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Katarzyna Lewandowska, M. Arch

PORTFOLIO architecture + design

selected works 2010-2018


Curriculum vitae

Katarzyna Lewandowska CONTACT date of birth adress

telephone email

EXPERIENCE Katarzyna Zuzanna Lewandowska 01.09.1993 13 Callisto Court 108 Hammersley Road E16 1FW London 0044 7598919469 lewandowska.katarzyn@gmail.com

SKILLS

LANGUAGES

Microsoft Office Adobe Photoshop Adobe InDesign Adobe Illustrator AutoCAD VectorWorks Rhinoceros Grasshopper 3Ds Max Design MAXScript Revit SketchUp Laser cutting Robotic fabrication Hand drafting and modelling

English Polish German French Swedish

november 2017 - january 2018

Part II Architectural Assistant | Nicholas Hare Architects | London Projects: York St. John Creative Centre, competition entry | Cambridge Student Accommodation, feasibility study | The Purcell Music School, strategic masterplan

september 2017 - ongoing

Member of the Revision Committee of the Gdansk Fahrenheit Scholarship Holders Association| Gdansk, Poland

january 2016 - september 2017

President of the Gdansk Fahrenheit Scholarship Holders Association| Gdansk, Poland

september 2015 - july 2016

Part I Architectural Assistant | NAU2 | Zurich, Switzerland Projects: TNT Logistics Centre, post-competition design | Pierre de Coubertin stadium, competition entry | Walk School, competition entry| Zurich Yacht Club, renovation, construction stage | Raiffeisen Bank, interior design | UZI5 Chemistry Department, interior design | Vogele Kultur Zentrum, exhibition design| Cinemont, interior and furniture design

june - july 2015

Summer placement at the Cardiff Undergraduate Research Opportunities Programme (CUROP) | Supervisor: Mhairi McVicar | Cardiff University ‘Analysis of Architectural Practice` - analysis of unpublished construction details of Mies van der Rohe, OMA and Caruso St John

september 2013 - june 2014

Completion of the Cardiff Award program | Cardiff University

september 2013 - june 2014

Head of Design in student newspaper Gair Rhydd | Cardiff University

june 2013

Architectural model of Gdansk Mass Terminal (GTM) in the Gdansk North Harbour for the official opening of the development | ADS Studio Anna Dubicka-Sawicka | Gdansk, Poland

may 2013

Cover page for the annaul student art magazine ‘Ty Celf’ | Cardiff University

may 2013

Prop design for the Da Vinci`s Deamons TV series | STARZ/Fox| Swansea, Wales Illustrator and Member of Photography Team in Student Media, Quench and Gair Rhydd | Cardiff University

EDUCATION 2015-2017

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Master of Architecture | Welsh School of Architecture | Cardiff, Wales | First Class Honours Design studio: Verticality, sustainability and parametrics Dissertation: ‘From Vernacular to Digital: The translation of cob building methods into a digital fabrication process.’ | Supervisor: Wassim Jabi

2012-2015

Bachelor of Science in Architectural Studies | Welsh School of Architecture | Cardiff, Wales | Second Class Honours Division One

october 2012 - june 2014

2010-2012

International Baccalaureate | IB World School no. 001309 | High School no. III | Gdansk, Poland Higher Level: Mathematics 7 | Physics 7 | English 6 Standard Level: History 7 | French 7 | Polish 6 Awarded „Primus inter Pares” for the highest IB exam result in the school (43/45)

SCHOLARSHIPS september 2012 - june 2017

Gdansk Fahrenheit Scholarship | First scholarship in Poland dedicated to covering the partial or full cost of studies abroad awarded to high school graduates residing in Gdansk who demostrate an outstanding academic record


Katarzyna Lewandowska

Table of contents

ACADEMIC

CALLAGHAN SQUARE TIMBER HIGH-RISE

6

PROFESSIONAL

YORK ST. JOHN

QUEEN ANNE HOUSE

ESCHER

Projektwettbewerb Schulanlage Walka mit Auditorium Zermatt

CREATIVE CENTRE

THE PURCELL

8

STRATEGIC MASTERPLAN

108

PSH I

CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY 36.0

m2

I 72.0

nz. Klassem2

101

PS

118

m m2 Vorrau I 37.2

PS

I 72.0

nz. Klassem2

101

+1640.75

120

Lichthof

119

I 6.0

118

I 72.0

110

DezSo I 36.0

119

+1647.35

m2

118

I 18.0

I 36.0

bwartm2

I 72.0

109

DfF m2

I 72.0

m2

I 72.0

PS

I 72.0

119

I 6.0

119

I 6.0

105

Luftraum

Luftraum

72.0

ten Gestal m2

edia m2 Multim I 72.0

103

tech.I

Grundriss 6. OG 1:200

m2

Luftraum

I 10.5

m2

Grundriss 4. OG 1:200

m2

Luftraum

I 10.5

m2

706

119 102

+1644.05

m2

118

I 72.0

nz. Klassem2

108

PSH I

108

PSH I

I 72.0

nz. Klassem2

101

PS

PS

101

m m2 Vorrau I 37.2

I 9.0

72.0

ten Gestal m2

m2

ten Gestal m2 text. I 72.0

119

103

118

m m2 Vorrau I 37.2

I 9.0

tech.I

m2

119

2

nal m2 PersoI 36.0

104

LagerI 36.0

119

36.0

36.0

m2

m2

101

PS

I 72.0

I 72.0

nz. Klassem2

101

PS

ESCHER

nz. Klassem2

Concours Stade Pierre-de-Coubertin

120

120

Lichthof

Lichthof

nz. Klassem2

101

nz. Klassem2

I 72.0

nz. Klassem2

101

PS

PS

101

nz. Klassem2

101

PS

118

m m2 Vorrau I 37.2

I 36.0

nz. Klassem2

101

702/707

PS

Putz/A

m2

m m2 Vorrau I 37.2

I 9.0

I 36.0

109

DfF

I 72.0

nz. Klassem2

101

PS

24

109

m2

+1637.45

+1637.45

26

119

DfF

m2

102

118

m m2 Vorrau I 37.2

I 9.0

ten Gestal m2 text. I 72.0

119

Eclosion

Grundriss 7. OG 1:200

nz. Klassem2

101

PS

Luftraum

Grundriss 5. OG 1:200

m2

m m2 Vorrau I 13.6

I 10.5

m2

Luftraum

119

20

+1640.75

Projektwettbewerb Schulanlage Walka mit Auditorium Zermatt

7

PROGRAMME

1620

A

B

+1634.15

301

indera m2 GemeI 72.0 um 1619

nd

e Trennwa

möglich

C

m2

1618

36.0 I 72.0

nz. Klassem2

101

PS

118

m m2 Vorrau I 37.2

H=15.3 m

1617

Perimeter

301

um36.0) (2x indera m2 GemeI 72.0

108

PSH I

E

1640

1.2

PS

D

I 72.0

nz. Klassem2

101

+1634.15

119

I 6.0

2.OG

+1630.85

118

m2

m m2 Vorrau I 13.6

I 10.5

m2

Foyer Bühne

1619

Technik

Saal

+1627.55

I 72.0

nz. Klassem2

101

PS

Luftraum

1.OG

Garderobe

+1616.0

H=8.9 m

±0.00 = +1623.7

3.0

2.UG

Vorraum

Technik

+1624.2

+1619.85 1.UG 1623

ten

I 36.0

1620

Geräte

Geräte 2.UG

4.5

PS

1621 1622

I 72.0

nz. Klassem2

10

101

4

+1616.0

H=13.5 m

m2

2

EG

Erschliessung Tschugge

Turnhalle

1624

105

Gestal ech.m2 text./tI 72.0

m2

m2

±0.00 = +1623.7

+1619.85

110

I 9.0

EG

1.UG

DezSo I 36.0

119

109

DfF

I 72.0

nz. Klassem2

101

0

Perimeter

120

Lichthof

Luftraum

+1634.15

PS

Schnitt C-C 1:200

H=11.7 m

1625

A

Bahnhofs

1627

trasse

1628

1626

1629

1630

B

E

Les différents terrains de sport situés dans le périmètre d’intervention sont en principe maintenus à leur position actuelle, confirmant l’usage existant et répondant au souci de faisabilité économique. Dans le détail, différents ajustements mineurs sont prévus afin d’offrir des espaces de circulation plus généreux autour du stade. A l’est, les terrains de football sont légèrement déplacés, au nord l’orientation du terrain pour les juniors est tournée et à l’ouest les terrains de basket sont déplacés de l’autre côté de la zone de beach-volley.

