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PORTFOLIO Federica Heimler April 2014


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Curriculum vitae Name: Federica Heimler Date of birth: 07.11.1986 Place of birth: Rome, ITaly Email: fede.heimler@gmail.com Phone: +31 (0)619851282

ACADEMIC STUDIES

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

July 2012

April 2013 - On going

Delft University of Technology, Master of Sciences

Full time architect and PR at “space&matter”, Amsterdam

in Architecture Final grade: 8.5/10 October 2012 - March 2012 October 2011

Full time architectural assistant at “space&matter”, Am-

Workshop at Middle East University on “EUtopia An-

sterdam

kara”, a Utopian project for Ankara as a Capital city December 2011 -February 2012 July 2009

Illustration and mapping responsible for the publication of

University of Rome “La Sapienza”, Specialization

the project “Istanbul 2023” by Play the city, for 5th IABR

in “Architectural and Urban design”Final grade: March 2010 -August 2010

110/110 with honours

Full time internship at SeARCH Architects, Amsterdam NL March 2009 August 2009-February 2010

WAAS workshop, TU/Eindhoven

Full time internship at ARCHEA ASSOCIATES, Rome IT Jenuary 2009-April 2009 Part- time research assistent of Prof. Arch. Marco Petrolucci for the realization of a study upon the Grande Raccordo Anulare in Rome

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HONOURS AND PRIZES

SKILLS AND TOOLS

March 2013

Software

Publication of the MSc graduation project “A public

Experienced in Autocad, Vectorworks, Photoshop,

Spine for Ankara as a capital city” on the d3 UN-

Illustrator, Indesign, Rhinoceros, 3d Studio Max,

BUILT VISIONS competition publication.

Sketchup, Vray

July 2012

Model Making

TU Delft Publication of the research “Projection of

Experienced in working with a wide range of

Utopias”

materials and techniques (foam, foamboard, wood, polyester, 3d printing, lazer cut)

May 2012 Publication of the project “Urban Boarders” as

Languages

part of the TU Delft collaboration with the 5th IABR

Italian: Native speaker

(International Architecture Biennale Rotterdam)

English: Professional level Dutch: B1 level (Intermediate)

June 2009 Publication and exhibition of the Bachelor graduation project “Poly-functional Centre on Ostia’s Seafront” in an exposition organized by Rome Municipality April 2007 Honorable Mention in the student’s competition in Jesi “Requalification of Viale della Vittoria”

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Acedemic work & research A public spine, for Ankara as a capital city

Projections of Utopias, 30 utopian case studies

Urban boarders, a boardgame to understand urban srawl

Are we the world? Istanbul 2023, 5th IABR

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Aforpublic spine Ankara as a Capital city Description: Urban plan and design of a public building Main Tutor: Prof. Michiel Riedijk Tutors: Alper Alkan, Niklaas Deboutte, Stefano Milani Tutors: Federica Heimler Year: 2012

“Utopianism is ideological when its future visions are projections of an ideal of order already embedded in contemporary society” M. Tafuri Ataturk State farm, founded by President Ataturk in 1925 as a showcase of Turkey’s production, was the starting point to develop a utopian vision for the city of Ankara since it fully embodies Tafuri’s description of ideological utopias. It shows Turkey’s struggle with modernization. It represents the main philosophy underlying the creation of the Turkish Republic, to create a new society by holding together modern agricultural and industrial techniques, combining them with leisure. Its very name “urban farm” is an oxymoron and it shows the project’s inherent contradiction between conflicting forces acting on the same field. How can the strength of Ataturk’s outdated utopian vision turn into a force that can change the future of Ankara and be a projection for an ideal of order in a city that grew fast, but without any bigger vision? To be able to exploit a city fragmented condition and delineate its inherent contradictions it is important to first define it through the understanding of its own growth, history, program, geographical position etc. Ankara is an extremely complex city; its uncontrolled fast growth seems to have left no sign of any sort of in depth stratification. It is a city made of hundreds of separate urban islands morphologically and programmatically independent from each other. The purpose was to analyse them to be able to find a thread that wouldn’t deny this diversity but frame it. The goal was to provide a structure to the city and, along with it, an image for Ankara as the capital city of Turkey.

