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RESUME CONTACT INFORMATION BLEJUSCA ANDREI 14.04.1988 Europe | Asia-Pacific

email: blejusca@yahoo.com andreiblejusca@gmail.com skype: andrei_blejusca wechat: andreiblejusca whatsapp: +40723046390

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE july 2017 - present

SENIOR ARCHITECT | WELL Architecture, Shanghai, China www.wellarch.cn Responsibilities: •Architecture & interior design director •Leading the concept design teams •Attending meetings with clients •Visits on the site of the projects

february 2014 - july 2017

ARCHITECT | KOE International Architects, Shanghai, China www.koecn.com Responsibilities: •Architecture & landscape concept design •Architectural ilustration •Attending meetings with clients •Visits on the site of the projects

june 2013 - january 2014

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JUNIOR ARCHITECT | YELLOW OFFICE Architecture, Bucharest, Romania www.yellowoffice.ro Responsibilities: •Architecture & interior concept design •Architectural ilustration


june 2011 - june 2013

INTERN ARCHITECT | BAIXA Construction, Romania www.baixa.ro Responsibilities: •Architecture: Restaurant, Residential and Swimming Pool Design •Product design: Furniture, Urban Furniture •Marketing: Branding Design, Outdoor & Indoor Print Design

june 2010 - june 2011

CONSULTING DESIGNER | VASION, Romania www.vasion.ro Responsibilities: •Store facade design •Branding & marketing design

EDUCATION july 2016 / 2017 / 2018

Harvard University - Graduate School of Design, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA •Find, Create, Operate: The Hotel Project Development Lifecycle •Certificate of Completion •The Real Estate Development Fundamentals •Certificate of Completion •Digital Buildings •Certificate of Completion

october 2007 - july 2013

“Ion Mincu” University of Architecture and Urbanism, Bucharest, Romania •School of Architecture •Master of Architecture •Title of Architect •RIBA accredited

september 2003 - july 2007

“Gheorghe Vranceanu” National College, Bacau, Romania •Department of Mathematics - Informatics •High School Diploma, Baccalaureate •Informatics Certification


RESUME LANGUAGES English - fluently speaking and reading | good competence in writing | Cambridge Certificated Chinese - basic knowledge | HSK3 Certificated | currently studying for HSK4 certification Romanian - native language French - basic knowledge

COMPUTER SKILLS 2D & 3D modeling rendering visualization

Autocad 5/5 Sketchup 5/5 3D Studio Max 3/5 Rhino & GH 2/5 Sketchup V-ray 5/5 3D Studio Max V-ray 2/5 Adobe Photoshop 5/5 Adobe InDesign 4/5 Adobe Illustrator 4/5

OTHER SKILLS hand drawing | express ideas through sketches creativity | generate & apply new ideas and solutions team work | work confidently withing a group flexibility | adapt to changing situations & environment integrity | maintain confidentiality and question inappropriate behavior developing professionalism | pay care & attention to quality in all the work

VOLUNTEERING PROJECTS october 2013

East - Centric Architectural Triennale Bucharest, Romania

october 2013

The launch of RePAD guide Restoration - Patrimony, Architecture, Development Bucharest, Romania

september 2013

VOLAM - Volunteering in Astra Museum Sibiu, Romania

2010 & 2011

Monumente Uitate / Forgotten Monuments Romania


WORKSHOPS & EXHIBITIONS 12 - 15 september 2013

Văleni Wood Workshop Event by Maria Tibănesti Association and Baron Michael de Sturcea Neamt, Romania

july 2012 & 2013

Summer University of Restoration of Monuments and Sites under the patronage of the Romanian Academy Old School and Heritage Restoration in Bucium, 3rd and 2nd edition Alba, Romania

17 - 26 august 2012

School of Bunesti 5th edition Targu Mures, Romania

PERSONAL PROJECTS 2010 - present

TRAVEL with an ARCHITECT This is an on-line photo report of the places me and my wife visited around the world and which are worth seeing. The project can be followed on instagram @TRAVELwithanARCHITECT

2017 - present

ZWARTpro™ | Travel & Mobile Photography Gear This is both a brand and product development project. The products are Macro + Wide Angle Phone Lens Attachments. They can be attached to a phone’s camera and enhance the pictures taken with the mobile device. The Wide Angle opens the field of view, allowing you to capture much more context in just one shot, The Macro Lens allows you to get really close to a subject and focus on it’s texture and details. The products are designed and developed together with a factory from Shenzhen, China and are being sold worldwide through the Amazon USA store.


