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DESIGN: ARCHITECTURE-URBAN-PHOTO

PORTFOLIO

annie michaelides


INDEX

Urban

Building

Intervention

Professional Work

Monument

Photography

Graphic

Extras


PROJECT

LOCATION

Interstitial Residen. Typologies

Santurce, PR

2010

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Blurred Heterotopia

Nicosia, Cyprus

2009

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Node and Identity

Florence, Italy

2008

9

Blackhorse Rd Station Bridge

London, UK

2008

11

Green Gateway to Lakeworth

Fortworth, USA

2011

13

Dynamic Santurce

Santurce, PR

2010

15

2011

17

2005

21

Boston, USA

2006

23

Skeneateles, USA

2005

25

Dewitt, USA

2007

29

MET Museum Roof Installation

New York, USA

2010

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Ecortina and Booklet

Barcelona, Spain

2012

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“Living Patterns” Book

Barcelona, Spain

2012

43

Lleilta Santsenca

Barcelona, Spain

2012

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United Bank

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

2012

46

AF Gardens

Doha, Qatar

2012

47

Anthi Christofidou Park

Nicosia, Cyprus

2010

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Bathroom Interior Graphics

Nicosia, Cyprus

2009

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House & Garden Design

Nicosia, Cyprus

2009

53

Monument Park Study

Spatial Studies

2004

57

Travel Escapades

Various Countries

2008/09

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Objects + Space

Philadelphia, USA

2011

63

Portraiture

Philadelphia, USA

2011

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London, UK

2008

71

Avant-Garde Mag. Cover

Nicosia, Cyprus

2012

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Rotaractors Membership

Nicosia, Cyprus

2012

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Textual Portraiture

Nicosia, Cyprus

2012

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Masquarade Ticket & Banner

Nicosia, Cyprus

2012

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Keychain Design

Nicosia, Cyprus

2010

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Rotaractors Calendar

Nicosia, Cyprus

2010

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Urban Systems Analysis Versatile Enclosure Vertical Botanical Garden Sensorial Museum Dewitt Library

Visual Escapades

DATE

Wilmington, USA

Green Lakes, USA

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ARCHITECTURE +


URBAN BUILDING INTERVENTION PROF.WORK


STRATEGY

Employing maya hair dynamics as an urban system template for re-discovering urban form and connectivity to its surroundings

The design group tackled the task, through Maya Software, to create alternative living environments within a selected area in Santurce, Puerto Rico. With Maya Hair Dynamics, influenced by the topography and the cultural connections in the site, a complex urban system was created that initiated the form and determined the types of residential zones. Each group member brought to life updated versions of existing residential typologies. (seen below) Apartment Complex intergrated with existing office building

Connective nodes of cultural spots

Maya Hair Dynamics - urban system

Manor Villa

Suburban Housing

Highrise Complex

neighborhood


PROJECT

Interstitial Residential Typologies

LOCATION

Santurce, San Juan, PR

The suburban neighborhood takes into account the topography of the site, and thus is introduced througn an ascending level landscape structure, similar to an amphitheater, and has full access to the highway. The neighborhood is constructed through a series of houses embedded within the landscape, with attention to uniformity and greenified zones. Like a suburban home, each unit’s elevated garden is emphasized at the entrance. The parking for each house is accessed from a different level, indicating that the house extends underneath the landscape and re-appears on another level that is served by car transportation.

DATE 2010

STAGE

Graduate Yr

6


STRATEGY

creating an emotional framework of design that enables the transition between both sides of the buffer zone and activates empty, relic spaces. In 1974 Cyprus was invaded by turkish troops and since then it has been occupied for 35 years. A buffer zone condition is “maintaining� the peace between the South Greek-Cypriot and North Turkish Cypriot cultures. The project focuses on the buffer zone within the city of Nicosia and proposes an urban walk-way that caters to the emotional states of both cultures about each crossing over to the opposite side.

Top level of Bridge: for those who still feel apprehension over crossing over and need some more adjusting time Middle level of Bridge: for those who are somewhat adjusting to the idea and are inspired to explore both sides Ground level of Bridge: for those who are avid explorers of both sides


PROJECT

Blurred Heterotopia

LOCATION

Nicosia, Cyprus

DATE

2009

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STAGE

Bachelor Yr Fifth Yr

moments relic buildings utilized for market, gallery spaces & green pockets.

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moments middles level provides different entries to both sides access to the market and gallery spaces. top floor N

moments top level provides a clear access to both sides and viewing docks of the diivided city for first time visitors.

view 3 view 2

view 1 second floor


STRATEGY

Introducing the “circle” (meeting node) in a grid system produced key points of program and landscape that engage with their existing environment This project inspires to create an urban park in Florence that is an intermediary space between the Arno river and the mountains. The park contains green ramps that connect all its parts. The design focuses on a circular grid system that changes sizes in order to accomodate smaller and bigger programs (a market, green pockets, a student activity center). The idea of the‘circle’ is important in that

The ‘circle’ emphasizes a meeting point: a connective link to the rest of the circulation.

it’s derived from the European city grid, which is connected through circular monument spots (i.e the Arc de Triomphe).


