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PORTFOLIO Irina Angelova


25 years PERSONAL INFORMATION Irina Petrova Angelova 13 May 1986 Master Architect

CONTACT INFORMATION 1164 Sofia, Bulgaria 46 Galichitsa Str. Lozenetz District tel.: +359 878 630 001 e-mail: irinkaangelova@gmail.com www.issu.com/irinaangelova

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Library

Architecture University

UACEG, Faculty of Architecture Public Buildings Department

Project leader

Chief Assist. Prof. Arch Aneta Slavova

Type of project Course project Year

September 2008 ­̶ January 2009

Summary

The project for a neighborhood library for popular literature is an idea for an oasis recreating The way of the book.

Idea development

Situated amidst an attractive square space and a small park, the building provides the visitor with a variety of walkways. Visitor’s experience coming to the library is comparable to reading a new book.

Working model building

Southern elevation

Reading room interior

Working model situation

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Ready-made Outerwear Factory

Architecture University

UACEG, Faculty of Architecture Industrial and Agricultural Buildings Department

Project leader

Assoc. Prof. Rayna Kyupribashieva, D Arch

Type of project Course project Year

September 2008 ­̶ January 2009

Summary

The project presents an urban planning solution to the industrial area in Blagoevgrad and an architectural design of a specific building. The first part of the project, developed jointly with my friend and colleague Iva Stoyanova, includes a town planning analysis and suggestions for the central part of the area. The second part is an industrial building which fully complies with the existing urban plan and this kind of industry. The volumetric and space solution of the building is inspired by the production process and the specific situation, dynamically developed in height, it symbolises the performance of a ready-made product.

Northeastern perspective

Construction building model

Model of Urban planning project

Idea development

Working model building

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Furniture Design Programme

Interior & Design University

UACEG, Faculty of Architecture Interior and Design in Architecture Department

Project leader

Arch Asparouh Nachev

Type of project Course project Year

September 2008 ­̶ January 2009

Summary

The elaborated furniture design programme has the capacity to accommodate all necessary tools for a man and a woman. Based on simple geometric elements, it can conserve the belongings for a long period of time.

Nomenclature

The four modules offer opportunities to combine according to specific needs and space, creating a unique look for each product. Diversifying the angles of application makes it applicable to all types of wardrobes and closets. Compositional possibility perspective

Bedroom perspective

Bedroom perspective

Compositional possibility perspective

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Sofia development models in the years

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1956

1965

1985

1991

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towards the world directions in the years 1956

1965

1985

1991

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Sofia City Urban Planning and Development A Western Direction Plan Update Suggestion Urban Planning

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Balkan Mountains

University

Sofia City Urban Planning and Development A Western Direction Plan Update Suggestion

Project leader

Assoc. Prof. Vesselin Donchev, D Arch Assoc. Prof. Valeri Ivanov, D Arch

Type of project Prediploma project in Urban Planning Theory

2009

Year

October 2009 ­̶ January 2010

Summary

The project’s main contribution is the study of the morphological aspects of the urban structure and development of theoretical concepts for development of the city of Sofia.

Sofia field Vitosha Mountains Urban development forecast model of Sofia City, 2025

A universal method of the systematic and structural analysis and synthesis was employed, which allows the study of complex objects, and a forecast for Sofia’s urban development and planning to be prepared. Proceeding from the territorial structure of the city, a model for radial and concentric scheme of development was developed.

Development concept of the western direction of Sofia City

Territorial structure of Sofia in 1897 Sofia City model in 1897

Radial scheme of the territorial structure

Concentric scheme of the territorial structure Territorial structure analysis of Sofia City, 1897

Urban concept, functional areas

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Secondary City Center

Urban planning University

UACEG, Faculty of Architecture Urban Planning Department

Project leader

Prof. Vesselina Troeva, D Arch Assoc. Prof. Valeri Ivanov, D Arch

Type of project Prediploma project in Urban Planning & Design Year

February 2010 ­̶ June 2010

Summary

The territory southeast of the Ring road in the periphery of the capital is the object of secondary city center development. Situated in rich natural areas, the project proposes four main cores ­̶ health, sport, culture and services, zoned according to the existing areas and the potential of the territory. The main compositional axis follows the best mountain views, requiring the establishment of a new communication system. West gate of the city and three emblematic buildings dominate in the skyline of the connections between the main boulevards and directs to the historic center of the town.

