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Diana Murzea Portofolio DIANA MURZEA PORTOFOLIO


“The product of urban design is most often the sum of multiple individual products, in the form of buildings and open spaces, each serving their own functions and each following their own designs. Although it is normally the aim of urban design to combine these individual buildings and spaces into a unified whole, it is rarely within its power to exert full control over the shaping of physical space. The formulation of the overall framework for development, however, is only a part of the task for urban design. The orchestration of the multitude of individual activities in the course of development is an equally important part of the task, and the success of urban design therefore depends as much on its ability to perform this part of the task. This brings as much focus on the process of urban design as on its product.â€? (Nicolai Steinø)


Personal information

Work experience

First name/Surname Adress

Diana-Liliana Murzea

Telephone Email/Contact

+40 727 730 453

Nationality Date of birth Gender

Romanian 5th of February 1990 Female

Period Occupation or position held Main activities and responsabilities

Frederikstorv 1, 1th, 1st floor, 9000 Aalborg, Denmark

Name of employer

diana.murzea05@gmail.com

Education and training Period

2013-2015

Qualification awarded Main subjects

Master student 1st year Urban Transformation and Sustainable Engineering Techniques. Designing Urban Mobility. Urban Planning and Urban Development

Name and type of organisation providing education

Urban Design Master at the Department of Architecture, Design and Media Technology. Aalborg University. Denmark

Period Qualification awarded Main subjects

2009-2013 Urban planner. Urban Designer Urban Planning, Architectural Design, Urban Design, Urban Morphology, GIS, Structural Engineering, Regional Development Bachelor Programme at the Faculty of Urbanism. “Ion Mincu” University of Architecture and Urbanism. Bucharest. Romania.

Name and type of organisation providing education

Period Occupation or position held Main activities and responsabilities Name of employer

June 2012 – August 2012 Draftsman Designing and drawing projects Individual Architecture Office Andrei Stoianovici

Period Occupation or position held Main activities and responsabilities

October 2011 - May 2012 Photographer Taking photos at events, editing photos Joy Pub, Bucharest

Name of employer Period Occupation or position held Main activities and responsabilities

Name of employer

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european countries with different urban design approaches

6 design fields InDesign

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Google Microsoft SketchUp Word

This page stands as a brief introduction of my personal, urban related activities and the experiences that has helped me develop in my field. I want to underline my interest in social interaction and landscape architecture, as they are emerging new layers in the ever changing city. I am eager to learn from the new experiences in the profesional field and refine myself in what concerns the new software and technologies that will help me in rethinking the urbanscape.

October 2011 Photographer and promoter Taking photos at the festival’s events, editing photos, working with web platforms, promoting events Anim’est International Film Festival

Facts about me in figures

Personal skills and competencies

AutocAD Photoshop Illustrator

February 2010 – 2013 Photographer Taking photos at day &night events (clubs, proms, festivals), editing photos, working with web platforms, promoting events Tilllate Romania, Bucharest

in which I developed skills during my education urban design, architecture, urban planning, regional development, drawing, photography

cities in which I have developed urban design, urban planning, architecture projects

100 percent willing to expand my knowledge and experience in the same and other design fields

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nationalities that I have worked with in different design projects

languages known on different levels : English, French, Spanish, Italian


CONTENTS Bachelor thesis/Tradition versus Modern Stancuta Village Phase I _ Urban and regional planning ... 01-03 Phase II _ Architecture ... 04-06 Master project/A piece of Copenhagen Part I _ Masterplan development ... 07-10 Part II _ The wild island ... 11-14

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Master project/Caravansery factory Aarhus ... 15-16 Personal photography/Capturing the esence of the city ... 17-19 Personal sketches ... 20-21


TRADITION VERSUS MODERN

PROJECT INFO Workshop: Bachelor thesis project Year and Institute: 2013 Ion Mincu University of Architecture and Urbanism Duration and site location 3 moths, Braila County, Romania

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DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY FOR BRAILA COUNTY

Soil analysis

Location in Romania

HIDROLOGY ANALYIS

Wind analysis

MAIN TASK My bachelor thesis contained 2 main parts: a first one in a group of 6 students where we had to create a development strategy for Braila county, which was focused on promoting the turism and local identity, and a second one, where I had to choose one of the county’s settlements, which, in my case was Stancuta village. For this second phase I had to take the strategy to the next level and apply it by taking in consideration the local values of the village. The architectural part was a response to this strategy.