PROJECT

Node and Identity

LOCATION

Florence, Italy

DATE

2008

STAGE

Bachelor Yr Fourth Yr

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Section through the Student Center and open market protruding towards the street.

Section through open market. :SMALL circle: trees/ divisions :MEDIUM circle: circulation/green meeting points

The Student Center design emphasizes the “circle”

:LARGE circle: building space

as the structure behind the landscape and space.


STRATEGY

Using “generative” design as means for re-imagening and re-interpreting space and applying it to a specific context The urban bridge (similar function to Ponte Vecchio in Florence) is contained within the Black Horse Rd train station in North London, and intents to create an animated bridge that becomes an activity center and a small park. It acts as an intermediary zone between the two train tracks. The design was created through the method of “generative design” which is constructed through sketching and photoshop filters. (Example of a generative design spatial ilustration shown on the top left, and far right of second page)

GENERATIVE DESIGN It aims to create form, which is interpreted as types of spaces and used as a 3 dimensional tool to express an idea.


PROJECT

LOCATION

DATE

STAGE

Blackhorse Road Bridge Station

Blackhorse Road Station

2008

Bachelor Yr Fourth Yr

London, UK

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STRATEGY

Restoring identity of space within a suburban high-way city by revitilizing its unexploited spaces: agriculture and entertainment opportunities Casino Beach Park on Lake Worth, TX was an entertainment destination in the early 20th CE, but was eventually abandoned as an empty park land after the 1970s. The plan is to restore a recreation destination to this vacand land, by providing a seasonal restaurant destination complex at Casino Beach, and connecting it through a green and urban agriculture showcase corridor along Jacksboro Hwy towards an expansive and empty Fort Worth suburb that will house a waterpark with urban agriculture facilties. Jacksboro Hwy corridor

Casino Beach

City of Lake Worth

Parkland Urban Retail/ Commercial

Ecology Center Urban Orchard Waterpark Lake Worth Greenway Climate Controlled Agriculture Farmer's Market District

Solar Energy Parking Lot

Top Perspective: Casino Beach Waterfront Development. Bottom Perspective: Climate Controlled Urban Agriculture in Fort Worth Suburb.

Fort Worth Suburb 600

1500

2400

3400

4600

5800

7200 feet


PROJECT

LOCATION

DATE

STAGE

Green Gateway to Lakeworth

Fortworth, Texas, USA

2011

Graduate Yr

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1. Detail Plan of the restaurant

2. Detail Plan of one of Jacksboro

3. Detail Plan of urban agriculture in

riverboats in relation to the

Highway’s Proposed playground

relation to the farmer’s market and ecology

pedestrian

parks and urban agriculture

center to its right side.

promenade

and

seasonal bungalow restaurants.

showcase.

Section between the temporary event space and

Section showing relationship between the farmer’s market and

overwater Bungalows at Casino Beach.

the Ecology Center at the Fort Worth suburb.

1.

2.

3.


Group Project: Using Maya Dynamics and establishing points of connection between cultural venues in the site produced a new autonomous urban grid system

STRATEGY

Diagram making process

site

boundary internal boundaries

external connections internal connections

Pt to Pt connections


PROJECT

LOCATION

DATE

STAGE

Dynamic Santurce

Santurce, San Juan, PR

2010

Graduate Yr

program zoning

main vehicular circulation

cultural connection

pedestrian circulation including vehicular

green focal points

overall scheme

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STRATEGY

Study: Creating a version of each urban design system according to assigned reading material: Modernist Grid / Traditional Grid / Green Grid

MODERNIST URBAN DESIGN SCHEME

Modernist Design Scheme: + landscape treated as picture plane + grid mostly providing auto-mobile services, while green area is left for bicyclists and pedestrians + repetitive copy of geometric building structure over an assymetrical grid style

TRADITIONAL URBAN DESIGN SCHEME

+ public space is surrounding the buildings and is also enclosed within them + diminish noise and a dreary look of the highway with trees and a green belt seperating bith the office and living space from the main highway intersection + proposed buildings are independant of their surroundings but are relevant to the height of the buildings around them

Traditional Grid Design Scheme: - Central Green Park and Network connects and divides the different districts in the site INFLUENCE : Le Notre's Plan for Versailles, 1660s - Prominent elements : Vistas and Avenues (primary and secondary circulation) - Taming Nature Influence : Versailles Garden - Keeping existing grid and proposing Renaissance Building Types - Symmetry Axis - focus on rhythmn and nodes - Form - frontages of buildings create the streets

