Ghazi Al Ali Architect
Ghazi Al Ali (Principal) was born in Sydney and graduated from the University of New South Wales, Sydney in 2002. As a final year student, he assisted John Dimopoulos of Geoform Design on various bespoke homes and medium density housing types. Ghazi led senior roles as a graduate with large companies like Scott Carver and Marchese Partners Architects. In 2006-2009 Ghazi ventured to Dubai and was an Associate at Bruce Henderson-Nassar Saeed and designed and completed major land mark buildings. 2009-2011 Ghazi Al Ali Architect collaborated on significant projects with Dale Jones-Evans on Sharif House, Lakemba Master Plan and Lakemba Primary School.
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Bay St, Brighton Le Sands
Brighton-Le-Sands is the first development signalling the re-gentrification of the Bay Street street scape. Bay St, is a multi unit development comprising of 61 units and 11 commercial spaces with basement parking above ground to the south. The first stage was with Marchese Partners, Ghazi was the team leader on that part and was later commissioned to complete the corner-emphasising Bay St and Crawford Road as the new ‘City Gate’.
Lakemba Primary School
Lakemba Primary School is a Muslim School for 420 students. This design was in collaboration with Dale Jones-Evans. The School is part of Ghazi’s vision and concern for major improvements to Australia’s largest mosque since 1972. This vision began with Ghazi’s graduation project under the direction of Ann Quinlan and has now manifested to become not only Australia’s largest mosque but also part of a place that all people can come together and share.
Zaman residence has been in design development since 2006. Othman is a searching for a place he can call home. The footprint is 2800msq with male and female majlis, indoor pool, cinema room, play area and maids quarter.