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مُساهمة من طرف foufou في الإثنين يوليو 20, 2009 5:50 pm


Designer: Architect Bernard Khoury

Bernard's work: BO 18, Centrale restaurant, Yabani...
. He received a Masters in Architectural studies from Harvard University

Concept:
Our
design is an L-shaped object fixed to the ceiling and running along the
facing wall of the bed. It incorporates two main elements: a light
fixture that spreads on the ceiling and a cabinet that includes a TV
with all its accessories (video games, music...).

The light
fixture placed above each child's bed creates a colorful setting to the
room. A control system allows them to change the colors of their
"portion of sky" accordingly to their mood.

The remaining areas
of the room have been treated in the simplest way possible i.e. white
walls, white night tables and white epoxy on floor in order to allow
the colors of the lighting fixture to be reflected and spread in the
most effective way.
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Design: Interior Architect Nada Debs

Nada's work:
Nada Debs
has recently been in the forefront of furniture design in the middle
east. She is a designer who, using her multi-cultural background, has
brought the concept of the "modern arab" to the design world.
Unmistakably
contemporary, her designs benefit from the depth and knowledge of
ancient cultures while very much catering to a modern one.

Concept:
The
playroom for the cancer center has been designed in line with the same
concept: it gives value to the wonderful and rich history we have here
in the arab world but re-interpreted in a new way where children can
relate-in modern colors and exaggerated shapes.

We have our
little "Diwan" for getting together in a relaxed fashion to read and
watch TV. Then the play area where one can draw or play with toys
individually. Screens and separations are used to provide different
areas for work and play.

The playroom is made to take the
children away from the suffering they have and into a fantasy world of
the rich and vibrant colors of the Orient…
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Designer: Architect Sary El-khazen

Sary's work: Sky bar...

COncept:
Room in the Sky

In
our design we aimed for a poetic and symbolic reinterpretation of the
sky in a cloud shaped room that evokes reverie in an airy new world of
fantasy.
The organic curved shapes of the walls and the reflective
smooth surfaces of the ground, submerges the child in a serene
atmosphere of warmth and security.
The other important feature of
the room is that the child has control over the intensity and the color
(pastel colors) of the lighting that is projected from the ceiling and
the ground, hence giving him the ability to change the ambiance and
atmosphere in the room accordingly to his/her whims. Other high
technology gadgets such as satellite information and educational game
station are also incorporated in the design, which are meant to connect
the child to a virtual world of possibilities thus helping him in
creating a parallel reality.
We also thought of the visitors
comfort, and the way they could channel it to the child. For that we
have annexed the bed with a winding shaped couch that follows .

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Designer: Architect Nadim Karam

Nadim's
work: VOYAGE, published by Booth-Clibborn Editions, London, Urban Toys,
published by Booth-Clibborn Editions, London, the cloud dubai...

Concept:
The
design of the hospital room for cancerous children is mainly about
creating a dream world. A space that gives those children the
possibility to create their own stories and share them with others.

The ceiling is in the form of a sky-cloud with interactive constellations of stars.

It
is the hope that the patterns of animals, objects, plants and flowers
on the ceiling and the walls will be a source of joy and diversity for
the kids; and with each visit the possibility of a different experience.

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Designer: Architect and graphic designer Marc Baroud

Marc 's work : teacher at ALBA

Concept:
to create a friendly environment for the hospitalized child.
concept:
o the room is conceived as a big wooden board game.
o the parents will be able to decorate with personal belongings that will help the child tame this environment.
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the overall look and feel will be a mix of varnished mdf panels with a
blue background - blue being the most relaxing and well-doing color.


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مُساهمة من طرف foufou في الإثنين يوليو 20, 2009 5:56 pm


Designer: Architect Lina Ghotmeh

Lina's work: she wins along
with Italian Dan Dorell and Japanese Tsuyoshi Tane the international
competition for building the Estonian National Museum, opens her
comapny in Paris..

Concept: Designing a Surprising Room

The
design of this room comes from the desire to create a ‘dream’ space for
children. A place where children enduring cancer would live another
‘story’ than the story that has brought them into that room. But
creating a dream is creating a space that contains surprises, one that
can bring to our ‘logical’ everyday life unexpected absurdities, even
if it is based on and contains very familiar components, figures or
stories.

The space of a dream is also a space that has no ‘exact’ limits, and no real gravity.
Taking
over these inherent qualities of a ‘dream’ into our design, our
intervention in this room starts from laying down a homogeneous
infrastructure or system on the whole space. An 80x80cm grid is
suggested in order to modulate the entire space and take away its
gravity.

