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SAY IT LOUD - Ohio Exhibitor

Ohio Based Designer

Who or what inspires you professionally?

Bjarke Ingels and David David Libeskind. They are my inspires Architects. I like how each of them has a different style and different vision of Architecture.


The great designer, Badr Ahmed Zabarah, a multi-talented individual, excels as an artist, architect, and
exhibition designer. He holds a bachelor's degree in architecture and environmental design and is currently pursuing a master's degree in event and exhibition design. With nearly four years of experience in the art and design industry, he has completed various design projects throughout Saudi Arabia. His dedication to art and design has earned
him two international conceptual design accolades.

How did you first learn about architecture and when did you decide that built environment profession was an area of interest for you?
From a young age, I developed a passion for drawing and using my imagination. It was during my time in middle school that I discovered my interest in architecture and made the decision to pursue it as a profession. The prospect of studying architecture in school excited me greatly, and I was fortunate to have the opportunity to pursue my studies
abroad in the United States.

What do you do?
I am a full-time Exhibition designer at Misk Art Institute. I participate in online competitions, and I work as a freelancer.
What excites you in the work you do?
What excites me about my work is the focus on art and exhibition design. I have a genuine passion for this aspect, as it allows me to immerse myself in the world of art and constantly learn and improve my skills. Working in this field provides me with a different perspective on architecture and enables me to explore the intersection of art

Who or what inspires you professionally?
Bjarke Ingels and Daniel Libeskind are two architects who inspire me professionally. I admire their distinct styles and unique visions of architecture. Each of them has made significant contributions to the field in their own way. Bjarke Ingels stands out for his innovative and sustainable approach to design, blending traditional elements with
experimental concepts. His firm, Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG), has gained global recognition for its creative projects. On the other hand, Daniel Libeskind is known for his avant-garde and emotionally evocative designs, incorporating complex geometries and symbolic references. His works, such as the Jewish Museum Berlin, showcase his ability to create powerful architectural experiences. Both architects have left a lasting impact on the architectural community, pushing boundaries and inspiring others in the field.

What is your proudest professional accomplishment or achievement?
My proudest professional achievement is successfully graduating from Architecture school. Additionally, I am honored to have received a People's Choice Award in one of the competitions I participated in.

Featured Project Name: 
The Book Stop
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Featured Project Description:
The inspired design of the Book Stop creatively approaches a global issue of limited resources for public access to great literature. With an adaptable and cost-effective execution the mobile meditative reading space provides opportunities in many locations especially those that are underdeveloped. This will ultimately refresh the importance of the sharing of knowledge through literature in a more playful and hands-on way.

Photography Credit:
Badr Zabarah 

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