Omaima Altaee

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Architectural Designer
Iraq
British UKML company

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-B.Sc in Architecture engineering 2016 / Babylon university / Iraq . -Omaima has won two International Awards : 1- Her Graduation project " The Story of Babylonian Civilization" has won Special Mention Award "4th place" in international DAF Awards 2016 from more than 624 internationals entries . 2- Her project " The Museum of Babylonian Civilization" has won the First Award in International MSADA 2018 competition / Category of cultural Interior . -Essays : 1- She has written essays about " The identity of the Iraqi Architectural . 2- She has written essays about "Al-Mousel city and its rebuilding" . - Omaima is the founder of the IAP project with UN about "The Urban deformation in Iraq". -In additional to her taking part in international conferences as "The conference of History and Heritage with Leicester university" and local exhibitions about Architecture , Sketches , Calligraphy .

Project Title
The Story Of Babylonian Civilization
Description
Humanity owed its greatest civilization to the age of Ancient Babylon which represents the cradle of religion, politics and culture. Choosing such a project to revive this legend and trying to reveal some secrets of this immortality. THE DEFINITION: It is a cultural monument project that narrates stories of our ancestors. The three well-known eras of Ancient Babylon would be elaborated physically and consequently in a full life-circle journey .Events within time are manifested in a spatial manner accordingly. Different parts, focal points and spaces of the project are related together visually in an amazing order that correspondent to the every-day rituals of people. THE GOALS: Preservation by revivifying old spirit of these ages is the main goal. Instead of freezing and museumizing archaeological remains, the project targets to promote global vision about Ancient Babylon to their maximum extends beyond the limits of “time-space”. This global sustained spiritneeds to be prevailed again.
Type
Cultural