Perspective model

Functional areas

Residential area perspective

Main road perspective

Central area perspective

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Strategy for Renewal and Development of the Riverside Area of the City of Ruse Ruse Municipality

Ruse Lions Club

Urban Planning University

UACEG, Faculty of Architecture Urban Planning Department Project leader Prof. Vesselina Troeva, D Arch Assoc. Prof. Valeri Ivanov, D Arch Type of project MA diploma project Year October 2010 ­̶ January 2011 Summary The project makes a brief retrospective of the basic

Award

Web

highlights in the historical development of the city, which shaped the riverside area to its current condition. It presents a study of the regional and European-scale problems and outlines the major trends in the development of the towns and cities along the Danube river. It suggests a new urban vision of the central riverside area, whose main purpose is to formulate the long-term priorities for development of the territory. Rousse Municipality Award for project in the field of art and culture Danube river and Rousse ­̶ preservation of the urban culture and regional identity. Partnership with Lions. Team Leader.

The new passenger terminal perspective

http://issuu.com/irinaangelova/docs/dbook

Danube Cultural Centre perspective

City view perspective from the river

Project model

Fair centre perspective

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Strategy for Renewal and Development of the Riverside Area of the City of Ruse Project Concept

Ruse Municipality

Ruse Lions Club

Approach roads from the water and the land

Connections between the city and the river

Slavyanska Street pedestrian area perspective Promenades

Points of intersection

Baba Tonka Street pedestrian area perspective Functional areas

Green connections and spaces

A view of Ruse Quay Park

Tsar Osvoboditel Boulevard pedestrian area perspective

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Strategy for Renewal and Development of the Riverside Area of the City of Ruse Ruse Municipality

Ruse Lions Club

The new passenger terminal of city of Ruse

The Roman Castel Sexsaginta Pristis

A view of the new passenger terminal and road junction

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COMPETIONS Lifetime

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C.C.I.P. Cultural Centre Izover for Production Organizer

ISOVER Multi-Comfort House Students Contest

Type of project Architectural Competition Year

March 2010

Team

Irina Angelova, Architect, Bulgaria Iva Stoynova, Architect, Bulgaria

Summary

I participated in Isover’s 6th International Student Competition with my colleague and friend Iva Stoyanova. We faced the challenge to make a proposal for the revitalisation and conversion of the Chamber of Commerce and Production in Paris into a passive building.

Bird view of the model

During the elaboration of the project we conducted a through urban analysis of the Pantin region and the development of the French capital in northeastern direction. Our proposal was to convert the C.C.I.P. building into a Cultural Centre Isover for Production ­̶ à modern platform for art, which creates a better standard of life and a different lifestyle for the people from the neighbourhood and the city.

Web

http://www.isover-students.com/content/view/160/178/

Northeastern perspective

Southern elevation perspective

Building model

Building in the area

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COMPETIONS

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New Life for Prefab Panel Residential Complexes Organizer

ARCHMODULE International Platform for Competitions Type of project Architectural Competition Award 1st place in the competition Year June 2011 Team Corresponding Member, Prof. Arch. Atanas Dimitrov Kovachev, DSc, Bulgaria Irina Angelova, Architect, Bulgaria Milen Sariev, Landscape Architect, Bulgaria Kremena Dineva, Engineer, Bulgaria The project generates ideas for a specific panel block Summary

Winter gardens on north Extension terraces on south

in Mladost district. The conceptual design addresses the issue of conceptual architectural solution to the appearance of the building by taking into account the potential of the proposed ideas for mass application. At the root of the architectural concept lies the idea to improve and modernize the existing building through general solutions. It offers clear treatment of the components of the building and creates a modern look for the building.

Web

http://www.archmodule.com/archmodule/default/results/1842003

Northeastern perspective

Northwestern perspective

New rooms in the dead points New building structures

Module principle for the space

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INTERNATIONAL

Curiosity

Aalto University Design Factory


YTK/IFHP Urban Planning and Design Summer School 2012 Organizer

YTK Land Use Planning and Urban Studies Group Aalto University, Helsinki, Finland IFHP International Federation for Housing and Planning

Location

Helsinki, Jyväskylä, Finland

Year

August 2012

Workshop leader Prof. Panu Lehtovuori Field of study

Diverse Urban Living

Summary

KANGAS CONNECTED

This project aims to encourage social interaction and foster economic growth by facilitating connections within the community and beyond. Using a people-centric approach we have altered the urban fabric and purposed urban design solutions for the space that can meet our strategic vision for Kangas ­̶ facilitating connections within the community and beyond. This was a three-week intensive international project with: Robert Giusti, Strategic Designer, Canada Hanna Bieffert, Urban sociologist, Germany Mo Dai Hao, Urban planner, China Irina Angelova, Architect, Bulgaria

Website http://ytksummerschool.aalto.fi/index.html http://ifhp.org/ifhp-blog/18th-ytkifhp-urban-planningsummer-school-finland#.Unt52PlBJLU 27


