Amira AN

Group 23

Hi, I’m Amira.
Course/Studio: MArch, Continuity.
Skills: Illustrator, InDesign, Photoshop, Revit, Sketch Up, AutoCAD, Enscape

I’m originally from London but did my undergraduate at the University of Liverpool and stayed there to complete my Part 1 with Ryder Architecture where I still work part-time in Manchester.

Outside of architecture, I play netball and enjoy running, hiking, drawing and cycling.
Posted 11 Mar 2024 19:05
After a wonderful introduction with our students we began the day with a word cloud which quickly helped us get a grasp of what everyone's initial thoughts were on what the word 'emporium' means to them. Already faced with such enthusiasm, we then moved onto a relaxing drawing session which explored everyone's concept of what an emporium means and got our creative hats on. We then all carried our excitement through with us onto the tram to visit the site at Sale.
Posted 7 May 2024 17:28
Day 4 - Our day began with our teams splitting off to tackle our respective tasks. Group one started by enhancing the website by integrating the profiles of the 50 independent traders at Emporium M33, complete with descriptions and external links to their businesses. Group two dedicated their efforts to creating an AUTOCAD file for a proposed map stand, proceeding to fabricate a prototype using the laser-cutters in the workshops. Meanwhile, the final group focused on bringing their poster design to life and collaborated with Emporium M33 representatives to strategize advertising methods. Together, they erected the poster in a local shop window within Sale town centre, showcasing and advertising to the community our exciting public event planned for next Friday, where we will unveil our collective achievements at the Emporium. We can't wait!
Posted 10 May 2024 15:17
After a enthusiastic and promising result from yesterday's presentation with the emporium, Group one carried on with website responding to the feedback we received, making tweaks and adding a section for FAQ's. Group two finished laser printing the final directory map along with the map stand and signage pieces which will help users navigate around the store. Group three got stuck into producing tote bags using heat transfer paper which was an exciting process.
Posted 15 May 2024 15:21