MORE ABOUT ME My interaction with design started in a small town in Europe. In 2007 I moved in the capital city in order to attend the most prestigious Architecture and Urban Planning University in the country. After 4 years in school I started my first job as a junior architect, while I went on with my studies. 2 more years later, I was the proud owner of a Master Degree, but unfortunately in an environment still affected by the economic crisis, with little to no activity in the construction business. As I wasn’t ready to abandon my dream for practicing architecture, I started searching opportunities where the big things were happening at that moment. This is how I arrived in Shanghai, China, just half a year after graduation. So here I was, in a country with a language I couldn’t understand, working in a company that was barely speaking English, but where fortunately we all used the universal language of architecture to communicate during our projects. The cultural and language barrier was something both challenging yet rewarding for me to overcome. I soon started taking Chinese lessons and HSK exams, I started to embrace some local habits and cultural elements and managed to make Shanghai my home for the next 6 years. During this time, I got the chance to collaborate with 2 companies, working around 3 years with each of them. Most of the projects that I joined there were at a scale that I couldn’t have dreamed to find in Europe, and at a pace that forced me to always organize and work better and faster.


Still hungry for knowledge, I also managed to travel to Cambridge, USA, and attend some very interesting Harvard GSD courses for 3 years in a raw, courses about Hotel Project Development, Real Estate Fundamentals and Digital Buildings. Now, after 8 years of working and constantly interacting with Design and Architecture, I plan to make my step towards the next big thing, and for me this has to be Hong Kong. I truly believe that the lifestyle and working environment here are exactly what I’m looking for right now, and I’m confident I’ll find there a great team of people to join and grow together. Below you can find my Portfolio. If you feel I would be a good fit in your team, I would be more than happy to discuss with you more and find the perfect way for us to collaborate. And of course, if you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact me! Thank you again for taking the time to go through my resume!


CONTENTS I. INTERIOR DESIGN | ARCHITECT | Selected work I.01. Maker City Creative Space I China, Ningbo...................................................2018 senior architect | commercial & cultural | completed

I.02. AIJIA Sales Office I China, Danyang................................................................2017 senior architect | office & commercial | completed

I.03. IBIS Red Hotel Design I China, Linyi...................................................................2019 senior architect | hospitality | under construction

I.04. ibis Red Hotel Competiton | China, Shanghai................................................2018 architect | hospitality | competition concept design

I.05. Senior Care Center | China, Xiangguang.......................................................2019 senior architect | health & hospitality | concept design

I.06. Hongqiao New Office | China, Shanghai........................................................2019 senior architect | office | completed

II. INTERIOR + ARCHITECTURE | ARCHITECT | Selected work II.01. VITRAJ Restaurant & Lounge | Bacau, Romania...........................................2013 architect | restaurant | completed

II.02. Zhoushan B&B Villa I China, Zhoushan............................................................2018 senior architect | hospitality | completed

II.03. Hotel Renovation | China, Lianyungang........................................................2016 senior architect | hospitality | completed

II.04. Zhiji Health Valley | China, Shaoyang............................................................2018 senior architect | hospitality | under construction

II.05. Panyu Library Competition I China, Guangzhou...........................................2016 senior architect | cultural | competition concept design


III. ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN | ARCHITECT | Selected work III.01. Vanke Sales Office I China, Changsha..........................................................2014 architect | office & commercial | completed

III.02. Vanke Mix-Use Competition I China, Shenzhen...........................................2018 senior architect | commercial office & soho | competition design

III.03. Foshan Hotel & Commercial I China, Danyag..............................................2016 architect | hospitality & commercial | under construction

III.04. Qipao Town Competition | China, Wujiang..................................................2016 architect | cultural | competition concept design

III.05. Private Club | China, Beijing...........................................................................2015 architect | office & commercial | completed

III.06. BBQ Shaoyang Commercial | China, Shaoyang.........................................2015 architect | office & commercial | concept design

III.07. Vanke Commercial River| China, Changsha...............................................2015 architect | commercial & landscape | concept design

IV. ARCHITECTURAL ILLUSTRATION | Video Presentations & 360 Renderings IV.01. 3D Video Presentations IV.02. VR & 360 Spherical Panoramas V. WORKSHOPS | VOLUNTEER | Workshops & Exhibitions V.01. Valeni Wood Workshop | Romania, Neamt..................................................2013 V.02. Bucium Summer University| Romania, Alba........................................2013/2012 V.03. School of Bunesti| Romania, Arges.................................................................2015 V.04. East-Centric Architecture Triennale| Romania, Bucharest..........................2013 V.05. V.O.L.A.M. Project| Romania, Sibiu................................................................2013