INTERNATIONAL Curiosity


YTK/IFHP Urban Planning and Design Summer School 2012

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INTERNATIONAL Curiosity


I WISH this WAS‌Common scenarios for Transvaal Organizer

IFHP International Federation for Housing and Planning URBEGO Young Planning Professionals Platform The Hague Municipality

Location

The Hague, Netherlands

Year

February 2013

Workshop leader Guilia Maci Field of study

Integrated planning Housing policy Community participation

Summary In the lead up to the IFHP Centenary congress in London, 25 international young professionals from urban planning, architecture and associated disciplines were invited to The Hague municipality for one week workshop. The objective was to explore and identify new methods for the transformation of the Transvaal-North housing area. The task was to strategically assess the developed and social environment of Transvaal, to share knowledge and experience and to propose new and innovative solutions that meet the needs of local stakeholders and community for the future of the area.

Web http://issuu.com/urbego/docs/urbego_transvaalworkshopreport

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INTERNATIONAL Curiosity


ERASMUS Intensive Program 2013 Organizer

Politecnico di Torino, Italy

Location

Torino, Italy

Year

April 2013

UPWARD Urban Project Workshop and Responsible Planning

Workshop leader Prof. Giuseppe Cinà Team leader Field of study

Prof. István Schneller Bence Török Sz.

Extension of existing building

Reconstruction of existing building

New challenges for urban project Urban agriculture

Summary In the periphery north of Torino, in an area expected to become an agricultural park, the question was how to plan and reuse urban and peri-urban agricultural areas raising the urban quality. With an interdisciplinary approach, we proposed agricultural diversification using sustainably local resources and engage people from the city through revitalization of the existing farms and connecting them in a network. This was a two-week intensive international project with: Kateŕina Čechová, Czech Republic Irina Angelova, Bulgaria Viktória Teremy, Hungary Amy Priestly, United Kingdom Csilla Czene, Italy

Web http://areeweb.polito.it/didattica/UPWARD/dwd/final2013/group_6f.pdf

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URBAN PLANNER Experience


National Level Project Project name

National Concept for Spatial Development of the Republic of Bulgaria for the period 2013-2025

Institution

National Center for Regional Development

Year

2012

Team Leader

Prof. Dr. Arch Vesselina Troeva

Summary

Culture stratification and status of road projects in R. Bulgaria

Spatial development concept

Levels of administrative functions of core centers

Healthcare centers ­̶ Level of services provided

Territories with specific characteristics Danube river municipalities

Territories with specific characteristics Black sea municipalities

National Concept for Spatial Development of the Republic of Bulgaria (NCSD) for the period 2013-2025 is mediumterm strategic document that provides guidelines for management and conservation of the national territory and aqua territory and creates preconditions for spatial orientation and coordination of sectorial policies. Together with the National Regional Development Strategy 2012-2022, it is a key document in our latest legislation and tools for integrated planning and sustainable spatial, economic and social development.

My participation Analysis of analogous European documents and summary of results; Analysis and definition of areas with specific characteristics in Bulgaria; Processing the spatial data, GIS information organization, spatial analyses and GIS visualizations; Collection of spatial data to create a database for the purpose of NCSD; Graphics applications and final layout of the document.

Web http://www.bgregio.eu/media/files/Programirane%20 &%20ocenka/Programirane%202014-2020/NKPR%20proekt.pdf

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URBAN PLANNER Experience


Regional Level Projects Projects name

Regional Development Plan of NUTS 2 level Regional Development Strategy of NUTS 3 level

Institution

National Center for Regional Development

Year

2012

Team Leader

Arch. Petko Evrev Arch. Stoicho Motev

Urban spatial structure Regional development plan of South-west planning region NUTS 2

Urban spatial structure Regional development plan of North-east planning region NUTS 2

Regions for targeted support Regional development plan of South-west planning region NUTS 2

Regions for targeted support Regional development plan of North-east planning region NUTS 2

Regions for targeted support Regional development strategy for Kyustendil Province NUTS 3

Regions for targeted support Regional development strategy for Dobrich Province NUTS 3

Summary Define the overall strategic development framework for the next programming period 2014-2020, by integrating economic, social and infrastructural aspects of sustainable and balanced growth. They reflect the current understanding of the potential-oriented, rather than barriers in developing an integrated approach that recognizes the need for effective partnerships, spatial and temporal coordination and concentration on a limited number of priorities in terms of economic, financial, social and political crisis.

My participation Developing the regions for targeted support in team with urban planner Boyko Kermekchiev; Analysis of territorial-administrative units in Bulgaria; Processing of information, GIS spatial analysis and visualizations.

