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ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO DAMIR ALISPAHIĆ


INTRODUCTION Dear Sir or Madam, I am an architect currently based in London, and I am interested in career opportunity within your company. With this portfolio I would like to present to you my work experience, professional abilities and my interests. As for my education, I graduated with honours from the Faculty of Architecture, University of Belgrade in 2011, earning a Master’s degree in Architecture. Since then I have had four years of experience working as an Architect and Visualisation Specialist with local companies in Serbia, Hungary and Scandinavia. Throughout my work and education I have gathered experience in architecture, working on various scale projects, from small interiors and installations to large housing complexes. My responsibilities varied in different companies and projects, and included concept design, detailing, BIM and 3d modelling, interior design, as well as developing photo-realistic and conceptual architectural visualisations. These experiences helped me to understand individual aspects of architectural work, and gave me the opportunity to prove that I am a quick learner. I keep being curious person, constantly improving my skills and trying to adopt different approaches used in design process. Over the last few years I have completed several courses on BIM, green and sustainable design and parametric modelling. I highly value teamwork and I believe that the energy and the vibe that comes from people working together encourages each individual to advance in the process and create high quality output. At this stage of my career, my goal is to focus all my energy and time to the work. My priority is to successfully complete any given task, while learning new design methods and exposing myself to the global design trends and issues. Thank you very much for your time and consideration. Sincerely, Damir Alispahić


CONTENTS MULTICULTURAL CENTRE6

IDEAS FORENSIC INSTITUTE16 SK1224

DETAILS MOUNTAIN APARTMENTS32

SLAVIJA WATERFALL38

URBAN BETON HALA ROOF ADDITION42

PARAMETRIC WALL46

PROTOTYPES TEDDY50

LONDON FLAT54

INTERIORS YELLOW LIVING60

IT PARK64 TINOS HOUSE PHOTO-MATCH66

VISUALS FORUSPORTEN 70 WESTON72

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MULTICULTURAL CENTRE MASTER PROJECT CULTURAL | COMPETITION - 3RD PRIZE BELGRADE, SERBIA 2011 MENTOR: PROF. VLADIMIR LOJANICA For my master thesis and project I chose the delicate matter of social integration of ethnic minorities and how architecture can help in the process. This theme was also part of the student competition organized by the local municipality which has a large illegal Romani settlement under its jurisdiction. The neighbourhood, on the outskirts of Belgrade, has been going through positive urban transformation lately, and as part of it the idea of local multicultural centre was born. Research for the project required active involvement with the local Romani community, learning their history and culture and understanding their problems. Visiting the location, talking with the locals and seeing the progress they are making, I was inspired to design a building that can be sustainable and easily built, but, more importantly, that could focus some attention to these people and their problems and provide them a way to the integration. The idea was that the building should assume autonomous and neutral identity to avoid associating it with a certain group. That way, it could become acceptable and attractive to both Romani people and the rest of the population.


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SHAPING THE BUILDING Defining connection routes between the Romani neighbourhood uphill and rest of the city, bridging the border which separates them. Program of the centre consists of multifunctional classrooms and one large auditorium accompanied by restaurant and various administration and service facilities. It also provide parking space for 25 cars in an underground garage.

Program (sq meters)

Two parts, Administration | Classrooms Spaces above ground are grouped in two parts, classroom wing and administration wing with restaurant.

Opening towards the south Main entrance is from Romani neighbourhood direction. The internal communication stretches towards the valley and the city between the wings, creating a visual and physical connection. These spaces are common areas spanning both floors.

Lifting Ground floor clearing

1430

Park and green space

712

Basketball court

660

Garage

322

Multifunctional auditorium

216

Classrooms

123

Classroom access

150 60 60

Restaurant Administration Sport club

216 80

Entrance lobby Service

Lifting the entire structure to the second floor level clears large portion of the ground level for outdoor activities. The wings are then slightly rotated in relation to each other, widening the gap looking south and downhill, letting more sun entering the building and creating views.

Rooftop basketball court Free space for park Additionally freeing space on the ground is the relocation of the basketball court to the roof of the building. The court was required by the competition program. Area created by the relocation could be transformed to green spaces used for recreation, extending centre’s facilities outdoor.

