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Architecture & Design Noll Clara


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Noll clara April 22, 1993 clara_noll@hotmail.com (+33) 6 75 97 50 37 7 rue des mĂŠsanges 68500 Orschwihr (France)

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qualifications 2017 Interior Architecture Master’s Degree ESAIL in Lyon, France 2011-2012 Applied Arts Preparatory Year MJM Graphic Design School in Strasbourg, France 2011 Scientific Baccalaureate Graduation Alfred Kastler School in Guebwiller, France

sKILLS Software AutoCAD ArchiCAD Sketchup Artlantis InDesign Photoshop Illustrator Languages French Native English Read, written, spoken

German Notions

Hobbies Piano Drawing Skiing Climbing Driver’s Licence

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WORK EXPERIENCE 2017-2018 Designer - Pharmacy design agency Noll Concept - Westhalten, France (6 months) Tasks : Construction plans drawing / Furniture Design

2016 Interior architect intern - Architecture and scenography agency SHSH - Brussels, Belgium (3 months) Tasks : Building site supervision / Scenographic contest

2015 Designer - Pharmacy design agency Noll Concept - Westhalten, France (1 month) Tasks : Build authorizations / Analysis of existing buildings

2015 Interior architect intern - Interior design agency PĂŠpin de Banane - Lyon, France (2 months) Tasks : Building site supervision / Projects drawing

2014 Designer - Pharmacy design agency Noll Concept - Westhalten, France (1 month) Tasks : Construction plans drawing / Furniture Design

2014 Interior architect intern - Architecture agency Olivier Nicolas - Colmar, France (1 month) Tasks : Projects drawing

2013 Intern as a worker in various building firms Wood’s Joinery / Plastering / Masonry / Plumbing / Eletricity / Air conditioning

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Student projects nd Interior Architecture School


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Week-end house Architecture This country house is located in the outskirts of Lyon. It offers the possibility to a family and their friends to spend quality time together. Surrounded by the natural environment and outside the city chaos, this house is the perfect place to rest during a weekend. The shape of the house is breaking the boundaries between the outside and the inside offering a peaceful feeling to the inhabitants. The building is integrated into the landscape thanks to the vegetation which grows at the heart of the house. 10


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On the left, The West facade On the right,The South facade

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View of the terrace under the pergolas

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On the left,The ground floor plan On the right, The living room


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On the left, Section AA On the right, Section BB During winter, when the plate glass windows are closed, the connection between the rooms is possible thanks to the glazed corridor.

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Student furniture Modular The lack of space in a student apartement is a common problem. This set of furniture was designed to optimize the space, while answering to the main needs of the young inhabitant. Three modules with refined lines can easily be combined. It allows the user to organize himself the space according to his activities and his desires.

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From top to bottom, - Receive - Sleep - Work


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LE RIPAINCEL Build with the existing The stables building of the old Sergeant Blandan’s military barracks in Lyon are rehabilited into a restaurant with a culinary and oenological workshop. The building, located in the middle of the park, is a covered passage which livens up at the borders of urban life. It’s possible to take a break and to enjoy the vast dynamic place.

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The mineral slab unifies the outside and the inside. The building creates a continuity in the visitor’s path within the park.


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1 Culinary workshop 2 Oenology workshop 3 Bar 4 Restaurant 5 Toilets 6 Direction 7 Professional kitchen 8 Break room 9 Food reserve 10 Technical room 11 Laundry 12 Changing room 13 Terrace

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At the bottom, Section A On the right, Section of cube’s detail The existing architecture is The central cube frees the Its punched Corten-steel backlighted and transform bright object.

protected. openings. walls are it into a

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View of the bar restaurant

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View of the culinary workshop


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Shared apartment Interior design In this city apartment an elderly person can share her everyday life with one or two visitors. Through his buisness the inhabitant takes advantage of the travelers’ help, culture and company. The visitors benefit from a bed and breakfast and from a local resident’s hospitality. In this living space, you can find mutual aid and friendliness. The retired person stays active and does not feel lonely.

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1 Permanent bedroom 2 Bathroom 3 Reception 4 Entrance 5ÂŤIntervening spaceÂť 6 Nomadic bedroom 7 Toilets 8 Laundry 9 Kitchen 10 Balcony


The «intervening space» opens gradually on the kitchen, which is a shared room. It allows the transition between privacy and social interaction. It’s possible to sit, to read a book and especially to take a glimpse of the shared space before going inside.

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The sofa-trellis is the «intervening space» constructive element.

Fixing details 1. Plywood panels Th. 20mm / h. 2200mm / c. Raw

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4. Steel flate iron Th. 5mm / c. Black

5. Oak parquet floor Th. 14mm / d. 600X70mm


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community life place Diploma project The cloakroom building of an old Alsatian mining city is an central place in the region. From outside, the building reflects the mining history whereas inside, its huge and empty spaces needed to be rearranged. Far from the region natural forests and mountains, the visitor’s attention is focused inside.

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Colmar

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Mulhouse

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Picture of the existing hanging room. It’s a transition space which allows the minors «the return to the earth»

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Opened spaces, semi-opened spaces and closed spaces are designed to allow the various generations to be mixed together to practice and share activities. Gradually they can meet each other thanks to the differents privacy’s degrees.


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1 Working room 2 Worshop room 3 Repetition room 4 Snack-bar 5 Kitchen 6 Entrance 7 Changing room 8 Technical room 9 Bar’s space 10 Lounge 11 Reading room 12 Meeting room 13 Computer lab 14 Toilets 15 Reception 16 Representation room 17 Presentation room 18Screening room 19 Storage 20 Elevator

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Top left, Level 0 Lower left, Level 1 On the right, Level 2

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Level 4 Th e Ro o f

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When visitors browse through the new structure, they gradually discover and understand the space. The spaces are organized around the central circulation. Visitors use this place as a reference point.


On the right, Axonometry of a closed space. When the closed spaces shapes are combined it creates semi-opened spaces. You can guess what’s happening in each spaces thanks to polycarbonate.


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The new structure becomes alive in the existing building through the shadows movement and the visitors bodies.

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think ornament Digital culture The pattern’s geometry is random. It is directly inspired by the free and delicate form of the helicotheca (brown seaweed) cells. The pattern is used to fit to the differents parts of the clothes and the fold to bring volume and elasticity to the paper. The pattern’s scale is small to find a balance between the folds, the emptiness and the fullness.

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Professional projects


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London design museum scenography The ambition of this layout is to challenge the limits of freedom without boundaries, where the visitors could interpret a new narrative on how the progress of technology brings both comfort and insecurity. This version consists in showing the installations in an open space. Interaction beetwen the installations is generated in a fluid circulation between them. A dynamic rhythm in the journey of the circuit is created through a sequence of discovery and stepping back to view the space as a whole.

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At the top, «Entrance space» At the bottom, «International food habit and consumption» The exhibition, titled Fear And Love: Reactions to a Complex World features 11 original installations by designers encompassing a diverse range of disciplines and subject matter.

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At the top,«Fibre market» At the bottom, «Social architecture»


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Veterinary clinic Execution I drawed the furniture’s details for the refurbishment of Rouffach’s veterinary clinic (France). The space is rearranged to ease the staff’s daily life. Oneway circulation and two waiting rooms are created to minimize the quarrel between clients’ animals. . The counter‘s standing post allows to be closer to clients or to make a quick sale.

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