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CAREER OBJECTIVE Enthusiastic, proactive, passionate architect - civil engineer seeking a position as a Junior Architect.

SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS • Creative thinker with excellent design and presentation skills combined with a high level of technical knowledge. • Ability to win competitions (1st Prize of AIAC-UNESCO competition) • Very good organisational skills and ability to multi-task acquired via a double formation (studied Architecture and Civil Engineering). • Excellent ability to work in a team environment but also to handle project independently. • Proficient in spoken and written English acquired via international studies and work experience (professional experience and workshop). • High level computer skills including : AutoCAD 2D/3D, Revit 20112013, Rhino, SketchUp, Adobe Creative suite.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE l-ba / Architect Oct. 2013

l-ba, living and building archishop, Paris, France

About l-ba : Founded by Thibaut Robert in 2006, this agency of architecture combines both architectural culture and technical knowledge. Most design projects realised are residential and public equipment projects.

Responsibilities : • Assisted the lead architect Thibaut Robert in the conception of a competition for a residential project in Enghein-lesBains, near Paris, France. • Realised BIM model, design drawings and final presentation panels on Revit 2013. • Competition won.

ETI / Clerk of work

June-Aug. 2012

ETI, site at Montreuil, France

About ETI : Created by Rafik B. Hariri in 1991 to gain a foothold in Europe from France, ETI operates construction and maintenance activities along with the engineering company Oger INTERNATIONAL and the real estate company FRADIM.

Responsibilities : • Assisted the clerk of work on the site of a residential project « Babayagas’s House » for elderly people at Montreuil, near Paris. • Planned and completed schedules and workloads. • Managed visual inspections, achieved through rigorous and detailed inspection of materials and workmanship throughout the building process.

l-ba / Architect June-Sept. 2011

l-ba, living and building archishop, Paris, France

About l-ba : Founded by Thibaut Robert in 2006, this agency of architecture combines both architectural culture and technical knowledge.

Responsibilities : • Assisted the lead architect Thibaut Robert in all phases of a major project for an international competition «ThyssenKrupp Elevator Architecture Award : Istanbul 2011» in Turkey. • Developed design ideas and created models, design drawings, computer models. • Involved in the final design of the panels for the competition.


Alice DUPIN

708/76 Roslyn Gardens, Elizabeth Bay, NSW 2011, Sydney

+61(0)435 323 297 adupin88@gmail.com LinkedIn / Website

Architect / Civil Engineer NP2F / Architect July-Sept. 2009

NP2F, Paris, France

About NP2F : Founded by four young architects : François Chas, Fabrice Long, Nicolas Guerin, Paul Maître-Devallon, in 2007, this agency of architecture won Europan 9 and participated to the « New Albums of the young architects and landscapes 2009-2010 ».

Responsibilities : • Developed construction drawings for some interior design projects of Parisian apartments (housing or terrace). • Produced graphic presentations for customer meetings. • Involved in research and graphic drawings for two architectural and urban competitions : «Up to 35» in Athens, Greece and «Flow» in Brussels, Belgium.

P. Niez / Landscape architect February 2009

Philippe Niez Le Studio, Paris, France

About P. Niez : After the creation of «André Citroën Park» in Paris, designed with the landscape architect Gilles Clément, P. Niez created his own studio in 1995 and since then responds to public and private commissions.

Responsibilities : • Developed construction drawings and graphic presentations for a building permit of a Parisian building. • Prepared information regarding design, specifications, plants and compiled theses researches. • Completed design work for a private garden in Greece.

RAZEL-BEC / Site foreman RAZEL-BEC, site at Montrouge, France

April 2008

About Razel-Bec : As part of the FAYAT Group, the fourth French construction Group, RAZEL-BEC has acquired a vast experience in numerous civil works domains as tunnelling, dams, infrastructures equipment,...

Responsibilities : • Assisted the site foreman on the site of the subway extension at Montrouge, near Paris. • Produced construction drawings.

Atelier 234 / Architectural intern September 2007

Atelier 234, Paris, France

About Atelier 234 : Founded in 2000, Atelier 234 combines the experience of three French agencies in one. This architectural agency has focused on new ways of life that demand a return to simplicity and essential things.

Responsibilities : • Produced models and design drawings for residential projects. • Assisted to a meeting on site for a residential project.

VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE Jan-Febr. 2014

Volunteer Teacher for primary school pupil Voluntary association : «Culture sur Cour»

Private scientific instructor for high school students, Acadomia Monitor at Audiovisual service at the Faculty of

2010-2013  2010-2011 

Architecture Paris-La Villette

EDUCATION Master’s Degree of Architecture

July

2013

National Faculty of Architecture Paris-La Villette ENSAPLV, Paris, France Workshop at Tokyo, Japan - April 2013 Exchange at Prague, Czech Republic - February-July 2010

Master’s Degree of Civil Engineering 2013 Civil Engineering University ESTP (École Spéciale des Travaux Publics, du Bâtiment et de l’Industrie), Paris, France

Exchange in Prague

Feb.-July

2010

Czech Technical University in Prague (CTU), Faculty of Architecture, Prague, Czech Republic

SKILLS Languages

Computer skills

French : mother tongue English : proficient (TOEFL 583/677) Spanish : conversant Czech : basic knowledge

AutoCAD 2D / 3D, Revit, Rhino, SketchUp, V-ray Adobe Creative suite: Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator Word, Excel, PowerPoint

AWARDS / ACCOMPLISHMENTS People’s Choice Award of the Community Forests International’s sustainable design competition : Can a building blur the lines between humans and nature ? (website and publication)

March 2014

First prize of the AIAC international competition, a joint initiative UNESCO-AIAC Sept. 2013 Selected to be part of the First Class that studied both Architecture and Civil Engineering at the same time during seven years (partnership between two universities : ENSAPLV and ESTP) (at the end only nine persons graduated) 2006-2013

Exhibition of the best Final Design Projects, Faculty of Architecture Paris-La Villette

Sept. 2013

INTERESTS Travels : Asia (Uzbekistan, Japan (workshop in April 2013),

References Available Upon Request

China), Africa (South Africa), North America (United-States, Canada), Europe (Istanbul, Scotland, Norway, Budapest,...)

