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I'm a quiet, intelligent, young Architectural Student, I have participated at several workshops at my university and I'm interested and have some experience in : Architectural design, interior design, landscape, Urban planning , projects management, public speaking , sustainable design , CAD drafting
I'm looking f… Read More
I'm a quiet, intelligent, young Architectural Student, I have participated at several workshops at my university and I'm interested and have some experience in : Architectural design, interior design, landscape, Urban planning , projects management, public speaking , sustainable design , CAD drafting
I'm looking forward to learn more at my spetialties and other too Read Less
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    — Damascus, Syrian Arab Republic
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    — Damascus, Syrian Arab Republic
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Arkitekter Uden Grænser Danmark / Architecture Sans Frontières Denmark
March 2014 – March 2014 (1 month)Copenhagen Area, Denmark
Syria – Pre/Pro/Post Change

14-15 march 2014 – at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts – School of Architecture

About :
Syria is witnessing, since March 2011 and hitherto, one of the mos… Read More
Arkitekter Uden Grænser Danmark / Architecture Sans Frontières Denmark
March 2014 – March 2014 (1 month)Copenhagen Area, Denmark
Syria – Pre/Pro/Post Change

14-15 march 2014 – at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts – School of Architecture

About :
Syria is witnessing, since March 2011 and hitherto, one of the most extreme and complicated conflicts in its modern history.
Bombarding and battling has resulted in a huge damage to a lot of residential areas, buildings, infrastructures and public facilities. It is estimated that destruction ranges on average between 10-25% of buildings in Syrian areas with higher proportions in particular cities. More than 2.5 million Syrians fled their homes and over 600,000 registered refugees have fled to neighboring countries, yet the real number of is much higher. Physically intact places have also been affected, a new set of human-space scenarios are emerging in personal and urban levels.

The goal of the first workshop is both to apprehend how people currently relate to the urban spaces as well as to start a discussion about the methods and tools architects could develop to help shaping a better conditions in this context. The workshop will focus on the spatial dimension of the current everyday life in Syria, and the development of a variety of cases of refugee camps, rural and urban areas in both emergency and long-term planning.The intention is that through group work and discussions this will lead to proposals on future scenarios,strategies and visions in drawing,model and text

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Syrian window is a project that describes windows with the progress of time in our country to this moment in the crises that befell our country and it’s reflect impact on any person in his house and his dealing with this in the interior and the exterior
The crises had a huge impact on the window itself that turn from element of attraction into danger on the house that made using this important element that we began to think to remove it or in replace it into other and safer stuff Read Less
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