Perforated metal skin The entire building is wrapped in a metal skin which is selectively perforated. Beside the practical function of creating shade and serving as a fence of the rooftop playground, it visually unifies and emphasizes the second floor.


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Basketball court

Facade skin

Restaurant

Classrooms

Entrance lobby Reception and wardrobe Elevators

Performers’ dressing rooms

Toilets

Retractable seats

Stage

Garage - 25 parking spaces

Axonometric view Building floors


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Weathered steel facade panel

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Vertical aluminium structural supports box 20/10 cm

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Structural steel box 20/10 cm

GRANITE TILES WATERPROOFING CEMENT SCREED PVC MEMBRANE THERMAL INSULATION VAPOUR PERMEABLE BARRIER SLANTING CONCRETE LAYER THERMAL INSULATION REINFORCED CONCRETE SLAB CAVITY GYPSUM BOARDS

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158

FLOOR TIMBER FLOOR FINISH CEMENT SCREED SOUND INSULATION REINFORCED CONCRETE SLAB CEILING VOID THERMAL INSULATION GYPSUM BOARDS

3 cm 3 cm 1 cm 20 cm 30 cm 8 cm 2.5 cm


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FORENSIC INSTITUTE INSTITUTIONAL | SCIENTIFIC BELGRADE, SERBIA 2011 MENTOR: PROF. VLADIMIR LOJANICA


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ADMINISTRATION The open floor plan of the administration sector faces northwards to a ribbon of windows opening up views to the Danube river and Pannonian plain and allowing ample daylight to enter. It is the only part of the building that is outside of the old

COMMUNICATION One of the lateral halls of the old factory building is used as a long corridor where the main entrance is located as well as the entrances to the laboratories and the elevators to the administration sector.

LABORATORIES 1800 m of the factory’s main assembly hall plus part of the second lateral hall house the Laboratory sector of the institute, occupying 2600 m2 of the factory floor in total. Composed of modified shipping container modules this sector is divided into seven laboratories. 2

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Forensic pathology A Forensic anthropology M Mechanics Laboratory B Ballistics Laboratory


Intervention Exterior administration wing addition

Administration Communication


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Container stacking diagram

Laboratories

3D Section Structure of the factory building with additions


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SK12 RESIDENTIAL | COMMERCIAL PANÄŒEVO, SERBIA 2015 FOR: PBI SK12 is a residential building with commercial space on the ground floor. In a block composed of mixed height buildings, the site connects the street and an inner courtyard. Three floor-to-ceiling glass facades together with central atrium create unique quality of the units.


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Duplex

Typical residential floor

Ground floor commercial and retail

Basement garage


Input geometry

Points inside parent geometry

Cell number and size 1st generation Voronoi cells Cell edge scaling

First generation

Cell trimming and scaling


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MICROCLIMATE CONTROLLED WITH SLIDING “ECO” PANELS These sliding facade shutters not only provide shade, but also create a microclimate inside the building, forming more pleasant living environment and saving energy. By taking principles, rules and algorithms from nature, and translating them to the design, facade panels are mimicking the leaf structure in order to achieve performance that it has in forming microclimate. Like a leaf, panels control fresh air flow into the building, adapt to the solar exposure thus reducing or maximising insolation if needed, and achieve sufficient structural stiffness with optimal opening ratio and lattice structure. The panels have a slight curvature, with two types: convex and concave, depending on the position and guiding rails. Convex panels are mounted on a rail toward exterior and concave on a rail closer to the windows. All of the panels have sliding mechanism which enables their overlapping, moving, opening and closing. The panel design is inspired by the properties of the leaf: 1. Regulating the airflow and optimising the amount of fresh air 2. Maintaining stiffness and shape 3. Controlling light and temperature by adapting to the environment 4. Changing the interior ambience with adjustable relation between light and shadow Structure of the panel is developed using parametric design, applying natural principles. The algorithm that generates panel’s geometry is a fractal Voronoi diagram which can be found in the structure of the leaf’s cells. Voronoi cells are formed with randomly generated points inside parent geometry. This process is applied in two generations (iterations) with the second one generating cells inside the first one.

