‘Design your own Public Space’ is a modular system designed to empower users to take an active role in composing their own public space.
'Design your own Public Space' provides a playful setting.
The playful setting aims to engage people to participate in the debate on public space in Amman and what it has to offer.
Seed to Eat is a technologically advanced agricultural installation.
The installation was designed organically to grow fruits, vegetables and herbs.
Plants are nurtured through an aeroponic system. As a result, it requires 75% less water than traditional growing methods.
Each tower is sustainable and modular, and designed to feed four families all year round.
This 3-meter high market stall is a movable and deployable structure.
The stall was designed for affordability and durability.
The stall consists of flexible elements and joints.
The green pavilion is designed and manufactured by FabLab Irbid’s team.
The pavilion works as a solution that utilizes digital technologies to create usable outdoor gathering spaces.
The nature-inspired design is also powered by solar energy.
The solar energy provides lighting and features an automated irrigation system for the plants.
This modular greenhouse typology is functioning temporarily as shelter for a food stand. The food stand also includes a compost system and grey water filter.
This modular greenhouse typology is functioning temporarily as an information booth and public seating space.
The booth is integrated with growing installations that are highly water efficient and low-maintenance.
Sharek Bitbarek is an initiative dedicated to fighting food waste through design, social impact, and inclusion.
The platform aspires to bring communities together and turn generations of ‘food wasters’ into better recyclers.
'Sharek Bitbarek' uses food waste as a stepping stone to create a new sustainability movement in Jordan.
'The Sea of Possibilities' was inspired by Amman Design Week's theme of possibilities.
The installation uses dichroic film.
The dichroic film reflects an infinite range of colors with every movement.
The installation offers a sea of possible bright and beautiful outcomes.
The Freedom Machine is a self-sustaining renewable energy and urban food production unit.
The unit is installed in the urban landscape around the region.
Urban hives proposes to reintroduce the garden in parking lots.
The 'Urban Hives' can also be installed in other public hard-surfaced spaces.
The installation's space can be used to grow food for the neighbourhood.
It also can provide an important pollination spot for urban bees.
The Growglobe is a green, wooden hang-out and co-working space.
The installation was designed for young people involved in the social innovation incubators at the Za’atari refugee camp.
The aim of this research is to bring the idea of rooftop farming as a tool for climate change adaptation into a broader discourse.
The research also aims to discuss how community-based urban agriculture projects can be made more sustainable and adjusted to local dynamics.
This modern structure that can be installed anywhere in the city.
The pigeon tower is a small-scale food production system.
The tower can be a valuable resource for soil building and crop production.
The tower can be a gateway to nature that aims to expand our urban compassion footprint and rewild the city as a rich multi-species ecosystem.
The Geodesic Greenhouse Dome is a mock-up of the one available on the rooftop of the Landmark Hotel in Amman.
The Geodesic Greenhouse Dome houses an aquaponics system.
The Aquaponics A-frame is a vertical, soil-less, growing system that utilizes a high pressure spray to water the roots of plants using nutrients from fish waste.