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portfolio daniel nilzĂŠn I cand. polyt. arch.


gothenburg, sweden 5 january 1986

nordre fasanvej 232, 01th 2200, copenhagen

+45 91 80 26 73

master thesis

competition entry

2012 - 2013

aaarchitects I rotterdam, the netherlands intern

2011

attol architecture ltd I london, united kingdom junior architect

dk.linkedin.com/pub/daniel-nilzén/22/b94/b73/

issuu.com/DanielNilzen

2009 - 2010

transcom I barcelona, spain telemarketer

2005/06/07

teleperformance nordic ab I gothenburg, sweden telemarketer

2006

lmk entrepenad I torslanda, sweden factory consultant

2005 - 2006

military service I p4 skövde, sweden tank driver/commander

for further information please refer to seperate cv...

2012

sustainable architectue pro

2011 - 2013

Master of Science in Architectural Design Aalborg University, Denmark

2007 - 2010

Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, Architectural Technology Jönköping University, Sweden

2009 (exchange) Bachelor of Design in Architecture University of Technology Sydney, Australia 2002 - 2005 Technical Program Lindholmens Technical College, Sweden

luna park I sydney, australia rides host

2007

urban suburbia

education

01-10 architecten I rotterdam, the netherlands intern

2012

daniel.nilzen@gmail.com

daniel.nilzen

2012

project work

work experience

stockholm mobile pavilion

2013

exhibition & workshops

education

daniel nilzén I cand. polyt. arch.

aalborg achitecture & design school

2014

Oooja Rhino/Vray Workflow Copenhagen, Denmark

2012

LEX (Life Expressions) - Exhibition London, United Kingdom

2011

HLA (Henning Larsen Architects) - Workshop Utzon Center, Aalborg, Denmark

2011

Furnitecture - Workshop Utzon Center, Aalborg, Denmark

2011 Reciprocal Structures in Architectural Engineering & Tectonic Design - Workshop Platform 4, Aalborg, Denmark


sydney concert hall

kv. maskinen

nordic & tectonic architectue project

architectural integration project

residential architecture project

2011

oject

2009

2008

personal profile

software

My curriculum had both a technical and an architectural background. Some relevant courses that I attended were Building Design, Urban Planning, Detail Design, Structural Engineering, Thermal Design & Environmental Control, Sustainable Architecture, etcetera. Also, I have worked with multiple software programs like ArchiCad, Rhino, AutoCAD Architecture, SketchUp 3D, Ecotect Analysis, Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator. Additionally, I have been on an exchange semester at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) and on internship at a London -based, and two Rotterdam based architectural firms.

bim - cad + graphisoft archicad + autodesk revit architecture

I am a flexible, positive and social person that works well in a team and a project based organization. I adapt easily to new environments and can handle very diverse work tasks. During my studies I have been a project leader under several projects, which has improved my leadership skills and made me able to manage and coordinate work tasks within the group members. Also, the intensity of the workload at the university program and the close deadlines of the curricular assignments have enabled me to handle working under pressure and to meet my goals in a fast paced surrounding.

3d - modelling + google sketchup 3d + rhinoceros 3d

skills

language

+ excellent communication skills + work under pressure + punctual + dedicated team member + ability to multitask + ability to handle responsibility + leadership skills + ability to take initiative + highly ict literate

Swedish English Polish Norwegian Danish

drafting - cad + autodesk autocad architecture

computer skills

personal skills

living bridge

3d - rendering + artlantis 3d + vray performance tools + autodesk ecotect analysis + bsim (climatic simulation tool) + be10 (energy consumption calculation tool) design tools + adobe photoshop + adobe illustrator + adobe indesign + adobe lightroom documentation tools + office package


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aalborg, dk

school of architecture & design

master thesis 2013

This thesis proposes an architecture & design school, located in Karolinelund Aalborg. It has the ambition to unify the current architecture & design department under one roof. Additionally, it focuses on creating a junction of passing ideas to amalgamate ideas and inspire students, staff and the public by sharing a common

space. With an interaction hub, extending Karolinelund through the building, the public has access to the library, exhibition space and restaurant, having the opportunity to see architecture and design students manufacturing ideas along the way...

http://projekter.aau.dk/projekter/files/77494772/ma4_ark9_Report.pdf


Sustainable design principles was implemented into this project through the Integrated Design Process (IDP). The ambition was to materialize a program composition that reflect tectonic honesty, transparancy and environmental awarness, respecting the contextual values of the region and the rest of the Nordic countries.