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Situation

Vision

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Leftover spaces along the old

Urban islands along the old railway

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The Urban project is based on the creation of a public spine for Ankara as a capital city along the former railway line that runs from west to east. This axe functions as a frame of the unplanned and messy urban development. It appropriates the leftover spaces surrounding it, amplifying the contradictions in the city but providing west-east connections at the same time. Being completely unbuilt, it is conceived as the negative of the urban. It functions as a scar for the city. The conception of the spine is not only meant to restructure the public transport while providing public open spaces at the same time, but it is also supposed to give a new image to Ankara as a capital city. To achieve that, governmental buildings are place along it, positioned in the points were the section undergoes a strong variation, which are the points of highest tension of the city. The architectural intervention is a proof of concept for the urban proposal. A commodity exchange, recalling the very nature of Ankara as centre of Turkey, and neuralgic point of trading roots since the Anatolian period, has been chosen as the program. The aim is to study the relation between the public spine, the governmental building and a bridge connecting the two sides of the spine through a redefinition of the typology itself. The main urban concept is to turn the building into a partially subterranean element that provides a bridge/public square on the top. At the architectural level the typology is studied further, aiming to clearly define its shape by the precise characterization of each program translated into simple forms that pop out on the square and evoke to the public an ideal power without being specific.

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Recomposition of the program

Disarticolation of the program

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Projections of utopias 30 utopian case studies Description: Research publication Main Tutor: Prof. Michiel Riedijk Tutors: Alper Alkan, Niklaas Deboutte, Stefano Milani Tutors: Federica Heimler Year: 2012

The “Projections of utopias� research, is a complementary analytical study on 30 projects dating from 6000 BC to 1989. The objective is to reflect on the notion of utopia by studying the selected projects of different sizes placed in various geographic locations focusing on the principles, structural systems and the related rationales. To bring all the case studies in a comparative framework, each project is explained through a series of analytical drawings representing 10 main themes: Points, Networks, Green and water, Infrastructure, Geomorphology, City morphology, Density, Program and Typology. By studying each theme separately, it is aimed to understand each component in its entirety and how it functions in the system of the proposed ideology on the utopian projection. The proposed analysis utilized detouchment as a stretegy/method and displaces the utopias from their historical context, geographic location and scale in order to identify and understand their funding and fundamental ideas.

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Urban Boarders

A board-game to understand urban sprawl Description: Research on Istanbul and De Randstad’s urban sprawl Tutors: Ekim TanHans Teerds, Daan Zandbelt Team: Federica Heimler & Julia Hundermark Publication: IABR 2012 Year: 2011

pheral Development

In collaboration with the “International Architecture Biennale of Rotterdam”, this project aims to propose a playful, yet analytic way to understand and be able to compare different urban realities, united by a common condition of dealing with the question of urban sprawl. The Green heart and the outskirts of Istanbul are chosen as the case studies to address the issue of uncontrollable urbanization on different levels, with a special attention on the theme of balance between political and private initiatives. To what extend should politics be involved? How can private initiatives contribute to public interest? How can a global perspective give room to local involvement? The design of the board game aims at decomposing and simplifying the economical, political and social process behind urban developments, to understand the power of each aspect that plays a role in the decision making of cities’ growth. By choosing two very different case studies, the contrasts and contradictions become more apparent and easier to point out.

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URBANboarders ISTANBUL I RANDSTAD

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Are we the world?

Istanbul 2023, 5th IABR (International Architecture Biennale Rotterdam) Description: Research Team: Play the city Role: Assistant researcher and illustrator Year: 2012

How do we make city? That is the issue at the heart of the 5th IABR: Making City. Ongoing urbanization is creating gigantic political, social, economic and ecological challenges. These challenges manifest themselves in our cities which is also where we will have to find solutions. No cities, no future. And our cities can only take us to a better future if we do a better job of designing, planning and governing them. Today the Dutch are inventing ways to self-build cities, while the Turks establish new ministries and gigantic housing corporations to centrally plan the country. The institutions of fine city design tradition are beginning to weaken in The Netherlands, while modernist urbanist dreams for Istanbul triumph in Turkish national election campaigns. From 2003 to 2012, the shift in both planning regimes is remarkable, but what Istanbul will witness by 2023 is mind-blowing. This Istanbul utopia is not only about good urbanism practice for a just, resilient, smart and creative city, it is also the story of an unprecedented heroic urban operation saving millions of lives from a disastrous earthquake.

