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ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO By Evrydiki Markaki


Everything You can Imagine is Real

Pablo Picasso


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ONTENTS

• • 1

Bio Digital Design | Water as a new Ground

• 2

Urban Project | ‘‘Drifting Through Different Eras’

• 3

Adapt & Extend | ‘‘Contemporizing the Past’’

• 4

Dissertation | ‘‘A journey through the artifacts of Minoan Civilization’’

• 5

International Regeneration | ‘‘Saving the Future, by Utilizing the Past’’

• 6

Managment Practice & Law | ‘‘Critical Thinking Model’’

• 7

Work Experience

• 8

Additional Skills

• 9

Fabrication & Digital Design Workshops

• 10

Personal Interests

• 11

Recommendation Letters


1 W

AT E R

AS

A

NEW

GROUND

Unit

Bio Digital Design, The Age of Entaglement

Stage

Second Year, Part 2, 2nd Semester Project

Location

Shanghai, China

Brief

Floating Communities on the seaside of Shanghai

Key

Break Water Barrier

Activities

Residences Relaxation & Educational Zones Gardens Vertical & Horizontal Food Production Aquaculture Green Energy Production

Responce

The aim of the project is to create an adaptation and mitigation strategy for the city of Shanghai which faces gradual rise of the sea levels. Except the flooding problem that will get even worse in the near future, Shanghai has also to deal with other very important urban issues. The rapid growth of population and spread of the city, the extensive build of skyscrapers without enough open-space which leads to a lack of green and agricultural areas and loss of environmental quality. Firstly I am designing floating structures where I am proposing a variety of functions such as residences, food production and breakwater barriers . They would be able to produce their own energy via solar panels and wind generators, in order to keep the ‘’Floating city’’ alive and working. In a second phase, the small floating communities could expand and become completely autonomous.

Ground Beetle

Water Spider

ANALYSIS OF FLOATING ORGANISMS AS DESIGN & STRUCTURAL INSPIRATION


URBAN ISSUES

WATCHING THE FLOODED CITY 2150

IN SHANGHAI 1920

2020

2120

BUILDINGS

2020 19 MILLION

Amazon Water Lily

2120 22 MILLION BUILDINGS

OPEN & AGRICULTURAL AREAS

OPEN AGRICULTURAL AREAS

WATER

WATER

THE URBAN ISSUE


CEPT MASTERPLAN GROWTH STRATEGY

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2050

NCEPT MASTERPLAN GROWTH STRATEGY

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CONCEPT CONCEPTMASTERPLAN MASTERPLAN GROWTH GROWTH STRATEGY STRATEGY

Phase 3

2150

Phase23 Phase

2150 2100 Phase 3

Phase 2 Phase 1

2100 Phase 2 2100 2050

Phase 1

2050 Phase 1 2050

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2150

Phase Phase 3 3

2150 2150

Phase Phase 2 2

2100 2100

Phase Phase 1 1

2050 2050

2050

2050

2050 2050

CONCEPTUAL MASTERPLAN

These floating structures could accommodate 15,000 people in 2050 and would be food and energy sustainable

MASTERPLAN SYNTHESIS

W W


INTEGRATED MULTI-TROPHIC AQUACULTURE

The project OMEGA (Offshore Membrane Enclosures for Growing Algae) developed at NASA by Jonathan Trent grows algae on the sea. Algae grows with the help of sun on floating modWATER BARRIER

ules filled with waste water and CO2 from the city. The algae proceeds into biofuels, animal feed, fertilizer and other products

NASA, 2012

Integrated

multi-trophic

aquaculture

(IMTA) provides the byproducts outputs (waste, leftover feed, nutriens) from one aquatic species as inputs (fetilizers, food) FLOATING PARK

RESIDENTIAL MODULE

for another.


WATER AS A NEW GROUND EVRYDIKI MARKAKI 15022581

VARIOUS FUNCTIONS

HOUSING

PUZZLE-LIKE ARRANGEMENT

HORTICULTURE FARMING AQUAFARMING ENERGY PRODUCTION

ADAPTABLE NETWORKS

PUBLIC SPACES

DYNAMIC & FLEXIBLE COMMUNITIES

BUILDING UP A DYNAMIC CITY WITH FLEXIBLE STRUCTURE. WHEN A FUNCTION CAN NOT SATISFY THE COMMUINITIE’S NEEDS IT CAN BE REPLACED WITH A DIFFETENT ONE.

