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PORTFOLIO Eva Papageorgiou Marigli March A.A. Design&Make, Architectural Association March/BSc Architectural Engineering, University of Thessaly

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POST - GRADUATE STUDIES................................p.02 #01 A.A. Student Lodge 1&2 #02 Raping Bands PART 2

PROFESSIONAL WORK........................................p.14 #03 High school in Saint Martin #04 Mediateque in Chelle PART 3



#05 Disaster Prevention and Education Center


GRADUATE STUDIES...........................................p.28 #06 Post-Camping Farm

Eva Papageorgiou Marigli March A.A. Design&Make [Architectural Association School of Architecture] March/BSc Architectural Engineering [University of Thessaly, Greece]

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A.A. March Design & Make 2011-13 Architectural Association School of Architecture



STUDENT LODGE 1&2 LOCATION: Architectural Association Hooke Park, Dorset, UK SURFACE: 80 m2 PROJECT TEAM: (designers and construction): Bojana Grebenar, Thiago Jose Barros, Karjvit Rirermvanich,

Natalia Iliadi, Abdullah Omar Ashkar Khan, Hugo

Garcia Urrutia, Elizabeth Cunningham, Eva Papageorgiou-Marigli / Supervisors: Martin Self, Piers Taylor, Charlie Corry-Wright, Charley Brentnall, (timber framers): Dominique Taylor, Janes Blabla, Jack Blabla CONSTRUCTION BUDGET: £80.000

The project of A.A. March Design & Make 2012 is a housing unit which accomodates four residential students. It is the first of a series of buildings that will form the “Student Zone” of the approved master plan for the campus of AA in Hooke Park*. The project is aiming towards a


prototypical and experimental architecture where

design is generated

reactively through the processes of fabrication and construction. As a non-ordinary housing unit, the project intents to provoke alternative modes of domesticity and sociological conceptions merging together traditional and contemporary building techniques, using timber from Hooke Park as well as other resources. *Hooke Park is a 350-acre working forest in Dorset, that has been owned and operated by Architectural Association since 2002. A.A. aims to develop Hooke Park as a site for exploring architecture, the craft of construction and sustainable timber technologies. The existing buildings at Hooke Park, designed by collaborations between ABK, Frei Otto, Burro Happold and Edward Cullinan, are remarkable demostrations of an intelligent approach to maximizing the resources provided by the forest.


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Lodge was divided in two separate

parts, the west and east bedroom wings and the central communal area. The west bedroom wing was oriented to face the south viewsand sunsets whereas the east bedroom wing faces the forest to the north.

8 Preliminary designs: southwest view and ground floor plan of the forest penetration

The building’s boundaries are allowing and at the same time prevent the interaction between the building and forest life. We perceive the Lodge as a prism of a forest, and the openings as the prism’s edges where the forest picture is deconstructed to trees and foliage occupy the house the same way people do.

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Lodge 1&2 building consists

of a post-and-beam structural system with additional diagonal bracing

on both

end walls. Alongside physical prototyping activities,





modeled to analyse its structural behavior and to provide accurate information for the prefabrication of the two main structural components, the longitudinal frames and the cross-frames. All structural elements were made of spruce.

Structural prototyping principle in the Big Shed Prefabrication of a longitundinal frame


Examples of working drawings and constrction details


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Through a process of building and desinging at the same time, the evolution and the transformation of the project emerges through the layering of material.

working on site: the installation of prefabricated primary frames and making the structure of the central part


12 Working on the roof membrane

Northeast view, before applying the cladding, January 2013

Interior view, central area, December 2012

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section : cladding in front of window

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IN OUT plan : cladding in front of window



Part of the cladding prefabrication process


RAPPING BANDS PROJECT DESIGNER: Eva Papageorgiou Marigli COURSE: Induction Studio, March Design&Make TUTORS: Martin Self, Kostas Grigoriadis

Using parametric digital tools, such as grasshopper and rhinoscript, design and fabrication of aggregated components, formed space. The main notion of the project is to create surfaces throught positioning of circularly formed stripes. Simplifying the whole construction procedure, the strips where deployed on a rectangular grid where each component is acting as a construction element and a joint. Parametres such as the distance between the strips are differentiating the curvature and the structural behaviour of the resulting surface.



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A component

B component

Multiply 4 times the A component and locked in the final position: B component

After designing the surface, the loops has been unrolled and labeled, ready to be cut in the cnc (1-2-3-4)

U direction

1 V direction unroll loops u direction


3 loopwidth

row spacing


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Fabricating the wooden rapping band: using a cnc machine to cut the pieces, water soaking technique to make them flexible






SAINT MITRE HIGHT SCHOOL aRCHi 5 prod Invited competition entry LOCATION: Marceille, France SURFACE :14 494 m² SHON CLIENT: Région Provence Alpes Côte d’Azur PROJECT TEAM: Architects: aRCHi 5 prod and Stéphane Ribeiro de Abreu / Landscape designers : Michel Desvigne / Enviromental engineer :Oasiis COST : 27 956 000 €



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A bioclimatically designed building which is fostering a harmonic coexistence and coherence of open and closed spaces. The functions are divided in three main central areas, one intersecting the other with small green areas. The three central areas are located in oblong energetically designed buildings, with their longer side facing the south. The alternation of the buildings protects and shades the school yard.

