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KRISTINA MICKUTE

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Mickute My name is Kristina and currently I am a postgraduate student at Politecnico di Milano (IT), with a focus on spatial / urban design and landscape architecture. I have a deep interest in design research and context-based concept development, and strive to create projects that respond to the needs of contemporary spaces and enable them to tell their unique stories. I am very hard working and determined, and particularly strong in verbal communication, presentation and storytelling. I am able to learn new skills and software in a very short time, and enjoy working in a team as well as focusing on and managing individual work. My educational background in both science and design enables me to not only be creative but also instantly troubleshoot any possible foreseeable real-life issues to do with technical details or conceptual framework.

education 2017 - 2019

Adobe Photoshop Adobe Illustrator Adobe InDesign Adobe After Effects Adobe Lightroom Adobe Premiere Pro

profession Aptil -

Politecnico di Milano - MSc Interior and Spatial Design

‘Atelier Fois’ (Paris,

2010 - 2014

As part of a landscape archi various scale projects - from 4000 m 2 landscape architec Seine in AVP phase (projec spatial layouts and vege

Milano, Italy

Edinburgh Napier University - BDes (Hons) Interior Architecture Edinburgh, United Kingdom 2006 - 2010

Vilnius University - BSc Biochemistry

Vilnius, Lithuania

interests coffee

creative skills

hiking nordic cinema cycling

electronic music

travelling handicraft ping-pong literature

urban photography visual communication

illustration spatial design

graphic design landscape design

Politecnico di Milano

I was a teaching assistant workshop ‘Climate Preform Schwarz Partners’ (London, di Milano (Milano). N

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Winner of the international des Winning project: Nordbinde Pr communities. Workshop theme Empathy

Copenhagen, Denmark. 2018


Milano, Italy Viale Brianza 31, 20127

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+39 351 541 4556 ( italy ) kristina.mickute@gmail.com www.linkedin.com/pub/kristina-mickute/90/355/4aa

languages

technical skills

English Lithuanian Italian German Polish French

Autodesk AutoCAD Rhino 3D Google SketchUP V-Ray Render Artlantis Render

native native intermediate intermediate intermediate beginner

nal experience October 2019 - 6-month contract France) - Junior landscape architect

April - June 2018 - internship Architetti Inquieti (Milano, Italy) - Intern

tecture studio, I have been working on m being the principal designer on a new ture project development in Ivry -surct budget of €2 million) to designing etal palettes for Paris ‘La Defense’ area

Together with a team worked on a competition proposalfor a redevelopment of old train depot area ‘Ex Scalo Farini’ (300.000 m 2) for public use, recreation and new public services

December 2018 - March 2019 o (Milano, Italy) - Teaching Assistant

during an intensive interdisciplinary mance 2019’ organised by ‘Martha prof. Markus Jatsch) and Politecnico Number of students participating: 155.

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sign workshop KEA Charette 2018. ojekt. Connecting the NordVest e: Connecting Communities. Radical

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2014 - 2017

Edinburgh, UK - Freelance spatial designer and illustrator I have worked as a principal designer on several hospitality and retail related developments ,and oversaw their construction from beginning to end. I have also consulted various cafes on possible spatial redevelopment options and workspace optimisation. I have been commisioned for and, completed various illustrations and large-scale wall murals for local businesses

Shortlisted in the ‘Best New Cafe Design’ category for the ‘Machina Espresso Newington’ development by the Edinburgh Coffee Festival.

2016

Winner of the ‘Best in degree show 2014’ award for the final Bachelors graduation design project: ‘ElementSCAPE: New public space development in the former socialist housing district in Kaunas, Lithuania’

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PROJECTS

1 U R B A N I N S TA L L AT I O N INTERACTION 7+1 PLASTIC WONDERS. Various location. 2019 NORDBINDE PROJEKT. Copenhagen, Denmark. 2018 MELTING MOTION. Milano, Italy. 2018

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ANAGNORISIS. Arte Sella, Borgo Valsugana, Italy. 2019 IN / EX / HALE. Milano, Italy. 2019 RE-MIX. Milano, Italy. 2019

L A N D S C A PE C O M M UN ITY R E G E N E R ATIO N URBAN X - CHANGE. Milano, Italy. 2018 NOSTALGIO. Milano, Italy. 2018 ELEMENT-SCAPE. Kaunas, Lithuania. 2014

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MACHINA ESPRESSO NEWINGTON. Edinburgh, UK. 2016 MACHINA ESPRESSO TOLLCROSS. Edinburgh, UK. 2016


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y name is Kristina and currently I am a postgraduate student of MSc Interior and Spatial Design at Politecnico di Milano (IT). I am a spatial and urban designer with a focus

on creating user-centred and architecture/nature combining projects. I have a deep interest in design research and contextbased concept development, and strive to create projects that respond to the needs of contemporary spaces and enable them to tell their unique stories. I am very hard working and determined, and particularly strong in verbal communication, presentation and storytelling. I am able to learn new skills and software in a very short time, and enjoy working in a team as well as focusing on and managing individual work. My educational background in both science and design enables me to not only be creative but also instantly troubleshoot any possible foreseeable real-life issues.


