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PORTFOLIO Dmitry Chernavin architect


07 63 93 34 02 dchernavin4@gmail.com Moscow, RUSSIA Paris, FRANCE 23/08/1991

«Most people build as they live — as a matter of routine and senseless accident. But a few understand that building is a great symbol. We live in our minds, and existence is the attempt to bring that life into physical reality, to state it in gesture and form. For the man who understands this, a house he owns is a statement of his life. If he doesn't build, when he has the means, it's because his life has not been what he wanted» Ayn Rand, The Fountainhead


WORK EXPERIENCE September 2018 - February 2019 DIETMAR FEICHTINGER ARCHITECTES | Paris, FRANCE Architectural Intern Participated in competitions and architectural projects. Digital modeling in Rhinoceros. Postproduction of plans and schemes in Adobe tools. Elaboration of architectural drawings in Autocad.

SKILLS

Autodesk Revit

August 2016 - June 2017 Architect, freelancer Was involved in the restoration projects of health facility buildings, schools and kindergartens in Moscow and other cities in Russia with adaptation for disabled people.

Autodesk Autocad

October 2013 - August 2016 Architectural Bureau «PARALLEL» | Moscow, RUSSIA Architect Assistant | Architect | Leading Architect Elaboration of Concept, Design Development and Construction Projects. Preparation for state expertise. Collaboration with engineers and other allied experts. Negotiation with clients. Project Management.

Rhinoceros

September 2013 Architectural Studio «AVANGARD» | Moscow, RUSSIA Architectural Intern Implementation of design drawings based on the architect’s hand sketches. Elaboration of design documents and paperwork.

Archicad

Autodesk 3ds Max V-Ray

EDUCATION Adobe Photoshop October 2016 - July 2019 Politecnico di Milano | Milan, ITALY Master of Science in Architecture Instruction language: English September 2008 - July 2014 Department of Architecture, State University of Land Use Planning | Moscow, RUSSIA Master of Arts in Architecture (6 year study program) Instruction language: Russian

Adobe Illustrator

Adobe InDesign

LANGUAGES Russian English French Italian

native language speak fluently and read/write with high proficiency basic knowledge basic knowledge

HOBBIES & INTERESTS Architecture and Design | New technologies | Travelling | Reading | Mountain skiing | Cooking

Microsoft Office

Hand Drawing & Modelling


TABLE OF CONTENTS

MOSCOW 2030 The Opportunity for a Sustainable Evolution of Residential Architecture

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POLITECNICO DI MILANO | Final Thesis

Reconstruction of Bank Building into a Multifunctional Complex with Hotel

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DIETMAR FEICHTINGER ARCHITECTES

Pedestrian and Cycling Bridge above Water Canal

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DIETMAR FEICHTINGER ARCHITECTES

Tensegrity Farm: New Agritourism and Seismic Safety

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POLITECNICO DI MILANO

A.bootcamp: Designed for Generali Real Estate POLITECNICO DI MILANO

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New Aging Cities: Housing Solutions for All

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POLITECNICO DI MILANO

Apartment Complex | Sochi, RUSSIA ARCHITECTURAL BUREAU «PARALLEL»

High School for 900 Students | Irkutsk, RUSSIA ARCHITECTURAL BUREAU «PARALLEL»

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PUBLIC MULTIFUNCTIONAL PROMENADE

POLITECNICO DI MILANO | Final Thesis July 2019

MOSCOW 2030 The Opportunity for a Sustainable Evolution of Residential Architecture Moscow, RUSSIA Supervisors Collaboration

Morena Marzia and Truppi Tommaso Individual project

Tools

PROJECT SITE OVERVIEW

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oscow is a fast-growing modern metropolis that is transforming drastically nowadays. It is evolving from a city with spread scattered districts into a united urban organism with the interconnected diverse transportation system, outstanding natural environment and welcoming public spaces and touristic areas. In the close future, it is planned to be transformed into a highly technological smart city, catching up the global urban trends. But, like every big city, Moscow has a lot of big issues that have to be solved to reach the goal. Besides economic, social and political problems, the city organization guidance has to be rethought in terms of stop high pace of motorization, that cause a dramatic traffic load; c reating a united w ell interconnected pedestrian network and base the u rban p lanning standards on supporting it; closing the gap of lack of cycling urban network that is more and more in demand in recent years; solving a catastrophic ecological p roblem o f air, w ater and soil pollution; and r eshaping the undeveloped housing a rchitecture and construction market to create truly affordable, high-quality and modern residential space for citizens. This thesis research is aimed to study these issues, highlight their main reasons and aspects, and propose some architectural ways of solving them. The final project serves as a case study to think over the opportunities of changing the current urban planning and architectural standards that can stimulate the development of the city and transform Moscow into a truly comfortable and sustainable city of the 21st century. MASTERPLAN