Annie Michaelides Traditional City

GREEN PLAN GREENGRID URBAN DESIGN SCHEME

Green Grid Design Scheme: Wetland and drainage locations are utilized as a water retention zone, a park and green street paths, thus preventing the rest of the plan to be damaged by flooding Self-sufficient subcenters promoting walkability, living and working with the car being a secondary notion of transport Composition is informal and naturalistic Public and Private landscape space is dominant Emphasis on walking and cycling within residential zones, in order for children to be able to play and walk from one block to another without fearing the street Landscape controls building form : beach bungaloes/townhouses by the lake and row houses across the urban park Greenways along the houses


PROJECT

LOCATION

DATE

STAGE

Urban Systems Study

Wilmington, Delaware, USA

2011

Graduate Yr

Green space/tree-scape acts as noise buffer zone from

Major Arterial Road

the highway and railway tracks on the south of the site,

Secondary Arterial Road

and as a connector between office space and living space

Walking/Bicycling Street

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Urban Park Walkways connecting all parts of the plan

5 Stories office buildings

3 Stories residential apts

CIRCULATION Main circulation -Radial Secondary circulation Directing from Park to residential through private

3 Stories residential apts

5 Stories office buildings

PROGRAM

ELEMENTS

Commercial

Urban Agriculture idea

Circus style at Bath Residential Complex

seperating the zones

Creating an interior

important natural element

public square w/ courty. Mixed Use Creating garden avenues

interior avenues - Linear

Introducing water as an to the design Central Garden

NODES!

RADIAL GRID SYSTEM!

Green Areas materially

Acts as a buffer zone

linked with Garden

between all areas

Identifier for Commercial When the rhythm of the District

grid changes, then the type of program also changes

Emphasis on public space

Mixed Use Middle-class Residential Commercial/Retail Boulevard Bridges connecting to commercial site across Christina River Urban Park and Water Drainage/ High end Residential (apartments, townhouses by the river with a Riverwalk) Industrial

Retention Zone Rail Station subcenter allowing commercial and residential to be developed around it


ARCHITECTURE +


URBAN BUILDING INTERVENTION PROF.WORK


STRATEGY

Providing a mobile structure that could be used for events and gatherings analogous to the changing of seasons

The project’s vision is about a mobile enclosure,within the Green Lakes Park,whose function and location are versatile to the seasons. The “house” adjusts its exterior envelope, views, and functionality, to the changing color of tree foliage. Its structure deals with a system of adjusting floors, used as exterior spaces when required.

winter envelope

summer envelope

Adjusting floors can be pushed outwards and pushed back, depending on their necessity for that specific season.


PROJECT

LOCATION

DATE

STAGE

Versatile Enclosure

Green Lakes State Park, New York, USA

2005

Bachelor Yr Second Yr

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The event “houses” change wall colors, structure and entrances, while their main rectangular room is consistent.

winter

spring

fall


STRATEGY

Engage the surrounding environement within: Mirroring the exterior trees within the interior entrance

The project is a study and growing center of diverse fauna. Inspired by the durable circular structure of plant cells, the building takes up a similar form. Being across from the Boston Commons is taken into account so the idea is about the interior of the building mirroring the outside sea of trees. Each floor annually grows a specific color and type of flower that is designed to alter the mood within that space.

facade studies focusing on a tree shadow design


PROJECT

LOCATION

DATE

STAGE

Vertical Botanical Garden

Boston, MA, USA

2006

Bachelor Yr Third Yr

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The Botanical garden plays with different leveling and interaction between its floors. The growth of trees and colorful fauna are the core pieces of the design that connect the floors with each other. In addition they also act as space dividors in their own floors. The concept of the different colored flowers as mood enhancers is to dedicate each floor to a specific type of visitor. For example, the crimson color of the clover flower has been found a great energy and enthousiasm enhancer for students. The first floor is dedicated to plant biology college students, and it has direct access from the exterior. The growth of the crimson clover flower on the first floor not only enhances the studying energy of the floor but also becomes the key ingredient in introducing this concept in the floors above.

continuation of trees from the outside towards the inside.

white cherry plum tree hornbeam tree

blue cerato flower

pink cosmos flower yellow star tulip crimson clover flower


STRATEGY

To acheive a versatile space that engages the visitor’s senses and brings them intouch with the culture and old tradition of the place

The project is inspired by Native American folk stories. Each space within this museum focuses on providing an extreme of effects (very little light vs abundant light) produced with the elements of water, light and earth, as mythisized by Native Americans folk stories.


PROJECT

LOCATION

DATE

STAGE

Sensorial Museum

Skeneateles, New York, USA

2005

Bachelor Yr Second Yr

Each space is connected through a main linear corridor that has pedestrian access from the road and directs the visitor to the outmost viewing point of the river. The visitor walks through contradicitng spaces - little light, low ceiling vs flood of light, high ceiling / room with water fountain and mirrors that reflect the light and the water texture on the walls.

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STRATEGY

To acheive a versatile space that engages the visitor’s senses and brings them intouch with the culture and old tradition of the place

:light and water studies: sketching the type of effect and space corresponding to the idea of the project. According to Native American Folk stories, the elements of light/fire and water were of great importance as they were the basic means for survival. The Sensorial museum is a visual tour of these elements were the visitor is exposed to their versatile qualities and transformation of space. All spaces are vertically connected by floor openings were the visitor can see one space a different way while still being within another one.


