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PORTFOLIO 2013 JANICA ŠIPULOVÁ


THE POTENTIAL OF POST-INDUSTRIAL BRNO DIPLOMA THESIS, KAREL HAVLIS, FA VUT, 2011


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DWELLING FOR TROJA PRAGUE WORKSHOP, FELIPE ARTENGO RUFINO, 2011


LEARNING FROM TOKYO IKA, WIEN, HIROMI HOSOYA, 2011


TO COMPARE

PROTOTYPES

DENCITY, TYPLOLOGIES

CONTEXT

one block is divided into small plots prior to concrete development

further development can happen intependent from each other and enables permanenet change while keeping a functioning urban structure there is a shriving tendency in nowadays vienna to merge plots and develop one block at once.

EXHORBIANT INHERITANCE TAXESIt was almost impossible to maintain generation after generation a residence with large lot in a good neighbourhood. SUBDIVE - make room for the appartment buildings TO SELL - the whole lot were sold to a real company, huge condominium on the site

Edo had a cleary defined concept of the planned pattern. There were 4 main tips of residences - Daimyo, Hatamoto, Low - grade warrior districts and Commoner districts. A large part of Edo were Samurai districts 70%. The land was borrowed from shogunal government.

leagal height is generally between 16 and 21 meters and mostly lower for some parts of the inner area fo the block. the main types within those blocks are - corner building; mostly residential - comercial lowrise; e.g. on two mearged plots - standard type with a second development in the back area of the site. - lowrise development of general use according to leagal hight at that section.

The base unit 60 ken (109 m), ratios 1/3, 1/2 and 2/3. The system was slightly adjusted to the topography. The example of the base unit 7-10 x 20 ken (18 x 36 m).

The most of greenery was lost, eventhought it`s one of the most important asset in keeping the urban environment livable and comfortable. The historical division of the lots disappeared. It represents the vast majority of smallscale redevelopments in Tokyo today.

single family homes and allotments

Omotesando

Small singular houses with one or two storeys surrounded by green on an sparate buildinglot.

Small-scale redevelopments. Large existing plots are subdivided into several smaller plots and filled up with one-family houses, leaving little to no open space.

Shinonome

Land-use conversion of former brown field sites. Previously inaccessible areas in central locations.

Highly densed Buildingtype, in closed blocks in an strict system of orthogonal streets.

Buildingstructures larger than the old cityscale, organized around huge courts.

Free conectec singular buildings for several hundreds of people as an extention to the grown citystructure.

gruenderzeit extensions

community housing of Red Vienna

community housing of 60s and 70s

ESC - Studio WS 2011

LEARNING FROM TOKYO

Redevelopments of the old city fabric into th ehigh rise complex. The site amalgamated more than 400 smaller lots. Offices, Residences, Hotels, Shops, Museum, Movie Theater, TV Studio, School, Temple and Storage

Incremental renewal by replacing existing outdated and unprofitable buildings on-site.

Roppongi Hills

Marunouchi

Urban structure of hatamoto and lower samurai areas of Edo. This detail from a survey map produces in 1888 when the urban structure had changed little from the Edo period. shows area just west of Edo castle. Inside the outer castel moat on the right are Hatamsto areas, while to the left of the moat are lower samurai and commoner districts. Tokyo 1/5000 scale Survey Maps produced 1888.

Student‘s Name Frank Schwenk, Janica Sipulova, Martin Radner ,Veit Burgbacher


VISION AS A FIRST STEP OF THE DESIGN

FINAL DESIGN


BIG!BAD?MODERN! ORF IKA, WIEN, MICHELLE HOWARD, 2010/11


UNDESIRED SOLITUDE - THE ORF - MODERNISM MONUMENT IN VIENNA FROM ROLAND RAINER "If you want to dissect the ORF, you must first cut the skin!" What is the future of monument such as ORF? The extensive and dissected complex determines the whole development of the Küniglberg in Vienna. What is the relationship with its surrounding? From the very beginning, I was astonished by the quiant wall, which isolates the entire area of the broadcast station. There are only tree gates. To attain the main entry level, we have to get over the 120 meters long ramp designed for cars. The most critical paradoxes occur the space between the wall and ORF. This creates loose spaces that are almost unused. On closer examination of history, we will find that in the original design, the wall was not planned. The subtle front facade was not hidden behind the high wall. In the past, a built barrier was certainly justified, but with a project that brings a new program as a New Media School, the situation requires a rethink, ORF versus the public and neighborhoods. The location, I have chosen, is interesting from several aspects. The crucial is the position on the edge of the site, close to the semi-public rooms as restaurant, café, café terrace, entry for visitors and last but not least the biggest Studio 1 for TV shows. The new program generates changes and uses the full potential of the previously blind spot. It creates new entry area directly from the street level. Regrouping and reprogramming of space arise from the original labyrinth structure by adding, deleting, postponement and adding... I work with the space to rediscover and extend the crucial potential of the space. For me it is absolutely crucial not to look at ORF as untouchable building and to yoke it together with the ground. The New Media School is the tool to do it... shortly about modernism: Using rational, scientific, logical means to know the world. Optimism that we can understand and control an objective world. There is an absolute, universal truth that we can understand through rationalism and logic. Humans are material machines. We live in a purely physical world. Nothing exists beyond what our senses perceive...


