Portfolio(delphine.lewandowski)

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Portfolio

Delphine Lewandowski


Delphine Lewandowski, 22 13 rue de l’Asile Popincourt 75011 Paris France (+ 33)6.10.88.21.17 delphine.lewandowski@outlook.com

experience oct. 2015

Participation in Climax Paris 2015 call for projects, COP21 pavilion

Design and organisation of Sybaris exhibition at Helsinki Design Week 2015

Internship at Ateljé Sotamaa, Helsinki, Finland

sept. 2015 jun.- aug. 2015

Presentation of Kumi Koto house at Toyota Home headquarters, Nagoya, Japan

june 2015

Participation in Isover International Student Contest 2014 - Special Prize, national stage -

may 2014

may 2014

Scenography Workshop Super Place, with Ya+K collectif, Ivry-Sur-Seine, France

apr.- may 2014

Furniture Design TOTEMP’ for We Love Green festival, Paris - Winner of the call for projects

Wood Construction Workshop Solar Decathlon Contest 2014 at Les Grands Ateliers, Isle d’Abeau, France

Internship at J.P. Liu Chung Ming architecture studio, Quatre-Bornes, Mauritius - Bioclimatic architecture -

april 2014 july - aug. 2013

Co-Founder of the student association Architemp’ - Association of temporary architecture -

oct. 2013

Internship at L’ENSAIT, Roubaix, France - Ecological (HQE) renovation of a patrimonial building -

july 2012

webpages * *

Analog photography delphinelewandowski.tumblr.com Association cargocollective.com/architemp

research papers * *

Insects and architecture Silicon Valley’s non-unified landscape

sept. 2015june 2014


education Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture de Paris Malaquais, Paris - Master degree in architecture -

2015 - 2016

Aalto University of Art, Design and Architecture, Helsinki - One-year exchange in the Department of Product and Spatial Design -

2014 - 2015

Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture de Paris Malaquais, Paris - Bachelor degree in architecture Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers (Arts and Crafts) - One semester course « Construction Technology » -

2011 - 2014

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« Scientific » Baccalauréat at Lycée Baudelaire, Roubaix Options : European English and Music - Highest Honors (17,63/20) -

activities * Cello * Analog photography

languages

english proficiency: TOEFL (Score: 101/120) * French (native) * English (fluent) * Spanish (basics) * Finnish (elementary)

softwares

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* Relations architecture/ nature * Experimental architecture and design * Nordic+japanese traditional cultures * Handicraft

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Adobe: Indesign / Illustrator / Photoshop 2d: Autocad / Rhinoceros 3d: Rhinoceros / Archicad / Sketchup / Maya


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architecture The dock Pavillion Crossing the blocks Housing Sense the transition Urban analysis and renovation Foldout Primary school The rock house Micro-House Kumi Koto Toyota Home Project: Japanese house La vague Pleyel Living bridge Cinet(x) COP21 Pavillion

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practical work Cutting board Light Balance Causeuse Wooden bench COG2 Ceramic burr puzzle Sybaris Exhibition Design

left workshop at Les Grands Ateliers, Isle d’Abeau, april 2014

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the dock

Pier implantation: boat station and exhibition space - Quai d’Orléans, Paris ENSAPM. Semester 3, oct. 2012 - jan. 2013 individual work

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The “Quai d’Orléans” is a unique place in Paris: it is a slope, going straight into the water of the Seine, stuck between two islands in the centre of the city: Ile de la Cité and Ile Saint-Louis. The place has the nice particularity of offering points of view on many different elements as la rive droite, la rive gauche, the Notre-Dame Cathedral, etc. The shape of the Batobus (boat) station integrates the landscape, insisting on the movement of the slope into the river. It goes into the dock’s unique relief, as a tenon goes into a mortise. The inspiration comes from the idea of the pontoon and of the boat’s passageway. The pavilion is light and discreet. Its shape is following the length of the dock, therefore justifying the use of steel for the column/beam structure.

