Project L.E.V – School and Centre of Fine Arts | Moatasem Esmat

• July 20, 2011

Shared by Moatasem Esmat, Project L.E.V is his school project proposed in Egypt- Helwan city.

+ Project statement by Moatasem Esmat

Le Corbusier once said,

Architecture is the masterly, correct, and magnificent play of masses brought together in light.

Those words inspired me to always seek something that redefines today’s architecture.

Project L.E.V stands for creating a new revolution in modern sustainable designs.

Project L.E.V represents a mix of architectural principles that are brought together in light. this project stands for both new age architecture along with sustainability; because today, architects are demanded to provide a new millennium of architecture that puts the planet in its top priorities, this same principle was applied here, while developing the new architecture movements. a great deal of work went towards the living skin of the project, which represents the heart of the project itself since it served both the form and the sustainability development.

The skin has massive amounts of native greenery that will endure the hot-humid climate environments such as Egypt’s. A rain water recycling system was installed as well for the sake of preserving every drop of rain water in the rain season.

Moatasem Esmat shot3 600x337 Project L.E.V   School and Centre of Fine Arts | Moatasem Esmat

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Moatasem Esmat elevation for both buildings 600x337 Project L.E.V   School and Centre of Fine Arts | Moatasem Esmat

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Moatasem Esmat pavillion 600x337 Project L.E.V   School and Centre of Fine Arts | Moatasem Esmat

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+ Project credits / data

Project L.E.V – School and centre of fine arts – Bachelor’s degree Project
Location: Egypt- Helwan city- the “15th  of may” Area
Design: Moatasem Esmat
Helwan university- Mataria engineering school- Architecture department.

+ All images and drawings courtesy Moatasem Esmat
those words inspired me to always seek something that redefines today’s architecture.

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  1. Moatasem Esamt says:

    thank you so much for publishing my project, i am so glad that it caught your interest.

  2. mahmoud esmat says:

    congrats bro, your earned it