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G ESTHIMANI R OUMPANI

date of birth: origin: profession:

03.30.1991 Pyrgos Ilias, Greece Architect

contact information mailing address: phone number: e-mail:

47 Olmsted Road 440, Stanford, CA, 94305 (650) 441 - 5716 g.roumpani@gmail.com

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C urriculum V itae EDUCATION

design software:

Sept 2008 - Nov 2014

National Technical University of Athens (NTUA), School of Architecture 5-year diploma G.P.A. (59 courses): 8.76/10 (top 15% of the class)

AutoCAD

Sept 2005 - June 2008

3rd Lyceum of Pyrgos “Pierre de Coubertin” G.P.A. 19.5/20

Vray for Rhino

Dec 2015 - present

Designer, InteriorCrowd Over 50% selection rate by clients on www.interiorcrowd.com .

Oct 2013 - Jan 2016

Junior Architect, Concept Boarding Elevated the firm’s visual presentation and concept communication to the clients. Significantly expedited the designs’ deliveries.

Oct 2010 - Feb 2011

Research Assistant, for NTUA Architecture in Mani, Greece Systematic analysis of vernacular buildings and settlements.

Oct 2008

Hostess of 3 documentary short films Project run by Professor Wangtae Lim (Dong - Ah University). A S. Korea Living TV production.

PUBLICATIONS

Rhinoceros Grasshopper

WORK EXPERIENCE

& TALKS

June 2015

“Children in film-making: media literacy center in Pyrgos, Ilia” diploma thesis published on greekarchitects.gr

Dec 2015

“Children in film-making: media literacy center in Pyrgos, Ilia” diploma thesis public exhibition and presentation. Press interview for national and local newspapers.

Sept 2013

“Computational Design | Smart Materials : the parallel processing” research thesis published on greekarchitects.gr

Revit Arch. SketchUp Archicad Photoshop InDesign Illustrator Depthmapx Ecotect ZBrush Processing Python HTML CSS other: Microsoft Office

COMPETITIONS 2013

ARCHmedium BPOC | design of a culture pavilion in Basel, Switzerland.

2012

arquideas grant 2012 | design of a visitors’ center for the Nizamuddin shrine in New Delhi, India.` ISARCH awards for architecture students (finalist) | international competition for architecture students’ projects. arquideas LA&W competition | new strategies for the development of tourism in wine production areas. city of dreams pavilion 2013 | design of a small pavilion with sustainable materials in Governors Island, New York.

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S K I L L S

Premiere Pro After Effects Audition CNC / laser cutter fast learner | organizing | cooperative | dedicated | curious


SEMINARS

& WORKSHOPS

Oct 2015

An Introduction to Interactive Programming in Python (Part 1) | Introduction to the basics of Python. Course by Rice University for Coursera.

Nov 2014

Generative Design Systems | Level 1 Processing workshop.

June 2014

Dragonfly | Intermediate Rhino 5 workshop.

Apr 2014

Making the LAB | Intermediate Vray 1.5 for Rhino workshop.

Dec 2013

Random Access Maze | Python in Grasshopper workshop.

Oct 2013

Making of Olive Sculpture Interior | Level 1 Vray 1.5 for Rhino workshop. ZBrush: Hyperskins | Fundamental creative possibilities of ZBrush, as a new method of creating and editing 3d mesh geometries.

Sept 2013

Blast Into Oblivion | Level 1 Rhino 5 workshop.

June 2013

A Bridge Too Far | Fundamentals of visual programming with GH. Imagine Pyrgos | Meeting the city of Pyrgos, analysing its strongest features and following the racks of the now neglected train route.

Jan 2013

Parametric approaches of space | Lectures, tutorials, students’ design suggestions, model fabrication with the use of GH.

Nov 2012

Space syntax. Definitions and tools for space parsing analysis | Spatial analysis of access and viewing, using depthmapx.

May 2011

Educational conference about energy | the objective of 20-20-20, photovoltaics, nuclear energy, renewable energy resources.

LANGUAGES Greek:

proficient (native language)

English:

proficient (Certificate of Proficiency in English, University of Cambridge)

German:

VOLUNTEERING

intermediate (Zertifikat Deutsch, Goethe Institut)

& INTERESTS

cinematography:

coordinator of the daily documentary workshop “Zizanio News” and screenings’ hostess, for Camera Zizanio (2008 - present) representative of Camera Zizanio in international film workshops and film festivals in Greece, Hungary, Romania, Germany, Croatia, South Korea (2005 - present) 1st prize for best film, DINFAC workshop, DIMA university, Anseong, South Korea (2012) 1st prize for best film in its category, 10th Camera Zizanio, Pyrgos Ilias, Greece (2010) organizing volunteer for Skopelos International Film Festival for Youth (Jul. 2009) film workshop leader for the 8th Junior High School of N. Smyrni, Athens (Apr. 2009) screenplay, direction, shooting, montage, post production

other:

Halloween volunteer for Blossom Birth in Palo Alto, California (Oct. 2015) organizing volunteer for the International Pierre de Coubertin Committee (Sep. 2009)

general interests:

traveling, painting, karaoke singing, Greek Traditional + Folk Dancing, table tennis

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CONTENTS

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ARCHITECTURAL PROJECTS ACADEMIC

PROFESSIONAL

PG10MEDIA LITERACY CENTER | 2014

PG71SIX SENSES SPA | 2015

PG30THE PARALLEL PROCESSING | 2013

PG75PARK OF HISTORY & MYTHOLOGY | 2014

PG36WATERFRONT ++ | 2013

PG81KARSYN’S BEDROOM | 2016

PG44FIX IT ! | 2013

PG84MATSUHISA ATHENS | 2016

PG50MUNICIPAL LIBRARY | 2012 PG58CULTURAL VENUE | 2011 PG66BEACH LODGE | 2011

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ARCHITECTURAL WORKSHOPS

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HAND SKILLSET

PG88IMAGINE PYRGOS | 2013

PG99PAINTINGS

PG91RANDOM ACCESS MAZE | 2013

PG100SKETCHES

PG92BLAST INTO OBLIVION | 2013 PG93DRAGONFLY | 2014 PG94OLIVE SCULPTURE INTERIOR | 2013 PG95MAKING THE LAB | 2014 PG96BRIDGE TOO FAR | 2013 PG97ZBRUSH HYPERSKINS | 2013

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“My hand is the extension of the thinking process - the creative process� Tadao Ando

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01 PROJECTS architectural

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MEDIA LITERACY CENTER

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TYPE:

ACADEMIC, LARGE SCALE LANDMARK BUILDING

HOST: NTUA

COURSE:

DIPLOMA THESIS

YEAR: 2014

LOCATION:

PYRGOS, GREECE

CONTRIBUTOR:

GESTHIMANI ROUMPANI

PROFESSORS:

SOFIA TSIRAKI KOSTAS KARADIMAS RENA KLAMPATSEA

TOOLS:

RHINO3D, GRASSHOPPER, VRAY, AUTOCAD, ILLUSTRATOR, PHOTOSHOP, INDESIGN, CNC ROUTER

GRADE: 10/10

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ilia ANDRAVIDA - KYLLINI

159.300 permanent residents mainly lowland hot springs | long coastline | flora & fauna abundance | remarkable ecosystems home of the ancient Olympic games