NETWORKS WHICH CAN CHANGE IN LENGHT, CREATING MORE OR LESS PRIVACY, LONGER OR SHORTER DISTANCE FROM PUBLIC FUNCTIONS

THE OLD ONE CAN BE REUSED BY A DIFFERENT COMMUNITY

LAYERS, FUNCTIONS & TYPOLOGIES OF FLOATING COMMUNITIES

MODULES’ SYNTHESIS


WALKING ON THE ELEVATED GREEN PATHS 2050

PLANS

FLATS CIRCULATION LIFTS

FOOD MARKET & RESTAURANT

GARDENS

RELAXATION SPACE

ELEVATED PATH

SECTION

/ LIBRARY

-2

-1

0

1

2

3

4

FINAL DRAWINGS


DESIGN PRINCIPLES

Smooth & aerodynamic shape for the wind and waves to pass by smoothly.

Dome with wavy curves to assist the rainwater collection, inspired by the fog basking beetle.

ENVIRONMENTAL

WATER FILTRATION

SUN LIGHT

THE LIVING MACHINE

Ecological

RADIATION ANALYSIS

designed

treatment

de-

signed to mimic the cleasing functions of tidal wetlands. Operates outdors in

USING GRASSHOPPER & LADYBUG

tropical or temperate climates. Water enters the primary tank, after passing through various tanks

DIFFERENT PLANS

with micro-

scopic plants and animals, clean water leaves the system.

BASIC

STRATEGIES FOR BUOYANCY, LIGHTING, VENTILATION & RAINWATER COLLECTION

ENVIRONMENTAL ENVIRONMENTAL ENVIRONMENTAL SUN LIGHT SUN LIGHT SUN LIGHT

OPTIMIZATION 1

RADIATION RADIATION ANALYSIS RADIATION ANALYSIS ANALYSIS USING GRASSHOPPER USING GRASSHOPPER & LADYBUG USING GRASSHOPPER & LADYBUG & LADYBUG

DIFFERENTDIFFERENT PLANS DIFFERENT PLANS PLANS

SECTION

SECTION

SECTION

NATURAL LIGHT NATURAL & VENTILATION LIGHT NATURAL & VENTILAT LIGH BASIC

BASIC

BASIC

OPTIMIZATION 2 FINAL PLANOPTIMIZATION OPTIMIZATION 1 OPTIMIZATION 1 1 O2

O2

O2 O2

O2

O2

O2

O2

O2

O2

OPTIMIZATION OPTIMIZATION 2 OPTIMIZATION 2 2 FINAL PLAN

FINAL PLAN

FINAL PLAN

SUNRADIATION ANALYSIS USING GRASSHOPPER & LADYBUG

21 DE


DESIGN INSPIRATION FROM THE SNOWFLAKES & THE WATERLILY

1/10 1/20 DETAILS

& 1/5 DETAILS


2 D

R IFTING THROUGH DIFFERENT ERAS

Project

Urban Design

Stage

Third Year, Part 1, 2nd Semester Project

Location

Rochester, Kent, England

Brief

School of Music and Fine Arts

Key spaces

Gallery

A

Public space

A

Cafe

A

Educational

B

Concert hall 200 seats

A

Residential

C

10 music practice rooms

B

2 Seminar rooms

B

4 Lecturer's offices

B

Workshop space

B

Library

A

Exterior sculpture garden

A

10 Postgraduate students' studio flats

C

Programme director's flat

C

Postgraduate common room

C

Responce

The project is located on a unique site between a Gothic Cathedral and the Norman Castle in Rochester. My aim was to design a well connected, enjoyable and sustainable complex of buildings to accommodate the School of Music and Fine Arts. The main path in the shape of eternity draws the public from the main urban road into the site. Two volumes which are shaped by the eternity path accommodate the school facilites and frame views towards the monumental views of the castle and the cathedral. Public, educational and residential zones are seperated but at the same time connected through an elevated bridge which acts also as shading structure.