Longitudinal Section


West Elevation

Mater Plan

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North-West View


MEDIATEQUE aRCHi 5 prod Invited competition entry LOCATION: Chelles, France SURFACE : 3 253 m² CLIENT: Communauté de communes Marne et Chantereine PROJECT TEAM: Architects: aRCHi 5 prod and Tecnova / Landscape designers : A ciel ouvert / Enviromental engineer :Oasiis COST : 8 336 180 €


According to the brief the design of the mediateque complex in Chelles had to reflect a strong personality and be recognizable for both its unique use and landmark location, right next to the area’s municipal theatre. The building was designed to leave the majority of the plot unbuilt and to concentrate all of the main massing near the central crossing.The austere right-angle geometry in combination with the semi transparent materials used in the facade produces a varied result opening a continuous dialogue among its materials. The extensive use of glass panels offers a quality light, which is necessary for this particular type of building, a mediateque.


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Cross Section

East Elevation

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Master Plan






DISASTER PREVENTION AND EDUCATION CENTER International Architectural and Town Planning Competition (by ThyssenKrupp Architecture Award and UIA ) CLIENT: Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality LOCATION: Istambul, Turkey PLOT AREA: 9.450 m2 PROJECT TEAM: Xrisoula Helidonaki, Giorgos Mademohoritis, Eva Papageorgiou-Marigli

Our proposal approach is based on the principle of reversal balance during a natural disaster. The Building consept is governed by the maxim: “Energy is not lost, it changes form”. We believe that it is possible to recycle energy not only with proper planning (orientation, materials, microclimate) but also with the reuse of the energy escaping the building with appropriate


management so as to change its form and use it again within the same building. On the basis of the above, a natural disaster building is designed by negotiating these notions of alternating forms of energy, flows, materials which are in harmony through their movement and recycling. The initial impetus of the design results by exerting pressure on the surface land. These pressures stem from the direction, density and intensity of visitors’ traffic in the plot we are studying, the surrounding areas, the city and the rest of the world. The location of the subway station, the new main roads, the university, the airport, all play an important role in the creation of the network of the building’s visitors movement, that are subjects of study. The artificial insicions planned are elevated in the space “overthrowing” the new system that tends to equilibrate. This leads to “walls - pathways” that offer a rhythm and flow to the movement of visitors but also act as energy capacitors.




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North Elevation

South Elevation

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Main Entrance View

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March / BSc Architectural Engineering University of Thessaly (Greece), Polytecnical School, Departement of Architecture


EC[h]O: A POST-CAMPING FARM LOCATION: Halkidiki, Greece PROJECT TEAM: Natalia Iliadi, Eva Papageorgiou-Marigli COURSE: Thesis Project / professors: G.Tzirtzilakis, K.Panigiris

Ec(h)o is a community of temporary housing and research.

The ec(ho) new housing is realised through a series of different

The community by cultivating and studying plants is producing

modules that can be plugged-in in the various network sockets.

research in the fields of health, food, and energy, with the

The user, depending on the way she chooses to work, dwell

common denominator sustainability and autonomy. The

or socialize, chooses the number, variety and placement of her

community’s inhabitants are all staying in Ec(h)o temporarily,

modules. These modules can be hauled inside and outside of

from a few hours as summer vacationists to a few months

the site. On the site all spaces are isotropic and equivalent,

as researchers. Ec(h)o was designed over the old facilities

although centres of congestion can be created through the

network of a camping of the GTO(Greek Tourist Organisation)

choise of placement the users make. These centres are of

that was located beforehand at the site. The design was based

course temporary and depend on the whim and choise of

on a global idea: that of discovery, emergence and reuse

the users.

of the already existing networks, as an “artifact” of a former housing situation.



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plug in points

networks stable


camping, in architectural terms, is not typologically defined,





therefore it has organizational patterns. Thus, transforming a camping

networks that can be determined depending on each individual’s

means maintaining and upgrading its infrastructure. With the term

choices (such as a PC users network or the communication/

infrastructure we mean the networks – from the material ones (water,

relationships network, that can be formed among “neighbours”).


The combination of low cost technology and traditional farming techniques will give a new understanding of ecological issues, urban dispersal and landscape picturesque.

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Living Modules The residence and working space has been splited in roomsmodules, based on the activities it includes. We design the maximum dimensions (3x3x12) that the module can occupy, given the fact that it can be towed.

washing room

sleeping & dressing room

research , experimentation and play room

small animals room (e.g. chickens)

cooking, eating and resting room

big animals room (e.g. pigs)

conference room

energy storage

products storage

35 Example of modules sequence in ec[h]o Farm

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HIGHWAY-STOP PUBLIC BATH LOCATION: Thermopylae, Greece SURFACE : 400 m² PROJECT TEAM: Dimitris Poulios, Dimitris Zontanos, Eva Papageorgiou COURSE: DESIGN STUDIO 7 PROFESSOR: Kostis Panigiris


The project persued the design of a building wich provides bathing services for travellers at the Thermopylae intersection on the Athens-Larissa national highway (Greece). Inspired by the natural springs in the area we decided to create a “fast relaxation centre”. The Public Bath has been designed as a visible and easily accessed building, using water as its basic element. The building’s morphological elements are based on water flows, whereas the functional elements refer to the “motel” design, given the fact that the building is on the highway. The 7 indipended entrances, opted for the visitor to be able to enter the building facilities directly and have easy access to its interior.


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Interior view: Pools and Sauna

Interior view: Coridor and Pools

The lane along the highway forms the water element spaces: various water pools (mud baths, swimming pools, aromatherapy).

Longitudinal section, to the pools


1St floor plan

Parking view

Highway view



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