1650

118

L’entrée principale se situe le long de l’avenue Pierre-de-Coubertin, un demi-niveau plus haut que le rez-de-chaussée des vestiaires. Cette solution de coupe permet un accès de plein pied depuis le parking répondant aux exigences pour les personnes à mobilité réduite tout en assurant une bonne visibilité aux espaces de l’entrée, de l’administration et de la buvette. Cette dernière conçue de façon traversante est prolongée par une terrasse côté sud avec vue sur le stade et le lac. Au sud-est, derrière la tribune secondaire une seconde buvette ainsi que des locaux de service sont aménagés de façon similaire. Ces espaces sont intégrés dans la topographie sous la forme de collines artificielles dans l’esprit du projet paysager post-Expo 64.

1660

m m2 Vorrau I 37.2

L’aménagement des gradins fixes suit les lignes de la topographie s’élevant légèrement sur les deux longs côtés et redescendant de façon asymétrique vers le lac au sud-ouest. A cet endroit l’aménagement d’une petite zone sans gradins et l‘élagage de l’arborisation permet une trouée visuelle vers le lac, créant un lien spatial et sensible. En plan, la géométrie de l’anneau des gradins se détache quelque peu de la courbe de la piste afin de maximiser les portions de lignes droites (minimisant ainsi la hauteur et la profondeur des tribunes provisoires). La configuration de la piste d’athlétisme est conforme aux exigences de l’IAAF (“Standard Track, catégorie III”).

119

PROFESSIONAL

La masse du programme incluant les surfaces des locaux démolis est répartie de façon compacte sur deux étages sous la tribune principale. Au rez-de-chaussée se situent les espaces pour la presse et les salles de conférences, alors que les vestiaires sont aménagés au sous-sol en parallèle de la piste d’échauffement intérieure. Les ouvertures sur le côté ouest permettent une bonne illumination naturelle des locaux principaux. Une série de puits de lumières amènent de la lumière naturelle supplémentaire aux espaces de circulation intérieurs ainsi qu’à la piste d’échauffement. Les accès et les circulations sont clairs et directs, permettant une circulation aisée tout en répondant aux exigences de la police du feu.

Metzg gasse

D

C

Perimeter

Grundriss 3. OG 1:200

7.OG

PS Klassenz.

PS Klassenz.

PS Klassenz.

PS Klassenz.

PS Klassenz.

PS Klassenz.

PS Klassenz.

PS Klassenz.

PS Klassenz.

PS Klassenz.

PS Klassenz.

PS Klassenz.

PS Klassenz.

PS Klassenz.

PS Klassenz.

PS Klassenz.

+1647.35

Vorraum

ny

6.OG +1644.05

5.OG +1640.75

Dorig

4.OG +1637.45

3.OG

aire de lancers

Musik

Lehrer

Eingangshalle

Gemeinderaum

Gemeinderaum

2.OG +1630.85

+1630.85 2.OG

boucle de course

accès véhicules accès nord (entrée principale)

TNT SWISS POST accès

buvette WC

stockage matériel 600 m2 véhicules techniques (longs) 200 m2

buvette WC nord

écran

accès village

Ou

ch

y

dépose VIP 300 m2

+1627.55 1.OG

accès optionnel couverture 5230 places (+600 presse & VIP)

tribune ouest (prov.) 4040 places

tribune ouest (fixe) 2160 places couverture 2890 places accès loges tribune ouest (fixe) 1670 places

presse

Speisesaal ±0.00 = +1623.7

EG

+1619.85

1.UG

Gemeindearchiv

Schnitt B-B 1:200

ESCHER

Vue depuis le nord (esplanade/Av. Pierre-de-Coubertin) avec les structures provisoires

PIERRE-DE-COUBERTIN

sortie athlètes

30

28

total capacité stade: 6070 places fixes 6150 places provisoires dont 8120 places couvertes

Portrait Test "Anonymous"

I.CH

IDENTITY

STADIUM

EXHIBITION SCENOGRAPHY

EXHIBITION SCENOGRAPHY

32

34

36

ORIGAMI

REVEALING PATTERN

42

43

tribune est (prov.) 2110 places

2000

2000

tribune de presse (env. 600 places normales)

80

Küche

tribune nord (fixe) 1460 places

réception VIP 800 m2

9 Loges VIP 250 m2

Bibliothek

Abwart

PRIMARY SCHOOL| KINDERGARDEN

entrée athlètes

accueil VIP 1000 m2

ZET

10

Rahmen F1-M01 (ca. 50x70)

accès véhicules accès est

village "Athletissima" 7000 m2

esplanade

4

Vue depuis le nord (esplanade/Av. Pierre-de-Coubertin)

accès principal

LOGISTICS CENTER

WC ouest vestiaires

2

sans les structures provisoires

véhicules techniques 430 m2

accès village

admin.

SSA

Putzraum

shuttle bus

sortie

accès stade

ZET

+1627.55

Foyer

0

accueil athlètes 100 m2

accès ouest

1.OG

zone premiers secours 3000 m2 (hors desserte athlètes)

dépose athlètes 60 m2

Dor igny L/EP FL

M / alad Fl TP on / ière

Lager / Material

javelot

poids

cars TV 2500 m2

Gemeinderaum

+1634.15 3.OG

disque

zone d'échauffement 5000m2 (hors aires de lancers)

piste d'échauffement (100m)

UNI

Gemeinderaum

+1634.15

Perimeter

périmètre tir à l'arc

1840

80

80

1840

80

80

80

accès véhicules optionnel accès sudouest (lac)

tribune sud (fixe) 780 places

WC

buvette est

Légende enceinte manifestation gradins fixes gradins provisoires

DIGITAL DESIGN

Vue depuis le sud (promenade du bord du lac)

Vue depuis le sud (promenade du bord du lac)

sans les structures provisoires

avec les structures provisoires

village ‘Athletissima’

zone premiers secours

Espl anad des Cant e ons

ATHLETISSIMA Le concept pour Athletissima prévoit l’aménagement de deux tribunes provisoires sur les longs côtés de l’anneau: une tribune principale côté ouest et une tribune plus petite côté est. Cette solution offre un bon compromis entre la qualité de l’ambiance et la rationalité de la mise en place. Située sur le corps de bâtiment des vestiaires, la tribune principale comprend 6’200 places assises (fixes et provisoires), la tribune de presse, les loges VIP et la tour de chronométrage. Cette dernière étant une installation fixe, judicieusement positionnée afin de s’intégrer harmonieusement dans la tribune provisoire. Côté est, la petite tribune a une capacité approximative de 3’800 places. Les tribunes nord et sud complètent l’offre afin d’atteindre une capacité totale de 12’200 places assises dont 8’100 sont couvertes.

zone technique et stockage

Athlètes L’accueil sécurisé des athlètes se fait en bordure ouest du parking sur la nouvelle zone de stationnement sans arbres. L’espace extérieur d’échauffement se situe à proximité sur le terrain de tir à l’arc au nord-ouest. Seule la ligne droite des 100m est conçue comme installation fixe, afin de minimiser l’impact sur l’arborisation existante. Depuis la tente d’accueil un escalier conduit les athlètes directement au sous-sol où sont situés la piste d’échauffement intérieure et la chambre d’appel. La sortie du stade se fait par le couloir d’accès sud (zone mixte) où sont situés l’aire des cérémonies protocolaires et le contrôle anti-doping. De là, les athlètes bénéficie d’un accès aisé aux vestiaires tout comme à la zone presse et VIP.