I. INTERIOR DESIGN

ARCHITECT | SELECTED WORK 2010 - 2019


positions |interior architect senior interior architect project types |hospitality commercial cultural mix-use


I.01

Maker City Creative Space China, Ningbo | 2018

position|senior interior architect type |commercial & cultural phase |completed area |4.000 m2

The first stage of this project was in fact a competition. After we won it, we adjusted the design according to the client’s new requirements. We went for an industrial yet clean overall feeling, We kept the concrete as the dominant color and texture in the atrium, but despite this the general atmosphere in the space is quite warm and welcoming. This is mainly thanks to the inserts of red-tone colors and wood material, along with the warm yellow lighting used in the space, Responsibilities: concept design team leader, interior design, construction site visits


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Maker City Creative Space I China, Ningbo I 2018

existing space photos


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Maker City Creative Space I China, Ningbo I 2018

concept sketches & diagrams

space division concept


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Maker City Creative Space I China, Ningbo I 2018

plans & diagrams

1st Floor


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Maker City Creative Space I China, Ningbo I 2018

upper levels plans

2nd Floor

3rd Floor


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4th Floor


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Maker City Creative Space I China, Ningbo I 2018

built project - photos


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Maker City Creative Space I China, Ningbo I 2018

built project - photos


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Maker City Creative Space I China, Ningbo I 2018

branding & visual identity


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I.02

AIJIA Sales Office Design China, Danyang | 2017

position|senior interior architect type |commercial & cultural phase |completed area |2.000 m2

The main challenge of this project was the very tight deadline. It took 3 months from concept to completion. For the style, the client opted for modern with traditional elements. Even though this is not always an easy balance to achieve, we did our best to combine them throughout the many different types of spaces of the sales office and the client was very happy with the results. Responsibilities: concept design team leader, interior design, construction site visits


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Aijia Sales Office Design I China, Danyang I 2017

project renderings


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Aijia Sales Office Design I China, Danyang I 2017

plans & diagrams

space division concept

streamlines analysis


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space division diagrams


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Aijia Sales Office Design I China, Danyang I 2017

plans & axonometries

1st Floor

2nd Floor


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axonomitries


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Aijia Sales Office Design I China, Danyang I 2017

built project - photos


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Aijia Sales Office Design I China, Danyang I 2017

built project - photos


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Aijia Sales Office Design I China, Danyang I 2017

built project - photos


I.02 colors & materials selection


I.03

ibis Red Hotel Design China, Linyi | 2019

position|senior interior architect type |hospitality phase |under construction area |3.500 m2

For this project the client already had the design guidelines very clear. We had to solve the functional aspect of the plans, and adapt their design guides to the current situation, and using our expertise to solve the problems that are not in the standard manual. Responsibilities: concept design, interior design, illustrations


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ibis Red Hotel Design I China, Linyi I 2019

lobby renderings


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ibis Red Hotel Design I China, Linyi I 2019

lobby plan & diagrams


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ibis Red Hotel Design I China, Linyi I 2019

restaurant renderings


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ibis Red Hotel Design I China, Linyi I 2019


I.03 restaurant plan & diagrams


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ibis Red Hotel Design I China, Linyi I 2019

rooms renderings


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ibis Red Hotel Design I China, Linyi I 2019

wallpapers & furniture selection


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ibis Red Hotel Competition China, Shanghai | 2018 position|interior architect type |hospitality phase |concept design area |2.500 m2

Our goat for this project was to create a game of colors in each space, based on the client’s branding and target public for this line of hotels, making the experience both interesting and memorable for all the guests. This is the competition that won us a series of new project from the ibis Red client. Responsibilities: team leader for concept design, interior design, architectural illustrations


I.04 mood board

ibis Red Hotel Competition I China, Shanghai I 2018


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ibis Red Hotel Competition I China, Shanghai I 2018

lobby renderings


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ibis Red Hotel Competition I China, Shanghai I 2018

room renderings


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C E

D E CURRENT FLOOR TYPE ROOM TYPES


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ibis Red Hotel Competition I China, Shanghai I 2018

room renderings


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E TYPE ROOM


I.05

Senior Care Center

China, Xiangguang| 2019 position|senior interior architect type |health & hospitality phase |concept design area |3.800 m2