Drawing, painting, photography : an artistic way to express myself by creation, more than 10 years of classes.


8 Final Design Project

12 Passive Houses

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18 Office complex

Residence in Pairs Exhibition hall

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Summary

l-ba

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Summary

ARCHITECTURE Academic Work Mix

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ARCHITECTURAL AGENCY L-BA : 2011 Competition : Thyssenkrupp Elevator Architecture Award, Istanbul 2011 ARCHITECTURAL AGENCY NP2F : 2009 Competition : Flow, Canal of Brussels ARCHITECTURAL AGENCY NP2F : 2009 Competition : Up to 35, Student Housing at Athens

2012 / 2013 Master research report / Urban Innovation : productive walk

CIVIL ENGINEERING Academic Work

2012 / 2013 course : Project Management 2011 / 2012 course : Steel Construction

Mixed-use

Residential

Offices

Cultural

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INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION, AIAC : TOKYO 2020 Final Design Project, Master (2nd year) - 2012 / 2013 Professors : Mr Cremonini, Mr Dubosc, Mr Dubois and Mr Lauzanne Award : 1st Prize AIAC-UNESCO (september 2013)

Two «interioriƟes» in the site without relaƟonship between them

Three inimproved potenƟals on the site

Architecture

The Nihonbashigawa River

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The highway / inner circular line

The building plots along the river

From the inner block to the river

superposiƟon of the expressway above the river

linearity of these building bands along the water

lack of connecƟons between two «interioriƟes»

Thanks to my Final Design Project I was lucky enough to discover Japan, to parƟcipate to an internaƟonal workshop in Tokyo and to win the AIAC InternaƟonal CompeƟƟon for Tokyo 2020 sponsored by UNESCO. I have learned a lot during this project both professionally and personally. I met students from all over the world and discovered their methods and their architectural cultures. This was also a unique opportunity for me to discover the Japanese architecture and its faculty to opƟmise narrow and small spaces. THE NIHONBASHI DISTRICT The compeƟƟon site is located to the East of the Imperial palace (Edo’s castle). This historical district managed to keep a unique urban character with mixed-use combining residenƟal, business and commercial areas. Nowadays, the district is sƟll an important commercial sector of Tokyo. This district is characterized by three important landmarks : • the Nihonbashigawa river that traverses the site. • the historical Nihonbashi bridge («Nihonbashi» means «Bridge of Japan»). This bridge represents an important element of the Japanese culture. It was at Įrst the crossroad of «the Įve roads» connecƟng Edo (the old name of Tokyo) to Kyoto, in Japan. Furthermore, this bridge has followed the Japanese evoluƟon techniques : It was built as a wood bridge in 1603 and changed to the actual stone bridge in the Medgi period (1911). Later in the 60’s, it has been covered by the highway built for the Tokyo Olympics of 1964. • the Urban highway called the inner circular expressway built in 1964 to provide a beƩer road network for the Olympics.

It was built above the Nihonbashi River and Nihonbashi bridge. A project of destrucƟon of this expressway has been in discussions for several years. The project wants to replaced this expressway by an expressway built further from the city. PROJECT ISSUES This district in perpetual transformaƟon tends to modernise itself. The construcƟon of many towers transformed the mixed urban landscape of yesterday in a business district, forcing exisƟng small businesses to close. The diīerence between day and night acƟviƟes is growing increasingly (raƟo 10/1). The objecƟves of the compeƟƟon are to revitalise the area in order to create an aƩracƟve district for families, young couples,... which could also promote Tokyo’s candidacy to host the 2020 Olympic Games. Thus four issues emerge: • The revaluaƟon of the Nihonbashigawa River and the ability to provide access to water for the residents. • The enhancement of the historic Nihonbashi Bridge. • The quesƟon of the future of the exisƟng infrastructure (rehabilitaƟon of the expressway, for example). • The funcƟonal diversity of the district. DuraƟon of the exercise : 6 months. Individual work. Worked with hand drawings, sketches, physical models, AutoCAD, Revit, Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign. Final panels of the internaƟonal compeƟƟon on the leŌ and aŌer


WALKWAY S

URBAN DESIGN

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URBAN PERSPECTIVE OF CHUO-DORI & EXIT FROM THE SUBWAY TO THE WATERFRONT

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Urban section AA on the street Chuo-dori and the subway station 1:500.

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE INNER BLOCK AND THE WATERFRONT

There are two « interiorities » in the site : one inside the inner block (with a lot of activities and thin streets at a human scale) and another one created by the water and the underside of inner highway.

The frontwater : a walkway is designed to offer the possibility to touch the water. The riverbank level is occupied by a lot of activities : restaurants, bar, shops,... Some public stairs do the connexion between the street level and the riverbank level.

zoom of the rehabilited hightway

Walkway Level Street Level River bank Level

The rehabilitation of the inner highway : a second walkway is designed to offer a pleasant place that crosses the city. The existing beams are kept, but the floor of the walk is designed to have light passing through the beams. Thanks to these openings the Nihonbashi bridge is illuminated by sunlight.