PROJECT

LOCATION

DATE

STAGE

Sensorial Museum

Skeneateles, New York, USA

2005

Bachelor Yr Second Yr

natural light study: how can it be increased or

water study: testing its visual and reflecting

decreased to succeed an effect

capabilities in effecting a sensorial experience

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axon diagram depicting the circulation within the 2nd floor broked in 3 parts

The 2nd floor focuses on natural light effects and how the size and placement of a window can alter the spatial experience.


Group Project: Creating a library learning center as a meeting point that would enhance the quality of life of the decaying residential suburb

The aim is to revitilize the decaying residential suburb of Dewitt, New York. Inspired from David Adjaye’s Idea Store in London’s then impoverished East End borough, the project focuses on also re-activate Dewitt’s main east - west boulevard and provide a central focus point for the primarily residential town. The library center building is using an empty lot adjacent to a business firm office building, while its parking and park facility on the left are re-using an abandoned gas station. The Library Center’s design focuses on exterior vertical light wells bringing light in the floors, and an important facade which can be N

STRATEGY

viewed from the high way.

longitudinal section

cross section

east elevation


PROJECT

LOCATION

DATE

STAGE

Dewitt Library Center

Dewitt, New York, USA

2007

Bachelor Yr Third Yr

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Group Project: Creating a library learning center as a meeting point that would enhance the quality of life of the decaying residential suburb

STRATEGY

The vertical openings apart from serving as light wells, also act as dividors of program and circulation. This also inspired the design scheme of the raised parking and park on the left side of the building. The private study area (shown in the above plan) is featured in the facade as a double height space throughout both floors, admitting in the maximum amount of light during morning hours.

summer sun exposure

winter sun exposure

li·brar·y knowledge

fun

li·brar·y create read transform

read explore imagine

li·brar·y

li·brar·y

books fun north elevation


PROJECT

LOCATION

DATE

STAGE

Dewitt Library Center

Dewitt, New York, USA

2007

Bachelor Yr Third Yr

wall section

wall section axon

Egress

Massing

Circulation

HVC System

Structure System

Envelope

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ARCHITECTURE +


URBAN BUILDING INTERVENTION PROF.WORK


STRATEGY

Recycling the function of a dumpster from a banal object to a medium for creating space and affecting its surrounding environement The intention behind the design of a skip seating installation, is to exploit the beautiful panoramic views of New York City seen from the MET Roof garden, and in addition, promote the image of recycling and green design. I find the concept of “recycling” an object’s prescribed function, such as a skip, and re-contextualizing it within an aesthetic background, greatly fascinating. These wheeled objects can be moved around and placed wherever a view of the skyline is desirable. Their main components are seating arrangements, green landscape and seasonal flora, along with a metallic structure and acrylic panels that play with the light.


PROJECT

LOCATION

DATE

STAGE

MET Museum Roof Instalation

New York, USA

2010

Graduate Yr

The skip instalation can provide entertainment and social involvement in various forms: it can transform into a place for relaxation, isolated spiritual refuge - a mini private park for the visitor. Alternatives include its metalic structure to be lit at night-time to accompany various events held at the MET. In addtion, it could also be part of a school’s art program, where children are encouraged to embellish the object with artwork/graffiti designs.

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ARCHITECTURE +


URBAN BUILDING INTERVENTION PROF.WORK


STRATEGY

Group Project: Collaborating with a colleague in XVA Arquitectos produced an origami inspired, vertical window screen for indoor plants

ECOrtina It´s a multifunctional and sustainable product. Ecortina is designed to fit every window type. It is a curtain garden for your window and indoor and outdoor walls. You can plant herbs, vegetables, fruit and even flowers. The structure functions as a shelf system for your plants and, once you pour water in its top pockets, the water gets transfered through to the lowest row of pockets, so all your plants are all watered at the same time. It can be used as vertical shelf product inside your closet or your bedroom wall to store your accessories. You can use it to divide space in your room. This especially is very useful device for college students who wish to divide their room.

ECOrtina

introduction Introduccion

Ecortina´s design is connecting the concept of the curtain, used for protection from the sun and providing intimacy, with the vertical garden. The product has many uses and can be applied to different spaces. It´s made of sustanable and syntetic material that is waterproof, durable and moisture - resistant.

El diseño de Ecortina es cerrar el concepto de la cortina, que se utiliza para proporcionar la intimidad y la protección del sol, con la de un jardín comestible vertical.

El producto tiene muchos usos y puede ser aplicado a diferentes espacios. Ecortina está hecho de papel sintético que es sostenible impermeable, duradero y resistente a la humedad.

