Danielle Eshkol-Portfolio-Aug 21

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DANIELLE ESHKOL

PO RTFOLIO

SELECTED WORKS -

2021


INDEX 01

CV

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Daily Em p loym e n t C e n te r

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Axis, C om mu n ity a n d th e I n -be twe e n

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M usée Allo n gé

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Stair s

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Tr ain Texture

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Ur b anism on th e S pe c tr u m

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Shared Sp a c e

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Photogr ap hy


ABOUT ME


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ABOUT ME


EDUCATION

2015 - ongoing

SOFTWARE PROFICIENCY

Bachelor of Science (B.Sc) in Architecture (Graduation date - June 2019) Faculty of Architecture and Town Planning, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa, Israel

Feb 2018 - July 2018 Student Exchange Program ENSA Paris La-Villette WORK EXPERIENCE

Autocad Sketchup Rhinoceros Revit Vray Lumion Photoshop

Illustrator Indesign Grasshopper Premiere Pro ArchGIS 05

LANGUAGES

Feb 18 - Aug 18

Photographer | Architecture and Portraits Independent Business Paris, France

Fluent in Hebrew and English Basic French and Spanish

July 17 - Oct 17

Draftsman in the Infrastructure Projects Department Prison Compound in Equatorial Guinea - RTNC Tel-Aviv, Israel

MILITARY SERVICE - ISRAEL DEFENCE FORCES

July 17 - Jan 18 EXHIBITIONS

2018

2017

Draftsman Neomi Eshel - Landscape Architect Haifa, Israel

2012 - 2013

Training Officer In charge of a ten soldiers department

2010 - 2012

Instructor for Special Units

ACTIVITIES & VOLUNTEER WORK

Students’ Voice Exhibition of Chosen Student Design Works Technion Haifa, Israel

Oct 18 - Jan 19

Basic Design Competition of Chosen Student Design Works Technion Haifa, Israel

2014 - 2015

2016 - 2017

2007 - 2010

Collaboration with the Urban Renewal Administration of Beer Sheva Beer Sheva, Israel Student Body Representative Technion, Israel Escorting Children with Disabilities Ramat-Hasharon, Israel Director of Graduation Film Graduate of Cinema Studies School of Arts - Yigal Alon Ramat-Hasharon, Israel


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D ai l y Emplo y me nt Ce nt e r f o r Pe o ple wit h Dis abilit ie s Tel-Aviv, Israel

When a person walks inside the building, to the center, he reaches to the essence, the heart of the structure. In the center of the building there is an atrium that runs along the levels and its ceilings has a glass roof that brings light into the space. In the atrium there are wide concrete steps where people can sit and watch the circulation in the building. The employment center is designed in a way that around the perimeter ring are the eight employment halls, as well as the multi-purpose leisure hall, which serves as a gathering place. The main traffic occurs in the ramp that passes between the levels, sometimes passing outside the building, so that the user's experience changes accordingly.

Technion - Israel Institute of Technology Third Year. First Semester. 2017 Architect: Alon Sohar Site Plan


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Entrance Illustration


14 Dining Room 15 Kitchen 16 Therapy Rooms

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16 14

08

Level +2

12 Green Roof 13 Balconies

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5 5

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6 6

6

5

5 12

B

04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11

Coffee Shop Studio Storage+Toilet Courtyard Meeting Room Administration Toilet Reception

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10

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7

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A

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A

3 4

B

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01 Security Room 02 Storage 03 Gym Technion - Israel Institute of Technology Third Year. First Semester. 2017 Architect: Alon Sohar

Level +1

Level 0

2 3

Level -1


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Section A-A

Section B-B


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Construction Model

Construction Model

Site Model

Technion - Israel Institute of Technology Third Year. First Semester. 2017 Architect: Alon Sohar

Circulation

Site Model


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Atrium Illustration


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Technion - Israel Institute of Technology Second Year. Second Semester. 2017 Architects: Claudio Milul and Nava Kajner Presov

A x i s, Co mmunit y and t he In B e t we e n

Haifa, Israel Group Project with Ahlam Abbas & Michal Rosenheimer This urban project suggests an alternative planning for Neve David, an old neighborhood, located in the west side of Haifa. Haifa is a big city in the north of Israel, surrounded by sea. Haifa is a challenging city for pedestrians. In addition, its tourism approach aims mostly to the high society. In this prjoect, we created a dominant community axis by removing traffic and adding pedestrians’ and bicycles’ paths. This community axis suggests new local trade and employment and an expansion of the school. Its highlight is in a big square which contains the neighborhood’s home for elderly. We expanded it and made it accessible to the square. In addition, we added a new social activities center.From the main square, we created a path directly to the coast. The project contains three new typologies - park, community garden and hostel with commerce. The hostel typology encourages tourism in the area. The project deals with all kinds of populations and its main purpose is to connect them with the new planning.