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U R B A N I N S TA L L AT I O N INTERACTION


7+1 PLASTIC WONDERS Competition submission for ‘Young Architects Competition’ ‘Plastic Monument’ edition

TEMPORARY EPHEMERAL INSTALLATION

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TEAM PROPOSAL WITH CRISTINA MORBI (Martha Schwarz Partners, London)

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+1 PLASTIC WONDERS is an interactive spatial installation that creates an immersive experience to showcase and inform about plastic pollution. The installation is created around two ideas: one educational, teaching the different types of plastic, and one performative, informing of plastic pollution. Seven different sized pyramids are placed throughout a raised platform, each of which is dedicated to one of the seven types of plastics. To create the artificial plastic ‘storm’ we would encourage people to bring their domestic plastic waste to the installation to contribute in creating the plastic ‘climate performance’. As the heart of the installation, at the upper part of the largest pyramid installed is an hourglass structure, which would contain black PHA plastic pellets. Throughout the duration of the installation, the pellets would drop down into a recessed pool that would gradually fill up until the top (total volume 6.8 m³, which is the amount of plastic dropped in our ocean every minute). People are invited to access inside the pyramid using a passageway suspended above the pool volume. The passageway slowly declines allowing visitors direct access into the pool. As PHA plastic is non-toxic and biodegradable even if spread outside, people would be welcome to go inside the plastic pool to re-experience their childhood memories of a ‘ball pit’.

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PLASTIC BLIZZARD

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PLASTIC HOURGLASS

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We propose a large installation composed of 8 separate structures: 7 structures to represent each of the seven different types of plastics, and the 8th - to represent the new generation degradable plastic PHA We propose 4 sizes of the pyramids depending on the increasing difficulty of recycling their corresponding plastics. 1. Polyethylene Terephthalate (PETE or PET) 2. High-Density Polyethylene (HDPE) 3. Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) 4. Low-Density Polyethylene (LDPE) 5. Polypropylene (PP) 6. Polystyrene or Styrofoam (PS) 7. Miscellaneous plastics

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CHECK RESIN NUMBER 1 TO 7

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Seven different sized pyramids are placed throughout a raised platform, each of which is dedicated to one of the seven types of plastics. Participants are invited to bring their domestic plastic waste, and, with the help of plastic shredders, shred them into the corresponding pyramids. Using small industrial fans, shredded plastic particles are blown into and circulate inside the pyramid volume creating a plastic ‘blizzard’, reminiscent of souvenir snow globes.

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PLASTIC START DRIPPING FROM THE HOURGLASS

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LEVEL OF PLASTIC INCREASE EVERY SECOND


6.8 MQ OF PLASTIC / FULL POOL

6.8 M³ OF PLASTIC ARE DUMPED IN THE OCEAN EVERY MINUTE

Different from the other seven structure, the large pyramid structure would consist of a 50mm steel. The structure would be enveloped in the same high-density polyethylene netting, creating a ‘double-skin’ with a 500mm gap between the two layers. The focus of the large pyramid shifting towards data visualisation. Accessibility inside the structure via entrances point with a ramp walkway would allow participants to shift experiential perspective to a spatially encompassing environment. The centrepiece of the main pyramid would be based on the hourglass principle – a hopper that would hold PHA pellet, which would allow to extend the ‘plastic’ narrative into 21st century technological advances.

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MESH AND STRUCTURE

In collaboration with local FabLabs, all collected shredded plastic waste would be repurposed into building blocks, which would help create pieces of urban furniture that could be placed around the installation platform, and in the surroundings. From the reprocessed building blocks, each week it would be possible to start constructing various public space elements (sitting benches, tables etc) between the pyramids and around the whole installation.

PLASTIC TERRAZZO PAVING TILES

PLATFORM AND SHREDDERS

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NORDBINDE PROJEKT International design workshop: Connecting Communities. Radical Empathy KEA CHARETTE 2018

COPENHAGEN, DENMARK.

8 - 12 OCTOBER 2018 TEAM PROJECT / ROLES: team leader concept development graphics and visualising public presenter

WINNER 2018

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he project, developed for the Nordvest social housing organisation ‘Beboerprojekt Puls’, aims to help this organisation in establishing social connections between their various housing estates, and integrating them into the rest of the neighbourhood. Our proposal focused on engaging people through one of the most basic, but extremely powerful human conditions - curiosity. We designed a series of temporary spatial installations that spontaneously appear as mysterious ephemeral objects all throughout the Nordvest neighbourhood and invite people to interact with them by writing answers to thoughtful questions posed on their chalkboard-like surfaces. This not only allows a physical platform for expressing views and aspirations of the neighbourhood people, but help ‘Beboerprojekt Puls’ to gather very valuable insights into their community’s ethnography that they currently severely lack. The spatial performance consists of 7 spatial objects ‘dropped into the neighbourhood’ at random moments, and is accompanied by a ‘guerrilla advertising’ social/digital media strategy secretly initially started by ‘Beboerprojekt Puls’ themselves, culminating in inauguration of a new community square. The project allows people to take the first steps in neighbourhood communication and taking ownership of communal spaces, while embarking on a ‘treasure hunt’ to rediscover the Nordvest neighbourhood.

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Nordvest

community

Copenhagen

Seven installations, seven simples objects. all start from a single black cube dropped off in the night no instructions. just pens.

a start of a conversation.

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During the final event, the various ‘mysterious’ objects would also gain a second life - they would either open up to provide temporary site-specific gathering spots, or light up as large scale lanterns to brighten up the monotonous neighbourhood spaces.