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PROJECT

LOCATION

DATE

STAGE

Ecortina

Barcelona, Spain

2012

Internship XVA

ECOrtina

product information Informacion sobre el producto place for tube

100cm place for tube lugar de tubo

Modern Design

Product

Origami Pattern

place for planting and water

No material waste

cutting line

la línea de corte

place for planting and watering lugar para plantar y regar

waterproof material

Suitable for every window The size can be adjustedcutting by line cutting a column of pockets on the edge Place available for tube to be

used or for being hanged in place waterproof material of your own curtains

Material

Waterproof

Able to clean

Durable

Moisture Resistant

Shape of pockets

Original shape

Suitable for storing the water within

material impermeable

Suitable for growing plants

pockets

Vertical watering by opening holes under the pockets

130cm

opening

pockets bolsillos

Producto

Diseño moderno Origami Patrón

opening

Sin desperdicio de material Modern Design

Product

Origami Pattern A prueba de agua No material waste Duradero

Materiales

Forma de bolsillos

Tyvek Material Ecortina size is 100cm x 130cm and can be adjusted by cutting the far right column of size pockets, as shown in the above diagram. Ecortina is 100cm x 130cm and can be adjusted by cutting the far right columnEcortina of pockets, as shown in the yabove diagram. Tamaño es 100cm x 130cm se puede ajustar mediante la reducción de la columna derecha de las bolsas, come se muestra en el diagrama anterior.

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Apto para todas las ventanas El tamaño puede ser ajustado mediante reducción Suitable forlaevery windowde una columna de bolsillos en el borde - the size can be adjusted by

Resistente a la line humedad cutting a vertical on the edge Capaz de limpiar

Place available for tube to be

Forma original

used or for para being almacenar hanged in place Adecuado agua dentro

Adecuado para el cultivo de plantas Waterproof

Riego vertical, abriendo agujeros en los bolsillos Moisture Resistant

Durable

Shape of pockets

Ponga a disposición de tubo para ser usado o para ser ahorcado en lugar de sus propias cortinas

Original shape Suitable for growing plants

of your own curtains

Able to clean Suitable for storing the water within Vertical watering by opening

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holes under the pockets

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The ECORTINA is the first product design project by XVA Arquitectos, which is about reconnecting people with their environment. The idea was to create a product for home that would interact with energy and nature and at the same time would be recycable and especially affordable.

herbs catalogue catalogo de hierbas hierbas

irrigation

ECOrtina

HERBS

HIERBAS

Basil

Mid/Late Summer

Sun

Chives

Annual

Sun

Fall / Spring

Sun/Part Sun

Dill

Summer

Sun

Mint

Mid Summer

Sun

Late Spring / Fall / Summer

Sun

Fall / Spring

Sun/Part Sun

Early Summer / Spring

Sun

Annual / indoors winter

Sun/Part Sun

Fall /Summer / Spring

Sun

Cilantro

Eneldo

Menta

Oregano

Orégano

Parsley Perejil

Rosemary

Romero

Dependiendo del suministro de agua y la luz solar necesaria para las plantas. anterior es el orden recomendado y los bolsillos de las plantas pueden crecer. Hierbas requieren un riego más frecuente y la humedad del suelo lo que se sugiere que se plantarán en las filas de bolsillo muy últimos que reciben la mayor parte del agua de la parte superior.

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SOL / SOMBRA

Pleno/a finales del Verano

Coriander

Herbs require more frequent watering and moisture soil so it is suggested to be planted at the very last pocket rows which receive the most water from the top.

SUNSHINE / SHADE

Albahaca

Cebollino

Depending on the water supply and sunlight needed for the plants above is the recommended order and pockets the plants can grow.

SEASON

TEMPORADA

Sage

Sabio

Thyme

Tomillo

Sol

Sol

Anual

Otoño / Primavera

Sol /Sol parcial

Sol

Verano

Sol

Pleno Verano

a finales della Primavera / Otoño / Verano

Otoño / Primavera

a principios del Verano / Primavera

Anual en el interior en invierno

Otoño / Verano / Primavera

Sol

Sol /Sol parcial

Sol

Sol /Sol parcial

Sol

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STRATEGY

vegetable catalogue

catalogo de VERDURAS

irrigation

ECOrtina

Group Project: Collaborating with a colleague in XVA Arquitectos produced an origami inspired, vertical window screen for indoor plants

VEGETABLES

VERDURAS

Lettuce

SEASON

SUNSHINE / SHADE

TEMPORADA

SOL / SOMBRA

Spring / Winter

Sun/Part Sun

Fall / Summer / Spring

Sun

Watercress

Spring / Summer

Sun

Spinach

Spring / Summer

Sun/Part Sun

Green Peppers

Spring / Summer

Sun

Cherry Tomatoes

Spring / Summer

Sun

Lechuga

Strawberries Fresas

Berro

Espinacas

Pimientos verdes

Tomates cherry

Scallions

Cebolletas

Primavera / Invierno

Sol /Sol parcial

Otoño / Verano / Primavera

Sol

Primavera / Verano Primavera / Verano

Sol

Sol /Sol parcial

Primavera / Verano

Sol

Primavera / Verano

Spring

Primavera

Sol

Sun/Part Sun

Sol /Sol parcial

Vegetables require medium frequency of watering and light, so it is suggested to be planted on the middle pocket rows were they can get adequeate sunlight and water. Las verduras requieren una frecuencia media de riego y la luz, lo que se sugiere que se plantarán en las filas intermedias de bolsillo se pueden conseguir la luz del sol y el agua adequeate.