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We believe that in order to add quality to the learning experience, a distinction should be made between the place of input (information, theory, inspiration, amalgamation) and the place of output (practical execution, idea experimentation, idea materialization).  The character of these places, we believe, should have different spatial qualities or atmospheres, in order to benefit their function.  The studio, the group room, is a place of refuge, an controlled environment, familiar, micro social climate, a safe place where the comfort allows you to fully focus on ideas. _Interaction Hub Not only physically, but also conceptually, a central part of the project, the amalgamation corridor is the spine that connects all the functions within the building. This is where people, occupants as well as non-occupants, meet, share ideas and get inspired for their prospective agendas. The initial vision of this interaction hub derived from the aim to unify the architecture & design department, from its current disjointed situation. A situation that cause isolation that prohibits discussions, insight and constructive interaction between disciplines and class year within the department. So by unifying the department in combination with the park, thus the public, the outcome shaped itself to a movement, either through the building, or in between the functions. This is the interaction hub.

total space distribution 56% student 24% staff 20% public

11 645 m2

learning facilities auditorium flexispace workshop studio support

2035 m2

circulation space circulation

study lounge exhibition space 2770 m2

student facilities group rooms year

3610 m2

475 stud./

public functions library

restaurant flexispace

1405 m2

staff facilities offices

meeting rooms print & copy common 1825 m2


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energy

healthy climate

indoor

local & recyclable materials

thermal mass

_Energy Calculation The energy goal for 2015-building standard ccording to BR10 [7.2.4.2(1)]: ‘...requirement for supplied energy for heating, ventilation, cooling, domestic hot water and lighting per m2 heated floor area does not exceed 41 kWh/m2/year plus 1100 kWh/year divided by the heated floor area.’ Area_A&D: Adjustment according to BR10: Energy Regulation_A&D:

12 240 m2 1100/12 240= 0,09 41,09kWh/m2 annual

BIM - Model

BEM - Model

Annual Indoor Temperature (Group Rooms)

Annual Indoor Air Quality (Group Rooms)

Shadow Study (Spring Equinox)

Shadow Study (Summer Solstice)

The chosen evaluation tool for this project was Graphisoft Archicad’s Energy Evaluation extension. With this tool, the possibility to use the working model (BIM) of the project and directly translate it to a Building Energy Model BEM. This enables higher precision in the calculation, as the actual geometries gets directly translated rather then simplified. The ambition was also to get aquatinted with a tool that is not as nationally anchored like BE10. _Construction Principal In the junction between conceptual materiality choice and performance based materiality choice, the construction principal is defined. In this case, conceptual materiality refer to what material is appropriate to the expression of the building and local character of the site. Performance based materiality aims toward environmentally friendly building, in the realm of energy consumption and healthy indoor climate. _Materials This concluded to a raw, clean and natural material expression in the project; Character

Raw as in empty and cold space to be absorbed by the user As students occupy their workspace, and personalize it with their own visions, inspirations, the space is there as an empty canvas, not interfering with the creative input and ready to be colorized by the occupants.

Indoor climate Clean & healthy, meaning materials that are as natural as possible, minimizing plastics and other air polluting materials Energy Consumption Using local & recyclable materials to minimize the carbon footprint. _Details The construction composites are based on concrete sandwich systems. In order to maintain consistency in the expression throughout the building, plaster walls and other surface finishes was avoided as much as possible. Installations, primarily ventilation pipes, were left exposed, occasionally covered by hanging acoustic panels where necessary. The insulation consist of stone wool panels. The external concrete finish is sprayed on top of the insulation,onto a reinforced steel net, creating a continuos render. This masks the floor division, enhancing a monolithic expression. The average u-value for: external walls = slabs = openings =

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aalborg, dk

urban suburbia

sustainable architecture 2012

The task is to design a sustainable residential area with Net Zero Energy buildings, which emphasize the importance of integrating technical & environmental design strategies with architectural expression. The architecture follow a pragmatic approach that optimize the desing and performance according to the context. During this project the technical issues are dealt with in parallel to the architectural development following the IDP (integrated Design Process), with the ambition to make the technical solutions more integrated in the design.

Building site: Building: FAR: Apartments: Parking space:

20.000 m2 18.150,95 m2 90,75 % 119 50


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Before introducing the slab typology with the inverse shapes in front of each other, the FAR (floor area ratio) is set to a 100% in order to overview the relation to the site.

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FAR = 100%

The volume is divided into slab building masses. This allows the sun to reach in between the building masses.

The slabs are angled to create more air between them and giving the facades direct sun light. This also gives better preconditions for view lines.

By rising and lowering critical parts of the slabs “The inverse shape principle� is introduced, having both a good view to the Limfjorden and good conditions for the southern sun radiation.

