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PORTFOLIO ARCHITECTURE David Benjamin Habermann


CURRICULUM VITAE CV

Education

Personal Data name David Benjamin Habermann date of birth

2000 - 2010

Abitur (1,9) Rupprecht Gymnasium Munich

02.05.2011 - 12.06.2011

"Chinese Courses of Language Study Program for Expatriate Youth", sponsored by OCAC at the National Taiwan Normal University, Taipei

2011 - 2012

Bachelor Communication Sciences / Economics Ludwig Maximilians University of Munich

2012 - 2014

Bachelor of Arts Architecture Technical University of Munich

2014 - 2015

Study Abroad Tongji University Shanghai College of Architecture and Urban Planning

2015 - 2016

Bachelor of Arts Architecture (1,8) Technical University of Munich

2017 - 2019

Master of Arts Architecture (1,5) Technical University of Munich

27.08.1990 address Eduard-Schmid-Str. 11 81541 München email

Civilian Service 01.08.2010 - 31.01.2011

German Heart Centre Munich

Professional Experience

d.habermann@me.com phone (+49) 176 32364670 nationality German

Technical skills ArchiCAD Adobe Creative Suite

2015 - 2016 Working Student Raum und Bau Architekten BDA | Innenarchitekten BDIA www.raumundbau.de 2016 - 2017 Architectural Designer TADAH Collaboration Ltd. Bangkok, Thailand www.tadah.co.th 2017 - 2019 Working Student Raum und Bau Architekten BDA | Innenarchitekten BDIA www.raumundbau.de

Workshops 11/ 2018

"Design Thinking Lab ‘Workspaces for DigitalYOU’“ TUM, The Boston Consulting Group and IBM Watson Leadership Training - Vielfalt@BCG Event, Vienna The Boston Consulting Group

Laser cutting

12/ 2018

CNC milling

Languages

Interests

Deutsch English Chinese French Japanese

SketchUp Microsoft Office

photography travel

native fluent (IELTS Academic 8.5, C2) advanced (OCAC, Taiwan) basic (6 years high school) beginner LMU Language Center 2011-2012


Selected Works academic

BoTu - Sustainable Transformation Chair of Climate Responsive Design PROF

Thomas Auer YEAR

2019 Edgar Allan Poe Literaturehouse

Chair of Spatial Arts and LightingTYPE Design

How to transform a socially disadvantaged neighborhood without gentrification? „BoTu“ offers a deep analysis of the districts of Bospolder and Tussendijken, two of Rotterdam‘s socially most vulnerable neighborhoods. The goal is to develop a design strategy which helps to transform BoTu into a desirable, diverse, healthy and sustainable neighborhood.

Master’s Thesis LOCATION

Munich

With an array of highly contextual small, medium and large scale interventions based on a predefined framework, the design proposal aims to improve the living conditions in BoTu while retaining and strengthening its unique identity.

SCALE

1:5000 - 1:200

BCN Superblock Chair of Climate Responsive Design PROF

Barcelona is the city with the highest vehicle density in Europe.

Thomas Auer YEAR

2017 A literature house is supposed to building that encourages human interaction, fantasy, serenity, exchange, art, learning and teaching. This means that the overall concept has to include various spaces that create the stage and qualities to enable those processes. The main focus was to strenghten the relationship between the inside and the outside and to create a seamless transition between those spaces. The generous glazing and openings of the facade towards the garden with the help of foldable terrace doors achieve this goal. Behind that lies a three-story high exhibition space flanked by a library and seminar rooms.

TYPE

Urbanism

To conquer this problem, the concept of the Superblock was created: closing 3x3 areas for private cars. Although the general idea is a good step towards the goal of reducing CO2-levels and introducing more public space, we believed that this concept has its flaws it functions as an multiplier to the existing grid and works only the geometrical aspect of it, not a systematic one. Therefore we declared private cars as the main problem - they occupy space and they produce CO2.

LOCATION

Munich SCALE

1:1000 - 1:200

As a solution, we suggested a network of distributed car-sharing that connects to existing transportation lines such as the metro, tram and bus. The system covers all levels of mobility - from the urban scale down to the smallest street interventions.

The northern half of the plot is framed by a small garden house which serves as a cafe for the viisitors. Surrounded by a wall, it encloses a private, more intimate garden that creates a protected space within the industrial suburbs of Philadelphia.