Concept

Division Of spaces

Diagrammatic plans


Entrances

My concept is based on the social in-

Educational

teraction between students, teachers

Public

and visitors. An important aim is the

Residential Buildings

attempt to let them all

Semi-Public route

well defined and enjoyable journeys

Public Route

experience

starting from their entrance to the site

Hard Landscaping

until their exit.

Water

A small artifitial river, sculptures, lights

Soft Landscaping

and trees run together with the main public part of the path which ends up Controlled Routes

in the atrium of the main building.

for students and staff Uncontrolled Routes for common use

Diagram


MASTERPLAN & FACILITIES

The

journey

starts

with

the

pub-

lic path which passes through the sculptural

gardens

and

two

small

rivers. The trip continues inside the main building where people need to cross an atrium-gallery in order to reach

the

workshops,

offices,

mu-

sic rooms and the concert hall. The second building includes a library on the first floor and student flats on the ground floor. The transition from the one building to the other becomes more pleasant when people cross the yellow bridge, enjoying the view of

the

Castle

and

the

Cathedral.

CROSSING THE ELEVETED CORRIDOR


PLANS

LONG SECTION

THE BUILDING FROM THE BACK SIDE OF THE SITE


ATRIUM SPACE SHORT SECTION

ENVIRONMENTAL STRATEGIES


DETAILS

CONCERT HALL STRATEGIES

CONSTRUCTION SEQUENCE


3 C

O N T E M P O R I Z I N G T H E PA S T

Project

Adapt & Extend

Stage

Second Year, Part 1, 2nd Semester Project

Location

University of Kent Campus, England

Brief

Refurbishing and Extending the Existing Library

Key spaces

British Cartoon Archive Lecture theatre Study areas Cafe & Restaurant

Responce

We live in an environment that changes rapidly in every sector. Considering the education; the increasing use of multimedia and the internet made the traditional way of studying with books less popular. My design reveals that radical change through the concept of explosion. I suggest that a contemporary library requires more computer and social studying areas where people can gather and study in a pleasant and friendly environment. At the same time a library needs to provide the public with several private and quiet areas. The new exterior of the library is dynamic and accommodates various functions for socializing making the building an important spot in the campus.

PROCESS SKETCHES & MODELS


EXTERNAL VIEW THE OLD BUILDING & THE ADDITIONS

Double glazed units hinged on the envelope

Glass & Metal panels placed as cladding on the top of the beams

I-Beams, 400mm maximum depth

Cast

aluminium

connection

joins

Perimeter columns encased in prefabricated fibrous plaster fireproofing casing

STRUCTURE


LONG SECTION ZONING OF SPACES & SOUND WAVE

SKETCH STAIRS, CORRIDOR, RAMP & LIGHTING

DESKS & INSTALLATIONS


SOCIAL STUDYING AREA

GROUND FLOOR ENTRANCE

My design aims to respect all the studying needs of the

students

the in

library 4

therefore

gets

zones.

divided

The

zones

start of being silent in the east ly

wing

and

changes

gradual-

towards

be-

ing the more public zone in

the

The

new

west

extension

wing.

part

ac-

commodates

the

main

entrance

the

build-

of

ing with the exhibition of the a

cartoon

lecture

floors

of

archive

theatre. social

and Two

studying

areas and a top floor with a restaurant and a cafĂŠ.


4 A

JOURNEY THROUGH T H E A R T I FA C T S O F M I N OA N C I V I L I Z AT I O N

Project

Interdisciplinary

Stage

Third Year, Part 1, 1 & 2nd Semester Dissertation

Location

Heraklion, Crete, Greece

Brief

New Arcaeological Museum for the artifacts

IMAGE B MINOTAUR

of the Minoan Civilization

Responce

My interdisciplinary focuses on the design of a museum which is going to display the artefacts of the Minoan civilization. It express-

IMAGE C

es my major interest in exhibition spaces, views, lighting strate-

KNOSSOS

gies and materials. The site of the project is on the coast of Heraklion, in Crete (image A). The design focuses on the planning of the exhibition spaces as well as the strategies to display the twelve most famous ancient artifacts of the Minoan civilization. The plan of the museum is inspired by the layout of the palace of Knossos (image B) and based on a Minoan myth ‘’Ariadne and the thread’’. Seven themes serve as guides through the exhibition and at the same time address issues of the ancient cultural morals and traditions (image E) .These themes frame the layout of the exhibition and help the visitor to understand easier the life of Minoans.