580

Fonctionnement d’Athletissima 1:1000

580

zone presse zone VIP

2500

2500

1840

1840

zone athlètes

accès sud

Presse et VIP Les espaces mis à disposition de la presse et des VIP sont situés à l’ouest sur les Public terrains de basket et de beach-volley. Les cars TV sont parqués en bordure tout Pour les spectateurs, l’accès principal se fait depuis le nord (TL et shuttle bus) à l’ouest alors que les espaces VIP (dépose, accueil et réception) sont prévus empruntant le nouvel axe nord-sud et pénétrant dans le stade par l’esplanade directement derrière la tribune principale. Des escaliers et un ascenseur provisoire d’entrée. Des accès secondaires sont prévus à l’est, au sud et à l’ouest permettant permettent de rejoindre les deux niveaux des loges situées à la hauteur de la un délestage des flux notamment en cas d’évacuation du stade. Le village ligne d’arrivée. A l’avant des loges et de la tour de chronométrage (intégrée dans ‘Athletissima’ est prévu à l’est sur le terrain de football, facilement accessible la structure provisoire) se situe la tribune de presse. Quelques places sont aussi le gros spectateurs venant depuis le nordArchitekt et l’est. A l’arrière de la disponibles sur le toit des loges. La salle de presse se situe quant à elle à proximité / Szenograf: ichpour _ wie online Lebendes uns verändert Bauherr: Mayer Titel:tribune QR Portrait - Marissa Architekt / Szenograf: ich _ wie online Leben uns verändert Bauherr: QR Portrait - Mark Zuckerberg Titel: Vögele Kultur Zentrum NAU GmbH Projekt Nr.: 1511-219 Ausstellung, Vögele Kultur Drawing Nr.: 248_DE principale unZentrum dédoublement des espaces de circulation sur deux étages (niveau au rez-de-chaussée, facilement accessible depuis le couloir de sortie sud. 1511-219 Vögele Kultur Zentrum NAU GmbH Projekt Nr.: Ausstellung, Vögele Kultur Zentrum Gwattstrasse 14, CH-8808 Pfäffikon Riedtlistrasse 27, CH-8006 Zürich Datum: 13.10.2015 Drawing Nr.: 241_DE Format: A3 Gwattstrasse 14, CH-8808 Pfäffikon Riedtlistrasse 27, CH-8006 Zürich Datum: 13.10.2015 Tel. 055 416et 11 11, info@voegelekultur.ch 044 382 10 62, info@nau.coop Phase: Format: A3 terrain de beach-volley (+374.5) sommet tribuneTel.fixe (+378.7)) est prévu afin de Ausführung Scale: 1:10 Tel. 055 416 11 11, info@voegelekultur.ch Tel. 044 382 10 62, info@nau.coop Phase: Ausführung Scale: 1:10 répondre aux pics d’affluence notamment lors de la sortie du stade. Les buvettes Logistique et prestataires techniques et les WC sont répartis adéquatement sur l’ensemble du site (ouest, nord et sud). Pour le personnel d’exploitation et de sécurité, différentes zones sont prévues, notamment le long de l’avenue Pierre-de-Coubertin (véhicules d’entretien légers), sur le parking (premiers secours) et en marge de la zone terrain de beach-volley (véhicules d’entretien lourds et stockage matériel). Un accent particulier est mis sur la fluidité et la sécurité du trafic motorisé, permettant une circulation en boucle avec des zones des déposes généreuses isolées des flots piétons.

I.CH

Portrait Test "Anonymous" Portrait Test "Marissa Mayer"

CINEMONT

Portrait Test "Mark Zuckerberg"

QR PORTRAITS

40

Vue depuis l’intérieur du stade (tribune principale) sans les structures provisoires

SOLAE SHADING

CINEMA LAMPS

41

Vue depuis l’intérieur du stade (tribune principale) avec les structures provisoires

INTERACTIVE FACADE

OTHER

GDANSK MASS TERMINAL

HAND DRAWING

46

48

REPRESENTATION MODEL

INK & PENCIL

3


ACADEMIC


CALLAGHAN SQUARE TIMBER HIGH-RISE

Academic: Master Thesis 2016-2017 Design studio: Sustainability, Verticality and Parametrics Tutors: Wassim Jabi, Benjamin Spaeth


Katarzyna Lewandowska

Academic | Callaghan Square

TENSION

Prototyping outcomes

TENSION

COMPRESSION

COMPRESSION

When bent, plywood increases its stiffness and stability. The initial modelling experiments investigated how those properties are affected by the relation between the amplitude of the curve and the thickness of plywood. At this stage the function of the metal elements was to push out and hold timber in place. Those elements experienced high compression and caused tension onto the plywood depending on the position of the model.

The following research focused on different connection methods between the plywood elements. As a next step the prototype was to be translated into a viable structural system for a tall building. Therefore plywood was substituted with glue laminated timber and a new connection between the elements was developed.

Timber and parametrics The aim of the design studio Sustainability, Verticality and Parametrics was to investigate the structural abilities of engineered timber and challenge its attainable construction height. The thesis focused on exploring qualities of tall timber structures informed by the technological advancements of parametric design and robotic fabrication which allow to design and fabricate free-form timber elements. The initial prototyping research concentrated on spatial and structural characteristics of bent timber. Informed by the morphology of wood, the investigation focused on development of a structural system, in which the load is transferred along the direction of continuous fibres. A series of models presented above was built using 3.6mm plywood and metal rods.

The difference between the prototype and the building structure are the forces acting on the tall building and consequently the function of the steel rods. In the structural system, timber is formed and laminated into the appropriate shape, hence the metal element is not needed to hold its shape. Instead, as seen in the diagram of dead loads, the steel reinforcement rod is maintained to prevent deflection in places where forces are not counterbalanced. Finally, an important consideration was to determine an appropriate scale and size of the structure. The factors considered where the size of the created spaces in relation to a human, the overall appearance of the tower and the required thickness of the material. 7


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COLUMNS Dimension taper with the building height Base of the tower: 1200/450mm Top of the tower: 900/450mm Unit length: 9000mm

BEAMS Connection between columns 600/450mm Unit length: 6200-8400mm

DOUBLE BEAMS Connection within column 600/350mm Unit length: 1700-3300mm

STEEL PLATES Connection between column and a single beam

DOUBLE CONNECTION STEEL PLATE Connects four column units and four to eigth beams

SINGLE CONNECTION STEEL PLATE Connects two column units and four to six beams

Final structural system | Exploded axonometric view 8

STRUCTURAL SYSTEM COMPONENTS


Katarzyna Lewandowska

Academic | Callaghan Square

Steel plate connection

Assembly configurations In the final design of the structural system, the aim was to conceal all the steel connections in the timber members in order to ensure 60 minutes of fire resistance of the entire structure. The system allows to assemble units depending on the building design, as the distance between them remains flexible and depends on the size of the beams and available spans.

A CONTINUOUS WALL

CANTILEVER CORNER

FRAME CONSTRUCTION

VARIATION IN DISTANCE BETWEEN WALLS

VARIATION IN DISTANCE BETWEEN UNITS

MIRRORED UNITS

Glue laminated timber beam 600mm CLT deck 125mm Floor protection membrane Impact sound insulation 140mm Rubber sound insulation layer Dry screed 60mm Floor finish

Section through the timber structure | 1:20 9


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LISTED BUILDINGS

CITY CENTER TALL BUILDINGS TALL BUILDINGS TALL BUILDINGS TALL TALL BUILDINGS BUILDINGS 90m 90m BAY AREA 90m 90m 90m TALL BUILDINGS NEAR 90m

LISTED BUILDINGS

18m

GREEN SPACES GREEN SPACES GREEN SPACES GREEN GREEN SPACES SPACES KEY VIEWS FROM THE SITE KEY VIEWS FROM THETHE SITE GREEN SPACES KEY VIEWS FROM SITE KEY KEY VIEWS VIEWS FROM FROM THE THE SITE SITE

CITY CENTER BAY AREA NEAR

FAR

KEY VIEWS FROM THE SITE

KEY TURIST ATTRACTIONS KEYKEY TURIST ATTRACTIONS TURIST ATTRACTIONS KEY KEY TURIST TURIST ATTRACTIONS ATTRACTIONS KEY VIEWS TOWARDS THE SITE KEY VIEWS TOWARDS THETHE SITE KEY TURIST ATTRACTIONS KEY VIEWS TOWARDS SITE KEY KEY VIEWS VIEWS TOWARDS TOWARDS THE THE SITE SITE

18m 18m 18m 18m 18m FAR 3m

3m 3m 3m 3m 3m

KEY VIEWS TOWARDS THE SITE

KEY ECONOMIC ZONE KEYKEY ECONOMIC ZONE ECONOMIC ZONE KEY KEY ECONOMIC ECONOMIC ZONE ZONE CENTRAL SQUARE CENTRAL SQUARE KEY ECONOMIC ZONE CENTRAL SQUARE CENTRAL CENTRAL SQUARE SQUARE CARDIFF MASTERPLAN CARDIFF MASTERPLAN CENTRAL SQUARE CARDIFF MASTERPLAN CARDIFF CARDIFF MASTERPLAN MASTERPLAN EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT CARDIFF MASTERPLAN EMPLOYMENT

RESIDENTIAL RESIDENTIAL RESIDENTIAL RESIDENTIAL RESIDENTIAL

RESIDENTIAL

Verticality | Urban and historic context

10

View from St Mary Street

In parallel, the spatial qualities of the structural system were explored in relation to the urban and socio-economic context of Cardiff. Due to its recent history, the capital of Wales was chosen as the location to investigate the challenges and potential of verticality in sustainable development of a young city. During the Industrial Revolution, Cardiff experienced rapid growth from a medieval village to an international export hub and the contemporary regeneration strategies are aiming at redevelopment of abandoned coal and iron infrastructure. As a result, the urban fabric of the city forms two distinct city centres: the historic town located around the Castle and the regenerated Bay area. Both districts are bisected with residential Butetown and neglected warehouses. The aim is to re-connect those areas and extend the historic axis of Cardiff Castle and St Mary Street through a green corridor which leads to the Bay. The orientation of the timber tower within the city creates a transition point between those districts and reinforces views and routes towards the key landmarks.


