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VLASIKHA ECO-POLIS ODINTSOVO IFCITY MOSCOW MUSIC SCHOOL KARLSRUHE TAICHUNG CITY CULTURAL CENTER FIRST ROTTERDAM

COMPETITIONS

VMX ARCHITECTS GRADUATION PROJECTS

HAVENKWARTIER+ PANEL STORY ITHAKA DIALOGUE WITH A PARK CAVE IN A GARDEN


The Vlasikha plan promotes a new type of Russian residential development. It combines high urban density with the beauty of the countryside and nature. A 21st century model is created by combining the 19th century urbanity of boulevards and monumental apartment buildings and 20th century urbanity of a high density mix of functions and services with an iconographic skyline. Dutch experience of state-of-the art urban planning in the Netherlands is used in elaborating the plan. The

cozy routing through neighborhoods.

base of the plan is a grid layout with perimeter blocks. Attractive and lively streets are created by using this typology. Within the courtyard blocks there are semi-public spaces, building a framework of intimate green rooms. Courtyards are interconnected by different paths allowing safe and

are constituted by a series of individual buildings into one ensemble. This creates smaller social units and a friendly neighborhood. Inside of the block spaces are equipped with children’s playgrounds, places for senior citizens, sports playgrounds and green areas.

Vlasikha is a combination of the best ingredients of living of several world cities into a new Russian mix: Elegant terrace apartments with intimate courts of Paris, green garden blocks with brownstone of London and avenues and variety in high rise of New York. Each of the blocks has its own flavor and identity, either on volume distribution and individuality of elevation types, either on use and treatment of the space inside the block. Blocks

VLASIKHA

MASTERPLAN, COMPETITION 2011, COMMISION 2012 DE ARCHITEKTEN CIE, MOSCOW, RUSSIA

MOSCOW

vlasikha

SKOLKOVO

AIRPORT “VNUKOVO”

POSITION OF VLASIKHA RELEATED TO MOSCOW


inner park


KINDERGARDEN SOLUTION IN HIGH RISE PART

KINDERGARDEN SOLUTION IN HIGH RISE PART

KINDERGARDEN SOLUTION IN LOW RISE PART

KINDERGARDEN SOLUTION IN LOW RISE PART


CARDO & DECUMANO

GRID

LANDSCAPE


PT2

PT3

PT1 L1

P3

P2

L1 L3

PT1

P3

P2

PT1

L3 L2

PT2

LONDON BLOCK

L1

L2

L1 PT3

LA2 L1

T1 Tl

Th T1 Tl

L1

LT1

L1

Th

LT4

LA1 L1

T1

LT1

LT3

LA1

LA2

LT2

LT1

MT4

LT4

MT3

M3

M5

M5

M5 M5

M6

PT1

P3

P2

PT1

P3

MT1 M1

M1

PT1 P2 M5 M4 M4 PT1 M6 P3 MT1 MT1 MT4 M5 M1 M5 MT1 M6 M2 MT2 PT1 P2 M1 M6 M5 M5 M3 M3 M4 MT1 M1 M6 MT2 M4 M3 P2 M5 MT3 MT1 M1 M5 M3 M4 MT2 MT1 M5 M4 M3 M1 M4 M2 M5 M6 M1 M4 MT3 MT2 M5 M1 MT1 M4 M5 M3 M4 M3 M4 M1 MT1 M4 M3 MT2 M1 MT1 M6 M5 MT2 MT2 M1 M5 MT1 M1 M3 M3 M4 M6 M4 M4 M3 M5 M6 M1 M5 MT2 MT2 MT3 M1 MT1 M3 M4

