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ALEXANDRA KASHINA Architect / Urbanist Bauhaus University Weimar Tongji University Shanghai Moscow Architectural Institute +49 (177) 6122742 a.alexandra.kashina@gmail.com


ALEXANDRA KASHINA

architect / urbanist

PERSONAL Date of birth Place of birth

January 21st, 1993 Izhevsk (Russia)

CONTAC TS Weimar, Germany a.alexandra.kashina@gmail.com +49 (177) 6122742 www.linkedin.com/in/alexandra-kashina

E DUCAT ION 2017 - 2019

Tongji University Shanghai, China College of Architecture and Urban Planning (CAUP) (M. Eng. Urban and Rural Planning)

2016 - 2018

Bauhaus Universität Weimar, Germany Architecture and Urbanism (M.Sc. Advanced Urbanism) Thesis: "THE DEATH AND REBIRTH OF SOCIALIST PUBLIC SPACES.

2011 - 2016

The case of Alexanderplatz, Berlin".

Moscow Architectural Institute, Russia (State Academy) BA Architecture Diploma: "MIXED-USED DEVELOPMENT.

Serebryanicheskaya quay of Yauza River in Moscow"

WOR K E XP ERIENCE 04/2013 - 08/2014

06/2012 - 07/2012

Complimentary: 06/2013 - 09/2013

NABAD Design (Moscow, Russia) architect Technical drawing and design;

Participation in the creation of the facade solutions; Participation at all stages of the project; Verification of compliance with current legislation

Modeling in 3ds Max Project: Sports and recreational complex in Ashgabat

Project: Open multi-storey parking garage for the "SPARTAK" stadium complex

ICUBE (Moscow, Russia) Internship

Work & Travel (USA, Hawaii, Maui, Kihei)


PUBLICAT I ON

Multi-storey apartment building published on www.archi.ru as one of the best student projects Link: bit.ly/2KTluMC

COM PET IT IONS 05/2019 - 08/2019

EUROPAN 15 Productive Cities 2: Resources - Mobility - Equity Sweden - Borås - Gässlösa

02/2019 - 03/2019

Beyond Bauhaus - Prototyping the Future Creative vision - Sustainability - Potential social impact Deutschland - Land der Ideen - Bauhaus 100

CONFERENCE 06/2018

9th Urban Space and Social Life Development and Heritage: Present, Past, and Future Participation with the project in the сonference Corvinus University of Budapest, Hungary

SKI LLS LANGUAGES Mother tongue Other languages

COMPUTER SKILLS drafting/design modeling rendering graphics editors video editing skills microsoft office

STRENGT HS

Russian English (fluent) German (A.2) French (A.1) Mandarin (A.1) Revit, AutoCAD, Vectorworks (average), ArchiCAD (basic) 3ds Max, Revit, SketchUp, Rhino+Grasshopper (basic) VRay, 3ds Max, Revit Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, Lightroom Sony Movie Video Platinum; IMovie

Converting thoughts and ideas into a simple, understandable, structured and well-designed form; Abstract and lateral thinking; Creating compelling presentation slides; Detail oriented; Hand drawing; Interpersonal; Positive attitude; Team work


CONTENT


P2P-PLUGIN TO PRODUCE

MIX-USED DEVELOPMENT

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Borås, Sweden 2019 EUROPAN 15 Competition

Moscow, Russia 2016 Moscow Architectural Institute BA Architect

RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT

URBAN METABOLISM

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Moscow, Russia 2015 Moscow Architectural Institute BA Architect

Wurer, Ethiopia 2017 Bauhaus University Weimar M.Sc. Advanced Urbanism

SYMBOLIC ECONOMY

CONCERT HALL

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Shanghai, China 2018 TONGJI University M.Eng. Urban Planning & Design

Moscow, Russia 2015 Moscow Architectural Institute BA Architect

ART MUSEUM

CAR PARK FOR "SPARTAK"

07 Moscow, Russia 2014 Moscow Architectural Institute BA Architect

08 Moscow, Russia 2014 NABAD Design Architect


INTRODUCTION Borås, Sweden 2019 WHAT THEME CENTRAL THEMATIC CONCEPTS TASK

EUROPAN 15 - Sweden - Borås - Gässlösa Productive Cities 2 - Changing Methabolism Resources, Mobility and Equity. A new balance must be found between the relations , processes, flows and multiple forces of the sites that are large and contain a variety of agents with long and short-term cycles, and far-reaching ecological, economic and territorial implications. To plan a sustainable neighbourhood that can grow along the river Viskan, making good use of the river, parks and nearby recreational areas

