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CURRI CULUM V I TA E EDUCATION 2016 - 2017 2014 - 2016

2010 - 2014

2005 - 2009

Tongji University, Shanghai Architecture, graduated Master of Science Technical University, Vienna Architecture, gratuated (2017) Master of Science passed with distinction Technical University, Vienna Architecture, graduated Bachelor of Science (BSc), passed with distinction University of Vienna Journalism and Communication Studies, graduated Bachelor of Science (bakk.phil.)

WORK 2017 - 2017

2016 - 2016

2012 - 2016 2017 - 2018

2009 - 2011

2007 - 2016

AWARDS Lukstudio Office for architecture • Concept design • Construction drawings • Graphic design Alexa Zahn Architects Office for architecture • Freelance assistance with architecture competitions Schreiner, Kastler GmbH Office for communication • Creation of architecture visualisations • Graphical compositions Sabotage Filmproduktion GmbH Commercial film production, • Project related freelancing in film productions • Assistance in exhibition and event management University of Vienna Event Management, • Creation of floor plans • Assistance in planning and executing university-events

isover 2014 Students Contest

2nd prize national stage Austria

grant for outstanding awarded 2012, 2013, 2015 study achievments Karl Kupsky Preis laudable mention, published in architecture 2012 journal wettbewerbe

SKILLS Languages

German (mother tongue) English (very good) French (basic) Chinese (basic)

Software expert Adobe Creative Suite, ArchiCAD, Rhinoceros, Grasshopper, Cinema4d V-ray advanced AutoCAD, Unity (with Vuforia augmented reallity), FinalCutPro basic Revit, Unreal Engine


PROJECTS

CONTENT

BUILDING PERFORMANCE EVALUATION TOOL

2017

MESSAGE IN A BOTTLE

2016

UP AND DOWN

2015

RE - SOLUTION

2015

STAIRPLAY

2014

DIFUSO

2013

PAVILLON AUSTRIA APERTO 2013 URBAN INVADERS

2013

SCHÖNBRUNN HUB

2012

LEVEL 20

2012

BITTERSWEET

2017


BPET BUILDING PERFORMANCE EVALUATION TOOL

Genre | optimization tool Year | 2017 Topic | tool development (master thesis) Mode | individual work Saving resources is one of the key obligations of contemporary architecture. Using algorithmic support in the design process can contribute to minimize resource consumption within a building’s life cycle and to increase general sustainability in architecture. Nevertheless, using the help of algorithmic optimization in the architectural design practice is still an exception, as most optimization approaches do not manage to produce output that respects the special demands of architectural design. The aim of the BPET approach is to include algorithmic optimization in the design process without losing the original design qualities. A symbiosis of increased performance and the beauty of architectural design!


the workflow

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An algorithm can only deal with numerical input, which is why only aspects that can be expressed in numbers and figures can be optimized. Architectural design consists of such numerical, measurable aspects but also of unmeasurable, abstract aspects such as aesthetics e.g. For that reason it is impossible to generate holistic architectural design only with a computer, which is why the optimization process should always start with a human designer,

SHADED AREA

who creates a design concept that incorporates all the important unmeasurable aspects. In the next step an algorithm can generate design alternatives, which still respect the essential components set by the human designer. These alternatives are analysed for their performance in solar radiation, light incidence, shaded areas or view sheds. As not all of these criteria might have equal importance for the design, the user is able to weight

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them. According to that weighting and specific performance value of each option, the user will be presented a ranking that indicates the best options.

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visual evaluation tools solar radiation

light incidence

shaded areas

view sheds

statistical information

kWh during test period on test surface

binary indicator if sufficient daylight is povided

shaded areas on test day

accumulated lenghts of view lines

visual representation for each option’s performance

shaded areas for one hour

view lines for one window position

shaded areas for the whole day

view lines for all window positions

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climate dependant impact on building performance

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sufficient light incidence according to building regulations

In order to assure good practical applicability, the whole tool is rooted in the grasshopper software environment accompanied by the ladybug plugin, which provides physical simulation data.


case study 1 info project | up and down architects | Ivan Matas, Fabian Hßbner status | unbuilt size | 42.000 m² location

Vienna, Austria

climate

top 30 of 1400 generated design options

impressions


case study 2 info project | slim city architects | ppag architects status | completed 2014 size | 15.900 m² location

Vienna, Austria

climate

top 30 of 700 generated design options

impressions


case study 3 info project | the interlace architects | OMA, Ole Scheeren status | completed 2013 size | 170.000 m² location

