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egor revenko

architectural

designer & technologist

1 -124 west 11th ave, vancouver, bc V5Y1S7 egor.revenko@gmail.com 604 : 722 : 6557

highlights 8 years of experience creative thinker : critical : diligent : fast learner : entrepreneurial : imaginative : thoughtful : team catalyst

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work experience architectural designer + technologist

Studio One Architecture Inc. 2014-present Vancouver, BC

Majority of the experience at Studio One has been a mix of contract administration, design development, city processes & construction documentation for multi-family mixed-use residential & commercial renovations, office, heritage & airports. Liasing with the city, guiding clients through city permitting processes, coordinating consultants, & conducting field reviews. Also initiated a revamp of the website and managed execution of the update.

architectural designer + technologist

Stantec Architecture Inc. 2009, 2011-2014 Vancouver, BC

Throughout the 4 years at stantec, had the pleasure of working on a wide variety of projects ranging from interior design and education to airports and industrial projects. Experience includes every phase of the project from preliminary design & planning to design development & construction drawings. Throughout his work, uses sketchup for rapid iterative 3D visualization. Key player in a team dynamic, consistently held in high regard by senior management & colleagues.

freelance video artist & graphic designer

egor RVNK 2009-present Vancouver, BC

graphic design: Assisted a variety of clients in realizing their vision through designing print material, business cards, and logos. video production: Handled commercial video projects through a variety of phases: pre-production: • ideation • concept development • location scouting production: • on-location set-up , strike • camera operation • directing talent • cooperation post-production: • music selection, licensing • footage review, organization • editing • liaising with client revisions • colour correction Clients include: Tourism Vancouver, Dine Out Vancouver, Microsoft, RSVP 33, Velocity Cars, Rad Yoga Gear, Inframe films.

education architectural science bachelor of technology

BC Institute of Technology [BCIT] 2009-2011, 2006-2008


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cdac operations building

jun’13 till present • delta, bc

The CDAC Building is an operation hub of the annacis island waste water treatment plant that is responsible for a large part of the metro vancouver region’s sewage treatment. The building housing offices, a laboratory facility, development centre & computer servers operating the plant sit amidst the plant’s process buildings. The design of the building attempts to create a desirable work place that will increase the well-being and efficiency of the staff & become a beacon on the site. The blue colour scheme plays off of the percieved colour of water amongst thecurrent sea of concrete. From intial drawing set-up and space planning workshops, I have been involved through all the phases of design: I’ve carried the drawings from initial set-up, schematic planning through development permit to issuance for construction. From exterior & interior detailing to space planning and coordination with the sub-consultants, the opportunity to be involved & learn in the process has been tremendous.

done while at: stantec architecture

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office staircase

sept’13 till jun’14 • vancouver, bc egor revenko portfolio

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A new office spanning four floors of the recently built metrotower III needed a feature stair to connect them to create a convenient flow and a sense of cohesion. The tenant improvement interior designers approached me to design and develop the stair. Together we came up with what the language & expression of the flights will be and how this will fit into the palette of the overall office design. The result was an expressed concrete tread with a monolithic white soffit, glass guard and a wooden handrail, flanked by a feature colour glass wall, a wood wall and a third, transparent side. Keeping within strict deadlines, I designed & coordinated with structural and documented the staircase. Throughout the course of construction, I continually guided and collaborated with the contractor to coordinate & solve site issues. The staircase is now the central piece of the office that is used daily and appreciated by the tenants.

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capilano U: learning commons

feb’13 till may’13 • north vancouver, bc

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The first phase of this renovation is to create an open space at the entrance to the library and thereby set a precedent of a learning commons type of environment with varying degrees of quiet. This renovation will simplify the mechanical requirement, increase study areas for students and accompany them with a cafe all while detangling the flow through the campus, placing the library right at the heart. I was responsible for developing the design from the feasibility study thru to construction documents for phase one. Developed details, coordinated the sub-consultants and responded to site findings while maintaining the initial concept. The project is now awaiting funding.