Existing

Suggested

Public Buildings

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Public Spaces

Movement

Community Axis

Neve David Neighborhood


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Park Typology

Hostel with Commerce Typology

Technion - Israel Institute of Technology Second Year. Second Semester. 2017 Architects: Claudio Milul and Nava Kajner Presov

Community Garden Typology


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‫ה‬ ‫ד‬

‫ג‬

‫ב‬ ‫ד‬

Park and Surrounding Typologies


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Technion - Israel Institute of Technology Second Year. Second Semester. 2017 Architects: Claudio Milul and Nava Kajner Presov


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Main Square Illustration


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ENSA Paris - La Villette Third Year. Second Semester. 2018 Architects: V. Cor nu and B. Gaudin

M u s é e Allo ngé Paris, France The museum is located in Impasse Truillot, Paris. It contains art pieces from the Louvre Museum, these are the permanent exhibitions. The permanent exhibitions are divided into four categories of nature: domestic and wild, fantasy, scenery, religion and mythology. The museum is designed as a long rectangle that influences the way visitors explore it. It is designed by two main principles, one is to connect between the two surrounding streets and allow a smooth path. The second principle is that in the permanent exhibitions, in each category, the main work is shown before the visitor starts the category. This attracts him to the rest of the room. It gives the atmosphere of the room before entering. Light has an important role in the museum - to illuminate the works of art and lead the visitor in the museum.

Site Model


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9 6

7

8D

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10

8

3

5

8A

8B

8C

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Museum Floor Plan

01 Entrance

05 Books & Coffee Shop

08 A Nature and Decor

09 Storage

02 Reception

06 Workshops

08 B Mythology and Religion

10 Church View Terrace

03 Coat Room

07 Toilet

08 C Wild and Domestic

11 Offices (Above)

04 Temporary Exhibitions

08 Permanent Exhibitions

08 D Fantasy

12 Auditorium (Above)


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Section A-A

ENSA Paris - La Villette Third Year. Second Semester. 2018 Architects: V. Cor nu and B. Gaudin

Transition in the Central Wall


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Section B-B


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Mythology and Religion

ENSA Paris - La Villette Third Year. Second Semester. 2018 Architects: V. Cor nu and B. Gaudin

The Four Seasons


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The Rotation Point


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Stairs

Haifa, Israel Group Project with Eden Rotbart Stairs are one of the most important elements in a structure, affecting the circulation and the individual’s experience exploring the space. In this project, the stairs were designed by the influence of a unique rhythm and a sensitive design. Streched from the floor to the ceiling, the stairs are a noticible element.

Technion - Israel Institute of Technology Fourth Year. First Semester. 2018 Architect: Meir Raviv


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1.3 2.5 2 1 2 2.51.3

2 12.5

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Clay 15 mm

Concrete Wall Concrete Screw

Bent tin stair

Steel Rod 10 mm Metal plate for welding Welding 0.4

Steel Rod 6 mm 6

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170

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Marble Tiles 20 mm Clay 20 mm Sand Spacers Concrete Steel plate Concrete screw

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16.88

17.4

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Steel Rod 10 mm

Holed Tin

0.4

2

Marble Tiles Clay Sand Spacers Concrete Floor

Galvanized Steel Stair


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Train Texture Beer Sheva, Israel

Beer Sheva is a city in the south of Israel. In Beer Sheva, the neighborhoods Ramot and D East are located close to each other at the entrance of the city, but are disconnected by the train rail. This project deals with combining two neighborhoods with vast social and economical differences, providing housing solutions near the train rail and creating a connection between the neighborhoods. Creating a united texture that produces intensity: connecting to the future northern campus of the university, creating new trade and employment, adding a train station at the entrance of the city, preserving and developing gardens, as well as traffic network in the various hierarchies. All of this while increasing residential density, maintaining existing qualities and creating new qualities. At the center of the project there is a boardwalk above the rail, which produces various activities and forms as a main connecting path between the neighborhoods.