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flower catalogue catalogo de FLOReS

irrigation

ECOrtina

FLOWERS

FLORAS

SEASON

TEMPORADA

SUNSHINE / SHADE SOL / SOMBRA

Begonia

Annual

Sun /Part Sun/ Shade

Bidens

Annual

Sun

Calibrachoa

Annual

Sun

Cuphea

Annual

Sun

Spring

Sun/Part Sun

Annual

Indoor Plant medium to bright light

Spring

Sun /Part Sun/ Shade

Daisies

Margaritas

Fern

Helecho

Fuschia

Fucsia

Impatiens

Bálsamos

Anual

Anual

Anual

Anual

Primavera

Anual

Primavera

Annual Anual

Sol /Sol parcial / Sombra

Sol

Sol

Sol

Sol /Sol parcial

planta de interior medio a la luz brillante

Sol /Sol parcial / Sombra

Shade

Sombra

The list of flowers, on the right, require more sun and less watering, so it is suggested for them to be planted in the top pocket rows, which receive less water and more light. La lista de las flores, a la derecha, requieren más sol y menos riego, lo que se sugiere para que puedan ser plantados en las filas de bolsillo, que reciben menos agua y más luz.

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PROJECT

LOCATION

DATE

STAGE

Ecortina

Barcelona, Spain

2012

Internship XVA

water needs needs water necesidades de de agua agua necesidades

Herb plants need water everyday. Vegetable plants need 2.5 -5 cm Even twice a day! of water each week . Plantas de la hierba necesita agua todos los días. Incluso dos veces al día! Basil

Albahaca

water-below average agua debajo de la media

Lettuce

Lechuga

Coriander

water-average media de l´agua

Fresas

Dill

water-average media de l´agua

Berro

Eneldo

Mint

water-above average agua superior a la media

Oregano

water-below average agua debajo de la media

Menta Orégano

Parsley

water-average media de l´agua

Rosemary

water-average media de l´agua

Perejil

Romero

Sage

Sabio

Thyme

Tomillo

water-average media de l´agua water-below average agua debajo de la media

water-average media de l´agua regurarly & consistenly regular y consistente

water- average media de l´agua

Cilantro

Flower plants need 2.5 -5 cm of water each week .

Plantas vegetales necesitan 2.5 -5 cm Plantas vegetales necesitan 2.5 -5 cm de agua cada semana de agua cada semana

Chives

Cebollino

fl flo ow ra ers s

h hi erb er s ba s

v ve ege rd ta ur bl as es

irrigation

ECOrtina

Strawberies

high regural watering riego regular de alto

Watercress

low before flowering average afterwards baja antes de la floración normal después de la floración

Spinach

Espinacas

Pepper

Pimientos

heavy frequent watering riego frecuente pesada

average frequent watering riego frecuente normal

Scallions

average regular watering riego regular normal

Cebolletas

Bidens

plenty of water montón de agua well drained soil but moist suelo bien drenado pero húmedo

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TIP Put gravel in the pockets before planing to absorb the dirt and trandfer clear water from pocket to pocket When is it the best time to water? Before 11am or after 4pm. Let plants dry off before dark so they are less likely to get fungus or disease. Diagram showing the frequency and quantity of water received and contained within wach row of pockets.

CONSEJO Coloque la grava en los bolsillos antes de cepillar para absorber la suciedad y el agua clara trandfer de bolsillo a bolsillo.

Diagrama que muestra la frecuencia y cantidad de agua recibida y contenida dentro de cada fila de bolsillos.

Cuando es la mejor hora para regar? Antes de las 11 o después de las 4pm. Que las plantas se secan antes de que oscurezca para que sean menos propensos a contraer hongos o enfermedad.

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ECOrtina About the designers of Ecortina XV Architects We are based in Barcelona and we operate in the fields of Architecture, Urbanism, and research. We love nature and care about people. We do projects to reconnect human beings with their environment by designing Contemporary Architecture based on tradition. XV stands for eXtra Value, and this is what we do with our work: to find originality and from traditional elements of the project such as climate, local culture, necessities and budget to express them unto an innovative contemporary design. XV is also a shortcut of Xavier Vilalta, the founder and director of

XV Architects Director: Xavier Vilalta Project Leader: Maria Rosaria Favoino Project Team: Izabela Tomczak, Annie Michaelides

