The project aims to house refugees returning back to Syria from Turkey. The city planned to be expanded when necessary, and it was designed based on a study of winds movement to lessen the winds throughout harsh winters. The houses are pretty tiny, consisting of a bedroom, living room, kitchen, and a bathroom. I also considered the future purpose of the city after years of usage, with the current plans, multiple units could be merged into proper houses. As an initial stage, the city will house refugees and provide them with decent shelter, a school, and a mosque. I also added a middle park with enough space for the residents to do various activities including a flea market on weekends. The design approach is to stand-out from the surrounding environment.
The concept of the project is inspired by coffee drops, the project aims to create a cafe with a little office in the basement, and a bakery. The color theme of the project is within the original concept with some interior elements to support the idea. Some design elements were added based on the request of the client.
The concept of the project is inspired by Mecca’s Haram. The project aims to create a space of prayers and worship, shared between Christians and Muslims at Cyprus International University. The hall can be separated by sliding doors. The muslims quarter also provides proper segregation. I worked on the project under the supervision of the brilliant architect Saffet Kaya. The design approach is to blend-in with the surrounding environment.
The project aims to redesign the county museum. Under the supervision of the brilliant architect Saffet Kaya I was assigned to design the architectural plans, coordinating between team members, preparing sketches, diagrams, and submission layout panels resulting in Winning the First Place. The design approach is to stand-out from the surrounding environment.