ENTRANCE CORRIDOR


Basing my concept on the famous myth ‘’Ariadne and the thread’’, the proposal

museum

represents

the

Labyrinth structure (image C) which has an entrance, a labyrinth journey through the artifacts of the Minoan period and an exit. The visitors represent the prince Theseus and the light along with the sea view, represent the ball of the thread which lead the visitors towards their way out.

The plan of the museum is determined by a main vertical optical axis (Image E).This means that the visitors can have a visual contact with their

landmark,

but

not

an

imme-

diate access. This axis starts from the entrance of the exhibition in the potteries room, passes from the central room where the famous disc of Faistos is displayed and then leads to the big fresco room, which has an immediate view of the sea.

CASES & LAYOUTS

RELIGION ROOM

FRESCOS ROOM


5 S AV I N G

THE FUTURE

B Y U T I L I Z I N G T H E PA S T Project

International Architectural Regeneration & Development

Stage

Second Year, Part 2, 2nd Semester Project

Location

Evora, Portugal

Brief

Revitalization of the city through the Regeneration & Refurbishment of Abandoned Buildings

Key spaces

Research Centre Labs Computer Rooms Workshops Offices

Responce

Evora is a small but important city in Portugal with a great history which is listed as world heritage site by UNESCO. The city is gradually getting abandoned due to the economic crisis that hit the country in 2008 but also due to the lack of activities for young people. The most important task of the project was to deeply understand the culture and traditions, the problems as well as the economic, social and political profile of the city and country.

The second task was to give a new use to some abandoned buildings in the city and refurbish them. After the extensive research on the needs and the strengths of the town I decided to transform an old

‘’Mobilise higher education for eco-

building into a research center which would allow the

nomic, social and cultural develop-

university of the town to gain strength and therefore

ment of cities and for regions ‘’

attract more young people in the city.



(OECD 2007, p.23)

EVORA IN ALENTEJO REGION

SOCIAL & ECONOMIC PROBLEMS IN PORTUGAL


PROPOSED REGENERATION STRATEGY FOR EVORA

Students and researchers could use Technology, Science and Engi-

The 70-100% of the funds for the primary re-

neering in order to transform local products which would be collected by

search is provided by a European program

the locals. The new innovative products could be promoted by start up

called ‘‘Smart Specialization’’ which focuses to

companies in and out of the borders of the country. In this way, the city

assist in regional development.

succeeds innovation and economic recovery in different levels: young people, the citizens, local businesses and finally the whole country.

UNIVERSITIES & RESEARCH IN EVORA


PHASING OF PROPOSED REGENERATION STRATEGY FOR EVORA

FACILITIES DIAGRAM SCHEDULE OF ACCOMMODATION


SITE PLAN

EXISTING STRUCTURE

The proposed plan follows the exCONCEPT

isting walls as a guidance

Use of the interconnections  between buildings b & c

The new structure Introduces orthogonal walls Improves the lighting and ventilation of the building NEW CIRCULATION

 The new circulation Promotes the interaction with people & the facade

NEW STRUCTURE

DIAGRAMMATIC DESIGN


EXISTING

The main internal space of the building is a large uncovered space. The roof is destroyed. The several openings covered or not prove the several rehabitations of the building. Each time the building had to adapt to the new functions.

RUSTED BEAMS

ARCHED OPENINGS

The steel beams seem to be a major structural element of the building.

The structure as well as the materiality are elements which inspired my proposed design.


NEW

BIG DOMINANT WINDOWS

VISIBLE HORIZONTAL LINES

FADED WHITE COLOUR ON THE FACADE EXISTING EVORIAN TILES

The last use of building b used to be residential.The details about the building were not sufficient enough however due to the size of the windows and the interior structures we strongly believe that it was built to serve used of production

NEW

NEW MOTIF INSPIRED FROM

RAILINGS ON BALCONIES

THE TILES

The famous evorian tiles become the motif for the railings on the balconies and stairs made by corten steel.