Acerca de los diseñadores de Ecortina XV Architectos Estamos con sede en Barcelona y trabajamos en los campos de Arquitectura, Urbanismo, y la investigación. Nos encanta la naturaleza y el cuidado de las personas. Hacemos proyectos para volver a conectar los seres humanos con su entorno mediante el diseño de arquitectura contemporánea basada en la tradición. XV representa un valor añadido, y esto es lo que hacemos con nuestro trabajo: encontrar la originalidad y de los elementos tradicionales del proyecto tales como el clima, la cultura local, las necesidades y el presupuesto para expresar a un diseño contemporáneo innovador. XV es también un acceso directo de Xavier Vilalta, el fundador y director de

XV Arquitectos Director: Xavier Vilalta Dirección del proyecto: Maria Rosaria Favoino Equipo de proyecto: Izabela Tomczak, Annie Michaelides

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Group Project: The collaboration produced “Living Patterns”: a book whose graphic presentation displays XVA’s pattern-inspired projects

STRATEGY

The book presents different projects by XVA Arquitectos that are initially pattern-inspired, derived

from the

culture the project is placed in. Each project has a recognizable chapter color. Moreover, each project’s essential pattern element is graphically delineated and presented in the introductory pages of the projects. The spreads below indicate the chapter color coordination and demonstrate the graphic representation of the pattern employed to produce the final design scheme. In addition, in the top left hand side of each page of a project there are the key words that influenced the pattern design.

PATTERN

shade+memory

PATTERN

organization+sustainability

PROJECT

LOCATION

DATE

AREA

Daycare Center

Lleida, Spain

2005 - 08

254.36m2

PROJECT

LOCATION

DATE

AREA

Melaku Center

Mekelle, Ethiopia

2010 -

42.370m2

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LOCATION

DATE

STAGE

“Living Patterns” Book

Barcelona, Spain

2012

Internship XVA

PATTERN

function+ornament function+ornament

PROJECT

LOCATION

DATE

AREA

Alpha Project

Doha, Qatar

2010 -

100.000 m2

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connection+tradition

PROJECT

LOCATION

DATE

AREA

Central Highlands

Kuito, Angola

2010

107.173m2

PATTERN

economy+singularity

PROJECT

LOCATION

DATE

AREA

Lideta Market

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

2010-

14.200m2

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orientation+texture orientation+texture

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LOCATION

DATE

AREA

Le Grand Tapis

Tunis, Tunisia

2011-

95.000m2

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Group Projects: Converting the unused building into a cultural centre hub for the neighborhood / Turn traditional standard building into a landmark

The vision for the Loyalty Santsenca building is to provide a cultural meeting hub for your life back and make it so that the new and existing building needs to live by a common purpose. The before and after render images below are what I personally contributed for the final rendition of the project and its delivery to the competition. The image shows the second corridor entrance to the complex that activates the neighborhood with people and also becomes a small exterior meeting point for visitors.


PROJECT

LOCATION

DATE

STAGE

La Lleiltat Santsenca United Bank

Sants, Barcelona, Spain Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

2012

Internship XVA

ground floor reception

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fifth floor restaurant and patio dining

United Bank’s plot has a very characteristic location defined by a corner of two important streets, which guided the design agenda from the very beginning of the concept proposal. The ground floor of the building merges the streets and the building, and people and nature. It also establishes a hierarchy of private and public accesses.The corner is open to the street and provides access to the retail, main building and branch bank merge. The interior design of the reception and renderings, elevations and 3D birds-eye view images are what I personally worked on for the project.


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Group Project: Designing a central private green oasis space to accomodate the enclosed residential neighborhood


PROJECT

LOCATION

DATE

STAGE

AF Gardens

Doha, Qatar

2012

Internship XVA

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The new Alfardan Gardens will merge contemporary urban life and nature. The master plan design establishes a hierarchy of program in order to provide privacy and quality of space to the community. The Club House is located in the center of the master plan and has an access from each side. There are two main structures that define the space. The first one, a usable green roof that covers the indoors program and brings back to the community the space taken by its construction. Its landscape shaped roof melts with the outdoors pool area and the tennis courts. The design of the Club House and the rendered images are what I personally contributed for the project in collaboration with a colleague.


STRATEGY

Creating an interactive park space for adults and children providing different environments

Belonging to the Rotaract Club Lefkothea, I was commisioned to undertake the design of a children friendly park over an empty and unitilized parking lot located within a downtown family-oriented residential neighborhood, and

collaborate with the city planning and landscape

planning professionals of the Municipality of Nicosia, since the land is city property. The design intention was to design a space that gives the illusion of expansion, since the park is only 0.2 acres. This is effected with a 45 degree angle cross grid forcing a more rombus-like instead of a linear circulation in the site and determines the tree placement and playground games.


PROJECT

LOCATION

DATE

STAGE

Anthi Christofidou Park

Nicosia, Cyprus

2010

Internship C.M.P

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200 mm

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STRATEGY

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PROJECT

LOCATION

Bathroom Interior Graphics Nicosia, Cyprus

DATE

STAGE

2009

Internship C.M.P

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EXECUTIVE CLEANSING

FOR SHAREHOLDERS ONLY

FOR SHAREHOLDERS ONLY

MAKE DEPOSIT

MAKE DEPOSIT

EXECUTIVE CLEANSING


STRATEGY

Effecting a living space that is spatially diverting in the interior and exterior.