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crd wastewater treatment plant nov’12 till jan’13 • esquimalt, bc

This was a rezoning package for a wastewater treatment plant to be developed at the mouth of the Victoria harbour, where I was responsible for working out planning as per required programming and technical requirements, and subsequently developing a massing scheme. The program called for a sewage plant with an auxiliary operations building. The resulting preliminary design took shape as the industrial boxes set by the required equipment appeared to be formed by the prevailing wind coming from the south.

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santiago airport terminal two

jan.’12 till dec.’12 • santiago, chile

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This was a referential design for an airport expansion in Santiago, Chile equivalent to 70% design development. With existing constraints of two flanking runways, terminal two would be placed facing the existing terminal creating a walkable plaza in between. As the central processor building reaches across the access roads it defines the entrance & exit to and from the airport. As part of a team I was mostly responsible for leading elevation and facade design as well as modelling and rendering the spaces and overall building. Early on in the process alongside another junior designer I developed and tested quick sketch models trying out various massing schemes resulting in a choice of undulating roofs at the piers dipping at each boarding gate. Weekly charrettes discussing overall big moves allowed the team to be involved and have a say in a number of aspects and parts of the design. Due to fluidity of team & shear size of the complex, we were able to get our hands on different aspects of the drawing + design process: be it planning, details, rendering or model studies. The project is projecting to be built by 2019.

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An urban graft is a humble intervention or injection into an existing environment for someone to escape their everyday routine. In this case, I wanted to create a contemplative wood carving workshop that I myself would enjoy. Being an introverted extrovert, I wanted to create a binary space where I can people watch and look outward and at the same time turn my back on the outside world, read and have a more introspective moment.

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This emergency shelter was the gateway into a intensive homeless rehabilitation process that also tried to solve the urban scale disconnect of the New Westminster main strip from the waterfront. My partner and I were in charge of developing this men’s emergency shelter facility. We attempted to maximize passive lighting, ventilation & modularity of furniture creating interesting and simple spaces with a focus on communal gathering spots. Retaining the existing facade was a conscious move that spoke to the aged face of the city yet symbolized the injection of change which this project is to invoke.

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business centre on west 4th

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the public realm: As a team of four, our group was briefed to develop a complex consisting of an agricultural centre, athletic centre, arts centre and a business centre at the corner of macdonald st. & w.4th ave that would meet the requirements of the Living Building Challenge. We were encouraged to work together to achieve the net-zero energy and water consumption targets. It was an interesting exercise to design 4 separate complexes, yet work together to tackle environmental issues and create a cohesive overall public realm scheme. We decided to narrow down the traffic to one lane and dissolve the curbs while inside the complex to set a precedent for car-free living and give the street to the people on foot. A protected bike lane was put in on both 4th ave and macdonald street. We placed the bike lane on the northern side of the road to maximize the amount of sunlight to its users. An overall district heat & living machine water treatment are implemented to minimize the project’s environmental impact. the business centre: Initial concepts were to provide a building solution that will pull people thru to the square away from the street to discover what is at the back of the complex, and at the same time create a roof to shelter people from the rain in the winter. A cafe on 4th ave below this roof is a peace


disturber that adds a buzz to the whole community as well as provides a food service to the surrounding business. The loud space around the cafe is juxtaposed with a more quiet square underneath a canopy of trees w/ sun-facing seating. The second floor houses the main lobby, amenities and the conference hall itself, as well as the office entry and main floor. Solely the offices reach the third floor to ensure ample natural daylight. The conference space borrows the diffuse northern light through the clerestory light monitors. The portal to the square in behind is evident here and will be filled with cafe patrons lounging during the day. The western walls were utilized for creating thermal mass to absorb the excess heat created by the low summer sun as well as create a textural experience to the pedestrian touch. 16