INTRODUCTION Braila County has strong potentials like pitoresque landscape, traditional activities and agriculture. We have chosen to promote it as an agro-touristic spot and a place where you can learn about the Romanian tradition values. Stancuta village has a history related to beekeeping and pomiculture. I have decided to use these traditions and combine them with the modern practices and give a chance to the young passionate people to emerge in a fruitful activity. Creating a community of beekeepers along a belt of greenery and along the small river edging the village stands as a gesture in promoting the local values and making sure that they don’t get lost in the existent transition between new and old technologies. It also represent a way in slowing down the tendency of people moving from the rural to the urban areas, as they lack opportunities in such forgotten places. 2


URBAN DEVELOPMENT FOR STANCUTA VILLAGE DRAWN PERSPECTIVE OF THE DEVELOPMENT AREA

THE BLUE-GREEN BELT OF THE VILLAGE PART OF THE STRATEGY

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THE BEE KEEPER’S HOUSE

INSIDE FLOOR PLAN

materiality

Plot SCHEME

HOUSE SCHEME

HOUSE CONCEPT

WEST ELEVATION

SECTION A-A’

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The beekeeper’s house is adapted to the village households, it is made ​​of biodegradable materials and has green supply facilities. The house parcel is divided into sub-areas: the house and the anexes, the apiary and the orchard. The type of the house is wagon, having the circulation between the rooms as a central one. Although the rooms have wide spaces, they are efficiently heated and maintained. Textures are as natural as possible and according to the local architecture or ressembling to it. To break the monotony of the house, I have decided to fragment it and create different levels, using the considerable outdoor level difference and the different use of materials. Because the plot stands at the most important crossroad of the community, I configured it differently and added the function of trade. There is a small shop where you can sell the outcoming products likeas honey, fruits and innovative new products that can emerge from combining the first two. Therefore, the household supports small business development based on local products. While the exterior is more traditional and preserving the local aspect, the interior hides a modern layout and furniture that would satisfy the modern needs nowadays. It was also a way to attract the young population into staying in the village and developing a local bussiness, while making sure that they do not lack the facilities that the urban life has to offer. In the end, it represents a mix between the modern and the traditional.

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A PIECE OF COPENHAGEN

PROJECT INFO Workshop: 1st semester Master project Year and Institute: 2014 Aalborg University Duration and site location 3 months, Copenhagen, Denmark


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MASTERPLAN

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MASTERPLAN DEVELOPMENT dESIGN STEPS Christianshavn

Nørrebro

Vestebro

1. The pre-existent

2. To keep or not to keep

3.Connect it

4.CPH is in the site

5. Define and cut

6. The footprint

BUILDING TIPOLOGIES

The Exclusive Marina

Back to the Middle Age

Town Houses

This is a place for few lucky people due to the atmosphere of a luxury residential zone and a boat club. Here, the water will be experienced in a unique and exclusive way.

A shared community feeling which faces on the water canal. The pre-existent trees are the core of this area, buildings are shaped in consideration to them.

The townhouses are mostly for the families that will want to live in a pulsing area, but still have the feeling of the traditional suburb, for example, a small road where the kids have the possibilities to play together.

Between greenery and water

The Family Block

Work in the wild

This block is a community itself. It has several backyards, but appear as a whole due to the “blue water” connection between them. Even though the block has a large scale, the human scale is given by small housing.

This area is the combination of a business environment and a residential atmosphere. Everything is seasoned with the big contrast between this and a wild island in front of the area.

An intimate recreational space alongside a varied coastline where a new family can settle down and enjoy a nautical place. Different views characterize this area, providing a rich experience of the water and the greenery.

MAIN TASK The project A piece of Copenhagen deals with the transformation of H.C. Ørsted Værket which is situated in a close proximity to the core of Copenhagen. The common thread throughout the project is the theme of trying to understand and develop a vibrant district that captures the pulse and the rhythm of the city. By thoroughly studying Copenhagen and looking into other cities as a source of reference the goal is to create an analytical base that will help create a dense and diverse neighborhood. In addition to this the focus is on the small gestures in the local communities, the motto being - think local, act local.