LT3

LT1

LT3

PT1

MT1 M4

MT3 M6 M2

M6

M2

M4

MT2 M1

LT2

MANHATAN BLOCK

M4

M3

LA1

P3 MT3 PT1

M5 M6

LA1 PT3

L1

LT1

L2

LT1

PT1 L1 PT1 P3

P2 PT1 P3

L1 P2 PT1

PARIS BLOCK

PLANS OF A TYPICAL BLOCK

TYPOLOGY COMPONENTS OF A MASTERPLAN


March 22nd Insolation Analysis Total Sunlight Hours

Value Range: 0.00 - 2.00 Hrs

(c) Ecotect v5

View from South

Hrs 2.00+ 1.80 1.60 1.40 1.20 1.00 0.80 0.60 0.40 0.20 -0.00

N

View from West

Insolation Analysis

Insolation Analysis

Value Range: 0.00 - 2.00 Hrs

Value Range: 0.00 - 2.00 Hrs

Total Sunlight Hours

Total Sunlight Hours

(c) Ecotect v5

(c) Ecotect v5

12.07.2012

NEW: 11.09.2012

Hrs 2.00+ 1.80 1.60 1.40 1.20 1.00 0.80 0.60 0.40 0.20 -0.00 View

N

N View from East

from South

Hrs 2.00+ 1.80 1.60 1.40 1.20 1.00 0.80 0.60 0.40 0.20 -0.00

View from West

Insolation Analysis Total Sunlight Hours

Value Range: 0.00 - 2.00 Hrs

(c) Ecotect v5

NFA: 579, 115 m2 More number of towers Corridor typology, single-facing units

NFA: m2 Less number of towers Core typology, double-facing units

Hrs 2.00+ 1.80 1.60 1.40 1.20 1.00 0.80 0.60 0.40 0.20 -0.00


The Russian Solar Exposure Rule for the urban planning of residential areas states that the residential buildings located between the geographical latitude of 58Ëš North and 48Ëš North should not have less than two hours of direct sunlight a day, from March 22nd to September 22nd. According to the rule, two hours of direct sunlight must be provided, minimum in one room of 1-3 room apartments.

Insolation Analysis Total Sunlight Hours

Insolation Analysis

(c) Ecotect v5

Value Range: 0.00 - 2.00 Hrs

Therefore, the Insolation Analysis has been carried out, on March 22nd, in order to calculate the total hours of direct sunlight received by each facade of the masterplan. The results are displayed to show a range from 0 hours to 2 hours, since the facades that receive less than 2 hours of sunlight would be the problematic ones to resolve.

Total Sunlight Hours

Value Range: 0.00 - 2.00 Hrs

(c) Ecotect v5

N View from East

Hrs 2.00+ 1.80 1.60 1.40 1.20 1.00 0.80 0.60 0.40 0.20 -0.00

N

Hrs 2.00+ 1.80 1.60 1.40 1.20 1.00 0.80 0.60 0.40 0.20 -0.00

View from West

N

The sunlight conditions in the high density blocks are improved by the introduction of double-facing units in the floor plan, and by changing the dimensions and locations of the towers.

N


The Vlasikha plan promotes a new type of Russian residential development. It combines high urban density with the beauty of the countryside and nature. A 21st century model is created by combining the 19th century urbanity of boulevards and monumental apartment buildings and 20th century urbanity of a high density mix of functions and services with an iconographic skyline. Dutch experience of state-of-the art urban planning in the Netherlands is used in elaborating the plan. The

cozy routing through neighborhoods.

base of the plan is a grid layout with perimeter blocks. Attractive and lively streets are created by using this typology. Within the courtyard blocks there are semi-public spaces, building a framework of intimate green rooms. Courtyards are interconnected by different paths allowing safe and

are constituted by a series of individual buildings into one ensemble. This creates smaller social units and a friendly neighborhood. Inside of the block spaces are equipped with children’s playgrounds, places for senior citizens, sports playgrounds and green areas.