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49 days = 7 weeks The first object - ‘the black box’ - would be dropped off in early morning (4am) at the northernmost social housing estate without any notice or information of what it is intended for. Objects would be pre-constructed off site out of cheap/recycled materials (plywood, timber etc.) to keep costs to a minimum. In the morning residents would awaken to a surprise, that accompanied by secret social media marketing (#mysteriousblackbox, #whatisthis; facebook, twitter, snapchat) would generate an independent movement. With the appearance of other sequenced objects it would become evident that all this is part of some sort of ‘game’ in Nordvest.

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2 As the finale of the ‘treasure hunt’ people would be invited to a mysterious event, where a new community public space would be inaugurated. Attendants would be given the chance to each decorate their own personal stool and permanently cement it into the new square. By personalising the space, the people are encouraged to take ownership of the communal space. A new community Facebook group is also launched - to be managed and run solely by the community.

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2. permanently cement it in the new public space

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MELTING MOTION Iinterdisciplinary workshop - ‘CLIMATE PERFORMANCE 2018’ Led by MARTHA SCHWARTZ PARTNERS ( London,

MILANO, ITALY

2018

TEAM PROJECT / ROLES: concept development 3D modelling graphics and visualising public presenter

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ith uncontrollable urban construction scale and rising temperatures around the world, the cities are now facing another increasingly worrying problem – urban heat islands. Forming in densely built environments with heavy construction materials, these spaces are pockets of stale and hot air, exposed to sun and dangerous to people. Yet, they also present an intriguing quality - the ability to melt things. Our project aims to use this phenomenon to create a dynamic urban installation, which would be at its most powerful exactly when it is the hottest conditions. Melting is a metaphor for the result of the builtscape we have built since centuries, resulting into liquid state by the increasing heat in the atmosphere. We use Wax as the element to show the process and the installation would be calculated to progress over the whole month of July in central Milan. It would transform from a almost invisible 2D form into a 3D space, taking over the very little open public space available on site and raising awareness about the decreasing accessibility to our own urban environment. Installation would conclude by completely melting down to the ground to give the space back for public use.

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Fluorescent dye additive to the wax creates a striking glow-in-the-dark effect at night

LIGHTNESS

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CURIOSITY

MONUMENTALITY

DISAPPEARANCE


SOY WAX colour - red 200 mm thickness block

WIRE MESH PLATFORM 200 mm depth reinforcement structure polyplat cover above mesh

STRUCTURAL SUPPORTS polished steel columns 500 mm - main structural support 100 mm - four secondary supports 50 mm - decorative verticals

THICK WICK FOR CONTROLLED DRIP 10 mm thickness white colour 4800 mm length 100 mm repetition

PAVEMENT PROTECTIVE FILM adhesive transparent roll 3 mm thickness semi-permanent; removed post-performance

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ANAGNORISIS Competition submission for ‘Young Architects Competition’ ‘Calamity Atelier’ edition

BORGO VALSUGANA, ITALY.

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TEAM PROPOSAL WITH FEDERICO VARELA MAZZANTINI (POLITECNICO DI MILANO)

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nagnorisis is a architectural and experiential project proposal for the next development stage of the Arte Sella Association in Borgo Valsugana to cope with the damages of the natural disaster that had occured late 2018, and contribute to the future development of the reknowned park to promote artistic participation and visitor interest. The idea of the project lies in offering a different, positive perspective on the natural destruction that has occurred on site. We suggest demystifying the tragedy of this catastrophe and accepting it as natural part of events, while paying tribute and respect to the material - which once formed a forest, now forms the man-made environment.

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path vision

As an integrative solution, we proposed connecting the two currently pedestrian-separate Arte Sella locations - Malga Costa and Villa Strobele - via a pedestrian forest boardwalk. It would allow to leave the car behind, opting for physical movement through the park. Along the walkway there would be various multifunctional microstructures enabling spontaneous activities such as picnics, contemplation spaces, observation points etc.

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atelier 2

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5 x Artist house ateliers Auditorium / workshop Restaurant Museum of the disappeared works

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Artist House / Atelier

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ARTIST STUDIO

The structural composition of the house / atelier is closely related to that of the museum. The building is divided into two parts - living space on one side, with all amenities occupying around 32 m2, and work studio of 40 m2 on the other. The two separate functional spaces are linked by a semi enclosed entrance patio. An patio in front of the studio features accordionfolding door to allow large artworks to be taken in and out easily, and full height glazing allows ample natural light and panoramic views into studio.

SEMI ENCLOSED PATIO

LIVING SPACE KITCHEN BEDROOM BATHROOM

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CHARRED TIMBER CLADDING

enclosing walls

PINE CLADDING FROM STORM SITE spatial bracing element

PINE CLADDING FROM STORM SITE spatial bracing element

MINIMALLY PROCESSED TIMBER from storm site support framing

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ROOFING ABOVE SERVICE SPACES

AXIAL GLAZING

OPAQUE PARTITIONS GLAZED PARTITIONS

MINIMALLY PROCESSED TIMBER FROM STORM SITE SUPPORT FRAMING

CHARRED TIMBER CLADDING ENCLOSING WALLS

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Museum of the disappeared artworks

AXIAL VISIBILITY

INDOOR GALLERY

AUDITORIUM

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The structural composition of the house / atelier is closely related to that of the museum. The building is divided into two parts - living space on one side, with all amenities occupying around 32 m2, and work studio of 40 m2 on the other. The two separate functional spaces are linked by a semi enclosed entrance patio. An patio in front of the studio features accordion-folding door to allow large artworks to be taken in and out easily, and full height glazing allows ample natural light and panoramic views into studio.