Technion - Israel Institute of Technology Fourth Year. First Semester. 2018 Architect: Orit Shmueli Suggested

Exist


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Grids between the Neighborhoods

Five Intersection Points

First Intersection Point

Crossing

Continuous St.

Program Scheme

Beer Sheva - Suggested

Beer Sheva - Exist

Intersection Points with the Train


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Boardwalk Uses

A

Technion - Israel Institute of Technology Fourth Year. First Semester. 2018 Architect: Orit Shmueli

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Selected Section Floor Plan


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The Boardwalk

The Boardwalk Floor Plan

First Section Floor Plan


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The Boardwalk

Surrounded Uses

Technion - Israel Institute of Technology Fourth Year. First Semester. 2018 Architect: Orit Shmueli Typologies


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Section A-A


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Technion - Israel Institute of Technology Fourth Year. First Semester. 2018 Architect: Orit Shmueli


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Urbanism on the Spectrum Tel-Aviv, Israel

In recent decades, there has been an increase in the number of people diagnosed with autism in Israel and around the world. An autistic person perceives the world differently. Not better, not worse, just different. He may sometimes feel difficulty and fear in society and space, and accordingly avoid interacting with his environment, due to the fact that the environment is not designed with sensitivity to its challenges. Autistics, across all parts of the spectrum, face challenges in social dynamics as well as managing in urban space. They are not harmoniously integrated both in the city and in society. Accordingly, certain actions are sometimes avoided and thus their integration into society as well as their independence may decline. In this project I want to address the essence of planning as part of a new concept of an accessible and adapted culture for autistics, create a variety of urban options, integration in the city and society and maximize the personal independence of each person in the space. For a site to examine this issue, and to offer an innovative urban planning, is Florentine neighborhood in Tel Aviv. The neighborhood is an urban infrastructure for an inclusive living environment and is an opportunity for renewal and change as it is in the process of urban renewal.

Technion - Israel Institute of Technology Sixth Year. Final Project. 2021 Architects: Prof. Bracha Chyutin | Dr. Dikla Yizhar


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‫משפחות‬ ‫עם ילדים‬

‫ללא‬ ‫ילדים‬

‫גינה‬ ‫קהילתית‬

‫היפו‬ ‫מטפלים‬

‫היפר‬ ‫מתחמי ספורט‬

‫היפר‬ ‫גילאים ‪+80‬‬

‫מגורים‬

‫היפו‬ ‫ספורט‬

‫פנאי‬

‫היפר‬ ‫גילאים‬ ‫‪60-80‬‬

‫תאים‬ ‫חברתיים‬

‫מרכז תעסוקה‬ ‫לאנשים ברמת‬ ‫תפקוד גבוהה‬

‫היפו‬ ‫היפר‬ ‫מרחבי בריחה‬

‫תעסוקה‬

‫היפר‬ ‫מרכז תעסוקה‬ ‫יומי‬

‫תרבות‬

‫היפר‬ ‫גילאים ‪13-18‬‬

‫מיזמים‬ ‫עסקיים‬ ‫היפר‬ ‫גילאים ‪19-60‬‬

‫היפר‬ ‫שצ״פים‬

‫היפו‬ ‫שצ״פים‬

‫היפו‬ ‫מרכז תעסוקה‬ ‫יומי‬

‫מעון‬ ‫גן ילדים‬ ‫מועדונים חברתיים‬ ‫)מסגרות שיקומיות(‬

‫מרכז שירותי‬ ‫בריאות‬

‫היפר‬ ‫הכנה‬ ‫לתעסוקה‬ ‫בי״ס משולב‬

‫חינוך‬

‫היפו‬

‫היפר‬ ‫היפו חדרי חידוד‬ ‫בי״ס ייעודי‬ ‫חושים‬ ‫מכון השכלה והכשרה‬ ‫לנותני שירות‬

‫בריאות‬

‫תמיכה‬ ‫למשפחות‬

‫תרפיה‬ ‫שיקומית‬

‫אחוז‬ ‫גבוה‬

‫אחוז‬ ‫נמוך‬


‫ב׳‬-‫חתך ב‬ 1:200 ‫קנ״מ‬

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‫ג׳‬-‫חתך ג‬ 1:200 ‫קנ״מ‬

‫ד׳‬-‫חתך ד‬ 1:200 ‫קנ״מ‬

Technion - Israel Institute of Technology Sixth Year. Final Project. 2021 Architects: Prof. Bracha Chyutin | Dr. Dikla Yizhar