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crossing the blocks Eight dwellings building in Parc de la Villette, Paris ENSAPM. Semester 4, feb. - jun. 2013 individual work

The terrain’s shape is long and angular, facing a schoolyard on the south. The design goal is to change these constraints from the context into advantages, creating well-lit spaces in every room and separating the building from the schoolyard. The use of four separated blocks allows the sunlight to enter each apartment in all directions. Due to the little surface area, eight duplexes are created in four blocks, and between them four gardens. One ramp, going all along the building, is crossing the four blocks and leads to the higher floors. The gardens are treated with the same attention than the blocks. The relationship between the groundfloor’s garden and the promenade on the ramp is essential. The trees allow to separate the inhabitants from the street and to improve the collective spaces. Moreover, the colours of the different tree species change during the year, allowing the inhabitants to enjoy the seasonal change. The irregularity and diversity of nature is contrastic with the massive still concrete facades of the architecture.

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sense the transition Urban analysis + factory renovation, Ivry-sur-Seine ENSAPM. Semester 5, oct. 2013 - jan. 2014 with julien toussaint role: 2d drawings, final docs, lasercut models

Through our analysis of Ivry-surSeine’s public space and public frequentation, we noticed that the city is divided into two parts. On the East side, there is a desertion of public spaces and the density of unoccupied places is considerable. Covered with the spaces under construction, we noticed that this territory would be frozen by the urban redevelopment from ten to twenty years. Our project consists in creating a real temporality management of this area. Our intention is to improve public spaces by using these construction areas. Who is concerned by these constructions? On one hand, there is the elderly population, sensitive to the construction because of the industrial patrimony taken away by the factories demolition, and on the other hand a younger population: the future inhabitants of the new Ivry. Consequently, our second intention is to provoke the meeting of these two populations. Our project is a public square, designed in the middle of the constructions, in an old urban heating factory. It is at the same time a commemorative place, a working place and a meeting place. The intervention is discreet, rapidly built, and modular. Boxes, made with recycled containers, are used as modules. They host different programs: a sports hall, an assembly room, a village hall and offices for start-ups.

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foldout

Primary school - Gaziantep, Turkey ENSAPM. Semester 6, feb. - may 2014 with seyeong gwak, paul-antoine lucas role: 2d drawings, final docs, perspectives, construction details


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Foldout is an eco-friendly school that offers security and comfort to students. Partially open to the public, the building is part of the urban landscape and the city. The project was inspired by a ribbon resting slightly on the ground and folding out towards the lower part of the site. A grand flight of stairs is situated in the middle, opening up to two entrances: one located in front of the city hall - curved building on the northern upper part - and the park on the south of the site. This staircase that we named as “amphitheatre� is always open to the public after school hour and on the weekends, serving as gathering place and circulation of the city, and is used as a playground during the school hours.

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The building’s orientation is multidirectional, following the sun-path from southeast to southwest in order to capture the maximum direct sunlight inside of the building. Adapting to the topography, four different units holds the classrooms in one direction. Each set of two units are linked together by a double height space designated for assembly as well as library or multimedia. These core spaces allow circulation from one unit to the other. Contrary to the arrangement of the classrooms, the green roof is in the opposite direction in order to create the visual continuity of the whole building. The height of each strap varies to bring in zenithal light from south. In order to control the direct sunlight’s impact, the southern facades of the buildings are covered with louvers and benefit from terraces. Flexibility between the classrooms is possible thanks to soundproof sliding doors. This system allows for classrooms to be arranged in different ways, giving teachers the opportunity for innovative and creative ways to teach in bigger groups and suggesting new uses of the classroom space.