THE COLUMNS FOUND ON THE SITE ARE TRANSFORMED IN STEEL COLUMNS OF A SIMILAR DESIGN

NEW STEEL STRUCTURE INSPIRED FROM THE EXISTING ONE


BASEMENT PLAN

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

FIRST FLOOR PLAN


ARCHITECTURAL COMPONENTS

The roof is inspired by the tradi-

The rain water is collected to irri-

tional evorial piched roofs.

gate the grass. Arched openings are designed.

The pattern on the railings is inspired by the portuguese tiles.

Floor lighting which is projected on the balcony, creates an atmospheric effect during the night.

ELEVATION

SECTION B-B’

DETAILS

B’

B

SCALE 1/100

A

SECTION A-A’

A’


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7 W Project

ORK

EXPERIENCE

ATHENS SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS Atelier 66 Complex of buildings for the Athens School of Fine Arts

Location

Piraeus, Athens, Greece

Tasks

Model making using 3D softwares. My task was to make the final renderings, some drawings and take photographs which would be used in magazines and publications.

SITE PLAN

RENDERS PHOTOGRAPHS


H&M SHOP

Project

Atelier 66 Refurbishment of existing building (interior and exterior). Change in the use of the building in order to host a new shop for H&M.

Location

Chania, Crete, Greece

Tasks

Model making using 3D software. Furniture and technical drawings.

3D DRAWINGS

αξονομετρικό METALLIC SHED

4 ΧΗΜΙΚΩΣ ΠΑΚΤΩΜΕΝΑ ΑΓΚΥΡΙΑ Μ16 ΜΗΚΟΣ ΕΜΠΗΞΗΣ 10Φ = 320mm CHS 48.3 / 3 1 M16 & PL 8 mm αρμοκάλυπτρο βιδωμένο με μαστίχα - λαμαρίνα γαλβανισμένη 1,5 χιλ. τραπεζοειδής λαμαρίνα SYMDECK 73 (t=0,73mm) IPE 120 2.00%

2.00%

3x IPE 120

4 ΧΗΜΙΚΩΣ ΠΑΚΤΩΜΕΝΑ ΑΓΚΥΡΙΑ Μ12 ΜΗΚΟΣ ΕΜΠΗΞΗΣ 10Φ = 240mm

αξονομετρικό

4 ΧΗΜΙΚΩΣ ΠΑΚΤΩΜΕΝΑ ΑΓΚΥΡΙΑ Μ16 ΜΗΚΟΣ ΕΜΠΗΞΗΣ 10Φ = 320mm CHS 48.3 / 3 1 M16 & PL 8 mm


Project

OTE (HTO Hellenic Telecommunication Organization) Atelier 66 Refurbishment of existing building (interior and exterior). Change in the use of the building in order to host OTE (HTO Hellenic Telecommunication Organization)

Location

Kerameikos, Athens, Greece

Tasks

Design of collages and images for the presentations. Furniture design. Continuous improvement of Cad drawings.

DIFFERENT CONCEPTS & PROPOSED ENVELOPE

EXISTING BUILDINGS

EXISTING STRUCTURE

PROPOSED ELEVATIONS


ELEVATION & MATERIALITY

ELEVATION A-A


Project

GREEN LANES SHOPPING MALL Haskoll Architects Refurbishment of the existing shopping centre. Both the interior and exterior of the mall were refurbished in three different phases. Some of the areas which needed improvement were the main entrances, ceilings, floors, lighting, shopfronts , signage and branding.

Location

Green Lanes, Barnstaple, UK

Tasks

Collaboration with the main architect for the project. Meetings with clients and engineers. Interior design, lighting and floors’ design, furniture design and branding using Collages, Cad Drawings and 3D. Communication with various suppliers. NEW ENTRANCE

EXISTING SECTION BB

PROPOSED SECTION BB


REFURBISHMENT OF MALL JUNCTIONS

BEFORE

AFTER


PROPOSED CEILING PLAN & LIGHTING


PROPOSED MALL SEATING

PROPOSED MALL SIGNAGE

MALL SEATING - FIRST IDEAS


Project

COWORKING SPACE Haskoll Architects Refurbishment of an elevated bridged link which is connected with ‘‘The Victoria’’ shopping centre. The previous use of the space accommodates small shops. The proposed use is for coworking spaces. The new brief, requires the design of a dynamic and comfortable environment to increase the collaboration, innovation and productivity.