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MUSEUM OF THE DISAPPEARED ARTWORKS

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ARTIST HOUSE / ATELIER

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IN / EX / HALE Ideas Competition for redevelopment of existing public market ‘Mercato Crespi’

MILANO, ITALY

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TEAM PROJECT / ROLES: concept development 3D modelling graphics and visualising public presenter model making

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N / EX / HALE aims to prioritize the human factor and reestablish the monumentality of the market. These are the input for the intention in 2030. The concept is based on the idea of improving the connection between people, more natural elements and better air quality, while creating Healthy Environment and Sustainable Living. The strategy is defined by five main factors, namely, noise reduction, controlled humidity, liveable temperature, cleaner indoor air and healthy lighting. All tools that will help us realise those factors are related to nature and technology. The physical interventions inside the building will be the removal of the ceiling panels in order to obtain the maximum amount of natural light and the reconstruction of the interior spaces. Based on the concept of healthy environment, the market will include several different functions that are related to the activities of the newly open Living Lab. The Living Lab is going to be connected with diverse collaborators in the field of research of future sustainability and health. So all the new activities, such as the Plant Nursery, are related to this same topic. On the other hand, also the space of Radio NoLo is taking a crucial part of the project. For the sake of expanding user’s interest, there will be a Record Shop just next to the Radio that will bring curiosity. The rest of the functions in the market will be related to commercial and entertainment. Most of the existing businesses are kept, the only new one related to food is an authentic Gelateria.

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The main driving force of the newly refurbished market would be the two community-run organisations - LIVING LAB, and RADIO NOLO. All new services would be set up at the centre and back of the market, which would promote customer traffic more equally throughout the market. Currently existing businesses would not be relocated, not to disrupt their established habits.

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USER JOURNEY

Carolina leaves her house in NoLo and heads for the Mercato Comunale di Monza

The living lab has already sparked her curiosity a lot of times. She goes and signs up in her area of expertise as a creative director. She stops by la marcelleria to say hi to the butcher.

Carolina returns back home.

She later meets her friend for a drink at the bar.

Carolina heads to the vegetable shop to get some lettuce.

2019 2030 Carolina now is an active member in the living lab working as a creative director. Carolina leaves her house in NoLo and heads for the Mercato Comunale di Monza

She stops by la marcelleria to say hi to the butcher.

She later meets her friend for a drink at the bar.

Carolina had brought one of her sick plants to cure in her interior natural environment at her house and consulted an expert actively working in the new natural interior environment in the mercato comunale and as an active part of the living lab.

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Carolina returns back home to x her plant in her new natural interior environment.


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RE-MIX RICICLARE, COSTRUIRE, INVENTARE MILANO, ITALY.

2019

TEAM PROJECT / ROLES: concept development 3D modelling graphics and visualising public presenter 1:1 prototype construction

WINNER public award

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E-MIX aims to prioritise the human factor and re-establish a better connection between people, resulting in a bigger and stronger community. The three main active sides are the community of Martesana area, G.A.S. and Cargo. By using the philosophy of G.A.S, combined with the active participation of the locals and the physical/ spatial help of Cargo, we are creating a co-working system based on trust, hope, inclusion, competence and sustainability. However, to reach this complex process GAS is spreading their philosophy of non-consumerism knowledge and reusability, the locals are including themselves in the sustainable, efficient social activities and connections, and last but not least, Cargo is getting better involved in the community by organising, providing waste materials and temporary space for events. To sum up, the outcome is the creation of new community, that cares for smarter consumption, and upcycling of goods for a better environmental awareness.

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MOBILE TOOL SHED

Step 1. Tool shed in transportation mode

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Step 2. Fold-out tables opening; support braces on hinges

Step 3. Support braces hinged towards holders

Step 4. Braces locked into holders; table stabilised


Step 5. Sliding door

The mobile tool shed serves as the beacon of the project, presenting various possibilities of creating spaces around the neighborhood without the usual logistical issues The shed can be attached to any car hitch, and once transported to site, detached and anchored in place. Supported fold-out work tables open up on three sides of the structure, creating on-the-sport workspaces on site, with a variety of available tools for construction stored inside the shed. The construction of the mobile tool shed follows the core principles of the project - recycling and conscious use of matelials: the siding of the shed is composed of the top parts of shipping pallets, while the backside of cladding is of reused OSB plywood boards. Same layering is used for the fold-out work tables, providing sufficient strenght for various construction activities. Entire structure is constructed on top of a standard size utility trailer base.

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MODULAR BENCH

A particular shape of the bench leaves the way of interacting with it open for interpretation and allows people to use it in different ways. It can become a rocking bench, it can be flipped, or combined to make a wave-like structure. Two ends of the bench are using boards that serve both as structural elements connecting the side panels, as well as a positive and a negative making possible the connection of multiple elements.

