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ANDREA MARKOVIĆ


ABOUT ME CONTENT I am passionate about creating things both beautiful and functional and telling a story through architecture & design. I’ve been pursuing my passion as an architect since January 2012, when I joined my brother in an emerging architectural studio. Since then, I have designed, co-designed and managed the realization of dozens of projects, both residential and commercial. That said, I have never limited myself solely to architectural design. I found joy in interior design and through commercial projects and graphic design I discovered the power of communication through volume, space, materials and graphics. This is a presentation of selected works from my professional practice and university projects. Thus far I have worked on and designed residential projects such as villas, from layout to construction documentation; as well as apartments, mostly refurbishments, including construction documentation and supervision. A small project for a car showroom was the first of several commercial projects I have done. Since 2014, I have co-designed and designed several frozen yogurt kiosks and shops for two clients including the re-design of their brand image and graphics. This autumn I am working on two office fit out projects and also two hotel room designs. This portfolio also includes two of my academic works, whose assignment only specified technical or geographic limitations and where I had a chance to visualize all my ideas. During the research for my diploma project, called “Lively cemetery”, I gathered significant amount of information about the subject. So much in fact that after presenting my project at the 5th Conference of Společnost Petra Parléře for Czech Platform of Urban architects, I was encouraged to publish my research as a book.

CV CREATIVE PROCESS PROFESSIONAL WORK RESIDENTIAL PROJECTS APARTMENT I+V STUDIO PERNEROVA APARTMENT H. N/R VILLA VILLA Z THE VILLA COMMERCIAL PROJECTS YOBAR FROGURT HOTEL SAX ROOMS ATLAS COPCO EXAMPLES OF DRAWINGS ACADEMIC WORK LIVELY CEMETERY ART LABORATORY A BIT DIFFERENT FARM


INFO name

WORK EXPERIENCE Andrea Marković

date of birth

26/07/1990

nationality

Czech

ANDREA.M - Prague, CZ www.andream.design

EDUCATION 08/2017 - present

Freelance designer Graphic designer sm.A.A - Prague, CZ www.smaa.cz Architectural studio

anarchitekt - Prague, CZ www.anarchitekt.cz Architectural studio

08/2013

B. Arch.

www.2004ark.cz Architectural studio

sm.A.A - Prague, CZ

11/2016

Product training Dornbracht, Alape, DE

01/2016

Product training Kludi, AT

10/2015

Product training Marazzi, Casalgrande Padana, Cotto d’Este, IT

www.smaa.cz Architectural studio

CONTACT residence e-mail telephone web portfolio LinkedIn Issuu Behance

Prague, CZ / London, UK

Junior Architect

Illustrator Photoshop InDesign Microsoft Office

PUBLICATIONS

LANGUAGES C1 / C2 (CAE)

English

C2

01/2012

V-ray

CTU - Prague, CZ

06/2013

Junior architect

SketchUp

Bachelor’s degree in Architecture

Visualization designer 2004 ARK - Prague, CZ

AutoCad

CTU - Prague, CZ Faculty of Architecture

06/2012

Architect (eq. stage two practical experience) Project manager

Mac OS

Master’s degree in Architecture and Urbanism

M. Arch. 02/2015

11/2013 - present

SOFTWARE SKILLS

09/2016

Czech

native

Bosnian

C2

Croatian

A2

French

Andrea Marković, 2016 POHŘEBNICTVÍ - Definice, vývoj a potenciály v kontextu globálním i České republiky 2016, FOR PRAGUE ISBN 978-80-904759-1-5 eng. transl.: BURYING

- Definitions, developments and potentials in global and Czech context

EXPERTISE

andrea.markovic@icloud.com

+44 7749 921733 andream.design

Architectural design

/andreamarkovicarchitect

Product design

/andrea_markovic

Graphic design

andreamarkovic

CONFERENCES

Interior design

Urban planning and landscape design

09/2016

Živý hřbitov / Lively cemetery Presented at Společnost Petra Parléře's conference "Inspirace pro utkání s budoucností"


1/ stage one the assignment

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sort out the information based on relevance and D E F I N E the assignment

let’s get started!

