Any participant in the INSPIRELI AWARDS competition can ask a member of the international jury for feedback on his/her competition project. Jurors are assigned across continents at a ratio of one juror per student. The resulting gallery is a unique architecture textbook, created free of charge by those who wish to participate in our project and contribute their work to the education of the up and coming generation. We are honored that you are sharing your designs and experiences here.
First of all, congratulations on this project with a strong concept that focuses on the history of the port of Beirut. I think your project has great potential. Each of the buildings on your proposal is conceptually strong. The strength of the project is using architectural interventions as a reminder of the past. As such, preserving the silo building as a monument representing the deceased and proposing a bridge to let visitors explore the explosion spot are great ideas. Hence, this makes…
Cagil Yurdakul Tokeradvisor
Hi Karl I really like the deep philosophy behind the project as it relates to the history of the redlining issue. Additionally, I can see that it will offer many benefits such as increased housing supply, affordability etc. The design of the units definitely encourages a sense of community and togetherness. I commend you on the choice of method of construction being proposed. It is definitely on the cutting edge of 3d printing technology. It would be interesting to see how far away we are…
Good start, keep going. Always keep your project reel and simple. Simplicity is the most popular way to achieve a good project. In my opinion simplicity is beauty.
Good afternoon. The concept, in my opinion, is quite well developed and presented. In my opinion, it is worth working out the main panoramic view of the port from above in more detail (image 1), maybe add bright colors or add functional zoning schemes, territorial location in thin lines. You also can add several panoramic images from different viewpoints.
Student: ZENG MINGAI The Migrant Hub, have some interior design perspectives, and lack all the information and data support the drawings, as well as the plan intended for interior design. If so, the student must add all the description required within the drawings provided. If this project has been send to judge as an architectural project, there is a lot of drawings to be added such as: 1- Site plan 2- Plans 3- Sections 4- And exterior perspective. I cannot recommend this project for…
Ahmed Farea Al Sharjabiadvisor
Beirut Seaport Development project delivers interesting insight into important economic activity. The destruction of the existing port has allowed portraying this vital institution with a novel ideology. The attempt of the team to generate ideologically robust design is highly appreciated. You have developed the given scenario into a high-caliber economic hub that targets local and international users. The core of the development proposal has fostered the economy as its core value will sustain…
Chandana Shrinath Wijetungaadvisor
Hello William Farmer. Congratulations on your project in INSPIRELI. The project looks incomplete. You have an interesting concept and idea to connect between the private port and the public residential by creating a platform. But in your presentation, nothing is highlighting that amazing idea that it makes hard to understand what is actually going on. The spaces should be marked in the plans, section, and elevation, and some images are not been uploaded properly. suggestions: 1. There should…
Batool Musa Jaffariadvisor
The concept and execution is good but the presentation boards feel empty
Dear Priyanka, First, let me congratulate you on this project. I can say that you did an amazing job! Second, the way the concept is explained is very interesting. The diagrams show that nearly all the details concerning the project were thought about. I have 2 questions that weren't very clear for me ( the diagrams and texts are a little pixelized.) : 1- you explained that each floor symbolize a stage of the language development. My question is : how are these spaces/floors communicating…
Marie Li Helouadvisor