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An na Ar ch Kosi ite ch ct en by An u r a k o na lW Ko ork sic h s en

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Education ► Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada

2015-2019

Faculty of Architectural Science

Work and Volunteering ► Gallery Installation Team

Hello, my name is Anna Kosichenko While growing up in Moscow, Russia I have observed the interaction between life and architecture. One of the lessons I have learned is the influence architecture has over people in a rapidly growing metropolis. When I first came to Toronto, I have observed the same principles working in a different culture. This transition to the new city allowed me to understand how crucial architecture is to understanding another culture. As an architecture student, I am very passionate about learning and exploring how art of building making can influence the society we live in and I believe that the collaboration and teamwork is an essence of creating purposeful architecture.

Temporary Assistant in Paul H. Cocker Gallery for Ryerson Architectural Science Department. Assisted with constructing and installing exhibitions for “DWELL: Student Housing as Campus Renewal”, “The Graduate Thesis Work Show”, and “2018 DAS Year End Show”

2018

► Exhibition company “100krat” Ltd, Moscow, Russia

Summer 2017

► Ed Mirvish Theatre, Toronto, Canada

Summer 2016

Exhibition Stand Designer and Manager Assistant. Designed several exhibition projects, communicated with clients, created shop drawings. As well, assisted the project manager before and during exhibitions.

Theatre usher. Was responsible for patron’s safety during shows, checked entry tickets, escorted people to their seats.

Languages ►Russian fluent

► English fluent


+1 647 870 1699 kosichenkoanna@gmail.com

Awards and Extracurricular Activities ► “End of the Year Show”

2018 and 2016

► DAS Lounge Competition (winner)

2017

Annual exhibition of selected student projects in Ryerson, faculty of Architectural Science. Showcased final studio project physical model and renders. Student competition to create a lounge spaces in Ryerson Architectural Science Department. Team leader and designer.

► AIAS Mentorship Program (mentor)

Organized by AIAS Ryerson Chapter. Have mentored two second year architectural students

► Student Design Competition: Growing Our Community

2017 2017

Semi-annual international student competition, with focus on the investigation of daylight in buildings. Team leader and designer.

school related projects, graphic design related work at 100krat in summer 2017

► AutoCad

school related projects, exhibition design and shop drawings related work at 100krat in summer 2017

► Revit

► Green Building Studio school related projects

► 3ds Max

exhibition design related work at 100krat in summer 2017

► Rhino

school related projects, exhibition design related work and shop drawings at 100krat in summer 2017, representation drawings for competitions.

► Vray (for Rhino)

school related projects

► Wix (web site design)

as manager assistant at100krat helped to improve the existing and create new we page for the firm in summer 2017, personal development

► 3d printing

school related projects, personal development

2016-2017

Skills

Ryerson University club dedicated to japanese swordsmanship. As a president was responsible for organizing events, recruiting new members and meeting needs of club members and administration.

► International VELUX Award

► Adobe Suite

school related projects

Canada-wide student competition to create a community garden pavilion in Ottawa. Organized by Aga Khan Foundation. Team leader and designer.

► Ryerson Kendo Club (President since Fall 2016)

Digital Skills

► Drawing and Sketching school related projects

2016

► Physical Model Making school related projects

► Stop-Motion Animation personal development

Interests

► Exhibition Design ► Materiality in Architecture ► Fabrication Design ► Kendo ► Human Anatomy


FUZE Distillery

Ferran Adria Restaurant

Stipule Distillery


Exhibition Design SEVCO

Exhibition Design Herzog

DAS Lounge Competition


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This project is located across from the Distillery District in Toronto. The building encases whiskey and vodka distillery, a restaurant, bar, tasting and retail space, as well as, offices and classrooms. This project was the final 3rd year project and was designed in pairs. My partner and I decided to create the firewall separating the building into two in order to separate the programs and accommodate Ontario Building Code fire separation requirements. The east building encases the distillery, offices and classrooms, while the west is locating the bar, restaurant, retail and tasting area on the west overlooking the park. The biggest challenge was the Ontario Heritage Act, which required to maintain every, but the west facade. Thus, it was decided place the restaurant and the bar to the west and create an iconic image, which would be visible from the series of parks on the west. In this case we have decided to create two overlapping crystals: black for the night bar, light for the daytime restaurant. Partner: Nicola Caccavella. My part in this project mostly consisted in the overall design and development of structural system, HVAC, as well as, visual diagrams and physical models.