No matter what it is we are designing, it is

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listen to client’s wishes, needs and possibilities

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crucial to truly understand the assignment before we start creating. We should also bear in mind that we do not receive the complete

clarify the assignment

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CREATIVE PROCESS

assignment from the client - we are the ones who must sort, systematize and assess all the client’s wishes and requests and help to formulate the assignment itself.

2/ stage two defining the concept research, get all necessary info

Once we are ready to start, I believe a good

put the concept into the context

approach is to look at the subject from a certain distance and gather all necessary and related information about it. This can mean

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historical context, scientific data or a personal story. From my experience, that is the part of the process that brings the best inspiration for

define the C O N C E P T

3/ stage three designing and presenting

verify if it fits in the budget and technical possibilities

creating a concept. After making sure the concept is applicable and meets all practical criteria, it’s time to give

P R E S E N T the design using graphic design

...

it a certain shape. Define and refine the shape and last but not least - present the design. At this point, the design meets graphic design. In fields such as architecture and design, it’s crucial that the presentation is unambiguous and needs no further verbal explanation.

convert the concept into design

. . . without the need for further verbal explanation


entrance

STUDIO PERNEROVA studio layout

11/2017 - UNDER CONSTRUCTION

too small to divide spactialy

DESIGN CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTATION SUPERVISION ALL VISUAL OUTPUT

bathroom

sleeping

niche with shelfs

invisible door with wall finish

material partition Airbnb guests, tenants, young people - the residents of Prague's city centre. Studio in Pernerova Street is designed just for that. entrance area: concrete (epoxide coating)

The 26-square metre space is providing quality living for a single long-term tenant or a couple as well as short-term stay for 4 airbnb guests. Its layout is designed for such residents and their lifestyles.

hanging open closet system

Industrial style belongs to this part of the city – Karlín. This former industrial zone is now one of the most sought-after business and social

living

kitchen & dinning & laundry

centres of Prague.

sofa bed

living area: wide plank wooden floor (oak)

wet areas: mosaic tiles

hinged rack for laundry

RESIDENTIAL PROJECTS


APARTMENT I+V 2016 - FINISHED DESIGN CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTATION SUPERVISION ALL VISUAL OUTPUT In the beginning, there was a family with two children and a frequent visitor - grandmother, and their two apartments. The project's goal was to reorganize the layout and design the interior based on the client's present needs. Apartment i+v was first designed as a layout-change

study

with

basic

design

concept of the interior represented by visualizations. Later, as the realization went on, the interior was designed literally on the spot, as the clients gradually specified their needs, tastes and possibilities. I consider this project to be a successful example of a personal approach in interior design proving that a design project needs to be approached individually, patiently and needs to be followed gradually in separate stages without neglecting the final touch.

RESIDENTIAL PROJECTS


APARTMENT H. 2015 - FINISHED DESIGN CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTATION SUPERVISION ALL VISUAL OUTPUT Apartment H. is designed for a young client who had inherited it from his grandparents. The building is from mid-60 ties, made of prefab panels typical for that time. Originally a 56m2 apartment with 2 rooms of which one was walk-through, a separate kitchen and old bathroom, was transformed into a three-room apartment suitable for a young couple. Today, it features one bedroom, one small study which can serve as a child’s room in the future, living area with kitchen and a bright bathroom. BEFORE refurbishment

AFTER refurbishment

The concept is based on client's needs and his story in which this apartment represents another milestone in his life. That is why the design is very simple and consists of two elements – white colour and rich-texture wood. The rest of the colours are to be painted by life.

RESIDENTIAL PROJECTS


grandma’s studio

garage

technical room boy’s apartment

parent’s apartment

fitness

office

N/R VILLA 2014 - TO BE FINISHED 12/2017 CO-DESIGN CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTATION ALL VISUAL OUTPUT

toilet

guest room

storage

boy’s apartment

living area

kitchen with hidden storage

N/R villa was designed for a family with two boys. The assignment was to use as much of

spa with pool and sauna

the land as the legislation allows. The house itself is divided according to it's usage - the entrance floor is representative, lively and designed for meetings, hosting guests and

2nd floor - private / night area

ground floor - living/hosting area

garden floor - relax/hosting area

enjoying family time. The second floor is a private night area and the ground floor (as the terrain is sloped) is a mixed area for relaxation (spa and fitness) and hosting guests. An apartment for the owner’s mother as well as a room for guests is situated on this floor. The second stage was about interior design, which was designed based on the general concept of the villa that works with generous spaces and natural materials such as stone (travertine facade and marble tiles) and wood (american walnut).