A

Katarzyna Lewandowska

Academic | Callaghan Square

B

B

B

INITIAL MASTERPLAN INFLUENCED BY THE EXISTING CIRCULATION PATHS

EXTENSION OF THE CANAL PARK

TALLEST TOWER ON THE AXIS WITH CARDIFF CASTLE AND ST MARY STREET

A

A

A B

CREATION OF TWIN TOWER TO FORM A GATE BETWEEN CARDIFF CITY CENTRE AND BAY

HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT INFLUENCED BY THE HEIGHT OF NEIGHBOURING BUILDINGS

ORIENTATION OF TOWERS TOWARDS THE KEY VIEWS IN THE CITY - HISTORIC TOWN AND BAY AREA B

Urban planning | Masterplan The proposed masterplan maintains the established circulation routes on the site and extends the Canal Park - a green corridor leading to the Wetland Park in Cardiff Bay. The tallest tower is designed to be a landmark which will visually close the historic axis of St Mary street and open a new connection path to the modern, regenerated Bay area. The direction of the south and north elevations aim at enhancing and maximising the views towards the key locations within the city. The north facades face towards Cardiff Castle, historic town and Bute Park. In the background it is also possible to admire the outline of Welsh Valleys. The south faces of the towers frame the panoramic view of the Bay and Severn Estuary.

A

A

B

A

Site section

Site plan B

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Callaghan Square | Academic

12

Katarzyna Lewandowska

Section A-A

Section B-B


A

Katarzyna Lewandowska

Academic | Callaghan Square

B

B

12th floor | Office and co-working space

28th floor | Restaurant

A

B

Ground floor | Entrance lobby

20th floor | Conference center and hotel

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Glue laminated beam 1200/450mm Vapour control barrier Rigid insulation 140mm Weatherproof membrane Roof coping panel

Double glazing: Glass 6 mm Cavity 15mm Glass 8mm Metal frame 100mm

Ballast Weatherproof membrane Rigid insulation (min. slope 1:80) 245-160mm Vapour control barrier CLT deck 165mm Insulation / lathing 35mm Fire protection boarding 30mm

Callaghan Square | Academic

Machanically openable rooflight frame

Katarzyna Lewandowska

Waterproof membrane Timber frame 15mm Insulation 50mm Timber frame 15mm

Verticality | Socio-economic context

Nowadays Cardiff is a strong academic centre; 20% of its population are students who form a relatively young society and bring high intellectual potential for the development of the city. Therefore, the spatial and programmatic arrangement of the tower is developed in a response to the modern, emergent modes of work and collaboration, which become increasingly popular among young graduates. As the development of information technologies changed the way of communication allowing for rapid exchange of ideas, the professionals become more independent and mobile. This transformation is reflected in a growing interest in start-ups and establishment of ‘digital nomads’ - people who work remotely and travel. As the result, the contemporary office has changed its character from a static workstation to a dynamic, network of relationships, as the importance of movement, adaptation and social interaction in the professional environment has increased.

Those transformations are clearly apparent in the young generation of Cardiff; nonetheless due to the horizontal character of the city the emerging hubs are spread across significant distances and do not form strong connections. Verticality brings the advantage of concentrating the creative and intellectual forces together, allowing for an increased interaction and exchange.

Solid timber wall 129mm Gypsium fibreboard 15mm Mineral fibreboard 40-70 kg/m3 80mm Gypsium fibreboard 15mm Solid timber wall 129mm

Nonetheless, due to their significant size, tall buildings pose challenges in formation of communities and may lack the sense of transparency. The key consideration is to achieve a spatial organization which welcomes external visitors but maintains high level of security and comfort required to perform mental work. Therefore, the investigation of the spatial qualities of the developed structural system focuses on finding the balance between the desired level privacy and social interaction. The design sets to explore a model for a dynamic office environment by providing a mix of open co-working spaces and private rentable offices. The spatial organisation of the tower allows users to choose an appropriate workstation according to the performed task, current mood, preferred views, external weather conditions and required comfort levels.

Floor finish Dry screed 25mm Rubber sound insulation layer 12mm Impact sound insulation 60mm Floor protection membrane CLT floor panel 165mm Insulation / lathing 35mm Fire protection boarding 30mm Glue laminated beam 600mm

Ventilation grill 35mm Metal frame 55m Ventilation grill 35mm Metal profile Insulation 185mm Waterproof membrane Metal frame 55mm

Reinforced glass panel 19mm Metal frame170mm Solar shading 45mm Double glazing: Glass 6 mm Cavity 15mm Glass 8mm Metal frame 100mm

Double glazing door: Glass 6 mm Cavity 15mm Glass 8mm Metal frame 100mm

Waterproof membrane Insulation 200mm Drainage gutter

Floor finish Dry screed 60mm Protection membrane Insulation 140 mm Concrete floor 500mm Waterproof membrane Piled foundation

Concrete wall 480mm Waterproof membrane Insulation 200mm

Drainage pipe Gravel

North elevation NORTH ELEVATION 1:35

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Section B-B

SECTION B-B 1:35

Section B-B

SECTION B-B 1:35

South elevation SOUTH ELEVATION 1:35


Academic | Callaghan Square

Katarzyna Lewandowska

Office units In Cardiff there is a demand for new A grade work spaces, moreover there are several emerging centres which connect start-ups and young freelancers. The organisation of the tower aims at creating opportunities for them to connect and exchange ideas. The scheme is divided into units, four floors each. It gives freedom to decide whether each unit becomes a speculative office for rent or an open co-working space accessible at a subscription fee.

Entrance lobby

15


Callaghan Square | Academic

16

Katarzyna Lewandowska

Co-working space


Academic | Callaghan Square

Katarzyna Lewandowska

Reinforced glass panel 19mm Metal frame170mm Solar shading 45mm Double glazing: Glass 6 mm Cavity 15mm Glass 8mm Metal frame 100mm Solid timber wall 125mm Gypsium fibreboard 15mm Mineral fibreboard 40-70 kg/m3 80mm Airborne sound insulation 60dB

Ventilation grill 35mm Metal frame 55m Ventilation grill 35mm Metal profile Insulation 185mm Waterproof membrane

Solid timber wall 125mm

Metal frame 55mm

Facade system | North elevation | 1:20

Internal partition wall | 1:20

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PROFESSIONAL


Katarzyna Lewandowska

YORK ST. JOHN CREATIVE CENTRE

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Professional: Nicholas Hare Architects Location: York, England Group: Carol Lelliott | Andrew Gowing | Henry Posner | Carol King | Camilla Francis | Philip Springall | Chris Mannings 2017 Responsibilities: Design development, digital modelling, rendering and preparation of presentation drawings


Katarzyna Lewandowska

Professional | York St. John

Routes and links to the site

Social quarter | Front courtyard

York St John is a fast-growing university with an aspiration to provide high quality learning environment for their students, adaptable for a future change. The site is located on the main university campus, nearby the existing Student Union, Refectory and Design Centre. Therefore, the proposed scheme creates a central courtyard which links all the neighbouring buildings together to create a sense of unity within the university and provide an outdoor meeting point for students. The new Creative Centre accommodates specialist facilities for music, dance, media and computer sciences. The north wing is composed of three modular teaching blocks, adaptable for multiple classroom arrangements. As the university expands there is also an opportunity to extend those modules onto the adjacent empty plot. The practice and performance facilities are located at the front. The geometry and materiality of the auditorium emphasise its internal use and give a distinctive, iconic appearance from the main circulation routes. The key features of the proposal are the central atrium and open-learning spaces along the courtyard, which maintain a direct connection with the neighbouring Design Centre as well as the external greenery. During the academic year the atrium serves as a university’s social hub; it is also suitable for exhibiting creative work produced in the Centre. The views across all the levels create a lively study space for students and a welcoming reception area for visitors during public events.