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HEIGHTS OF THE BUILDINGS inside the inner block > 12 floors 8 to 11 floors 6 and 7 floors 4 and 5 floors < 3 floors

Urban section BB 1:500.

Street level plan (with the river bank level plan in darker) 1:500e.

Urban section CC on the tree-lined street 1:500.


ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN

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Photographies of physical model 1:200.

Architecture

Hand Drawing and Photography of physical model 1:200. Axonometric drawing

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Cross section 1:100.

Detailed drawings 1:20.


WALKWAY S

ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN

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ALL FLOOR PLANS 1:500 LEVEL 12 TO 18 HOUSING 1 2

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Duplex apartment 2 bedroom unit (75m²) Studio (40m²)

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Housing floor 12 / plan 1:200.

Housing floor 13 / plan 1:200.

LEVEL 7 TO 11 OFFICES 1 2 3

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Offices Public viewing space / Terrasse cafe Panoramic cafe

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LEVEL 6 OLYMPIC CENTER & CAFE 1 2

Public viewing space / Terrasse cafe Panoramic cafe

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LEVEL 5 OLYMPIC CENTER 1 2

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Edo and Tokyo Exhibition space Free rest area for tourists / Point of view

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LEVEL 4 OLYMPIC CENTER 1 2 3

Services Information center Public viewing space open to outside

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LEVEL 3 OLYMPIC CENTER 1 2

Meeting offices Amphitheater / Meeting hall

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Free rest area for tourists Amphitheater / Meeting hall

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LEVEL 2 OLYMPIC CENTER

Longitudinal section 1:200.

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WALKWAY LEVEL OLYMPIC CENTER & WALKWAY 1 2 3

Information center Amphitheater Walkway on the rehabilited inner highway

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LEVEL 1 OLYMPIC CENTER 1 2

Entry Amphitheater

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Walkway level / plan 1:200. Waterfront / hand drawing and photography of physical model 1:200.

STREET LEVEL

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LOBBY OF THE OLYMPIC CENTER 1 2 3 4 5

Lobby Housing entry Esplanade Stairs to go up to the pathway Stairs to go down to the water

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RIVER BANK LEVEL SUBWAY EXIT & RESTAURANT 1 Subway exit 2 Restaurant 3 Terrasse 4 Olympic souvenir shop 5 Entry to the Olympic center 6 Point of view into the Nihonbashi bridge 7 Walkway near the river 8 Walkway-hulk on the water 9 Stairs to go up to the street

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COMPETITION : PASSIVE HOUSES Project, Master (2nd year) - 2010 / 2011 Professors : Mr Perrin, Mr Franca

Photography of physical model, 1:1000

Principle sketches

Architecture

Block plan

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PerspecƟve from the entrance of the site

The CompeƟƟon «Passive houses in Loire Valley» oīered the opportunity to select one out of six proposed sites. I chose Gizeux, a small village of about 450 inhabitants, with Įve shops. The Gizeux Castle, classiĮed as historic monument, represents the local tourist aƩracƟon. The creaƟon of new houses and the rehabilitaƟon of exisƟng buildings had to be taken into account to revive this small town, to bring in new people and promote social and generaƟonal diversity. The project is organised around courtyards, in its two forms : public and private in the heart of housing buildings. Theses

courtyards are convivial places where people can meet, play, discuss, garden,.... Furthermore, the passive houses and an equipment for the elderly and small children are conceived. This equipment is equipped with a medical home that allows coexistence between the elderly and the children during the day. DuraƟon of the exercise : 7 months. Individual work. Worked with hand drawings, sketches, physical models, AutoCAD, SketchUp, V-ray, Photoshop, InDesign.


Cross secƟon CC’

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Ground Ňoor plan Cross secƟon AA’

Longitudinal secƟon


Program

Architecture

Principle of the courtyards : public and private

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PerspecĆ&#x;ve from the public place

Photography of physical model, 1:500


Fenêtre ouvrante

Fenêtre close

Fenêtres coulissantes (3)

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11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 1. Pierres / 15cm 16. 2. Vide / 3cm 17. 3. Lattage + Contre-lattage / 4cm 18. 4. Etanchéité / Pare-vapeur 19. 5. Panneau de Àbre de bois / 6cm 20. 6. Ossature Bois + Cellulose 21. 7. Panneau OSB / 1,8cm 22. 8. Lattage technique + Laine de roche / 4cm 23. 9. Plaque interne de Fermacell / 1,3cm 24. 10. Parquet / 1,7cm 25.

Légendes des coupes Détails au 1 : 20e

Panneau OSB / 1,8cm Chape / 7cm Polystyrène extrudé / 22cm Egalisation isolante / 3cm Chape de compression / 3cm Dalle en Béton / 20cm Blocs de Béton / 19cm Vide / 4cm Blocs de Béton / 19cm Parquet / 1,7cm Chape ciment / 7cm Isolant (Laine de roche) / 10cm Ossature Bois / 22cm Lattage + Contre-lattage / 4cm Plaque interne de Fermacell / 1,3cm

26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40.

