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Architecture Portfolio Ioana Alexandra Mititelu [ Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts ]

2013


Architecture Portfolio Ioana Alexandra Mititelu [ Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts ]

For Internship


Content

Resume

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Densifying Copenhagen

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2012, Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts individual project

Social Housing and Public Library in Lisbon

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2011, Technical University, Faculty of Architecture individual project

Temporary Housing in Lisbon 28 2010, Technical University, Faculty of Architecture individual project

Soundplay - Mallorca

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2011, Archmediun Competition, Honorable Mention team project [ Ioana Alexandra Mititelu | Victor Ioan Pricop | Bogdan Rusu ]

Shipbreaking Tower - Chittagong 2012, Evolo Competition, Published Evolo Magazine team project [ Ioana Alexandra Mititelu | Victor Ioan Pricop | Paul Lipan Weber ]

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Architecture Portfolio

Resume

Education

The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture

- Copenhagen - Master’s Degree - 2012-2014

Ion Mincu University of Architecture and Urbanism - Bucharest - Bachelor Degree Architecture - 2008-2010 | 2011-2012 Technical University, Faculty of Architecture

- Lisbon - Erasmus Programme - 2010-2011

Training

Henning Larsen Architects

- Copenhagen - Workshop - 2013

High Institute For Engineering - Cairo - Exchange experience between universities - 2012

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The Faculty of Architecture La Cambre

Bunesti Summer School

Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts

- Brussels - Exchange experience between universities - 2012 - Bunesti - Workshop “Traditional Technologies” - 2010


Ioana Alexandra Mititelu

Work Experience

Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects

- Copenhagen - freelancer - model maker - december 2012

International Convention of Architecture and Design

- Bucharest - organizer - april 2012

Puzzle Design Concept

- Bucharest - intern - september 2011 - january 2012

Bercan’s drawing courses - Bucharest - assistant for future architecture students - - october 2008 - june 2009

Skills

AutoCAD / Revit

- advanced / intermediate

Rhino / 3ds Max / Vray

- advanced / intermediate / advanced

Photoshop / Illustrator / Indesign

- advanced / advanced / advanced

- advanced

Digital drawing

Contact Phone

- (+40)736857730

E-mail

- mititelu_ioana_arh@yahoo.com

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Densifying Copenhagen

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Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts


Ioana Alexandra Mititelu

Densification. The area is characterized by a lack of public space and

public life. The four towers, joined by bridges, engage the city, embrace and connect to the surrounding urban fabric rather than overpowering it. The towers are not in isolation, instead they melt with the city by gradually ‘dissolving’ the mass as they move vertically between ground and sky. The Tower is a return to the towers that dotted Copenhagen’s skyline in the 18th century, a new focal point for the community. A spiraling realm of public life starts from the ground upwards. The Function - a new urban typology with its mix of community center, exhibition, performance, playground, cafe, housing, and a flexible theatre.The Inside Public Space links the building directly to the ground plane. There is a great level of permeability and a relationship to the city. The tower opens its corner towards the intersection. The Plaza - as an extention of the indoor public space, is intended as a meeting place for the community, a spot for planned and spontaneous event. The Interior Streets. The interior is designed as an urban “streetscape”; a series of corridors, interior courtyards and meeting places stimulate internal social interaction. The houses. The new tower is a vertical continuation of the rhythm imposed by the existing buildings. The tower is designed as a modern village, stacked houses with its own courtyard. Material. The interior space is visually also part of the open “cityscape”, as it is wrapped in a transparent glass, and the pavement of the exterior sidewalk continues into the building. The exterior cladding is glazed white brick that has the property to reflect the light, a very important aspect in Copenhagen. The brick on the underside of the bridges is very glossy, designed as a street mirror.

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Densifying Copenhagen

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Ioana Alexandra Mititelu

[ Copenhagen’ skyline ]

[ park ]

[ main roads defining the area ]

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[ the cross - the towers ]

[ main roads crossing the area ]

[ park ]

[ context ]

[ web design ]

[ family clinic ]

[ disability centre ]

[ existent functions ]

[ furniture shop ]

[ fitness ]

[ preschool ]

[ minhaj ul quaran ]

[ connecting interventions ] [ theatre ]

[ residential ] [ plaza ]

[ public function ] [ plaza ]

[ offices ]

[ towers ]

[ extension ]

[ densification - proposal ]

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Densifying Copenhagen

[ axonometric view ]

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[ tower - concept ]

[ public plaza - snapshots ]

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Densifying Copenhagen

[ tower - ground floor plan ]

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[ tower - section ]

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Densifying Copenhagen

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Social Housing and Public Library in Lisbon

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Ioana Alexandra Mititelu

The

site is situated on the slope of Ajuda parish’s hill. There are several points of interest: Ajuda National Palace and its square, Ajuda Botanical Garden, two universities, a school, a famous restaurant and a hospital. A twelve-storey office tower and a perimetric volume around a cloister that follows the site’s slope are designed as a catalyst of urban transformation. A little distinctive square is created that portuguese call “largo”. The building emphasizes the sensory and spiritual aspect of the architectural experience. The courtyard is a place abstracted from the world of noise and traffic. The public library is an open and flexible space thought as a place of interaction between residents, neighbours, students, citizens. It encourages collaboration and dialog, qualities very much needed to animate public life. The apartments are designed to chance quickly and inexpensively, adapting to individual needs. The opening or closing of moving elements offers a greater number of combination options and sizes. The two-metre deep balconies, which face the garden and sometimes the exterior, can be internalised by closing the revolving panels to extend the living areas of the dwellings outwards. Large windows frame the garden and welcome the images inside the house.