Left: Main route to the site from the city centre

East entrance route to the site 21


York St. John | Professional

22

Katarzyna Lewandowska

Open learning space

First Floor

View across the main atrium

Ground Floor


Katarzyna Lewandowska

Professional | York St. John

Pre- and post- production

Practice and performance

Various fit-out scenarios for learning spaces

Entrance foyer | Coffee shop

Exhibition and reception area

Section A-A | Practice and performance spaces

Section B-B | Learning and rehearsal spaces

First floor coffee shop and entrance to the performance hall 23


Katarzyna Lewandowska

QUEEN ANNE HOUSE

CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY | STUDENT ACCOMMODATION

24

Professional: Nicholas Hare Architects Location: Cambridge, England Group: Nicholas Hare | Stephen Golding 2018 Responsibilities: Preliminary site assessment and feasibility study


Katarzyna Lewandowska

Professional | Queen Anne House

Top Floor Plan

Aerial view of the student housing block

Typical Floor Plan The Queen Anne House project is a quick, initial feasibility study for a student accommodation block. The site is located in Cambridge city centre in proximity to recreation grounds and a residential area. One of the constraints for the project is a blank wall of the neighbouring car park, another important consideration is the privacy and scale of the housing development on the opposite side of the plot. The U-shape of the proposed building aims to maximise the site capacity, at the same time allows maximum sunlight for each room and avoids overlooking to the adjacent residential area. The internal courtyard will become a social, meeting space for students and the backyard has a capacity to store bikes for each resident. The study has also thoroughly considered accessibility for disabled students. Left: Ground Floor Plan

View of the courtyard 25


Katarzyna Lewandowska

THE PURCELL MUSIC SCHOOL STRATEGIC MASTERPLAN

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Professional: Nicholas Hare Architects Location: Bushey, England Group: Carol Lelliott | Clive Gray | Antonia Khayatt 2018 Responsibilities: Development of strategic masterplan, site survey, documentation and analysis of existing buildings


Katarzyna Lewandowska

Professional | The Purcell Music School

Phase I | Relocation and demolition of science block to create a spacious courtyard and new music accommodation.

Phase II | Decant of the music practice rooms to the new location. Creation of new sport and well-being facility.

Capacity study | Relocation of existing uses and provision of new facilities The Purcell is a specialist music school in Bushey. As the site is located within the greenbelt, most of the school facilities are situated thighly within the development border. Over the past hundred years the school has constructed various additions and extensions, nonetheless the current quality and organisation of teaching spaces require improvement. The aim of the project is to revise the master planning strategy, assess the site capacity and identify potential planning risks and constraints. The school intends to continue teaching throughout the whole redevelopment process. Thus, a critical aspect is the phasing strategy which avoids temporary relocation of facilities and minimises disruption on-site.

Phase III | New performance space and entrance area to the school.

Phase IV | Demolition of existing sport facilities. New courtyard will provide space for state-of -art music rehearsal space.

The main objectives are to extend the school’s sport and well-being facilities, increase the number of music practice rooms and enhance the quality of teaching and performance spaces. Therefore the identified priority is construction of ‘The Space’ - gym and fitness suite also available for orchestra rehearsals during the next stages of building works. The following phase is refurbishment of the main Performance Space and entrance area. The aspiration is to host a number of music events and improve the experience upon arrival to the school. Subsequent phases of the masterplan are refurbishment and redevelopment of general and music teaching rooms. The strategy provides sufficient amount of facilities for each department and improves the quality of external spaces at the back of the main building by creating two protected courtyards and maximising views towards the open greenbelt. Left top: Original building of the Caledonian Boarding School | beginning of XXth century Left bottom: Original school building and Music Centre | XXIth century

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TNT SWISS POST LOGISTICS CENTER

Professional: NAU2 GmbH 2015-2016 Responsibilities: Representation of cladding strategy, CAD drawing Location: Buchs, Switzerland Stage: Post-competition design development


Professional | TNT Swiss Post

Katarzyna Lewandowska GF Büro: 725m2

GF Büro: 740(~980)m2 GF Halle: (1460)m2 1)

Aufenthalt

381.20 = -0.20m ( Annahme GT)

5.OG

17.50 m

4.OG

14.00 m

3.OG

10.50 m

2.OG

7.00 m

1.OG

3.50 m

Luftraum

Luftraum

25.6 (Soll (Soll == 25.00m!!!) 25.00m!!!) 25.6

21.00 m

1.15 Büro 24m2

1.15 Büro 18m2

26m2

Galerie 91m2

Bürofl. 328m 2 17m2

Techn. / Schacht 9m2

Techn. 9m2

WC D 13m2

WC D 13m2

17m2 3m2

3m2

WC H 13m2

Putzr./ Nebenr. 8m2

Nebenr. Teek. 13m2 (18m2)

WC H 13m2

Schacht 9m2

24m2

381.40 =0.00

Luftraum

3.5 3.5

Grundstücksgrenze Grundstücksgrenze

Attika 24.50 m

6.OG

2.1 Bürofl. Fremdmieter 571m2

Dachterasse 372m2

Dachterasse 57m2

Section A-A

Schnitt A-A Ansicht West

1st floor

Top floor

24.50 m Attika

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21.00 m 6.OG

10.50 m 3.OG

Betriebshalle, Sortieranlage

2.5 2.5

Installationsraum LH 9.0m

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2.OG

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17.50 m 5.OG

GF Büro: ~980m2 * GF Halle: 3800m2

GF Büro: 1305m2

Zugang Chauffeure Infra

Galerie (Option) min. 3.25m

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1-2%

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1.4 Sitzung 30m2

1.4 Sitzung 18m2

1.4 Sitzung 18m2

Hauswart 22m2

1.4 Sitzung 18m2

1.13. Grossraumb. 939m 2

WC D 13m2

17m2

Aufenthalt

3m2

Section B-B

Cafeteria 160m 2

Nebenr. 13m2

Putzr./ Nebenr. 8m2

Teek. 18m2

Backoffice Empfang 18m2

Empfang

Windfang

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WC H 13m2

1.12 Durchg. zu Lager 12m2

1.29 erste Hilfe/Durchg. 24m2

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110

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21.00 m m 21.00

110

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Grundstücksgrenze Grundstücksgrenze

110

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mögl. Galerie "2.OG" (Optional)

TNT Swiss Post is a new logistic center for the post and parcel delivery located next to the train line in Buchs, Switzerland. The project offers a hangar for storage and sorting as well as an office building for the company. The proposed floor plan maximises the access to light for each worker while maintaining the high efficiency of the core. The top floors may be rented out to the third party companies, therefore the design considers different strategies for dividing the space.

75

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45

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3rd floor

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-3.30m/Div. -3.30m/Div.

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110

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17m2

Baulinie

17.50 m m 17.50

Techn. / Schacht 9m2

Lounge 86m2

Grundstücksgrenze Grundstücksgrenze

21.00 21.00 m m

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Grundstücksgrenze Grundstücksgrenze

24.50 m m 24.50

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1.6 Büro Betrieb ca. 12 AP 117m 2

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TNT Swiss Post

Neubau Betriebszentrum Deutschweiz, Buchs AG

Neubau Betriebszentrum Deutschweiz, Buchs AG

GP-Team / Architekt:

Arge Enzamm Fischer Partner AG + NAU GmbH

NAU Gmbh, Riedtlistr. 27, 8006 Zürich GP-Team c/o / Architekt:

T. +41 44 271 06 80, F. +41 44 271 0678, info@nau.coop

Arge Enzamm Fischer Partner AG + NAU GmbH c/o NAU Gmbh, Riedtlistr. 27, 8006 Zürich T. +41 44 271 06 80, F. +41 44 271 0678, info@nau.coop

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TNT Swiss Post

1500

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GP-Team / Architekt:

Titel:

Arge Enzamm Fischer Partner AG + NAU GmbH c/o NAU Gmbh, Riedtlistr. 27, 8006 Zürich T. +41 44 271 06 80, F. +41 44 271 0678, info@nau.coop

Projekt-Nr.: Datum: Phase:

Cladding strategy

Panel 1 - Axonometric view

TNT Swiss Post

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Panel 1 - Axonometric view

Neubau Betriebszentrum Deutschweiz, Buchs AG

Panel 1 - Axonometric view

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Titel: Projekt-Nr.: Datum: Titel: Phase:

Projekt-Nr.: Datum: Phase:

1501-211 25.11.15 Überarbeitung Wettbewerb

1501-211 25.11.15 Überarbeitung Wettbewerb

Plan-Nr.: Format: Massstab:

A3

Plan-Nr.: Format: Massstab:

A3

1501-211 25.11.15 Überarbeitung Wettbewerb

Plan-Nr.: Format: Massstab:

A3

At the competition stage a feature of the external appearance of the project was a series of irregular, horizontal divisions. The idea was further developed by designing a metal cladding system which will create a shiny effect by reflecting light from its surface. The aim was to develop forms of three to four panels which could be assembled in an irregular pattern. The decorative openings cut in those elements will at the same time provide solar shading for the internal space. 29


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ESCHER

PRIMARY SCHOOL AND KINDERGARTEN Professional: NAU2 GmbH 2016 Responsibilities: Preparation of competition drawings Location: Zermatt, Switzerland Stage: Competition entry

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Kindergarten

Kindergarten

The narrow plot is located under a steep cliff and contains existing underground spaces which need to be considered in the design. The program consists of a primary school, large auditorium, gym and a kindergarten. For security and convenience each of those facilities has its own independent access point. The organisation of the buildings forms a protected courtyard with a view over the alpine town, directed towards Matterhorn - the most popular swiss landmark. Kindergarten

Kindergarten

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The school is located in the heart of a popular ski resort Zermatt in Switzerland. The town is situated in a valley in Alps and can be accessed only with a train line. Car usage is forbidden, thus locals commute only with electric vehicles. The historic character of Zermatt is preserved and protected therefore it is highly important that any new development fits aesthetically with the existing alpine context. The form of the design replicates local style through the pitched roofs present everywhere in the resort and the modern elevation contributes to the contemporary character of the project. Wooden panels not only create a vertical divisions but also provide solar shading against the eastern sun.

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Schnitt H-H 1:200

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Vue depuis le nord (esplanade/Av. Pierre-de-Coubertin) avec les structures provisoires

PIERRE-DE-COUBERTIN STADIUM

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373 373

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378.70 375.25

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382.40 375.25 374.50 372.00 378.70 372.00

374.50

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375.25 372.00

375.00

1.3.1 véhicules stade accès 1.2.3 1.2.4

1.1.7

1.2.3

1.1.7

1.2.4

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1.2.4

375.00

éléments en béton préfabriqué, isolation et étanchéité sur les vestiaires

378.30

1.7.2

378.30

1.7.2

37 372 2 +378.70

374.50

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piste d’athlétisme en tartan, pelouses pour les aires de lancers et le pourtour

375.00

4.1.2

385.54 382.40

4.1.2 1.3.1

382.40 378.70

1.3.1

385.54 378.70 375.25

4.1.2 accès véhicules stade

382.40 375.25 374.50 372.00 378.70 372.00

372 372

1.3.1 salle de presse

374.50

373 Coupe/ Élévation D-D 1:500 373 avec les structures provisoires Coupe/ Élévation D-D 1:500

1.1.7

1.2.3

372.00

372 372

avec les structures provisoires

sans les structures provisoires

1.01 vestiaires

37 37 7 7

B B B

3737 99

378.30

377 377

socle béton à l'axe de la structure

375.00

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1.1.7

1.3.1

377 377

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378.30

1.7.2

378.30

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1.1.7

378.30

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375.00

Coupe/ Élévation C-C 1:500 sans les structures provisoires Coupe/ Élévation C-C 1:500

1.0.1

1.1.7

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376 376 378 378

1.7.4 WC H 30m2

373 373

Plan 1:1000 Plan de de situation situation 1:1000 | Axonometric view Structure

Superposition des systèmes

Système structural de la structure permanente La structure porteuse à vocation permanente se compose d’un sous-sol et d’un rez-de-chaussée. L’ensemble est prévu en béton armé. Chaque tribune sera construite sans joints de dilatation. Les dalles s’appuyant sur des murs porteurs

372 372

nappe phréatique

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375.00 1.1.7

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1.1.7

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375.25 1.0.1 1.0.1

1.3.1

375.00

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1.3.1

1.1.7

378.30

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373 373

375.25 372.00 372.00 375.25

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372.00

1.0.1 Nett. 14m2

Section C-C

1.0.1 Chauf. 16m2

1.3.2 Salle modulaire 200m2

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DÉVELOPPEMENT DURABLE

CONCEPT STRUCTURAL & STRUCTURES PROVISOIRES La structure porteuse du nouveau stade est composée d’une structure permanente et d’une structure amovible pour les gradins provisoires ainsi que pour la couverture provisoire.

397.00

375.00

372.00

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397.00

ancrage micropieux

375.25 1.0.1

port port de Vidy de Vidy

1.2.1 infirm. 15m2

374 374

375.25 372.00 372.00

375 375

1.1.1 V. rugby 40 m2

1.3.1 Salle de presse 500 m2

378.30

375.25 1.0.1

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390.70 378.30

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377

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390.70

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390.70

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390.70

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390.70

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arborisation à l’aide d’espèces indigènes, reconstruction de biotopes

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375.00

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modélisation du terrain, pelouses et champs de fleurs

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1.1.1 V. rugby 40 m2

1.0.1 Salle de conférence 132 m2

1.1.7

accroche câble (fixe)

douches

topographie

sans les structures 1:2500provisoires

1.2.4

1.0.1 WC 58 m2

1.1.7 Piste échauf. 860 m2

1.1.4 musculation 147 m2

375.00

374 374

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1.1.7

1.2.4

3 3 37 37

Coupe/ Élévation D-D 1:500

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nappe phréatique

1.1.7

1.2.3

378 378

Accès vestiaires +374.80

375.00

1.3.1 véhicules stade accès 1.2.3 1.2.4

avec les structures provisoires

sans les structures provisoires

battus battus

377 377

accès véhicules stade

375.25

379 379

375 375

374.50

1.7.2

383181

37 37 9 9 378

378

373474

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385.54

Système structural de la structure provisoire / amovible La structure du toit se compose d’éléments de poutre treillis de type ‘Layher’ distants de 2.50 m, de longueurs variables, adaptées à la géométrie des deux toitures. A ces éléments seront rajoutés des poutres longitudinales au droit des points d’accrochex des câbles de retenue, distant de 7.50 m. Les câbles s’appuient sur une tourelle composés d’éléments d’échafaudage type ‘Layher’. La structure pour les gradins se base sur un même type de système d’échafaudage. La structure pour les gradins provisoires vient s’appuyer sur la partie de la

Allée du Bornan Allée du Bornan

1.3.4 Trait.résultats 50m2

373575

397.00

376 376 377 377

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397.00

378.30

381

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397.00

372 372

gradins fixes

381

câble de retenue

1.0.1 S. de conférence 85 m2

construction indépendante en béton armé

382.40 378.70

378

378

tourelles contreventées composées d’éléments d’échafaudage, poteau d'appui chaque 7.50m

structure gradins composé d’éléments

avec les structures provisoires d’échaffaudage

tour de chronométrage

1.3.1

378

379

B B B

1.6.2 Stock. matériel 256 m2

373 373

1.3.1

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375

Plan niveau gradins 1:500

378

374 374 37 37 4 4

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378

376

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375

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382.40

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380

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381

37 37 4 4 3737 22

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1.6.1 Stock. Buvette 50m2 1.1.2 Ch. d'appel 100m2

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375 375

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poutre treillis type 376 ‘Layer’ (entraxe 2.50m)

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376

378

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375 375

clubs clubs d'aviron d'aviron

374 374

382

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382

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376 376

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382

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3737 55

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378 378

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377 377

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378

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373

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1.5.4 Vest. F 16m2

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1.6.1 local 1.7.2 buvette

378

1.5.5 Vest. H 25m2

37 7

poutres treillis de longeurs variables (entraxe 2.50m)

D D

logistique 100m2 1.6.1 local 50m2 logistique 50m2

+378.3

pupitres modulables sur deux rangées pour la presse

1.5.7 rang. admin. 60m2

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buvette est

construction provisoire sur mesure afin d’intégrer la tour de chronométrage

+373.5

football football juniors juniors

373

373

loges et tribune de presse

+375.0

buvette buvette est / WC est / WC +378.3 +378.3

4 4 37 37

1.7.3 WC F 1.7.2 buvette 25m2 100m2 WC H 1.7.2 1.7.4 buvette 25m2 100m2

+378.3

37 7

4 37

4 37

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37 7

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7 377 37

5 37

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376 376

382 382

C

373373

764 337

WC

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4 4 537 37367 37

574 373

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8

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6 37 375

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mur tourelles contreventées, système d’échaffaudage type ‘Layher’ (entraxe 2.50m) poutre 1.7.1 tribune sudtreillis type ‘Layer’ (entraxe 2.50m) 820 placespoutre longitudinal avec sytème d’accroche 1.7.1 tribune sud 820 placespour les tirants