RESIDENTIAL PROJECTS


VILLA Z guest room mom’s bedroom living area garden storage

north/west oriented garden

garage

twin #1

2016 - UNDER THE APPROVAL PROCESS BY THE TOWN OFFICE CO-DESIGN DOCUMENTATION FOR BUILDING PERMIT ALL VISUAL OUTPUT

Vila Z was designed for a mother and her 3

secret door in the wardrobe

children, living in a mid-size town in northern Bohemia. The house is situated in developing

twin #2

part of the city, currently on a field that is going to be transformed into a residential neighborhood in the next 10 years.

kid’s private terrace technical room and laundry

big brother’s apartment

spa and fitness

The client's only requirement was to keep her bedroom downstairs, have a place to exercise and go for a morning swim, and a place for her children to enjoy summer at home and have their friends over too.

ground floor - living area

2nd floor - night area

The spatial concept is parallel to its layout concept. One cube representing the core of the house - living and sleeping area. The other two cubes are for the villa’s equipment such as spa and garage.

RESIDENTIAL PROJECTS


THE VILLA

private entrance

2016 - TERMINATED, CLIENT SOLD THE LAND CO-DESIGN ALL VISUAL OUTPUT

office

garden storage

This villa was designed for a family with three

guest’s apartment

twin #1

children. The assignment was to design a generous home for all of the family members,

twin #2

but also a representative place for hosting

kid’s private terrace

“sleeping” garden

guests.

parent’s bedroom

We have designed the house using three

big brother’s apartment

volumes, where the basic block represents communication (entrance, garage, welcoming guest through separate entrance), the second

spa & fitness

relaxation zone (spa and a guest room) and garage #2

the third bock representing private night area

laundry & technical room

we put on top of both blocks to create a

private entrance through garages

“living” garden

communication path. Thanks to terrain configuration, this block has its own entrance from a street leading to the local school. Creating the

garage #1 hosting entrance

path under the third block also divides the lively space next to the living room and spa from the quiet area on the eastern side where the bedrooms are located.

living area wine cellar

2nd floor / ground floor - private area

garden floor - living and hosting area

ground floor - technical area

RESIDENTIAL PROJECTS


YOBAR

walnut laminate texture

vanilla laminate worktop

2015-2017 4 FINISHED, 5TH TO BE OPENED 12/2017 CO-DESIGN, GRAPHIC RE-DESIGN CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTATION

The concept of self-service frozen yogurt is world known, especially in the United States, nostalgy (commonly used in mid-20ties)

traditional quality

soft

vintage rural

retro

natural

but it is still quite new to the Czech Republic. Yobar concept is special also for its nostalgic image reminding some of us of the famous old milk bars of early 20th century times. Since,

modest

2015 we have designed 5 bars of which 4 are open, 5th is scheduled to open in December 2017. The client already had first shop open, but it wasn’t working as expected. We took the idea of using white tiles as a reference to old dairy shops, but changed the layout and material usage completely as well as lightning and graphic placement. The product and the logo stayed the same. Wood and white retro tiles represent the

vintage st tiles

simplicity of the time when going for a glass of flavoured milk was a treat for the whole family.

COMMERCIAL PROJECTS


FROGURT

golden border

2014-2017 5 FINISHED CO-DESIGN CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTATION

Frogurt is another Czech frozen yogurt brand. wooden laths

Frogurt is a chain designed mostly for large-town shopping malls, carrying an image of a healthy, fresh and modern way of enjoying genuine and traditional dessert. White, golden yellow and grey are Frogurt's

product photography

product photography

representative colors. Modern and commercial anthracite furniture

image requires simple colors and shapes with an emphasis on the product itself through photography. It’s still a very small concept and still evolving based on market reactions and the client hasn’t decided to make a brand-manual yet, so every new kiosk or shop is unique.

