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EDVINAS BERENIS

INTERIOR REPORTFOLIO EDITION 01 ARCHITECTURE INTERIORARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO VOL. 01

EDVINAS BERENIS PORTFOLIO VOL.01 2016

Interior Architecture portfolio vol.01 This is my first book edition containing a several selected residential projects in one book from my projects archive. The idea is in the near future to release another book of another interior design sector. The projects were selected specifically to show a variety of my skills and approach to my projects. Every project in this book starts with a little intro description, brief then followed by concept idea, the development stage and the final project outcome. www.eberenis2000.wix.com/portfolio


CONTENTS IN THIS BOOK Hi R

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00 | 03 page

ABOUT ME some information about myself

project

READING ROOM designaspacewhichcelebratesactofreading

project

LTU HOUSE visualisingltuhouseexterior

project

LTU INTERIORDESIGN design modern interior space

project

TWINS A PLACE APART awaytolivetogetheryetseparately,expressingindividuality

project

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PROJECT 01 | 04

READING ROOM

by Edvinas Berenis


READING ROOM

A space which celebrates books and the act of reading PROJECT: LOCATION: DATE: DEADLINE:

Residential Design Highbury London, UK 2012 3 Weeks

01 The client has many thousands of books, loves reading and wants an area within their home to be converted into a space which celebrates the introspective, personal nature of reading. A client is 28years old, works in the publishing industry and wants a contemporary space not a ‘dusty old library’. Client is keen not to waste the planets resources and has found a supply of timber from a nearby demolished building which he wish me to upcycle. This timber is in sheet plywood form (100 no. sheets, 1200mm x 2400mm, 18mm thick) and additionally, 300 no. square section softwood timber lengths (50mm x50mm x 2500mm length). A client hopes that these materials alone will be enough to create an exciting, modern space that both stores and displays the books and provides an ideal space for client to enjoy them.

PROJECT 01 | 05


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FURNITURE TRANSITION

The opportunity to adjust the intensity of the room by extending the objects from minimal to their full potential

PROJECT 01 | 07


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DESIGN INFORMATION 2 TOTAL FLOOR AREA 12.9m 2 ABSTRACTED FLOOR BY DESIGN WHEN NOT IN USE 2.79m 2 ABSTRACTED FLOOR BY DESIGN WHEN IN USE 6.4m TOTAL BOOK CAPACITY APPROX. 6500 BOOKS TOTAL TIMBER SHEET AVAILABLE BY CLIENT 280m TIMBER SHEET MATERIAL TO USE FOR DESIGN APPROX. 70m

INDIVIDUAL COMPONENTS

PROJECT 01 | 08


PROJECT 01 | 09


PROJECT 02 | 10


LTU HOUSE

By Edvinas Berenis

I had an opportunity to do a job for a private client which was about providing an architecture visualisation image of residential house from pre -made plans and section.

LTU HOUSE

VISUALISING EXTERIOR OF THE LTU HOUSE

PROJECT: LOCATION: DATE: DEADLINE:

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Residential Design Lithuania 2014 2 Weeks

I’ve took the challenge knowing that it could be a great experience and responsibility to do it for someone else as well as great advantage for myself to learn and improve more visualisation technique skills while working on this project. I believe that architecture visualisation is a valuable skill to have in design industry because it helps to communicate design concepts to the team or sell final ideas to potential clients. I enjoyed working on this project because I do like 3D modelling and I had opportunity to model this house from scratch a part from plans and sections. The requirement was to combine three types of materials Stucco, Brick, Wood Planks. Stages: Exterior - Modelling Digital 3D Model From Plans/Sections - Combine Three Materials Stucco, Brick, Wood Planks - Composition - Rendering In vRay - Post Production in Photoshop

PROJECT 02 | 11


LTU HOUSE

LIVING/DINNING

KITCHEN

UP

OFFICE GUEST ROOM

GARAGE

PASSAGE

WC

Ground Floor

CAMERA VIEW

EN-SUITE MASTER BEDROOM CLOSET

DOWN WC

BEDROOM

BEDROOM

First Floor

PROJECT 02 | 13


PROJECT 02 | 14


LTU HOUSE

PROJECT 02 | 15


LTU INTERIOR

OBJECTIVES

LTU INTERIOR DESIGNING AND VISUALISING INTERIOR Residential Design PROJECT: LOCATION: Lithuania 2015 DATE: DEADLINE:

03 I enjoyed modelling this house for the previous project and I thought rather throwing this model away I would like to do my personal project. I decided to design at least some of its interior. The idea is to choose one big space on the ground floor and design from scratch using clients reference images. I suppose the client is a family of four people in total, parents and two teenagers brother and sister. Because of their busy schedules they normally gather together after work and school. The kitchen and living room for them is the main gathering point to communicate at the end of the day. They think that a dining area is not so important but the kitchen counter bar is a must in the kitchen. The client previously did not had a dining table but they had a counter bar which was used in the mornings for breakfast and worked very well for family dinner too. Also they have mentioned that they would like to have a displayable space for their souvenirs collected from family trips. The living room is the only room in the house which provides a TV. They have a ‘movie night’ once a week. This is when they gather together to watch new released movies and have fun. PROJECT 03 | 16

GROUND FLOOR

DESIGN AREA


DIRECTION OF THE CONCEPT MINIMALIST | CONTEMPORARY| NATURAL ORGANISED | TIDY | CLEAN LINES

PROJECT 03 | 17


KITCHEN RESEARCH / REFERENCE / DESIGN THINKING INSPIRATION

BASE HUE COLOUR

MATERIAL PALLET

White Oak

INTEREST

PROJECT 03 | 18

Maple Wood

Black PVC

Pure White Granit

Porcelain Polished Tile


LTU INTERIOR

DEVELOPMENT

PROJECT 03 | 19


KITCHEN PROPOSAL

FUNCTIONS OF THE KITCHEN

‘A’ Collect ingredients Grabbing food products from fridge, storage and take them to point ‘B’ or ‘C’

‘B’ Ingredient Preparation Chopping food. This point intend to be the most messy part of cooking process. It must be next to sink

‘C’ clean ingredients or dishes This will be the most used point after each process A, B, D and E

‘D’ Ingredients Waiting Bowls with prepared ingredients will be placed here and ready to go in to cooking pot

‘E’ Cooking Here will be cooked and while stirring a soup discuss with person in front of you at the breakfast bar

‘F’ Served food Finished meal will be placed at this point and ready to be taken to the dinning table

Red and Blue areas are activity zones Red side will provide integrated fridge with freezer and closed storage room. This side will be organised and focused to have convenient preparation of food and cooking.

Blue area will be focused on coffee, tea, wine, snacks and breakfast making. Blue side of the kitchen was specific chosen for its window. This means that this side will produce natural morning sunshine and the view to vegetation in the rear garden. This two reasons particular in the morning will turn habitant to positive mood for the rest of the day while making breakfast or coffee.

Pul Out Bin Kitchen cleaning accessories

Soft drink storage Cooler

Kitchen Tools Kitchen bowls Spices

Canning products Groat products Big packs And things that are not to often used

Coffee Tea Flakes Jams Pasterys Cups Breakfast bowls plates

PROJECT 03 | 20

Cooking Books Magazines


LTU INTERIOR

KITCHEN PLAN

KITCHEN FRONT SECTION AA

SCALE 1:40

SCALE 1:40

PROJECT 03 | 21


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LTU INTERIOR

KITCHEN SIDE SECTION BB SCALE 1:30

COUNTER BAR FRONT ELEVATION CC

SCALE 1:30

3 DIMENSIONAL VIEWS OF THE KITCHEN

PROJECT 03 | 23


BEAT LIGHT The Beat collection are spun and hand-beaten by renowned skilled craftsmen of Moradabad in Northern India. Made from brass with a black or gloss white external lacquer. The Beat light is available in four variations; Wide, Tall, Fat and Stout. Designer - Tom Dixon Manufacturer - Tom Dixon Price - £285.00 each Dimensions: Wide - Dia.36 x H.16 cm. Fat - Dia.24 x H.30 cm.

WHITE GLOSS For storage and counter bar doors and and back face Tall - Dia.19 x H.36 cm. Stout - Dia.52 x H.50 cm.

KITCHEN STOOL A Stool is the product of a close collaboration between designer Hee Welling and Hay. The aim of the collection is to develop a range of products with conspicuous simplicity. The idea was always to combine form, function, comfort, detail and aesthetics. Designer - Hee Welling Manufacturer - Hay Price - £165.00 Dimensions: Counter height - W.50 x D.43 x H.65/76 cm. Bar height - W.50 x D.46 x H.75/86 cm.

Stainless Steel Tap MGS T45 DF The T45 DF is the T45 three hole with an additional lever which dispenses fresh filtered water through a dedicated waterway set within the main tapspout. This ensures that regular mains water never mixes with the filtered. Dimensions Tap height: 350mm Spout reach: 180mm Spout height: 205mm

Northwest Black Manufacturer - Richlite Company Architonic id - 1222933

Parklex Skin Finish | Natural Ayous Manufacturer Parklex Architonic id 1260480

HE BOTTLE GRINDER The Bottle grinders designed by the Norm Architects separate themselves from traditional mills both by their design and usability. The grinding mechanism is situated on the top part of the mill, so that spices won’t fall on the table.