This system, applied on all of the envelope of the room
is given a thickness. The latter is intended to give depth to the
room’s space and to blur its actual boundaries.
Within this grid, we
chose some squares to become secret spaces, containers or light boxes,
and others to become frames open for the children’s intervention.
It
is also intended that each side of the room would have a specific
theme. Each of which is guided by the views that a child would have
throughout ‘living’ in his/her room.

In this sense, the wall
facing the beds becomes an interactive wall: with two framed play
station squares, a large TV screen framed on the upper end and a
‘secret’ showcase hiding a surprise object that the hospital staff
would hide for the children every day. Two binoculars are adjoined to
the latter square to allow the child to look through the skin of their
room and have a daily discovery.

Moving further into the room,
we suggest to transform the ‘window’ corner into a ‘cocooning place’.
Here the child can sit over, read a book and really appropriate the
world that he/she overlooks throughout the room’s window’s frames.

The Toilet position becomes also in itself another cube in the space, this time in a bigger scale.
As
for the wall behind the beds, its dominant feature is that of ‘Light’,
here the squares beca depth that would magically emit light into the
space. The typical ‘painting’ that we used to have above our own beds
is here a painting drawn by children, this one is a movable square.

The
wall unfolds next to the room’s entrance door to become a ‘living’ one:
a ‘fish’ is calmly animating the room and living in its own box
parallely to the children occupying the room.

The Floor of the
room, another skin of the space, represents a reactive surface. A
textured square, a transformable surface... Up on the ceiling, another
‘world’ is suggested that filled with stars, of light or what is the
beyond...
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Designer: Architect Jospeh Chartouni

Joseph's work:In 2004, he
was awarded the first prize Fulbright Scholarship (100K) sponsored by
the U.S. Department of State in his Post-Professional Master in
Architecture degree at the Harvard University. In 2008, he joined the
Office for Metropolitan Architecture/Rem Koolhaas Rotterdam.

Concept:
"The
aim of this intervention is to transform the typical monotonous
patient's room into a child's personal space. Away from the bed, the
leftover "pocket" areas of the room represent a potential to contain a
"My Room" private enclosure connected to a "Magnetic poetry" wall.
Having the self-expressive fridge magnets as their tools, children can
express their thoughts and feelings, share ideas and knowledge, exhibit
drawings and photos, interact, stimulate, hide, read, and play, even in
a hospital room."
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Designer: Architect Maha Nasrallah

Maha's work : De Prague, Wadi
Abu Jmil Residential Park, for SOLIDERE, Al Omari Mosque, for Yussef
Haydar Architect, Souk el Khan, Hasbaya for Mercy Corps (NGO.....

Maha's concept :
Create a space with healing qualities, through nature,
music, light and colors.
Create a smooth and gentle environment in which
the child and his parents or visitors can move freely.
Create a space with multiple settings for the child to
sleep, play, eat and watch TV, receive family and
friends, dress, undress, dream, make and listen to
music, draw…

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مُساهمة من طرف foufou في الإثنين يوليو 20, 2009 6:00 pm


Designer: Architect Galal Mahmoud
Gala's work : EDDE sands
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Designer: Architect Galal Mahmoud
Gala's work : EDDE sands
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Designer: Architects Randa and Elie Gebrayel

ERGA's work:
Mövenpick Hotel & Resort – Beirut – Lebanon, Saifi Housing Village
– Beirut Central District, Lebanese Order of Physicians – Furn El
Chebback – Beirut, St. Jude Children’s Cancer Center – AUB – Beirut, US
Embassy New Consular Facility – aukar – Lebanon...

Concept of the room :
1) to design a "home" kids bedroom not a hospital room.
2) to insist on using ecological materials and all natural products.
3) to profit of the direct sunlight and make a little play area by the window with toys drawers, shelves and wall blackboard.
4) To use all rainbow' colors for wall & ceiling paints, furnishings,
lightings, and sheets.

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مُساهمة من طرف foufou في الإثنين يوليو 20, 2009 6:03 pm


Designer: Industrial Designer Karen Chekerdjian

Karen's work :
worked
on Milan Furniture fair many years in a row, in New York (ICFF), and in
Paris (Now Design). She took part in group exhibition in Cologne
(Waschtag, Drive in), Udine (Promosedia invitation) and Tokyo (Issey
Miyake foundation). Some of her products where selected for museum
exhibitions all over Europe (Design museum Copenhagen, Triennale
Milano,…).

