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experimental architecture projects and conceptual designs based on architecture illustrations and complex designs.

 
 
 
 
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+ based on a paintings by [fabio borbottoni]

 

[re]drawing futu[re]: italia

[re]act architecture [re]drawing architecture [experimental] [2018] 

[re]drawing futu[re]: italia is a sentiment visual [re]action inspired by the last trip to the cities of florence and venezia.

+ based on a paintings by [bernardo bellotto]

 
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[re]thinking [re]drawing: [un]finished architecture

[re]drawing architecture [thesis] [academic]  [experimental] [2017 - 2018]

[re]thinking [re]drawing architecture: is a visual study based on photography research, on the potential value of [un]finished buildings in Mediterranean countries specifically Southern Italy and Spain. Where incomplete ruins act as an invitation to manifest unorthodox thoughts of completion, utilizing new experimentation on a technique of [re]drawing. 

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+ based on a photo by  Amélie Labourdette

+ based on a photo by Amélie Labourdette

+ based on a photo by  Amélie Labourdette

+ based on a photo by Amélie Labourdette

+ based on a photo by  Amélie Labourdette

+ based on a photo by Amélie Labourdette

+ based on a photo by  Amélie Labourdette

+ based on a photo by Amélie Labourdette

 
 
+ based on a photo by  Loïc Vendrame
 
+ human [re]figure

+ human [re]figure

+ based on a photo by  Loïc Vendrame

 
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[re]act  architecture:  +alaa+

[re]act architecture [experimental] [re]st in peace [2015 - 2018] 

 
experimental architecture_ hazem talaat_ parasitic architecture react lebbeus woods
 

+alaa+ : is a sentimental architectural [re]action which is celebrating the loss of [talaat], working as a parasitic installation that provides light into the space. 

 
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[re]act  architecture: [post] daesh

[re]painting architecture [experimental] [2017] 

[re]act architecture : [post]daesh is a speculative [re]action based on the survival value of destructed architecture in Middle-east countries specifically Syria and Iraq. where destructed ruins act as an invitation to post-war parasitic thoughts of existing, utilizing new experimentation on a technique of [re]painting.

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issa al awwam : There was a muslim swimmer by the name of issa who used to dive at night under enemy ships and burst on the other side, where the besieged were waiting for him.

 
 

02 issa 

[re]act architecture: [post] daesh  [experimental] [2017] 

 

02 issa : a [post] daesh project which acts as a bunker tower in middle of destructed zone to provide a temporary surviving safety place for one person, the parasitic tower has a brutal irregular shape to provide an animalistic aura.

 

 

01 waqqas 

[re]act architecture : [post] daesh [experimental] [ 2017 ] 

 Sa'd ibn Abi Waqqas : waqqas was regarded as one of the best archers In battles, when the muslim archers kept in reserve abandoned their positions in the eagerness for booty, Sa'd remained steadfast, and fought vigorously.

 

01 waqqas : a [post] daesh project which acts as a bunker house in middle of destructed zone to provide a strong shooting and safety for multiple persons, waqqas has a brutal provocative shape to provide a beasty look.

 
 
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ODS

[re]act architecture [experimental] [ 2015 ] 

ODS is a concept tower inspired by the work of the French artist Olivier De Sagazan.

Olivier De Sagazan builds layers of clay and paint onto his own face and body to transform, disfigure and take apart his own figure, revealing an animalistic human who is seeking to break away from the physical world. At once disquieting and deeply moving, this new body of work collapses the boundaries between the physical, intellectual, spiritual and animalistic senses.

 
 
 
 
 
 

ODS examines the anxiety, grotesquely, brutality yet the aesthetically of an animalistic face of a human as a question for study and research, to find new architectural opinion in the art of building reconstruction.

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