SIZE STATUS

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STRATEGIC SITE: PROJECT SITE:

720 ha 58 ha

competition group work

COMPUTER PROGRAMS

SketchUp, Rhino + Grasshopper, AutoCAD, Illustrator, InDesign, Photoshop, Google Earth

LEARNED SKILLS

Self-management Research and estimating, field observation Collaboration - idea exchange, teamwork, meeting with the city' representatives Experimenting and innovation Visual communication - isometric diagrams

The productive city showcases unfiltered, how a lively city is being consumed, inhabited and shaped. Which components are pushed to the fringes, out of our sight so we can simply take in modern life? Gässlösa does not hide away, but rather confronts the underlying work for the existence and the making of a mixed-used, lively cityscape. Natural resources are safe-guarded, electricity is produced where possible, products are manufactured, food processed, old materials re-used and recycled locally, inhabitants engage across social lines. The goal of a ‘vibrant’ urban environment contains a set of strong contrasts:

between the calm and soft (public spaces, forest, water, hills, cultural activities), and the loud and hard (recycling yard, metal- wood workshops, industrial heritage, political organisation). Inhabitants, actors and visitors are exposed to the work and effort it takes to produce balanced high-living standards . The post-industrialist city does not rely on one or a few linear actors or systems. This city takes with joy the responsibility for its own production - not only of classic (materialistic oriented) value production but of social and knowledge based exchanges.


EUROPAN 15 - Productive Cities 2

P2P - PLUGIN 2 PRODUCE

HOW TO MINIMIZE CONSUMPTION AND CONTAMINATION? HOW CAN WE BETTER SHARE RESOURCES? HOW CAN WE INTEGRATE MOBILITY AND ACCESSIBILITY INTO PRODUCTIVE TERRITORIES? HOW CAN WE CONNECT SOCIAL AND SPATIAL ELEMENTS? HOW CAN WE CREATE PRODUCTIVE BALANCE BETWEEN TERRITORIES?


CONCEPTUAL PLAN


URBAN DESIGN CONCEPT BUILDING STRUCTURE

MOBILITY

Main roads Fast bike-lanes (w. pathways) Local pathways pedestrian

New buildings Preserved buildings

EQUITY

FUNCTIONAL MIX

Public Manufacturing Social institutions & services Commercial Office Housing

Public Collective Private

GREEN STRUCTURE

Urban greenery Wild nature/recreational Green connections

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WATER CONSERVATION

River Viskan Riparian Barrier Water retention & basins Rain and water flow


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SCALES OF METABOLISM L

The Plugin 2 Produce (P2P) is a typology which is added to a quarter in order to increase productivity. The P2P is plugged into an urban block, containing three parts: A reproductive-, a social- and an economic core. It has no set out form or function, as it serves to balance the social and economic needs of the close neighborhood while reproducing and preserving water and energy - with a high built density. The P2P aims to safeguard a mix of uses and users, and for the citizens to positively engage in helping realize the development of Gässlösa. Plugins are spread out in a larger network, housing a broad knowledge base, diversity of skill levels, age and experience, will and capacity to contribute to an urban environment.

PRODUCTIVITY FOR GROWTH

The preservation of the riverbank and its iodiversity

Reproduction Social Resource Economic

INDUSTRIAL HERITAGE

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REPRODUCTIVE CORE

The preservation of the riverbank and its biodiversity

Harvesting rain water, grey water reuse, composting and storage of solar power. Informing on the consumption and production.

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The preservation of the riverbank and its iodiversity

Day care centres, community kitchens and living rooms; The decrease in consumption of ‘private spaces‘, thereby reducing construction and increasing density

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Simulating the storm water runoff to identify and create a natural reservoirs with capacity for water retention and conservation

Co-working spaces for early stage professionals and new businesses

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GREEN HERITAGE

SOCIAL REPRODUCTION

Local Growth Global Exchange

1 PRODUCTIVE NETWORK

Decentralization of the post-industrial manufacturing

2 RESILIENT COMMUNITIES

The collectivization of the neighborhood

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A FLOOD-RISK ZONE

RESILIENT GREEN BLUE NETWORK

CO-PRODUCTION

ECONOMIC PRODUCTION

The large public reservoirs and the distributed rain water harvesting system, biodiversity, wetlands, forests and a network of urban farms