_andritsaina village

PINEIOS ILIDA

_ancient olympia

PYRGOS

ANCIENT OLYMPIA

ANDRITSAINA KRESTENA

_katakolo port

pyrgos _kaiafa hot springs

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ZAHARO capital city of Ilia 47.995 permanent residents 5 km from sea | 19 km from ancient Olympia | 315 km from Athens international cruise ship port (Katakolo)


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THE CITY


REFERENCE POINTS

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01CENTRAL SQUARE

02METROPOLITAN CHURCH 03CITY HALL

04THEATER

05MUSEUM

06COMMAND POST

07ATHLETIC CENTER

08PARK

09TRAIN STATION

10OLD WATER TANK

11STADIUM

12CEMETERY


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12 09 08

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06 07

03 01 02 05

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THE FESTIVAL

dialogue

dialogue

scenario

scenario

shooting

montage

fabrication

Dec

NEWSPAPER

screening

Jan

Nov

viewing

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screening

montage

JURY

ANIMATION

DIRECTION

WORKSHOP FLOW STUDY

evaluation

award results

Feb

Oct

Mar

Sep

Apr

Olympia Film Festival Aug

writing

publishing

May Jul

Jun

cine - lessons


Camera Zizanio films Olympia Festival films

cafe

library

year

admin

open plan

main uses

workshops

secondary

festival has been taking place in Pyrgos, Greece since 1997 and, together with Camera Zizanio, is the best of its kind in Europe. All the stages of this project have strong experiential influence.

year

Tues

Wed

Thurs

week - long workshops | screenings

Fri

Sat

Sun

cinema school | screenings

workshops

Mon

year

The building program was created after a thorough study of the festival’s needs, workshops and events since 1997. The graphs regarding the number of films, workshops and spectators are based on the Festival’s annual reports. The results of the study were used to define the uses and the distribution rates of each use.

festival spectators

International Film Festival’s for Children and Young People base. The

total area; 2.805 m2

screenings

The vision for the center concerns a place that will be operating all year long and at the same time be Olympia

year

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THE SITE

GENERAL RESIDENCE

CENTER

AREA HEIGHTS

PURE RESIDENCE

In no case is it pursued to exclude the rest of the city from the activities. After all, it is the city that gives life to the Festival. Therefore the design intention and the role of the center is described in the diagram below. Starting from a base – a school, a hotel hosting participants, or another city from which students are arriving, the participants are collected in order to find themselves in the “capacitor” - ie the center. There is a continuous bilateral filtering between the center and the city in order to achieve the desired diffusion in the city, but in a more designed way. The total of the activities’ results gather again in the centre.

starting point

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collection

condensation

filtering

diffusion

AREA USES


soil

gravel

rough asphalt

rough soil asphalt

TRAFFIC DENSITY CALCULATION

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WATER FLOW CALCULATION 01 natural flows

02 flow grouping

03 average flows

Wanting the design to be as cohesive with the environment as possible, the natural water flows were calculated according to the current morphology of the lot. Following the findings, the 3D model of the site was manipulated into creating a nerve that would play the role of the building’s spine.

04 attractor grid

i. main flow VS nerve

05 z axis

DESIGN CONCEPT

06 conclusions

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v. prism & spiral diffusion

iv. nerve break

iii. internal flow diffusion

ii. entrance placement

BASEMENT PROGRAM

FIRST FLOOR PROGRAM

GROUND FLOOR PROGRAM

SECOND FLOOR PROGRAM

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The final proposal for the media literacy centre is characterized by a robust shape from bare concrete gradually emerging from the ground to result in a structural surge in the southern part. This sharp-edged shape embraces a wood-coated prism that hosts the screening rooms and the open-air cinema. Entering the site from the North, one can ascend to the building’s terrace, or continue descending and either cross the forecourt or enter the building.

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The sharp edges on the southern street together with the roughness of the concrete allow for the building to be imprinted on the eye of the passing vehicles, thus intensifying its purpose as a landmark. The hard facades express an idea of densification and sparseness of unequal square openings. A similar logic is used for the panels on the soft facades, whose use will be double: create shade during the day, and be grouped during the night in order to form screening LED panels, advertising the current event of the centre.

dayposition

nightposition

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SOUTHERN VIEW RENDERING ELEVATION

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THE PARALLEL PROCESSING

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TYPE:

COMPUTATIONAL DESIGN | SMART MATERIALS THE PARALLEL PROCESSING

ACADEMIC, RESEARCH

HOST: NTUA

COURSE:

DISSERTATION PROJECT

YEAR: 2013

LOCATION:

ATHENS, GREECE

CONTRIBUTOR:

GESTHIMANI ROUMPANI KALLIRROI TAROUDAKI

PROFESSOR:

DIMITRIS PAPALEXOPOULOS

TOOLS:

SUMMARY The research thesis “Computational Design | Smart Materials: the parallel processing” has these two different fields as subjects of study, aiming at a new way of approaching the design process through their combination. The ultimate objective is a catholic architecture mainly characterized by controllable change and interaction between the building and the user and the building and the environment. It begins by introducing the reader to computational design first and smart materials later, explaining what they are and what they can offer through analyzing their main features. Due to lack of large scale applications of the above presented vision, there are listed examples giving a relatively fragmentary yet currently optimal account of what such architecture is characterized by. A work-flow chart is being proposed, showing a possible way the architect could work in the new merged design process. A description of the new requirements arising from the composite role to be undertaken follows. Furthermore, possible dangers of such an approach are identified, driven by the difference between theory and practice.

WORD, RHINO3D, GRASSHOPPER, PHOTOSHOP, INDESIGN

GRADE: 10/10

PERSONAL CONTRIBUTIONS:

RESEARCH, GRASSHOPPER INVESTIGATION, WRITING, EDITORIAL DESIGN, PRESENTATION

The “Game of Life” was invented by the mathematician John Conway in 1970 and has no players, winners or losers. It’s a “cellular automation” simulating the rules of neighbouring cells in a regular grid. Those rules determine what will happen after the initial cells are placed in their starting points.

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COMPUTATIONAL DESIGN After a short introduction to the term “computational design� and its various categories, the chapter focuses on the gains of this design method:

01_dynamic relationship between parameters 02_materiality approach 03_bridging the desing - construction gap 04_mass customization

SMART MATERIALS Getting to know smart materials, it is important to note the characteristics that differentiate them from the rest of the materials:

01_immediacy 02_impermanence 03_self-activation 04_selectivity 05_straightforwardness

photochromic glass 32

shape memory alloys

piezo


Next step on this research was to identify the common characteristics found on both scientific fields of computational design and smart materials: 01_alteration - interaction 02_fabrication 03_design scale 04_nature 05_energy performance

SMART MATERIALS’ PROPERTIES

COMPUTATIONAL DESIGN SOFTWARE

properties as parameters INTERACTIVE ARCHITECTURE

oelectric floor 33


EXAMPLES As smart materials are still in an experimental stage, there is no broad application of them in the architectural scale. Thus, the best examples of such attempts combine parametric design and smart materials to a limited extent. From individual structures based on smart materials, to kinetic facades with no mechanic support, those examples are analyzed to understand what parametric design is lacking and cannot yet fully integrate smart materials.