Edgar Allan Poe Literature House Chair of Spatial Arts and Lighting Design PROF

Hannelore Deubzer YEAR

2018 TYPE

Architecture LOCATION

A literature house is supposed to a building which encourages human interaction, fantasy, serenity, exchange, art, learning and teaching. This means that the overall concept has to include various spaces that create the stage and qualities to enable those processes. The main focus was to strenghten the relationship between the inside and the outside and to create a seamless transition between those spaces. The generous glazing and openings of the facade towards the garden with the help of foldable terrace doors achieve this goal. Behind that lies a three-story high exhibition space flanked by a library and seminar rooms.

Philadelphia SCALE

1:500 - 1:50

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The northern half of the plot is framed by a small garden house which serves as a cafe for the viisitors. Surrounded by a wall, it encloses a private, more intimate garden that creates a protected space within the industrial suburbs of Philadelphia.

Extension Theresien High School Chair of Spatial Arts and Lighting Design PROF

Hannelore Deubzer YEAR

2016 TYPE

Bachelor’s Thesis LOCATION

The „Wiesenviertel“ in Munich stands out with its unusual urban structure. Different from other quarters that emerged in the 19th century, the area surrounding the Theresien High School in Munich is easily recognizable by a loose urban structure consisting of representative villas and and apartment buildings. This urban grid, that has aready been existent in the historical plans has been adopted for the project design. For the extension of the existing building we chose two independent builings that fit seamlessly into the existing urban pattern.

Munich SCALE

1:500 - 1:50

The larger building in the north accomodates all classrooms for physics, chemistry, biology, arts and music, as well as the sports hall. The smaller building in the south includes the canteen, library, administration and a large auditiorium. 3


Selected Works academic

The Munich Factor Chair of Climate Responsive Design PROF

Thomas Auer YEAR

2017 TYPE

Urbanism LOCATION

Munich SCALE

1:1000 - 1:200

Theodor Heuss Platz is an area rich with community activity, in its own way it contributes to the Neuperlach area, however needs to expand with the growth needs of the greater Munich city context. The initial thought process of the site was to respond to the needs of the suburb and the available local resources that we need not replicate. The heart of the site and development is the maker and creative spaces. The concept behind this idea is to allow the existing stakeholders of the site to have better and more local access to spaces with a more innovative focus. This in turn will give better education to the school about the sustainable upcycling of used items, mass customised manufacturing, an introduction in how robotics, coding and programming works and a way to access creative individuals to better educate the school kids in different and a much wider spectrum of career options.

Berlin Block Chair of Urban Architecture PROF

Dietrich Fink YEAR

2015

For the project Berlin Block, a building with commercial and residential use was to be designed in the district of Berlin Charlottenburg. The main focus of the semester was to develop a formal thesis regarding the design of the façade and the floor plans, as well as to reach a certain level of density due to the expected growth in population in the next few years to come.

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Architecture LOCATION

Berlin SCALE

1:500 - 1:100

The main goal of the design was to close the urban block structure which has been disrupted during the Second World War. The 13-story highrise building connects seamlessly with the existing building in the north and articulates a strong and representative façade towards the Savigny Square. The elevated ground floor creates a strong base for the building and accomodates plenty of retail space. The apartments are arranged in an enfilade along the facade and can be separated with sliding doors.

Protohaus Chair of Building Construction and Material Science PROF

Florian Musso YEAR

The Protohaus has been designed as a prototypical house for four residents, which could be easily reproduced and arranged within a high-density masterplan. A flexible orientation of the floor plans enables a maximum variability in urban planning.

2013 TYPE

Architecture LOCATION

The buikduing itself is oriented towards a private yard which offers a high amount of intimacy as well as natural lighting and freedom. Characterizing for the outer appearance of the Protohaus is the façade made from fiber-cement panels and the colored sliding bi-fold shutters made from metal mesh.

any SCALE

1:100 - 1:5

Over the course of one semester, the project has been developed from the initial draft in 1:100 to the execution planning in 1:50 including detail planning in 1:5 as well as the inerior, sanitary and energetic planning.

Bird Watching Tower Chair of Architectural Design and Construction PROF

Florian Nagler YEAR

2012

As a part of the Module “Joining” at the Chair of Architectural Design and Construction, the task was to design a bird watching tower at the shores of the Maisinger Lake close to Munich. Under consideration of its location inside a national park, a subtle platform should be created from which nature lovers could observe the local birds. Special attention was paid to construction of the wooden structure of the tower.