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EXPLICATION

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1 - PAVILION WITH COWORKING AND AUDITORIUM 3

2 - MULTIFUNCTIONAL BUILDING WITH BOUTIQUE AND RESTAURANT 3 - CATERING BUILDING 4 - PARK WITH SPORTYARDS AND RECREATIONAL AREAS 2

5 - EXISTING KINDERGARTEN 6 - NEW KINDERGARTEN 7 - EXISTING HIGH SCHOOL 8 - ORGANIZED AREA FOR WALKING WITH PETS

10 - PEOPLE GATHERING AREA NEAR A BUS STOP

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9 - RAILWAY STATION


ELEVATION OF RESIDENTIAL BLOCK

TYPICAL PLAN OF RESIDENTIAL BLOCK

LANDSCAPE SECTION

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URBAN ANALYSIS - INTERCONNECTED TRANSPORT SYSTEM AFTER 2025

URBAN ANALYSIS - GREEN SYSTEM

URBAN ANALYSIS - AIR POLLUTION

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URBAN ANALYSIS - METRO DEVELOPMENT


VIEW FROM MAIN STREET

DIETMAR FEICHTINGER ARCHITECTES | Competition project January - February 2019

RECONSTRUCTION OF BANK BUILDING INTO A MULTIFUNCTIONAL COMPLEX WITH HOTEL AUSTRIA Chief Architect Leading Architect Architect Participation: Digital modeling CAD drawing Elaboration of functional schemes Participation in design process discussions Tools

Dietmar Feichtinger Smrcina Radek Kaczor Magdalena

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MODELING IN RHINOCEROS

FUNCTIONAL SCHEME

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his project was aimed to redesign the building and close surroundings to organise easy and attractive way with retail spaces and services a long i t to the r ailway station located nearby and to extend the building adding some new functions, such as a hotel, skybar and rooftop restaurant, and exhibition spaces.

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PLAN OF THE ROOFTOP (RESTAURANT)


MODELING IN RHINOCEROS

GRASSHOPPER ALGORITHM FOR STRUCTURAL CABLES

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he project of a pedestrian bridge is aimed to link two sides of a fairway, organizing public spaces along with it, and to give people an easier and safer way to the park and settlement on the other side. The bridge, t hat serves a lso as a l andmark o f the area, i s fully accessible and, due to the location of structural elements and its shape, gives people good views to the surroundings and the canal.

SECTION

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DIETMAR FEICHTINGER ARCHITECTES | Competition project November - December 2018

PEDESTRIAN AND CYCLING BRIDGE ABOVE WATER CANAL GERMANY Chief Architect Architect

Dietmar Feichtinger Kaczor Magdalena

Participation: Digital modeling CAD drawing Elaboration of functional schemes Participation in design process discussions

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Tools


POLITECNICO DI MILANO | Architectural Design Studio 2

DEPLOYABLE EMERGENCY HOUSING

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(in)STABILITY TENSEGRITY FARM: new agritourism and seismic safety Norcia, Umbria region, ITALY Professors Collaboration

Simone Giostra and Elisa Cattaneo Individual project

Tools

STRUCTURAL SCHEME

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MASTERPLAN

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he goal of the studio was, after deep analysis of all aspects and layers of the area, rethink the influence of different forces on the built environment and people and give a different innovative solution for the design strategy of bringing stability to the central region of Italy. The idea of such studio came after earthquakes in Umbria in 2016. My proposal was aimed to recover agritourism of the region, bring seismic stability to the settlements and find the way of faster and more efficient response to earthquakes.

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EXPLICATION 1 - FARM HOTEL_potential core of emergency village

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2 - FARM RESIDENCE 3 - EXHIBITION AND MARKET SPACE_first-day emergency housing 4 - DEPLOYABLE EMERGENCY HOUSING

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5 - PUBLIC PARK

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DESIGN CONCEPT


PLAN OF DEPLOYABLE EMERGENCY HOUSING

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he core of the project is agritouristic vineyards that in case of disaster can be easily transformed into a shelter for neighboring areas. This emergency housing has to provide people with all the needed services and have the same comfort conditions as a permanent settlement.

SECTION A-A

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SEARCHING FOR STRUCTURE CONFIGURATION

DETAILED SECTION

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he structural system of the houses was decided as tensegrity semi-arcs that can be automatically deployed within the farm territory supplemented with prefabricated composite wall and floor panels interconnected with carbon fiber reinforced polymer cables. This solution was inspired by the ideas of Buckminster Fuller who invented tensegrity structures. Thus the fully functioning emergency housing settlement can be deployed in the period of 1 – 5 weeks and serve as permanent residences for people. Each sector between the tensegrity semi-arcs is a one- or two- bedroom apartment with a compact space for bike parking.