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NEW DESIGN STAGES

After the smart materials’ properties are properly intergrated in the parametric design programs, we will reach a new design phase towards an interactive architecture. Thus a diagram of proposed steps during this new design approach was created. Parameters setting the parameters that will define the relationship between the different pieces Interaction level studying the level of the desired interaction No real-time action regards the parts that can be parametrically changed through the design process, but their final shape will be a moment of their changing process Real-time action regards the parts that can physically be parametrically altered. At this step the smart materials are selected. Parts |normal scale study and design of architectural scale parts SM | micro-scale study and design of microscale parts. Mainly regards the smart materials. Fabrication study investigation and analysis of the digital fabrication Freeze! deciding the final shape of the non - physically changing parts Prototype fabrication fabrication of parts in an appropriate scale, to determine the feasibility of the construction GO! finilizing the construction

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WATERFRONT ++

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TYPE:

ACADEMIC, URBAN DESIGN

HOST: NTUA

COURSE:

URBAN SYNTHESIS / ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN 9

YEAR:

2013, 9TH SEMESTER

LOCATION:

THESSALONIKI, GREECE

CONTRIBUTORS:

ADAMANTIA KARAVASILI ALKISTIS MAVROEIDI GESTHIMANI ROUMPANI

The purpose of this synthesis is the suggestion of new strategies for inhabitating the waterfront. The area of study is the port of Thessaloniki, the 2nd largest city in Greece. Today, pier 1 is used for cultural venues, piers 2-5 as passenger ports and pier 6 as an international trade port. As the old international railway station used to be there, a major part of the area is currently under no use. Our group’s idea was to take advantage of the transportation dynamic of the area and create a transportation hub combined with residential platforms. The old railway remains led to the creation of an industrial city park, while the abandoned shipping containers were used for the design of affordable and efficient housing complexes. The suggestion is in full compliance with the under construction subway.

PROFESSORS:

ARIADNI VOZANI MPOUKI MPAMPALOU GIORGOS PARMENIDIS

TOOLS:

RHINO3D, GRASSHOPPER, VRAY, AUTOCAD, PHOTOSHOP, CNC ROUTER

GRADE: 09/10

PERSONAL CONTRIBUTIONS:

TOURISM RESEARCH, SYNTHESIS,PHYSICAL MODEL OF PLATFORMS, EXTERIOR / INTERIOR 3D MODEL & RENDERING, PRESENTATION

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360O VIEWS

TRAFFIC DENSITY ANALYSIS

RESIDENTIAL PLATFORMS

PUBLIC PLATFORM

CENTRAL HUB

COMBINED

SYNTHESIS CONCEPT

The means of transport to be involved in the urban synthesis are the intercity KTEL (buses), lowrail tram, private vehicles, subway and passenger ships. Pedestrian routes and recreation areas connect the different pieces together, gradually entering the existing urban network for a better integration. Among the vast activities included in the area, a large part will be occupied by an industrial city park, with the old railway as its main feature. The commercial trade platform was seen as a major gain for the local economy, thus was redesigned to match the new proposal. Instead of designing the housing complexes in the waterfront, we moved them in the water, on platforms connected to the land.

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(

As part of a computational design workshop within the course, we decided to run a few tests regarding the vehicle routes and the area the new bus station would be placed.

(

PARAMETRIC APPROACHES OF SPACE

The two ideas compared for the vehicle routes revolved around different types of closed loops and the space qualities they create between them (top right diagrams). The first option suggests use by all means of transport, while the second one separates the different kinds. The main parameters of this algorithm were the points of interest, the existing highways and the turning angle for each vehicle. Moving on to the bus station, the aim was to find an equal distrubution for the different buses that will be using the area. Maintaining large safe areas for the waiting passengers was among our intentions. In the diagrams on the left and right, the sparse areas represent the vehicle movement. In the model below, the intensity of the vehicle movement in the different spots is visualized with the help of the yellow vertical sticks and makes the idea easy to conceive.

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PEDESTRIAN BUS TRAM CARS METRO

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HOUSING TYPOLOGIES

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RESIDENCE NO 5 RENDERING

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TYPE:

ACADEMIC, DIGITALLY PRODUCED SMALL SCALE CONSTRUCTION

HOST: NTUA

COURSE:

SPECIAL TOPICS IN BUILDING TECHNOLOGY 9

YEAR:

2013, 9TH SEMESTER

LOCATION:

ATHENS, GREECE

CONTRIBUTORS:

ADAMANTIA KARAVASILI ALKISTIS MAVROEIDI GESTHIMANI ROUMPANI KALLIRROI TAROUDAKI

PROFESSORS:

DIMITRIS PAPALEXOPOULOS ATHINA STAVRIDOU

TOOLS:

RHINO3D, GRASSHOPPER, VRAY, AUTOCAD, PHOTOSHOP, CNC ROUTER

GRADE: 10/10

FIX IT ! 44

PERSONAL CONTRIBUTIONS:

IDEA, COLUMN DOCUMENTATION, RECTANGULAR COLUMN ALGORITHM, RENDERING, POST PRODUCTION, PRESENTATION


This class was designed for the introduction of students to grasshopper visual algorithmic design. For the purpose of the class, our team focused on the neglected interior of the school and specifically on how the clumsy appearance of the columns could change in an economic, fast and reversible way. Documenting the columns that needed extra care, it was decided to develop two seperate visual algorithms; one for the rectangular/square and one for the round columns. Entering the dimensions of each column and adjusting the graph mapper and parameters like the material and different distances, an abundancy of results is produced. After contouring the created mass, the pieces are directly set on the xy plane in order to be sent to the laser cutter. The thickness of the desired material must be inserted to define the contour distance. Metal rods are used to connect the already pierced pieces.

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RECTANGULAR

01

02

01

02

Z AXIS MULTIPLICATION

03

04

03

04

ALTERATION WITH GRAPH MAPPER

LOFT CURVES

ROUND

PLANAR CURVE

PLANAR CURVE

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Z AXIS MULTIPLICATION

ALTERATION WITH GRAPH MAPPER

LOFT CURVES


05

06

CONTOURING

CONTOURS TO SOLIDS

05

06

CONTOURING

CONTOURS TO SOLIDS

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COPY + ROTATION

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COPY + ROTATION 47


Rather than pure decoration purposes, the column covers could serve the following uses:

01shelving 02notice board 03SEATING

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MUNICIPAL LIBRARY

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TYPE:

ACADEMIC, LARGE SCALE PUBLIC BUILDING

HOST: NTUA

COURSE:

ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN 7-8

YEAR:

2012, 7TH-8TH SEMESTER

LOCATION:

ATHENS, GREECE

CONTRIBUTORS:

ADAMANTIA KARAVASILI ALKISTIS MAVROEIDI GESTHIMANI ROUMPANI

PROFESSORS:

SOFIA TSIRAKI KOSTAS KARADIMAS

TOOLS:

AUTOCAD, ARCHICAD, RHINO3D, VRAY, PHOTOSHOP

ANO KYPSELI, ATHENS

GRADE: 10/10

PERSONAL CONTRIBUTIONS:

LIBRARY RESEARCH, SYNTHESIS, 2D DESIGNS, DETAILED CONSTRUCTION DESIGNS, 3D MODEL, PHYSICAL MODEL, RENDERING, POST PRODUCTION

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i. detour through site

iii. sharpen with vertical elements

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ii. descend with natural inclination


The main characteristic of the idea is the introversion of the building and also the fact that the number of openings and windows is limited and of small size. The light comes to the library straight from the sky, through the glass roofs or slots that exist in specific places of the building. The view to the sky and the rest of the landscape while walking in the library’s outdoor space is the only way to interfere with the environment. Believing that a library is a place where a spiritual procedure takes place, the most reasonable thing was to restrict the influences from the outside and let what happens on the inside function independently.