Small retail-, co-working- and service spaces

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COLLAGE

MULTIFUNCTIONAL AMPHITHEATRE AND RETENTION POND

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GROWTH PHASE 1 Initiation

Consumption Materials Nodes Preserved buildings Water Water revealed Demolition Old connections New connections

Energy Food Water

Production

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PHASE 2

Densification

Consumption Materials Energy

Nodes Existing buildings New buildings Water Water revealed Demolition Old connections New connections

Food Water

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PHASE 3

Intensification

Consumption Materials Nodes Existing buildings New buildings Water Water revealed Old connections New connections

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COLLAGE

INNER COURTYARD ATELIERS

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PLUGINS FOR PRODUCTION HOUSING SOUTH Social

Economic

Community

Social

Economic

ATELIERS AND WORKSHOPS

Community


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ISOMETRIC DIAGRAM

Social

Community

Economic

PERFORMANCE/TECH HALL

Social

Economic

Commun.

HOUSING NORTH


INTRODUCTION Moscow, Russia 2016 WHAT TASK

create a mix-use development in the center of Moscow which might solve the excisting problems.

SIZE:

0,8 hectares

UNIVERSITY STATUS

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mix-used development

Moscow Architectural Institute BA diploma student project individual work

COMPUTER PROGRAMS

Revit, AutoCAD, 3ds Max, VRay, Photoshop

LEARNED SKILLS

Land analysis and estimation Integration to the existing surroundings Development of the area Design Concepts Building Code (for different building types) Building Construction and Systems Architectural Rendering / Visualisation

The subject of the project is a mix-used development, located on Serebryanicheskaya quay of Yauza River in Moscow.

Currently, this 0,8 ha site is occupied by a dyeing and finishing factory, as well as two-story office buildings.

The complex includes a hotel, business center, fitness center with swimming pool and building for children care. The goal was to create dynamic and comfortable living environment, well accessible for pedestrians, adjust the object into the existing architectural environment, not "citing" it, but introducing a new, thereby enriching it.

Relevance:

The main idea of the complex is close to the "coliving" concept, providing accessible temporary residence space for people of different ages and marital status with the opportunity to fully work and rest.

Inefficient use of the territory has led to the fact that now the neighborhood "lives" only during working hours of located here offices, shops, etc. In the evening and at night, the place is getting empty, creating a spatial gap both in the panorama of the embankment and in the structure of ArtHouse and of the city. To solve this problem the design project consists of the public space as well as 62% of the built-up area are residential uses.


MIX-USED DEVELOPMENT


ANALYSIS

GREENERY


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ANALYSIS

BUILDING HEIGHT (m)

BUILD-UP ENVIRONMENT (%)

DENSITY (1000 m2/ha)

TRANSPORT SCHEME

LAND USE MAP


DETAIL OF THE FACADE FACADE

SECTION

PLAN

PROBLEM Moscow is several times more densely built-up city than other cities in the world. At the same time, the number of roads and their area is several times less than in other cities. Most offices and commercial areas are concentrated in the center of Moscow, while most of the residential housing areas are located on the outskirts of the city. In the central area of Moscow, the high cost per square

meter of housing contributed to the "club" type design of residential buildings, which are closed for the life of the city - "ghosts neighborhoods" with deserted streets. Therefore, the construction of affordable housing for long-term temporary residence with the opportunity to work, rest and be close to children without spending much time reaching home is quite an urgent problem.


FUNCTIONS hotel business center sport center child care

MASTER PLAN

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SECTION

SECTION HOTEL The prevalence of standard rooms at an affordable price, the project also provides double rooms and 2 penthouses on the roof.

NIGHT 3D VIEW


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FACADE ELEVATION

The composition of the complex made it possible to create an active life in the central square surrounded by cafes, recreation areas and a sports complex. The complex is provided with parking for 116 cars, as well as bicycle parking, bike rental, and the usable roof space. PLAN

ground floor


INTRODUCTION Moscow, Russia 2015 WHAT

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residential site with recreational leisure zone

TASK

The project of the district development which includes a residential and general use areas. The design defines a spatial development solution and holistic landscaping to ensure the sustainable development of the urban areas and the formation of a favorable living environment for residents.

