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Natalia Aygunyan PORTFOLIO


Natalia Aygunyan

tel.: +7 906 056 7387 e-mail: Natalia.Aygunyan@aalumni.org

Academic:

2014 - 2016 | Architectural Association School of Architecture Emergent Technologies and Design (tutors: M. Weinstock, G. Jeronimidis, E. Greenberg, M. van de Worp) 2002 – 2008 | Moscow Institute of Architecture (State Academy) Housing & Civil Buildings (tutors: Demianov F., Afanasiev A., Mije A., Kharitonov V., Asadov A.)

Professional:

2017 - 2019 | Strelka KB (300 members) | Researcher, Architect, Urbanist Form-Based Code for Kaliningrad city

Team-leading, urban analysis, methodology development, zoning of the city, urban and building development rules, optimization of building development parameters, book production (texts, diagrams)

Masterplan of Octyabrsky island / Architectural and urban design concept for two developments, Kaliningrad Brief development, supervision and collaborative work with subcontructors (Alison Brooks, Juul Frost, LDA Design), mediation between numerous subcontractors, book production (texts, translations)

New Urban Rules For Russian Cities

Rules development based on research and work with the subcontractors (TU Delft, KCAP, Karres + Brands, Juul Frost, RWDI), production of the book of rules (target models exemplary design, texts)

2018 | MOST architecture | Outsource architect House redevelopment and new construction, Southwark, London:

Concept design for redevelopment of 2-floor house into 4-floor one and for new construction of 6-floor house.

2014 | Bureau “SPEECH” (200 architects) | Senior architect International Broadcasting Center for FIFA world cup in Moscow:

Concept design, zoning, transport schemes, project design, collaborative work with subcontractors and client, infrastructure design, facades design, specific quarters technology development, detailed design

2013 | Private work Bike sharing station Concept

Apartment interior design

Concept, detailed drawings, 3d visualization, material selection, supervision

2007 – 2012 | LLC “Gromov & Paltsev” (20 architects) | Architect Multi-functional housing estate, Moscow (2014 Urban Award Winner, 2013-2014 Europe Property Awards Winner):

Concept design stage (2 people), developed design (4 people), apartments planning, collaborative work with subcontractors, infrastructure design, facades design, materials selection, documentation

Administrative center, Moscow: Developed design, planning

Auchan store, Moscow:

Interior design of the food-court


Competitions:

2016 | Suncheon International Architecture Competition for Art Platform Shortlisted 2007 | Skyscraper Design Competition 2nd place and 7000$ prize

Teaching:

2019 | Complex structures | Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia Invited Tutor 2017, 2018 | ‘IntensivePRO’ course | Moscow School of Architecture Invited Tutor 2017 | ‘Structure’ course | SoftCulture Tutor 2016 | AA Visiting School Moscow Assistant, Software Tutor

Professional skills:

concept design

Additional skills:

developed design work with contractors team-leading

hand modeling Languages:

urban planning

Hobby:

piano

technical design

photography

interior design Revit Rhino

drawing dancing

visualization

Software:

Russian (mother tongue) English (fluent)

fabrication data analysis

hand drawing

sewing Personal characteristics:

comprehensive approach inventiveness in designing

Grasshopper

positivity

AutoCAD

hard worker

Photoshop

sociability

InDesign

stress resistance

Illustrator

team worker

ArchiCAD

sense of humour

SketchUp 3dsMAX Cinema 4D


Contents

R

5-6

Curve Folding

P

7-10

Form-Based code for Kaliningrad city

R

11-16

Emergent Asylum

R

17-18

CountriCity

R

19-22

Sounding Tensegrity

C

23-26

heArt

P

27-30

International Broadcasting Center For FIFA Worldcup in Moscow

P

31-36

Multi-Functional Housing Estate In Moscow

P

37-38

Bike Sharing Station Shed In Sochi

A

39-42

Concert Hall In Kaliningrad

R - Research P - Professional C - Competition A - Academic


curved folding workshop

The aim of this workshop is to explore geometrical and structural possibilities of curve folded sheet material. The challenge is to create an anticlastic surface out of aluminum sheets. The required doubly-curved surface was tessellated into triangular grid to provide the flat basis for the pattern formation. The resulting tessellation is irregular and requires a specific pattern. The series of curve patterns were tested. First, due to the material properties of the aluminum sheet, the pattern with non-intersecting scoring lines was developed and after adapted for the irregular aggregation. For the final assembly, the model was divided into overlapping parts based on the aluminum sheet size. Tiles overlap to ensure geometric and material continuity. As a result, the final model is double-layered and structurally stronger than initial mock-up. Pieces are connected with bolts. Role in the project: developed the pattern, digital modeling in collaboration with teammate, tiles subdivision, prepared files for laser-cutting, developed manual folding technique and taught it 10 group-mates, developed assembly sequence, fabricated in a group of 10 people, assembly control in collaboration with 1 group-mate.

