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FABIAN PARTOLL

ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO 0220

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CONTENT CURRICULUM VITAE

ACADEMIC PROJECTS

bachelor thesis wt 2013/2014-st 2014 “cerena p.5-9

design studio bachelor 2 winterterm 2012/13 “viewson” p.10-12

design studio bachelor 3 sumerterm 2013 “wooden folded parallel stripes” p.13-15

design studio master 1 summerterm 2017 “saline machine” p.16-21

diploma thesis 2019 “Nested inHABITATion” p.22-26

PROFESSIONAL WORK

Schönholz Berlin graft 2018 p.27-30

Uferhallen graft 2018 p.31-34

Kuwait Competition graft 2018 p.35-40

“MY DIGITAL GRAVEYARD” small selection of detail & execution drawings // projects that didn’t make it, but which are still beautiful. // a few pages so they don’t get lost on some kind of harddrive. 3


CV

CURRICULUM VITAE

12.02.1992

dipl.ing FABIAN PARTOLL, Bsc

leopoldstrasse 16, top 5 a-6020 innsbruck +43 676841626602

fabian.partoll@gmx.at fablhaft@gmail.com

WEB PORTFOLIO: https://issuu.com/fabianpartoll/docs/portfolio2016

fablhaft.tumblr.com

SOCIAL MEDIA linkedin.com/fablhaft instagram.com/fablhaft

SOFTWARE SKILLS: autodesk maya

mental ray render

processing

grasshopper 3d

autodesk autocad

adobe photoshop

marvelous designer

autodesk revit

adobe indesign

zbrush

arnold

mcneel rhinoceros 3d

adobe illustrator

microsoft office

houdini

adobe aftereffects

keyshot

clo 3d

materialise magics

3d coat

CAM SKILLS: -3D PRINTING

-DIGITAL MANUFACTURING

-CNC MILLING

-LASER CUTTING

LANGUAGES: GERMAN

ENGLISH

(NATIV SPEAKER)

(FLUENT, WRITTEN AND SPOKEN)

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CV EDUCATION

PROFESSIONAL WORK

2016 - 2019

2015- NOW

masterprogram architecture, dipl.ing university of innsbruck

2011 - 2016

bachelorprogram architecture, Bsc. university of innsbruck

2006 - 2011

technical highschool HTBLA Imst focus: building construction

freelancer

animations/graphic design/ building design

2018 - 2019

junior architect graft architects

2016- 2018

EXHIBITIONS end of the year exhibition 2012 university of innsbruck bachelor exhibition 2014 university of innsbruck

bim manager

end of the year exhibition 2016 university of innsbruck

2015.06 -10 competition heron - mazy

diploma thesis exhibition 2019 university of innsbruck

indata

2011 - 2014

freelancer architect bad architects group

2010.07-09 cablecar technician (intern) bergbahnen fiss 2009.07-09 cablecar technician (intern) bergbahnen fiss 2008.07-09

carpenter (intern) zimmerei ortner

2007.07-09

painter (intern) color kneringer gmbh

PUBLICATIONS bachelor project review 2014 “The Baroque Dress” the Bee Institut 2016

Discrete: Reappraising the Digital in Architecture

AD magazine edited and curated by Gilles Retsin 2018

computer generated growth issuu

Nested inHABITATion diploma thesis 2019

AWARDS Design That Educates Feb. 2019 Laka Foundation “a call for objects” Sept. 2016 http://www.secretlifecompetition.com/call-for-objects/