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theatre on main

This was the final graduating project of the degree program at bcit. With the future development of the south-east false creek this theatre is to bring a point of cultural focus to the area. The design objectives include setting a precedent of developing a rich & diverse urban language along main street and creating a connection of the culturally rich street (south main) that is already established 7 blocks south of the subject site to the transit system. South Main isperformance stereotyped as the artist or cultural The program includes two main halls street in Vancouver. SoMa is a concentration of a character coffee shops, an secondand supporting spaces, number CRU’sofalong Main street hand book stores, art suppliers and auxiliary multi-use wing;antique all supplemented by a public furniture and vintage clothing shops. performance plaza. The rich character of SoMa is what I am

SOUTH MAIN 10 CULTURAL VIBRANCE term: winter’11 • vancouver, bc

interested in embracing and celebrating. the diverse topography of Mount Pleasant has obvious roots in its history and constant density. Between 7th and Terminal Avenue an industrial gap has occurred one the years of development disconnecting this vibrant gem of a place from the SkyTrain and Chinatown. With this project I would like to set a precedent in developing a rich, pleasant and vibrant street that shall start to ll the deteriorating industrial sector along Main Street.

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interested in embracing and celebrating. the diverse topography of Mount Pleasant has obvious roots in its history and constant density. Between 7th and Terminal Avenue an industrial gap has occurred one the years of development disconnecting this vibrant gem of a place from the SkyTrain and Chinatown. With this project I would like to set a precedent in developing a rich, pleasant and vibrant street that shall start to ll the deteriorating industrial sector along Main Street.

first level: 1. main auditorium 2. black-box theatre 3. main lobby 4. washrooms 5. dressing rooms 6. green room 7. backstage + loading dock 8. secondary lobby 9. dance studio 10. workshop studio 11. courtyard 12. public performance space 13. retail units + cafe

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Throughout the design process, I’ve learned many lessons. One of the hardest was the issue of scope creep. After establishing the program and trying to resolve the design to meet the requirements I realized that I’ve bitten a piece bigger than I could chew . As the scope and technical requirements continued to demand higher efficiency, I realized that the choice of documenting this project solely by hand was a mistake. Especially, in the time frames laid out before me. Nonetheless, this was a great project and huge learning experience.

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laneway house

term: winter’10 • vancouver, bc

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Laneway housing achieves a higher density throughout existing suburban conditions of Vancouver & was a then-new initiative. This was purely a modelling exercise & proved to quickly flush out spatial concepts. The bedrooms were positioned around the lane yard, creating relief & focus on the outdoors. To maximize the space w/o expanding the sq.footage I decided to use a window seat or bay window as a solution. The stairs’ middle landing utilized a window seat to bring light downstairs and allow for more places to play, read or talk in. With the living floor placed above the bedrooms the busiest part of the house takes advantage of the northern views & removes the lane level from the dwelling. A wrapping window/seat at the north perimeter also allows for a more effective use of space minimizing the need for furniture. A series of pocket window seats bring light in along the west wall and expand the space. The stair continues to a roof terrace which provides the dwellers with an exterior living room. This particular laneway was an exploration of a dwellers wish list rather than abiding to the guidelines in place for the housing typology in Vancouver.


With the new laneway house densification of the neighbourhood this community centre was to provide the central place to gather & facilitate activities of varying sorts. The resulting program is a few meeting rooms, a performance/multi-purpose space and a daycare. The massing took a modest shape to minimize the presence on the south street, open-up and invite the newly densified lane, whilst maximizing the amount of green park space. As the building ages, in place of the lookout green roof a second story can be built up to meet increased demands as the area around the rapid transit station continues to develop and grow.

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3d modelling & rendering

Since first learning to render in school at bcit, my rendering skills have since have become much stronger and efficient. I utilize Sketch Up for effective 3D modelling that can help visualize the project anywhere from its early phase to design development renderings. From there I usually use vRay and Photoshop to create photorealistic images of the given space or building. I`ve been approached by our interior design department to make a number of renderings for them and tutor their young designers to be able to visualize their work themselves. Yet we must remember that computer rendering is just a tool & hand sketches are just as important (if not more so) to a design process as a polished rendering.

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airport pier exterior sketchup & v-ray

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thank you

egor revenko ✎ ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNER  

work up to 2014.

egor revenko ✎ ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNER  

work up to 2014.

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