Year:

2015

Status:

research project

Realization:

built, AA School Project Review

Tutors:

Suryansh Chandra,

Axel Corner, Antiopi Koronaki

Students:

Di Zhou, Natalia Aygunyan

Location: London Site area:

AA School Project Review Exhibition, Photo credit: www.aaschool.ac.uk

1.75 x 1.75 m


Tessellation Generation

Studies Investigation: Regular And Irregular Tessellation

Regular grid aggregation

Assembly Logic: Tiles Overlap To Ensure Geometric And Material Continuity

Paper mock-up

Exhibition view

Pentagonal

Hexagonal Heptagonal Irregular grid aggregations

Structural Analysis

Flexibility possibilities of the paper model


Form-Based Code for Kaliningrad city

This project aims to create a framework for a balanced urban development of Kaliningrad city. Form-Based Code is a new approach towards the urban regulation, where the key role is given to the form parameters rather than use regulation, unlike usual land use and development regulations which doesn’t always allow for adaptation to everchanging needs of the territories. Kalilngrad is a former German city (KÜnigsberg) that after WWII became Soviet and then Russian. Due to its uncommon history, there are many different types of urban development combined: beautiful original German neighbourhoods are by the side of soviet post-war developments, low-quality modern high-rises are across the street from detached housing. The very core was completely bombed during war and now is builtup with scattered soviet developments in huge urban blocks. Besides, the city sprawls out with very dense high-rise buildings locally appearing regardless of the context,

Year:

leaving spare space in the central areas. The FBC suggests a gradual transition from

Client:

one type of urban realm to another while allowing for diversity and adaptability. The new zonning was derived from multiple factors: existing urban realm type, urban block edge character (continious, scattered) and the area development scenario (growth, stabilization or conservation). Each zone has specific parameters of plots, buildings and street fronts, which also vary in range depending on subzone and type of adjacent street. Parameters were optimized for FSI, GSI, OSR effectiveness. FBC Principles

2018

DOM.RF, Ministry of Housing Kaliningrad, Russia

Location:

in the process of adoption

Status:

475 000 people

Strelka KB

Population: Office:

Y. Kozak

Project manager: Team:

N. Aygunyan, A. Fatekhova, E. Trubina, V. Zagvozkina

Scenarios Definition Method

Stabilization

Stabilization

Growth

Density

Density and human scale

Attractive open public spaes

Scenario map

Mix-Use

Existing Density compared to recommended by Standard

Low

Balanced development of the brownfields

Betweenness

HIgh

Shrink

Low

Betweenness

High


0

500

DFC Zones Designation Method

Central

Historical

Current Urban Fabric

— Detached historical — Detached historical transformed — Perimetral historical — Historical transformed — Scattered historical

Urban Block Edge Type

Scenario H-1

Historical zone of Detached Housing Development

H-2

Historical zone of Low-rise Housing Development

H-3

Historical zone of Mid-rise Housing Development

stabilization

C-1

Central zone of Mid-rise Housing Development

growth

C-2

Central zone of High-rise Housing Development

O-1

Outer zone of Detached Housing Development

O-2а

Outer zone of Low-density Low-rise Housing Development

O-2b

Outer zone of High-density Low-rise Housing Development

O-3а

Outer zone of Low-density Mid-rise Housing Development

O-3b

Outer zone of High-density Mid-rise Housing Development

O-4a

Outer zone of Low-density High-rise Housing Development

O-4b

Outer zone of High-density High-rise Housing Development

scattered conservation continuous

scattered

— Soviet mid-rise — Soviet high-rise continuous

scattered

stabilization

— Detached continuous

Outer

FBC zone

scattered

— Soviet mid-rise — Modern mid-rise continuous

growth

stabilization

growth

scattered

stabilization

continuous

growth

— Soviet high-rise — Modern high-rise

1000


Rules for landmark buildings placement Exclusion zone around any historical or detached housing zone