I was responsible for designing the house and its exterior garden. It was challenging in that i had limited space to work with and also had to work around the fixed shape of the pool. The plan indicates the proposed wood decking moving along the contour of the pool and,later, of the house. The decking visually connects the house with its exterior environment and also provides an interesting space to sit, eat and lay by the pool. Additionally, there is the design of a circular rock garden in the middle of the garden area that provides space for a scultptural object or even for a small playground. A third powerful element of this design is the small room space provided for the nanny of the house, adjacent to the parked cars, which overhangs the pool, and has the beautiful view of the birch tree-filled garden.


PROJECT

LOCATION

DATE

STAGE

House and Garden Design

Nicosia, Cyprus

2009

Internship C.M.P

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LIFE +


MONUMENT PHOTOGRAPHY GRAPHIC EXTRAS


STRATEGY

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PROJECT

LOCATION

DATE

STAGE

Monument Park Study

Spatial Studies

2004

Bachelor Yr First Yr

The design was

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initially divided into two separate

projects that intented to be complimentary to each other through their common use of water space. The “sculptural objects” used in both spaces are greatly different in order to provide a more dynamic and diverse effect in walking from one space to the next. The one on the right focuses on an open, seemingly expanding space, while the one on the left encloses the visitor within a ‘hide-and-seek’ structure of monuments.

PLAN- indicating the addition of both exterior space design schemes


LIFE +


MONUMENT PHOTOGRAPHY GRAPHIC EXTRAS


STRATEGY

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PROJECT

LOCATION

DATE

STAGE

Travel Escapades

Various Countries

2008-09

Freelancing

HONG KONG

FRANCE

CYPRUS

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Abstraction_Spring 2011 Light & Form_Fall 2010 Light & Space_Fall 2010 Still Life_Spring 2011


PROJECT

LOCATION

DATE

STAGE

Objects + Space

Philadelphia, USA

2011

Graduate Yr

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Constructed Reality_Fall 2010

Final Project:Surrealist-Scapes “Elevation”_Spring 2011

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Exploring different facets of the photographic medium through the presentation of real & fictional realities

Final Project:Object-scapes “Little Prince”_Fall 2010 Light & Form_Fall 2010 Photography Book_Fall 2010 Final Project:Object-scapes “Dorian Grey”_Fall 2010


PROJECT

LOCATION

DATE

STAGE

Objects + Space

Philadelphia, USA

2011

Graduate Yr

Abstraction_Spring 2011 Light & Composition_Fall 2010

Abstraction_Spring 2011

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Portrait story: “Investigator of murder�_Fall 2010


PROJECT

LOCATION

DATE

STAGE

Portraiture

Philadelphia, USA

2011

Graduate Yr

“Close-ups”_Fall 2010

“Close-ups”_Fall 2010

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MONUMENT PHOTOGRAPHY GRAPHIC EXTRAS


STRATEGY

Exploring different sites in London and Bath


PROJECT

LOCATION

DATE

STAGE

Visual Escapades Avant-Garde Mag. Cover

London, UK Nicosia, Cyprus

2008 2012

Bachelor Yr

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ROTARACT CLUB NICOSIA-LEFKOTHEA :Elena Pericleous:President racnicosialefkothea@gmail.com

to satisfy the needs of

ROTARACT CLUB NICOSIA-LEFKOTHEA :Elena Pericleous:President racnicosialefkothea@gmail.com

ROTARACT CLUB NICOSIA-LEFKOTHEA :Elena Pericleous:President racnicosialefkothea@gmail.com

business networking

ROTARACT CLUB NICOSIA-LEFKOTHEA :Elena Pericleous:President racnicosialefkothea@gmail.com

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ROTARACT CLUB NICOSIA-LEFKOTHEA :Elena Pericleous:President racnicosialefkothea@gmail.com

ROTARACT CLUB NICOSIA-LEFKOTHEA :Elena Pericleous:President racnicosialefkothea@gmail.com

ROTARACT CLUB NICOSIA-LEFKOTHEA :Elena Pericleous:President racnicosialefkothea@gmail.com

ROTARACT CLUB NICOSIA-LEFKOTHEA :Elena Pericleous:President racnicosialefkothea@gmail.com

ROTARACT CLUB NICOSIA-LEFKOTHEA :Elena Pericleous:President racnicosialefkothea@gmail.com

ROTARACT CLUB NICOSIA-LEFKOTHEA :Elena Pericleous:President racnicosialefkothea@gmail.com

STRATEGY Rotaractors Membership flier informing new members of the purpose of the Rotaractors Club and inviting them to a first group meeting

THE ROTARACT CLUB nicosia - lefkothea encourages

YOUNG PROFESSIONALS FROM THE AGES OF

18 TO 30

to become members!

GOALS OF THE CLUB

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DATE

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