Couverture en Zinc / 2,8cm Lattage + Contre-lattage / 4cm Isolant (Laine de roche) / 12cm Chevron Poutre en Bois / 22cm Isolant (Laine de roche) / 22cm Lattage / 2cm Plaque interne de Fermacell / 1,3cm Portique de Bois Volet Brise soleil métallique Garde de corps (grille) Brise soleil en Bois Bardage en Bois / 2cm Lattage + Contre-lattage / 4cm


MIXED-USE COMPLEX IN PRAGUE Project, ERASMUS - 2010

Architecture

Professors : Mr Zavrel (dean of the faculty of Architecture), Mr Seho

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Physical model of the site with the project in white, 1:5000

The site is located in the Karlin district, in Prague, Czech Republic. The site looks onto the Vltava river on the North and onto a main street to the South. The program consists on conceiving a new mixed-use complex in this district and to preserve the two exisƟng buildings located on the site. To create a new space around the two older buildings, I designed a series of structures moving from the main street to the river. These buildings are diīerent heights so as to have the sunlight penetrate into each plot. The towers, near the river, oīer a splendid view of the river and the landscape. The low-rise building on the street maintains the alignment of the main street. SpeciĮcally, this building blocks the traĸc noise of the main street.

Principles sketches

This urban barrier creates a calm interior within the plot. It has a diīerent character of space and is dedicated to pedestrian use. This space holds a public garden as well. The two older buildings are meant to be restored and hold shops, restaurants, and bars. The exisƟng street within the new construcƟon to the west conƟnues into the site. This street is like an avenue and serves as the main point of access to the plot. It is bordered by the towers buildings on the North and a mid-rise building on the South. This building is composed of apartments with maisoneƩes. DuraƟon of the exercise : 5 months. Individual work. Worked with hand drawings, sketches, physical models, AutoCAD, SketchUp, Photoshop, InDesign.


Longitudinal secƟon on one of the four towers

Longitudinal secƟon on the square at the base of the big tower

South elevaƟon

Plan of a tower : 4th Ňoor

Plan of a tower : 5th Ňoor

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PerspecƟve from the pedestrian street (photography of physical model, hand drawing, photoshop)

PerspecƟves of the site (sketchUp views)

PerspecƟve of one of the four tower


OFFICE COMPLEX Project, Master (1st year) - 2009/ 2010

Architecture

Professors : Mr Chaslin, Mr Germe

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This project was an opportunity to conceive diīerent types of oĸces. This work includes two scales : • the Įrst one is about the oĸce complex scale in general : the organisaƟon of the various oĸces focusing on the issues of relaƟonships as inside/outside, light/shadow, the distribuƟon of the oĸces, the shapes, the volumes,... • the second scale is about the oĸce space in parƟcular : its funcƟon, the orientaƟon of the workplace, the storage,...

The project is organised around three principles: • the COURTYARD. The oĸces are organised around a courtyard. The oĸces on the wings are double or individual ofĮces. They have oīsets (slope). In contrast, the north and south Ňat Ňoors are larger oĸces, which can be modulated.

DuraƟon of the exercise : 1 month. Individual work.

the PROBLEM OF OFFICES IN GROUND FLOOR. The lower ofĮces overlook the courtyard, the gallery overlooks the outside. In contrast, the other wing has an oīset of one half of a level relaƟve to the ground level, thereby the oĸces get a clear view without the downside of being viewed. The gallery overlooks the courtyard. the WALKWAYS. The posiƟon of the gallery and oĸces alternate : outside or inside.

Worked with hand drawings, sketches, physical models, AutoCAD, Photoshop, InDesign.


Photographies of physical model, 1:100

SecƟon sketch

Sketch of an oĸce unit

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RESIDENTIAL COMPLEX IN PARIS Project, Bachelor (3rd year) - 2008 / 2009 Professors : Mrs Bapst, Mr Brossy

Principle sketches

Architecture

Located plan

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Longitudinal secƟon BB’

The project is located at 107 Haxo street in the 20th district of Paris, France. The plot has a narrow form, with a width equal to 15 meter and a length equal to 90 meter. The purpose of this exercise was to create a residenƟal complex in Paris as to understand the urban regulaƟons in the capital. The project is organised by bands of empty and full spaces. In addiƟon, a checker board principle is used to have views and natural lights penetrate into each dwelling. The project combines two types of buildings : • an apartment building with seven stories overlooking the street with a shop on the ground Ňoor . • low-rise buildings in the heart of the plot. These three or

four stories buildings are composed as imbricaƟons of duplex or triplex. The entrance on the ground Ňoor is a private garden for each maisoneƩe. An inner sloping street accentuates the depth of the plot and serves accommodaƟons. The street has a special form which comes directly from the form of the windows and the facades of the low-rise buildings. These windows oīer more views and bring more light. Two gardens are designed : one at the entrance of the plot, and the other at the boƩom of the plot. DuraƟon of the exercise : 2 months. Individual work. Worked with hand drawings, sketches, physical models, AutoCAD, Photoshop.


PerspecƟve from the entrance

Ground Ňoor plan

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Longitudinal secƟon AA’

Photographies of physical model, 1:200


EXHIBITION HALL Project, Bachelor (1st year) - 2006 / 2007 Professors : Mr Brossy, Mrs Forest, Mr Vaiedelich and Mr Veith

Architecture

SecƟon sketch

Master plan of the André Citroën Park

Sketch of the diīerent levels on the site

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Photography of the site : «the red garden» and hand drawing of the project

The projet is located inside the «red garden», one of the six theme gardens of the André Citroën Park, in the 15th district of Paris, France. This garden is slopping in the centre and bordered by two small walkways on the ground Ňoor. From the footbridge you can have panoramic upper views onto the garden. The program consists in conceiving a small building dedicated to the exhibiƟon of art works, desƟned to the park’s public. This project was an exercise to analyse the relaƟonship between structure and natural light. The exhibiƟon hall is designed as a ramp that turns around a well of light. The building is raised from the ground. Structure has been elevated on piers. A pond is sited under the well of light.

