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PROJECTS


Museum of Contemporary Art Rio de Janeiro, Studio C. Rebelo, 2009 On the site, around the Lagoon Rodrigo de F. is where extreme realities meet. One is surrounded by Mountains - green on their tops, further down constituted of the irregular tissue of the «favelas» - and high-scale urban buildings. A genuine 360° Panorama. The Museum - once a monolith, shaped by directions derived from the site - wants to look at all the different realities of its surroundings. So the monolith splits into parts; what remains is the center, a strong structure, which unifies the whole and enables the rotations of the outer shell. The directions mentioned above, are for one the axis between the Corcovado and the Parque Lage - places of culture - , and for the other the urban axis of the street system; It’s in those two directions the ground from the museum extends itself to the outside.

Ground floor

First inspiration: A seashell. It emerges from the water, protecting the treasures inside


Corcovado streetsystem: densification

Parque Lage

basic form

deformation

rotation


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First floor

First inspiration: A seashell. It emerges from the water, protecting the treasures inside


Second floor


Stained Glass Design School Monthey, Atelier P. Mestelan, 2007 This space for cultural gatherings, manual production and education, integrates itself in a dense and historic urban context; it aims to revalue the status of this traditional art and to revitalise the street. The exposed glass works, perceptible from the in- and outside, build an ideal interface between the school and the public space. The structure, rigid towards the shared wall, adapts to the neighbor buildings. The double height main space and the upper-level courtyard communicate with the predominant castle in the north, the public exposition and cafeteria with the southern street. Different degrees of openings, minimize uncomfortable visual vis-Ă -vis between workspace and the close by dwellings and create various light conditions: from the essential “contre-jourâ€? to the darker spaces for lighttable work.


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Ground floor


Stained Glass Design School Monthey, Atelier P. Mestelan, 2007 This space for cultural gatherings, manual production and education, integrates itself in a dense and historic urban context; it aims to revalue the status of this traditional art and to revitalise the street. The exposed glass works, perceptible from the in- and outside, build an ideal interface between the school and the public space. The structure, rigid towards the shared wall, adapts to the neighbor buildings. The double height main space and the upper-level courtyard communicate with the predominant castle in the north, the public exposition and cafeteria with the southern street. Different degrees of openings, minimize uncomfortable visual vis-à-vis between workspace and the close by dwellings and create various light conditions: from the essential “contre-jour” to the darker spaces for lightroolf dnuorG table work.

General plan


Transversal section

First floor

Second floor

Roof view


Heliport Alpine massif, Atelier V. Mangeat, 2005

The project develops around a reflection about mankind’s dream to fly, crossing limits, conquer gravity. The way in which the project is positioned in the site emphasizes the natural features of one particular spot , that is especially elevated and steep in relation to the surrounding slope; by disposing a plane in this place, one is already a little closer to the skies. Therefore the territory reinforces the intentions. The spatial structure is divided into three parts: the services deeply anchored in the mountain contrasting with the landing and take off platform, expanding into the skies, and the circulation in between. Unity is created by the materiality of the constructive structure in reinforced concrete.


Soccer Stadium Lausanne, Studio L. Geninasca & B. Delefortrie, 2009 For this proposal two different inspirations are brought together: the heart, evocative of notions like centrality, rhythm, compression and dilatation, and the distant mountain scenery. The actual heart is the space between the two sub-programs: the stadium and the mall. This public place links the programs together and responds to their different geometries and peaks of utilisation; it is oriented according to an undisturbed view on the mountains. The excavated stadium with its light roof structure contrasts in matters of transparency and materiality with the mass of the mall. To answer the request of an urban densification, without compromising the idea of a surrounding urban park, the residential spaces are surmounted on the mall.


Ground floor mall

Parking -1


Riverbaths Atelier V. Mangeat, 2005

The proposal for this project strongly depends on the territorial features to offer an exceptional bathing experience. One particularity of the site is the presence of water in motion, a strong current on the left hand of the bank, suggesting the drift. Following the conceptual statement: “the earth still beneath the feet I’m drawn into the water�, the construction enables an entry into the water with the current. Parting from the sunbathing platforms the bather enters successively into the river, until the current passing through the constructive elements picks him up and carries him away. The access into the water and the sunbathing space form one big plane, composed of quadruple-T-shaped elements. The ephemeral services beneath are attached to the piers that carry the perennial concrete platforms above.


human scale


DRAWINGS


a t m o s p h e r e s


emotion


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EDUCATION

Bachelor of Science BSc

in Architecture at the EPFL,

Lausanne

Scientific High School Degree,

Kantonsschule Solothurn

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Markus Schietsch Architekten,

Z端rich; Elephant parc Zoo Z端rich

10.2009 - 2010

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Binta Anderegg

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Photoshop

Born on

03.11.1985

Illustrator

in Solothurn

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EDUCATION

Bachelor of Science BSc

in Architecture at the EPFL,

Lausanne

Scientific High School Degree,

Kantonsschule Solothurn

2009

2004

WORK EXPERIENCE

Markus Schietsch Architekten,

Z端rich; Elephant parc Zoo Z端rich

10.2009 - 2010

PARTICULAR SKILLS

CAD

Archicad

Autocad

(++)

Vectorworks

(++)

Rhino

(++)

(+++)

GRAPHICS

Photoshop

Illustrator

InDesign

LANGUAGES German

(+++) (++) (+++)

(+++) Mother tongue

English

(+++)

French

(+++)

Spanish

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