Singapore

climate

top 30 of 500 generated design options

impressions


message in a bottle Genre | pavilion Year | 2016 Topic | EXPO pavilion Austria 2017 Mode | teamwork, with Ivan Matas “Future Energy� is the superordinate topic of Astana EXPO 2017. Obviously, technology will play a big role in that matter. But will it be enough to lean back and rely solely on technology? In our opinion, facing an increasing world population with an increasing thirst for energy, political issues will be a much greater challenge than technological progress. How do we make sure, not only rich people can afford energy in future? How do we create a consciousness for sustainable and reasonable use of energy. How can we pass a globe worth living on to the next generations? Our design proposal for the Austrian pavilion wants to deal with those questions by addressing the most important factor in solving future energy problems: The human.


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100% The water (collected rain water as well as local tap water) is purified by low tech treatment, a water filter imitating Austrian soil layers will help creating the good and specific taste of Austrian water. The visitor will experience, that this simple method, that everybody easily understands, can improve the water quality a lot and save energy and money at the same time compared to high tech treatment. It symbolizes the high potential of low-tech methods, as they are easily accessible and affordable.

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The main goal of the design is to create high involvement of the visitor in the pavilion’s development. This means, a bottle of purified, drinkable water is provided to every visitor of the pavilion, which he is supposed to return after use. If he does so, he is helping the limited bottle stock to sustain and being available for later visitors - if he doesn’t, the pavilion will run out of bottles eventually and later user won’t benefit from it anymore.


meeting room bottle replenishment message in a bottle

facade consisting of

metal grid for bottles

bottle replenishment

bottle taking bottle filling

water treatment

water tasting resting

exhibition space

staff room

concept explanation documentation

exit entrance

exhibition space


bottle taking bottle filling water treatment

water tasting resting

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concept explanation

low-tech water treatment staff room

documentation

hologram

exhibition

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section

The visitor starts his tour at the exhibition space, where pictograms as well as a hologram tell him about the concept of the pavilion and the role he plays in it. He continues via a ramp passing the water treatment and getting into the heart peace of the pavilion, the bottle room, where he can taste the water, take a bottle a rest for some time. Now he takes the helix like stairways embracing the water filter up to level +2. Here he has the opportunity to refill empty bottles into the stock and contribute actively to make the bottle stock available for later visitors, too. Moreover, he is free to leave a message in a bottle.


suspended from framework

bend-proof ring

laminated timber 320x700 mm

steel bolt connector

guiding rails steel sidearm

beam U-profile

cleaned, empty glass-bottles

stiffening steelstrap

wooden floorboards with counter battens

U-profile ring revolving

prefabricated concrete element, partially perforated

prefabricated concrete element - waterdrain

concrete beam

In order to avoid the glass-bottles speed up to much when running down the grid and eventually brake when hitting the next bottle, a zig-zag-pattern was developed that slows them down on every turning point. Also the chamfered corners of the pavilion follow the logic of bottles smoothly running down the grid. That zig-zag-pattern, derived from pure function, was continued as design element also in the socket, where precast concrete elements pick up the same aesthetic language.


up and down Genre | hybrid building Year | 2015 Topic | superhybrid Mode | teamwork, with Ivan Matas Density seems to been a good answer to constantly growing cities and increasingly limited urban space. The so far extensively used site, located in a Viennese working class district, is supposed to provide new, affordable living space. By taking advantage of a hybrid way of building, the different functions are spatially organized in a way that allows to satisfy all the specific needs despite a very dense development. A symbiotic relation of different functions is generated. Our design is dealing with density very offensively by not trying to hide it, but openly presenting it as a kind of urban quality. The advantages of the suburban garden house combined with the city’s liveliness: hybrid not only functional, but also qualitative.


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dense development

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merging into one body

By covering almost the whole site with a snake like shape, a high density of 4.06 FSI (floorspace-index) was obtained. Creating peaks and bottoms improves the light incidence and

creating peaks and bottoms

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rotations

develops terraces at the same time. Moreover, rotations of the units, optimized by an algorithm, ensure a good lighting relation and make the resulting yards more dynamic.

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juts create balconies

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dwelling

insertion of hybrid parts

school

media library

health care

office

restaurant

studio

shops

sports

restaurant

workshop

health care school

kindergarten

event supermarket

underground parking

exploded axonometry

algorithmic shape studies


media library

office school

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floor plan prototypes

health care

location within unit The164 dwelling units, sized between 50-140 m², are based on the floor plan prototypes and fit into the building’s shape. All of the units are oriented south and offer private outdoor spaces in

floorplan level 4 the form of either balconies, terraces, or both of them. The roofs alternately can be used as common space terraces or provide solar cells.