Voronoi cells

Cell number and size

Second generation


Sliding facade shutters hanging detail

Facade section


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Interlocking segments

Aluminium bending

Sheets are cut on TRUMPF Trumatic 2020R CNC Punching machine and bent with TRUMPF TrumaBend v130 press bending machine. After being assembled manually panels are ready for anodising.


ROOF 1 EPDM WATERPROOFING SLANTED CEMENT SCREED PVC MEMBRANE MINERAL WOOL VAPOUR PERMEABLE BARRIER CONCRETE SLAB LOWERED CEILING GYPSUM BOARDS

0.4 cm min. 4 cm 30 cm 0.5 cm 20 cm 2 cm 2.5 cm

FLOOR BATHROOM

HEATED FLOOR


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GREEN ROOF

HEATED FLOOR

VEGETATION (Grass) SUBSTRATE (Humus, peat and gravel) 15 cm GEOTEXTILE (100-150 kg/m2) 0.2 cm DRAINAGE TILES 2.5 cm ROOT-RESISTANT WATERPROOFING 1 cm SLANTED CEMENT SCREED min. 4 cm PVC MEMBRANE MINERAL WOOL 30 cm VAPOUR PERMEABLE BARRIER 0.5 cm CONCRETE SLAB 20 cm MORTAR 2 cm

HARDWOOD FLOORING CEMENT SCREED UNDERFLOOR HEATING PVC MEMBRANE INSULATION CONCRETE SLAB MORTAR

2.2 cm 3.8 cm 5 cm 2 cm 20 cm 2 cm

BATHROOM FLOOR GRANITE TILES 1.5 cm SLANTED CEMENT SCREED min. 4 cm WATERPROOFING 0.5 cm CEMENT SCREED - FLOOR HEATING 5 cm PVC MEMBRANE MINERAL WOOL 2 cm CONCRETE SLAB 20 cm MORTAR 2 cm


MOUNTAIN APARTMENTS RESIDENTIAL ZLATIBOR, SERBIA 2014 PRELIMINARY CONCEPT DESIGN, TECHNICAL DOCUMENTATION, FINAL EXTERIOR AND INTERIOR VISUALISATION WITH: ARHI.PRO 37TH SALON OF ARCHITECTURE, BELGRADE, SERBIA


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CONCEPT With this project, located on Zlatibor, a mountain in the heart of Serbia and also a developing modern resort, we tried to reconcile rich heritage with modern design but also with heavy constraints laid by the investor. The design intent was to create a building without external walls in reference to traditional mountain home typology of the region whereby the dominant portion of the building’s envelope belongs to the roof rather than the walls. Two possible solutions emerged to determine the optimal envelope which consists solely of the roof surface with the aperture in the form of the glass facade protected with timber louvres. The design of the second proposal incorporates elements of traditional mountain house, particularly with the roof shape, perhaps less than the first proposal but introduces more floor surface.


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ROOF 1 FLASHING AND DRIP EDGE (Polyester powder coated Aluminium) ROOF 2 FAÇADE WALL 1

FAÇADE WALL 1 HPL BOARD FRAMING - AIR WATERPROOFING MINERAL WOOL WATERPROOFING CLAY BLOCK MORTAR

0.4 cm 5.6 cm 14 cm 19 cm 2 cm

FAÇADE WALL 2 HPL BOARD FRAMING - AIR MINERAL WOOL RC BEAM MORTAR

0.4 cm 5.6 cm 14 cm 20 cm 2 cm

FAÇADE WALL 2

ROOF 1 PLANKING (roof tiling base)

FLASHING AND DRIP EDGE (Polyester powder coated Aluminium to the colour of the roof tiles)

ROOF 1 CONCRETE ROOF TILES CAVITY - LATICE TAR PAPER BOARDS AIR GLASS WOOL ALUMINIUM MEMBRANE GYPSUM BOARDS

1.25 cm 8 cm 0.2 cm 2.4 cm 2 cm 24 cm 0.02 cm 2x1.25 cm

HPL BRISE SOLEIL STEEL CHAIN with weight for guiding rainwater, Attached to the laminated wooden frame boards