FAR = 100%

The final adjustments according to the FAR are made together with the introduction of the main transport paths sliced through the building masess.


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Some of the building volume will be used for common outdoor spaces. These spaces will furthermore function as transit areas to some of the apartments.


The building have four different apartment types, residing a diverse community within the same envelope.


pragmatic approach The architectural concept derived from the strategic concept and developed through a pragmatic approach. The pragmatic way of working is higly relevent when designing dwelings, particullary when they are to fulfill sustainable ideals. One of the key sustainable design strategies is the plan ing of the the right building form and orientation. The building form is one if not the most significant factor in saving energy and enhancing basic qualities of the dweling.

roof plan

The roof of the staircases accommodates photovoltaic panels.

3rd floor

Openings in the staircase slabs allow more light into the space and keeping the transparency level high, ma-king it easy for neighbors to overview who is available for interaction.

indoor light conditions

2nd floor

No apartment have more then one story of transportation distance to the nearest common space for neighbours to interact.

indoor climate analysis [worst case scenarios]

1st floor

All the ground floor apartments are double story, guarantying direct sun-light all year long, including solar gain.

ground floor

The staircases on the ground floor are open to function as passages for the paths and allowing circulation on the site.


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aalborg, dk

living bridge

nordic & tectonic architecture 2011

The 7th semester main project focuses on the theme Living Bridges by acknowledging the potential of an urban extension over the Limfjord and thereby connecting the two cities of Aalborg and Nørresundby. The Recreational Centre is designed on the basis of certain design parameters that includes enhanced qualities of experiencing the journey over the bridge, providing access to the water, accommodate necessary functions and to execute the relationship of these parameters

in a Nordic & Tectonic architectural ideal. The junction of the bridges from Aalborg and Nørresundby define the location of the Recreational Center. The program contains of a public harbor pool, water sports facilities with an adjacent marina on the water level. The second level accommodates spa and conference facilities. The third level connects the Center to the the bridges, making it the main access level under the two upper hotel floors.

urban square public space

recreational facilities semi-public/private space

transit path public space

hotel rooms private space


Stretching from Hals in the east to Thyborøn in the west, the Limfjord is a sound that separates the North Jutlandic Island from the Jylland pen- insula. The seaway opens up a path between Kattegat and the North Sea for vessel traffic but it also separates Aalborg from Nørresundby. Even though both communities belong to the same municipality (Aalborg Kommune) the con- nection between them is very limited. At the cur- rent moment pedestrian and bike traffic has one crossing alternative: the Limfjord Bridge. The Limfjord Bridge is a car bridge that has a height of 9,5 meters and is very exposed to wind and is generally not a comfortable accommodation for pedestrians and bicycle riders.

ing eastwards in Aalborg with the House of Music and Ă˜sterhavn as prospective public attracters. In Norresundby the Stigsborgkvarteret is also directing the de- velopment eastwards. As the density of circulation in both cores is spreading and relocating should a connection do the same? The transformation of these two cities is inevitable as they evolve from an indus- trial harbor to a knowledgebased municipality that incorporates an attractive waterfront.

The harbor front of Aalborg is being redevel- oped with cultural and recreational expansion. The urban density is expand-

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Related to this semester is also the understanding of tectonic and Nordic architecture, that refers to tectonic design and the relationship between landscape, climate and an understanding of the site, combined with honesty in the use of materials. Therefore maintaining a simplicity in the design as a basis, in order to gain an authentic Nordic approach to architecture.


The envelope that unifies the bridge with the building is a truss frame that derived from a system of optimizing material usage. The force allocation was identified in order to dimension the trusses accordingly and thereby creating diversity in the overall composition. The trusses are made out of concrete to

recreation

create an interesting texture and by emphasizing a historically important material for the region. As the bridge is located in the middle of an old industrial port the truss system that has industrial associations was a natural choice.

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four views, which presenting the harbor and its different silhouettes.

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The Recreational Centre is framed by the bridges coming from Aalborg and Nørresundby. It is designed to be a place to stay for longer periods and as a place just to visit for a short time. The Recreational Centre is a sanctuary, where the rythm of the modern life is dimmed. The atrium in the center of the building gives access to the fjord where people can connect with the water in a relaxed atmosphere.

The bridge creates an important connection, mainly for pedestrians and bicycles, that gives a nurturing and a comfortable passage between the dense urban Aalborg and the open nature in Nørresundby.