This kind of project are always fascinating to work on, as they combine the hospitality elements of the design with some very strict requirements regarding the health care regulations. The aesthetics are obviously an important element of the space, but they always have to follow the function, which in this type of projects it is given priority. Responsibilities: concept design leader, interior design, architectural illustration


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Senior Care Center I China, Xiangguang I 2019

public areas - 1st floor

2 1 3

4

1

lobby area

2

cafe area

3

waiting area

4

library


I.05 lobby area renderings


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Senior Care Center I China, Xiangguang I 2019

cafe area rendering


I.05 waiting area renderings


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Senior Care Center I China, Xiangguang I 2019

library rendering

colors & ma


aterials selection

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Senior Care Center I China, Xiangguang I 2019

public areas - 2nd floor

5 6

7 5

infusion station

6

activity area

7

conference hall


I.05 infusion station & activity area renderings

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6


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Senior Care Center I China, Xiangguang I 2019

conference hall renderings


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Senior Care Center I China, Xiangguang I 2019

patients room types


I.05 patients rooms renderings


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Senior Care Center I China, Xiangguang I 2019

spa area renderings


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I.06

Hongqiao New Office China, Shanghai| 2019

position|senior interior architect type |office phase |completed area |200 m2

The main challenge of this project was the budget allocated by the client. So we had to try to get the maximum effect out of the minimum money invested. Also, the customer didn’t want a classic design, but one more suitable for young employees. As a result, we played with the plaster color and some wallpapers on some walls in order to avoid the monotony of the space, and we combined the standard furniture with the custom made pieces. Responsibilities: concept design team leader, interior design, construction site visits


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Hongqiao New Office I China, Shanghai I 2019

existing space & construction photos


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Hongqiao New Office I China, Shanghai I 2019 plan, axonometry & renderings


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I.06 site photos

Hongqiao New Office I China, Shanghai I 2019


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Hongqiao New Office I China, Shanghai I 2019

completed project photos


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II. INTERIOR + ARCHITECTURE ARCHITECT | SELECTED WORK 2010 - 2019


positions |project architect senior architect project types |building architecture interior design urban planning landscape


II.01

Vitraj Premium Lounge Romania, Bacau | 2013 position|architect type |restaurant & bar phase |completed area |200mp

The project started with the beneficiary’s desire to create an extension for an existing pizzeria in the Gepex Park Complex in Bacau. Simultaneously a project was carried out for the parking, which has been for us an opportunity to create a dialogue between the two areas. The opening of the new building towards the green space was achieved by glazing on three sides. We opted for sliding doors that once opened it is created a strong bond between the interior of the building and the exterior setting.


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Vitraj Premium Lounge I Romania, Bacau I 2013

existing space & construction photos


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Vitraj Premium Lounge I Romania, Bacau I 2013

plan & details

plan


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detail drawings


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Vitraj Premium Lounge I Romania, Bacau I 2013

interior space photos


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Vitraj Premium Lounge I Romania, Bacau I 2013

facade & terrace photos


II.01


II.02

Zhoushan B&B Villa China, Zhoushan| 2018 position|senior architect type |hospitality phase |completed area |1.500 m2

The main challenge of this project was to create an accessible commercial space well connected to the city and the future development plan of the area. As a result, the vegetation aisle which was planned to cross our site had a crucial role in developing the design, as it carved our main volume the same way in nature a river erodes a mountain in it’s path. Responsibilities: team leader for concept design, facade design, landscape design, architectural illustration


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Zhoushan B&B Villa I China, Zhoushan I 2018

existing space photos


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Zhoushan B&B Villa I China, Zhoushan I 2018

arrangement plans

1st floor


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2nd floor


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Zhoushan B&B Villa I China, Zhoushan I 2018

building facade photos


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Zhoushan B&B Villa I China, Zhoushan I 2018

lobby area photos


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Zhoushan B&B Villa I China, Zhoushan I 2018

rooftop terrace plan & photos


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Zhoushan B&B Villa I China, Zhoushan I 2018

rooftop terrace photos


II.02


II.02 room photos

Zhoushan B&B Villa I China, Zhoushan I 2018


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II.03

Hotel Renovation

China, Lianyungang | 2016 position |project architect type |hospitality phase |completed area |7.500 m2

The goal of this project was to come with a new fresh design for an already existing hotel. The approach was a modern one, but not without paying attention that were dealing with a space where people will have to spend live. Therefore, we used warm colors and materials in the design in order to achieve a cosy feeling and offer the future guests the highest level of comfort.