Location

The Victoria, Southend on Sea, UK

Tasks

Individual project. Meetings with clients. Concept design, Strategies, Arrangement of spaces, Interior design in 3D.

COWORKING EXAMPLES EXISTING BUILDING


STRATEGIES FOR FLEXIBLE OFFICES & MULTIPURPOSE SPACES

Diagrammatic Drawings

Welfare

Reception

Welfare

Interactive Screens

IT Hub

Small Chat Booths

Flexible & Multipurpose Coworking spaces

Private Small/Large Rooms

IT Hub

Existing Building

New Arrangement

PROPOSED ARRANGEMENT


Project

ATLANTIC VILLAGE OUTLET CENTRE Haskoll Architects New improved masterplan for the Atlantic Village outlet centre. The new masterplan includes: a 60 bedroom hotel, garden centre, restaurants, parking and landscape design.

Location

Bideford, UK

Tasks

Collaboration with the director for the project. Masterplanning, landscaping, branding and logo design using Sketches, Collages, Cad Drawings and 3D.

LOGO DESIGN

Create

EXISTING ENTRANCE

ate a language for entrances

Incr esp

Punchy PROPOSED ENTRANCE ALTERNATION


Premier In

Starbucks

Existing Layout

Aldi

325 car park spaces

Premier In

Brewers Fayre

McDonalds

Option 4

CLOVELLY ROAD

Overlay parking

60 bed hotel Overall parking spaces 815

Starbucks Aldi

Petrol Station

310 car park spaces

270 car park spaces

ASDA

+146.5

Hotel in Existing Adventure Park Freestanding Garden Centre

Brewers Fayre

McDonalds +147.5

Food Court Square

New Road Access

Nike

CLOVELLY ROA D

M&S WC

Garden Centre

EXISTING LAYOUT

310 car park spaces

+150.0

Petrol Station

+147.5

270 car park spaces

+148.5 +151.0

New Parking 60 spaces

ASDA

+147.5

FEATURES - OPTION 1 3 Storey Hotel

•Three storey 2,700 sqm hotel built at upper

New Parking 175 spaces

+148.0

7,910 sq ft

+143.5

Hotel Entrance +147.5

Food Court Square

Nike

adventure park site

M&S

•Simple ramp to accommodate level change from existing car park to square •New garden centre built on overflow car park site with surrounding parking of approx. 60 new bays •New approx. 175 bay car park at hotel entrance level

Premier In

Option 1

60 bed hotel Overall parking spaces 870

Starbucks Aldi

Free standing Hotel with new Car Park Brewers Fayre

McDonalds

New Road Access

FEATURES - OPTION 2

•Three storey 2,700 sqm,60 bed hotel built on overflow car park site with surrounding parking of approx. 90 new bays

CLOVELLY ROA D

3 Storey Hotel

+150.0

+151.0

New Parking 90 spaces

310 car park spaces

Petrol Station

+147.5

270 car park spaces

ASDA

+148.5

+146.5

•Wide entrance ramp to accommodate level change from existing car park to

New Parking 200 spaces

square

+147.5

Existing Boat 9,000 sq ft

+148.0

• New 200 bay car park at adventure park

+143.5

Food Court Square

Nike

M&S

site linked by stair to square below •New access via Clovelly Road •One large retail unit to replace Denby entrance

Premier In

Option 5

60 bed hotel Overall parking spaces 930

Starbucks Aldi

FEATURES - OPTION 3

Free-standing Hotel with Garden Centre in Existing Adventure Park & A1/A3 Units New Road Access

•Three storey 2,700 sqm, 60 bedhotel built on overflow car park site with surrounding

CLOVELLY ROA D

New

Drive Parking Through Restaurant 25 spaces

parking of approx. 85 new bays

Petrol Station

+150.0

•One large retail unit to replace Denby entrance 9,000 sqft •Wide entrance ramp to accommodate lev-