+374.0

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6 37

6 37

structure toiture

+374.0

toile pvc, posée en bandes tendue à main (largeur 2.50m, pente 8%)

C C

football juniors football juniors

sortie athlètes

élément3 de 'grue' 78

3

3

+375.0

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375 375

379 379

380

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37

37

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+374.0

tribune de presse (env. 600 places normales)

+375.0 +375.0

3

3

+375.0

37 7

376 376

376 376

+375.0

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sortie athlètes sortie athlètes

37

37

1:2500 1:2500

8

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4.1.2 tribune Loges de presse (env. 600 places 2 260 m tribune de presse normales) (env. 600 places normales)

câble de retenue

+376.2

Access and circulation strategy

accès optionnel accès optionnel

377 377

+375.0

4.1.2 Loges 260 m2 4.1.2 Loges 260 m2

3

3

+376.2

37 7

377 377

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presse accès loges presse

37

37

8

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entrée athlètes

374 374

+376.2

37 7

37

4 4 6 6 5 5 37 37 37 37 3737

toile PVC (tendue à main, entraxe 2.50m)

37+378.7 8

Accès Accès véhicules véhicules & & mobilité mobilité douce douce

+377.0

esplanade

374 374

presse

37 377 7

poteaux d’appui (entraxe 7.50m) et tirants avec ancrage au sol

esplanade

378 378

accès loges accès loges

37 378 8

couverture

accès vestiaires

esplanade

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+378.7 +378.7

1.7.1 tribune ouest 1670 places

+378.7

37

tour de tour de chronométrage chronométrage

D

3 3 37 37

accès vestiaires accès vestiaires

+378.7

accès accès véhicules véhicules stade stade

3838 00 3737 99

+375.0

Esplanade Esplanade des Cantons des Cantons

écran

football 1 football 1

375 375

374

1.7.1 tribune ouest 1670 places 1.7.1 tribune ouest 1670 places

+378.7

football 2 football 2

3838 1 1

+375.0

WC

376 376

4.1.1 Gradins provisoires 4040 places

373979 383080

Concours Stade Pierre-de-Coubertin +375.0

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D

374 374

380

379

380

379 380

379

Ouchy Ouchy

accès village

accès principal

+374.4 +374.4

1.7.1 Gradins fixes 6130 places

380

374 374 374

Eclosion

381

accès principal

accès optionnel

4.1.1 Gradins provisoires 4040 places 4.1.1 Gradins provisoires 4040 places

C

22 3737

D 1.4.3 salle chrono. 50 m2 D

3838 00

377

378 378 378

37 37 5 5

tribune tribune prov. prov. ouest ouest

football 2

1.7.1 Gradins fixes 6130 places 1.7.1 Gradins fixes 6130 places

1.7.1 tribune ouest 2160 places

+377.0 +377.0

stade stade Pierre-de-Coubertin Pierre-de-Coubertin C C

football 2

buvette nord

WC ouest vestiaires

beachbeachvolley volley

football 2

1.7.1 tribune ouest 2160 places 1.7.1 tribune ouest 2160 places

A A

378 378

377 377

378

37 9

376 376

+378.7 +378.7

4 4 37 37

1.3.1 régie multimédia 30 m2 1.3.1 régie multimédia 1.4.1 30 m2poste dir. compétition 1.4.1 20 m2poste dir. compétition 20 m2 1.3.1 régie multimédia 1.4.3 30 m2salle chrono. 50 m2 1.4.1 poste dir. 1.4.3 salle chrono. compétition 50 m2 20 m2

buvette buvette nord / WC nord / WC

entrée secondaire entrée secondaire WC ouest WC ouest +374.5 +374.5

381

382 WC

378 378

3737 77

3737 6 6

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378

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381

382

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376

378 378

377 382

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382

Another important aspect of the project is the emphasis on the view over the Lehman lake by orienting and opening the tribunes towards it. Furthermore, preservation of the existing greenery is of the highest priority. All the trees were carefully mapped and in place of any cut tree a new one will be planted. 3 3 37 37

17 17

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376 376

381 381

WC ouest vestiaires WC ouest vestiaires

372 372

12 12

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375

375 375

basket basket

6 376 37

1.7.1 tribune nord 1480 places

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beachvolley

379 379

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378

382 2

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382

accès vestiaires

Ouchy Ouchy

377

376

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379

376

375

+377.0

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accès vestiaires

+374.80

volley beachvolley

377 377

378

buvette

buvette nord

+377.2 +377.2

378

7 37377 377

entrée entrée principale principale +377.0 +377.0

buvette

buvette

admin.

379

376 376

+377.2

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382 382

accès accès stade stadebeach-

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football football

+377.2

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football 1

378 378

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accès stade

379

skatepark skatepark

7 7

22 22

+374.80

378

football 1

+377.00

5 5 37 37

+374.80

accès vestiaires accès vestiaires

376

parking voitures parking voitures (191 places) (191 places)

football football

382

8 8

basket

37 375 5

377

football 1

buvette nord / WC

+378.7

375

1.0.1 1.0.1 Mat. conc. 14m2 16m2

377

378

+377.00

+378.7

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accès vestiaires accès vestiaires

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37 37 7

376 376

A A

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1.0.1 1.0.1 Mat. conc. 1.0.1 1.0.1 16m2 14m2 Mat. conc. 14m2 16m2

378

accès stade accès stade

376

Currently the area around the plot remains neglected and disconnected from the nearby lakeshore. Thus the aim of the scheme is to create an accessible venue and establish additional links for the pedestrians and cyclists moving along the lake.

1.5.6 Atelier 30m2

+378.7

378

377

376

basket

Dorigny Dorigny UNIL/EPFL UNIL/EPFL

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25 25

1.5.6 Atelier 1.5.6 30m2 Atelier 30m2

373878

1.6.3 1.5.3 conten. 1..5.2 L. pause 1.5.1 20m2 admin. 20m2 réception 15m2 10m2

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The aim of the project is to renovate the existing stadium, provide state-of-art ancillary sports facilities and propose a deployable tribune to host larger events.

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I.CH

EXHIBITION SCENOGRAPHY Professional: NAU2 GmbH Location: Vogele Kultur Zentrum 2015 Group: Katarzyna Lewandowska | Jean-Lucien Gay | Leonard Kocan Resposibilities: Physical modelling, CAD drawing


Professional | I.ch

Katarzyna Lewandowska

Exhibition floor plan

Final projection room The exhibition ‘i.ch - wie online uns verändert’ (‘how online have changed us’) depicts the cultural transformations which occur in the contemporary society. The topics include: evolution of language, expression of emotions, ways of communicating, exchange of data and future vision. The scenography attempts to place the visitor within the digital reality through pixelation of the floor and the vertical divisions used to exhibit the artworks. Each chapter of the exhibition starts with a different quote related to the topic and the QR code portraits appear along the way. In the final room there is a short movie projected on three screens simultaneously around the central seating. At the mezzanine level, children and adolescents may express their opinion about the exhibition or participate in a workshop about online culture.

Photographs: © Katharina Wernli | © Nau2

QR code Anonymous

QR code Mark Zuckerberg

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IDENTITY

EXHIBITION SCENOGRAPHY Professional: NAU2 GmbH Location: Vogele Kultur Zentrum Group: Katarzyna Lewandowska | Jean-Lucien Gay | Leonard Kocan 2017 Responsibilities: Physical modelling, CAD drawing, on-site assembly


Katarzyna Lewandowska

Professional | Identity

Exhibition floor plan Scenography in the chapter ‘Nationality’ The exhibition ‘Identity - who am I?’ presents various aspects of human identification divided into 7 chapters: conception, origin, culture, nationality, body, status and psyche. The scenography of the exhibition is a labyrinth where some of the routes finish as dead ends and the visitor needs to find his or her way moving along the path inspired by board games. Each chapter is marked with a separate color which together became a gradient. The artworks are exhibited along the labyrinth and there are two rooms with short projections. The visitors are encouraged to explore the consecutive topics with interactive stations as well as a worksheet with questions and task relating to their identity. In the last room the labyrinth walls become mirrors and in the final stage the board game path is animated rather than attached to the floor to depict the unpredictability of life.