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Special LOCATION

München SCALE

1:50 4

Three cubes which are offset and stacked on top of each other are the main design concept of the project. This principle enables the visitors views into different directions on various levels. The diagonal reinforcment and ladders create an interesting and consistent structure for the building. The construction made from larch wood blends unobtrusively into the environment and is connected to the land with the help of a narrow footbridge.


Selected Works professional

Steinparkschulen Raum und Bau Architekten BDA CLIENT

Stadt Freising YEAR

2017 - 2019 SCOPE

Architecture

The new campus consisting of an elementary and middle school including canteen and gymnasium is located at the idyllic Steinpark in Freising. It becomes the center of a new residential neighborhood and reacts to its with its typology and facade to its surrounding landscape and built environment. A light brick facade sets a strong foundation for the common areas. The class rooms are located on the upper floors and can be identified by a rhythmical glass facade.

LOCATION

Freising SIZE

With an estimated cost of 70 million Euros, the Steinparkschulen is the city’s largest project and will be accommodating over 1100 students after its estimated completion in 2022.

23,500 Sqm. Role: Working Student - ‘Leistungsphasen’ 1-4

Grundschule Werksviertel Raum und Bau Architekten BDA CLIENT

LH München YEAR

2015 - 2019 TYPE

Architecture LOCATION

Munich

Built during the ‘Schulbauoffensive’ Munich, the elementary school will accomodate more than 400 students for the a newly developed neighborhood. Situated within the heart of the Werksviertel, it will be looking onto the planned planned concert hall. The estimated completion will be in 2021. It includes an integrated gymnasium suitable for external use as well as a service apartment, canteen and kitchen. With its material mix of brick and metal cladding on the facade, the school adapts the character of the neighborhood’s industrial heritage. The interiors seamlesslly adapt the design language into the inside of the building and are dominated by concrete, wood and bonded wood wool acoustic panels.

SIZE

9,400 Sqm.

Role: Working Student - ‘Leistungsphasen’ 2-5

Noble Ambiance Sukhumvit 42 TADAH Collaboration Co., Ltd. Bangkok CLIENT

Noble Development YEAR

2016 - 2017 TYPE

Architecture LOCATION

Bangkok SIZE

An up-scale service apartment is located in close proximity to Bangkok’s boutique-lifestyle district. The building is separated into 2 main residential blocks and a smaller reception building, circumvent huge trees and subsequently created series of courtyards and pockets green space. Besides functioning as resting or playing area, they also connect lounge, pool deck, fitness and playroom together as a network where residents could easily permeate. Series of aluminum mesh screen form an external skin to screen off heat gain from scorch sunlight. In addition, shade and shadow casted over reflective glass and walls creates a sense of mesmerizing depth over facade.

15,768 Sqm. Role: Project Architect - Design & Tender

Line Thailand Office TADAH Collaboration Co., Ltd. Bangkok CLIENT

LINE Corporation

The Line Thailand Office is located in the heart of Bangkok’s newly developed Gaysorn Village, spreads over two stories and facilitates offices for 500 employees.

YEAR

2017 TYPE

Designed for one of Thailand’s major tech companies, the offices feature open plan offices, meeting rooms, canteen, nap pods, a gym a café and auditorium.

Office Interior LOCATION

Bangkok

The design is dominated by warm colors, natural materials and implements Line’s corporate design and signature mascots into the concept creating a distinct, recognizable and casual corporate headquarter.

SIZE

2,888 Sqm.

Role: Project Architect - Competition, Design & Tender 5


BoTu - Sustainable Transformation Chair of Climate Responsive Design

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New Markt Visserijplein New Outdoor Sports Facilities New School Campus with Gymnasium

Extended Pier 80 Community Center Transformed Former Schools

Filled Urban Voids Redesigned Waterfront

New Mixed-Use Housing Development

New School with Gymnasium

New Small-Scale Production in Courtyard Education & Sports

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Residential & Offices New Mixed-Use Housing Development

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Transformation of former schools for mixed use

New Elementary School with Gym

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BCN Superblock Chair of Climate Responsive Design

Barcelona is the city with the highest vehicle density in Europe. To conquer this problem, the concept of the Superblock was created: closing 3x3 areas for private cars. Although the general idea is a good step towards the goal of reducing CO2-levels and introducing more public space, we believed that this concept has its flaws it functions as an multiplier to the existing grid and works only the geometrical aspect of it, not a systematic one. Therefore we declared private cars as the main problem - they occupy space and they produce CO2. As a solution, we suggested a network of distributed car-sharing that connects to existing transportation lines such as the metro, tram and bus. The system covers all levels of mobility - from the urban scale down to the smallest street interventions.