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the rock house

Micro-house implentation in a chosen site, Helsinki Aalto University, ten days project: neglected space, sept. 2014 with kirby humphries

After exploring and analysing Helsinki territory, we were asked to insert a «micro-house» in a neglected space in the city. Helsinki is a city with a very low density. Its master plan was thought to be evolutive, by Eliel Saarinen. The idea was kept when Alvar Aalto intervened in the 1960s. The city is drawn as an archipelago through an artificial grid, which adapts to the topography. Districts were built as islands in the heart of this tracé, which works as a link between all the natural elements in the city: lake, sea, forest, rocks. Nature is primordial in the city, more specifically granite stone. The architecture adapts into the natural landscape. The granite stone expresses a certain strength, untouched by human hand. Its identity is associated with both Finnish natural landscape and Finnish urbanity. Yet, its thermal properties - good heat stocker - are actually neglected. The difficulty to build onto these instable reliefs makes the most beautiful spots of the town into neglected spaces. The rock house settles on one of these rocky sites, in the centre of the city. Its implantation takes the shape of the relief and its inner uses take advantage of the stone’s properties with, for instance, the stove at its heart. Thus, the house integrates discreetly the landscape, by adapting its particular shape to the rock and by re-creating a sculptural relief. left view from the south right _AA’ section _BB’ section _plan

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kumi koto

Japanese house - Nagoya, Japan Aalto University. Toyota Home Project, oct. - dec. 2014 with tuomo toivola role: 2d drawings, final docs, construction details, tyre facade prototype

Kumi Koto means Rubber house in Finnish. It is also a reference to the Koto, japanese traditional instrument. The name of the house expresses the character it has from the outside : a house made of rubber. It also expresses the intention of the design: to transfer traditional Japanese elements into a modern context. The design of the house comes from the analysis of modern constraints from Japanese big cities: density and (need of) privacy.


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interior design We felt the solution would be most elegantly approached by revisiting and indeed by reconstructing traditional Japanese elements such as the central garden, the sliding doors Shoji and the heated table Kotatsu, in order to save space. To challenge these design prerequisites, a narrow plot in a dense area was chosen for the project. Design concepts are crystalised in the idea of a central garden, allowing the family to enjoy the different seasonal events during the year and connecting all other functions of the house. Inside the house actions and spaces are combined and compressed. The kitchen table is simplified and extended into a level surface on which family members can cook, dine, play and for example do homework at the same time. The stair is an interpretation of Kaidan dansu, a library and stair combined. By simplifying and condensing, the spatial structure is centered into the active focal points. The other areas are left as free of imposed functions as possible to enable the inhabitants to choose how they wish to use the spaces.

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faรงade Rubber: an eco-friendly material and innovative solution. Tyres represent one of the biggest and hardest-to-handle sources of waste and pollution. More than a half of disused tyres are burned. It would be an opportunity for a car brand such as Toyota to collect the used tyres and recycle them, following its strong policy for recycling.Rubber has very interesting and advantageous properties. It is resilient - through the steel belting ot the tyre, flexible - earthquake safe, and moreover it has good thermal and acoustic insulations. Used tyres are a very cheap material which is easy to work on with available industrial machinery. Fabric: a light material. Its translucidity allows the light to enter the house keeping the privacy. It expresses softness, tactility, delicacy and protection, which are important qualities for the main entrance, it plays a good contrast with the rubber facades. Fabric is used both on outside surfaces and in the house interior. left a. elevation west b. elevation north c. elevation south d. elevation east right e. tyre faรงade prototype f. construction details: roof, wall

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la vague pleyel Living bridge over the railways (70.000m2), Saint-Denis ENSAPM. Semester 9, oct. 2015 - jan. 2016 with yasmine berton, son bui role: program, 3d modeling, 2d drawings, perspectives, lasercut models

La vague Pleyel is a living bridge located in Saint-Denis, in the north of Paris, going over the rails. The railway divides the district. Firstly, the goal was to attract two populations: from the relatively recent district «Stade de France» with the famous stadium and mainly composed by offices, and from the more ancient and residential district of «Le Carrefour Pleyel» with its Pleyel tower, new symbol of the area by its scale. Secondly, The goal was to create a bridge with a public space, designed for the pedestrian of «le Grand Paris» that would be turned towards the railways. So the rails are treated as water, and the public space of the bridge is treated as a seaside. The 70 000 m2 program follows this first intention: a 200 meters-long swimming pool, under the bridge deck, a linear hotel facing the south following the swimming pool on the top, and a rounded-shape complex «Spa» situated in the middle of the bridge- the spa links everything together: swimming pool, hotel, public space and finally a hostel, triangular-shaped - connected to a park with sport facilities, which includes for instance a football terrain.