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Hotel Renovation I China, Lianyungang I 2016

facade renovation renderings


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Hotel Renovation I China, Lianyungang I 2016

lobby area plan

design language direction


II.03 lobby area rendering


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Hotel Renovation I China, Lianyungang I 2016

business style rooms - plans & renderings


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Hotel Renovation I China, Lianyungang I 2016

business style room renderings


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Hotel Renovation I China, Lianyungang I 2016

young style rooms - plans & renderings


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Hotel Renovation I China, Lianyungang I 2016

built project - lobby & hall


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Zhuji Health Valley China, Shaoyang| 2018 position|project architect type |health & hospitality phase |concept design area |350.000 m2

The main challenge of this project was to create an accessible commercial space well connected to the city and the future development plan of the area. As a result, the vegetation aisle which was planned to cross our site had a crucial role in developing the design, as it carved our main volume the same way in nature a river erodes a mountain in it’s path. Responsibilities: team leader for concept design, facade design, landscape design, architectural illustration


II.04 site photos

Zhuji Health Valley I China, Shaoyang I 2018


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Zhuji Health Valley I China, Shaoyang I 2018

masterplan & birdview rendering


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Zhuji Health Valley I China, Shaoyang I 2018

local masterplan

local section & renderings


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Zhuji Health Valley I China, Shaoyang I 2018

villas renderings


II.04


#1 villa master plan & rendering


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Zhuji Health Valley I China, Shaoyang I 2018

#1 villa elevations & section

#1 villa plans


II.04 #1 villa renderings


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Zhuji Villas I China, Shaoyang I 2018

#1 villa interior renderings


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II.05

Panyu Library Competition China, Guanzhou| 2016 position |senior architect type |library competition phase |concept design area |16.700 m2

The library’s design takes its roots from the local culture, and more specifically from the Daliang Village Complex, which is one of the most significant historical heritages from the area. As a result, our new building borrows a few key elements like the curved line of the roof and the white solid walls with small window openings . These were combined with new technologies and materials like the media façade and which together are subject to modern principles of sustainability. Responsibilities: concept design, facade design, architectural illustrations


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Panyu Library Competition I China, Guanzhou I 2016

volume concept diagrams


II.05 visual cultural inspiration

accesses analysis


II.05 masterplan

Panyu Library Competition I China, Guanzhou I 2016


II.05 exploded axonometry


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Panyu Library Competition I China, Guanzhou I 2016

street view rendering


II.05 elevations


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Panyu Library Competition I China, Guanzhou I 2016

interior rendering

street view rendering


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Panyu Library Competition I China, Guanzhou I 2016

plans & section


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Panyu Library Competition I China, Guanzhou I 2016

atrium renderings


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III. ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN ARCHITECT | SELECTED WORK 2010 - 2018


positions |architect senior architect project types |office commercial hospitality mix-use


III.01

Vanke Sales Office China, Changsha | 2014

position|architect type |office & commercial phase |completed area |6500 m2

The sales office always needs a special design to differentiate itself from the other buildings and be the main point of attraction in a new complex. In order to achieve that, we created a dynamic facade that catches everyone’s eye through the sharp cuts of the facade during the day. Also, during the night the building gets noticed through the special lighting effect created by the perforated boards on the facade.


III.01 Vanke Sales Office I China, Changsha I 2014 plan


III.01 elevations


III.01 Vanke Sales Office I China, Changsha I 2014 day-time pictures | sun & shadow effect on the facade


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III.01 Vanke Sales Office I China, Changsha I 2014 night pictures | lighting effect


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III.02

Vanke Mix-Use Competition China, Shenzhen | 2018

position|senior architect type |commercial, office & soho phase |concept design area |350.000 m2

The main challenge of this project was to create an accessible commercial space well connected to the city and the future development plan of the area. As a result, the vegetation aisle which was planned to cross our site had a crucial role in developing the design, as it carved our main volume the same way in nature a river erodes a mountain in it’s path. Responsibilities: team leader for concept design, facade design, landscape design, architectural illustration


III.02 Vanke Mix-Use Competition I China, Shenzhen I 2018 commercial renderings


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III.02 Vanke Mix-Use Competition I China, Shenzhen I 2018 concept diagrams


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III.02 Vanke Mix-Use Competition I China, Shenzhen I 2018 masterplan


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III.03

Foshan Nanhai Hotel China, Foshan| 2016

position|senior architect type |hospitality & commercial phase |under construction area |35.000 m2