SIZE:

53,2 hectares

UNIVERSITY STATUS COMPUTER PROGRAMS LEARNED SKILLS

The main objectives: 1. To demonstrate the integrated approach of the housing problems solution in the conditions of reconstruction and development of residential areas; 2. To ensure the development and accessibility of the public centers' system and public service facilities; 3. To ensure the ecological safety of the living environment and the sustainability of the natural regions; 4. To ensure the reliability and safety of transport and engineering infrastructures; 5. To demonstrate the cultural continuity of urban planning decisions; spatial unity, aesthetic expression, harmony, and environmental diversity in the design project.

Moscow Architectural Institute student project individual work AutoCAD, 3ds Max, VRay, Photoshop Supporting the current morphology Consideration of the existing relief and nature Zoning Codes

Description of the project: Located in the north-west of Moscow, the site of this residential district is divided into two parts by Lihoborka river. There is vast park zone in district's territory. The decision was determined by the presence of the park zone and proximity to the river. That influenced to volumetric-spatial analysis. Building heights are reducing to the river, to make sure it is visible from other buildings. In addition to height, buildings are more slender and dispose apart. The district mainly is built with city blocks. Consumer services and cultural service institutions are located on ground floors of residential buildings. There is office block on district's area. The social center is located near park zone and the main road.


RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT


RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT


03 GENERAL SCHEME OF PLOTS MASTER PLAN

1. TRANSPORT SCHEME 2. GREENERY MAP 3. ACCESSABILITY:

NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN


INTRODUCTION Wurer, Ethiopia 2018 WHAT TASK

SIZE: UNIVERSITY STATUS

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COMPUTER PROGRAMS LEARNED SKILLS

Wurer - small rural ethiopian town how far urban metabolism can respond to the development and needs of small cities in Ethiopia. 11 km2 Bauhaus University Weimar student project group work Rhino + Grasshopper, AutoCAD, Illustrator, Photoshop, Google Earth, Power Point Research and estimating Collaboration - group work Programming (Space Syntax) Problem solving Divergent thinking Proposal and analysis of different scenarios Visual communication - graphic design

This study project is aiming to approach the complexity and the interrelations of the different components that a city contains or that should be taken into consideration for a sustainable and holistic planning proposal. The goal is not to provide a unique solution for the city of Wurer but to highlight the potentials and the limitations that experts of different fields have to face from the phase of planning and design to this of maturity and further growth.

In contrast, this project aims to concentrate on how the distribution of the necessary utilities predominantly water - can shape the form of the city. The goal is to show the possibilities and the complications of such an approach, but also to highlight the importance these utilities can have for the diversity of urban qualities that define the attractiveness of the city to persons with different needs and expectations.

While every proposal should take into account both the reproductive and productive activities in the framework of a city, Wurer offers a challenge, as its current situation could be described as rural. Any plan of further economic development should be based on cohesive regional planning, where the complexity of small cities of the region will offer complementary and not competitive economic activities, and further examination is required for this purpose.

WATER AS A DRIVING FORCE FOR DEVELOPMENT As water is of absolute necessity for the majority of the inhabitants of the area, its provision could use as the initial factor to attract population. The efficient and sustainable use of water could function as the driving force for the development of the population and the economy of the city and consequently of the physical form of the city.


HOW CAN WATER PROVISION SHAPE THE URBAN FORM? WATER AS A DRIVING FORCE FOR DEVELOPMENT


ANALYSIS

AGRICULTURE agricultural land stone areas near the rivers EXISTING ROADS & ELECTRICITY existing main & secondary roads electricity lines EXISTING WATER SYSTEM 2 rivers shaped the city floating areas (200m) existing water pipes & taps TERRAIN amount of water

TOPOGRAPHY almost flat low - lying areas near rivers

SATELLITE current settlement


ANALYSIS

FOCUS

TOPOGRAPHIC SECTION OF THE LINE CONNECTING WURER WITH DARESH SHET WATER SOURCE

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WATER FORCE

The section shows that Daresh Shet source could serve as a potable water provider to the city, as it short distance and the differnece of the altitude permit a low-cost, technically possible connection.

CURRENT LAND USE MAP DISTRIBUTION OF WATER

DENSITY: high medium low

attract different people DIFFERENT URBAN FORMS

BETWEENNESS

CLOSINESS

Our primary objective is to examine the possible outcomes of the city form, depending on the different distribution of water utilities, mainly the drinking water distribution points.


SCENARIOS CONCEPT 1

SCENARIO 1: DENSE NETWORK TAPS: Community taps function as local centers attracting density. VARIETY: The overlapping of the serving areas brings a variety of different urban qualities, which could attract different activities and cover different needs.