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Social Housing and Public Library in Lisbon

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Social Housing and Public Library in Lisbon

SCHOOL

[ context ]

[ square ]

[ wall ]

[ existent ]

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[ parking ]

[ road ]

[ residential ]

[ residential | shops ]

[ garden | library ]

[ office tower ]

[ square ]

[ proposal ]


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A’

B

B’

[ ground floor plan ] GROUND FLOOR PLAN

[ section ]

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Social Housing and Public Library in Lisbon

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Social Housing and Public Library in Lisbon

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[ 4th floor plan ] 4th FLOOR PLAN

[ 2nd floor plan ] 2nd FLOOR PLAN

[ apartments - different furnished proposals ]

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Temporary Housing in Lisbon

28 Technical University of Lisbon


Ioana Alexandra Mititelu

The site of the project is located on a hilltop dom-

inated by the presence of the Ajuda National Palace. Several characteristics of the area are: narrow streets bordered by big plastered walls, low-rise buildings, the continous front of buildings aligned to the street, small, green and intimate gardens. The proposal searches to creat a flexible system that can easily be implemented in the site. A modulated unit ( three modules of 3.80m x 3.80m, two for the inside house and one for the courtyard) is multiplied around light courts using a simple system of aggregation. The project exposes its adaptability, creating compound elements of modulated houses or joining them in a more complex building. The temporary unit is designed as a duplex house that opens towards its own garden. The interior can be adapted depending on the affected people’s necessities.

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Temporary Housing in Lisbon

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Temporary Housing in Lisbon

[ context ]

[ concept scheme ]

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[ courtlights and circulation ]


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[ 2nd floor plan ]

[ ground floor plan ]

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Temporary Housing in Lisbon

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[ duplex - section ]

SECTION

[ duplex - 2nd floor plan ]

1ST FLOOR PLAN

[ duplex - 1st floor plan ]

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

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Soundplay - Mallorca

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Ioana Alexandra Mititelu

The challenge was to redesign the seafront

of Cala Millor while struggling with the existing problems of the site: the destruction of vegetation, the parking spaces near the beach and the discontinuity of the seafront. A turistic site brings together different culture, classes and ages. The project erases the boundaries between people and connects them with the environment, triggering feelings, emotions, thoughts and opinions. The experience starts from above, in the tower, where you are overwhelmed by the grandeur of the landscape and ends at the pontoon, where you can only hear the sound of the sea.

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Soundplay - Mallorca

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Soundplay - Mallorca

[ section 1 ]

[ section 2 ]

[ section 3 ]

[ section 2 ]

[ section 1 ]

[ site plan ]

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[ section 3 ]

[ wave diagram ]

[ hotels | mixed-use | houses ]

[ relinking the sea with the city ]

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Shipbreaking Tower - Chittagong

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Ioana Alexandra Mititelu

There are two ways that ships die: they be-

come obsolete vessels or they are lost at sea due to war or severe weather. The Shipbreaking Tower is a self-sufficient building, located close to the entrance to Chittagong’s harbor that seeks to dismantle not only obsolete vessels but also shipwrecks that will be recovered from South Asia Pacific region. It concentrates in one construction the dismantling of the ship, the melting of steel and the production of bars. The Tower addresses workers living and work safety conditions, protection of the environment, and the improvement of recycling ships. It also has the role of a tourist attractor and a gate to the city.

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Shipbreaking Tower - Chittagong

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Shipbreaking Tower - Chittagong

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[ site plan ]

[ old vessels | shipwrecks ]

[ shipwreck location ]

[ dismantling ]

[ recycling steel ]

[ finished rods ]

[ distribution ]

[ shipwreck location ]

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Shipbreaking Tower - Chittagong

[ Shore Connection ]

[ Ship Dismantling ]

[ Research Facility ]

[ Temporary Housing ]

- the docks make the connection with the city for the workers, tourists and provisions

- cutting the hull with the help of workers and machinery - transporting the pieces into the tower with cranes

- offers new solutions for the environmental problems created by the shipbreaking industry

- housing area and vegetable gardens for the workers

[ Loading Area ]

[ Metal Shredder ]

- the cranes load the containers onto the ships

- turning the metal pieces into scrap metal

[ Container Handling ]

[ Ship Inspection ]

[ Container Deposit ]

[ Packing Area ]

- the forklifts move the containers to the loading area

- removing the hazardous materials - removing the equipment

- the containers are stacked in the deposit and are ready for distribution

- the rods and bars are packed and put in containers

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[ Recycling Steel Area ]

[ Public Space ]

[ Filter System ]

[ Wind Breaker ]

- part of the scrap metal is melted in the electric arc furnace and transfered into the ladle, than it is cast into billets. - the rest of the scrap metal is going directly to the rolling mill area

- restaurants for workers and tourists, museum and the garden connect the three tower -as a lighthouse, it signals the entrance to the city

- the combustion gases are filtered in the upper area and released in the atmosphere as clean air

- the vertical strips in the upper area of the facade permit the wind to flow through it

[ Rolling Mill Area ]

[ Electricity Recover ]

- the scrap metal and the steel billets go into the reheat furnace and turned into finished rods and bars

- the heat from the furnace is used to boil water and is turned into steam - steam turns a turbine - turbine turns a generator that makes electricity

[ Administrative Offices ]

[ Solar Curtain System ]

- administrative management of the towers

- the facade produces renewable energy that it is used for recycling the steel

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[ Thank You For Considering ]

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Ioana Alexandra Mititelu - Architecture Portfolio