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ClimaX call for projects - COP21 Pavilion sept. - oct. 2015 with son bui, paul-antoine lucas role: 3d modelisation, texts

grow !

cultivate plants learn how to grow

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eating well (bar with bio food from sustainable growing facilities)

COP21 pavilion The project is situated Place Madeleine Braun in Paris. The main intention is to create a new public space typology, linking circulation and sustainable energies. The aim is to show the potential of sustainable initiative and the range of sectors it concerns. The main axis of the project are formed by the main circulation axis of the original square, the pedestrian accesses, facilitating the circulation between the main poles of the square: The Architecture Institude and Paris East train station. The central zone, source of energy, is made of a ‘Pavegen’ pavements. The tiles are linked to batteries and sensors capt the pedestrian back and forths to transform it into electric energy. The project is an exploded pavilion made of re-used materials with a central focal point where the pedestrian flows create energy. The axis create the four parts of the pavilion, each corresponding to a theme for the sustainable city: GROW, EAT, LEARN, PLAY, EXERCISE, REST (production, consumption, leisure, sports, pleasure). Raising awareness is also an important element of the installation: a giant screen shows the electricity consumption by the Parisians. Circular Economy is the last element: the use of available manufactured products like scaffoldings or re-used old shutters for the cladding which means that no element need to be manufactured for the construction. It is also cost-efficient.

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exercise !

public space with sport facilities to stay healthy

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playground for children release energy

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place to relax (can also host events with sustainable initiative)

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cutting board Aalto University. Introduction to wood workshop, jan. 2015 birch and teck wood individual work


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light balance Aalto University. Sculpture now! workshop, feb. 2015 light bulbs, phosphorescent paint, metal tubes, timer individual work


Light Balance is a conceptual lamp, composed of two bulbs, a metal structure and a timer. An electrical bulb is shining. Whenever the timer turns it off, the second bulb filled with phosphorescent paint shines. The lamp is the expression of the chemical reaction between the electrical light and the phosphorescent pigments that capture it. The equilibrium between the different light sources and the relation between the electricity/water weights are expressed physically with the metal structure, sort of upside-down balance.

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causeuse Public bench made of heat-treated pine Aalto University. Wood Studio, may 2015 individual work

Causeuse is an experimental public bench made of heat-treated pine. The «heat-treatment», technique born in Finland, allows to make the wood more resilient for the outdoors. The curves were studied with 3D modelling, in order to save more material during the building part. A block ‘minimum’ was made with cut and glued wooden planks. The double curvature was sculpted with a small circular saw, creating a unique texture to the two seats of the bench. left - right causeuse on the Architecture Museum’s terrace in Helsinki, summer 2015

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cog2 Puzzle made of glazed ceramics Aalto University. Experimental design, mar.-jun. 2015 individual work

Exploration of pleasure and luxury Mindfulness can be defined as the ability to enjoy everyday pleasures, giving importance to the here and now. It is full engagement with the present moment. COG is a three-dimensional puzzle, a replica of an old Chinese burr, that engages mind and body. The goal is to assemble and disassemble the three pieces of the set. The fragility of the ceramics gives preciousness to the player’s actions. In order to solve the game, one will get fully involved, physically and mentally, and thus experience a ritualized mindfulness. As the pieces shape is very sharp, it needed a special clay. The firing reduces consequently the dimensions of one piece. It was thus a challenge to make the three pieces of the game fit together after the firing processes.

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sybaris Helsinki Design Week 2015 Aalto University. Extra project, sept. 2015 with laura maldonado, monica romagnoli, tuula vitie role: spatial design, organisation, building



Sybaris is an ancient Greek city where inhabitants, Sybarites, were known for their pursuit of opulent luxury and pleasure seeking. Sybaris creates a world that exists between the boundaries of art and design, and explore pleasure and luxury in our times. One-off objects are created with personal interpretations of sensual pleasure, hapticity and primitive sensuality. Objects of desire are handcrafted and materialised from various explorations of contemporary pleasures.

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