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Flipping the bench to the side opens up possibilities of creating various spatial combinations, serving peoples’ needs and their creative ideas. Allowing people to design their spaces, whether they want to be closer together and socialize, or relax individually, benches can be aranged in different ways, forming a circle for example, connected to a wave-like form, or simply spread out randomly and used as singular pieces of furniture.

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CLIMBING SWING _S

The hammock can be set up in many different ways by simply tightening or loosening the strings. People can adjust them to be used by one or used by more, to face each other or look away, all depending on their needs.

This fun climbing swing is intended for the youngest ones. Besides wood boards taken from pallets, ropes made out of plastic bottles are used as connecting elements.

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// ZERO-NAILS// BENCH PROTOTYPE 1:1

The prototype bench for the community event was built from various found leftovers pieces of plywood, MDF and timber boards. No nails were used in the construction - all junctions were done using recycled plastic bottles as sleeve joints, shrunk and tightened using a heat gun. Top and bottom surface boards were joined by threading rope through drilled holes.

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1st community event: by CARGO @ CARGO

forming a local organising committee

prototyping event w/ PoliMi students

CARGO looking for connections

Transportable tool shed concept introduced and inaugurated

November 2019

September 2019

AUGUST HOLIDAYS

May 2019

Feb 2019 Jan 2019

REACTIONS

ACTIONS

1st committee meeting

interest and awareness of upcoming project mobilising the local community CARGO re-attempting to establish connection with local community

Temporary physical installation @ CARGO

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1st Community space: project HQ @ CARGO

determining other sites in the neighborhood; determine their needs


2nd event @ 2nd location

4th BI-MONTHLY event @ 4th location

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March 2020

January 2020

3rd BI-MONTHLY event @ 3rd location

bimonthly reoccurence 2020 - 2021

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more interest more participation

2nd public space BUILT

2nd public space established as local HOTSPOT

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3rd public space BUILT

3rd public space established as local HOTSPOT

The timeline graph is a visual chronological representation of a well thought process, that results in physical social activities and mindset mental formations. The beginning of the chronological plan strats with the will and interest of Cargo in becoming more included in the local community and continues in strictly designed process of re-establishing the connection between people, nature and space while buidling together for a better future.

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IVRY CONFLUENCES new commercial development with a 4000 m2 landscape project

IVRY-SUR-SEINE, PARIS, FRANCE

2019

PROJECT PHASE: AVP / APS PROJECT ROLES: concept development 3D modelling graphics and visualising technical plan drafting

‘Ivry Conflunces’ is a new commercial development with a 4000 m2 landscape project in the Paris suburb of Ivry-sur-Seine. The project favors the landscaping of outdoor spaces. At the scale of the lot and the neighborhood, the new volumes and the old renovated hall are part of a contemporary landscape, generously planted, sustainable and welcoming. The soil regains its fertility, its porosity, plantations in the ground are privileged gardens on slab and roof. The new urban nature contributes to strengthening the landscape dimension of the neighborhood and offers itself to its inhabitants. A strong interweaving of architecture and nature makes it possible to develop the plant in several dimensions and at different heights: the south facade is transformed into a vegetable filter, the roof terraces - into spaces of contemplation and breathing, as well as the technical roofs into spaces dedicated to biodiversity.

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the lobby and the glades / the landscape of the heart of lot

The forest garden / the large landscape of the lot

The landscape gradually climbs to the forecourt balcony, Exploration of terraces, bleachers and secondary paths. The closer we get to the entrances, the more the landscape and the view emerge

Special attention will be given to the choice of species and materials, the stratification of the plant palette, the light effects produced by the plantations (shrubs, perennials, lawns, upholstered trees, deciduous trees etc.)

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MASTERPLAN

‘BELLITALIA’’ ‘ARROW’ BENCH IN BLACK

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BALCONY

FOYER

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VERTICAL PLANTERS TERRACE

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PAVEMENT WITH GRASS JOINTS

PAVEMENT WITH PERMEABLE JOINTS

LIMESTONE FOREST TYPE

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ACCESS PATHWAYS

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CLEARING

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TECHNICAL CONSTRAINTS

regarding hydraulic spider boom lift 1:500

GUTTER (RAISABLE SEALING), non-acessible to BOOM LIFT MOVEMENT TRAJECTORIES

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HEAVY LOAD PAVEMENT: 875 m²


LIGHT LOAD PAVEMENT: 362 m2 non-acessible to boom lift

, : 185 m² boom lift

HYDRAULIC SPIDER BOOM LIFT/ Model LEO30T with intervention radius of 30 m vertically

SOIL ON EARTHSTONE: 429 m² light load

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TREES

QUERCUS ROBUR CARPINUS BETULUS

ACER CAMPESTRE CRATAEGUS MONOGYNA

SHRUBS

LABURNUM ANAGYROIDES

CORNUS SANGUINEA

ROSA ARVENSIS

RHAMNUS CATHARTICA

ROSA CANINA

LIGUSTRUM VULGARE

VIBURN LANTA

ATROPA BELLADONNA

CAMPANULA TRACHELIUM

CYNOGLOSSUM OFFICINALE

LATHYRUS SYLVESTRIS

MELITTIS MELISSOPHYLLUM

OPHRY INSECT

PERENNIALS

AQUILEGIA VULGARIS

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NUM ANA

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PLANT PALETTE

LIMESTONE FOREST TYPE predominant forest type in ILE-DE-FRANCE

GRASSES

RIBES UVA-CRISPA

BRACHYPODIUM SYLVATICUM

CAREX DIGITATA

CAREX SYLVATICA

CAREX DIVULSA

VIOLA HIRTA

ADOXA MOSCHATELLINA

GROUND COVER PERENNIALS

MYCELIS MURALIS

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ORNITHOGALUM UMBELLATUM

HEDERA HELIX

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VEGETALISED SOUTH FACADE 1:500