Porcelain Floor Tiles White Gloss Marble Effect

Designer - Norm Manufacturer - Menu Price - 59.99 Euro Dimensions: Height 20,5 cm Diameter 8 cm

Quartz Worktops White polished

MIELE Neff Built-in Induction Hob Dimensions: Model - T45D90X2 W: 892mm x H: 56mm x D: 342mm

- Oven H 6461 BP Dimensions: W.595 x H.456 D.570 mm - Microwave H 6461 BP Dimensions: W.595 x H.456 D.570 mm - Coffee machine CVA 6401 Dimensions: W.595 x H.452 D.487 mm

PROJECT 03 | 24


LTU INTERIOR

PROJECT 03 | 25


LIVING ROOM RESEARCH / REFERENCE / DESIGN THINKING

PROJECT 03 | 26


LTU INTERIOR

PROJECT 03 | 27


WALL FURNITURE PROPOSAL CUSTOM-MADE WALL FURNITURE FUNCTION

Wall Unit Hang Brackets Soft Close Blum Hinges TV Niche - Black Matte (same material as in kitchen) TV hanging on brackets Cupboard Stays Mechanism Fire Place On Its Own Wall Bracket Blum Soft Close Drawer Slides 400mm

Tall Wall Unit(in mm.) H.1600 W.770 D.400 4x Units

Door (in mm.) H.1554 W.764 D.18 4X Doors

Units Above Tv (mm) H.520 W.770 D.400 2X Units

Door (in mm.) H.514 W.764 D.18 2X Doors

Units Below Tv (mm) H.300 W.770 D.400 2X Units

WALL FURNITURE FRONT ELEVATION SCALE 1:40

PROJECT 03 | 28

Door (in mm.) H.294 W.764 D.18 2X Doors

Base Unit (in mm.) H.300 W.770 D.400

WALL FURNITURE SECTION BB

Door (in mm.) H.394 W.764 D.18 6X Doors

WALL FURNITURE SECTION AA


LTU INTERIOR

PROJECT 03 | 29


PROJECT 03 | 30


SHELF FURNITURE PROPOSAL LTU INTERIOR

CUSTOM-MADE SHELVES, ITS PURPOSE AND FUNCTIONS

CABLES THROUGH PIPE TENON MORTISE

INTEGRATED DOCKING CHARGER easy conversation

easy conversation

The main feature and focal point for a living room area is a custom made wall furniture which will provide closed storage, a space for TV and fireplace and a bit of space for displayable items such as books and speakers. The ceiling above wall furniture is dropped down to win some space for integrated projection screen which is controlled by remote contr. The sofas are not just arranged for best possible convenient conversations but also to have a space at the back for reading books which will provide reading light with a coffee table.

SHELF FURNITURE FRONT ELEVATION SCALE 1:40

The dinning area should be another gathering area for family. The way I designed this area is to have three different focal points. The 1st main focal point are people in front then 2nd focal point is souvenirs on the shelves and 3rd focal point is a TV. I felt that the living area and dinning area needed some separation and I designed shelves for that. The shelves are designed to not abstract much the natural day light for living area. A client has a very lovely tradition of collecting souvenirs from the countries where family have visit. So this shelf will hold the souvenirs and set the family in a very good memories and conversations while they having a dinner.

SHELF FURNITURE SIDE ELEVATION

SCALE 1:40

PROJECT 03 | 31


VISUALS OF LTU INTERIOR

PROJECT 03 | 32


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VISUALS OF LTU INTERIOR

PROJECT 03 | 34


LTU INTERIOR

PROJECT 03 | 35


PROJECT 03 | 36


LTU INTERIOR

PROJECT 03 | 37


LTU INTERIOR

PROJECT 03 | 38


PROJECT 03 | 39


PROJECT 04 | 40


TWINS

TWINS A PLACE APART A way to live together yet separately, expressing individuality PROJECT: LOCATION: DATE: DEADLINE:

Residential Design London, UK 2012 3 Weeks

04 Task: The client has recently adopted two seven year old boys, identical twins. The boys grew up in a favela (shanty town) in Sao Paulo without parents and are very independent and spirited. The client feels that the boys need their own space, somehow apart from the rest of the house, somewhere that they can call their own. The children can then integrate with the rest of the household when and as they please. The client has purchased two Victorian terrace houses which are intended to become their sole family home. The client wants to design the twins space, somewhere they can sleep, play, complete school work etc, somewhere they feel is theirs, somehow separate from the rest of the house. The house currently has a traditional UK room layout, lounge, kitchen bedrooms etc, although the requirement is only to design the twins room (the client will fit out his bedroom, the kitchen, lounge etc himself) client is happy for you to decide where these other activities occurs within the house. The twins are friends but want their own space, they don’t dress the same or have the same likes, they want to be two different people, they just happen to look identical. A design should include all the facilities of a bedroom (beds, storage etc) and a children’s study (for school work) and allow for the children to play.