The site of the project is situated in Foshan, China, in an area with beautiful landscape, close to a lake and surrounded by green hills. The first challenge was to use the full potential of the site when designing the layout of the masterplan. We managed to do this by alternating main functions along the waterfront. This way, both the hotel and the commercial benefit from the direct relationship with the lake, and the mix of functions on the site create an even distribution of activities. Responsibilities: concept design, facade design, landscape design, architectural illustration, video presentation


III.03 Foshan Nanhao Hotel I China, Foshan I 2016 section & plan


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III.03 Foshan Nanhao Hotel I China, Foshan I 2016 hotel rendering


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III.03 Foshan Nanhao Hotel I China, Foshan I 2016 bird view rendering


III.03 street and lake view renderings


III.03 Foshan Nanhao Hotel I China, Foshan I 2016 lake view rendering


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III.04

Qipao Town Competition China, Wujiang | 2016 position |architect type |mix use phase |concept design area |45.000 m2

The concept of the main buildings is inspired from the cocoon structures spun by silk larvae, in an attempt to protect themselves while they evolve. One of the stages of the Qipao dress is determined by a simple insect which is capable of creating a strong and amazing material. Our Idea was to use the cocoon shape in order to highlight the importance of this small creature, by using it’s principles of silk web design. There are also main lines which anchor the cocoon, which we used for pedestrian lines and the outer shell which hardens in time and is strong as an outer shell.


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Qipao Town Competition I China, Wujiang I 2016

cultural town renderings


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III.04 master plan

Qipao Town Competition I China, Wujiang I 2016 master plan concept sketches

SITE ACCESSIBILITY The main accesses on the site, both pedestrian and for vehicles, connecting the mainland to the island


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SITE CONNECTIVITY

PEDESTRIAN PATHS

MASTERPLAN SCHEME

Main entrances and the connections between them determine the position of the cocoon buildings and the public squares

Between the buildings we created straight pedestrian pathways, resembling the silk strands

Individual buildings and the landscape come together to create one unitary design


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Qipao Town Competition I China, Wujiang I 2016

sections museum | college | hotel

museum plans

underground

1st floor


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2nd floor

3rd floor

4th floor


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Qipao Town Competition I China, Wujiang I 2016

college plans

hotel plans

town elevation


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III.05

Private Club I 2015 China, Beijing

position |architect type |office & commercial phase |completed area |2.000 m2

The requirements for this building were to create sales offices for a new residential complex with a private and exclusivist design. In order to achieve this, we opted for a symmetrical composition, a facade with repetitive elements to create rhythm and a feeling of monumentality. Moreover, the building and the small yard are separated by the public area with an imposing fence and they are accessible through a main gate with a large floating canopy.


III.05 Private Club I Beijing, China I 2015 project renderings


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III.05 Private Club I Beijing, China I 2015 during construction pictures


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III.05 Private Club I Beijing, China I 2015 finished building pictures


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III.05 Private Club I Beijing, China I 2015 finished building pictures


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III.06

BBQ Shaoyang Commercial China, Shaoyang | 2015

position|architect type |commercial + office phase |concept design area |42.000 m2

For this large commercial project the approach was to create an interesting and visually appealing facade towards the street in order to attract the public and invite them inside. The big stone walls that offer the building stability and strength are alternated with large glass curtain walls that basically mark the entrances and other special spaces of the complex. What’s more, the smart use of landscape and lighting design is creating a real spectacle for the guests to enjoy and encourage them to return for the experience.


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BBQ Shaoyang Commercial I China, Shaoyang I 2015

project renderings


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III.06 masterplan

BBQ Shaoyang Commercial I China, Shaoyang I 2015 B1 & F1 floor plans


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BBQ Shaoyang Commercial I China, Shaoyang I 2015

volume study through physical model


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Vanke Commercial River China, Changsha| 2015 position |architect type |commercial phase |concept design area |12.800 m2

The main idea for this project is based on the landscape team concept of the stones in a river. This is why the whole layout of the plan is organic and asymmetrical. To emphasize the concept, the small commercial buildings with irregular shape are finished mostly in stone material, while the flow of people among them, as the main dynamic element, will represent the river.