industrial wooden floor

COMMERCIAL PROJECTS


HOTEL SAX ROOMS 11/2017 UNDER CONSTRUCTION CO-DESIGN VISUAL OUTPUT

Tifanny’s room

unseparated shower

Hotel Sax is an existing hotel situated in a tourist area in Prague and is already very interesting and its design is very conceptual. This year, the owners decided to refurbish two very small spaces in the building to create two entrance entrance

double rooms - that was the only assignment. In accordance with the existing concept of each room being an individual design unit, we’ve designed two rooms, each telling a different story and speaking in different color. One of the rooms is all in modern Breakfast at Tiffany’s concept using Tiffany’s blue and vintage pattern for carpet and tiles. This room is very small while the client’s requirements were not, so we’ve designed a bunk bed for the possibility of having three guests, mostly for the cases of guest with a child.

The shining room

interior extension at the expense of generous balcony

The second room is not that small but is located in the attic, so other space constraints entered the picture. Because of this, we’ve tiny bathroom with washbasin and toilet

designed a separate shower next to the bed. This room is accompanied with colors of the movie The Shining.

COMMERCIAL PROJECTS


ATLAS COPCO OFFICE semi transparent partitions wood and plants

relaxed talk spot

08/2017

acoustic ceiling boards

SUSPENDED DUE TO INTERNAL ORGANIZATION CHANGES, NEW DESIGN IN PROGRESS

printing centre

DESIGN VISUAL OUTPUT

Prague's

department

of

a

world-known

company decided to undertake a major redesign of their offices. The main assignment was to reorganize the working area, adjust it to an open space arrangement and redesign social spaces. The concept is based on the company's brand colors, their industry colours and characteristics of the work life in the office. The only limitation was the request to use the existing furniture, for budget reasons. Due to organizational changes in the company, this department will be moved to another floor and a new design is currently being designed.

kitchen and cafeteria receptionist office

social area, a place to relax

call box separable conference room waiting spot, talk spot

COMMERCIAL PROJECTS


architecture design realization Projekt:

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EXAMPLES OF DRAWINGS

SK-01


different tree species

connection to main arteries

diving each department

LIVELY CEMETERY DIPLOMA PROJECT DESIGN 2014 VISUAL OUTPUT

In 2008, the municipality of Hradec Králové issued a request for a study of the cemetery in

communication skeleton

categorized burying fields scattering meadows

alley hierarchical system clear department division

Kukleny. The aim of the study was to propose an extension of the area of the existing cemetery and to place a new ceremonial hall on the area of three parcels that the city intends to buy. In connection with this, the task was to propose the revitalization of the existing graveyard. The design of the new part of the Kukleny

new

Cemetery respects the requirements of the

second

municipality and at the same time sets its own

entrance

objectives, based on own site research and burial research, especially in terms of funeral development and sociological-psychological tendencies.

forest cemetery fields new secular funeral hall columbary walls

old catholic funeral hall standard cemetery fields

new cemetery extension

old cemetery revitalization

current entrance

For this project I was given a thesis jury’s commendation.

ACADEMIC PROJECTS


perfect shape

transition point life

dynamics tension RITUAL

preparation

ritual

If the cemetery could tell a story: (No) Confrontation - Phase 1 The visitor is not immediately confronted with the cold organization typical of cemeteries, or with the agoraphobia of the grand pre-space, as it is in many urban crematories in the Czech Republic. The initial anxiety will be calmed by the natural middle park-forest cemetery, randomly arranged space, whose planting will create a gentle grip on the entrance and fix the direction of the visitor's course. Here the visitor can see the edge (centre) of the facade of the funeral hall to which he is heading.

nothing silence peace

the end

linear sequence of the ritual

motion

intimacy

protection

medium

light & water embrace

confrontation

gradual confrontation

partition

shine-through

west

east

symetry

edge

Voltage - Phase 2 The central part of the story is relaxed and simulates preparation for the open space, pre-space of the mourning hall. Even here the visitor is not confronted with the organization and the order of the graves, but compared to the loose structure at the entrance to the premises, there is a visible geometry of the space using graves. This part is also the place of the largest expression of the aforementioned tension. Since the goal to which the visitor is directed is the outcome of the story of life, relationship or friendship; the space in front of the object and the path guiding the visitor to it is symbolically still on this “shore of life�, a place for good-byes and emotions. This space is defined by the characteristics of life: tension and restlessness. Dissolution - Phase 3 The time has come to enter a sufficiently large and dignified area. This is the place of the last deep breath before an important event, a place of confrontation with the situation and, above all, the other participants of the deceased's escort to the next world.