CONCEPT 2

SCENARIO 2: SPREAD NETWORK WALKABILITY: The water walkability distance is considered to maximum 400 meters. CENTERS: More than one center even though one of them is the most prominent. LAND USE: Facilities and land uses around the city were set according to multiple segments in the benchmarking model.

CONCEPT 3

SCENARIO 3: EXTENDED NETWORK (further growth) POTENTIAL: The potential growth of the city, if it followed the 2nd scenario. SETTLEMENTS: How the existing settlements might be affected and strengthened by the city. OUTCOME: The new city will attract agriculture-related industry and more workshops.


SCENARIO I

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INTRODUCTION Shanghai, China 2018 WHAT TASK SIZE UNIVERSITY STATUS

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Xinhua Road Residential District, Shanghai Symbolic city: creating the Symbol (a strong identity) + Economy (a vibrant, attractive place) 1,2 km2 TONGJI University student project group work

COMPUTER PROGRAMS

Rhino + Grasshopper, AutoCAD, Power Point, Illustrator, Photoshop, Google Earth, Sony Vegas

LEARNED SKILLS

Research and estimating, field observation Collaboration - group work Symbolic economy - economic and cutural development Visual communication - graphic design Abstract representation - video

VIDEO:

Part I Part II

Social Mapping: https://youtu.be/vpnO4lLCE0U Subculture Resilience | Grasshopper monitoring system: https://youtu.be/t4GExu5QkCk

PARTICIPATION Budapest, HU 2018

Conference: 9th Urban Space and Social Life Development and Heritage: Present, Past, and Future

The fast-paced mass scale planning and its topdown implementation is a pertinent question when it comes to the resilience of the cities. The acute urban growth situation in the developing cities of China faces the problem of a refusal of cultural diversity, postulates the cultural dispossession of minority communities. Next, to the challenges of integration, inequality, and discrimination, the new diversity can be a significant resource for the cities - economics, quality of life, creativity.

also lead to the blurring of existing communities, which embody centuries-old traditions. The local lifestyle, the convenient shop around the corner, the guy who brings your newspaper, all that are the heritage of a locality are under threat. The acknowledgment of these local quirks and practices by bringing them forward by affirmations made in planning can help them from disappearing. Here the locality is taken as a unit where its stakeholders: the planners, the neighborhood association and the local governance partakes in a conversation to protect and facilitate the identified milieu that is in danger of dying out.

The mass-scale ÂŤredrawingÂť of the city changes not only an urban shell, with revisions in the environment and habitual lifestyle, but it can


SYMBOLIC CITY HOW SUBCULTURE CAN BE RESILIENT ENOUGH TO EMBRACE OR COUNTER GENTRIFICATION?


METHODOLOGY LITERATURE REVIEW symbolic economy creative class subculture

BASE FOR THE FRAMEWORK

CATEGORIZE THE INTERESTS OF VARIOUS GROUPS

SURVEY building typologies business age income level

MILIEU STUDIES utilized to further the information through numerous site visits

INTERESTS OF DIFFERENT GROUPS

LOCATIONS FREQUENTED BY INDIVIDUALS

ACTIVITY MAP by cellphone data

SYSTEM OF ADJECTIVES / ATTRIBUTES applicable to: different social milieus different amenity types

RELATIONAL FRAMEWORK for intergroup & group-amenity relations

APPLIED IN THE DESIGN PROCESS

GRASSHOPPER PROTOTYPE computational monitoring & decision support

URBAN DESIGN PROJECT


SWOT ANALYSIS

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SWOT ANALYSIS OF THE CURRENT PROJECT AREA

existing subcultures diversity prosperous areas youth population, tourist attraction urban fabric, humain scale, walkability landmarks

loss of diversity increasing social segregation rent increases loss of traditional lifestyle values

ongoing gentrification segregation of communities spatial segregation attractions purely commercial

prosperity dynamic, fast changing, temporality integrate and expand local cultures expanding visitor base able to attract from a large geographical area

SWOT ANALYSIS OF THE PROJECT

increased diversity of amenities amenities for local lifestyle adaptability of use reinforced creative industry collective spaces neighbourhood association

changing visions of neighbourhood association lack participation of local community inevitable gentrification tedious to use amenities

changing existing businesses unfamiliar with area lack of local participation in creation of project

control gentrification social cohesion creation of community identity rehabilitation of local lifestyles acceptance of local lifestyles