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Istanbul 2023 / Heaven situation

Istanbul 2023 / Hell situation

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2012

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2023

Neighbourhood Transformation

Neighbourhood Transformation

Istanbul 2012 vs. Istanbul 2023 / BLOCK TRANSFORMATION

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Istanbul 2023/BLOCK TRANSFORMATION

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Architecture Fair Fashion Lab, a temporaty exhibition at the Humanity House in The Hague, space&matter

De Ceuvel, on land harbour rising from a polluted field, space&matter

WeBuild Homes, an online platform for raw houses design, space&matter

De Kiosk, A food kiosk in Amsterdam Zuidas, SeARCH

Literate and art Centre, A cultural centre in Shenzen, ARCHEA associates

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Fair Fashion Lab

A temporary exhibition at the Humanity House in The Hague Description: Concept design, architectural design, project menagment Team: Space&matter Role: Project Architect Year: 2013-2014 IN PROGRESS

What are the stories behind mass produced clothes? How are they produced? Who was involved? And was the production fair? What do we actually know about the world behind what we wear?  All these questions have very little answers due to lack of transparency in the clothing industry.  The white t-shirt, a very generic mass produced fashion item, is selected as the central element of the exhibition’s design. It symbolizes the current humanitarian problems that are affecting the fashion industry. Everyone has a white t-shirt and therefore feels connected to this story. The white T-shirt is abstracted, repeated, enlarged and turned into a temporal interface, which forms a fragile curtain made of 600 secondhand t-shirts donated by KICI and people from all over the Netherlands. The curtain hides and reveals the stories of five artists, who raise questions about the status quo of the fashion industry and give ideas towards a more fair future for the fashion industry. At the end of the exhibition the 600 t-shirts will be donated to KICI and therefore re-introduced in the recycle process. 

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exhibition building in progress

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ARNE HENDRIKS A simple promise

HILDE ROOTHART The makers movement

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TINKEBELL Save the world in Bangladesh

MONIQUE VAN HEIST Protest!

NATASCHA VAN DER VALDE Life clothes circle

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De Ceuvel

On land harbour rising from a polluted field Description: Urban design and execution of an urban and architectural plan Team: Space&matter Role: Architect Year: 2013 (on going)

In 2012 space&matter brought together a group that put forth the winning concept for reimagining the site of the former de Ceuvel Volharding shipyard. After winning the competition a whole team of experts developed the project to a highly innovative plan on the fields of urbanism, architecture and sustainability. Because of the temporary,10-year nature of the development and the low budget, space&matter focused on developing an innovative concept where mobility and reuse are central. The design of the urban plan and community-driven nature of the project rapidly combine ‘waste’ land and ‘waste’ materials into something beautiful and valuable. These green oasis creates a new on-land harbor for secondhand house boats, which otherwise would have ended up in a junkyard. As largely autarkic elements, the boats will be able to leave the site after ten years without much of a trace, leaving the land more valuable, biodiverse, and cleaner from pollutants. The site, which is now heavily polluted, will feature imaginatively retrofitted houseboats placed around a winding bamboo walkway and surrounded by an undulating landscape of soil-cleaning plants designed by Delva Landscape architects. Each of the upgraded boats will house offices, ateliers, or workshops for creative and social enterprises. Space&matter and Metabolic are now leading the design and technical outfitting of the boats retrofit, together with construction foreman and boat expert Huib Koel. The boat retrofitting process has been publicly visible at NDSM wharf in Amsterdam North from April to September 2013. The boats were placed on the de Ceuvel site in October 2013.