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IMPROVEMENT OF POST-EARTHQUAKE REACTION


EAST CORNER

POLITECNICO DI MILANO | Building Technology Studio December 2017

A.BOOTCAMP Designed for Generali Real Estate Rogoredo, Milan, ITALY Professors Collaboration

Morena Marzia, Tomasso Trupi, Francesco Mazzola, Rajendra Singh Adhikari Sarah Annabelle Grรถzinger, Kacper Kuczynski, Laura Murari, Dmitry Chernavin

Tools

INTERIOR OF THE PAVILION IN THE COURTYARD

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MASTERPLAN

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.bootcamp is a highly innovative office complex, that contains an accelerator campus in Rogoredo district, Milan. The contractor is Generali, one of the world’s leading Real Estate asset managers. Currently, Rogoredo is divided by the railway into two parts. The project provides the district with a new connection by a well-designed underground passage, which together with A.bootcamp’s groundfloors could become a significant public space. A.bootcamp features 42.220 square meters of office, retail and commercial spaces, like the hotel and auditorium. It is able to host around 160 startups at once, providing young entrepreneurs with professional tutorship, mentorship and advisory.

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LANDSCAPE SECTION


TYPICAL PLAN OF OFFICE FLOOR

ROOF PLAN OF OFFICE BUILDING

STRUCTURES OF THE OFFICE BUILDING

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he office floors were designed as open space with adaptive partitions that are used to organize private rooms for meetings, laboratories and auditoriums. Such organizational scheme encourages the startupers to collaborate, share their ideas and generate innovative products. The rooftops are planned as lounge areas where workers can have a rest and fresh their mind with a cup of coffee. Moreover, free roof areas are used as solar energy farms that provide electricity to the buildings and store extra energy for the neighborhood. LONGITUDINAL SECTION OF OFFICE BUILDING

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DETAILED SECTION

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.bootcamp is engineered to LEEDTM Platinum specifications from paint to the panorama. It was designed not only for resource efficiency but w as focused on the user’s health wellness and comfort. The ground floor is designed in the same level with the outdoor area to become the continuity of the public spaces. All the f inishing a nd structural materials are ecological with very low GHG emissions. As a structural solution, it was decided t o use d ry-assembled p recast structures. Such structures are m uch lighter than traditional ones, consume less concrete, fire and seismic resistant. Moreover, the special geometry of slabs’ cross-section forms the voids that can be used as engineering passages and ventilation ducts.


POLITECNICO DI MILANO | Architectural Design Studio 1 June 2017

NEW AGING CITIES: HOUSING SOLUTIONS FOR ALL Multigenerational Community Casoretto, Milan, ITALY Professors Collaboration

Antรณnio da Silva Ferreira de Carvalho, Lenzini Francesco, Ivo Covic Individual project

Tools COURTYARD

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PLAN OF THE FIRST FLOOR

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SECTION 1-1 OF HOUSING FOR SENIOR CITIZENS AND UNDERGROUND PARKING


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he idea of the project was to create a multigenerational community on the site of an existing ATM depot in the North-East part of Milan. The organization of the masterplan was based on the analysis of the existing situation, people’s flows and traffic. It was decided to use the structures of former buildings to create a student residence and social housing for young families in front of Politecnico campus, temporary housing on south side and housing for senior citizens in the building of tram deposit on the north. One of the main problems of the area is disorganized illegal parking that occupies pedestrian paths. Thus it was decided to organize parking spaces: temporary - along Via Teodosio and underground parking with the direct entrance into the elderly housing. The elderly housing was designed as two solid wooden shapes with a public courtyard that is a part of a continuous g reen w alkway. The building is t wo s tories. T he g round f loor is for offices, retail spaces a nd services for elderly and the residents of the community. The first floor is residential with modular apartments and common rooms for elderly. The apartments are designed with such dimensions to fit an existing structure and if i t w ill b e necessary t o be equipped for d isabled people. Generally, a ll t he buildings w ere designed according to the principles of inclusive design.