PLAN

This building is a public library located in Ano Kipseli, Athens, Greece. The complex constists of not just a main library, but also a series of other rooms with administrative, educational and entertainment use. Its area is of approximately 1300m².

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ΕΚΤΟΝΟΥΜΕΝΟ ΒΙΣΜΑ ΜΕΤΑΛΛΙΚΟΣ ΣΥΝΔΕΣΜΟΣ

01

ΠΑΤΗΜΑ ΑΠΟ ΣΤΡΑΝΤΖΑΡΙΣΤΗ ΛΑΜΑΡΙΝΑ, ΠΑΧΟΥΣ 3 ΧΙΛ

02

Λ3

ΑΞΟΝΟΜΕΤΡΙΚΟ 1:10

Λ1

ΤΟΜΗ 1:2

Λ4

ΠΡΟΦΙΛ U 50X50X3

ΒΙΔΑ ΣΤΕΡΕΩΣΗΣ ΠΑΤΗΜΑΤΟΣ ΣΕ ΒΑΘΜΙΔΟΦΟΡΟ

ΚΑΣΕΤΑ ΣΤΡΑΝΤΖΑΡΙΣΤΗΣ ΛΑΜΑΡΙΝΑΣ ΜΕΤΑΛΛΙΚΗ ΓΩΝΙΑ

ΛΕΠΤΟΜΕΡΕΙΑ ΕΠΕΝΔΥΣΗΣ ΤΟΙΧΩΝ ΜΕ ΛΑΜΑΡΙΝΑ (CORTEN) ΠΡΟΦΙΛ ΑΛΟΥΜΙΝΙΟΥ 55 x 50 ΧΙΛ ΜΕΤΑΛΛΙΚΟ ΕΛΑΣΜΑ ΣΤΕΡΕΩΣΗΣ ΤΗΣ ΚΑΤΟΨΗ 1:5 (ΔΕΥΤΕΡΕΥΟΥΣΑ ΔΟΚΟΣ) ΔΙΑΤΟΜΗΣ ΣΤΟΝ ΤΟΙΧO

Λ4

ΛΕΠΤΟΜ ΤΟΜΗ 1

Λ2

κατασκ ΚΑΤΟΨΗ λεπ

ΒΙΔΕΣ ΣΤΕΡΕΩΣΗΣ

Λ2

ΔΙΠΛΟΣ ΥΑΛΟΠΙΝΑΚΑΣ

ΠΡΟΒΟΛΗ ΠΡΟΦΙΛ ΑΛΟΥΜΙΝΙΟΥ 55 x 200 mm (ΠΡΩΤΕΥΟΥΣΑ ΔΟΚΟΣ)

ΚΑΤΟΨΗ 1:5 ΤΟΙΧΟΣ ΑΠΟ ΩΠΛΙΣΜΕΝΟ ΣΚΥΡΟΔΕΜΑ, ΠΑΧΟΣ 30 ΕΚ STYROFOAM, ΠΑΧΟΣ 8 ΕΚ ΞΥΛΙΝΟΣ ΟΡΘΟΣΤΑΤΗΣ 5X6 EK

εθνικό μετσόβιο αρχιτεκτονικός

ΕΛΑΣΜΑΤΑ ΣΤΕΡΕΩΣΗΣ ΥΑΛΟΠΙΝΑΚΑ ΒΟΗΘΗΤΙΚΟ ΣΤΕΛΕΧΟΣ ΔΙΑΤΟΜΗΣ

καρα

ΤΟΙΧΟΣ ΣΚΥΡΟΔΕ

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

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ΞΥΛΙΝΟΣ ΟΡΘ

ΜΕΤΑΛΛΙΚΟΣ ΣΤΡΩΤΗΡΑΣ ΞΥΛΙΝΑ ΗΧΟΑΠΟΡΡΟΦΗΤΙΚΑ ΠΑΝΕΛΑ

ΜΕΤΑΛΛ

STYROF ΒΙΔΕΣ ΣΤΕΡΕΩΣΗΣ ΒΑΘΜΙΔΟΦΟΡΟΥ ΣΤΗΝ ΠΛΑΚΑ ΠΑΞΙΜΑΔΙΑ ΣΤΕΡΕΩΣΗΣ ΒΙΔΩΝ

ΜΕΤΑΛΛΙΚΟΣ ΒΑΘΜΙΔΟΦΟΡΟΣ U, ΠΑΧΟΥΣ 10 ΧΙΛ

ΞΥΛΙΝΑ ΗΧΟΑΠΟΡΡΟ

ΠΑΤΗΜΑ ΑΠΟ ΣΤΡΑΝΤΖΑΡΙΣΤΗ ΛΑΜΑΡΙΝΑ, ΠΑΧΟΥΣ 3 ΧΙΛ

Λ3

ΑΞΟΝΟΜΕΤΡΙΚΟ 1:10

Λ1

ΤΟΜΗ 1:2

ΒΙΔΑ ΣΤΕΡΕΩΣΗΣ ΠΑΤΗΜΑΤΟΣ ΣΕ ΒΑΘΜΙΔΟΦΟΡΟ

ΠΡΟΦΙΛ ΑΛΟΥΜΙΝΙΟΥ 55 x 50 ΧΙΛ (ΔΕΥΤΕΡΕΥΟΥΣΑ ΔΟΚΟΣ)

ΜΕΤΑΛΛΙΚΟ ΕΛΑΣΜΑ ΣΤΕΡΕΩΣΗΣ ΤΗΣ ΔΙΑΤΟΜΗΣ ΣΤΟΝ ΤΟΙΧO

During the project analysis, a variety of different scale approaches had to be done. Therefore, the total presentation of the building consisted of an abundance of 2D and 3D designs, starting from the scale of 1:500, down to detail designs of 1:2 scale.

ΒΙΔΕΣ ΣΤΕΡΕΩΣΗΣ

ΠΡΟΒΟΛΗ ΠΡΟΦΙΛ ΑΛΟΥΜΙΝΙΟΥ 55 x 200 mm (ΠΡΩΤΕΥΟΥΣΑ ΔΟΚΟΣ)

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ΔΙΠΛΟΣ ΥΑΛΟΠΙΝΑΚΑΣ

ΕΛΑΣΜΑΤΑ ΣΤΕΡΕΩΣΗΣ ΥΑΛΟΠΙΝΑΚΑ ΒΟΗΘΗΤΙΚΟ ΣΤΕΛΕΧΟΣ ΔΙΑΤΟΜΗΣ


02 01

03

55


1:200

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1:50

1:100


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CULTURAL VENUE

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TYPE:

ACADEMIC, BUILDING IN TRADITIONAL ENVIRONMENT

HOST: NTUA

COURSE:

ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN 6

YEAR:

2011, 6TH SEMESTER

LOCATION:

AREOPOLI, GREECE

CONTRIBUTORS:

ADAMANTIA KARAVASILI GESTHIMANI ROUMPANI

PROFESSORS:

THEANO FOTIOU GIORGOS PARMENIDIS

TOOLS:

AUTOCAD, RHINO3D, VRAY, ILLUSTRATOR, PHOTOSHOP

GRADE: 10/10

PERSONAL CONTRIBUTIONS:

RESEARCH, SYNTHESIS, 3D MODEL, PHYSICAL MODEL, RENDERING, POST PRODUCTION

Following a research conducted on behalf of the NTUA school of Architecture regarding the documentation of vernacular settlements in the area of Mani, Greece, the issue of designing within such an environment emerged. The course required a close study of the architectural characteristics and their implementation in a new building.