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Exterior Render. Coming from the West


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Ground Floor Plan Scale 1:600


2nd Floor Plan Scale 1:800

3rd Floor Plan Scale 1:800


South Elevation Scale 1:600

West Elevation Scale 1:600


Interior Render. Overlooking Tasting Area

One of the Key elements in this project was the tasting area on a ground floor. The tasting was located in the centre of the building and was the first space visible coming from an entrance on the south. It was also enclosed within an atrium and was a centerpoint of circulation. The materiality of spaces varied depending on the program. The distillery, offices and classrooms in the west building were made of rustic materials: brick, concrete and wood, while the light crystal was made of channels glass and steel, and black crystal was covered with black toughened glass. In addition, the structural systems for two buildings is different. The east used steel columns and beams, whereas, crystals use the rigid frame structural system to allow for more stability, flexibility and spaciousness.


Section through Rigid Frames

Exploded Axo of Structural System


Interior Render. Overlooking Restaurant on the Second Floor


Longitudinal Section Scale 1:500


Transverse Section Scale 1:500


Channel Glass

50x50 HSS Adapter

Aerogel Insulation

Wind Anchor Angle

Aluminum Window Frame

Wind Anchor Mounting Bracket

Double Paint Window

Channel Glass Frame

Exploded Axonometric


The Channel Glass to Foundation Wall detail diplays various design measures taken to make for a clean and cohesive building. The primary structure used in this part of the building are rigid steel assemblies that frame the restaurant. HSS are welded onto the rigid frame and secured by a pair of steel angles to the wind anchors, that act as the buildings secondary structure. The anchors are spread out every 6 ft. O.C. and placed into jogs in the floor slab that are later infilled with concrete, this avoiding repetitive steel plates on the ground plane. The wind anchors then latch onto the channel glass, which is secured to a customized z-angle at the floor slab (this customization was recommended by the manufacturer; Tel: 800.426.0279). The glass utilizes waterproof silicone sealants and gaskets at all connections to prevent leakage of any kind. In between every pair of channels Lumira® aerogel insulation is fastened by a centering clip. The insulation provides an approximate R-Value of 40 which exceeds the recommended 20 for a wall in Canada. A continuous A+V barrier is installed from the top of the foundation wall to the foundation wall footing.

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RIGID FRAME STRUCTURE WELDED TO RIGID FRAME STRUCTURE

50 x 50 mm HSS ADAPTER WIND ANCHOR ANGLE WIND ANCHOR MOUNTING BRACKET BUMPON ROLL STOCK CUSHION

GASKETS BETWEEN ALL CHANNEL GLASS JOINTS

WIND ANCHOR BACKUP PLATE W/ WEEP HOLE GLASS SHIM & WATEPROOF SILICONE SEALANT PILKINGTON PROFILIT™ K-60 SERIES CHANNEL GLASS PILKINGTON PROFILIT™ LUMIRA® AEROGEL INSULATION

Channel Glass to F.W. Project number

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WIND ANCHOR SECURED INTO JOG THAT IS LATER INFILLED

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ALUMINUM FLASHING 300 mm POLISHED FINISH CONCRETE SLAB

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FASTENER W/ RUBBER WASHER

CUSTOMIZED Z-ANGLE MADE BY MANUFACTURER

Fuse Distillery

FASTENED BY CENTERING CLIP

VINYL INSERT

GLASS SHIM, BACKER ROD AND WATERPROOF SILICONE SEALANT

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BLUESKIN ® S/A A+V BARRIER 100 mm PRECAST CONCRETE 100 mm RIGID INSULATION

ASC 623

200 mm CONCRETE F.W. STONE LANDSCAPING 300mm ASPHAULT SURFACING

TREMdrain® DRAINAGE MAT TREMproof® WATERPROOF MEMBRANE

Channel Glass to FW

Channel Glass 1 to Grade Scale 1 : 7.5

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Detail by Nicola Caccavella


Batt Insulation

Backing Board Adhesive Layer

Steel Stud

STO Substructure

Black Toughened Glass

Exploded Axonometric

Aluminum Window Frame

Rigid Insulation

Double Paint Window

Air Barrier

Reveal Profile

DensGlass Sheathing


250 mm Steel Rigid Frame

6 mm Toughened Glass Panel 4 mm Adhesive Layer 20 mm Sto Backing Board

10 mm Drywall 10 mm Plywood Vapor Barrier

40 mm Sto Substructure and Air Space 55 mm Sto Substructure 50 mm Rigid Insulation Air Barrier 16 mm DensGlass Sheathing