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The hybrid part of the building is located mainly in the pedestal, where there are functions that require little or no access to daylight at all, like shops , gym, swimming-pool, event hall and

so on. Nevertheless, vertical recesses in the pedestal enable communication between the dwelling and the hybrid parts and let daylight flow deep down into the pedestal.


The building’s construction consists of cross -laminated timber frames in the dwelling part and reinforced concrete in the pedestal. This separation is also made visible by the facade, the light-weight material wood is sitting on the massive concrete pedestal


RE SOLUTION Genre | refurbishment Year | 2015 Topic | re-thinking tourism, escape Mode | individual work In the same way that visiting strange cultures can make us experience things we never considered possible, this project is trying to make us forget all our expectations, imaginations and experiences about architecture and therefore being open to new thoughts and considerations. Through the refurbishment of a former telegraph office to some kind of hotel in the heart of Vienna, the interpretation of space is up to the individual user, the building - and in the same way our imaginations - are dissolving . Classic elements of architecture like rooms, doors, stairs, floors and so on can’t be found anymore, the whole space is ruled by one of the geometrically most neutral bodies known: The Cube


static support

spatial structure

static elements | concrete core

3-dimensional infrastructure

35 cm

35 cm 35 cm

With 35cm x 35cm x 35cm, the dimensions of the cubes are always remaining the same, but they can be distinguished by two different functions: static elements, which are immovable and creating some kind of skeletal structure and flexible elements, whose position can be changed by the user and therefore are supplementing the existing structure individually. Both kinds of elements are available in different materials in order to satisfy the users’ individual needs any time.

flexible elements | light construction

other elements

combination of elements


1. existing room

4. configuration of flexible elements

2. manipulation

4. configuration of flexible elements

The user’s interaction is changing space constantly. What is considered as floor, wall, passage, infrastructure, inside, outside or furniture is completely up to the user’s interpretation, their meaning is dissolving

5. materialized configuration

3. static structure

4. configuration of flexible elements

4. configuration of flexible elements


upward view

courtyard

stand-alone structure of immovable elements

the structure’s position within the existing building


floor plan |1st floor

cross section

floor plan | 2nd floor

longitudinal section


STAI R P L AY Genre | school Year | 2014 Topic | school for the municipality of Gaziantep Mode | teamwork, with Yaniv Levy Award | 2nd price national stage isover Students Contest 2014 Gaziantep, a big city in southern Turkey, has the ambitious goal to become a national pioneer in sustainable development, a huge district following that goal is about to be built in Gaziantep’s suburban area. Designing a school for that district was task of isover Students Contest 2014. Besides the challenge of achieving the high energy efficiency demands, it was crucial to us to create architecture respecting the needs and scales of children, to create a place where each pupil feels comfortable in every day and is able to develop his skills individually, to create a building constituting an additional benefit not only for the school itself, but for the whole district.


To avoid the building act as a barrier between to public spaces (1), the school is divided into two parts (2). It is inviting the society and public life to enter the site, visually symbolized by movement lines on the ground, which at the same time work as caution sign towards passing cars (3). For us, building sustainably not only goes for reaching certain performance figures. A sustainable school must not only be used in the morning and be empty in the afternoon and in summer. So the building offers the opportunity to be used for other purposes, too, for example as huge lecture room, arena for theatre, sports center, assembly hall and so on.

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learning area administration kitchen store infrastructure sports entrance

The site is situated at a quite steep southern slope. The interior of the school is referencing that specific characteristic by expanding the

exploded axonometry

slope from the outside to the inside in shape of a huge stair compound. That way a unique connection to the site is established.

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The interior of the stair compound is hosting cave-like spaces of very different sizes and scales, far away from any norm referring to an adult human being. That enables children to make their own definition of space and its use, they can withdraw, learn, read, be creative, be independent. At the same time, dissolved pillars - light-fountain like - let light flow from roof windows deep down into the space cross section


longitudinal section


fins south orientation

fins west and east orientation

fins roof

solar cells

heat exchange device

hot water collector

geothermal heat pump

The building is adapted perfectly to local climate, fins aligned according to its geographic direction prevent direct light radiation when needed.