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BACHELOR THESIS STRANGE CITIES SITE: GENERIC CITY

YEAR: 2013/2014

ASSISTANT: DANIEL KÖHLER & INGRID HUFNAGL INSTITUTE OF URBAN DESIGN // IOUD // PETER TRUMMER UNIVERSITY OF INNSBRUCK

“CERENA” WITH JAN NIKLAS SCHOEPF

BRIEF: institution: institute of urban design, University of Innsbruck credits: Daniel Köhler, Ingrid Hufnagl The intention of the design studio is to take each part of a building serious, and consider each part as being the ground of a city. Every building consists out of many parts. Each part is connected with each other to form a whole. By reassembling the parts of a building to a new whole, the whole turns into a strange city. Disciplinary context: In his book “De re aedificatoria” Alberti defines two disciplinary problems. One problem is the relationship between the parts to its whole. For Alberti every part of a building had to scarify its individuality to its whole. The second disciplinary problem defines the whole of a house as a city. Modernism changed our perspective of the building as a whole. Within the Dom-Ino House, Le Corbusier unfolds the idea of a building as the assembly out of parts. The parts do not scarify its individuality towards a whole but rather defines the whole as an assembly of individual parts. The parts are known as the 5 points of a new architecture: the piloties, the free plan, the horizontal window, the hanging façade and the roof garden. While the form of production changed the mode of buildings, at the same time it changed the form of our city as well. Instead of placing buildings next to each other (baroque ensemble), the city that emerged trough the industrial age becomes the form of a field of freestanding object surrounded by a void space. What has emerged with the freestanding object is that the building becomes the producer of urban spaces within itself. Nicolas Ledoux for example made it possible that you could walk onto, into and underneath the building as well as enter the building by a large hole that cut trough the solid of the building. Le Corbusier has lifted his buildings of the ground so that a space emerged underneath the building while at the same time he reproduced the lost ground as a roof garden. While the garden, one of the 5 elements of a new architecture turned into urban ground, nearly any part of the building started to become a public space within the 20th century. At the Unité d’Habitation for example, the inner corridor turned into a public street. This public corridor became repeated by the street in the air by the Smithson’s, or became a street grid within the mat-building of Candilis/Woods. Within the theorem of the high-rise, every floor is considered to be new ground. In his cemetery in Modena, Aldo Rossi turned the façade into a framework for a public space and Rem Koolhaas OMA project of the Il Jussieu library, turned the floors into a continuous ground. The design studio will explore each part of the building as a potential ground for a city. By resembling the parts into a new whole, a strange city emerges, in which every part of a building is taken serious while its new whole is strange, foreign and weird.

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DESIGN STUDIO 2 FROM OBJECT TO FIELD SITE: LOS ANGELES

YEAR: 2012/2013

ASSISTANT: DANIEL KÖHLER & INGRID HUFNAGL INSTITUTE OF URBAN DESIGN // IOUD // PETER TRUMMER UNIVERSITY OF INNSBRUCK

“VIEWSON” WITH JAN NIKLAS SCHOEPF

BRIEF: From Object to Field: urban Operations on architectural Form With the description of the city as an object the question arises: How can architectural elements be related to one another to be recognized as a group, neighborhood or city? In architecture the name for a group of elements that relate to each other without losing their independence, is a field. In this course we are looking for strategies, on how we can develop the loose juxtaposition of our cities to a field. The starting point here is the research of Ludwig Hilberseimer, who in his later works dealed with the inscription of urban intentions as architectural operations into its parts the individual architectural object. His diagram of the Inscription, we will adapt and extend with our own approaches based on the analysis of classical projects. Goal is an urban field as speculation on possible forms of urban object.

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DESIGN STUDIO 3 LINEAR FOLDED WOODEN STRIPES SITE: MONTPELLIER

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2013

ASSISTANT: MALECZEK RUPERT, SCHEIBER CHRISTIAN, PREISINGER CLEMENS INSTITUT OF CONSTRUCTION & DESIGN // KOGE UNIVERSITY OF INNSBRUCK

“FOLDED STRIPES” GROUP WORK

BRIEF: basierend auf der Forschungsarbeit von Rupert Maleczek ueber den linear gefalteten Streifen, kann dieser Versuchsbau als ein statisches und raeumliches Experiment gesehen werden.Der im Rahmen des Entwerfen3 entwickelte Pavillon wurde im Rahmen der Konferenz Negamat in Caudiès-de-Fenouillèdes praesentiert. Dank der Einladung des CAUE und der Unterstützung Unterstuetzung von Karamba, Format4, pro:Holz Tirol und Lamello konnte dieser Versuchsbau bei der Firma Felder vorgefertigt und in Caudiès-de-Fenouillèdes aufgebaut werden.Die Struktur wurde mithilfe von Karamba und Clemens Preisinger, von den Studierenden im Rahmen der Lehrveranstaltung gebundene Tragwerslehre optimiert.