20 mm Concrete Floor Finish 30 mm Floor Membrane

250 mm Steel Stud with Batt Insulation 4 mm

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150 mm Intermediate Floor Decking, Concrete Fill

Steel Cap

Steel Angle to Support the Slab 250 mm Steel Stud with Batt Insulation 300 mm Steel Girder

300 mm Steel I-beam

Connection to Slab Scale 1 : 7.5


6 mm Toughened Glass Panel 6 mm Toughened Glass Panel 4 mm Adhesive Layer 4 mm Adhesive Layer 20 mm Sto Backing Board20 mm Sto Backing Board 55 mm Sto Substructure 40 mm Sto Substructure and Air Space 50 mm Rigid Insulation

55 mm Sto Substructure 40 mm Sto Substructure and Air Space 50 mm Rigid Insulation

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250 mm Steel Rigid Frame 250 mm Steel Rigid Fram 10 mm Drywall

10 mm Drywall

10 mm Plywood

10 mm Plywood

Vapor Barrier

Vapor Barrier

Sto Ventilation Z Profile Air Barrier 16 mm DensGlass Sheathing

Sto Ventilation Z Profile Air Barrier 16 mm DensGlass Sheathing

250 mm Steel Stud with Batt Insulation

250 mm Steel Stud with Batt Insulation

Black Granite Stone

Black Granite Stone

Waterproofing

Waterproofing

Board Insulation

Board Insulation

30 mm Protection Board 30 mm Protection Board Vapor Retarder Vapor Retarder

Drainage Layer

Drainage Layer

Gravel Bed, Compacted Soil Gravel Bed, Compacted S

Vapor Barrier

Vapor Barrier

Steel Rigid Frame Steel Rigid Frame Concrete Fill Concrete Fill Base Plate, Non-Shrink Grout Base Plate, Non-Shrink G

5% Slope

20 mm Concrete Floor Finish 20 mm Concrete Floor Fin 30 mm Floor Membrane 30 mm Floor Membrane

5% Slope

500 mm Concrete Floor 500 mm Concrete Floor

Isolation Joint

Isolation Joint

Weeping Tile

Weeping Tile

Drainage Layer

Drainage Layer

300 mm

300 mm

600 mm

600 mm

Connection to Grade Scale 1 : 15

Cant Strip Superstop Waterstop

Cant Strip Superstop Waterstop

600 mm Concrete Block 600 mm Concrete Block

945 mm

250 mm

Gravel Infill

250 mm

Gravel Infill

600 mm

600 mm

Anchor Rod, Leveling Nuts Anchor Rod, Leveling Nut

945 mm

250 mm Concrete Footing250 mm Concrete Footing


15 mm Roof Membrane 100 mm Board Insulation Steel Angle Vapor Barrier

Parapet Capping Ventilation Z Profile

15 mm Roof Membrane 30 mm Thermal Insulation 150 mm Board Insulation

Steel Angle Reinforcement Vapor Barrier 80 mm Hollow Steel Deck

80 mm Hollow Steel Deck

Steel Angle to Support Steel Deck

300 mm Steel Girder

250 mm Steel Stud with Batt Insulation

300 mm Steel I-beam

6 mm Toughened Glass Panel 4 mm Adhesive Layer 20 mm Sto Backing Board

55 mm Sto Substructure 40 mm Sto Substructure and Air Space 50 mm Rigid Insulation Air Barrier 16 mm DensGlass Sheathing

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Throughout the semester of working on FUZE Distillery I have created over 10 physical models of different scales. Pictures on the left is one of the structural models created, as well top right is one of the 1:250 sectional massing models created. The picture on the right features 1:200 sectional model made of mdf and acrylic. Also the photo features three massing models: two of which were made of cardboard and acrylic, and the last one was a wood massing. The picture features models selected for Ryerson Architectural Science Department Year End Show 2018. The show showcases selected works of students from Architectural Science Department, all works were chosen by faculty.


