Architecture Beyond Cement

Published at Blauwe Kamer architecture magazine in the Netherlands 2020. Fontys – Masters of Architecture and Urban Planning MA+U Tutors: Jan Willem Kuilenburg,  Peter Feenstra External Personal Mentor: Alda Alagič Student: MO.Kabbara Project Location: Lebanon – Chekka Architecture Beyond Cement The project is derived from the discourse architectural materials in application and its impact on…

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Co-Housing in Tilburg

Architectural Parasites 🦠 Transformational design study and possibilities over a horizontal tower of a social housing building from the ’60s. The main purpose is to regenerate social engagements and bonding in boring social housing projects. A Co-housing alternative intervention in order to create meaningful aging for senior citizens in the Netherlands. Spaces in between the…

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Van Gogh National Park I.O

The 2020 Triennale of Landscape Architecture “High Green. Innovating the Landscape” challenges us to rethink how major economic, social and environmental transitions impact on a specific territory: the area between ‘s-Hertogenbosch, Tilburg and Eindhoven, embedded in Het Groene Woud. Here, complex spatial processes linked to productivity, changing demographics and delicate landscape features, leads us to…

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Co-creation, article.

 Co-Creation   A general reflection on its terminology and background.  How it could benefit both stockholders and designers?  What are the tools which are used by designers to achieve an optimum outcome?  How to deal with unexpected results? Many approaches have been used to involve the public/ community as part of the design process and in…

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Byblos City Hall

-Located on the east coast of the Mediterranean sea, Byblos, the Phoenician city is the oldest town currently inhabited and the home of the modern day alphabet.  -The city encountered several layers of history taking part in its actual urban tissue; the roman axis, the Byzantine churches, the ottoman souks, mosques but also the architecture…

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