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DESIGN STUDIO 5 STABLE IMBALANCES SITE:

SEOUL

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2017

ASSISTANT: KRISTINA SCHINEGGER, STEFAN RUTZINGER & OLE KLINGEMANN INSTITUT OF STRUCTURE & DESIGN // I.SD UNIVERSITY OF INNSBRUCK

“SALINEMACHINE� WITH LUKAS STRIGL

BRIEF:

Our strategy was to create an efficient ecosystem, that adapts to

the surrounding conditions. Seoul has an large amount on air pollution and the site next to the river should function as an air cleaner. We generated an landscape based on the main wind directionheading from the city torwards the Han River. Our hotspots where we placed our buildings, were those areas where the turbulences of the city had their highest density. To get a higher effect we also modifed the landscape there, to create some lakes. Water helps to rise the velocity of the wind, the so called chimney effect. In combination with the carefully chosen areas and the landscape modification we are able to collect the highest amount of polluted air from the city. The structures get sprayed with titanium dioxid and in reaction with sunlight it creats salt. After a while this salt can be harvested and used for many benefits. Salt can be used to treat many deceases like, allegies, it helps to recover infected lungs, and it has many benefits for the human skin. Some say it also helps to release some stress. The landscape with its harvesting lakes is sectioned in different parts. There are open/public areas open for everyone, but there is also the possibility to rent certain areas, for privat urban salt gardening. The Terminal is like a huge three dimensional garden, open to everyone. You can excess it from the river by boot or through two mainly entries from the city. When there is enough salt grown, you can walk through the meandering paths and stairs. Once you are in the building, you can fully immerse in it. You can discover new areas of fresh grown salt and can harvest your own salt on your way through the building.

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SITE STRATEGIE

SALINE - SALT LAKE

PROCESS FOR BINDING SMOG AND CREATING SALT

SMOG IN BIG CITIES - LIKE SEOUL

WIND DIAGRAM - SEOUL

STILS FROM WIND ANALYSIS ACROSS THE SITE

WIND ANALYSIS IN SEOUL

TRACING PARTICELS ACROSS THE SITE 21

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smog „eating“ structures


GROWTH SYSTEMS

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recursiv + vectorfield

RECURSIV GROWTH AND DEFINING VECTORFIELD

RECURSIV GROWTH AND DEFINING VECTORFIELD - STUDIES

SALT GROWING ->

SALT DEGRATING ->

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SITE PLAN

FLOORPLAN

AXOS

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DIPLOMA THESIS ARCHITECTURE & NATURE SITE:

VIENNA

YEAR:

2019

ADVISORS: KRISTINA SCHINEGGER, STEFAN RUTZINGER INSTITUT OF STRUCTURE & DESIGN // I.SD UNIVERSITY OF INNSBRUCK

“NESTED INHABITATION” BRIEF: The thesis tries to develope a new kind of zoo typology. By using the existing diagrams, like prison, theater and museum and fusing them into a new diagram. What I called “Nested Zoo”. Nested zoo is a zoo which ereases all kind of borders, a normal zoo would have. Animal and human space is meregd into one gradiant space. Due to the organic form and the folds an wrinkles of the building. Spaces are created, which animals can take over. A existing learning path is placed into the building, to ensure that humans can walk and learn how the animals are behaving in their natural habitat. The design is a new symbiosis of nature, science and wonder. New materials are beeing explored that tackle issues of climate change with the help of the animals, mainly inscets. Material ecologies are developed, with which we can build buildings that transform them selfs over time. And thus build new habitats for different kind of species. To fit all those needs into one form, I investigatet into the reaction diffusion algorithm. The reaction diffusion equation is basically two gases with different densities. That try to find a state of equilibrium.

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SCHÖNHOLZ URBAN LIVING & CO WORKING SITE: TEAM:

BERLIN

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2018

MARVIN BRATKE, KLEMENS SITZMANN, MARTA PIASECZYNSKA, FABIAN PARTOLL, GRAFT ARCHITECTS GMBH & BIG BERLIN, LONDON & COPENHAGEN

“THE COLLECTIVE” BRIEF: Goal was to develop a design that reflects a new spirit in labour and living. New typs of urban housing, mixed with new typs of working. One can not be without the other. People are living where they are working. The design was split into 3 parts. A coding school underground, Public area on the ground level and housing on top of all. The project was in collaboration with big architects.

