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KATERYNA MALAIA

Personal Works


RESIDENTIAL BUILDING FOR 186 APARTMENTS -1 Floor Parking Lot Plan

Ground Floor plan

Location in the City

General Plan

Standard 3-room Apartment Plan Standard Floor Plan

Standard 2-room Apartment Plan Scale1:100

Facade in axes

Section in axes C - X

Section in axes Ä - ª

Stages of development:

1’ - 47

Facade in axes

47 - 1’

Facade in axes

ø’ - ×


Residential building for 186 apartments, 2008 The project was made during the first semester of the forth year of study. The task was to design a tall apartment building in the previously developed urban neighborhood. The stylobate part of the building is assigned for shopping and service premises. Dwelling part of the building includes 1 to 3 bedroom apartments with various planning schemes. Apartments are located with consideration of geographical position and insolation.


Elementary school with 8 classrooms The project was made during the second semester of the forth year of study. The task was to design a an elementary school building with the number of requirements. Among them was the use of ecologically friendly materials, natural insolation, availability of a recreation hall with a winter garden. All of those requirements were met in the current project. Insolation is maintained by the geographical position of the school. Materials used are wood, concrete, glass and metal structure. The main idea of the project is to create spacious and light premises and to blur borders between surrounding nature and inner spaces. Such approach may be helpful for psychological state of children during long winter months with the lack of light and outdoor activity. Winter garden established inside the building serves to the same goal - provide children with a possibility to contact with nature round the year.


ELEMENTARY SCHOOL WITH 8 CLASSROOMS 2 FLOOR PLAN

GROUND FLOOR PLAN EXPLICATION:

Sport unit: 1. Vestibule - 100 sq m 1. Gym - 12m*24m 2. Classrooms - 8õ60 sq m 2. Locker room with shower 3. Playing room and and WC- 40 sq m computer class - 85 sq m 3. Swimming pool 4. Bedrooms - 2õ60 sq m 12mõ24m 5. School hall - 240 sq m 4. Additional premises 6. Library with reading 50 sq m hall - 100 sq m 5. Service premises 7. Recreation hall with 25 sq m winter garden - 500 sq m 8. Specialized classes - 4õ50 sq m 9. Dinning hall - 210 sq m 10. Preparation area- 100 sq m 11.Hot dishes area - 25 sq m 12. Cold dishes area - 10 sq m 13. Dish-washing area - 15 sq m 14. Waste room - 2 sq m 15. Refrigeration chamber and larder- 11 sq m 16. Cloakroom for employees with showers and WC - 20 sq m 17. Headmasters office - 25 sq m 18. Chancellery - 15 sq m 19. Teacher’s room and doctor’s office - 50 sq m 20. Administration office- 15 sq m

INTERIOR

INTERIOR

1 FLOOR PLAN

PERSPECTIVE VIEW

SECTION ø-ø

ENTRANCE PERSPECTIVE VIEW FACADE

FACADE

DESIGN: MALAIA KATERYNA

WORKSHOP OF PROFESSOR ANATOLIY DAVYDOV

TUTOR: MICHAEL GERSHENSON

NAAA 2009


One family house 2009 The project was designed for the contest. The main goal was to propose one family house, cheap and simple in the construction with the 3m*3m structural partition. Participants were also asked to design pitched roof with 30 degrees angle. Another requirement was to use walls as the main bearing construction. Materials used in the project are traditional and easily assessable in the areas expected for construction ( brick and wooden studs). Roof angle is suitable for the level of winter precipitation typical for the area. The project is honored first place by the organization committee.


ECONOMY CLASS HOUSE FOR ONE FAMILY for building in suburban housing area

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EXPLICATION Ground Floor 1.Tambour 2. Cloakroom 3. WC 4. Kitchen 5. Living room 6. Garage

Facade Ăƒ 1:100

Facade

Main Facade

First Floor 7. Corridor 8. Bathroom 9. Bedroom with working zone 10. Bedroom Attic Floor 11. Bedroom


General Plan à 1:2000

ARTS AND ARCHITECTURE LIBRARY IN KYIV, UKRAINE

NAFAA 2009 DESIGN: KATERYNA MALAIA, WORKSHOP OF PROF. ANATOLIY DAVYVOV


Architectural Library In my native city students of architectural and building faculties frequently experience lack of specialized literature. Location of the library is conditioned by the direct closeness of it’s auditory. The building is connected to the National Academy of Arts and Architecture by an over-ground passage. Wide view on the historical part of the city opens from most of library’s public spaces.

coffee bar service rooms

catalogue zone reading hall

parking lot multifunctional area showroom book depository


Recently it became widely known that the great avant-gard suprematist artist Kazimir Malevich lectured in the National Academy of Fine Arts and Architecture at late 20s of the twentieth century. Geometric abstracts of Malevich and Lisitckiy served as the inception for my diploma project. Morphogenesis, composition and color scheme of the project take their origins in the works of avant-gard painters interested in architecture. I guess that contemporary architects haven’t still payed their debts to the 1920s epoch in a full measure . There is hardly a decade as prolific in revolutionary ideas and as rich in fearless artists. Looking at the Academy of Arts ( build 1898) detached observer will hardly notice traces of presence of the great generation of avant-gardists. Thus, I felt myself obliged to emphasize the connection of the historical building with suprematism, and it’s heroes.


PERFORMANCE THEATER


Model

Entrance perspective

1st floor plan


PERFORMANCE THEATER

NAFAA

2010

DESIGN

BY

MALAIA

KATERYNA


STUDIO

OF

PROFESSOR

ANATOLIY

DAVYDOV


SEASIDE RESORT COMPLEX, lake Sasik, Odessa region


SEASIDE RESORT COMPLEX

Lake Sasik, Odessa region


Graphic Works


Ink Wash, Residence in Sokyryntsy, Main Facade, 2006


Ink Wash, Uspenskyi Cathedral in Volodymyr-Volynskyi. Perspective. 2006


Ink Wash, Elagin’s Palace. Facade. 2006


LOW RISE APARTMENT BUILDING IN GURZUF( CRIMEA PENINSULA)

The project was designed during the third year of study. Presentation is done in the technical drawing china ink technique. 2007.


Thank You


Portfolio 2011