Street type where landmarks are allowed to be placed

У-1 /

>1

У-2

>150 м

У-

-2/ 1/У

Plot location against X,Y-shape junction

/ У-3

/ У-4

<1

5м <1

У-5

Plot parameters

Building envelope parameters

ПАРАМЕТРЫ ПРОСТРАНСТВЕННОГО КОНВЕРТА ЗАСТРОЙ

параметры застройки параметры застройки

ПАРАМЕТРЫ ПРОСТРАНСТВЕННОГО КОНВЕРТА ЗАСТРОЙ

ПАРАМЕТРЫ ЗЕМЕЛЬНЫХ УЧАСТКОВ ПАРАМЕТРЫ ЗЕМЕЛЬНЫХ УЧАСТКОВ

1 1

4

2

4

6

3

2

6

5

3

1

5

5

3 1

Красная линия Граница земельного участка Земельный участок

43

5

1

Пятно застройки

Земельный у

Красная линия

Нумерация в таблице

Граница улиц

Линия застройки

Озеленение

Красная линия Пространственный конверт

Граница улицы

1

1

2

1

Граница земельного участка

Озеленение max 100

Plot depth, m

Граница улицы Not regulated

Земельный участок Plot area, m2

3

GSI, %

4

параметр Percentage of greenery on plot, %

max 12 000

Parking setback, m

6

Percentage of open space dedicated to parking, %

min 8

Ширина участка вдоль красной линии, м

max 50

Глубина участка, м 2

П-3А

min 30

У-1, У-2, У-3, У-4, У-5 макс. 100

1

Building height, m

Not regulated

2

параметр Front building height, m Landmark height, m

max 50

min 8

Подзона П-3б

макс. 12 000

макс. 4 500

макс. 40 Greenery

S-1

макс. 50

4

Plot lineна участке, % Процент озеленения

Street мин. line 30

S-2

street мин.Secondary 20

5

Отступ плоскостных автостоянок Footprint от красной линии, м

Building envelope

S-3

Setback line

S-4

6

Процент незастроенной территории, занятой плоскостными автостоянками, %

макс. 50

3

Main street

4

Local street

мин. 8

Pedestrian street

макс. 50

3

У-1 min 70 max 90

Building width, m

Процент застроенности участка по уличному фронту 45, % Building front setback, m

Длина фасада по линии застройки, м 6

Building side setback, m

6

Utility building setback, m

u

мин. 70 макс. 90

max 1,5

o

д 9 о

Глубина застройки, м Building envelope stepback angle, о 7

S-5 Highway

Current state of soviet mid-rise building development

Front continuity percentage , %

Высота здания-акцента 44, м

5

Отступ линии застройки от красной линии, м

6

принципиальной схемой, а не примером объемн ОтступИллюстрация застройки является от боковой границы земельного 44 См.: 34. Правила застройки зданиями-акцентами. участка,45 м

6

Отступ объектов вспомогательного использова-

7

Угол наклонной плоскости пространственного конверта, о

Иллюстрация является принципиальной схемой, а не примером планировочной организации земельного участка.

3

Building depth, m

мин. 8

Высота застройки по уличному фронту, м

5

Building line (Red line) Plot

2

4

Не регулируется

Процент застроенности участка, %

Высота застройки, м

макс. 60

max 50

3

1

У-1, У-2, У-3, У-4, У-5

Не регулируется

Площадь участка, м2

Нумерация в s-1

max 60

min 20

1

parameters

в таблице

max 4 500

max Подзона 40

5

S-1, 1 S-2, S-3,Нумерация S-4, S-5

Пятно застройки S-1, S-2, S-3, S-4, S-5

Plot width, m

Пространственный конверт

subzone o-3b

Земельный Нумерация ву

Граница улиц

Линия застройки Subzone o-3a

Красная линия parameters

4

макс. 1,5

Максимальное значение процента застроенности участка по уличном линии застройки можно достигнуть при соблюдении разрывов зданий

Mid-rise building developmentния zone after FBC regulation (possible outcome) от красной линии, м Часть 3. Регулируемые параметры

Иллюстрация является принципиальной схемой, а не примером объемн

Иллюстрация является принципиальной схемой, а не примером планировочной организации земельного участка.

3

44

См.: 34. Правила застройки зданиями-акцентами.