ROOF 2 VEGETATION (Sedum, grass) 15 cm SUBSTRATE (Humus, peat, sand and gravel) 15 cm GEOTEXTILE (100-150 kg/m2) 0.2 cm DRAINAGE TILES 2.5 cm POLYSTYRENE 3035S 22 cm GEOTEXTILE (MIN. 300 kg/m2) 0.4 cm ROOT-RESISTANT WATERPROOFING 1 cm SLANTED CONCRETE (1.5%) 3-10 cm RC SLAB 20 cm MORTAR 2 cm

Wooden beam 10/12 cm

FLOOR 1 CERAMIC TILES 1 cm CEMENT SCREED min.31 cm PVC MEMBRANE THERMAL INSULATION - POLYSTYRENE 3035S 22 cm WATERPROOFING 1 cm RC SLAB 20 cm MORTAR 2 cm

FLOOR 1


SLAVIJA WATERFALL PUBLIC SPACE | COMPETITION BELGRADE, SERBIA 2013 WITH: SRĐAN MARLOVIĆ, MILOŠ MIROSAVIĆ, IVANA POPOVIĆ


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SURROUNDED BY TRAFFIC The City of Belgrade organized an architectural competition to redesign Slavija Square, city’s major junction. Dominant shaping factor was the roundabout’s circular movement of cars, busses, trolleybuses, trams and pedestrians. The proposal aims to create new public space and landmark on the central island of the square. The intervention consists of single elevated circular observation deck which also acts as a source of the water curtain encircling the central island. The introduction of water offers a solution to the degraded image of the square.


Underground level


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Street level


BETON HALA ROOF ADDITION MIXED-USE | PUBLIC SPACE BELGRADE, SERBIA 2010 MENTOR: DJORDJE STOJANOVIC

The project focuses on activation of the roof of the Beton hala by connecting it with the existing pedestrian routes. This creates space for leisure and recreation which would use roof’s big potential by adding uses and opening new vistas. The topography of the structure is derived form several paths which connect one end of the building to the other. The network of circulations connects key points and creates curves which establish the geometry of the structure.


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- Studio projekat - usmerenje A - Adaptacija i nadogradnja objekta Beton Hala u Beogradu kovodilac: doc. arh. Đorđe Stojanović | Saradnik u nastavi: Milutin Cerović | Student: Damir Alispahić M-2009/110

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Location in Belgrade Roof view Elevation curves Elevation Section M5 - Studio projekat - usmerenje A - Adaptacija i nadogradnja objekta Beton Hala u Beogradu Rukovodilac: doc. arh. Đorđe Stojanović | Saradnik u nastavi: Milutin Cerović | Student: Damir Alispahić M-2009/110

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M5 - Studio projekat - usmerenje A - Adaptacija i nadogradnja objekta Beton Hala u Beogradu Rukovodilac: doc. arh. Đorđe Stojanović | Saradnik u nastavi: Milutin Cerović | Student: Damir Alispahić M-2009/110

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PARAMETRIC WALL STUDENT WORKSHOP UNIVERSITY OF BELGRADE, 2010 PROF: DJORDJE STOJANOVIC


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MOULDING & CASTING The “ZEED� workshop was part of a summer term, dedicated to parametric design, to design a concrete wall, 3 meters tall and 700 meters long. Concrete was chosen as the project material for its plasticity and tactile diversity. The purpose of the exercise was to develop understanding of the relationship between the fabrication processes and the design intent. My idea was to use polystyrene sheet moulds which are laser cut in a way that there are no leftovers. A cutting line creates two sides of a mold, positive and negative. That way a series of moulds can be created for the concrete to be poured. This relatively cheap process would allow mass production of tall concrete slabs. Arranged in a row with gaps allowing passing of light, air and sound, concrete slabs create continuous wavy form.


RECREATED IN GRASSHOPPER Original model was created using old-fashioned Solid tools in Rhino. After some time, when the exams were over, I returned to the Wall and tried giving it a new life, parametric one.

STARTING PARAMETERS AND GEOMETRY

INTERSECTION POINTS

CONSTRUCTING ARCS

Some hand-drawn curves or curves from any source are the only input required.

Series component creates a series of coordinates based on the number of panels and the distance between them. A vertical line is starts in every point created at those coordinates. Then, the CLX components solves intersection events for vertical lines and starting curves.