Karen's concept:
A simple idea that is for sure the first idea that comes when we talk about a “dream room” in a hospital:
How
to give the impression that we are outside even if we are inside? The
exercise was interesting if we decide not to fall into the simple
“trompe l’oeil” technique.
Given the exercise, we developed a space
that offered to the child some items found in nature but with a twist
of contemporary design: a swing, a group of animals, a blue sky lamp, a
group of flower pot holder to water, a watering can, and other.
The exercise was done with a twist of humor and a lot of design culture.
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Designer : Architect KAMAL HOMSI

Homsi's concept :
The
basic concept is to create an interactive room where the child will be
the main performer, playfully converting his own space.

For that purpose he will have light foam cubes of 15 x 15cm with multicolored fabric faces.

The
child will handle these bright colored cubes using them in many ways,
giving them different functions. They could act as cushions, soft
colored playing balls, but mainly graphical units (pixels). One of the
faces could even be a piece of a puzzle.

By inserting them in to
the suspended grid on the wall, they will be transformed into a big
screen with images he will create or reproduce from existing charts.
These cubes will also offer a better sound environment.

When unused, the cubes could fit in the wooden casing that could serve as a bench.

Last but not least the ceiling should be painted in a bright color providing a very nice light in the room.

Kamal Homsi Architects with Hadi Murr & Ateliers-“U”


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مُساهمة من طرف foufou في الإثنين يوليو 20, 2009 6:06 pm


Designer: JWT ( famous advertising agency)

JWT's work: HSBC, Casper and Gambini's...

Concept of the room: "i believe i can fly"
With
the help of HSBC, this room has been designed to bring every child's
dream, of wanting to fly and have the power to experience a whole new
world, to life. The child can ride cloud-shaped poufs hanging from the
ceiling or explore intricate paintings that cover the surfaces of the
room: the land underneath, the birds all around them and the clouds
above. And when the lights go out, the glow-in-the-dark moon and stars
twinkle their nights.

Designer: Architects Randa and Elie Gebrayel

ERGA's
work: Mövenpick Hotel & Resort – Beirut – Lebanon, Saifi Housing
Village – Beirut Central District, Lebanese Order of Physicians – Furn
El Chebback – Beirut, St. Jude Children’s Cancer Center – AUB – Beirut,
US Embassy New Consular Facility – aukar – Lebanon...

Concept of the room :
1) to design a "home" kids bedroom not a hospital room.
2) to insist on using ecological materials and all natural products.
3) to profit of the direct sunlight and make a little play area by the window with toys drawers, shelves and wall blackboard.
4) To use all rainbow
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Designer: MAISON RABIH KAYROUZ

Rabih's work: Fashion designer

Concept :
At
MAISON RABIH KAYROUZ the moto we all use is “let’s play” .Rethinking a
child’s room was therefore not a hard task. A lingering mobile of
shapes and colors following a winding “yellow brick road” _ like in
Alice in Wonderland, except it’s not in bricks! Along with a private
“shelter” the child climbs up to, for reading, drawing and such, are
the main elements of a simple clean-looking room.
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Designer: Architect Simone Kosremelli.

Simone's work : Samir Boustani Villa, Bkechtine, Boustani Foundation, Bkechtine, Malia Office Building, Zalka, Al-Zamel Villa...

Concept of the room:
The first time I entered the hospital room I felt a severe feeling of
enclosure because the child that would be laying on his bed would not
have a view to the outside world because of the position of the
window. My concept was to let the child think that he is not confined
in a room but actually laying in a garden with a view of a house
having a pair of windows similar to the existing window in the room.
The illusion would be total as the ceiling will be painted as a sky.
The most surprising moment will be when he will enter his room and
discover the garden that will be surrounding his bed. Another surprise
will be when he is going out of the bathroom he will discover an
amazing view of the sea.
Scattered everywhere, in the garden , on the edge of the house and in
the sky will be various animals and objects that will accompany the
child during his stay in the room.
The reaction I expect from the child is that he will be longing for
the serenity of his room when coming back from treatment sessions
which is exactly the contrary of what a hospital room usually is : a
space that nobody longs for....

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مُساهمة من طرف foufou في الإثنين يوليو 20, 2009 6:09 pm


karim chaya and Marie noel haddad's dream room
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karim chaya and Marie noel haddad's dream room
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Gina Succar's dream room
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Gina Succar's dream room

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مُساهمة من طرف foufou في الإثنين يوليو 20, 2009 6:11 pm


erga's dream room
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مُساهمة من طرف YORI BOYKA في الخميس أغسطس 11, 2011 12:47 pm

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