‫ב‬

‫רח׳ מטלון‬

‫ד‬

‫רח׳‬

‫רח׳‬ ‫הרצל‬

‫ב‬ ‫רח׳‬ ‫כפר‬

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‫סמטת‬ ‫אלוף בצלות‬

‫ג‬

‫ב׳‬

‫רח׳‬

‫רח׳‬ ‫הרצל‬


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Technion - Israel Institute of Technology Sixth Year. Final Project. 2021 Architects: Prof. Bracha Chyutin | Dr. Dikla Yizhar


‫קטלוג עקרונות תכנון עבור אוטיסטים‬ ‫מרחב בריחה‬

‫סימטריה‬

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‫סכמה‬

‫חתך‬

‫תלת מימד‬

‫סכמה‬

‫חתך‬

‫תלת מימד‬

‫סכמה‬

‫‪HYPER‬‬

‫‪HYPER‬‬

‫‪HYPO‬‬

‫‪HYPO‬‬

‫אוריינטציה‬

‫תת‪/‬על קרקעי‬

‫רפטטיביות‬ ‫סכמה‬

‫חלוקה חושית‬ ‫חתך‬

‫תלת מימד‬

‫חתך‬

‫תלת מימד‬

‫חתך‬

‫תלת מימד‬

‫סכמה‬

‫חתך‬

‫תלת מימד‬

‫סכמה‬

‫חתך‬

‫תלת מימד‬

‫‪HYPER‬‬

‫‪HYPO‬‬

‫כניסת אור‬

‫צפיפות‬ ‫סכמה‬

‫בידוד אקוסטי‬

‫סכמה‬

‫חתך‬

‫תלת מימד‬

‫סכמה‬

‫‪HYPER‬‬

‫‪HYPER‬‬

‫‪HYPO‬‬ ‫‪HYPO‬‬

‫תכנון פרוגרמתי | מידור‬ ‫סכמה‬

‫חתך‬

‫‪HYPER‬‬

‫‪HYPO‬‬

‫תכנון ביופילי‬

‫רצף מרחבי‬ ‫תלת מימד‬

‫סכמה‬

‫חתך‬

‫‪HYPER‬‬

‫‪HYPO‬‬

‫תלת מימד‬

‫חתך‬

‫תלת מימד‬


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Technion - Israel Institute of Technology Sixth Year. Final Project. 2021 Architects: Prof. Bracha Chyutin | Dr. Dikla Yizhar


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Technion - Israel Institute of Technology Sixth Year. Final Project. 2021 Architects: Prof. Bracha Chyutin | Dr. Dikla Yizhar


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Shared Space

Haifa, Israel

As examining a structure, a woman is examined. Although the status of women in society has improved in recent years, women are always being tested and measured. This project presents a comparison between a structure and a woman's body. This comparison shows the perception of women as objects. It presents the woman's thoughts on how society perceives her. Her dimensions are derived from the ideal woman's model, as well as her hourglass shape, the ideal shape of a woman's body. Does a closet on her mouth allow her to express her opinion?

Technion - Israel Institute of Technology Second Year. Second Semester. 2017 Desinger: Rachel Getz Salomon


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Photography My love for photography embarked while backpacking in South America. Exploring new cultures and socities has encourged me to capture new perspectivies of life. Photography is the possibility of presenting reality in a different way. I tend to photograph architectural monuments from unusual angles. The photography from these angles enables me to reveal new forms and to deal with a different formality that builds the composition of the photo. The transition between the mediums, from architecture to photography, allows me to give a personal interpretation to the structure. Therefore to work on the creation of a new structure in which the building serves me as raw material only so that I can create a new and abstract composition. The process of abstraction is carried out by isolating elements from the structure rebuilding the building until the familiar monument almost disappears.


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VENICE BIANNALE

LONDON CITY HALL

MAXXI ROME

APPLE STORE MILAN

PARK BRIDGE ANTWERP

LOUVRE MUSEUM PARIS


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MUSEUM RODIN PARIS


DANIELLE ESHKOL

THA NK YOU

Merci

!‫תודה‬ -

2021