LEARNING FROM AKH HOSPITAL IKA, WIEN, STEFAN GRUBER, 201O

LOST IN SAMENESS The research was concentrate on the building of the new AKH, which is seen through the human eyes perception as "a labyrint of corridors". The main issue was to understand the "megastructure" and the transfer process in its depths. To find a way to read the complex building, I used book "Learning from Las Vegas" by Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown published 1972. Las Vegas is not the subject of the book. The symbolism of architectural form is. The special approach to architecture of communication over space, achieved through style and signs. The key elements of my research were the navigation system of the people in these spaces. But what is wrong with the space? The whole hospital is designed as highly sophisticated system of complex infrastructure, including transport of various liquids, sanitary goods in containers... the principle was how to quickly and easy move the case from point A to point B. In the contradiction, we can`t talk about its impact on the orientation of patients, students and others. The space are created by prefabricated panels, seats, ceiling, doors, etc. After thousands of same door behind which is another hall, or a large staircase, or perhaps a library or anything? The sameness absorbs small differences and reject our attention to orientated ourself in the spaces. We are entirely depend on the signs and symbols. People are like a "blind sheep" walking and waiting for a sign and turn. Moreover, it is clear that the organization of the circulation is confusion and not all the sites are well marked. As a result some places are easily overlooked or not used because of missing guidelines. The mapping used in the 5 floor, which is the entrance level is considered as a representative of situation in the hospital. The method is used to refer about places that are bewilderingly sign. Few example of the specific location. The North street is not that used. The large staircase is badly sign, and one could not be sure where to get by it. The special location are known by the users – library, study spaces. The pharmacy need to have yellow food print in the floor that patients are not afraid to go in, etc.


SCHWEDEN PLATZ MAPPING, VIENNA IKA, WIEN, ANTJE LEHN, 201O


THE SQUARE IS MAPPED AS NARRATIVE MAP

The square is based in the center of the Vienna. It is an important traffic junction. First step of the research was series of visits of the square. As a result of this experience was created the narrative map of the area. The subjective perception was implement into the collage. On the series of the image we can see step by step of the manipulation with the images to the final narrative map. My own perception of the area is supported by the video illustrating the atmosphere of the square. The video shows different layers of a movement of cars, buses, bikes, other public transports and pedestrians with its different speed. We can see the prevailing left - right movement together with its rhythm. The rhythm is mainly illustrated by its acoustic atmosphere. The first part of the video demonstrates the different perception between the movement in the layer to see the movement of the layers. All those factors are brought to its extreme. The second part is an simple collage made by its mirroring. We perceive the moving layers and the composition of the static elements as an building, times to time pedestrians, cars, trams.


ROUDNICE FUNEREAL HALL COMPETITION IN COOPERATION, 2010


HOUSE ON THE WATER FRONT, PREROV BC. WORK, PAVEL JURA, FA VUT, BRNO, 2010


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FACULTY OF ARCHITECTURE BRNO 2009 - 2010 BACHELOR`S THESIS TOWNHOUSE ON THE WATERFRONT IN PREROV

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FACULTY OF ARCHITECTURE BRNO 2009 - 2010 BACHELOR`S THESIS TOWNHOUSE ON THE WATERFRONT IN PREROV


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ARCHITECTURE WORKSHOP, LIBEREC, CZ REVITALIZATION, 2008


Almost all cities in Czech Republic have problems with grey commuterdoms. Theses places don't have real identities. The main issues are Czech Republic | Brno | Vinohrady. both the poor quality of the open space around and the lack of social services. WORKSHOP LOCATION

LIBEREC-JEŠTĚD | 2009 | WORKSHOP | FREE THEME cegra | Architektu(h)ra The biggest commuterdoms in Brno

entrance

COMPETITION 1.price

ABOUT Revitalization of the grey commuterdoms. New parasite architecture. Improve enviroment around and social services.