Facing the sun, the SOUTH facade is protected by a persistent plant filter. Ground floor plantations run along the front of the building by qualifying the limit with the public space (50% of the planted facade line). On different floors, according to a predetermined pattern, large vertical planters take over and ensure the greening of the facade (30% of planted facades). A true planted curtain - light and vibrant - takes shape. The accessible roofs will be accompanied by potted trees and would offer a privileged point of view over the city and the horizon.

TOP FLOOR TERRACES WITH LARGE TREES

30 % vegetalised 1-3-5-7 BÂTIMENTS

50 % vegetalised TOUS LES BÂTIMENTS

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THE LARGE VERTICA WITH TRACHELOSP (FAUX JASMINE)


AL PLANTERS PERMUM JASMINOIDES

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AFFORI

neighborhood

BOVISA

neighborhood

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URBAN

× - CHANGE URBAN SENSORY LAB MILANO, ITALY

2018

TEAM PROJECT / ROLES: team leader 3D modelling concept development graphics and visualising public presenter

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RBAN X-CHANGE is part of a larger scale project ‘URBAN SENSORY LAB’ and aims to reconnect the previously industrial neighbourhood of Bovisa with the historical neighbourhood of Affori through a complex multifunctional urban intervention. URBAN X-CHANGE addresses the existing spatial / social problems on all relevant levels. The project

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introduces solutions for connectivity within the city’s urban fabric and regenerates the physical environment by repurposing existing structures and creating new spaces. Relinking the areas with new continuous green space treatment, and providing various sensorial experiences and cultural/social programmes, URBAN X-CHANGE becomes a space where people of all ages and background will find a connection with the neighbourhoods, communities and the city of Milano.

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Not to negate the already existing urban industrial spaces, we opted to introduce ‘micro’ interventions in the form of 2D and 3D layering. The spatial physicality is expressed through a continuous series of panels throughout the project space, serving a wide spectrum of functions depending on programmatic needs. 2D panels serve as vertical green gardens and communal gathering / educational spaces under the motorway bridge, and break up the linearity of the canal path towards Affori.

BUILT SCAPE

PRISM

Panel concept is translated into 3D objects in the form of light refracting glass prisms that redefine the barren path from Bovisa into a colourful environment, encouraging curiosity and handson experience. In-between, 3D wireframe architecture provides functional spaces for communal events and services.

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CANAL

BRIDGE KRISTINA MICKUTE

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Overscaled Green Canal In-B (4)

Overtaking Nature

Air ( Heat ) Connection Vertical

Movement in realtion with

Rough Concrete Built Enviroenemnt Under The Bridge In-B (3)

NATURAL SCAPE

The project started and was significantly influenced by the currently existing canal condition between the motorway bridge and Affori - a landscape condition that presented a very sharp contrast between the green canal environment and the monumentality of the concrete-based bridge. Moving from Bovisa towards Affori controlled ‘overgrown’ green spaces are introduced gradually, creating a continuously changing and intensifying natural surroundings that complement the physicality of the built environment.

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3D LAYERING

2D LAYERING

low density tall trees and low level vegetation

Short grass

Populus Alba

Moss

Ficus nitidia

Short grass

Populus Alba

PRISM SECTION

Albus populus

Short grass

Ficus nitidia

Climbing vines

Short grass

Moss

Perennial plants

BRIDGE SECTION medium density medium height trees and low/mid level vegetation

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Tall grass

Populus alba

Bushes

Tall grass

Perennial plants

Tall grass

Populus alba

CANAL SECTION high density tall trees and high vegetation overpowering nature

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SENSORIAL SCAPE

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1. TOUCH + VISION

2. VISION + TOUCH

To serve the two very diverse communities, the project provides various communal spaces to enable social exchange, and particularly skills exchange between the student population of Bovisa and the older generation of Affori. Services range from more hands-on activities to digital cloud services and coworking spaces to give something for everyone involved.

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3. COMMUNITY

4. TASTE + TOUCH

5. TASTE + SMELL

The heart of the whole project lies in the diverse sensorial experiences, designed to engage people with the environment and multiple senses not commonly explored in the urban fabric. Revealing and playing with the invisible light, engaging with multi-layered smells, tactile perception of spaces and things, and exploring the diversities of local and foreign tastes create an all-encompassing perception of urban surroundings


The former industrial site between Bovisa and Affori stand in between two very differet neighborhood with rich, yet diverse histories. The strategy of the project aims at diffusing the stark existing boundary, and focuses on four main directions:

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become an interstichial space that hosts diverse neighborhood communities and accommodate social interaction

/// restore a natural green link along the project axis /// stimulate users sensorially to encourage exploration and engagement with the space ///

create a spatial identity that resonates with members of both neighborhoods

CRONOTOPO inner circle - PAST mid circle - PRESENT outer circle - FUTURE

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NOSTALGIO Competition proposal for redevelopment of ‘Ex Scalo Farini’ train depot area MILANO, ITALY