Web http://www.strategy.bg/StrategicDocuments/View.aspx?lang=bg-BG&Id=866 http://www.strategy.bg/StrategicDocuments/List.aspx?lang=bg-BG&categoryId= 37&typeConsultation=2&typeCategory=37&docType=1

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Localisation of new features in the territory Experience

North-east zone with potential for development of production, industry and agricultural production

URBAN PLANNER

Warehousing and logistics

Centre for mixed-use multifunctional area of regional significance

Centre for mixed-use multifunctional area of district significance

Centre for mixed-use multifunctional area of municipal significance South-east zone with potential for development of agricultural production and cultural and educational tourism Danube River recreation area

Municipal buildings, part of the district educational routes

Rest and recreation centre

Recreational area of municipal significance Recreational area of urban significance New residential areas in the municipal centre New residential areas in small and medium-sized populated places

Areas with potential for development of experimental agriculture


Municipality Level Project Project name

Concept for spatial development of Slivo Pole Municipality

Institution

National Center for Regional Development

Year

2012

Team Leader

Arch Ira Kuneva

Functional hierarchy of settlements network

Policies and regulations for spatial development

Summary Concept for spatial development of Slivo Pole Municipality is a new type of document which is a tool for strategic spatial planning rather than a direct impact on the physical environment. It gives guidelines for spatial planning and regional planning documents at the municipality level, reflecting the expectations of the planning documents for regional development of higher hierarchical level.

Administrative functions of the towns and cities Very small towns Medium-sized villages Small villages Very small villages

My participation Analysis of spatial urban structure;

Stage of development

Preparation of spatial development model of the municipality; Preparation of graphics applications and presentations; Coordinator and final layout of the document.

Web http://slivopole.ru-se.com/usr_files/KPR_Slivopole_site.pdf

Spatial development policies and measures Environmental protection policies Transportation policies Economic policies

Stage of economic development

Agriculture development policies

Stage of social services

Forestry development policies

Stage of tourism development Complex rating Stable centres

Ecological zone

Developing centres

Business zone

Centres in decline

Agricultural zone Forestry zone

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Integrated assessment of urban structural units Experience

Social character area

URBAN PLANNER

Assessment based on number of criteria in groups for each zone Low Average High


City Level Projects Project name

Institution

Year Team Leader

Integrated Plan for Urban Regeneration and Development of Sofia City 2014-2020 National Center for Regional Development Urbitat Ltd Infraproject Consult Ltd 2013 Prof. Dr. Arch Vesselina Troeva Arch Yani Vulkanov Econ. Rozalina Kozleva

Potential zones for urban regeneration and development Zones with potential for economic development

Areas for priority intervention Zones with potential for economic development

Public functions area with high importance

Group projects: Square of tolerance

GIS spatial database of the project

GIS spatial database of area

Summary Integrated Plan for Urban Regeneration and Development of Sofia city 2014-2020 is a combination of time and space connected projects, actions and investments that apply in certain urban areas of influence. It integrates policies and unites diverse participants for their joint implementation, contributing to the realization of the vision and strategy for the development of the city by 2020.

My participation Identifying stakeholders and target groups; Analysis of the projects included in the areas of influence; Participation in the working group for the area of public functions with high importance; GIS spatial analyses and visualizations; Collection of spatial data to create a database for the purpose of IPURD.

Web http://www.sofiaxxi.eu/

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ARCHITECT

Adventure


Residential Building

Design office Lead architect Location Year Summary

ATEK Ltd. Arch Valeri Ivanov Arch Irina Angelova Tutrakan, Bulgaria June 2013 The residential building is located in a property with a wonderful view in the high part of the town of Tutrakan, Bulgaria. Due to the high inclination of the terrain are created three functional entrances at different levels. The volume of the house is solved at two levels divided by staircase. Living area and the pool are oriented towards the panorama of Danube river. The exterior of the house and the architectural are subject to the functional design of the building and are characteristic of the area.

Working interior swimming pool

Northeast perspective

Southeast perspective

Interior staircase

Southwest perspective

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WEB

Net

Project

http://irinkaangelova.com/blog/en/

Leader

Irina Angelova

Web design

Nikolay Mihailov

Year

2011

Topic

Website, which presents the main projects that I have developed as student in the University of Architecture, Civil Engineering and Geodesy, Sofia and some events in which I participated. Site launched in May 2011 and was updated for three years.


Event Organizers Practice Leader Bulgaria

1st Architecture Biannale of Thessaloniki Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, School of Architecture Movement 5 Museums, Goethe Institute

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Arch Elena Dimitrova Assoc. Prof. Dr. Arch Boyan Georgiev Year January 2012 Location Thessaloniki, Greece Topic Architecture and the City in South East Europe My participation Curator of UACEG Exhibition http://skgarch2012.web.auth.gr/ Web http://issuu.com/artbox.gr/docs/biennale-cataloguefinal_small2/7?e=1087234/4813412

Video in the web http://www.vimeo.com/36794031

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