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Edgar House Edgar Allan Allan Poe Poe Literature Literaturehouse Chair of Spatial Arts and Lighting Design

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Extension Theresien High School Chair of Spatial Arts and Lighting Design

The construction method of the two new buildings follows the same principle. The sports hall in the north and the auditorium in the south are located underground. In order to ensure natural lighting and to avoid a ceiling construction with a height of several meters, the upper floors have been indented and span the halls with the help of multiple four-story high steel trusses. The load-bearing structure automatically divides the building into various zones. Following contemporary educational theories, the floor plans are organised into classroom zones and communication areas. With the use of movable sliding elements, the classrooms can be combined with the communication areas in order to create flexible and open workspaces for special activities.

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The Munich Factor Chair of Climate Responsive Design

The Design of the site responds to the difficult shading to the south and wind through the centre of the site. We have optimised the design to make the building heights respond to both Wind and Sun shading so that microclimates are easily manageable with as little possibility for high speed wind tunnels to occur. The facades of the towers are also designed to mitigate downdraft wind and turbulent wind flows that usually occur around the tower typology. The retained greenspace from the existing site aims also to give a buffer for shading in the summertime and wind in the wintertime. As a result we have achieved a vast mix of programs and community engagement opportunities while also meeting the projected development area requirements of the site, the project, gives attractive opportunities for residential developments while also maintaining a comfortable and functional space. We need to Make Neuperlach Change.

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Faserzementplatte Wandaufbau

Fußplatte +2,66 Faltschiebeladen, Streckgitter (Aluminium)

Faserzementplatte 8 mm Hinterlüftungsebene 30 mm Windpapier Mineralwolle 200 mm Kalksandstein XL 175 mm Kalkputz 15 mm

±0,00 -0,095

-0,315

-1,10

±0,00

Gitterrost

Geschossdecke EG+OG

+2,66

±0,00 -0,095

Betonrandstein Magerbetonfundament

Parkett, geklebt 8 mm Zementestrich 65 mm PE-Folie Trittschalldämmung 22/20 mm Stahlbeton 220 mm Kalkputz 15 mm

-0,315

-1,115 Drainplatte mit Filtervlies

Stahlwinkel Wandaufbau Kellerwand

Sockelblech

Filtervlies Drainplatte XPS 200 mm Bitumenabdichtung Stahlbetonwand 175 mm Kalkputz 15 mm

-3,15

-3,15 Drainage

Bodenplatte KG

-3,45

GSEducationalVersion

Parkett, geklebt 8 mm Zementestrich 65 mm PE-Folie Trittschalldämmung 22/20 mm EPS 80 mm Bitumenschweißbahn Stahlbeton 300 mm Schaumglas 200 mm Sauberkeitsschicht 50mm

-3,45

GSEducationalVersion

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Noble Ambience Sukhumvit 42 TADAH Collaboration Co.Ltd.

An up-scale service apartment is located in close proximity to Bangkok’s boutique-lifestyle district. The building is separated into 2 main residential blocks and a smaller reception building, circumvent huge trees and subsequently created series of courtyards and pockets green space. Besides functioning as resting or playing area, they also connect lounge, pool deck, fitness and playroom together as a network where residents could easily permeate. Series of aluminum mesh screen form an external skin to screen off heat gain from scorch sunlight. In addition, shade and shadow casted over reflective glass and walls creates a sense of mesmerizing depth over facade. Role: Project Architect - Design & Tender Visualization: TADAH Collaboration Co.Ltd.

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The Met Residence TADAH Collaboration Co.Ltd.

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The owner of the apartment in Bangkok luxury high-rise The Met wanted a complete overhaul of his newly purchased home. As a fan of simplistic shapes and earthy tones he wanted a masculine, yet inviting home with smart built-in furniture and hidden hardware fittings. With the client being an enthusiastic wine collector, the existing servant room had to be converted into a operable wine cellar including glass sliding panels which could be discretely hidden away. The scope of the project included a full refurbishment of floors, walls and ceilings with custom builtin furniture, selection of designer accesories and a smart lighting system.

Role: Project Leader - Design & Tender Visualization: TADAH Collaboration Co.Ltd.

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David Benjamin Habermann d.habermann@me.com linkedin.com/in/david-habermann

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Architecture Portfolio - Selected Works  

Portfolio of academic and professional works from 2012-2019

Architecture Portfolio - Selected Works  

Portfolio of academic and professional works from 2012-2019

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