Architectural projects by
Burcu DoÄ&#x;ruyol 2018 edition
Hi there. I am Burcu. Currently I am a last year student in the Master of Architecture in Politecnico di Milano. In the past five years, I have grown interest in the topics of interior architecture, architectural detailing, and representation of projects. â€œArchitects donâ€™t invent anything, they transform realityâ€?. My goal as an architect is to transform my skills and knowledge into forms that will have an impact on human life, and improve its quality. I believe that each project should contribute to different needs, provide different levels of human comfort, and create different experiences. This is why I try to be openminded and follow different techniques in each project. In this portfolio, you will see a collection of works that defines different sides of me as an architect. Thank you for sparing your time!
burcu dogruyol 25.01.1994 BIOGRAPHY 2008-2012
Saint Joseph High School
Bachelor of Science of Architecture in Politecnico di Milano
“Donana - Out of the City” workshop in collaboration with the ETSA University
Internship in Dumankaya İnşaat, in the department of Concept Development
Istanbul (TR) Milan (IT)
2016-12.2018 Master of Architecture of Interiors in Milan (IT) Politecnico di Milano 01.2018
MIAW Workshop in Politecnico di Milano with Georg Reinberg mail: firstname.lastname@example.org skype: burcudogruyol
pa.du. Academic year: 2016/2017 Supervisors: Luis Basabe & Claudia Parenti In collaboration with: Anna Loch & Inbal Bildner
Padu was designed from the beginning to scape the current reality of a dormitory town “Paderno-Dugnano”. The building we focused on is called “the vertical bridge”; and it functions as an important connection between the two sides of the railway. The aim of creating this strong axis was to provide a space filled with life for the users, residents and visitors . The goal was to leave the people free to choose how they want their lives to be. The inhabitants of the Vertical Bridge are free to be social creatures or reclused individuals.
view from the park
who is pa.du. designed for?
1 Paderno Dugnanoâ€™s 2 new residents residents
4 small businesses
5 big companies
pa.du. masterplan 1 hotel complex | 2 office, first floor commercial | 3 residential block as ground floor commercial | 4 residential block with ground floor commercial | 5 the vertical bridge: co-habitation with ground floor as cinema and exhibition, and first floor as bridge | 6 coffee hub | 7 social housing | 8 residential block with ground floor commercial, and first floor parking lot | 9 park | 10 luxury residence tower | 11 social housing
5 3 6 4
how to get the pa.du. pattern?
1 find your axis
2 the courtyard goes in the middle
3 open the courtyard towards the axis
4 seperate the functions
5 seperate the buildings
6 give your final touches
the vertical bridge The movement in this area is horizontal in the public zones, and vertical in the private parts. The vertical bridge is the main building that we deal with in this project. It is composed of two parts: the massive concrete ground floor which is an horizontal hallery, and the light wood upper floors, serving as a vertical apartment. They are separated from the first floor from the bridge that connect one part of padu to the other.
1 the kitchen storage
use like this for more space
use like this cooking
2 the wardrobe
use like this for more space 4 the folding tables
use like this for eating 3 the stairs holder
use like this for clothe picking
use like this for safety
5 the core stairs
use like this for safety use like this for more space use like this for eating
use like this for working
use like this for planting
use like this for working
A ceiling: plywood panel t=20 mm | OSB board t=20 mm | waterproof membraine | timber beam (120 x 60 mm) | thermal insulation t=120 mm | OSB board t=20 mm | gypsum plasterboard t=20 mm B dripper: zinc plate t=1 mm C external wall: plywood panel t=20 mm | OSB board t=20 mm | waterproof membraine | timber beam (120 x 60 mm) | thermal insulation t=120 mm | OSB board t=20 mm | plywood panel t=20 mm D internal wall: plywood panel t=20 mm | OSB board t=20 mm | timber beam (120 x 60 mm) | thermal insulation t=120 mm | OSB board t=20 mm | plywood panel t=20 mm E floor: wooden plank 150 x 1500 mm @ 20 mm | OSB board t=20 mm | beam (120 x 60 mm) | thermal insulation t=120 mm | OSB board t=20 mm | gypsum plasterboard t=20 mm
vertical circulation in the building
use like this for more space
filo d’oro Academic year: 2016/2017 Supervisors: Jo Van der Berghe & Renato Juarez Corso & Leonardo Balladelli In collaboration with: Anna Loch & Laura Vanazzi Filo d’oro is an architectural archive located in a site that used to be a part of the Navigli canal. The site is a promenade, and this premenade was embraced in the design by emphasizing it with the addition of several interventions along the path. Filo d’oro means golden string in italian. A trace of gold is visible on each intervention. The new archive’s roof being the most obvious one, the gold can be as subtle as having one single brick placed on the historical stone walls made by Leonardo da Vinci on the site, or on the “irregular” bricks on the wall of the Umberto Eco room that opens space on the wall to display the famous writer’s books.So everytime a person sees something in gold, this person will know that they are looking at a part of the filo d’oro.