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OVERALL PEOPLE MOVEMENT PLAN “FLOW PLAN“

GROUNDFLOOR PLAN

UNDERGOUND PLAN “HACKERSPACE“

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COMPETITION CO LIVING // ARTISTS IN RESIDENZ SITE: TEAM:

BERLIN

YEAR:

2018

MARVIN BRATKE,KLEMENS SITZMANN, FABIAN PARTOLL, NICK BOER GRAFT ARCHITECTS GMBH BERLIN

“UFERHALLEN” BRIEF: Einleitung & Ziele des Auftraggebers Der Auftraggeber plant, die Uferhallen in Berlin Wedding zu einem Kultur-, Kreativ- und Wohnquartier mit einer nachhaltigen Ausrichtung weiterzuentwickeln. Beabsichtigt ist, durch Neubauten und die Umstrukturierungen neue Impulse zu setzen. Dabei sollen bestehende Nutzungen integriert, optimiert und in ein Gesamtkonzept aufgenommen werden. Mithilfe eines Konzeptverfahrens gilt es, sowohl einen Architekturpartner für die Weiterentwicklung als auch ein tragfähiges Grundkonzept zu finden, das einem sehr nachhaltigen und besonders langfristigen Ansatz ohne Verkaufsabsicht folgt.

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COMPETITION KUWAIT HQ, SCIENCE CENTER SITE: TEAM:

KUWAIT

YEAR:

2018

MARVIN BRATKE, FABIAN PARTOLL, LAURENT THILL, VLAD ZANGOR GRAFT ARCHITECTS GMBH BERLIN

“ K F A S ” BRIEF: This competition and the realized projects are expected to become a future model for developments in the Gulf region. An awareness of the cultural and social context of the Gulf, and of Kuwait through previous work is highly valued. KFAS expects forward-looking, innovative and cost-efficient constructions aiming at the highest sustainability targets for a new construction project. The new buildings should offer a flexible and innovative working environment for staff.

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SELECTED DEATIL & EXECUTION DRAWINGS

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DETAIL DRAWING FACADE

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DETAIL DRAWING FLOORPLANS

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DETAIL DRAWING SECTIONS // SINGEL FAMILY HOUSE “BUILD“

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DETAIL DRAWING FLOORPLAN // SINGEL FAMILY HOUSE “BUILD“

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2013 FACADE DESIGN FOR FRÖLING GMBH AT BAD ARCHITECTS GOUP

2015 1.) MASTERPLAN IN KUNDL AT BAD ARCHITECTS GROUP

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2.) MASTERPLAN IN NATZ-SCHABS, ITALY AT BAD ARCHITECTS GROUP

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2 2015 MOVABLE GLASROOF CONSTRUCTION FORCONSERVATORY FOR A RESTAURANT AT BRUNNER METALLBAU

ENTWURF AUSSENWÄNDE & DACH

FASSADEN OPTIONEN

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Mog Collective MartinVenier Entwurfsstudie Fabian Partoll

Mog Collective MartinVenier Entwurfsstudie Fabian Partoll

OPTION 01 GIPFEL

2019

FILMSTUDIO IN INNSBRUCK FOR THE MOG COLLECTIVE PRIVATE DESIGN

ENTWURF AXO

02 ZIEGEL

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ENTWURF AXO

ENTWURF VORPLATZGESTALTUNG

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STUDIE FOR A RESIDENTUAL BUILDING IN INNSBRUCK TOGETHER WITH MORITZ HANSHANS AND LAURENT THILL

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Mog Collective MartinVenier Entwurfsstudie Fabian Partoll

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AK Immobilien Arlind Alili Entwurfs Studie Fabian Partoll

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RESIDENTUAL BUILDING DÜSSELDORF AT GRAFT ARCHITECTS

AK Immobilien Arlind Alili Entwurfs Studie Fabian Partoll

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2020 SINGELFAMILY HOUSE IN PRUTZ UNDER CONSTRUCTION


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Profile for fabian partoll

Portfolio 2020  

collection of projects

Portfolio 2020  

collection of projects

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