INTRODUCTION H.C. Ørsted Værket is an old poweplant complex. Most of the buildings and in-between spaces have lost their main functionality, and have been taken over by the urban subcultures. The place gives you the feeling of a point where nature meets the urban physical planning. Beauty can be found in the lack of organization of the area, and also in the elements that don’t belong to the place. The powerplant is a symphony of colors, scales, materials, created by the stretch of time. The project was an attempt to create space for diversity: diversity of places, diversity of people, diversity of buildings, diversity of atmospheres. Because , as a methaphor, we are capturing the energy of the city in one place that once gave all its energy to the city. The vision was to re-use the Power station as a social and cultural catalyst for the Southern Harbor of Copenhagen. 10


THE WILD ISLAND


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PLAN OF THE ISLAND


Catalpa Bignonioides

Rhus Typhina (Staghorn Sumac)

Cornus alba Medlar mespilus (Redtwig dogwood) germanica

Beech

Lonicera Pileata

Erica carnea schneekoppe

Ostrya carpinifolia

Ribes sanguineum

Aesculus carnea Briotii

Rhododendron lavendula

Erica carnea Rosalie

Red achillea Millefolium

The Wild Island, situated along the east harbour line and in connection to the office/commercial area, is more than just a land with recreational use, having an educational purpose as well, and directly connected to the hydrology system. The canal along the island is meant to clean all the water collected from the streets on the site. The people can observe the cleaning process of the water, consisting in 3 steps and taking place in 3 basins. The island is divided in 6 different areas: the entrance areas, where you can find info points and maps (the main entrance also has a built structure from reused materials, destined for workshops about the hydrology), the national plants area, the wild flowers areas, the picnic areas and the edible plants area, situated at the end of the island, where the water is clean. In front of the second basin, there is also a viewing point, which provides and overview of the whole island for the visitors, but also shade in summer time. Most of the plants chosen for the wild island have an unique colour palette during all 4 seasons, and are combined so they can contrast and create a pleasant atmosphere for walking, having lunch, playing and learning. The “wild� island is an ecosystem for birds and small animals in the urban landscape, contrasting with the built areas and breaking the usual concrete edge of the waterfront, developed in all Copenhagen. Rhus Typhina (Staghorn Sumac)

Catalpa Cornus alba Medlar mespilus Catalpa Cornus alba Rhus Typhina Medlar mespilus Beech Bignonioides (Redtwig dogwood) germanica Bignonioides (Redtwig dogwood) (Staghorn Sumac) germanica

Lonicera Ribes Erica carnea Aesculus carnea Rhododendron Erica carnea Red achillea Ostrya carpinifolia Lonicera Ribes Aesculus carnea carnea Red achilleaRibes Ostrya carpinifolia Catalpa Erica carnea Cornus alba LoniceraRhododendron Medlar mespilus Briotii PileataRhus Typhina sanguineum Erica carneaErica schneekoppe lavendula Rosalie Millefolium Ostrya carpinifolia Beech Pileata sanguineumBeech schneekoppe Briotii Pileata lavendula Millefolium Bignonioides (Redtwig dogwood) sanguineum (Staghorn Sumac) germanica schneekoppe Rosalie

Aesculus carnea Briotii

Rhododendron lavendula

Erica carnea Rosalie

Red achillea Millefolium

SPRING

SPRING

SPRING

SPRING

SUMMER

SUMMER

SUMMER

SUMMER

AUTUMN

AUTUMN

AUTUMN

AUTUMN

SHORT SECTION I

Hidrology principles Rhus Typhina (Staghorn Sumac)

Catalpa Bignonioides

Cornus alba Medlar Rhusmespilus Typhina (Redtwig dogwood) (Staghorn germanica Sumac)

Catalpa Beech Bignonioides

Liatris spicata (Blazing Star)

Lonicera Ericamespilus carnea Cornus alba Medlar Pileata schneekoppe (Redtwig dogwood) germanica

Liatris spicata Dactylorhiza (Blazing Star) purpurella

Dactylorhiza Buddleja davidii purpurella 'Black Knight'