Newly constructed lines between neighbouring points on every vertical line are, then, measured and their midpoints are evaluated using Point On Curve (CurvePoint) component. Translating that point along a certain vector creates a third point through which an arc can be created (the other two being on a vertical line).

The algorithm starts by measuring control curve length and evaluating it in an expression y/(x-1)- x is a variable specifying number of vertical panels of the wall and the result is the distance between them.


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Arc component

ARC HEIGHT VARIABILITY

EXTRUSIONS

The vector from the previous step is created in the x direction (y and z being 0.0) normal to the vertical orientation of the wall segments. It is evaluated using an expression x*(1+y/50*z) in which x is the variable arc height, y is the length of the vertical segment between two points and z is another variable. The expression adjusts the final height of the arc according to the length of the segment between two points by increasing it for larger lengths and decreasing it for smaller ones. That way variability in arcs’ heights is accomplished. Coefficient z amplifies the effect.

In the final step the arcs in every vertical line are joined and extruded, first creating a surface, then giving it thickness. Both extrusions are controlled with separate variables.


TEDDY INSTALLATION MUSEUM OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY BELGRADE, SERBIA 2012 WITH: MILICA VUJOVIĆ, NIKOLA TODOROVIĆ The Museum of Science and Technology, as part of the opening of the new permanent exhibition dedicated to children’s toys, wanted to build a physical model of a Teddy bear. They hired us to design and build a faceted paper model which will be mounted on the wall. The biggest challenge was to design this large and complex model weighing more than 12 kg (26 lbs) only with paper.


PORTFOLIO/PROTOTYPES 50 51 560 BUILDING BLOCKS Measuring more than 180 cm the paper skin couldn’t have supported it’s own weight without deforming. It’s faces were, therefore, broken into groups of closed geometric surfaces all connected to each other. New faces inside the body of a bear were constructed adding thickness to the skin which ensured better stability.

SKIN

LASER CUTTING AND GLUING

The process started with a 3d model of a Teddy bear which had to be triangulated. Assembled by hand, the number of faces had to be as low as possible, but still high enough to keep appearance of a Teddy bear recognizable.

The final step before the physical model could take shape was the flattening (developing) of the surfaces into patterns that could easily be laser cut and assembled. Gluing it all together took three of us a week to complete.

The final number of faces was 842.


LONDON FLAT INTERIOR DESIGN, VISUALISATION LONDON, UK 2012 WITH: DRAFT ARCHITECTS


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YELLOW LIVING INTERIOR DESIGN | VISUALISATION BELGRADE, SERBIA, 2014


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Small but cosy apartment my friends bought as their new family home was in desperate need for space optimization and touch of colour. Living/dining/kitchen area was organized around central cubic motif serving as space separator but also as a connection and storage.

ESTCODE

LIVING ZONE FOR THE YOUNG FAMILY


Bonaldo Peanut B — Mauro Lipparini

Flos Parentesi — Achille Castiglioni and Pio Manzu’, 1971

B&B Italia HUSK — Patricia Urquiola, 2011

Bonaldo Tectonic — Alain Gilles, 2008


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Molteni&C LessLess — Jean Nouvel, 2012

Vitra DSW Side Chair — Charles & Ray Eames, 1950


IT PARK LEED CERTIFIED BUILDING INTERIOR | VISUALISATION | LANDSCAPING WITH: ARHI.PRO FOR: EMBASSY GROUP INĐIJA, SERBIA, 2012


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TINOS HOUSE PHOTO-MATCH

ORIGINAL PHOTO

TINOS, GREECE, 2012 WITH: MILORADOVIĆ.KUNČER, ORIGINAL PHOTOS: YIORGOS KORDAKIS


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WIREFRAME MODEL

FINAL RENDER


ORIGINAL PHOTO


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FINAL RENDER


FORUSPORTEN VISUALISATION | MIXED-USE STAVANGER, NORWAY, 2014 WITH: BRICK VISUAL FOR: LINK ARKITEKTUR, NORWAY


WESTON VISUALISATION | LUXURY RESIDENTIAL MIAMI, USA, 2014 WITH: BRICK VISUAL FOR: OPPENHEIM ARCHITECTURE


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VILLA 2, 4000 SQFT


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VILLA 3, 5000 SQFT


WITH: BRICK VISUAL


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