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This project is located across from Distillery District and is the mid rise building that incorporates a distillery, restaurant, retail and an academia of distilling arts. When creating the project I faced a challenge of creating a distillery on a historical site that is surrounded with new development. The idea was to create three separate buildings and leave east part of the original building untouched, while building a new addition on the west. By using different geometries and materials I wanted to emphasis the contrast between two buildings as a reflection of the whole neighborhood. The east building is rectangular and is made of brick. Whereas, the west building uses patina copper panels and is made up of triangular geometry. In addition, the third building on the north is a student centre and is the mix of both styles. As well, as you can see on the render to the right the predominant feature of west building is an atrium that overlooks the entrance to the distillery. ll

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Ground Floor Scale 1:600

1 Shipping and Receiving Area 2 General Storage 3 Classroom 4 Student Lounge 5 Staff Area for Retail 6 Retail Space 7 Artifacts Display Area 8 Staff Area 9 Offices

1 10 Distillery Lobby 11 Raw Material Storage for Vodka 12 Raw Material Storage for Whiskey 13 Bottling Area 14 Distilling and Filtering Area

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Restaurant

2nd Floor Scale 1:600

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1 Classroom 2 Staff Lounge 3 Office

Retail

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4 Retail Space 5 Preparation Area 6 Hot Cooking Area 7 Cold Cooking Area 8 Dishwasing Station 9 Dry Storage 10 Cold Storage 11 Offices 12 Garbage Room 13 Food Pick Up Area

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Distillery

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3rd Floor

4th Floor

1 Public Tasting Area

1 Rooftop Bar Lobby 2 Dinning Area 3 Bar 4 Food Receiving Area

2 Restaurant Lobby 3 Coat Check 4 Dinning 5 Food Receiving Area

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South Elevation

Scale 1:400

East Elevation


Interior Render. Overlooking Restaurant on the Second Floor

Interior Render. Overlooking the Entrance to Retail on Ground Floor

Exterior Render. South Elevation


Copper Mullions Window Frame

Hollow Street Truss Structure, covered with patina copper

Tinted Orange and Blue Windows

Metal Stud Wall

Exploded Axo Window Frame

Copper Mullion

Metal Studs

Copper Mesh

Detail Section 1 :10

Insulation

Steel Angle Connection

Metal Mesh. Patina Copper or Corten Steel

Hollow Steel Truss System

Copper Cover

Detail Elevation 1 : 75


Facade Axonometric

1 : 20 Wall Detail Model

1 : 250 Massing Model


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Ferran Adria is a restaurant chef who specializes in molecular gastronomy. His approach is all about experiencing the food instead of just absorbing it. Through molecular gastronomy he recreates classical dishes using traditional ingredients. I was fascinated with his ideas and creations and decided to design the restaurant that will isolate the visitor form the outside and concentrate their attention on experiencing the food. I created three separate voids by merging three rectangles together: the entrance, dining and kitchen. The parti shows that the most dominant void is dining, which also serves as the main representation of my concept. The space has no views to the outside. The only windows in the room are there to create the play of light on the dining walls during the day. While the exterior is composed of reflective steel which mimics the water and reflects the nearby landscape.

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1. Entrance 2. Dinning Area 3. Accessible Washrooms 4. Staff Washroom 11. Dishwashing 5. Staff Lockeroom Station 6. Staff Lounge 14 12. Preparation Area 7. Garbage Room 13. Hot Food Area 8. Storage Room 14. Cold Food AreaLegend: 9. Dry Food Storage 15. Food Pick Up 10. Cold Food 1. Entrance Station Storage 13

10. Cold Storage Room

2. Dining Area 3. Accesable Washrooms 4. Staff Washroom


East Elevation Scale 1:200

West Elevation Scale 1:200


Exterior Render

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Interior Photos of 1 : 50 Physical Model Light Study on June 21

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Exhibition Design: Herzog This project was created for “Herzog Germany�, a Germany based automotive mechanics supplier company. I was the lead designer for this project and was responsible for executing visuals, shop drawings and communicating with the client, project manager and the build team throughout the development of the design. This project was built and exhibited on MIMS 2017 in Moscow, Russia.

Photo during Construction


Floor Plan

Elevation


Exhibition Design: SEVCO SEVCO is a Russia based company which specializes in material-handling and loading equipment. This project was submitted for tender for “CEMAT 2017� exhibition in Moscow, Russia. The project was designed to exhibit three large equipments and create a memorable and bright brand for the company.