The sun rays can be reŇected by the water and reach the hall. The hall is only accessible by the footbridge, the upper walk close to the glasshouses. At the entrance, two walks are possible : • the Įrst one is going down inside the building where art works are displayed along the concrete walls. • the other one is situated on the roof terrace. You can at the same Ɵme appreciate the landscape, the view onto the park but also admire sculptures and art works on free air. DuraƟon of the exercise : 6 weeks. Individual work. Worked with hand drawings, sketches, physical models.


Hand drawing of the project

Upper walk on the roof terrace

Lower walk inside the building

Plan of the entrance level : the entrance inside the exhibiƟon hall and the walkway on the roof terrace

Longitudinal secƟon

Cross secƟon

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Work evoluƟon : study models and Įnal model


THYSSENKRUPP ELEVATOR ARCHITECTURE AWARD ISTANBUL 2011 European Competition - 2011

Architecture

Internship at the architectural agency : l-ba

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This InternaƟonal Architecture CompeƟƟon was organised in order to select the design of Istanbul Disaster PrevenƟon and EducaƟon Centre, which was to be the Įrst insƟtuƟon in Turkey with intended faciliƟes. This centre had to be fully equipped with adequate technology and faciliƟes in order to be prepared against a disaster that may aīect Istanbul and to develop public consciousness about the disasters and speciĮcally about earthquakes. The site is located in a newly developing Įeld in BakŦrköy district and is close to Atatürk InternaƟonal Airport with an easy access to the subway staƟon and the highway. The proposed project is composed of a cubic building in the middle of a park. This cubic building is siƫng on a large pond

of water that reŇects its silhoueƩe. This cubic facade contains a building with a rock mass shape. Special lighƟng atmosphere is provided by the cubic dual resin that surrounds the project. Job responsibiliƟes : - Assisted the lead architect Thibaut Robert in all phases of a major project for this internaƟonal compeƟƟon. (I was the only one working on this project during one month. The second month, we were two and at the end four to design the Įnal panels). - Developed design ideas and created models, design drawings, computer models and graphic presentaƟons. - Involved in the Įnal design of the panels for the compeƟƟon. Worked with : AutoCAD 2D, Rhino, Photoshop.


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LEVEL 7 PANORAMA 01

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Café Public ramp access

LEVEL 6

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CONFERENCE 02

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LEVEL 5

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Seminar - Training Hall ( 60 seats ) Conference Hall ( 200 seats ) Public ramp access

CONFERENCE

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Seminar - Training Hall 1 ( 65 seats ) Seminar - Training Hall 2 ( 50 seats ) Exhibition Hall Public ramp access

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Exhibition Hall Library Public ramp access

LEVEL 3 09

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Planetarium Children’s Section Public ramp access

Architecture

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Rainstorm Simulation Section Emergency Communication Experiment Room First Aid Training Room Fire Prevention Game Training Performance Evaluation Section Public ramp access

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EUROPEAN COMPETITION : FLOW REHABILITATION OF THE CANAL OF BRUSSELS European Competition - 2009 Third Prize

Architecture

Internship at the architectural agency : NP2F

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The aim of this urbanism compeƟƟon consists on developing a project for the rehabilitaƟon of the canal of Brussels, Belgium, in an innovaƟve way. The proposed project tries to unify and densify the canal banks. The creaƟon of a «signal» project was choose. Towers located above each exisƟng bridges crossing the canal becomes a strong signal to idenƟfy the canal wherever you are in the city of Brussels. The densiĮcaƟon created by the skyscrapers oīers new ways of life for the docks and along the canal. Job responsibiliƟes : - Conducted research needed to understand the issues of this compeƟƟon. - Involved in the reasoning and in the Įnal design of the panels (3D models of a tower upper a bridge). Worked with : AutoCAD 2D-3D, Photoshop, Illustrator.


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INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION : UP TO 35 STUDENT HOUSING IN ATHENS International Competition - 2009 Project mentioned

Architecture

Internship at the architectural agency : NP2F

up

children room

sport leisure time

swimming pool 3,1m

30

3,1m

in 15,5m

down

living place

3,1m

6m

open cinema

quiet square

arty bar

crazy factory

create your garden

Oliaros, a young property development company, is calling architects up to 35 years old to submit proposals for the construcƟon of a student housing unit in Kerameikos and Metaxourgeio (KM), an area in the historic centre of Athens, Greece. The proposed project consists in conceiving three diīerent atmospheres, three disƟnct areas : - UP : the higher part of the building deĮnes a roof Ňoor watching the «acropolis» landscape. The shared terrace is a plaƞorm for the domesƟc and collecƟve acƟviƟes. - IN : the middle part of the bloc is a dense and very private living space. Each room has a totally glazed façade allowing as much as possible light and wind to penetrate inside. - DOWN : the lower part is thought as a space open on the street. It is a double height garden protected from the sun of Athens.

Job responsibiliƟes : - Involved in Įnal graphic drawings (plans, elevaƟon, the three Photoshop perspecƟves illustraƟng the concept of Up, In, Down) - Assisted lead architects in the creaƟon of the text document including the project descripƟon. Worked with : AutoCAD 2D, Photoshop, InDesign.