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WebuildHomes

An online platform allowing architects to upload and sell their house designs to end-users Description: Concept development and architectural design Team: Space&matter / WebuildHomes Role: Architect Year: 2012-2013

An online platform that allows architects to upload and sell their house designs directly to end-users. The WeBuildHomes consortium acquires locations on which the row-houses are realized. By innovating the design and building process, high quality architecture is made available for the low end housing market. project status: ongoing, construction of first pilot expected 2013 Space&matter was chosen as winner in the zo-wil-ikwonen competition, organized by NEPROM, BNA and Nederland wordt anders. Teams of project developers and architects were asked to jointly submit new concepts for consumer-involvement in the housing-market. We teamed up with Red Concepts and designed a new building and design process that introduces a design based marketmechanism. The jury was pleased with the strongly consumer oriented approach and the new dynamics in the design process. With our entry we want to provide a high quality alternative for the Dutch homogeneous rijtjeshuizen that fill up most of suburbia. For the WeBuildHomes platform space&matter designed around ten different row-houses. They range from small sized two story houses to larger three story houses up to 130m2 and all fit within the 5,70 x 9,20 building envelope of WeBuildHomes. The single family homes are aimed at the lower end of the market with prices ranging between 90k and 120k euros building costs.

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Paul de Ruiter

Sponge

Studio Bow Wow

Benthem & Crouwel

Queeste Architecten

Lafour en van Wijk

Atelier PRO

KOW

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uniformal plot dimensions

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Meyer en van Schooten One Architecture

Sauerbruch Hutton

Lacaton & Vassal

FOA

Zwarts en Jansma

UN Studio

FAT

Ton Matton

PAX

Jurgen Mayer

Specialist Operations

space&matter

RdvB

MAD

HENK architecten

De Nieuwe Generatie

Venhoeven CS

VMX Architects

Archipelontwerpers

Max van Aerschot

Caruso St John

Zeinstra

aTA

Will Alsop

Yashima

SO-IL

Atelier Blauw

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Coop Himmelb(l)au

Plasma

Patkau

neutral CePeZed

sustainable product library

Mecanoo

Bow-Wow

Atrium Architects

panoramic window

facade materials

open stair

window door

glass door

window frame

panel door

monolithic stair

Vekstein

Sejima

Architektura

BGP

Morphosis

Fabrications

STAR

Behnisch

Wiel Arets

BKK

Nap

Rogers

Dus Architecten

MIR

Arup

Speer

Next Architects

window subdivision

2012 architecten

Borel

Weinfeld

MUF

Bolles+Wilson

Tschumi

Solid

Libeskind

Toyo Ito

Foster

Future Systems

Kundoo

Maki

gmp

Fuhrmann

Kada Wittfeld

Denton

m3architecture

selected house

Grimshaw

Gonzalez

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JDS

FAKE

XDGA

Waardering

210.000 € 140m 2 dakterras Waardering

JVM

185.000 € 120m 2 dakterras Waardering

129.000 € 120m 2 dakterras

Waardering

Waardering

Claus en Kaan

99.000 € 140m 2 dakterras

Waardering

135.000 € 140m 2 dakterras

Waardering

sprikk

Sponge

99.000 € 120m 2 dakterras

99.000 € 180m 2 dakterras

Waardering

99.000 € 120m2 dakterras

Lorenz

99.000 € 120m 2 dakterras

Waardering

120.000 € 160m2 dakterras

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99.000 € 140m2 greenroof 4 slaapkamers, open keuken badkamer met ligbad bouwtijd 4 maanden

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Morphosis

140.000 € 140m 2 dakterras

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Atelier Blauw

type Herenhuis 99.000 € 160m 2 dakterras

Waardering

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Raumlabor

135.000 € 160m 2 dakterras

99.000 € 140m 2 dakterras

Waardering

AMP

155.000 € 120m 2 dakterras Waardering

KOW

115.000 € 120m 2 dakterras

Waardering

Stevens

Tschumi

99.000 € 150m 2 dakterras Waardering

Gonzalez

99.000 € 160m 2 dakterras

Waardering

149.000 € 160m 2 dakterras Waardering

Grimshaw

210.000 € 140m 2 dakterras

Waardering

Diener&Diener

99.000 € 140m 2 dakterras Waardering

gmp

185.000 € 120m 2 dakterras

Waardering

De Geyter

135.000 € 100m 2 dakterras Waardering

Waardering

STAR

119.000 € 140m 2 dakterras Waardering

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Kempe Thill

phase 4

execution design

Matharoo

Studio Jakob

Gonzalez

architects upload their designs to the WeBuildHomes library

phase 3

MUF

Metro

KCAP

Hadid

Diener&Diener

Morphosis

Miller

Lacaton&Vassal

LAR

H2O architects

EDGE

Niemeyer

Miralles

Mansilla

Lister

Stevens

Stern

Takei

O’Donnell

Moneo

MAD

AMP

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Morger

Grimshaw

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De kiosk

A food kiosk in Amsterdam Zuidas Description: Design and realization Team: SeARCH Position: Architecture Intern Year: 2010