layout functionality common visitor

coffin trajectory

family visitors

family visitors - back entrance

indentification process

organization preparation

Ritual - Phase 4 The funeral hall itself is a transfer station between life and death, a pier on the River Styx, whence the deceased goes on alone. It is a place of contemplation, of remembrance and conciliation. Although the object itself is a static and fixed point of the story, the story itself flows further, using the dynamic water element on which the object stands and which takes the story of the deceased and carries it to the other bank, which is characterized by the opposite: calmness. Silence after the Storm - Phase 5 The zone of peace and tranquility, where scattering can take place, motion is reduced here to a minimum.

ACADEMIC PROJECTS


ART LABORATORY DESIGN 2014 VISUAL OUTPUT The theme of the art lab as the place of development of new methods and approaches to art requires a certain background, both financial and spatial. Considering its location and competition in the form of small art centers and small galleries in the city centre, Břevnov Art Lab offers something new. It is designed to be a place for the presentation of various types of art and also a place offering visitors the opportunity to try out the individual disciplines on their own. The laboratory program is based on dialogue THEORY / PRESENTATION / OBSERVATION Versus PRACTICE / WORKSHOP / INTERACTION The lab visitors are following these outcomes and have the opportunity to visit the lab as such through the workshops / testing rooms and monitor their work. In the next step, the laboratory offers the public the opportunity to try out the art in the form of workshops and

ground floor

tram stop

courses. The capacities of the building meet the needs

new connection to the park

gallery

of both the laboratory and the art school. PRESENTATION → OBSERVATIONS → INTERACTIONS → PRACTICES

island of ideas

galery

parkhouse

dancehall

café

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th

secret

practice

discussion meeting

workrooms studios classrooms

output

At the same time, the laboratory is also the meeting place and dialogue, which adapts the space in the form of a café and piazzettes to the object itself, called "Island of Idea", which has its surface with slightly controversial

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central warehouse

lookout

park library/shop

3rd f_music art 2nd f_visual art 1st f_stage art ground floor_common space

loo

main entrance

theory

interaction

representation

collaboration

drawings by Romanian artist Dan Perjovschi, arousing discussion, inspiration or stimulus for another creation. MEETING & DISCUSSION & INSPIRATION

observation

ACADEMIC PROJECTS


pond

breeding poultry

herbal field

potato field

orchard

forest

forest

floral field

parking

vegetable field

entrance

forest


A BIT DIFFERENT FARM CO-DESIGN 2013 ALL VISUAL OUTPUT

The design of the prison, called "A bit different farm", is based on a concept that addresses the potential of a self-sufficient and safe prison.

The design deals with self-sufficiency and efficiency of labor utilization. The proposal therefore uses the advantageous location of 51 hectares large parcels in the Nymburk region, a place well known for its very fertile and rich land. The area of the whole prison, including the farm, uses 49 hectares of land, of which 40 hectares are used for agricultural production and related activities.

The farm produces a large amount of raw materials from potatoes, fruits, vegetables to flowers, significantly affecting the economy of the prison. The amount of production of this prison farm will not only feed the prison itself, but will also generate additional profits in the form of sale on a reserved market. This form of farming makes the prison not only self-sufficient, but offers employment for every prisoner regardless of age or health restrictions. Selling products of their production also serves as an educational and motivational tool for the rehabilitation of an individual who, after a certain period of time, should return to society and, above all, to the labor market.

ACADEMIC PROJECTS


CONTACT residence e-mail telephone web portfolio LinkedIn Issuu Behance

Prague, CZ / London, UK andrea.markovic@icloud.com

+44 7749 921733 andream.design /andreamarkovicarchitect /andrea_markovic andreamarkovic


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