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  • School of Sciences and EngineeringThe Construction and Architectural Engineering Department
    AENG 321 – Project 1
    Fall 2010
    Presented by: Group 2
    • MohamedDarwish
    • SeifEldinEssamNawar
    • AhmedAbdelhamid
    • AmrFathy
    • AhmedAtefBarakat
  • Outline
    • Showroom Case study
    Local: Volkswagen El Obour
    International: Volkswagen Abu Dhabi
    • Lecture Hall Case study
    Mohamed Shafik Lecture Hall
  • Urban
    Accessibility
    Are there enough roads and entrances to the site?
  • El-Obour Volkswagen
    The showroom is easy to access
  • Abu-Dhabi Volkswagen
    The building is also accessible
  • Parking and Surroundings
    Abu Dhabi
    The Design of the Parking areas matches the international standards.
    Obour
    The Design of the Parking areas does not match the international standards.
  • Parking and Surroundings
  • Surroundings
    Buildings
    Scenery
  • Building
    • Ventilation
    • There are two major systems
    • Natural ventilation
    • Artificial ventilation
  • El-Obour Volkswagen
    There are the two ventilation systems
    a. Naturally ventilated
    b. Artificially ventilated
  • Abu-Dhabi Volkswagen
    The showroom is artificially ventilated only and there is not any way for natural ventilation for the showroom
  • Heat insulation
    By using shading elements
    Shades are used around the building for El-Obour showroom
  • Heat
    Shades above the entrance
    Building elevation declination angle
  • Abu-Dhabi Showroom
    Shades above the entrance
    The building itself is used as a shading device
  • Artistic Design
    An international Design
  • Security
    Mezzanine provides more angle of sight
  • Disability
    1. Stairs are mounted to the floor to avoid rotation.
  • Disability
    Inclined Ramp
  • Building
    Entrances
    Location of offices and reception desks
  • Building
    Walls of the showroom
    Lobby
  • Rooms
  • Rooms
    Acoustics
    Ventilation
    Lighting
  • Spaces
    Rooms are wide and comfortable.
    Finance Office
  • Mohamed ShafikGabr lecture hall
  • Mohamed ShafikGabr lecture hall
  • Space Planning and Layout
    Site and spatial relationships
  • Space Planning and Layout
    Bassily auditorium
    Public spaces and foyers
    Mohamed Shafik Gabr Lecture Hall
    Mary Cross Lecture Hall
    Lecture Hall
    Site and spatial relationships
  • Space Planning and Layout
    Orientation and dimensions
    Width
    Length
  • Space Planning and Layout
    Physical access and movement
    Door width=1.78m
    Aisle width=1.35m
  • Visibility and projection
  • Visibility and projection
    35 max
  • Architectural and Environmental standards
    Floors, Walls and Ceiling
    Carpet on stairs
    Wooden Floorings
    Sound absorbing and anti-scratch walls
    Tubing on ceiling
  • Architectural and Environmental standards
    Furniture and Fittings
    Seating
    White board and projection screen.
    AV control unit
    Lectern unit
    Windows
  • Architectural and Environmental standards
    Disability
    Stairs
    Ramps
    Sit between sections
  • Thank you
  • Questions
  • Outline
    • Showroom Case study
    Local: Volkswagen El Obour
    International: Volkswagen Abu Dhabi
    • Lecture Hall Case study
    Mohamed Shafik Lecture Hall