Bahraini student Fai Isa Jamsheer
Manama - Arab Today
A student at University of Bahrain designed a proposed project to establish a centre for therapy with old and new methods. The centre is unique
of its kind, for it provides traditional and alternative treatment methods, as well as the new methods in one place.
The student, Fai Isa Jamsheer, who studies interior designing at College of Engineering, got the idea of designing the centre under the name al-Razji Therapy Centre, which attracts patients to one centre that provides traditional and alternative therapy.
The student highlighted that she was inspired by the nobility of ancient architecture of the Bahraini heritage houses when she designed the centre, and mimicked the smallest details in these houses like: Al-Arish, the ways of aligning the palm fronds and blend them together to match modernisation and add an aesthetic touch to the place.
Fai said: "The centre is considered a tourist attraction, where the tourist is informed with the therapy methods the Muslims used during the different eras, pointing out that the project is executable on the grounds for investment purposes."
This project was one of the projects presented at the end of the academic year 2012 – 2013 within the projects required for graduation from College of Engineering at University of Bahrain.