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SITE

The given lot occupies an area of 1950 sq. meters and is of irregular shape.

Areopolis is a town that combines the characteristics of Mani’s vernacular settlements but also hosts several newly built structures. It is common that these structures either try to immitate the traditional ones or are of an architectural style that is quite distant to the local architecture. According to the given building program, the complex should mainly function as a cultural venue, as it is something missing from the area. At the same time, it should provide accommodation and labs for researchers that are studying the area and the verncular settlements around it.

SITE LOCATION

AIM

The aim of this course was to develop the synthetic ability of designing a new building complex that can successfully integrate with a traditional built environment in a contemporary way.

ROOM

SIZE

reception

longitudinal structure analogies

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stone: rough and thick

small openings - emphasis on z axis

internet cafe

70sq.m.

citizen’s service center

70sq.m.

multipurpose hall

150sq.m.

municipal library

100sq.m.

room for IT lessons

50sq.m.

labs with storerooms(x3)

120sq.m.(total)

researchers’ accommodation (x4)

120sq.m.(total)


TRADITIONAL CHARACTER STUDY

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i. adjust levels

ii. extrude volumes

iii. scatter within grid

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WEST SECTION / ELEVATION

EAST SECTION / ELEVATION

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MODEL

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HERBARIUM


BEACH LODGE

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TYPE:

ACADEMIC, WOODEN DETAILED CONSTRUCTION

HOST: NTUA

COURSE:

ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN 6A

YEAR:

2011, 6TH SEMESTER

LOCATION:

MYTILENE, GREECE

CONTRIBUTORS:

ANTONIA VAVANOU GESTHIMANI ROUMPANI KALLIRROI TAROUDAKI

The given scenario offered the students a specific area on the beach to design a wooden summer lodge. Considering that such constructions are often used as observation posts, the primary aim was to create 2 storeys. In addition, using inclinations and space type variations gives the opportunity of taking full advantage of the Greek sun and offers comfort throughout the different times of the day. During this course an abundancy of detailed construction designs was produced to make the construction feasible in reality. The same level of detail was also approached through the scaled model.

VASILEIOS TSOURAS

TOOLS:

AUTOCAD, RHINO3D, VRAY, PHOTOSHOP

GRADE: 10/10

CONSTRUCTION SPACE

PROFESSORS:

PERSONAL CONTRIBUTIONS:

SYNTHESIS, 2D DESIGNS, DETAILED CONSTRUCTION DESIGNS, AXONOMETRIC, PHYSICAL MODEL, 3D MODEL, RENDERING, PRESENTATION

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CONSTRUCTION STAGES

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ΞΥΛΙΝΗ ΔΟΚΟΣ 70x180 ΧΙΛ

ΚΛΙΜΑΚΑ: 1:20

ΞΥΛΙΝΟ ΠΗΧΑΚΙ 50 x20 ΧΙΛ ΞΥΛΙΝΟ ΥΠΟΣΤΗΛ ΩΜΑ ΦΡΑΓΜΑ ΥΔΡΑΤΜΩΝ - ΜΕΜΒΡΑΝΗ 2 ΧΙΛ

ΞΥΛΙΝΟΣ ΤΑΚΟΣ

ΧΙΛ

ΞΥΛΙΝΗ ΔΟΚΟΣ 70x180 ΧΙΛ

ΚΛΙΜΑΚΑ: 1:20

ΧΙΛ

ΚΟΝΤΡΑ ΠΛΑΚΕ 16 ΧΙΛ ΞΥΛΙΝΟ ΠΗΧΑΚΙ 50 x20 ΧΙΛ

ΘΕΡΜΟΜΟΝΩΣΗ 50 ΧΙΛ

ΞΥΛΙΝΟ ΥΠΟΣΤΗΛ ΩΜΑ ΦΡΑΓΜΑ ΥΔΡΑΤΜΩΝ - ΜΕΜΒΡΑΝΗ 2 ΧΙΛ

ΞΥΛΙΝΟ ΠΗΧΑΚΙ 50 x50 ΧΙΛ

ΞΥΛΙΝΟΣ ΤΑΚΟΣ

ΞΥΛΙΝΗ ΣΑΝΙΔΑ 25 ΧΙΛ

ΧΙΛ

ΞΥΛΙΝΟ ΠΗΧΑΚΙ 50x20 ΧΙΛ

ΧΙΛ

ΚΟΝΤΡΑ ΠΛΑΚΕ 16 ΧΙΛ

ΦΡΑΓΜΑ ΥΔΡΑΤΜΩΝ - ΜΕΜΒΡΑΝΗ 2 ΧΙΛ ΞΥΛΙΝΗ ΣΑΝΙ ∆Α

ΘΕΡΜΟΜΟΝΩΣΗ 50 ΧΙΛ

ΣΥΜΠΥΚΝΩΣΗ ΥΔΡΑΤΜΩΝ 2 ΧΙΛ

ΧΙΛ

ΞΥΛΙΝΟ ΠΗΧΑΚΙ 50x20 ΧΙΛ

ΞΥΛΙΝΟ ΠΗΧΑΚΙ 50 x50 ΧΙΛ

ΚΟΝΤΡΑ ΠΛΑΚΕ 16 ΧΙΛ

ΚΟΝΤΡΑ ΠΛΑΚΕ 16 ΧΙΛ

ΞΥΛΙΝΗ ΣΑΝΙΔΑ 25 ΧΙΛ

ΘΕΡΜΟΜΟΝΩΣΗ 50 ΧΙΛ

ΦΡΑΓΜΑ ΥΔΡΑΤΜΩΝ - ΜΕΜΒΡΑΝΗ 2 ΧΙΛ ΞΥΛΙΝΗ ΣΑΝΙ ∆Α ΞΥΛΙΝΗ ∆ΟΚΟΣ

ΣΥΜΠΥΚΝΩΣΗ ΥΔΡΑΤΜΩΝ 2 ΧΙΛ

ΧΙΛ ΧΙΛ

ΚΟΝΤΡΑ ΠΛΑΚΕ 16 ΧΙΛ ΞΥΛΙΝΗ ∆ΟΚΟΣ

ΚΟΝΤΡΑ ΠΛΑΚΕ 16 ΧΙΛ ΞΥΛΙΝΟ ΠΗΧΑΚΙ 50x50 ΧΙΛ

ΜΕΤΑΛΛΙΚΟ ΕΛΑΣΜΑ ΓΙΑ ΣΤΕΓΑΝΩΣΗ ΧΙΛ

ΘΕΡΜΟΜΟΝΩΣΗ 50 ΧΙΛ ΞΥΛΙΝΟ ΠΗΧΑΚΙ 50x50 ΧΙΛ

ΜΕΤΑΛΛΙΚΟ ΕΛΑΣΜΑ ΓΙΑ ΣΤΕΓΑΝΩΣΗ

ΣΥΜΠΥΚΝΩΣΗ ΥΔΡΑΤΜΩΝ 2 ΧΙΛ ΚΟΝΤΡΑ ΠΛΑΚΕ 16 ΧΙΛ

ΣΥΜΠΥΚΝΩΣΗ ΥΔΡΑΤΜΩΝ 2 ΧΙΛ ΚΟΝΤΡΑ ΠΛΑΚΕ 16 ΧΙΛ

ΞΥΛΙΝΗ ΔΟΚΟΣ 90x180 ΧΙΛ

ΞΥΛΙΝΗ ΔΟΚΟΣ 70x180 ΧΙΛ

ΞΥΛΙΝΗ ΔΟΚΟΣ 90x180 ΧΙΛ

ΞΥΛΙΝΗ ΔΟΚΟΣ 70x180 ΧΙΛ

ΞΥΛΙΝΗ ΔΟΚΟΣ 70x150 ΧΙΛ ΞΥΛΙΝΟ ΠΗΧΑΚΙ ΞΥΛΙΝΗ ∆ΟΚΟΣ

- ΑΞΟΝΟΜΕΤΡΙΚΗ ΤΟΜΗ ΣΤΕΓΗΣ - ΑΞΟΝΟΜΕΤΡΙΚΗ2ΤΟΜΗ ΣΤΕΓΗΣ

ΧΙΛ

ΞΥΛΙΝΟ ΠΗΧΑΚΙ

ΧΙΛ

ΧΙΛ ∆ΟΚΟΣ ΞΥΛΙΝΗ

ΧΙΛ

180x90 ΧΙΛ

- ΤΟΜΗ ΣΤΕΓΗΣ 2 -2ΤΟΜΗ ΣΤΕΓΗΣ

ΚΛΙΜΑΚΑ: 1:20

ΚΛΙΜΑΚΑ: 1:20

ΕΘΝΙΚΟ

ΣΧΟΛΗ ΑΡΧΙΤΕΚΤΟΝΩΝ ΤΟΜΕΑΣ 4 ΘΕΜΑ: ΣΧΟΛΗ ΑΡΧΙΤΕΚΤΟΝΩΝ

ΘΕΜΑ:

ΤΙΤΛΟΣ ΣΧΕΔΙΟΥ:

ΤΙΤΛΟΣ ΣΧΕΔΙΟΥ: ΜΕΛΕΤΗ ΚΑΙ ΣΧΕΔΙΑΣΗ ΕΘΝΙΚΟ ΛΕΠΤΟΜΕΡΕΙΕΣ 1 ΜΕΤΣΟΒΙΟ ΤΟΜΕΑΣ 4 ΚΑΛΟΚΑΙΡΙΝΟΥ ΚΑΤΑΛΥΜΑΤΟΣ ΣΥΝΘΕΤΙΚΟ ΘΕΜΑ 6ΑΜΕΛΕΤΗ ΚΑΙ ΣΧΕΔΙΑΣΗ ΛΕΠΤΟΜΕΡΕΙΕΣ 1 ΜΕΤΣΟΒΙΟ ΠΟΛΥΤΕΧΝΕΙΟ ΑΡΧΙΤΕΚΤΟΝΙΚΕΣ ΚΑΤΑΣΚΕΥΕΣ ΚΑΛΟΚΑΙΡΙΝΟΥ ΚΑΤΑΛΥΜΑΤΟΣ ΣΥΝΘΕΤΙΚΟ ΘΕΜΑ 6Α ΠΟΛΥΤΕΧΝΕΙΟ ΑΡΧΙΤΕΚΤΟΝΙΚΕΣ ΚΑΤΑΣΚΕΥΕΣ

1 - ΑΞΟΝΟΜΕΤΡΙΚΗ ΤΟΜΗ ΠΑΤΩΜΑΤΟΣ

ΞΥΛΙΝΗ ΔΟΚΟΣ 70x150 ΧΙΛ

ΞΥΛΙΝΟ ΥΠΟΣΤΗΛΩΜΑ ΞΥΛΙΝΟ ΥΠΟΣΤΗΛΩΜΑ 180x90 ΧΙΛ

ΞΥΛΙΝΟ ΥΠΟΣΤΗΛ ΩΜΑ ΞΥΛΙΝΟΣ ΤΑΚΟΣ

ΧΙΛ

ΧΙΛ

ΣΠΟΥΔΑΣΤΡΙΕΣ:

ΣΠΟΥΔΑΣΤΡΙΕΣ: ΒΑΒΑΝΟΥ ΑΝΤΩΝΙΑ

ΡΟΥΜΠΑΝΗ ΓΕΣΘΗΜΑΝΗ ΒΑΒΑΝΟΥ ΤΑΡΟΥΔΑΚΗΑΝΤΩΝΙΑ ΚΑΛΛΙΡΡΟΗ

ΡΟΥΜΠΑΝΗ ΓΕΣΘΗΜΑΝΗ ΞΥΛΙΝΟ ΠΗΧΑΚΙΚΑΛΛΙΡΡΟΗ ΤΑΡΟΥΔΑΚΗ 4 ΧΙΛ

ΚΛΙΜΑΚΑ: 1:10

ΚΛΙΜΑΚΑ: 1:10

ΔΙΔΑΣΚΩΝ:

ΑΚΑΔΗΜΑΙΚΟ ΕΤΟΣ: 2010 - 2011 ΑΚΑΔΗΜΑΙΚΟ ΕΤΟΣ:

ΔΙΔΑΣΚΩΝ:

Β. ΤΣΟΥΡΑΣ

Β. ΤΣΟΥΡΑΣ

ΕΞΑΜΗΝΟ ΣΠΟΥΔΩΝ: 6ο

2010 - 2011

ΕΞΑΜΗΝΟ ΣΠΟΥΔΩΝ: ΘΕΡΜΟΜΟΝΩΣΗ 50 ΧΙΛ 6ο ΟΡΘΟΣΤΑΤΗΣ 50x50 ΧΙΛ

1 ΞΥΛΙΝΕΣ ΣΑΝΙΔΕΣ 25 ΧΙΛ

ΞΥΛΙΝΗ ΣΑΝΙΔΑ 15 ΧΙΛ

ΘΕΡΜΟΜΟΝΩΣΗ 50 ΧΙΛ

ΥΓΡΟΜΟΝΩΣΗ 2 ΧΙΛ

ΦΡΑΓΜΑ ΥΔΡΑΤΜΩΝ - ΜΕΜΒΡΑΝΗ 2 ΧΙΛ ΚΟΝΤΡΑ ΠΛΑΚΕ 16 ΧΙ��

2

ΞΥΛΙΝΑ ΠΗΧΑΚΙΑ 50x50 ΧΙΛ

ΚΟΝΤΡΑ ΠΛΑΚΕ 8 ΧΙΛ

ΞΥΛΙΝΗ ΔΟΚΟΣ 90x180 ΧΙΛ

ΞΥΛΙΝΟ ΠΗΧΑΚΙ 50x50 ΧΙΛ ΞΥΛΙΝΗ ΔΟΚΟΣ 70x180 ΧΙΛ

ΞΥΛΙΝΗ ΔΟΚΟΣ 70x180 ΧΙΛ

ΞΥΛΙΝΟ ΠΗΧΑΚΙ 50 x20 ΧΙΛ ΞΥΛΙΝΟ ΥΠΟΣΤΗΛ ΩΜΑ ΦΡΑΓΜΑ ΥΔΡΑΤΜΩΝ - ΜΕΜΒΡΑΝΗ 2 ΧΙΛ ΚΟΝΤΡΑ ΠΛΑΚΕ 16 ΧΙΛ

ΞΥΛΙΝΟΣ ΤΑΚΟΣ

3 - ΛΕΠΤΟΜΕΡΕΙΑ ΣΥΝΔΕΣΗΣ ΤΟΙΧΟΥ ΜΕ ΤΟΙΧΟ ΚΛΙΜΑΚΑ: 1:20

4 - ΑΞΟΝΟΜΕΤΡΙΚΗ ΤΟΜΗ ΤΟΙΧΟΥ ΧΙΛ

ΧΙΛ

ΞΥΛΙΝΗ ΔΟΚΟΣ 70x180 ΧΙΛ ΚΟΝΤΡΑ ΠΛΑΚΕ 16 ΧΙΛ ΦΡΑΓΜΑ ΥΔΡΑΤΜΩΝ - ΜΕΜΒΡΑΝΗ 2 ΧΙΛ ΘΕΡΜΟΜΟΝΩΣΗ 50 ΧΙΛ ΞΥΛΙΝΕΣ ΣΑΝΙΔΕΣ 25 ΧΙΛ

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MODEL 1:20

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TYPE:

SIX SENSES SPA

PROFESSIONAL, COMMERCIAL/HOSPITALITY INTERIOR DESIGN

HOST:

CONCEPT BOARDING

HEAD ARCHITECT:

DOMNA IOANNIDOU

YEAR:

JUNE 2015

LOCATION:

TBELVEDERE HOTEL, MYKONOS, GREECE

CONTRIBUTORS:

DOMNA IOANNIDOU GESTHIMANI ROUMPANI

TOOLS:

AUTOCAD, RHINO3D, VRAY, PHOTOSHOP

PERSONAL CONTRIBUTIONS:

RESEARCH, SYNTHESIS, 2D DESIGNS, DETAILED CONSTRUCTION DESIGNS, 3D MODEL, TEXTURING, RENDERING, PRESENTATION

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GOALS

1. COMMUNICATE SIX SENSES’

1.

arched ceiling

BRAND VALUES TO DESIGN

raw wood shelves

local authenticity sustainability harmony with surroundings

2. DESIGN CONSISTENT WITH BELVEDERE HOTEL’S INTERIOR crispy white

Aegean blue

Myconian built furniture

Naxos marble

local wood

custom design furniture

stone tradition with contemporary interpretation

3. FIND SOLUTIONS FOR EXISTING SPACE

2.

crispy white

darkness limited area

natural stone wall

Six Senses Spas is a renowned spa brand with various locations throughout the world, collaborating with luxury hotels. Designing the new location in Belvedere Hotel, Mykonos, was challenging due to the strict traditional architecture and design met in the area. After locating the most crucial issues emerging in this design case, we decided on the best strategies to overcome them. From entirely redesigning the existing space, to the custom design of each furniture piece, the approach was hollistic and consistent with the brand’s, hotel’s and local architecture’s values, while aiming for the best customer experience.

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built furniture in contemporary style


Reflecting the traditional architecture of Mykonos, the spa’s décor features classic white walls and marble floors complemented by locally crafted timber features. Natural fabrics in shades of Aegean blue and white together with soft lighting add warm highlights to evoke the serenity of the island.

3. before after

treatment rooms mani - pedi reception staff only

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SKYLIGHT INSTALLATION


TYPE:

PROFESSIONAL, MASTER PLAN/CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT

HOST:

CONCEPT BOARDING

HEAD ARCHITECT:

DOMNA IOANNIDOU

YEAR: 2014

LOCATION:

ATHENS, GREECE

CONTRIBUTORS:

DOMNA IOANNIDOU GESTHIMANI ROUMPANI

TOOLS:

AUTOCAD, RHINO3D, GRASSHOPPER, VRAY, PHOTOSHOP, ILLUSTRATOR

PERSONAL CONTRIBUTIONS:

PARK OF HISTORY & MYTHOLOGY

RESEARCH, SYNTHESIS, 2D DESIGNS, 3D MODEL, TEXTURING, RENDERING, POST PRODUCTION, PRESENTATION

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The theme park site belongs to a greatly discussed area in Athens; the Hellinikon former airport, which is to be transformed into a huge park with luxury apartments and vast activities. The theme park is placed at the former canoe-kayak installation, which we fully take advantage of. The idea is to create a recreational yet educational park based on ancient Greek history and mythology. In order to understand the size and potential of the area, it was compared to Disneyland Paris, whose different rides and activities were studied in terms of area occupancy. To estimate the expected visitors and create the activities’ program, we studied the data provided by the Greek Ministry of Culture regarding the archaelogical sites and the Attica Zoological Park. 76

disneyland Paris: 473.000 m2 proposal: 300.000 m2


Visitor traffic of archaeological sites (%); July 2013

Epidaurus other archaeological sites

Mycenae acropolis & treasure of Atreus Athens acropolis

Sounio Delphi Lindos acropolis

Mystras ancient Olympia

ancient Korinth Faistos (Crete)

Kameiros (Rhodes)

Knossos (Crete)

ACTIVITY TYPES

12 gods

Hades

Acheron

Nemean lion

golden fleece

Minotaur

Atlas

Cerberus

Argonautica

Athens

Lernean Hydra

hind of Ceryneia

Erymanthian boar

Augean stables

Cretan bull

apples of Hesperides

Stymphalian birds

Diomedes’ horses

Knossos

Pythia / Delphi

Poseidon

Geryan’s cattle

labyrinth

Medussa

Olympic Games

Icarus

theater

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stops games rides performance

ZONE OF HISTORY BUFFER ZONE ZONE OF MYTHOLOGY

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MAIN USES

03

16

04 06 08 1012 15 07 09 05 13 11

02

20 21

18 17

19

01

01PARKING

02HOTEL

03THEATER

04AUGEAN STABLES

05MUSES

07LERNEAN HYDRA

08OLYMPUS

09ATLAS

10STYMPHALIAN BIRDS 11ANCIENT ATHENS

12ACHERON

13HESPERIDES

14KNOSSOS

15MEDUSSA

16OLYMPIA

18GOLDEN FLEECE

19ACROPOLIS

20DELPHI

21ARGONAUTICA

17PANATHINAIA

06NEMEAN LION

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TYPE:

PROFESSIONAL, RESIDENTIAL INTERIOR DESIGN

HOST:

INTERIOR CROWD

DESIGNER:

GESTHIMANI ROUMPANI

YEAR: 2016

LOCATION:

NASHVILLE, TN

TOOLS:

AUTOCAD, RHINO3D, VRAY, PHOTOSHOP

KARSYN’S BEDROOM

RETAILERS:

_IKEA _TARGET _WEST ELM _URBAN OUTFITTERS

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The competition on Karsyn’s bedroom was challenging due to the extremely low budget (~800 USD). Besides keeping the bed frame, the client also requested for an inexpensive way to hide the a/c unit and a fan box when not in use. The style that was chosen for the initial concept board was a bit eclectic with crispy colors and details, in combination with a couple of mid-century selections. The main idea in order to keep the budget low relied on using shelving over the bed to make up for the absence of a headboard. Moreover, by extending the curtain rod past the window and using long curtains, the ac/ unit and fan box could be successfully yet inexpensively hidden. After the client selected this concept board as the winning one, we collaborated to see what kind of existing pieces we could use. The result was refreshing, met the client’s taste, matched the design of the other rooms and kept the budget tight.