Ostrya carpinifolia Beech

Ribes Lonicera sanguineum Pileata

Buddleja davidii Deutzia magnifica Deutzia magnifica Amelanchier spicata 'Black Knight' Liatriscanadensis Defica Defica

(Blazing Star)

Aesculus Rhododendron Erica carnea Aesculus Red achillea Rhododendron Ribes Erica carneacarneaOstrya carnea carpinifolia Briotii lavendula Rosalie Millefolium lavendula sanguineum schneekoppe Briotii

Erica carnea Rosalie

Catalpa Cornus alba Medlar mespilus Red achillea Rhus Typhina WINTER WINTER Bignonioides (Redtwig dogwood) germanica Millefolium(Staghorn Sumac)

Liatris spicata DactylorhizaCoreopsis Buddleja Forsythia davidii Deutzia magnifica Amelanchier Coreopsis Amelanchier Koelreuteria Clematis Forsythia intermedia Cotoneaster Fragaria vesca Koelreuteria Coreopsis Clematis intermedia Cotoneaster FragariaKoelreuteria vesca Lupinus

Forsythia intermedia Hindbaer

Cotoneaster

Fragaria vesca

Lupinus

Erica carnea

WINTER schneekoppe

Hindbaer

Dactylorhiza Buddleja davidii Deutzia magnifica Amelanchier Koelreuteria Coreopsis ClematisOrange Forsythia intermedia bullatus Cotoneaster Fragaria vesca Lupinus (Blazing Star) 'Black Knight' Defica Lynwood canadensis paniculata verticillata polyphyllus orientalis Lynwood Wild strawberry polyphyllus canadensis paniculata verticillata orientalis Orange bullatus Wild strawberry paniculata verticillatapurpurella orientalis Orange Lynwood bullatus Wild strawberry polyphyllus purpurella 'Black Knight' Defica canadensis paniculata verticillata orientalis Orange Lynwood bullatus Wild strawberry polyphyllus

Varible water level

Hindbaer

SUMMER

SUMMER

1,2m

WINTER

Ostrya carpinifolia

SPRING

SPRING

1,6m

Clematis Lupinus Hindbaer

Lonicera Pileata

Beech

0,8m

FLORA SELECTION Rhus Typhina (Staghorn Sumac)

Catalpa Bignonioides

Cornus alba Medlar mespilus (Redtwig dogwood) germanica

Beech

SHORT SECTION II

Lonicera Pileata

Erica carnea schneekoppe

Ostrya carpinifolia

Ribes sanguineum

Aesculus carnea Briotii

Rhododendron lavendula

Erica carnea Rosalie

Red achillea Millefolium

Rhododendron lavendula

AUTUMN

AUTUMN

Rosalie

Erica carnea Rosalie

Liatris spicata (Blazing Star)

Dactylorhiza purpurella

Buddleja davidii Liatris spicata 'Black Knight' (Blazing Star)

Amelanchier Koelreuteria Dactylorhiza Buddleja davidii paniculata purpurellacanadensis 'Black Knight' WINTER

Coreopsis Forsythia intermedia Amelanchier Clematis Koelreuteria Coreopsis verticillata orientalis paniculata Orange Lynwood canadensis verticillata

Cotoneaster vesca Clematis Fragaria Forsythia intermedia bullatus Wild strawberry orientalis Orange Lynwood

WINTER SPRING

Liatris spicata (Blazing Star)

Dactylorhiza purpurella

Buddleja davidii 'Black Knight'

Liatris spicata (Blazing Star) Deutzia magnifica Defica SUMMER

Dactylorhiza purpurella Amelanchier canadensis

Buddleja davidii 'Black Knight' Koelreuteria paniculata

Deutzia magnifica Defica Coreopsis verticillata

Amelanchier Koelreuteria Coreopsis Clematis Forsythia intermedia Cotoneaster Fragaria vesca canadensis paniculata verticillata orientalis Orange Lynwood bullatus Wild strawberry Clematis Forsythia intermedia Cotoneaster Fragaria vesca Lupinus Hindbaer orientalis Orange Lynwood bullatus Wild strawberry polyphyllus

Lupinus polyphyllus

Hindbaer

Liatris spicata (Blazing Star)

Dactylorhiza purpurella

Buddleja davidii 'Black Knight'