45

Максимальное значение процента застроенности участка по уличном линии застройки можно достигнуть при соблюдении разрывов зданий

Часть 3. Регулируемые параметры


Plot location against the T-shape junction

Building location

>2

5м >2 <2

<1

>1

0м <2

параметры застройки Street front parameters

ЙКИ

параметры застройки ПАРАМЕТРЫ УЛИЧНОГО ФРОНТА

ЙКИ ПАРАМЕТРЫ УЛИЧНОГО ФРОНТА

1 1

3

2

3

2

4

4 7

7

5

7

7 6

5 2

6

6

2

6

Граница улицы

участок

Красная линия

цы

Линия застройки

вучасток таблице

Земельный участок

цы

1

Граница улицы

Красная линия

в таблице Subzone o-3a s-2

s-3

s-4

s-5

s-1

s-2

max 21

Not regulated

У-3

max 45

У-4

макс. 21

min 50 max 70

Не регулируется макс. 45

У-5

У-1

У-2

У-3

max 1,5

У-4

У-5

Ground floor glasing percentage, %

макс. 57

2

Процент остекления фасада первого этажа, %

мин. 70 макс. 90

макс. 1,5

Не регулируется

макс. 8 Не регулируется мин. 15

макс. 50

Distance between entrances, m

S-1

S-2

min 30

У-2 У-3 Not regulated

мин. max 60

min 60

Уровень входа на первый этаж, м front46 Recommended types of street

4

Шаг входов в жилые и коммерческие помещения, м

5

Ориентация входов в жилые дома

6

Высота ограждений, м

7

Прозрачность ограждений, % 46

У-4

Подзона П-3б

мин. 30

У-5 max 0,15

Not regulated

У-1 У-2 У-3 Not regulated мин. max 0,45 мин. max 20 60

max 0,9 Не

min 70

46

4

5

регулируется

min 70

Не регулируется

Mid-rise

См.: Часть 4. Требования к типам уличных фронтов.

0,45

макс. 20

Фронтальная, боковая, сквозная

Фронтальная, сквозная

макс. 0,9

макс. 0,9

мин. 70

мин. 70

Витрина, заглубление, галерея, палисадник, зеленая отмостка, терраса, крыльцо, стилобат, приямок, приямок с крыльцом, аркада, фронтальный building development zone afterдвор FBC regulation (possible outcome)

Иллюстрация является принципиальной схемой, а не примером планировочной организации уличного фронта.

му фронту с учетом максимальной разрешенной длины фасада по й.

мин. 30

0,15

макс. 20

У-5

Не регулируется Frontal, through

max 0,9 Не регулируется

4

но-пространственных решений застройки.

У-4 3,5

0,45 макс. макс. Shop window,макс. gallery, front garden, terrace, porch, plinth, areaway, arcade

См.: Часть 4. Требования к типам уличных фронтов.

S-5

min 30

Иллюстрация является принципиальной схемой, а не примером планировочной организации уличного фронта.

5

S-4

Not regulated

Не регулируется Flontal, side, through

3

S-3 min 3,5

20

Рекомендуемые типы уличного фронта 46

Current state of detached housing development

S-5

мин. max 0,453,5

Fence height, на уровне m 6 Выступ частей здания земли за линию застройки, мFence transparency, % 7

регулируется

Subzone o-3B

S-4

Not regulated

Отступ первого этажа от линии застройки, м Entrance orientation 5

му фронту с учетом максимальной разрешенной длины фасада по й.

макс. 50

4

S-3

Подзона П-3А У-1

Высота первого этажа, м m Ground floor level, 3

min 15

Не max 50

min60

1

до 8 этажей: макс. 60 макс. 45 от 13 этажей: макс. 30

но-пространственных решений застройки.

2

S-2

min 3,5

макс. 21

9–12 этажей: Not regulated

min 15

мин. 15

Ground floor height, m

Building parts overhang, m

max 8

Не регулируется max 50

Subzone o-3a

S-1

groundfloor stepback from the building line, m параметры

min 70 max 90

80 макс. Not regulated 100

Нумерация в таблице

parameters

1

макс. 27

up to 8 floors: max 60 9–12 floors: max 45 мин. over 13 floors: max 30

макс. 70

макс. 8

max 21

max 57

min 80 макс. 100

Not regulated

до 8 этажей: макс. 60 9–12 этажей: макс. 45 Not regulated от 13 этажей: макс. 30

Земельный участок

s-5

Подзона П-3б

up to 8 floors: max 60 9–12 floors: max 45 50 мин. over 13 floors: max 30

max 8

s-4

max 27

Подзона П-3А У-2

s-3

1

Линия застройки

subzone o-3b

Нумерация в таблице


emergent asylum

The Refugee camps are created temporarily but the facts show that  its average life is about 20 years and living for such long duration in temporary shelters makes it uninhabitable. There is a need to fulfill the basic needs of the refugees and to formulate spatial strategies that can enhance the productivity of the camp. Driving parameters of this project are the limited land, energy resources, lack of aid, sudden demographic changes. The aim of this design proposal is to develop a durable, rapidly reconfigurable and cheap shelter unit that allows for growth and selfsufficiency, can be aggregated in urban form, be thermal responsive (considering the harsh climatic conditions) and also incorporate local and regional recyclable building materials and doesnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t require skilled labor for assembling. The shelters should be able to strategically self-organize as per

Status:

thesis research project

the Middle East traditional culture.

