which makes the visitors lose their interest in visiting craft museums.

Moreover, this prevents visitors who lack adequate context knowledge of the artifacts in the

museum.

C R A F T I N G

R E A S E A R C H ,

M A N I F E S T O

Today, technology plays an important role in our life and may be used to bring more diverse

audiences closer to the artifacts and history, far from serving as a current

diversion.Integrating technology into the museum exhibit design can help capture the visitor's

attention and get back their interest in crafts and improve their experience. Hence, here are

some ideas that I think could help enhance or introduce new creative experiences in craft

museums.

Firstly, virtual reality (VR) is used by museums around the world. In the same way,

experiencing a VR that takes the person to a different setting while they’re doing the craft,

the person is doing the craft while seeing it virtually. the VR could be used to make the

visitors live a historic experience both inside and outside the museum space. Furthermore,

new generations will be more interested in crafts in the presence of heritage involvement

with interpretations and experimentation technologies that help the youngsters understand

more about the exhibited crafts.

Also, Hologram technology can be introduced in the MUSEUM as well, an animated hologram of

the native people doing the craft to engage the audience more on how the thing was made in

the old days providing a richer and more detailed experience. This will eventually offer new

ways of interacting with the collections.


B A T E Q T R I B E -

V I S U A L S T O R Y T E L L I N G

" P S Y C H O T E R R A T I C I N T H E S Y M B I O C E N E "


LAND CONNECTION

RITUALS & BELIEFS


LAND CONNECTION

FOREST MATERIALS


NATURE CONNECTIVITY

FOREST MATERIALS


B E I R U T

A R C H I T E C T U R E -

A B S T A R C T P O S T E R



B E I R U T P O R T -

F U T U R E V I S I O N


This section is a collection of expressive

artwork where my intention is to express my

emotions towards the disaster that occurred

on August 04, 2020 - Port of Beirut, Lebanon.


B E I R U T P O R T -

E X P R E S S I V E A R T W O R K


POST-CATASTROPHE TRANSITION PHASE FUTURE VISION

DESTRUCTION SADNESS GRIEF HOPE REUNITE HEAL SUSTAINABILITY COMMEMORATION TRANSPARENCY


Interior

shots


INTERIOR WORKS

FREELANCE

MINIMALIST








Marrakesh

Minimalist

Morocco



PORTFOLIO/ E-PORTFOLIO 2023

CONTACT

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Behance

sabah15699@gmail.com

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Phone +20-1061069774

Address

9 Abdel-Aziz Eissa St. 8th Zone , Nasr city,

Cairo, Egypt

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