+147.5

New Parking 85 spaces +151.0

3 Storey Hotel

A1/A3 units facing onto square below garden centre

270 car park spaces

+148.5

Hotel Entrance

ASDA

New & Existing Parking 550 spaces +147.5 Existing Boat

el change from existing car park to square •4,200 and 5,300 sqft, of groundfloor level

Brewers Fayre

McDonalds

9,000 sq ft

A1/A3 +148.0

+147

Garden Centre

+143.5

Food Court Square

Nike

Roof M&S

A1/A3

WC

•New garden centre 7000 sqft, built on top of A1/A3 units, built into topography with entrance at upper level

PROPOSED LAYOUTS


8 A

DDITIONAL

HAND

SKILLS

DRAWING

D I G I TA L

DRAWING


PHOTOGRAPHY &

COLLAGE

VIDEO

MAKING

https://vimeo.com/153187303 https://vimeo.com/153187304

https://vimeo.com/153210589


9 F

A B R I C AT I O N &

PA R A M E T R I C

DESIGN Project 1

Robotic hand exploration

Location

Grymsdyke Farm, Buckinghamshire, UK

Tasks

In the farm we experimented and tested shapes and materials. For our project we created potteries made up of plaster. The process was not the traditional, we designed the shape using grasshopper and we fabricated the final product using a robotic hand. Testing the abilities of materials and combining traditional product making with new technologies was an incredible experience.

FINAL RESULT

WORK IN PROCESS

ON GRASSHOPPER

GRASSHOPPER SCRIPT


Project 2

Installation with string & 3d printed joins

Location

Space Under, Athens, Greece

Tasks

Using grasshopper we designed a complex mesh with lines and nodes which we later on fabricated using the information given from the program.

Having to collaborate with people with different abilities and knowledge was very motivated and challenging at the same time and made me realize the benefits of a team.

FINAL RESULT

WORK IN PROCESS

ON GRASSHOPPER

GRASSHOPPER SCRIPT


10 P

ERSONAL

Project

3D PRINTED JEWELRY

Tasks

The

inspiration

for

these

INTERESTS

DESIGN SEQUENCE

jewellery

1

2

comes mainly from personal interests such as architecture and nature. The collection focuses on curves and fluidity.

The shapes are sketched and then shaped in 3D software such as Rhino and Grasshopper. The 3D file is 3D

3

4

printed liquid resin or wax. The rest procedure is traditional. The prototype is covered in a fine plaster. When the plaster solidifies, it forms the mold for casting the metal. The plaster mold is then put in an oven and heated for several hours to the point where the wax is completely burned out. The melted metal is poured into the mold which breaks when cold, reviling the final jewel.

FURNITURE

NATURE

ARCHITECTURE

INSPIRATION


Project 1

3D DRESS

Tasks

This short project focuses on the design process of the dress rather than the final outcome.

Curvy forms inspired by archi-

tecture and light fabrics resembling elegant gowns, are designed in paper and then in 3D software. Having the dress in 3D format generates automatically the patterns which will be used to manufacture the clothing.

CONCEPT

MOODBOARD


DESIGN SEQUENCE

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

BASIC LINES

2D CURVES

3D CURVES

3D SURFACES

THE FABRIC

These lines form

These curves

The 2D curves

The 3D curves

Light fabric is

the top, middle

shape the basis

are projected on

are lofted cre-

added on the top

& bottom part of

for the pleats.

the mannequin.

ating the final

and bottom part

Those curves

pleats.

of the dress.

the corset.

are scaled up and extruded in order to for the final 3D curves for the pleats.

Pleats Patterns x2

Dress Top part

PAT T E R N - D R A F T I N G

Pattern x2

Dress Bottom part


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Architecture Portfolio Evrydiki Markaki  

A summary of selected architecture works as MArch student at Oxford School of Architecture and BA student at Kent School of Architecture. Pe...

Architecture Portfolio Evrydiki Markaki  

A summary of selected architecture works as MArch student at Oxford School of Architecture and BA student at Kent School of Architecture. Pe...

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