UP

MORE ROOF TERRACE

IN

MORE DENSITY/QUALITY

DOWN

251 JLA 75

251 JLA 75

MORE COMMON UTILITY SPACE


rdc

elevator + 15.50

common roof

+ 09.30

+ 12.40

interior balcony

exit stair

3rd floor + 12.40

0,8m

+ 00.00

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+ 00.00

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+ 09.30

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F1 distributor all staff

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ping pong stair 2

letter boxes

stair 1

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cafeteria laundry 20.70 m2

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yard

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store 16.00 m2

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garbages

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private roof

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sliding glass facade entrance

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Marathonos street

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technical staff

storage

laundry kitchen bar work place ...

garden


URBAN INNOVATION : PRODUCTIVE WALK A potential for energy transition of our cities via piezoelectricity Master research report - 2012 / 2013

Architecture

work in connection with a research project (IRP) at the ESTP Professors : Mrs Balez, Mr Franca, Mr Gaubin and Mr Meunier

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Summary : The urban populaƟon grows every day. In Europe, already two thirds of the populaƟon is urban. This phenomenon is even more present in France with nearly 80% of the French populaƟon living in the ciƟes. This density explains partly the overconsumpƟon of energy and material resources available. The challenge of the future is ciƟes. Thus the quesƟon is to try to reduce our energy needs and Įnd new ways to produce the energy needed for the development of tomorrow’s ciƟes. Generate electricity from the mechanical pressure or stress of footsteps is the soluƟon proposed in this work. This new technology, known as the piezoelectricity, could produce energy to

supply the electricity for the street lighƟng, for example. How this piezoelectricity’s principle works ? Are there any references to an pedestrian applicaƟon? Is it an appropriate soluƟon to integrate into our ciƟes of tomorrow? What are the funcƟons that a piezoelectric module must have to become the Ňooring of the sidewalks of the city of the future? And Įnally, how a project piezoelectric could Įt into a pedestrian area of Paris and how much energy could be produced ? This work try to answer to all these quesƟons. DuraƟon of the research project : 1 year. Individual work.


REFERENCES

REFERENCES

APPLICATIONPIÉTONNIÈRE–PROTOTYPESETRÉALISATIONS Depuis  2007,  la  société  japonaise  «Soundpower  Corporation»,  créée parKoheiHayamizu,s'estégalementintéresséeàcettenouvelleénergie qu'estlapiézoͲélectricité.DenombreuxprojetsͲprototypesontvulejour et  ont  eu  pour  but  d'impliquer  le  piéton  dans  les  questions environnementalesdenotresiècle. /ůůƵƐƚƌĂƚŝŽŶϭϱ͗WƌŽƚŽƚLJƉĞĚĞΗWŽǁĞƌͲŐĞŶĞƌĂŝŶŐĨůŽŽƌΗŝŶƐƚĂůůĠĚĞǀĂŶƚůĂŐĂƌĞĚĞŵĠƚƌŽ^ŚŝďƵLJŽ͕ă dŽŬLJŽ͕ĞŶϮϬϬϳ

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AVANTAGES:ͲUtilisationdel'effetpiézoͲélectrique

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INCONVÉNIENTS:ͲCoûtélevédelalocationd'unedalle:del'ordre

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PRODUCTIOND'ÉLECTRICITÉ:1Wattparpas(pourunepers.de60kg)

ͲÉclairagedeLEDintégréesdanslesdalles de250€,lasemaine

LATECHNOLOGIE Le  projet  phare  de  la  société  «SoundPower»  se  nomme  «PowerͲ GeneratingFloorTM».Denombreuxmodèlesdeceprojetontvulejour, d'aborddanslesmétrosdeTokyo,puisdanslesruesetenfinàl'intérieur debâtiments. Lechoixfutfaitd'utiliseretd'intégreruniquementdesmatériauxpiézoͲ électriques.  La  dernière  dalle  fabriquée  se  compose  d'un  système complexedecéramiquespiézoͲélectriquesPZT11de35mmdediamètre, réparties  tous  les  50cm²  sur  l'ensemble  du  module.  Une  plaque  de vibrationsestinstalléepardessuspermettantdemieuxfaireletransfert desvibrationsdespasjusqu'auxcéramiques. Depuis ses  débuts,  la  dalle  «PowerͲGenerating  FloorTM» a  suscité beaucoupd'intérêtdanslesecteurdesénergiesrenouvelablesauJapon. Latechnologieaétéaffinéeetestencoursdedéploiementdansles bureauxd'affaires,sur lesroutesàgrandecirculationetsurdesponts danslebutd'augmenterlaproductiond'énergieetderépondreainsiàla demanded'éclairagedelavilledeTokyo.12 11 PZT  :  le  Zircono  Titanate  de  Plomb  est  un  des  trois  systèmes  les  plus communémentétudiésetutilisésprésentantl'effetpiézoǦélectrique /ůůƵƐƚƌĂƚŝŽŶϭϲ͗WƌŝŶĐŝƉĞĚĞƐĚĂůůĞƐΗWŽǁĞƌͲŐĞŶĞƌĂƚŝŶŐĨůŽŽƌΗĞƚůΖĠǀŽůƵƚŝŽŶĚƵƌĞŶĚĞŵĞŶƚĠůĞĐƚƌŝƋƵĞ ĞŶĨŽŶĐƚŝŽŶĚƵƚĞŵƉƐ

12 Lesinformationslesplusrécentestrouvéessurcettesociétédatentde2011. Lafinalitédecertainesexpériencesnesontactuellementpasdisponibles.