PROJECT 04 | 41


TWINS

Traditional favela house shape

To create an additional space for bedrooms and to get an extra access to the other premises I stretch one side of the wall

By stretching this wall it will provide an additional entrance to the space above the bedrooms.

PROJECT 04 | 42

Duplicate to have two bedrooms

Insert those twin blocks into Victoria style building and rise them up to the first floor

At this point I have two bedrooms for twins. The next stage is to create other premises.

Bedrooms will have a window each with interior view to the ground floor where twins will be able to interact with their new parents and gradually adopt to a new environment on the ground floor

Separate entrances in to the boys bedrooms. Use plywood and timber for structure and for representing cheapness and simplicity

Bedrooms will have an each access to the transition floor above the bedrooms. The transition floor will provide other access such as boys bathroom, original house staircase, boys closet on the loft floor.

Make an opening in between blocks for entrance from ground floor

Instead of having two entrance, create a single entrance from the ground floor to the twin blocks on the first floor

Structure inside of the Victorian terrace houses


PROJECT 04 | 43


Plywood Sheets

Plastered In Concrete Finish Timber and metal structure covered in 18mm plywood sheets. Screwing plywood to the timber structure will show lots of screw heads. Nailing plywood instead may prevent squeaking sound when walking. The solution could be screwing heads a bit dipper in to plywood and then covering screw heads with a plywood buttons this will consume more time and money for labour work

The total area of plywood for this structure is 102 square mitres. The 36 sheets of plywood are used for this whole structure. The 13 sheets for platforms and 23 for partitions. Plywood dimensions: 18mm x 1220mm x 2440mm Price per one sheet £19.20 Total for 36 sheets: £691.20

Timber Partitions The total of 68 timbers are used for partition carcass.

Plastered In Concrete Finish The white areas showing in illustration is a plasterboards screwed to floor joists and then plastered on top in concrete finish

The 46 timbers are in size of 47mm x 100mm x 2400mm priced at £4.30 each The 22 timbers in size of 47mm x 75mm x 2400mm priced at £3.48

Timber Partition Partitions of timber are in two different sizes

The total coast for Carcass timber £274.36

The partition timbers highlighted darker in illustration are 47mm x 100mm, 2’’x 4’’ Timber Joists The 73 planks are used for the structure floor. The size of timber is 47mm x 225mm 2400mm priced at £9.20 each

The partition timbers highlighted lighter in illustration are 47mm x 75mm, 2’’x 3’’

The total price for timber joists £671.60

Steel Metal Support An excising window will be kept and here is a demonstration of the solution for that. The support metal will be placed on the inner brick wall and the steel metal running across house will be rested inside of that support. Both metals will be tighten with the bolts.

Concrete Lintels 4 concrete lintels need to be used for additional openings in the house and to support metal beams in some areas. 3 concrete lintels in size of 100mm x 140mm x 1500mm priced at £15.18 and 1 lintel of 140mm x 215mm x 2700mm priced at £113 Total: £158.54

Steel Beams 3 metal beams of 8 inch running 7200mm in lenght 2 metal support beams for 8 inch beam 1400mm in lenght 1 metal suport in opening 1200mm

PROJECT 04 | 44

Concrete Lintel Concrete lintel is placed on the inner brick wall above the window on the ground floor. Steel beam is placed on the concrete lintel

Timber Joists One end of timber joist will rest inside of steel metal beam and the other end of joist will be mount and screwed on to metal bracket. Metal bracket will be fixed in between bricks. Size of joist 47mm x 206mm, 2’’x 8’’


TWINS

Plywood Sheet 18mm

Timber Partition

Timber Floor Joists

Metal Steel Beams

Loft Space

Children Plying Area

Kids Multipurp.Stor.

Children Bath / Toilet

En-suit / Closet

Kids Changing Room

Parents Bedroom

Child Bedroom

Entry to staircase

Entrance To Bedrooms

Child Bedroom

Ground Floor WC

Office Room

Laundry / Utility

Guest Area

Kitchen / Dinning Area

Single Entrance

EXPLODED ISOMETRIC STRUCTURE

EXPLODED ISOMETRIC ZONING PROJECT 04 | 45


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PROJECT 04 | 47


INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE portfolio vol.01

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READING ROOM design a space which celebrates act of reading

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EDVINAS BERENIS

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LTU HOUSE visualising ltu house exterior

INTERIORARCHITECTURE LTU INTERIOR DESIGN design modern interior space

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INTERIORARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO VOL. 01

TWINS A PLACE APART awaytolivetogetheryetseparately,expressingindividuality

Interior architecture | Interior Design portfolio by Edvinas Berenis  
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