parasite architecture

VINOHRADY

2009 POSITION

Duchnelli

REVITALIZATION


layer structure

layer structure

sandwich

public space

celling

sandwich

celling

living

parking

public space

living

parking


SMALL BIG HOUSE “NOHY-BOKOM� FA VUT, BRNO, FRANEK, 2007

What's happening with the city centre ? It starts to be an open air museum where only tourists go. The location is inbetween the historical center and the Spilberg hill with the old castle. The tower provides a new view over the city. We want our project to be provocativ and to point out the cities developments

trend of city population density history now


LOCATION Czech Republic | Brno | Besední and Veselá street. COOPERATION Báry Páralová | Báry Srpková

ABOUT The assignement is to design a new skyscraper focused on technologic progress and visionary character. A part of the topic is to choose its location place. The issue can be entirely subjective and visionnary. STUDENT PROJECT FA VUT Brno | 2008 | AT4 | Small-big house Ing.arch.Zdeněk Fránek

HUSOVA STREET

BESEDNÍ STREET VESELÁ STREET

2008 POSITION

HOTEL INTERNACIONAL CITY PARK

Nohý-bokom

SKYSCRAPERS


lifts

scheme of the technological solutions

stairs

expletory tubes floors

comunications horizonal main tubes

walls platforms fasade

vertical main tube straining beam

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...suspension

...straining platforms

Petrov

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Špilberk

126m

37,2m 26m

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TUBE flat

TUBE café restaurace TUBE library

kino | aula

study room

RELAX

grass covered slooping roof for relax

store | technical equipment


EUROPEAN PUNTIGAM GRAZ COMPETITION IN COLABORATION, GRAZ, 2009


LOCATION Austria | Steiemark | Graz | Puntigam COMPETITION European 10 COOPERATION Ania Zdunek | Aurore Rapid ABOUT Revitalization is a deliberate, organized, conscious effort by members of a group to create a new culture. Regarding Europan 10, it relates to the sites where the main question of mutation is: in spatially and socially disqualified areas, how can urban life be intensified?Linear spaces can play a strong role in the structure of existing urban areas, but how can their development be linked to their surrounding, thus reinforcing their role as public spaces?

BRIDGES

STATIONS

MULGANG

STUDENT PROJECT

MUR RAILWAY TRACK

TU GRAZ | 2009 | E5 | Architektur und Landschaft | landscape Loenhart, Klaus K., Univ.-Prof. Dipl.-Ing. (FH) MLA MDesS Harvard 2009

POSITION

LANDSCAPE

Pick-up Puntigam

PUNTIGAM HYBRID LANDSCAPE

A flexible system with a rich variety of plots occurs between the two water lines. Existing settlements of food wholesalers and galleries in the North are the start point for a further development of this areas identity as a production area.

The North-South direction in the project site is very dominant and consists of two waterlines, the old industrial railway track, the building settlement, the road system and the existing bicycle path along the river Mur.

New functions such as “U-pick” activities and fish farming will settle in the southern part followed by the existing flower market.

The site is lacking an East-Western communication and is not connected with the neighbouring areas. Therefore the living areas on both sides of the waterlines are not connected with each other and the current usage of the site does not attract visitors.

To reactivate and develop the railway track, an old industrial track, small scale water energy from the Muhlgang and solar energy will contribute. The future usage will be both for public and freight transport. NATURE

Enhancing plant and animal life Muhlgang Educational Parc

The new proposed East-Western direction is based on the typical way of parting up farm land that is still readable in the landscape further south. It is also adapted and connected to the existing infrastructure.

Natural Cleaning water systems

Preserved wild nature areas

A new pathway along the canal Muhlgang connects to the existing bicycle path along the river Mur and closes a circular communication between the two waterlines. The existing North-South directions are being given the opportunity to develop in a cross direction so that an interaction in the East-Western direction occurs, like a zipper. The water system, infrastructure, existing green structure, producing activities, new public functions and leisure inform each other. Along the river Mur an area is dedicated to an autonomous development of flora and fauna. The character of the Muhlgang is artificial and the canal is therefore more suitable to be used for the industry. The proposed park pathway that follows it is stricter shaped. Between the water lines new water collecting and cleaning systems are proposed according to the industrial settlement. In the northern part of the area the atmosphere is more urban and denser in terms of build mass. In the southern part the densification of the landscape is instead emphasised.

