Posted on January 20, 2015, by Jawed Amir, under Blog, Portfolio, Studio.
The concept was developed for the Memorial Monument open competition from the Ministry of Interior, Afghanistan.
To pay our respect to the memory of those Police Officers which has been taken from us during defending this country against terrors, building a memorial monument is an appreciated step towards honoring our police officers.
The height, sizes and materials could be optional especially size and height of the monument which is directly related to the location where it is going to be develop, and the building surrounding area.
The materials are as per the concept, is RCC and Steel Structure.
The two main structure (showing below) coming together is resembling the hands which is the sign of protection from our police officers to the society, a ring has been design around the hands is a sign of society which is playing a very important role by having cooperation with the Police officers. It is very clear and obvious that a society has 70% important role of keeping the day to day life secure with the help of Police officers.
The structure which resemble the hands are 4 in numbers and a pipe at the center which is higher than the rest of the monument that holds the ring with wires from up and down. The pipe resembles courage of our Police officers in the society and as it holds the ring that shows the direct cooperation of society with Police in regard to makes the society a safer place for a better life.
3D models & Conceptual sketch:
Posted on February 27, 2014, by Jawed Amir, under Blog, Portfolio.
I have tried my best to learn good and best techniques for my drawing and sketching skills, after doing the manual sketching with different sketching materials, today’s technology made me trying the digital art or digital sketching.
First I started my digital sketching experience with a sketching pad called BAMBOO, then Samsung released the phone called Note II, and now I am using Samsung Tab 3 8″ with a styllus to sketch on it.
It is my pleasure to share my digital sketching with you, please do feel free to comments on any of them. here in this post or in the Scrapbook.
Posted on February 27, 2014, by Jawed Amir, under Portfolio.
Next Interior Project, is in Kabul City, Afghanistan.
A friend of mine asked me to design the interior of his office which is located in a mix use building.
The concept for this design was to bring mature look to the office as I know in Afghanistan interior design means those heavy flowerish ceiling and walls which makes me disgusted looking at them.
First of all the false ceiling is having the touch of wooden materials with lights inside it.
A pleasant console for placing the TV
A joint (with client) designed book shelves
The sofa will be designed in Kabul itself so the sofas used in the 3D are just for the sake of renders
Posted on October 5, 2012, by Jawed Amir, under Blog, General.
Was waiting in waiting hall of Kabul International Airport, to receive Mom. She was coming from Herat City to attend a marriage party and stay with me for a while. There were lots of people, families, young guys waiting for their flight time, some of them were waiting there same as I for their family members, and friends.
I was sitting on a chair and listening to music on my ipod, and I was in a mess J, was still sleepy even I walked after I got up from bed and left home towards Airport as it is very near to our house. But still my eyes were puffed and I was feeling dizzy a bit, started walking in a park and looking around, there you could see so many people sitting in that park some of them with their luggage and some without.
I found a bench empty and walked towards it to sit and wait while enjoying the park’s atmosphere, after a minute a couple came and sat next to me on the same bench they were eating chips (lays), I guess the girl asked her guy to offer lays to me and he insisted to eat a bit from their lays and I did (Thanks you you guys were sweet). After half hour a flight landed in airport I guess it was from Iran and people started coming out from the terminal, there was a guy with his luggage coming out as he reached this park there were family ran towards him and hug him tightly, tears were all over their faces and his mother (I guess) hugged him after few seconds she fainted in his arms. They took her to the shades and brought water for her, her son was crying for her like a baby.
As soon as I saw this my tears came into my eyes and my throat became heavy, I couldn’t looked at them and suddenly I started thinking of that this is one family who are lucky they got their family member alive. There are families who get their son/daughter/grandson… their dead bodies from Iran.
If there is Allah, I believe there is then I pray and beg him “stop testing Afghans” it’s too much every time I go out of my home I see people that deserve a lot more than what they have now.
Oh My God this picture I will never forget not that this is the only one that I see or happen but there are thousand families that daily faces this situation, their sons, daughters goes abroad to gain a penny for the family. It is the story of every Afghan who is not able to get job here because he doesn’t know anyone in higher order of government to help him getting a job, who is poor to have proper education, and he is that person who goes immigrate to other countries and work hard to get something for his/her family.
Posted on May 20, 2012, by Jawed Amir, under Portfolio.
This is a case study of a stretch in Hyderabad, India. I am finally done with composting the major sheets out of all the sheets we done in our case study of this stretch.