PROJECTS FEEDBACK

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.

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The objective of the project is much more connected to the physical context of the site. The intention is to create a new connection between the city and the sea. Quite a simple strait forward design concept emerged from a problem identified in the existing context. The student has identified that the existing setting has deliberately made a separation, which is an issue to be resolved in the proposed development. The concept is tried to be achieved by proposing a master plan, which is…

Jeeva Wijesundara

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Jeeva Wijesundara

Beirut Port Seeing the proposal and the impact of it on the port of Beirut with the feasibility of the project, however I would like to raise the following question. The introduction of the mall like with having plenty of residential proposal since many dwellings surround the vicinity, and the relation with the port that will bring new tenant as well commercial, residential, cultural, however all proposed facilities in architecture that does integrate in the city with the port but in other way…

Robert Karam

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Robert Karam

Green Bay of Beirut Port of Beirut had a long history and mentioned since the fifteen history BC until our days. The port has been developed into commercial, economical, and touristic combined with all services provided for the country as well its surrounding countries. This port was the lung of Beirut as well the region. The kiosk layout of the port which have been developed and evolved to the need of the commerce and the economic progress but not properly and functional. In the proposed…

Robert Karam

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Robert Karam

The objective of the project is identified as achieving ‘recognizability’ or simply marking an identity to the city. In its achievement, identity-based design methods are applied; Principles applied are explained as copying, mixing, and co-scaling. Student’s visualization of the existing city as ‘Chaotic’, with different building styles, density, and form is tried to emphasize in the design. It has made the building patches overlap and combine into a single image. Consequently, Orthogonal…

Jeeva Wijesundara

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Jeeva Wijesundara

Hello Ahmad ELAssaad, Your extend is truly extraordinary taking all the viewpoints into thought but I would like to highlight three parts, the first part is an urban analysis, the structure of the city and its relationship to the project area . Is constrained to nearly 5 floors ,moment is that the current docks for vessels are constrained in profundity so not all vessels can come in (current profundity is 13m ) so unused docks ought to be considered for bigger vessels moreover there's…

Ariola Avdia

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Ariola Avdia

Hello Michail Your project is really great taking all the aspects into consideration but I would like to highlight to some current situations first traffic management and parking, the wheat stores were totally crashed some months ago which were used to store wheat before transforming it to bakeries. I would like to give 3 ideas first is to be aware of the heights as in that region the height of buildings is limited to almost 5 floors ,second is that the current docks for vessels are limited…

Saed Hamdar

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Saed Hamdar

Nikola, First of all, your project is fascinating and I believe that such ideas can indeed change reality for the better. The leading principles of the project are very clear and indicate your ability to produce a complex project and explain it simply. Your idea to take inspiration from the existing and improve it works well with the urban area you chose to take care of and allows pedestrians to use the urban space. In addition, the division of the project into a number of nodes creates…

Naama Binamo

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Naama Binamo

1. In the first step, we are faced with a comprehensive project that addresses the issues of society, city, people and architecture. Considering the amount of design work done, from details to macro issues, the judgment will definitely be long. The mentioned ideas of the designers, including human criteria, valuable historical heritage, turning brownfields into urban development, designing new transportation and pedestrian connections, and designing green bridges on the river and railway are…

Hamed Behkam

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Hamed Behkam

Good afternoon, Hamza. All is well? I am the judge chosen by InspireLi to provide feedback on your project. First, I want to congratulate you for the intervention presented and the reason for preparing it. His concept of resurrection and of promoting strength and resilience to the Lebanese people is commendable and his concern for the environment is positive, as it is prominent throughout the project. About the technical point of view, I propose some improvements after reading your project: -…

Lilian Costa

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Lilian Costa

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