2018

TEAM PROJECT / ROLES: concept development 3D modelling graphics and visualising public presenter video production

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OSTALGIO is a large scale (300.000 sqm) urban regeneration project of the abandoned railway depository ‘Ex Scalo Farini’, located next to the major Garibaldi railway station in the northern part of historic centre of Milano. Farini railway yard had once hosted bustling train maintenance operations, but for many years has been left unmaintained, aimlessly occupying a large central location. The site is surrounded by active neighbourhoods, which are cut off from a more direct access to central Milano due to the length of the Farini rail yard. This portrays the site more as a nuisance rather than a part of the urban fabric and of historical value. NOSTALGIO aims to empower the existing history of the site and reintegrate the area into the public and social domain. Shifting the focus on the existing railways on site and retaining many other architectural details, the project was developed to allow the public to explore the once unseen space and participate in reclaiming it. Existing site features, complimented by new architectural interventions and urban social programme, create a space that triggers senses of personal nostalgia and communal history. Through sentiments people will create an intimate connection with the new space, and find a place of reflection and comfort in the previously hostile environment.

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experience void

naturescape section

experience

MASTER PLAN

naturescape dymanics

ENTRANCE EXIT

existing re-used rail tracks

outdoor cinema amphitheatre for events

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intuitive playground

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ENTRANCE EXIT

old tram installation / community work spaces


new hardscape throughout entire area

old existing rails as visual feature

public treehouses meditation space

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redeveloped existing train depot multi-sensory experience 'wheat field' multi-purpose community market

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water pools features crossing centre of depot

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CONCEPT CONNECTION SCAPE

BUILT SCAPE

NATURAL SCAPE

SENSORIAL SCAPE

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In a space filled with physical presence, the heart of the project lies in the completely opposite concept - the void. Absence of traditional materiality creates a space for tranquillity and personal reflection, triggered by the simple yet nostalgic presence of an endless wheat field. Located in the heart of the monumental structure of the old depository, the field lies in the empty space inside it and opens up to the sky and the natural elements. The soft and all-encompassing sensation of being submerged in the field triggers memories of childhood, allowing to focus on one’s own thoughts, senses and experiences.


The Void - Wheat field

Caffee / Restaurant Market

Exhibition / tram depository

The main space for activities is centred around the existing framework of the old depository building, spanning 600m in length and resembling an artificial jungle of structural columns. Such architecture allows to distribute spaces for various functions and services along the whole site, while retaining the original historic framework that would otherwise be demolished.

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Main services include a large marketplace, a cafe and restaurant with modular seating, and an exhibition space with old Milanese trams that host various functional spaces inside for people to use.

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ARCHITECTURE / SERVICES

PAST

future

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Nostalgic sentimentality is triggered by combining multiple senses such as spirituality, physicality and visual memory - all significantly connected to the phenomenon of nostalgia.

Various site specific interventions such as treehouses (spiritual), amphitheatre (visual), intuitive playgrounds (physical) create the opportunity to experience each one separately.

Spatially surrounding multisensory experiences of the train ride and the wheat field combine all sensation togethe`r to evoke a strong allencompassing experience.


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ELEMENT-SCAPE Final bachelors degree graduation project KAUNAS, LITHUANIA

2014

WINNER Best in Degree Show 2014

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lementSCAPE is a large-scale spatial project that attemps to reintroduce a sense of community. public ownership and national identity into the bleak, stencil-like socialist architectural environment currently extensively present in the post-soviet city of Kaunas. Through its layout, structure, materials and details it references the historic and ethnographic identity of the Lithuanian nation, and allows the local community to take control over the otherwise neglected and purposeless space within their living environment. Through the use of native flora and nonperpendicular angles of the structure and its surroundings, ElementSCAPE creates an element of randomness within the very square geometric space to suit the diverse and flawed human nature. ElementSCAPE encourages people to embrace and celebrate their millennia-old roots - the heritage of the pagan ancestors and their attitude towards nature and surroundings. ElementSCAPE touches upon three of the most important natural phenomena sacred to ancient pagans - water, nature and wind - and celebrates them within the modern environment.

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WIND community-decorated traditional wind vane installation small wind turbine at centre of section to provide electricity throughout the entire project

FOREST open/closed public shelters two community gardens; traditional plants throughout the space green roofs with local short grass varieties; trailing vines to cover all concrete

WATER collecting rainwater and re-using it for irrigation of 'forest' section flooding pools for recreation both during summer and winter

AMPHITHEATRE connecting nearby park to the new space, with 2 integrated playgrounds uphill walkways to viewpoints overlooking the entire project sheltered amphitheatre on the underside of the structure

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AMPHITHEATRE

Viewpoints

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Amphithreatre under roof

Playground under roof

The amphitheatre acts as an extension of the nearby park and introduction to ElementSCAPE. With the elevation increasing up to 4050 mm, this structure serves both as a south facing green space for recreation and a walkway up to viewpoints overlooking the rest of the complex. At the other end, sheltered underneath the cantilever parts, there is an amphitheatre with a stage for public meetings and performances, and two playgrounds on the sides.