Location:

Zaatari refugee camp, Jordan

Tutors:

Michael Weinstock, George Jeronimidis 3.3 sq. km

Site area:

100 000

Population : Environmental Conditions

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Courtyard top floor view

Structural organization - Structural/Environmental Performance Relationship

Structural Environmental

Deflection

Solar Exposure

Deflection

Solar Exposure

m

kWh/m2

m

kWh/m2

0.0

2188.71

0.0

2188.71

0.000236

1532.10

0.000127

1532.10

0.000471

1313.23

0.000254

1313.23

0.000707

1094.36

0.00038

1094.36

0.000943

875.48

0.000507

875.48

0.001179

656.61

0.000634

656.61

0.001414

437.74

0.000761

437.74

0.00165

218.87

0.000887

218.87

0.001886

<=0.00

0.001014

<=0.00

Physical test of structure 1

Physical test of structure 2


Plastic Cap

Cap roofs the top opening of those modules without floor above.

Recyced Plastic Frame

Each module is constructed from four flat plastic frame elements. Erected elements are anchored by the plastic floor-tray.

Stretched Fabric Double-layered fabric cover filled with PVC insulation.

Recycled Plastic Tray The tray functions as a floor condition and has slots for anchoring the frame elements.


Private Gardens

Private garden area is defined by the family content (occupation, children and housewives members). Produced food leftovers are sold in private shops. Collected rainwater from rooftops is used for private gardens irrigation. Human manure is used for fertilization.

Private Shops

Some of lower floor modules are used as private shops for home gardeners and craftsmen creating trade-friendly environment.

WCs

Water truck route Resources circulation

Efficient resources circulation diagram. Cluster axonometric view

Solar Exposure Analysis (Maximizing Shaded Spaces)

Space Syntax (Visibility Analysis; Creating Levels of Privacy)

Space Syntax (Connectivity, Betweenness, Closeness Centrality; Creating Levels of Privacy)


Water Collection

Upper floor modulesâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; surfaces are used for water collection.

Water Srorage

Concave parts of lower modules are filled with soft water containers.

Human Waste Srorage

Concave parts of lower modules are filled with soft water human waste containers.

Productive Cluster (Low Density)

Medium-Productive Cluster (Medium Density)

Non-Productive Cluster (High Density)


emergence

This research presents a series of experiments carried out under the context of Evolutionary development (â&#x20AC;&#x153;Evo-Devoâ&#x20AC;?). By the use of Evolutionary computation and genetic algorithms, the concepts are applied and analyzed in a digital environment where multiple populations are developed. Evolutionary goals are evaluated through quantifying a number of fitness criteria in relation to environmental and spatial approaches. The relevant Genepool consists of a number of Genes that correspond to modifiers and actions in the 3D modeling software. In the following sequences, the focus is on the definition of a process for the evolution of urban blocks. Through the implementation of acquired knowledge, the evolutionary process is applied and analyzed in a case 2015

study based on Kowloon Walled City, Hong Kong, China. A multi-parameter

Year:

optimization and associative design tools are used in order to simulate

Status:

a set of genetic experiments. Four fitness criteria are defined in relation

School:

AA School of Architecture

Tutors:

Michael Weinstock, Axel Corner

to environmental conditions, design ambitions and software/hardware limitations. In parallel, an attempt is been made to provide opportunities for open public space configurations. Through this context, two strategies for providing public spaces are developed and assessed.

research project

Students:

Arpi Maheshwari, Natalia Aygunyan,

Spyros Efthimiu

Location:

Kowloon, Hong Kong


STRATEGY 2

STRATEGY 1

1

2

3

4

Criteria 1. Maximize Volume 2. Maximize fluctuations 3. Minimize distance: cells-voids 4. Minimize ground space index

Genes - Floor Variation - Block Removal (number & index) - Main streets Movement & Offset - Secondary streets Offset Scale Nonuniform x-y

1

2

3

4

Criteria 1. Maximize Volume

Genes - Floor Variation

2. Maximize fluctuations

- Clustered Cells Removal (number)

3. Maximize distance between voids

- Clustered Cells Removal (Index)