Floor Plan

Elevation


DAS Lounge Competition: TRIAD

TRIAD Kathleen Crisol, Diana Klissarova, Anna Kosichenko

TRIAD

This competition was hosted by Architecture Student Union in October 2017 and created to raise awareness about the lack of lounge spaces in Ryerson Architectural Science Building. For this competition I was the leader of the team and was in charge of organizing meetings, deadlines and communicating our results with the ACU. As well, created the final layout for the project, designed and developed “blue” part of this project.

The intent behind TRIAD is to create both private and public spaces, and to place them where they are Crisol, Diana Klissarova, needed most.Kathleen The three locations were chosen basedAnna on Kosichenko the needs and atmosphere of each floor. The The intent behind TRIAD is to create ground floorboth required seat-spaces, privatepublic and public ing the most,and whereas the third floor to place them where they are needed and most.was The three locations was more private mostly were chosenstudents. based on the used by architecture As needs and atmosphere of each floor. The such the largest and most commuground floor required public seatnal seating ing is located on the the botthe most, whereas third floor tom floor while most private, in- mostly wasthe more private and was used isby students. As dividual lounge onarchitecture the third floor. the largest and most commuTo serve as such a buffer between the nal seating is located on the bottwo, the multi-functional tom floor while the seating most private, inby the gallery is introduced. Each dividual lounge is on the third floor. To serve as atobuffer between the floor also corresponds a certain two, the multi-functional color and shape suitable to its na-seating the gallery is introduced. Each ture. These by colors were also chofloor also corresponds to a certain sen to reflectcolor both Ryerson and the and shape suitable to its naArchitectureture. faculty. The ground These colors were also chosen reflect both Ryerson and the floor is yellow totoreflect its dynamic Architecture faculty. Theofground ambiance while the bright red floor is yellow to reflect its dynamic the second floor lounge mirrors the ambiance while the bright red of gallery. Finally private floor thethe second floor third lounge mirrors the gallery. Finally blue. the private third floor uses calm and relaxing uses calm and relaxing blue.

the colour yellow to r flect the dynamic an energetic nature of th space. It provides an o portunity for the ma people in the area to u Locatedseating on the ground able to accom floor is the design based modate their numbers. on rectangles. It uses is flexible and the colour yellow to re-doesn’t lim a single co flect theit people dynamic to and energetic nature of the figuration. space. It provides an opportunity for the many people in the area to use seating able to accommodate their numbers. It is flexible and doesn’t limit people to a single configuration.


Right by the Paul H. Cocker Right by the Paul H. Cocker Gallery, our intervention Gallery, allows our intervention allows the space to become the even space to become even more flexible with both compact more flexible with both compact and spread out possibilities. and The spread out possibilities. The design draws inspirationdesign from draws inspiration from the triangles found on the thefeatriangles found on the feature wall just south of the gallery ture wall just south of the gallery as well as the bright red already as well as the bright red already used within the space. used within the space.

In order to respect how this In order part to of respect the building how isthis part of the building is used this design is aimed to used blend thisindesign when isnot aimed in use, to blend in when not in use, to prevent impeding the to operations prevent impeding of the gallery. the operations of the gallery. When the seats are locked When into the wall, seats itare looks locked like into the wall, it looks like a uniform wall and doesn’t a interfere uniform wall withand circulation. doesn’t interfere with circulation. Their placement on the wall Their corresponds placementtoon the the vivid wall corresponds to the vivid coulors of the reveled wallcoulors at the back. of theThe reveled way they wall at the back. The way they are secured is shown in the are diagram securedthe is shown right. Addiin the diagram the right. Additionally different amounts tionally of seatsdifferent can be amounts removedof seats can be removed allowing for various configurations, allowing for as various seen in configurations, the dias seen in the diagrams to the left. agrams to the left.

The work oriented environment on the 3rd floor calls for a more private, calm atmosphere. As such the design draws on circles and the colour blue to evoke a higher degree of comfort and privacy. In order to facilitate relaxation, plugs and a carpeted floor were included in order to create a distinct boundary and a more attractive resting spot.

The work oriented environment on the 3rd floor calls for a more private, calm atmosphere. As such the design draws on circles and the colour blue to evoke a higher degree of comfort and privacy. In order to facilitate relaxation, plugs and a carpeted floor were included in order to create a distinct boundary and a more attractive resting spot.


+1 647 870 1699 kosichenkoanna@gmail.com

Architectural Works 2018  

Personal and Professional Project by an Architectural Science Student at Ryreson University, Toronto.

Architectural Works 2018  

Personal and Professional Project by an Architectural Science Student at Ryreson University, Toronto.

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