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sydney, au

sydney concert hall

architectural integration 2009

Located in the Sydney harbor and neighboring the botanic garden and the Sydney Opera, the SCH has the purpose to accom-

access circulation

Mrs Macquarie’s Point, the peninsula on which the Sydney Concert Hall, SCH will be located, together with the Sydney Opera harbor forms the Farm Cove. Over this shallow bay one can appreciate the scenographic view towards the skyline of the Central Business District, the Sydney Opera House and the Harbor bridge, forming the postcard silhouette that brands this remarkable city.

modate live music performances and to ease the load on surrounding venues.

views of interest


The SCH has no intention in competing with what is already a breathtaking compilation of landmarks, and rather emphasizing them by directing the attention towards this view. With that said, the project took a discrete approach, anchoring itself to the bedrock of Mrs Macquarie’s Point, partially under-

ground, with only the main circulation and intermission spaces being exposed towards the bay. In time of concert performance, one is directed towards the rock itself, re-directing the focus on the show.

In terms of material, rough treated concrete and rock textures are used to emphasize the rigid anchoring to the ground. Lighter and more transparent materials are used towards the view, in terms of glass facade and aluminum columns.

The top viewing platform is a public space, allowing for an un-disrupted view over Farm Cove together with the landmark silhouette of Sydney harbor.


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jönköping, sv

kv. maskinen

detail design & project managment 2008

building design The project is about a design proposal for a residential building on a unbuilt plot, in the neighborhood of Torpa, south of central Jönköping. The plot is located in a densely built-up area with neighbors in all directions. The neighborhood of Torpa is primarily a residential area, with exceptions along the main roads where public functions are accommodated. The plot contains the last unbuilt portion of a block that

recently been developed with residential housing. The task aims to design a residential building that fulfills present laws, norms, demands and requirements, simultaneously behaving according to its context.

torpa, jönköping, sweden


detail design & project management - Computer-aided design methods: Plan and control a project with attention to coordination and quality assurance - Complex problem-solving using a computer, based on a brief or program, design a building from the point of view of functionally, aesthetics and economic aspects - Produce general estimates for the selection of the structural system, selection of material , spans etc.

- Perform overall calculations - Detail design for architects and construction engineers: Based on the outline drawings produce construction drawings such as dimensional drawings, detail drawings and building specifications - Produce drawings of the structure, design details and undertake constructional calculations.


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テカland, sv

holiday retreat

sketch & modelmaking 2007

The house has an imprint of features from minimalistic and modernistic form language, with Philip Johnsons Glass House as a source of inspiration for the sleeping pavilion. The main building body contains of a 1 ツス - story house with living space, kitchen, bathroom and a loft that accommodates one of the sleeping quarters. The main building is accompanied by the sleeping pavilion that holds the master bedroom and an attached sauna.

The facades primarily consist out of horizontal wood panelling and glass. The roof is covered with a zinc-plate. The pool as a sky mirror accentuates the view from the bedroom towards the sea, as the terrain gradually declines toward the coast. The sea stone wall outside the house is a typical element found around the island, contextualizing the grounds of the holiday home with the island of テ僕and.


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south elevation

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Modern interacting with typical wold on the island of テ僕and just southeast off the cost of mainland Sweden.

This the main idea of this proposal was to be contextual towards the unique character of the テ僕and milieu.


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stockholm, sv

mobile pavilions

competition 2012

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“the purpose of the competition was to develop proposals for a design prototype of a pavilion building that could be used in different types of urban environments. the pavilion should be able to change according to the needs and conditions of the site and the function...”

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the concept of the pavilion starts with a hard outer shell. this hard shell facilitates a more ‘soft’ and ‘warm’ interior with a reference to swedish building tradition, the use of falu-red painted wood. the hard outer shell protects this heritage similar to the torso protecting the heart…

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the system of the pavilion consists of 3 basis modules that can be combined and assembled in different compositions. thereby adapting to the users, the functions and the locations need. together with mobile panels that can be hung in a rail system found in the modules, the core can be sheltered from the outside on the users request.

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[module_a] 2800 x 2800 x 2800

[module_b] 2800 x 2800 x 2800

[module_c] 3100 x 2800 x 3100

the outer shell consist of a fiber reinforced high-density composite material, i.e. concrete or plastic. this allows for; there are a lot of module combinations that give way for unique dispositions and spaces…

- a slim structure with space for installations between the composite material and the cores wooden panels.

the outer dimensions of the modules are adapted for lifting and transportation

- a polished surface that shines and reflects the tone of the context - a tough configuration against vandalism

- a lightweight modular system that can be lifted and transported


maxi a bookshop combined with a cafĂŠ on Ăśstermalmstorg module_a: 4 module_c: 4


midi a cafĂŠ at smedsuddsbadet module_a: 1 module_b: 3


mini a hotdog stand on strandv채gen module_a: 1 module_b: 1


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