4. Maximize open space volume

- Main streets Movement & Offset - Secondary streets Movement & Offset Scale Nonuniform x-y

| Fitness Criteria 1: Maximize Volume

Least Fit | G5.04

Fittest | G1.08

| Fitness Criteria 2: Maximize Fluctuations

Least Fit | G10.07

Fittest | G1.04

| Fitness Criteria 3: Maximize Distance Between Voids

Least Fit | G1.03

Fittest | G1.06

| Fitness Criteria 4: Maximize Open Space Volume

Least Fit | G1.04

Fittest | G1.02

| Fitness Criteria 1: Maximize Volume

Least Fit | G1.07

Fittest | G5.08

| Fitness Criteria 2: Maximize Fluctuations

Least Fit | G1.07

Fittest | G10.08

| Fitness Criteria 3: Minimize Distance: Cells-Voids

Least Fit | G1.09

Fittest | G5.06

Fitness Criteria 4: Minimize Ground Space Index

Least Fit | G1.06

Fittest | G1.04


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London’s population grows rapidly and the population of the Isle of Dogs is expected to be 100,000 people in 2050. Issues that will be caused by this demographic pressure cannot be resolved by a master plan approach. The challenge of this project is to create a high quality and at the same time high-density well-connected habitat by smart distribution of density, public spaces and green area. The criteria of quality and parameters defined and used for the Genetic Algorithm. The main goals are defined based on the site research and desirable parameters (density 400p/hectare). Nodes and rough district division are defined based on transport scheme, water and green spaces location, density distribution and public spaces distribution. Then, based on site and surroundings demographics analysis, the program and land use proportion are developed for each district. In parallel with that the zones around the

2015

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key nodes are analyzed in order to develop a morphological library of the

research project

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superblocks the site divided into. The result of GA is analyzed in space

AA School of Architecture

School:

syntax and compared to the primary network scheme. The final design is

Michael Weinstock

Tutors:

done by “manual“ corrections according to desirable connectivity.

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Isle of Dogs, London

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421 ha

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sounding tensegrity

Being located on a pier, the site experiences a high degree of movement due to changes in the surface of the water. These variations occur on two levels; the daily changes of the water level due to the tides; the irregular and more frequent minor variations of the water surface due to waves caused by wind and other environmental factors. Understanding and utilizing both these levels of movement as activators for the proposed system allowed for the creation of a dynamic structure which was able to display multiple levels of ambient change depending on the state of activation. Upon visiting the site it was noted that the area lacked character and was devoid of activity therefore it was decided that the primary effect of the system would be the generation of an ambient sound environment. By harnessing the vibrations created by the pier movements, the system can create multiple different sounds which will change depending on tidal movements (time of day) and weather conditions (surface waves). The systems secondary effect would be the control of light in order to provide shading and create a shadow pattern which could compliment the sound environment.

2014

Year: Status:

research project AA School of Architecture

School:

Tutors: Evan Greenberg, Manja van de Worp, George Jeronimidis Location:

London

Size:

Tidal Movement

Wind Gust Effect

Sound Effects

180 m2


Masthouse Terrace Pier view

2. Ramp The inclined surface requires protection from wind and rain Protection Zone

3. Open-air waiting zone Circulation area for boarding the ferry Protection Zone

1. Waiting zone Waiting space for passengers Sounding Zone

People flow

4. Anchoring zone Area designated for anchoring the structure to the pier Protection Zone


Initial material system having concave and convex states

Sounding component

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High tide 22.4%

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172.2 mm

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162.5 mm

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153.3 mm

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140.8 mm

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Project is based on the synthesis of three aspects: reinterpretation of traditional Korean architectural and philosophical ideas, program requirements and advanced methods of urban analysis. The design of the master plan addresses the notion of circularity, which manifests itself as the adaptability of space towards different time and weather conditions by means of spatial zoning and features of buildings. The urban analysis utilizes an agent based simulation methods. Carefully studied amenities became an input in the crowd simulation. Site analysis was carried out through digital simulation, which provided the information about site passablity and visibility that affected zoning concept. The adaptability enables the site to various types of activities and events. It invokes different levels of privacy and creates view points. The project is a art platform, enabling to emerge new forms and ideas in art, through a discourse. In order to provide conditions for communication, main volume blocks noise generated by traffic. The site includes a large plaza, which overlooks the riverside through sloped beach verged on a cafe to the South-East and Yeonja-ru on the South-West side of the site. Thus, the plaza is capable of accommodating large-scale performances and exhibitions at the same time providing diverse types of spaces as the need may be. In the calm, but visible area of the plaza is moved Pal-ma-bi.