Deutzia magnifica Defica

Amelanchier canadensis

Koelreuteria paniculata

Coreopsis verticillata

AUTUMN

WINTER

Liatris spicata (Blazing Star)

Dactylorhiza purpurella

Buddleja davidii 'Black Knight'

Deutzia magnifica Defica

Amelanchier canadensis

Koelreuteria paniculata

Coreopsis verticillata

Clematis Forsythia intermedia orientalis Orange Lynwood

Cotoneaster bullatus

Fragaria vesca Wild strawberry

Lupinus polyphyllus

Hindbaer

LONG SECTION

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Clem orientalis


THE CARAVANSERY FACTORY

PROJECT INFO Workshop: 1st semester Master project Year and Institute: 2014 Aalborg University Duration and site location: 1 1/2 months, Horsens, Denmark

MAIN TASK This project has been focusing on temporary use of the urban space and has focused on the pathways along the main commercial street in Horsens. The purpose was to reinvent these introvert spaces that are curently parking lots and give them a proper use in the city center.

INTRODUCTION

Horsens is a danish town located in east Jutland. Despite its fruitful history, Horsens has lost its identity and the municipality is curently trying to develop a new one for the old ”prison” town. During this searching process, the city is in a permanent transformation, experimenting new urban layers and new cultural/ entertainment projects and events, like the Horsens Medieval Festival. The success of this temporary kind of projects should be translated into more permanent structures. The municipality has made a priority out of transforming the city centre, which is also in an unclear state now, and in a rather danger of decaying, due to the future fall of the commerce. The city center has become a place of transit and exchange. This project is a response to the municipality’s strategy to focus on the cultural and educational sectors. The Caravansery Factory introduces these types of activities, following the principles of a caravansery: a place to rest, trade, and entertainment, a place for temporary use, a place of safety and intimacy, a place where people break from the daily routine and experience something new and be involved, also, in other types of trading: the cultural and educational ones. Temporary staying of the guest in a caravansary can be translated in temporary invaders of the urban space, either if it’s about people, activities or structures. The system of pathways will embrace a new identity: “A place where cultures meet. Cultures and education.” 15


MASTERPLAN IN 10 YEARS

PRINCIPLES

RELATIONS BETWEEN ACTIVITIES Housing

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Theatre

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Café

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Expo

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Playscape

+ Parking Green Education Play scape Stage Expo Cafe Street art Flow

MASTERPLAN EVOLUTION

Parking Green structure Education Playscape Stage EXPO Café Street art Flow

Parking Green structure Education Playscape Stage EXPO Café Street art Flow

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Education

Parking Green Education Play scape Stage Expo Cafe Street art Flow

Parking Green Education Play scape Stage Expo Cafe Street art Flow

Parking Green Education Play scape Stage Expo Cafe Street art Flow

Green structure

Street art

Parking Green structure Education Playscape Stage EXPO Café Street art Flow

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Parking Green structure Education Playscape Stage EXPO Café Street art Flow

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ELEVATIONS & SECTIONS

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THE ESSENCE OF THE CITY Personal Photography

AARHUS, DENMARK

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PARIS, FRANCE

BUCHAREST, ROMANIA

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BUCHAREST, ROMANIA

BUCHAREST, ROMANIA

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To whom it may concern,

RECOMMENDATION

Department of Architecture and Media Technology Østerågade 6 9000 Aalborg Denmark Professor Ole B. Jensen obje@create.aau.dk

Diana is currently engaged in the Urban Design Master programme of the Architecture and Design and Media Technology Faculty at Aalborg University. The Urban Design programme has focus both on the aesthetical value and the technical elements that offer the capacity to work with pragmatic parameters in the design process, but also on analytical means that come to the aid of registrations, investigations and project development. nd

Department of Architecture and Media Technology Østerågade 6 9000 Aalborg Denmark Professor Ole B. Jensen obje@create.aau.dk

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I give Diana my recommendation and I hope you will consider her for employment as I am sure that Diana would prove to be an asset to you.

Ole B. Jensen Ole B. Jensen Yours Sincerely Ole B. Jensen Professor of Urban Theory / Urban/ Design Professor of Urban Theory Urban Design Professor of Urban Theory / Urban Design

Ole B. Jensen Professor of Urban Theory / Urban Design

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PERSONAL SKETCHES

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