Photographs: © Katharina Wernli

Scenography in the chapter ‘Culture’

Scenography in the chapter ‘Nationality’

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DIGITAL DESIGN


I.ch | Digital design

Katarzyna Lewandowska

I.CH

QR PORTRAITS Professional: NAU2 GmbH Group: Katarzyna Lewandowska | Jean-Lucien Gay | Leonard Kocan Program: Rhinoceros | Grasshopper Responsibilities: Generation of QR code portraits | Preparation of production drawings

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Grasshopper script generates a QR code from a black and white picture Portrait Test "Anonymous"

Portrait Test "Mark Zuckerberg"

ich _ wie online Leben uns verändert Ausstellung, Vögele Kultur Zentrum

Portrait Test "Edward Snowden" Portrait Test "Anonymous"

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1511-219 13.10.2015 Ausführung

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Vögele Kultur Zentrum Gwattstrasse 14, CH-8808 Pfäffikon Tel. 055 416 11 11, info@voegelekultur.ch

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NAU GmbH Riedtlistrasse 27, CH-8006 Zürich Tel. 044 382 10 62, info@nau.coop

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Vögele Kultur Zentrum Gwattstrasse 14, CH-8808 Pfäffikon Tel. 055 416 11 11, info@voegelekultur.ch

Architekt / Szenograf: NAU GmbH Riedtlistrasse 27, CH-8006 Zürich Tel. 044 382 10 62, info@nau.coop

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Portrait Test "Taylor Swift"

QR Portrait - Edward Snowden

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Ausstellung, Vögele Kultur Zentrum

ich _ wie online Leben uns verändert Ausstellung, Vögele Kultur Zentrum

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NAU GmbH Riedtlistrasse 27, CH-8006 Zürich Tel. 044 382 10 62, info@nau.coop

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Architekt / Szenograf: NAU GmbH Riedtlistrasse 27, CH-8006 Zürich Tel. 044 382 10 62, info@nau.coop

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Examples of the final QR codes

Vögele Kultur Zentrum Gwattstrasse 14, CH-8808 Pfäffikon Tel. 055 416 11 11, info@voegelekultur.ch

Vögele Kultur Zentrum Gwattstrasse 14, CH-8808 Pfäffikon Tel. 055 416 11 11, info@voegelekultur.ch

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Vögele Kultur Zentrum Gwattstrasse 14, CH-8808 Pfäffikon Tel. 055 416 11 11, info@voegelekultur.ch

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NAU GmbH Riedtlistrasse 27, CH-8006 Zürich Tel. 044 382 10 62, info@nau.coop

The QR code portraits were an integral part of the scenography for the exhibition ‘i.ch - wie online uns verändert’ (‘how online have changed us’). The idea was to transform photographs of people who contributed to the development of the Internet into images which appear as a QR codes. The input for the Grasshopper where black and white photographs, preferably square with plain background. The script generated a pixelated image as a 2D vector drawing. The amount and size of pixels were adjustable and through trial and error tests a common, optimum proportion for all the images was determined. The final step was addition of background pixels and corner pattern finders. Each image was printed as a 1,8 by 1,8m black sticker and mounted on temporary exhibition walls. Photographs: © Nau2

Assembled scenography | Marissa Mayer

Assembled scenography | Steve Jobs

Architekt / Szenograf:

Bauherr:

Vögele Kultur Zentrum Gwattstrasse 14, CH-8808 Pfäffikon Tel. 055 416 11 11, info@voegelekultur.ch

ich _ wie online Leben uns verändert Ausstellung, Vögele Kultur Zentrum

Bauherr:

Vögele Kultur Zentrum Gwattstrasse 14, CH-8808 Pfäffikon Tel. 055 416 11 11, info@voegelekultur.ch

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NAU GmbH Riedtlistrasse 27, CH-8006 Zürich Tel. 044 382 10 62, info@nau.coop

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Projekt Nr.: Datum: Phase:

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1511-219 13.10.2015 Ausführung

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Ausstellung, Vögele Kultur Zentrum

Bauherr:

Vögele Kultur Zentrum Gwattstrasse 14, CH-8808 Pfäffikon Tel. 055 416 11 11, info@voegelekultur.ch

Architekt / Szenograf:

NAU GmbH Riedtlistrasse 27, CH-8006 Zürich Tel. 044 382 10 62, info@nau.coop

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Projekt Nr.: Datum: Phase:

QR Portrait - Anonymous

1511-219 13.10.2015 Ausführung

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243_DE A3 1:10


Katarzyna Lewandowska

Digital design | Cinemont

CINEMONT CINEMA LAMPS

Professional: NAU2 GmbH Group: Katarzyna Lewandowska|Jean-Lucien Gay Program: Illustrator | JavaScript Resposibilities: Adjustments in the script | Generation of pattern images Preparation of production drawings

A script turns a pixelated photograph into a pattern

The idea for the lamps were developed as a part of the interior design for a new-built cinema in Delemont, Switzerland. The aim was to turn historic, black and white photographs which present important moments in Swiss cinematography into the underlit images. Each composition of lamps was created from fragments of the same picture. To achieve this the old photographs needed to be significantly enlarged which caused blur and pixelation. To turn the low quality of images into an interesting feature the grey pixels were converted into a dotted pattern, which from the distance appears as an image. Thus, the texture is noticeable only at close range. All the images were generated in the Illustrator built-in scripting program. After all the photographs were cut, selected fragments were imported into Illustrator to turn pixels into oval dots which form the image. As the initial script created circles there was a need to change their shape into ovals and consequently to adjust the distance between each element in the pattern. The final images where printed on a semi-transparent canvas and mounted onto the frames lit from behind. Photographs: Š Nau2 Rahmen F1-M01 (ca. 50x70)

Rahmen F1-XL (ca. 100x143)

Examples of the final lamp design

Rahmen F2-L01 (ca. 70x100)

Assembled lamps

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Origami | Digital design

ORIGAMI

Katarzyna Lewandowska

SOLAR SHADING Academic: 3rd year project Group: Katarzyna Lewandowska|Amelia Mckechnie-Welsh | Dominika Wolfova Program: MaxScript | 3DS Max Design

Facade on a cloudy day

Solar shading applied on a curved facade

Facade on a sunny day

The aim of the project was to design an interactive facade shading device which helps to maintain comfortable interior conditions under changing weather throughout the year. The foldable diamonds are scripted so that the amount of opening gap is proportional to the amount of sun incident on the facade. Hence each panel reacts differently depending on time of the day, season of the year and its orientation. This solution helps to reduce effect of glare allows to minimise energy used for heating and cooling especially in regions where the heather conditions vary significantly throughout the year.

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December

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Katarzyna Lewandowska

Digital design | Revealing pattern

REVEALING PATTERN INTERACTIVE FACADE

Academic: 3rd year project Group: Katarzyna Lewandowska | Josh Lewis | Sam Parsons Program: MaxScript | 3DS Max Design

Facade pattern is activated by pedestrians Empty corridor The aim was to create an interactive façade which would change as people pass by. It could be used as a dynamic solar shading and glare prevention or as a way to engage public with an exhibition or an event. The final script was created by combination of force field and fractal scripts form book ’Parametric Design for Architecture’ by Wassim Jabi. The pattern applied on the façade is a recursive, self-similar form composed of nine squares on a 3x3 grid, called Sierpinski carpet. The Sierpinski carpet recur to infinity, however for the purpose of this script only 3 levels are revealed. People walking next to façade are acting as control points which reveal the fractal pattern. The Privacy Smartglass which enables to switch between milk, opaque glass and transparent, clear glass will be used to manufacture the panels, alternatively the pattern maybe also be projected onto the facade.

Full scripted pattern

Pattern revealed by a control point

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OTHER


GDANSK MASS TERMINAL GBT REPRESENTATION MODEL

Professional: ADS Studio Anna Dubicka-Sawicka 2013 Team members: Anna Dubicka-Sawicka | Kamila Sawicka Size: 2.0 |1.4 m Scale: 1:87 | H0 modelling scale


Katarzyna Lewandowska

Other | Gdansk Mass Terminal GBT

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HAND DRAWING INK & PENCIL


Katarzyna Lewandowska

Other | Hand drawing

Still life | Ink

Female model | Pencil

Still life | Pencil

Still life | Pencil

Male model | Pencil

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CONTACT

Katarzyna Zuzanna Lewandowska

telephone email

0044 7598919469 lewandowska.katarzyn@gmail.com

Portfolio 2010-2018 Katarzyna Lewandowska  
Portfolio 2010-2018 Katarzyna Lewandowska  
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