Circularity

Landscape

Courtyard

Tradition

Year: Status:

2016

competition, shortlisted

Participants:

Vlad Bek-Bulatov,

Natalia Aygunyan,

Location:

Irina Safonova

Suncheon, South Korea


Passability Analysis

Visibility Analysis

Betwenness Centrality

Transpot Scheme

Nodes and Zoning

Noize Levels Organization

Green Zone

Concert Function

Lecture/Cinema Function

500m

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international broadcasting center for FIFA world cup 2018 in Moscow

The site is situated on the territory of Luzhniki sporting center between 2 subway stations: Sportivnaya and Vorobyevy Gory. The metro tunnel runs right under the designed building and comes out at the south-east side of the site. Due to the site and altitude requirements the center is divided into to buildings. The main building body consists of 4 blocks: 3 2-floor blocks and 1 4-floor block. Most part of the 2-floor blocks is represented by double floor height area which is required for broadcasting equipment, and side entresoles. After the championship, the designed building is meant to have second life as an exhibition and offices center, so the project considers fire-fighting standards for both scenarios. During the championship entresoles serve as a process control rooms and turn into offices during the second stage. The double floor height area turns into an exhibition area. In order to provide maximum lighting, the blocks are placed at a distance of 8 meters from each other. 4-floor bloc is mostly administrative and embodies offices, administrative rooms, main entrance, main hall, canteen, meeting hall. The four-floor height atrium provides lighting to offices. The underground floor embodies parking. Its configuration is defined by the metro tunnel proximity and area/ number of parking slots requirements. Role in the project: concept design in collaboration with chief architects, project design in collaboration with 2 people, zoning, transport schemes, project design, collaborative

work with subcontractors and client, infrastructure design, facades design, specific quarters technology development, detailed design

Developed view

2014

Year:

not built

Realization: Client:

FIFA, JSC â&#x20AC;&#x153;Luzhnikiâ&#x20AC;&#x153;

Location:

Moscow

Design office:

SPEECH

Site area:

5.5 hectare

Size:

47 400 m2


International Broadcast Centre perspective view

auto

technical zone

satellite dish zone

pedestrians logistics zone

lorry fire trucks

checkpoint

metro tunnel contour courtyard / cafe

checkpoint


Main entrance view (facade 1)


Main entrance view (facade 2)


multifunctional housing estate

A 31-story apartment block is planned on the left bank of Moscow river, northwest of Moscow, Khoroshevo-Mnevniki district, Karamyshevskaya embankment. 3-part building consists of 2 31-story blocks, which are connected to each other by another 9-story middle block. The configuration of the building is caused by its’ own insolation and insolation of neighborhood dwellings. Two 31-story blocks stand along the river whereas the small middle block “connect” them in opposite direction in order not to shadow the block of flats alongside (on top view it has a Z-shape). The front block (the closest to the river) has a lowering of height along the silhouette line of surround area. Also it narrows to the top in order to provide a better view from the “background” 31-story block; and it expands to the bottom with a fan of terraces. 2008 - today

All three blocks stand on the 3-story stylobate, which fits the whole site area. It

Year:

has 2 above-ground and 1 underground floors on the front (south) facade and

Realization:

in progress

3 underground stories with no facade at the north side. This comes from the

Client:

MFK “GRAS”

heavy gradient of the area to the river. Some of the south part of the stylobate that has a facade contains shops, mini-market and restaurant. The rest part is underground parking. The yard and open parking are organized on the top of stylobate. Also, there is a garden at the middle block rooftop. All the public utilities’ offices and dwelling entrances occupy the ground floor above the stylobate. Role in the project: developed concept design, project design in collaboration with 4 people, apartments planning, collaborative work with subcontractors, infrastructure design, facades design, materials selection

Location: Design office:

Moscow

LLC “Gromov I Paltsev”

Site area:

2,1 hectare

Size:

140 000 m2

Number of apartments:

685


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bike sharing station with shed (2 versions)

The main requirement of client was to provide maximum advertising area. The

Realization:

station itself consists of parking lots, bikes and payment terminal. Besides, the

Client:

station is self-sustainable.

Location:

There is maximum space for advertising provided on the first proposal. It can be placed on the top of shed as well as on bottom of it, because the shed has a strong inclination. Besides, both sides of bearing ribs can be used as a place for advertising. Multiple ribs can be perceived differently at certain angles when passing by. Solar panel is placed on the top of the shed. Also, the station should have a bench for peopleâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s rest and recharge panel for phones.