*hand drawings for this project are drawn by Anna Loch
view from the Conca
filo dâ€™oro masterplan
library vertical section A sandwich panel on roof underside (2000/4000 mm): 1.5 mm stainless steel sheet 40 mm XPS rigid foam 1.5 mm brass sheet stainless steel gutter B double sliding door (3200 x 3500 mm): acne pink aluminium frame, double pane tempered glass t=40 mm C handrailing: brass string d=5 mm D inside): 1 x brown brick birch 250 x 120 mm @ 55 mm, waterproof membrane, chamber of air t=100 mm, brick tie, hard insulation t=80 mm, 2 x brown brick birch 250 x 120 mm @ 55 mm E pivot oak door (1000 x 3200 mm):
=150 mm, ext dint=60 mm door: plywood t=40 mm, OSB panel t=5 mm, hard insulation t=80 mm, water-proof membrane, OSB panel t=5 mm, plywood t=40 mm F underground lower slab: @ 55 mm, mortar t=2 mm, cement t=5 mm, reinforced concrete slab t=100 mm, waterproof membrane, iglu form work, concrete foundation work t=400 mm, concrete slab t=100 mm, 2 x water repellent thermal insulation t=100 mm, waterproof membrane, iglu form work, concrete foundation t=400 mm
Library and and vertical section in 1:20 detailing on the right.
mothersâ€™ club Academic year: 2017/2018 Supervisors: Gennaro Postiglione, Peter Beard, Stefania Sabatinelli In collaboration with: Derin CantĂźrk, Stanislaw Gulkowski
Mothersâ€™ club is an interiors project located in the last floor of an existing building called Zumbini Sei. It targets a very specific type of users: Single mother with small kids who became homeless. The club becomes their home for 18 months, and after they leave only to be replaced by a new user. The existing situation offers a very small common space for them, which is never used. The mothers are provided big, spacious apartments which makes it harder for them to interact, and causes them to stay longer. The proposal adresses these issues by providing a large common area, which is basically a huge living room for the now very compact apartments. This will encourage the mothers and the kids to leave their apartment occasionally, and to interact with each other, and even to form a community. The arrangement of the common spaces is making it possible for the mothers and the kids to have their own spaces, but also allows them to always keep an eye to each other. The apartments on the other hand are arranged by allowing a flexibility according to the different needs of the mother and the kids. Since the apartment is not a final destination for the users, there was a huge emphasis on the storage, which constitutes the core of the apartments.
view from an apartment
birdseye view into one unit
view from an apartment
view from an apartment
mola Academic year: 2017/2018 Supervisors: Massimiliano Nastri, Maria Limongelli, Alessandra Oppio Individual project
Mola is a temporary low-cost structure that is located inside of an existing office building, the famous Unicredit Tower in Milan. Mola means “break” in Turkish. The “mola” house is designed not only as a cozy place to have a break from the working environment, but also as a new way of working inside of a corporate office. The structure is composed of 3 floors. The ground floor is a semiopen space that can be used for socializing, working, or relaxing purposes depending on the different needs. The first floor is the only closed space of the structure. This is the meeting, or working room which is more private compared to the rest. The second floor which is only accessible through the existing mezzanine floor is a balcony for the mezzanine which is the socializing and meeting zone. This part can be used for different types of events and coctails, or it can be a meet and chat zone.
first floor plan
mola legend W1 external wall consisting from: vertical timber board (15 mm) painted horizontal steel profile (50 x 50 mm) timber cladding (15 mm) L-shape steel plate (3 mm) XPS rigid insulation panel (80 mm) vertical rectangular steel profile (60 x 140 mm) internal timber cladding (10 mm) W2 internal wall consisting of: timber cladding (10 mm) L-shaped steel profile (3 mm) XPS rigid insulation panel (80 mm) vertical rectangular steel profile (60 x 100 mm) timber cladding (10 m)
ground floor plan
F1 floor consisting of: timber pavement (20 mm) plywood panel (10 mm) XPS rigid insulation panel (80 mm) plywood panel (10 mm) timber ceiling cladding (10 mm) second floor plan Mola vertical section in 1:20 detailing on the left, and and horizontal section of the first floor in 1:20 detailing, and horizontal sections of the other loors in 1:50 detailing on the right.
Published on Feb 21, 2018