PHYSICAL MODEL (PLYWOOD, PLASTIC, CARDBOARD)

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ELEVATION (VIEW FROM THE COURTYARD)

MASTERPLAN

1 - Student housing 2 - Common student premises 3 - Fitness club 4 - Library 5 - Social housing for young families 6 - Pavilion 7 - Street cinema 8 - Preserved walls for graffiti 9 - Commercial premises 10 - Temporary housing 11 - Temporary parking 12 - Kindergarden 13 - Medical wing 14 - Offices 15 - Housing for senior citizens 16 - Common space for elderly 17 - Skatepark

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EXPLICATION


DETAILED SECTION

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PLAN OF THE APARTMENT FOR ELDERLY

THE COMMON CORRIDOR ON THE FIRST FLOOR

UPPER LEVEL OF THE APARTMENT

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THE APARTMENT FOR ELDERLY


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he idea of this project is to propose an attractive inexpensive accommodation at the shore of the Black Sea. The hotel is located on the first line just 230 meters from the beach. All apartments have large balconies and offer stunning views of the sea. The apartment hotel is a complex of two 10-storey buildings. Both of them include eight floors with apartments, one floor of commercial space and one with SPA-center and the parking. The exterior of the buildings was designed in bright soft colors with wide glazing surfaces of panoramic windows.

CROSS-SECTION OF THE SECOND APARTMENT BUILDING

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ARCHITECTURAL BUREAU «PARALLEL»

VIEW ON THE SECOND APARTMENT BUILDING

January 2015 - August 2016

APARTMENT COMPLEX Sochi, RUSSIA Chief Architect Leading Architect Architect

Starov Anton Chernavin Dmitry Ratnikov Dmitry

Participation: Conceptual project Presentation brochure Design project Masterplan project Project of accessibility for people with limited mobility Construction project BIM-model in Revit Selection of materials and equipment Collaboration with the client, engineers and contractors

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Tools


THE FIRST APARTMENT BUILDING AT NIGHT

MASTERPLAN

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he task was to create an outward appearance and to design buildings’ structure, with an e laboration o f floor p lans and structural units. Spatial structural scheme of the buildings represents a monolithic reinforced concrete frame. Residential floors are organized to offer several types of apartments, such as small studios, two- and threeroom a partments. The heating and hot w ater supply are designed through a boiler room on each floor. The distinguishing feature of each apartment is a huge terrace with a brilliant view of the sea and the city. Both buildings are designed according to principles of inclusive design.

PROJECT REALIZATION

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PLAN OF THE RESIDENTIAL FLOOR OF THE SECOND BUILDING


GROUND FLOOR PLAN

SECTION 1-1

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SOUTH-WEST ELEVATION

ARCHITECTURAL BUREAU «PARALLEL» May 2014 - February 2016

HIGH SCHOOL FOR 900 STUDENTS Irkutsk, RUSSIA Chief Architect Leading Architect Architect

Starov Anton Chubakova Natalia Chernavin Dmitry

Participation: Presentation brochure Design project Masterplan project Project of accessibility for people with limited mobility Construction project Collaboration with engineers and allied experts Selection of materials and equipment

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Tools


MASTERPLAN OF LANDSCAPE DESIGN

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DETAILED SECTION OF THE WALL

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his school, located in Irkutsk, Russia, close to Baikal lake, was the state order for an educational institution for 900 students. The site is located in an area with difficult relief and in a high seismic zone. Thus, firstly, it was necessary to accurately plan the vertical organization of the site with moving huge masses of soil, in order to prepare a flat surface for the building and to reduce the difference in ground levels for comfortable use by citizens. Secondly, the school was designed with an implementation of anti-seismic tools and structures to reduce the effect of a possible earthquake.

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The internal organization was designed in close collaboration with the local state department of education, considering the age range of future students. Thus the school building was divided into two blocks linked with the 2-story passage, i.e. high school block and primary school block.


What is architecture? What is a site, a place in a city or countryside? What is an architect’s role and what is his purpose? Is he or she aimed just to design a building, some shape from metal and concrete, or is there something more? Architecture is not a building, it is not walls and slabs. Architecture is a place and people who live or work there. And an architect’s goal is to understand the true colors of this place, to catch people’s mood, needs and their way of life. An architect doesn’t build a building as just a volume; he achieves the potential of the territory and environment. A shape, construction materials, open spaces are just tools for achieving a genuine purpose of an architect – to develop the space and present it in the only one right form that will improve the life of the people, it is used by, and the urban space in general. And it is not a matter of the scale and function of a project. Whether it would be a bus stop or a 50000 sqm office building, any volume is determined by a place and the people there. Moreover, we shouldn’t forget that a building is used not only by the people who work or live there but also by accidental passers who contemplate it. So let’s ask again. What is Architecture? The collaboration of the right formation of a place and thoughts, feelings, demands of the people, using it.

DMITRY CHERNAVIN M aste r o f S cience in Archit ect ure 07 63 93 34 02 dchernavin4@gmail.com Moscow, RUSSIA Paris, FRANCE 23/08/1991

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