Option 1 perspective view

under consideration

City Bicycle Service â&#x20AC;&#x153;Vellyâ&#x20AC;? Sochi


Option 2 perspective view


architecture and landscaping design concept for Zaryadye park This concept represents a system of artificial hills, each slope of which is oriented to certain side. The slopes of these hills can serve as a place of rest for people, as a natural amphitheater for some actions and festivals or it can be used as an ice-hill in winter. There are the highest “hills” located in the northeast part of the site, which are broken by precipices. The precipices represent facades of concert hall, hotel and museum complex that are contained under the slopes. These facades form a rectangular square, which turns out to be isolated from the rest of the park by another small smooth “hill” with a restaurant under its’ slopes and a terrace on top of it. The isolation of this crowded square makes possible to preserve pacific atmosphere around churches. Low green “hills” of exhibition complex are extended to the northwest corner of the site and separate the territory of churches from the park (which can also be quite loud) as well. The whole

Year:

park is extended to the riverbank and forms a road tunnel under itself. This

Location:

makes possible reaching the river directly from the park without crossing the

Status:

street as well as berth creation. There is an open amphitheater is planned in the southwest corner of the park. It suppose to take a function of Vasilyevskiy spusk to hold concerts and festivals.

General view from Vasilyevskiy Spusk

Site area:

2013 Moscow, Moscvoretskaya emb. off-competition proposal

13 hectares


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transit function of park

exhibition area hotel concert hall amphitheater wharf

altitude limitation analysis

zonation


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Hotel facade

Hotel perspective view


faculty of arts The main point of the project is the creation of a special environment for education and lifestyle of students. Besides the fact that Sarov is a closed center for nuclear research as well as an orthodox center, it also has a lot of great universities that provide the young population of the city with excellent knowledge. It was decided to make Sarov open for public as a large educational center, almost like Harvard or Cambridge (university town) and attract to it as many students as possible from all over the world. The main purpose of that is the education where students from different faculties all study together, because when the disciplines are mixed like that a lot of new discoveries happen. Faculty buildings are located along the river. This project in particular is looking at the development of the faculty of arts as the main faculty, which can become a good opposition to the environment of physics and

Year:

2008

diploma project

Status:

Sarov town

Client:

mathematics that is surrounding Sarov. The faculty building is located

Location:

along Satis river, right across the main bell-tower. The building is divided

Professor:

in to three blocks of auditoriums and offices overlooking the river, reserve,

Site area:

3,4 hectare

and the monastery. These areas are sitting on the other blocks that consist

Size:

22 550 m2

of bigger auditoriums, library, cafeteria etc.

Student number:

The building has two main entrances. From Muzrukov Street you can get to the small atrium through the ramp that bends around the corner, and once inside you find yourself on the second floor (which provides an easy access). From the hallway the ramps take you to the different sides of the building, going right through it. The second entrance is located more to the center of the building, and it can be accessed from the boulevard and the backyard. There is a building that connects faculty of Arts with the faculty of Fine Arts; it consists of auditoriums for the lectures of both faculties as well as the assembly hall, and the computer laboratory.

Development view

Sarov, Russia

Antonio Mije

2000


General view


Administrative part and main entrance view

Interior view

General view


Main lane view

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concert hall in Kaliningrad

The site is situated in the center of Kaliningrad, at the pond side. General building mass is placed at northern part of the site and takes about a half of it. So, existing park can still be preserved and may be used as an open stage for festivals. Moreover, the building mass is overhanging from the water side, which also helps to preserve some site area and existing lanes and routes. The consoles create a safe zone where an open-air cafe can be organized. The building consists of three wavy shaped parts: 1) opera hall for 2000 people and foyer; 2) small concert hall for 500 people with itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s own entrance; 3) main entrance, box office and museum. Every of these three shapes has a giant consoles hanging over the pond. The building â&#x20AC;&#x153;skinâ&#x20AC;? is represented 2007

by a system of wooden blinds. The thickness of the blinds increases

Year:

towards the road and decreases towards the consoles to provide a better

Location:

view from to the pond. The arcade along the site line is partly filled with shops and partly is just a through pass-way to the park.

Status:

Kaliningrad, Russia

academic work and competition proposal

Audience: Professor:

2000 + 500 people Anton A. Mije

Students: Nikolashina N., Aygunyan N., Samodurova N.

General view


opera hall exhibition & lecture area small concert hall main entrance & box office fly-loft box shops make-up rooms


Main entrance perspective view

View from the pond


View from the bridge


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