GOALS ECONOMIC

LOCAL

Prosperity; More creative industry for tax revenue; Job creation; Creative attract wealthier clientele; Economic diversity, multiple job sectors, resiliency; Service value added

Association to decide pop up shops and make overall decisions; Conflict resolution; Diversity in consumers; Community identity

SOCIAL

CULTURAL

APPLICATION

FACILITATE NEW

Induce creative economy; Highlight and retain existing values and interconnect, integrate, resiliency; Tolerance and comfort

EVALUATION SOCIAL MILIEUS

SUBCULTURE TRADITIONAL

Tolerance and comfort; Wash areas increase social cohesion; Diversity; Exposure to new lifestyles

AMENITIES

MODERN

MONITORING SYSTEM

REINFORCE EXISTING

MAP HOT-SPOTS

DECISIONS

POLICY FRAMEWORK NEIGHBORHOODS + GOVERNMENT + URBAN PLANNERS

DIVERSE AMENITIES RENTED TEMPORARY

PERMANENT BUSINESSES


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ANALYSIS HOT-SPOT MOVEMENT HEAT MAP

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12:00

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weekday movement

migrant workers

value consumers

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SOCIAL MILIEU

materialistic mainstream

12:00

19:00

weekend movement

hedomaterialists

ambitious achievers

DAY-TIME MOVEMENT

affluent elite

NIGHT-TIME MOVEMENT

CULTURAL CONSUMPTION AND PRODUCTION C'S BAR

CREATIVITY PHOTOGRAPHY COLUMBIAN HUDEC I-TATTOO WORKSHOP STUDIO CLUB MUSEUM

SCULPTURE SITE

FILM ART FURNITURE ART CENTER SHOP GALLERY

EXISTING

HAPPINESS ALLEY

LILONG AREA

DADA CLUB

THE PEONY PAVILLION

NIUQIAO ROAD

HERITAGE SITE

LILONG AREA

HUASHAN PARK

PROPOSAL

GUIGUAN BUSINESS CENTER


GRASSHOPPER MODEL MONITORING & DECISION-SUPPORT SYSTEM FUNCTIONS

to evaluate and guide the neighborhood associations for the future decisions to find a balance between target parameters and goal dimensions

PROTOTYPE An “inspector” can be placed at various points on the 3D map to test the defined and adjusted proposals.

Currently the model evaluates three target goals: Preservation Diversity Attraction Potential: Social distance Tolerance Values between groups

target parameters

diversity inclusiveness

preserving neighborhoods location-factor for target groups cohesion

target parameters

AMENITIES AS A TOOL OF INTERVENTION AMENITIES

nexus in shaping urban & social landscape points of attraction, human interaction & exchange

A TOOL FOR THE DEFINING SOCIAL GROUPS & AMENITIES ATTRIBUTES

to guide implementation of the model to rationalize the achievement of target parameters Potential

Alternative Traditional Utilitarian Fancy Shabby Avant Garde LBX Chic Trendy

Potential


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RENDERS The pictures below show one of variation of pop-up shop/ constructions for temporary renting out which could have different types of use depending on the community needs. For example: 2 - a temporary cheese shop 3 - a temporary knitting club

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APPLICATION DESCRIPTIVE SCENARIO NIUQIAO ROAD to integrate chinese culture and modern subculture OBJECTIVE

to implement amenities based on chinese daily life and needs to reinvigorate this street and highlight the chinese culture

PEDESTRIANIZATION OF THE ROAD TRANSFORMABILITY a plaza that can be changed regarding to different needs and uses a place to rest - convene - entertain - meet PROPOSAL

AMENITIES AND POP-UP SHOPS adding amenities and pop-up shops with the Chinese spirit but upgrading it to integrate and open it for other contemporary forms of modern subcultures INTEGRATION the street has amenities arranged based on ascension of cultural consumption and introduction of subcultures for different interest groups

PLAN Proposed amenities & pop-up shops


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RENDERS

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niuqiao road implementation niuqiao road transformability stage, place to rest 5 - transformability tribune

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INTRODUCTION Moscow, Russia 2015 WHAT TASK

SIZE: UNIVERSITY

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STATUS COMPUTER PROGRAMS LEARNED SKILLS