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The structure is divided into 3 oblique planes, two of which extend off ground level, and the top one is accessible via stairs on both sides. Cantilever condition is supported by round vertical metal columns/poles on the sides, which also semi enclose the amphitheatre.

CIRCULATION

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Due to elevation and access pathways, railing is necessary only at the higher ends of level 2 & 3.

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WATER

STRUCTURAL SUPPORT STRUCTURAL SUPPORT

RAINWATER DRAINING PIPES

RAIN WATER COLLECTING ROOF

SEMI OPEN SHELTER FLOODING POOLS

The water section references the millennia- old people’s connection with water by collecting rainwater and using it for the public to enjoy. Large areas of the section become flooding pools. Roof top collected water is transferred to flood the pools and provide space for recreation. This is especially relevant during hot summer days when flooding pools would provide refreshment, and during winter, with the frozen water becoming public skating rinks.

COLLECTED RAIN WATER

EXCESS WATER

RAINWATER REUSED FOR PUBLIC GARDEN

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“EDGE” CONDITION Seating fixed into side wall + bottom of flooding pool DEPTH 250 mm safe for kids

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GREEN ROOFS

FOREST

GRASS + MOSS

OPEN SHELTER

COMMUNITY GARDENS GREENHOUSE LOCAL FLORA

SEMI OPEN SHELTER

The forest section includes a variety of sheltered and open conditions for seating and recreation. Prominent features include 2 public gardens and 2 greenhouses (along one of the main oblique pathways), a row of local birch trees (along the other main pathway) and a local oak tree in the centre. All roof conditions act as green roofs, planted with various local grass, moss and succulent sorts. Various species of vines planted into the green roofs to eventually cover concrete structures as they grow downwards.

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WIND

The wind section’ most prominent features include traditional style wind vanes made by the local community. These would run along the main oblique pathways, serving both as an open air community art exhibition and for observing the movement of winds through the area. Centre of the section would include a elevated wind turbine. Energy collected would partly provide electricity for the lighting of the whole complex.

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MACHINA ESPRESSO NEWINGTON New cafe construction

EDINBURGH, UK

2016

role: PRINCIPAL DESIGNER client: Machina Espresso Ltd project type: hospitality, retail, services year completed: August 2016 budget: £70.000

THE SITE The site for the development was old pawnshop premises adjacent to the Italian Institute located in central Edinburgh. The space was compartmentalised with modular systems; removing them produced 55 m2 continuous cafe space. THE DESIGN CONCEPT As the name ‘Machina Espresso’ might suggest, the company specialises in wholesale of coffee equipment and other coffee related merchandise, whilst also roasting coffee and running coffee shops as their showrooms. To reflect their professional equipment-geared approach, the company wanted the design of the new cafe to reflect the industrial spirit, while also creating a welcoming and warm environment of a neighborhood cafe. The design concept expressed these values mainly through the use of two main materials - industrial welded steel and timber, both processed and raw.

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FLOOR PLAN

THE DESIGN Due to business licensing, a regulation compliant disabled WC had to be built on the main floor. This proposed a challenge of seamlessly incorporating a stand-alone structure within the open plan space. The design approach was to create a multi-tier timber pergola structure that would both define the space vertically and mask the disabled WC structure underneath it. To create a welcoming contrast to the monumental steel structures, the client wanted to incorporate a large number of plants, which would have to be placed throughout the whole space. This required to foresee spaces that could accommodate planter pots, and suggest particular plants based on their requirements of natural light.

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Due to spatial layout constraints, the bar design required a different approach. The final design is based on half an octagon and provides a larger work surface for placing equipment and providing services. Continuous custom bar front cladding wraps around the whole structure and becomes the centrepiece of cafe.

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Pergola structure installation required producing two custom-made steel structural units. They acted as support for the timber beams, as shelving for retail display, and had been designed to incorporate cafe furniture within its structure, thus making it multifunctional and space saving. Another custom-made item is the large feature light above the bar. It consists of a steel wireframe suspended from the ceiling and accommodates several lights and shelving for plants and retail.

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MACHINA ESPRESSO TOLLCROSS Existing cafe re-design

EDINBURGH, UK

2016

role: PRINCIPAL DESIGNER client: Machina Espresso Ltd project type: hospitality, retail, services year completed: April 2016 budget: £10.000

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THE SITE The site for the project is the existing ‘Machina Espresso’ cafe located in Edinburgh city centre. Before the refurbishment the cafe had the seating capacity of 14, and was built in the old premises of a bicycle workshop. THE REDESIGN Since the cafe only opened 2 years ago, and refurbishment project had a very limited budget of £10.000, the design approach required to improvise and utilise varied resources.

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FLOOR PLAN

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The re-design consisted of stripping the premises of nonslip floors from the previous bicycle workshop and knocking down the office partition walls. This allowed to increase seating capacity up to 23 seats. The increased floor space allowed to rethink the cafe layout and relocate all bar-related facilities into one space. Main feature of the redesigned cafe is the custom-made bar with timber stripe detailing and a sunken glazed display unit. Under-the-ledge LED lighting emphasizes the textured bar front, and exposed cable, drop-down lighting contributes to the semi-industrial image suggested by the company name.

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Due to ‘Machina Espresso’ also being involved in distributing coffee-related merchandise, the cafe is also to be used as a showroom for much of the retail items. This included designing custom shelving and wall display units that now house over 200 items.

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