In 2009 SeARCH won the design competition for a kiosk on the Gustav Mahlerlaan in Amsterdam’s Zuidasarea. It will be the first of a variety of kiosks to be located around the entire Zuidas in the coming years. The kiosks consist of 1, 2 or 3 basic elements of approximately 5 m2 which allow for every single kiosk to adapt to a specific use and location. The polished steel façades reflect the surrounding buildings and trees in order to blend the kiosk into the environment, despite its contrasting materiality and formal language. A pattern of leaves is polished in the steel façade to add to the shading as well as the mirroring effect of the blinds of perforated draperies that can be attached to the kiosk. This reinforces the interplay of shade and light created by the existing trees.

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Literate and art Centre A cultural centre in Shenzen Description: Design competition Team: ARCHEA Associates Position: Architecture Intern Year: 2009

Located in an industrial area in the outskirt of the city of Shenzhen, the building hosts a new cultural center: a place for music, conferences and meetings. The form of the building, shaped by four main spaces (two auditorium’s halls and two art galleries), is the result of a functional study. This irregular and organic shape creates a sophisticated system of access and meeting points outside and inside the building. The continuous facade, made of transparent brick, adapts itself to all kinds of functions. The fact that the entire building is transparent permits a natural illumination of inner areas with a saving of artificial lighting. The transparent brick facade, reflecting the surrounding environment, creates a chromatic link to the city. At the ground level, there is a hole that optically connects the city streets to the green garden area behind the building. I was involved in the functional design of the project with a special attention on the conception and drawing of the 2d plants, sections and elevations.

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Concept development

Voorhuis Achterhuis, A housing concept for the Veerhuis Systems, space&matter

Glamping, A glamorous camping surrounded by resberries, space&matter

De Rijkskas, A public greenhouse in the centre of Amsterdam , space&matter

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Voorhuis / Achterhuis A housing concept for the Veerhuis Systems Description: Concept development and design Team: Space&matter Position: Architect Year: 2013

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TYPOLOGIE A: DE VRIJSTAANDE WONING Keuzevrijheid wordt in de toekomst steeds belangrijker. Huiseigenaren hebben individuele en specifieke wensen. Dit gaat veel verder dan het materiaal op de gevel. Mensen willen een grotere vrijheid in de ruimtelijke beleving van een woning en een woning die dat uitstraald. Wij zien veel potentie in Veerhuis als voorloper in deze ontwikkeling. Was veerhuis in 2012 nog een systeem met uiterlijke kenmerken gebaseerd op de confentionele bouw methodes, in 2020 zal Veerhuis voorloper zijn in de ruimtelijke vertaling van de moderne wensen van de mensen uit die tijd.

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102 m2 huis balkoon: 5m2 slaapkamer: 18m2 slaapkamer 12m2 slaapkamer 12m2 studio: 23 m2 TOTAAL: 123.000 â‚Ź

125 m2 huis balkoon: 24m2 slaapkamer: 18m2 slaapkamer 12m2 slaapkamer 12m2 studio: 23 m2 keuken: 23 m2 TOTAAL: 169.000 â‚Ź

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Glamping

A glamorous camping surrounded by resberries Description: Concept development and design Team: Space&matter Position: Architect Year: 2013

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Master bedroom: 18 sqm Bedroom: 15 sqm Bedroom: 9 sqm Toilet: 4 sqm Bathroom: 6 sqm

Terrace: 7 sqm Diningroom: 15 sqm Kitchen: 15 sqm Livingroom: 20 sqm

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De Rijkskas

A public greenhouse in the centre of Amsterdam Description: Concept development and design Team: Space&matter Position: Architect Year: 2013

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Thank you.

Federica Heimler 2014  
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