Concert hall create a concert hall for 1700 person with lecture room, event space, cafe, artist’s rooms 6.500 m2 Moscow Architectural Institute student project individual work Revit, 3ds Max, V-Ray, AutoCAD, Photoshop. BIM modeling Acoustics - reverberation Development of the area Design Concepts Building Code Building Construction and Systems Architectural Rendering / Visualisation

Design of the concert hall The concert hall is located on the west of Moscow center, near Smolenskaya metro station. The program for concert hall includes an auditorium for 1700 person, lecture room, event space, cafe, artists and practical rooms. Expanded into a 110-meter long building is divided into three different parts to create human-scale proportions. Each of the three buildings’ parts is developed uniquely. The small lecture building which leaning on sturdy

steel construction faces the carriageway. The main center part includes a grand auditorium which could hold 1700 people. The multi-facetted transparent facade is developed according to the idea of a «theatre is not a mirror, but a big magnifying glass.» Passers-by could observe visitors in waiting for performance, capturing their eye by reflecting city and sunlight with each panel. Thus, the function of the theatre embodies in the crystalline facade.


CONCERT HALL


3D VIEW

SECTION OF THE CONCERT HALL

FRAGMENT OF THE FACADE


FACADE

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PLAN | ground floor

PLAN | first floor

PLAN | second floor


INTRODUCTION Moscow, Russia 2014 WHAT TASK

create the exhibition galleries, space for events, cafĂŠ, working studios and visual media center

SIZE:

2.500 m2

UNIVERSITY

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Museum of contemporary art

STATUS COMPUTER PROGRAMS LEARNED SKILLS

Moscow Architectural Institute student project individual work AutoCAD, 3ds Max, V-Ray, Photoshop. Architectural Rendering / Visualisation Stress tolerance - work in tight deadlines Development of the area Design Concepts Building Code Building Construction and Systems

Design of the concert hall

The idea of the building

Museum is located on Plushiha Street not so far from Moscow center. The building silhouette is determined by the oblong triangular site.

The body of the building consists of several cubes, which are strung abreast. Composed as museum galleries which arches over a public square. The material of the glazed exhibition part is U-glass that provides scattering lighting and soft shades.

There are temporary and permanent exhibitions holding a place in the museum building.


MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART


3D VIEWS


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FACADE

ELEVATION

PLAN | first floor

MASTERPLAN

PLAN | second floor

PLAN | third floor - main exhibition


INTRODUCTION Moscow, Russia 2013-2014 WHAT

Open multi-storey car park for the «Spartak» stadium complex

TASK

Design of the two car park buildings with 750 VIP parking lots.

SIZE:

1.000 m2

COMPANY STATUS

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COMPUTER PROGRAMS PARTICIPATION

LEARNED SKILLS

NABAD Design Built AutoCAD, 3DsMax, Photoshop Technical drawing and design; Creation of the facade solutions Participation at all stages of the project Verification of compliance with current legislation Collaboration - group work Working experience Collaboration with engineers

HOW TO ENSURE A GREATER NUMBER OF PARKING SPACES IN A SMALLER AREA? This question is one of the most exciting in the context of Moscow realities. With the growing number of residents in Moscow and at the same time with a rigid structure of the city and high land prices, it has become paramount to find a suitable solution for parking. Underground parking could be an answer to this problem, however, it is often costly due to technical and land works. Multi-storey parking systems are widely used in Moscow, except for the disadvantage that this forest of 9x9 columns always devours the usable area. In this project, a system of prestressed

reinforced concrete beams were used, making possible to locate the support columns at a distance of 18 meters from each other. Another important structural solution is the disposition of these beams with a slight slope, which allows to completely renounce the use of the massive ramp. The parking itself becomes a rising spiral. NABAD Design was the first company in Russia which applied this system. The parking is part of the architectural ensemble of the recently erected “Spartak” stadium.


HOW TO ENSURE A GREATER NUMBER OF PARKING SPACES IN A SMALLER AREA? OPEN MULTI-STOREY CAR PARK FOR THE «SPARTAK» STADIUM COMPLEX


3D VIEWS


PLAN

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INTRODUCTION

Moscow, Russia 2015

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WHAT

Interior design of the apartment Visualisation of bathroom

TASK

Iterior design Visualization Working project documentation Selection of materials

STATUS COMPUTER PROGRAMS

Built AutoCAD, 3DsMax, VRay, Photoshop


INTERIOR DESIGN BATHROOM


RENDERS


RENDERS

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ACADEMIC DRAWING


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