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Portfolio Aleksandra Urbańczyk


Copyright by: Aleksandra Urbańczyk, Berlin 2017


Table of content

Selected academic projects:

Extension of Berlinische Galerie

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Technische Universität Berlin, 3rd SS MSc 2017

Modular buildings production

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Technische Universität Berlin, 2nd WS MSc 2016/17

Multi-storey car park

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Gdańsk University of Technology, 1st SS MS 2016

Student dormitory

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Gdańsk University of Technology, 7th WS BSc 2015/16

Reconstruction of Rudolf Belling sculpture Technische Universität Berlin, 2nd WS MSc 2016/17

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Extension of Berlinische Galerie INSIDE OUT 3rd term MSc Summer Semester 2017 FGL Technische Universität Berlin supervisors: Prof. Matthias von Ballestrem, Jan-Oliver Kunze, Lena Wimmer, Marta Fernandez collaboration: Clara Almanza, Nils Otto location: Berlin Kreuzberg, Deutschland

The theme of the design studio was the archiver extension of the Berlinische Galerie in Berlin-Kreuzberg. This design task was based on the real necessity of expanding the museum and assumed real planning. At present, a feasibility study on the future project was underway. Berlinische has the public mission of collecting art, architecture and photography and, as far as possible, making it accessible to an audience. This archiving issiue is steadily growing and an expansion of the depot is now necessary for this collection. The INSIDE OUT proposed the new part of Berlinische Galerie which is accessible both from inside and outside. Main focuse is on creating such a extension of depot, which allowed people to get directly in touch with art and architecture. Project shows possibilities how to ďŹ nd the new way to access the building and also invites visitors to explore and participate. The new building brings the main character of the interior to the exterior by giving a small taste.

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Urban context model and functional program To respect the surrounding area the place for an extension was chosen on the site of a former car park.

Facade filters 1 - transparent: employees part, 2 - translucent: schaudepot, exhibition, 3 - closed: depot

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Long section perspective through schaudepot

Cross section with Berlinische Galerie

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Facade details and section

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Models: urban context, section with schaudepot, staircase detail

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Ground floor

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Front facade with the entrance to the new part of Berlinische Galerie

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Modular buildings production RE-SKINNING 2nd MSc Winter Semester 2017 CHORA Technische Universität Berlin supervisors: Prof. Raoul Bunschoten Liss C. Werner, Georg Hubmann, Meram-Irina Pienaru collaboration: Miguel Delgado, Laura Diaz, Agata Hinca location: Berlin, Deutschland

Project aims to design another stage of usage for the Tempelhof building with the goal to spread its impact all over the city. The task was ďŹ rstly to turn the building into a public design-site for the conception, prototyping, and show case production of modular construction systems and advanced digital manufacturing. Secondly, create new housing typologies for Berlin, in the 60 newly declared sites. Project is focused on creating modules with the function of a skin. An element that protected while allowing breathing and cleaning its interior, an element that interacted between two worlds adapting to all possibilities. This element as a form of coating of the building, would not only serve for new constructions, but would be applicable to any already existing urban element.

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SHOWROOM Hangar 6 CONTROL

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logistic hub customer center showroom construction workshop exhibition seminar room

Production line of modules in the former Tempelhof Airport 10


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Design proposal on Karl Marx Allee 93 11


Variations of panels and building proposal on Karl Marx Allee 12


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Green areas increase: and purifying the air Module net that allows the growth of climbing plants

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Multi-level parking LASTADIA 1st MSc Winter Semester 2015/2016 KAMIP Gdańsk University of Technology supervisors: prof. Marek Gawdzik, Tomasz Szymański collaboration: Justyna Breś, Maria Ratasiewicz location: Gdańsk Śródmieście, Poland

automatic parking

terrace

communication

gastronomy

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The purpose of the project was to design public car park to meet increasing demand for spaces to park both for residents and visitors in the most efficient use of the plot. Task was based on the real needs in cooperation with Gdańsk city authorities. Lastiada is a project that combines respect for tradition and the pursuit of freshness and modernity. By using the latest technology and fitting the outer garment to the context of the place, the project fully reflects the characteristic spirit of Gdansk. It is a city rich in history and green areas, and at times thriving. The main design idea is to refer to the historic architecture of Gdansk for centuries, using the traditional brick method. The multi-storey car park is design in fully automated technology and has 211 parking spots. Provides space saving parking by stacking cars side by side and on top of each other to a high rack storage system. The optimised system configuration features up to 3 parking rows both to the right and to the left of the storage and retrieval system, and 6 parking levels stacked on top of one another. 15


View from Lastadia street 16


Construction axonometry

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Repetitive floor

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Western elevation

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Eastern elevation

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View of the southern part of the building with the garden

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Dormitory TUWIMA 7th BSc Winter Semester 2015/2016 KAM Gdańsk University of Technology supervisor: prof. Andrzej Rożeński individual work location: Gdańsk Aniołki, Poland

The aim of the project was to design a student house and prepare a technical drawings of plans, sections and details.Includes the development of the design, installation system, technologies, specifications, technical equipment and the construction of the building in detail. The site area consists of three separate plots, which determined untypical build – up line based on building regulations. The dormitory has three storeys above ground level and one underground garage with technical facilities. The first and second floors are part of living area with students rooms and shared spaces. Additionally on the second floor in the south-east part, there is a public terrace with a playground, surrounded by a safety net. During the academic year the building is inhabited by students, while in summer it can function as a hotel.

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Southern facade technology: facade panels EQUITONE tectiva- color RAL 7032, plaster Torggler EKOR 94 color - RAL 9003 color, facade glazing in the Stabalux ZL-H system

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Rudolf Belling’s reconstruction TISCHBRUNNEN 2nd MSc Winter Semester 2017 Modell und Desig,Technische Universität Berlin supervisors: Annette Müller, Burkhard Lüdtke collaboration: Agata Hinca, Irina Kaiser, Nils Otto location: Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart,Berlin, Deutschland

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The task was to reconstruct Rudolf’s Belling sculptures for an exhibition in Hamburger Banhof Museum in Berlin. Rudolf Belling was one of the most important German sculptors of classical modernism. The seemingly futuristic tiered fountain was designed in the cubist style for the famous Goldstein Villa in Grunewald. The table fountain was designed in 1924 and implemented for the house Goldstein. The original was lost in national socialism and has been preserved only in the form of photographs. The aim was to build two models of fonntain in 1:1 scale. First functional where the water cycle has been reconstructed in a 3d drawings and tested,second using materials that corresponds to the original design. 23


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