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Vanke Commercial River I China, Changsha I 2015


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Vanke Commercial River I China, Changsha I 2015

master plan & sections

site master plan


III.07 site section

site 1st floor plan


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Vanke Commercial River I China, Changsha I 2015

shape study through phisical model


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IV. VIDEO & VR ILLUSTRATIONS Video Presentations & 360 Renderings 2014 - 2017


illustration type |3D video presentations VR & 360 spherical panoramas software used|sketchup & v-ray lumion photoshop


IV.01

3D Video Presentations Foshan Hotel | China | 2016 software |lumion type |building architecture & landscape length |2 min 36 sec

www.youtube.com


IV.01

3D Video Presentations

Wuhu University | China | 2016 software |lumion type|building architecture & landscape length |1 min 17 sec

www.youtube.com


IV.01

Mediteranean Villa USA, Arkansas | 2016

software |lumion type |building architecture & landscape area |12.000 m2

www.youtube.com


IV.02

VR & 360 Spherical Panoramas Office space | 2016

www.theta360.com


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VR & 360 Spherical Panoramas Livingroom & dining | 2016

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VR & 360 Spherical Panoramas Museum | 2016

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VR & 360 Spherical Panoramas Livingroom, kitchen & dining | 2016

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VR & 360 Spherical Panoramas Attic bedroom | 2016

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V. WORKSHOPS

VOLUNTEER |WORKSHOPS & EXHIBITIONS 2007 - 2013


types |courses & workshops fields |architecture building heritage building conservation & restoration


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Valeni Wood Workshop

Wodden doors and frames restoration

Romania, Neamt | 2013

organizer |Maria Tibanesti Association & Styrcea Family type |course & workshop responsibilities |learn & help with the restoration of the wooden doors & frames The workshop took place at the Styrcea property in Valeni where the family’s mansion was in the process of restoration. One of the problems that had to be solved was related to the original carpentry woodwork which had to be preserved. The aim of the workshop was to familiarize participants with the restoration techniques of wooden windows and doors and presented a few methods of intervention in historic buildings joinery.


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Bucium Summer University Preserving the patrimony heritage

Romania, Alba| 2013 & 2012

organizer |Maria Tibanesti Association & Styrcea Family type |course & workshop responsibilities |learn & help with the restoration of the wooden doors & frames The aim of the workshop is to save the Unclassified Romanian Rural Heritage that still exists which can become the engine of revitalization for our commons using the European-French model. At the end of the workshop we made an exhibition with the sketches and a presentation for the locals so they realize the importance of preserving the patrimony. Also, at the end of every edition it was made a book and a TV documentary.


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School of Bunesti

Wodden doors and frames restoration

Romania, Arges | 2012

organizer |Maria Tibanesti Association & Styrcea Family type |course & workshop responsibilities |learn & help with the restoration of the wooden doors & frames School of Bunesti is a school-site for student architects and more. It takes place every summer since 2008, in a clearing in the Valsan Valley in Arges Country. Working exclusively with natural materials, the school is exploring the potential of traditional techniques, learning from vernacular architecture and applying it to current needs, with no desire to imitate or innovate at all costs. Over the past years, the purpose of the workshops was an obvious one: to reveal meanings that the use of local natural materials send to the act of building and to the building itself.


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E-C Architecture Triennale Trans(ap)parencies

Romania, Bucharest | 2013

organizer |Maria Tibanesti Association & Styrcea Family type |course & workshop responsibilities |learn & help with the restoration of the wooden doors & frames East Centric Architecture Triennale 2013, with it’s theme called T r a n s ( a p ) p a r e n c i e s, is an event dedicated to East and Central European Architecture and critique. The Triennale is the place to meet, debate and reflect for the practitioners, critics, students and the public. It is the place where alternative and interdisciplinary architectural practices explored, where everyone can participate and build that sustainable, common and coherent future that the Triennale envisages.


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V.O.L.A.M. Project

Building a traditional fence

Romania, Sibiu | 2013

organizer |DALA Foundation ASTRA National Museum Sibiu type |course & workshop responsibilities |learn & help with the restoration of the wooden doors & frames VOLAM is a platform for international volunteering and academic practices initiated by the foundation DALA and the MCPT ASTRA which is part of a sustainable development program in ASTRA National Museum Complex. As volunteers we helped at making a wooden fence for a traditional house placed in the Village Museum .


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Structural Performance

Tensegrity | 1:1 Model | Publication

UAUIM | 2012 Year Type Location Program

|5th year |team project |Bucharest, Romania |public space, library, concert hall, restaurant

Tensegrity, tensional integrity or floating compression, is a structural principle based on the use of isolated components in compression inside a net of continuous tension, in such a way that the compressed members (usually bars or struts) do not touch each other and the prestressed tensioned members (usually cables or tendons) delineate the system spatially. The term tensegrity was coined by Buckminster Fuller in the 1960s as a portmanteau of “tensional integrity�. We used the tensegrity icosahedron, discovered by Buckminster Fuller in 1949, as a module for our complex spatial structure. Finally, we made a 1:1 model which was basically an exibit for other students to interact with during a period of one month.