PRODUCTION

cultivating the nature assets of the location

Water energy

U-pick

Fish farming

Solar energy


Muhlgang

CROSS STRIPE CONCEPTHYBRID

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Green-scape

fishfarm cleaning

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footpath along rivers

Mur

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Hybrid structure

water cleaning

production Fishing

Cleaning

Farming

Energy Cooling

WATER PROGRAMM DEVELOPPER

CROSS STRIPE CONCEPT

Basic cross stripe Mulhgang

water power

Canoeing Fishing

Running Biking

Bading Ice skating

ENERGY SUPPLY AND PUBLIC TRANSPORT U-pick

Park

Fishing

recreation

solar energy

existing main direction

Cross stripe transformations Mur

stripe EAST -WEST of landscape giving acces to the 2 rivers

public transport revitalisation of the schleppbahn freight transport

new secondary directions

long plot with acces to both rivers

Lenght Break Enlarge

Railwaytrack Roads system

2 plots with acces to at least 1 river


STUDY SITE- CONCEPT

Spine

In the wider part of the study site, along the reactivated railway track, a new road crosses the land and gives access to the beautiful viewpoints that appear in the U-pick area.

Alley

A strong hierarchy of roads and paths is settled from the denser spine to the thin pedestrian paths giving access to the whole area.

Yard

The spine is locked upon as a public space that forms the entrance points to the U-pick area.

FISH-FARMING WINTER-SUMMER

These entrances introduce the visitor to the different activities, offering public functions and meeting points.

PATH WAYS

PUNTIGAM HYBRID LANDSCAPE

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Landmark 1 Fruit / Vegetables 2 Gallery 3 Slaughterhouse 4 Tagger Futter 5 Distance heating 6 Soap Factory 7 Puntigam street 8 Steyr Daimler Puch 9 City golf 10 Flower market

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COUNTRYSIDE

fish park green

pick up

industry

wood

water cleaning

public spaces

GRAZ CITY


BUILDING TYPOLOGY

XS-TYPOLOGY BEEHIVE- Bees

L-TYPOLOGY RAIL STATION STRUCTURE

S-TYPOLOGY U-PICK SERVICE

L-TYPOLOGY PARKING STRUCTURE

XL TYPOLOGY INDUSTRY-GREENHOUSE

M-TYPOLOGY HOUSING

BUILT&GREEN-SCAPES INTERACTIONS

First in winter time the green house helps in heating the other building by capturing the suns natural warmth. On nights and cloudy days, the other building will warm the green house.

SECTIONS SCHEMES

U-PICK

People will get a beautiful view from their office or living space when looking into the lush green garden. The combination of building against green house, thus generates an energy efficient hybrid.

SECTIONS ALLEY

U-PiCK PARC

PEDESTRIAN PATH

U-PiCK PARC

MULGANG The Muhlgang is incorporated with the park area and is sometimes reachable directly from the pathway.

MUR SPINE

To get close to the benches of Mur the alleys reach out in the river stepping down to the water.

PAVEMENT

ROAD

RAIL WAYS

ALLEY

PEDESTRIAN PATH

ROAD

WATER COLLECTING


PUNTIGAM - spine FISCH FARM

HERBS FARM YARD

FARM YARD

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STEDELJIK MUSEUM AMSTERODAM TU GRAZ, IN COOPERATION 2008

The new entrance has to be easily accessible from the old one.

The new museum building directs towards the Museum Plein

A yard is created for public life, intimacy, and to provide better light

Funnel effect invites observers, tourists, and people from the neighbourhood

Museum position in relation with the street, The Van Gogh Museum, The Museum Plein


LOCATION Netherlands | Amsterdam | Museum Plein COMPETITION COOPERATION Táňa Sojáková

ABOUT The museum Plein has many main entrances to the building (it doesn't have any main entrance). It's a quite large square where people lose connection with the building around. The S. Muzeum is the City's most significant modern art museum. The existing building is a classical museum building, well-known for its natural light. It's being regenerated and extended by Bethem Crouwel architects from Amsterdam. STUDENT PROJECT RIJKSMUSEUM

TU GRAZ | 2009 | E6 | Raumgestaltung | lighting design Rogier van der Heide | Köck | Schulz

VAN GOGH MUSEUM

GRASS COVERED SLOPING ROOF

POSITION

2009 MUZEUM-LIGHT DESIGN

Stedelijk muzeum

CONCERT HALL

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Book shop

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Store/depot

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MITTERMEERLAND DUBROVNIK AA VISITNG SCHOOL, 2010


BRNO CITY INTERVENTION BRNO, 2010


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