Solar cells on the roof, geothermal heat pumps, thermal compound activation, warm water collectors, heat exchange devices and cross ventilation at night make the building self-sufficient in terms of energy.


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OSCAR NIEMEYER MUSEUM

Genre | museum Year | 2013 Topic | Oscar Niemeyer memorial museum Mode | individual work Sculptural reinforced concrete, perfectly shaped curves, breath-taking cantilevers and pioneering bearing structures constantly combined with intellectual debate and political fight. How to commemorate someone who can call all of this his lifework and is deservedly celebrated as an icon of 20th century’s architecture? Cubes intersecting each other and therefore creating exciting views within their chronological sequence, pending above a generous multipurpose space - this constellation is supposed to offer perfect preconditions for curators to communicate and correlate Niemeyer’s impressive life in a proper way


Lobby

bearing structure

general exhibition

Niemeyer exhibition

tickets, cloak room, WC

cafe

library

shop

office

perforated wall

infrastructure

site plan | Karlsplatz, Vienna


Natural light plays a decisive role for the design. Light-cubes in the roof and perforated walls at the edges of the general exhibition space split direct radiation, resulting in just diffuse light arriving in the exhibition space. Hard shadows don’t exist there, a surreal atmosphere is generated, allowing the visitor to create a mental distance to the site and diving into another world - the world of Oscar Niemeyer

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The spatial configuration of the cubes is constantly producing interesting views into neighbouring rooms. The overlapping of spaces, the accessibility of the roofs as well as their position within the outer skin completely blur the perception of what’s inside and outside. The cubes can be seen as solitaires as well as an ensemble, borders loose their sharpness, they are become diffuse


library

exhibition

exhibition

exhibition exhibition

projections

inside a cube

floor plan level 2

Shop

office

exhibition

exhibition

floor plan level 3

entrance


laminated safety glass balustrade 2x10mm

steel RHS 120x120x8mm

envelope of a box

polished reinforced screed 50mm polythene separating layer impact-sound insulation mineral-fibre 15mm oriented-strand board 20mm glued-laminated timber grillage 180mm oriented-strand board 20mm plasterboard 20mm glued-laminated timber 60x40mm mounting for lamp Prediger suspended ceiling plasterboard 20mm

polished reinforced screed 50mm polythene separating layer impact-sound insulation mineral-fibre 15mm oriented-strand board 20mm glued-laminated timber grillage 180mm inbetween: LLUB LED Backlight 200x200 installation layer 20mm methacrylate panel 10mm

structure of a box

plasterboard 2x20mm inbetween metal stud profil CW120 suspension steel CHS Ă˜ 4mm plasterboard 2x20mm

steel RHS 120x120x8mm


PAVILLON AUSTRIA Genre | pavilion Year | 2012 Topic | Austrian pavilion for the Biennale Mode | teamwork, with Yaniv Levy In the beginning of the 20th century, when Josef Hoffmann designed the Austrian pavilion, art indisputably used to be quite different than today. The resulting question was: Is the pavilion still able to satisfy today’s requirements for an exhibition space? The performances of the last couple years, whose main topic mainly was the deconstruction of the pavilion’s strict hermeticism, gave us a distinct answer: No! The pavilion has to disappear, our design is breaking it down, a forest of pillars arises from the waste, the most open version of a construction, meant to symbolise the genesis of art and society in the past century.


AUSTRIA

AUSTRIA

introverted existing pavilion

demolition

rise of an open system

pillars referencing the site of Venice


site plan of Giardini

1. demolition

2. shaping of waste

3. erection of pillars

4. assembling of grillage

5. installation of floors

6. mounting of infrastructure

7. installation of glass skin and balustrades

8. completed pavilion


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elevator lobby archive office WC workshop exhibition multipurpose space

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urban invaders Pro Cable car

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cable car compared to other means of public transport traffic is leaving a big footprint in public life

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Irreclaimable ground can technically be turned into usable ground via injection. But does this in a metaphorical sense - also work in a social respectively urban way? How to revitalise residual areas? By investigating these questions we discovered a - in terms of public transport - broadly unknown, but highly effective vehicle: The cable car. It’s perfectly suitable for connecting residual areas, its stations serve at the same time as huge residential towers, which are revitalising districts (similar to an injection). The towers’ minimal footprint is leaving enough space at its surroundings for public life to develop freely. A perfect symbiosis!