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REFERENCES

REFERENCES

APPLICATIONPIÉTONNIÈREͲRÉALISATION Depuis2010,despavés«Pavegen»sontintégrésdanslestrottoirsde Londres,  en  Angleterre.  De  plus,  une  expérience lors  des  Jeux Olympiquesde2012consistantàinstaller12pavésdansunestationtrès fortementfréquentéedurantcetévénementfutinitiée. D

AVANTAGES:ͲStockagedel'énergie(95%)

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INCONVÉNIENTS:ͲCompressiondeladalled'environ5mmpouvant

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PRODUCTION D'ÉLECTRICITÉ : 30W.sparpas(rendementbeaucoup

ͲEffetpédagogiqueetd'implicationdupiétonpar l'illuminationd'unLEDinternelorsdupassage(5%) créeruneéventuellegènedupiéton plusintéressantquepourlesréférencesprécédentesdufaitde l'associationavecunsystèmeàinduction) LATECHNOLOGIE /ůůƵƐƚƌĂƚŝŽŶϯϬ͗/ŶƚĠŐƌĂƚŝŽŶĚĞƐƉĂǀĠƐΗWĂǀĞŐĞŶΗĚĂŶƐůĞƐƌƵĞƐĚĞ>ŽŶĚƌĞƐ͕ϮϬϭϬ

Lepavé«Pavegen»n’estpasunpavéinertecommen’importequelpavé de  rue.  Il  absorbe  l’impact,  l’onde  de  choc  dégagée  par  le  pas  d’un promeneur  pour  la  transformer  ensuite  en  électricité.  Le  système  de fonctionnement  du  pavé  n'est  pas  révélé  par  la  société  «Pavegen Systems».  Il  semblerait  s'agir  d'une  combinaison  entre  un  système  à induction  électromagnétique  et  l'utilisation  de  matériaux  piézoͲ électriquestelsquedescéramiques. Lorsqu’unepersonnemarchedessus,l’énergiecinétiquefournieparle pasestrécoltée.Cettedernièrepeutêtrestockéeetutiliséepourune variétéd'applications.Oncomprenddoncqueplusilyadepas,plusily a  de  l’énergie.  Cette  technologie  requiert  un  passage  important  de passantpourpouvoirêtrerentable.Elles’adaptealorsparfaitementaux milieuxurbainsoùlafréquentationdesrues,deslieuxestimportante.

/ůůƵƐƚƌĂƚŝŽŶϯϭ͗^ĐŚĠŵĂĞdžƉůŝƋƵĞƋƵĞůĞƐLJƐƚğŵĞƉĞƌŵĞƚĚΖĂůŝŵĞŶƚĞƌĚĞƐĂƉƉůŝĐĂƚŝŽŶƐƵƌďĂŝŶĞƐ;ĠĐůĂŝƌĂŐĞ ƉƵďůŝĐ͕ƐŝŐŶĂůŝƐĂƚŝŽŶƵƌďĂŝŶĞƐͿĞƚĚŝǀĞƌƐĂƉƉĂƌĞŝůƐ;ďĂƚƚĞƌŝĞƐ͕͘͘͘Ϳ

La  pavé  «Pavegen»  contient  une  LED  interne  qui  s’allume  lorsque quelqu’unmarchedessus.Cephénomèneincitelespiétonsàmarcher,

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FC4:Êtreagréableàl'œil : FT41:Êtreenharmonieaveclesformes,lescouleursetlestexturesdesrevêtements existants : FT42:Donnerdesformespermettantl'associationdedifférentsmodulesentreeux : FT43:S'intégrerdansl'espacepublic,avoirunimpactarchitecturaleturbainsur l'environnementdumodule FC5a:Êtreraccordéauréseauélectrique : FT51a:Êtreraccordéauréseauélectriqueexistant FC5b:Alimenterdesappareilsélectroniques : FT51b:Gérerl'électricitéetalimenterdesappareilsélectroniquestelsquel'éclairage public,deséquipementsurbains,... FC6:Êtrerentablepourl'utilisateur : FT61:Faciliterl'installationdesmodules(montageetdémontage) : FT62:Faciliterl'assemblagedesmodulesentreeuxetaveclemilieuextérieur : FT63:Promouvoirlesvaleurs(esthétiques,images,...)

SCHÉMA  RELATIVE  À  LA  FONCTION  PRINCIPALE  DU  MODULE  ET  DE  CES  FONCTIONS COMPOSANTES /ůůƵƐƚƌĂƚŝŽŶϱϮ͗^ĐŚĠŵĂĚĞƐĨŽŶĐƚŝŽŶƐĐŽŵƉŽƐĂŶƚĞƐ;ĚĞůĂĨŽŶĐƚŝŽŶƉƌŝŶĐŝƉĂůĞͿ

4.2. Le diagramme FAST LEPRINCIPEETLACONSTRUCTIONDUDIAGRAMMEFAST L'outil  principal  pour  réaliser  une  Analyse  Fonctionnelle  Technique  se  nomme  le  FAST60 . D’autresoutilsexistent,maisils’agitdecomplémentsauFAST. LediagrammeFASTreprésenteàlafoislesfonctionsdeservice,cellestechniquesetenfinles solutionstechnologiques.Lediagrammeseconstruitdelamanièresuivante. Lesfonctions, représentées par  des  blocs  rectangulaires, sont liées  entre elles par  des  traits  droits (sans flèches),quilesordonnent.Lesfonctionsdeservicesontplacéesàgauche,ellesrépondentàla question  «Pourquoi  ?».  Les  fonctions  techniques  sont  au  centre.  Et  enfin  les  solutions technologiquessonténoncéesàdroitedechaquefonctiontechniquerépondantàlaquestion «Comment?». /ůůƵƐƚƌĂƚŝŽŶϱϭ͗^ĐŚĠŵĂĚĞůĂĨŽŶĐƚŝŽŶƉƌŝŶĐŝƉĂůĞĚƵŵŽĚƵůĞ

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2.4.

