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Ta'et Nour.. An Egyptian architect won second place in the 2020 International Design Award …

Architect: Archilab - Hani Maher Location: Assiut Governorate - Egypt With a distinguished project, the Egyptian architect Hani Maher and his team, the Archilab Office of Architecture, won the second place in the International Design Awards 2020, which are awarded by the Architecture Community Organization concerned with global architecture of value, which awards prizes to projects with a distinctive and sustainable environmental or social impact around the globe "Ta’et Nour" (Window of Light/Hope) is the project that enabled Architect Hani Maher and his team to win this big global award, as it aims to house approximately 60,000 individuals who currently reside in slum areas under high pressure electric towers in Assiut Governorate, which are classified as high-risk areas and unauthorized residential zones. The idea of the design The design team took into account the social privacy of the Upper Egyptian community in terms of isolation and their desire to preserve family privacy, and then the design came to the maximum degree on social aspects while devising new ways to use the space in line with the nature of the population and nature of using their houses, where residents can raise poultry and preserve food or grain in places designated for that purpose within their units. The designer was interested in creating open spaces within the overall plan, such as parks and sport centers and several spaces were employed to develop handic...

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