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MATSUHISA ATHENS

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TYPE:

PROFESSIONAL, COMMERCIAL/HOSPITALITY INTERIOR DESIGN

HOST:

CONCEPT BOARDING

HEAD ARCHITECT: DOMNA IOANNIDOU

YEAR:

2016 (IN PROGRESS)

LOCATION:

ATHENS, GREECE

CONTRIBUTORS:

DOMNA IOANNIDOU GESTHIMANI ROUMPANI

The Japanese restaurant of Matsuhisa Athens is characterized by its warm and cosy atmosphere. Initially designed by Rockwell Group, it uses simple geometrical shapes inspired by the Japanese culture. The client asked for a low budget renovation which would be consistent with the existing high quality design. Our goal was to maintain the overall character while slightly differentiating the room. A library of books, cigars and alcohol was introduced, making the customer’s experience more interactive and sophisticated. To enhance the sense of privacy in the room, some of the interior windows were coated with aged mirror. Many of the existing furniture were included in the design. The room has by default a “summery” feeling mainly caused by the presence of an awning instead of a ceiling. Thus, we designed a fireplace as the focal point of the room, in juxtaposition to the large glass openings.

TOOLS:

AUTOCAD, RHINO3D, VRAY, PHOTOSHOP

PERSONAL CONTRIBUTIONS:

DOCUMENTATION, SYNTHESIS, 2D DESIGNS, DETAILED CONSTRUCTION DESIGNS, 3D MODEL, TEXTURING, RENDERING, PRESENTATION

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a.

e.

c.

f.

d.

c.

d.

b. b. b. d.

d.

d.

g. d.

d.

d.

b. b.

c. c. h.

a.

a. c. e. g.

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2x mirrored sofas 4x sectioned trunk tables 1x assisting counter 1x cigar display

i. wooden uprights

d.

b. d. f. h.

h.

5x hollow box tables 10x cylinder ottomans 2x sculpted art 2x vintage chairs

WOODEN PANEL COATING

d.

ii. panel placement

iii. granite skirting


02

architectural

WORKSHOPS

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IMAGINE PYRGOS

BRIEF: Meeting the city of Pyrgos, analysing its strongest features and following the racks of the now neglected train. After a series of lectures and group discussions, design proposals look into ways of upgrading the area along the train tracks, inviting visitors to stop by the forgotten route. TUTOR: AIMILIA KOTSAKI TUTOR:

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YEAR: JUNE 2013

LOCATION: PYRGOS GREECE


LOCATION

sea embryonic shifting dunes

ammophiletea

mediterranean meadows of high grasses & hedges

croplands

reeds with dominant plant communities phragmite irrigation channel reeds with dominant plant communities phragmite mediterranean salt meadows croplands

railway racks

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movement

After studying the area assigned to our team, the decision regarding the final proposal was to maintain as many of the natural elements as possible, by adding uses that require them. Those uses refer to outdoor activities like paintball, ancient Greek games, hiking, cycling, archery etc. The main route is parallel to the big irrigation channel, only to occassionaly interrupt it to bring users closer to water. The resting areas along the way are marked with light contructions of a specific character. Such constructions are also used along the railway to trigger the curiosity of the passengers and mark the start of the vast activities’ area.

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PROPOSAL


RANDOM ACCESS MAZE

BRIEF: An intensive 4 day introductory Python in Grasshopper course. Fundamentals of scripting logic, from strings, operators, conditional statements to recursive functions along with how to implement Python scripting for recursive functions into GH components.

TUTOR: PAVLOS FEREOS

HOST: DECODE FABLAB

YEAR: DEC 2013 91


BLAST BLAST INTO INTO OBLIVION

OBLIVION

BRIEF: Creation and editing of accurate free form 3d NURBS models. Covering most of Rhino’s functionality, including the most advanced surfacing commands along with the user interface, command access, creation and editing of curves, surfaces and solids. DECODE FABLAB 2013 YEAR: SEPT TUTOR: TUTOR:VASILIS VASILISCHLOROKOSTAS CHLOROKOSTAS HOST: HOST: DECODE FABLAB YEAR: SEPT 2013

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DRAGONFLY

BRIEF: Intermediate Rhino 5 workshop. Techniques for designing complex freeform geometries and gaining control of surface continuity.

TUTOR: VASILIS CHLOROKOSTAS

HOST: DECODE FABLAB

YEAR: JUNE 2014 93


OLIVE

SCULPTURE INTERIOR

BRIEF: A workshop going in depth of Rendering with Vray 1.5 in Rhino. From general Vray options to Vray Materials and Lighting exploration, the course concludes with the Making of an “Olive Sculpture” Restaurant Interior.

TUTOR: TSABIKOS PETRAS 94

HOST: DECODE FABLAB

YEAR: OCT 2013


MAKING THE LAB

BRIEF: From HDRI lighting techniques to advanced Vray Materials and Lighting exploration, this intermediate course concludes with the Making of an exterior scene of the “LAB” educational centre.

TUTOR: TSABIKOS PETRAS

HOST: DECODE FABLAB

YEAR: APR 2014 95


BRIDGE TOO FAR

BRIEF: Fundamentals of visual programming with GH. The workshop covers a wide range, from Data structures to Complex Associative Modeling techniques, concluding with a design project for a pedestrian bridge.

TUTOR: TSABIKOS PETRAS 96

HOST: DECODE FABLAB

YEAR: JUNE 2013


ZBRUSH: HYPERSKINS

BRIEF: Fundamental creative possibilities of ZBrush, as a new method of creating and editing 3d mesh geometries. Working on a building skin as a case study, primarily focusing on workflow concepts and tools for integrating ZBrush into the existing pipeline.

TUTOR: VASILIS CHLOROKOSTAS

HOST: DECODE FABLAB

YEAR: OCT 2013 97


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Angel of God

love

Aghios Charalampos

guardian angel

PAINTINGS

Orthodox iconography on wood

Orthodox iconography on wood

plastic paint on canvas

plastic paint on canvas

Aghios Ioannis Theologos

Orthodox iconography on canvas&wood

parrot

plastic paint on canvas

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teddy in a pot

SKETCHES

angel sketch

god Hermes

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god Apollo

sister


teddy bear

brick chimney

palm tree

seashell

school backyard

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museum view

studio view

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old house

school building



Architectural Portfolio by Gesthimani Roumpani