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Structural Performance: Tensegrity | UAUIM I 2012


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CONCEPT 1: CORRIDOR PATH

CONCEPT 2: ROLLING THE PATH

CONCEPT 3: LABYRINTH


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Structural Performance: Tensegrity | UAUIM I 2012


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Structural Performance: Tensegrity | UAUIM I 2012


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Structural Performance: Tensegrity | UAUIM I 2012


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2019 Guizhou Village Design | Red Land Scenic Spot | Talent Industry Park | Lianshi Police Station | Hongqiao New Office | Huayan Temple Design|

China, Guizhou China, Yunnan China, Nanxun China, Lianshi China, Shanghai China, Lanting

2018 Vanke Mix-Use Competition | Maker Space Atrium Design | Ningbo KTV Hotel | Shaoxing Zhuji Villas | Zhoushan B&B Villa | Ibis Hotel Competition | Elders Care Center | Zhuji Health Valley |

China, Shenzhen China, Ningbo China, Ningbo China, Shaoxing China, Zhoushan China, Shanghai China, Xiangguang China, Shaoyang

2017 Aijia Sales Office | Jurong Flower Hill Hotel + Villas | Nanxun Primary School Competition | Taihu Village Landscape | Bamboo Forest Village Center | Foshan Nanhai Commercial | Hoffman Liberty Towns | Kogarah Center Develompent |

China, Danyang China, Jiangsu China, Nanxun China, Changxing China, Changxing China, Foshan USA, Savannah Australia, Sydney

2016

Xuzhou Suining Apartments & Commercial | Anhui Wuhu University | Qingdao Finance Building | Yangchuan Sales Office | Library Competition | Yongchuan Sales Office | Shanghai Pudong Museum Competition | Guangzhou Shopping Center | Foshan Nanhai Hotel & Commercial | Wujiang Qipao Competition | Lianyungang Hotel Renovation |

Xuzhou, China Anhui, China Qingdao, China Yongchuan, China Guangzhou, China Yongchuan, China Shanghai, China Guangzhou, China Foshan, China Shanghai, China Shanghai, China


2016 Hellooyster Market Facade| Jiading, China Shenzhen Factory & Apartments| Shanghai, China Jiading Office & Commercial | Shenzhen, China

2015 Zhejiang Wenliang Commercial | Jingning New Asian Villas | KYMS New Office Building Facade | VANKE Residential Entrance Design | Changsha Golden Bridge Cultural Center | Shaoyang Bubugao Mix Use | VANKE Wenzhou Entrance | Beijing Commercial & Landscape Design | Sales Office & Club | Kindergarten Facade Design |

Zhejiang, China Jingning, China Shanghai, China Cheungsha, China Changsha, China Qingdao, China Wenzhou, China Beijing, China Beijing, China Beijing, China

2014 Greenland Changde Sales Office | Hefei Shopping Center | Wuxi Jiangxin Apartment Building | Ningbo Shopping Center | Changsha VANKE Sports Commercial | Kongqiao Office Complex | VANKE Sales Office | VANKE Commercial River| Greenland Hefei Apartments | Fuzhou Commercial Center | Jiangyin Hongqiao Residential & Commercial | Jiangxi Yichun Commercial |

Changde, China Hefei, China Wuxi, China Ningbo, China Changsha, China Kongqiao, China Changsha, China Changsha, China Hefei, China Fuzhou, China Jiangyin, China Jiangxin, China

2010 - 2013 Swimming Pool Renovation | Romania, Bacau Vitraj Restaurant & Lounge| Romania, Bacau Restoration & Memorial of Pain | Romania, Ramnicu Sarat

*SIGNIFICANT PROJECTS TO HAVE BEEN INVOLVED IN


Profile for Andrei Blejusca

INTERIOR | DESIGN | ARCHITECTURE - Portfolio Andrei Blejusca  

INTERIOR | DESIGN | ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO Andrei Blejusca Selected Works 2010-2019

INTERIOR | DESIGN | ARCHITECTURE - Portfolio Andrei Blejusca  

INTERIOR | DESIGN | ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO Andrei Blejusca Selected Works 2010-2019

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