Le projet-prototype dans la rue Pierre Lescot

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DallagecompletpiézoͲ électrique:B

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«Encemoment,l'énergiefourniepeut alimenter..lampadaires» «IcilarueestéclairéegrâceàVous!»

/ůůƵƐƚƌĂƚŝŽŶϲϲ͗ΗdŽƚĞŵΗƐŝŐŶĂůĂŶƚůΖĞdžŝƐƚĞŶĐĞĚƵ ƉƌŽũĞƚĞƚŵĞƚƚĂŶƚăĂǀĂŶƚůĂƉƌŽĚƵĐƚŝŽŶũŽƵƌŶĂůŝğƌĞ

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A'correspondàlasignalisationduprojetauNorddelarueLescot.Unpanneaud'information ainsiqu'unpanneaulumineuxdonnententempsréellaproductiond'énergiefournieparles pasdespiétons. B correspondàuneemprisedusolentièrementrecouvertededallespiézoͲélectriques.Les piétons  entrant  et  sortant  dans  les  Halles  passent  obligatoirement  dessus.  La  production d'énergieestmaximaleàcetendroit(emplacementoptimal). A correspondàlasignalisationduprojetauSuddelarueLescot.Un«Totem»indiquantle pourcentagedelampadairespouvantêtrealimentépourlanuitestmisenplace.Cesymbole, hautetimposant,metenvaleurletravailcollectiffaitpaslafouledepiétons.Deplus,un panneaud'informationexpliquantleprincipetechniquedelapiézoͲélectricité,leprojet,ses impactsetlesestimationsestinstallé.Cetaspectpédagogiqueoffreauxgrandsetauxpetitsla possibilitédemieuxcomprendreetappréhenderleprojet. Ccorrespondau«parcours».DesdallespiézoͲélectriquessontplacéesd'unefaçonàdessiner uneformeenzigͲzag.Lespiétonspeuventalorsseprendreaujeuet«suivreceparcours». Chaquedalles'illuminesouslapressiondespas.Lespassantssontalorsamenésàsuivrece cheminementparticulier.Cettenouvellemanièredemarcherdonneunaspectunpeuludique àl'expérience.

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COURSE

PROJECT MANAGEMENT Civil Engineering project, 3rd year - 2012 / 2013

Civil Engineering

Professor : Mr Gobin

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The statement of the subject was a simple drawing of a residenƟal complex. The aim was to discover construcƟon and architectural professions. A complete Įle with all documents has been done through this residenƟal program. • As a building owner : A site was chosen depending on its physical characterisƟcs (soil study, social environment,...). A program was then implemented (surfaces, distribuƟon of accommodaƟons, special arrangements related to architectural design). • As an architect : With the program deĮned, an architectural soluƟon was proposed (plans, secƟons, renderings, materials).

• As a construcƟon engineer : The technical aspect of the project was studied through construcƟve choices (engineers and foundaƟons plans, detailing drawings,...). • As a construcƟon company : The site installaƟon was planned with site plans and secƟons as schedules showing the workloads and esƟmated prices for the construcƟon of the complex. DuraƟon of the exercise : 2 months. Work in group of 4 persons. Worked with Revit version 2011, AutoCAD 2D, MS Project, Word, Excel, Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign.


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Tableau abonné

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Détail :

Luminaire (douille en bout de fils au plafond)

Combiné interphone logement

C d'e olon au ne fro id e

INT

Luminaire en applique au dessus de la vasque + inter + PC+T (classe II)

Liaison équipotentielle des masses métalliques

Interrupteur simple allumage

Raccordement à la terre de l'immeuble

Interrupteur SA avec voyant lumineux

Radiateur électrique

Interrupteur va et vient

EV Dint = 80mm

EU Dint = 30mm

S SdB 10 A

Radiateur

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Sèche - serviettes

Hotte 10A

Ballon 20A

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x2

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RJ

Double prises de courant 16A + T

RADIATEUR

x2

Double prises de courant hautes 16A + T

x2

RJ

RADIATEUR

Maitrise et Gestion de Projet M. Gobin ESTP / B3 / BAI

Décembre 2012

Dint = 20mm

RADIATEUR

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Bouton poussoir

x2

TV

RJ

Prise de communication RJ45 (PTT)

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Prise TV + FM

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Prise spécialisée 20A + T pour lave-linge

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Dint = Dint = 12mm 10mm LV EU Dint = 33mm

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Sortie de câble 2x32A + T pour plaque de cuisson

RJ

LOGEMENT TYPE : PLAN D'ELECTRICITE

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BOUSSARD-PHELIPOT Ophélie DUPIN Alice FLORES Sandra LENCOT Julie

Plan 40

Maitrise et Gestion de Projet M. Gobin ESTP / B3 / BAI

Décembre 2012

LOGEMENT TYPE : RESEAUX FLUIDES

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BOUSSARD-PHELIPOT Ophélie DUPIN Alice FLORES Sandra LENCOT Julie

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COURSE

STEEL CONSTRUCTION Civil Engineering exercises, 2nd year - 2011 / 2012

Civil Engineering

Professor : Mr Quenelle

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Extraits des applicaƟons

Work at home to calculate and design detailing drawings as : • girder conƟnues on four supports (exercise 2), • truss (exercise 3), • steel column (exercise 4), • steel cross-beam (exercise 5). DuraƟon of the exercise : 1 day per exercise. Individual work. Worked with hand drawings, calculator.


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Thank you

Alice Dupin 708/76 Roslyn Gardens, Elizabeth Bay, NSW 2011, Sydney - Australia +61(0)435 323 297 adupin88@gmail.com LinkedIn / Website


Portfolio Alice Dupin_English  

Selected works : 2006 / 2013

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