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Genre | urban development Year | 2012 Topic | 12th district of Vienna, Meidling Mode | teamwork, with Julian Lietzmann + Yaniv Levy

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Seilbahn?! So a Schaas! * *Viennese scepticism towards innovative development in an explicit way


That’s the way it is! Cable car in Meidling

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cable car map

arrival of Urban-Invader Tower

integration

living shops gastronomy

tower is ripping the grid

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studio education culture

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leisure

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connection to cable car

concept

conveyer system

housing in ground floor niveau

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stage 3

tower

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Tower C 122m hotel

tower A+B122m hotel offices

commercial 12381 m²+6700 m²=19081 m² park 6274 m²+14914m²=21188 m² education 1383 m²+5731 m²=7114 m² culture 2080 m² sports 1445 m²+944 m²=2389 m²

living lobby cable car

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lobby cable car

train

the tower

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tower

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barrier-freedom is great! Finally we’re agile again

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ground level tower

commercial 3058 m² park 2692 m² education 1383 m² culture 494 m² temporary use


gastronomy

gastronomy

market

bike shop

fashion shop

library

square

market

gastronomy

gastronomy assembly hall

theater/ cinema

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coiffeur

fashion shop dancing school photo lab

youth center ice cream

supermarket

pool

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SCHÖN BRUNN

HUB

Genre | public building Year | 2012 Topic | visitors’ center for Schönbrunn castle Mode | individual work A big car park, a gated sports center, classic Viennese residential buildings and busy streets but no castle anywhere. This is what tourists experience when deciding to visit Schönbrunn by subway. By no means an unworthy state for one of Vienna’s most famous sights. Changing that situation is core issue of the design, a direct connection to the subway station as well as two “arms” are supposed to attract arrivals and leading them into the visitors’ center, where they can enjoy gastronomic offers, have a look at temporary exhibitions and presentations, get informed about various issues concerning Schönbrunn, or leave the center on the “arm” directly leading to the castle.


Similar to a hub, the lines of motion are meeting in a single point, the visitor’s center. The “arms” are picking up the tourists at the key points and leading them via visitors’ center on the correct way to the castle, disorientation is avoided.

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visitors exhibition/ seminars presentations/ gastronomy

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castle

street Linke Wienzeile

subway HĂźtteldorf

subway Heiligenstadt

subway Heiligenstadt

connections

seminars/ exhibition

auditorium

lobby

cafe

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local mobility providers

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square

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Garderobe

Besides only being a visitors’ center, the building is fulfilling

lobby Auditorium Segway rental

various other functions.

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office

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cafe

access from subway Heiligenstadt

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ling by subway, they are heading towards the building

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the surrounding borders invite to a little rest outdoors.

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LEVEL 20 Genre | residential Year | 2012 Topic | combination of dwelling and working Mode | individual work Thanks to the internet, homeworking is not a (technical) problem any more. But when doing so, the threshold of the surrounding environment, one is automatically exposed to on its way to work, is disappearing. Separating work and leisure is becoming increasingly difficult. Both houses, connected by a common courtyard, try to compensate the lost threshold in a constructional way. The northern house is managing to do so by split-levels inside the dwelling units. In the southern house a public atrium is dividing different areas of living, which are however connected by private, partly glazed corridors, establishing a relation to the environment within a dwelling unit.


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free space

floor plans

stairs vitrines cultivation gap to underground parking basin roof of multi purpose room

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BITTER SW EE T Genre | coffee shop Year | 2017 Topic | Interior design and graphic identity Mode | professional work (Lukstudio) A confectioner needed a new design for her coffee shop that reflects her love for organic ingredients and her passion for highquality food. Located in Zhuhai in southern China, the client imagined a coffee shop that expresses a tropical atmosphere and invites customers to relax and recover from the busy mall environment. Inspired by art nouveau garden pavilions, the concept for the design incorporates a veranda accommodating tropical plants as well as light, classical furnishing in pastel colours. The design is accompanied by a consistent graphic identity proposal that connects the shop design to the overall appearance of the brand and creates a unique image for the customers.


The steel profile framework, inspired by art nouveaux verandas, represents the heart piece of the design. It connects seating facilities with planters for the tropical flora and serves as light envelope to cover the existing mall structure. The most challenging part for the

zoning was a massive concrete column in close distance to the facade. By wrapping the framework as well as a banquet with planters around that column, it becomes a central element in the design. A critical object was turned into an eye-catcher.


CONTACT

FABIAN HĂœBNER city

Vienna, Austria

e-mail

fabian.huebner@gmx.de

phone

+43 699 195 77 651

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