Vlasikha is a combination of the best ingredients of living of several world cities into a new Russian mix: Elegant terrace apartments with intimate courts of Paris, green garden blocks with brownstone of London and avenues and variety in high rise of New York. Each of the blocks has its own flavor and identity, either on volume distribution and individuality of elevation types, either on use and treatment of the space inside the block. Blocks

ECO-POLIS

MASTERPLAN COMPETITION 2012 DE ARCHITEKTEN CIE ODINTSOVO RUSSIA

ODINTSOVO BY PASS

RUBLEVOARKHANGELSKOE

MOSCOW NOVAYA TREHGORKA

ODINTSOVO A 100

SKOLKOVO

M1

AIRPORT “VNUKOVO”

POSITION OF ODINTSOVO RELEATED TO MOSCOW


MayMondriaan Mondriaan 2012 Zagreb 1936 - 1963 Мондриан

Odintsovo 20th century 1942 Mondriaan: Victory Boogie Woogie Mondriaan

Odintsovo 21st century

Победа Буги Вуги

May 2012 Zagreb Mondriaan

Odintsovo 20th centuryMondriaan

Odintsovo 21st century

FUNCTIONAL PATCHWORK

Science Center

High-Tech Campus

Forest Living Picnic Meadow Restaurant

Exhibition

Theater

Ecodome

Sport City

Sport Swimming pool Tennis

Water Living

Eco-court

Volleyball

City Hall

City Living

City Hall Lake

Ice Skating

School

City Gate

Bank

Theater

A

Forest

Eco-Dome

Flower Garden

Hotel

School

Forest

Court

Botanical Garden

University

B

Human Sciences Bio-Management

Art Gallery

Central Park Restaurant

Library

A B C D

City Living Cafe

Church

Church

Shopping Business Cafe

Station

CONCEPTUAL LINES

Plaza Cinema

Eco Festival Botanical Garden Eco Market Green Tower Eco Route Green Waste Ecological Exhibition Electric Bus Stop Electric Bus Route

C

Restaurant

Hotel

Eco-Market

Business D

Station

PROGRAMME DISTRIBUTION

EXISTING VS. NEW

SUSTAINABLE DESIGN


Salzburg block


Paris block


Copenhagen block


Special buildings 1

i

ECO-COURT COURT HOUSE CITY HALL

EXHIBITION

1

OFFICE OFFICE OFFICE OFFICE OFFICE OFFICE

TRANSFER

TOWNHALL

RAILWAY STATION


The design is proposing an exclusive environmet with the amenities of a city in the peaceful and beautiful location of in RublyovoArkhangelskoye. The needs of the financial community will have be met and supported by a socio- economic environment that will turn the center into a viable stand-alone city, offering living standards comparable to leading cities such a Singapore, Hong Kong. Above all, it requires a specific financial profile for Moscow IFC. Therefore we ae proposing to declare the IFC and its environs as a Special Financial Zone. This proposal has to be reviewed with the client, but could provide a competitive economic, regulatory and fiscal environment that inernational banks are used to in IFC`s around the world, such as London, Singapore, New York). Te

SFZ provides and independent blilingual court and own administration based on international standards giving companies a sound, stable, secure and growth- oriented platform for their business.

IFCity, MOSCOW MASTERPLAN COMPETITION 2014 , SELECTION FOR 2ND ROUND DE ARCHITEKTEN CIE, KCAP HOLDING B.V., KARRES EN BRANDS LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS, MLAB, PROSPERITY PROJECT MANAGEMENT

POSITION OF IFC RELATED TO LANDSCAPE


THE ELEMENTS OF THE CITY CORE

FROM `KREMLIN` TO `OPEN CITY KREMLIN ` A PERMEABLE MEMBRANE


THE COMFORT WALK


Golden Stripes is an urban strategy for spatial and programmatic transformation of the former industrial site of Serp Molot. A transformation into one of the vibrant and cosmopolitan centers of Moscow metropolitan area. The strategy determines staged development which can accommodate all unpredictable spatial and programmatic adjustments and improvements. The scenario stages the future of the location and society where architecture mediates the agenda of the city

rently divided by the tunnel. The stripes organize new connections between these two parts as well as connections to the surrounding traffic network and park. On the Westside a new connection is provided towards the subway, train and bus stations. Creating diversity Different stripes in different widths ensure a variety in build areas as well as public open spaces. Public spaces such as urban interiors of the Forum and a variety of green areas like a park, sport facilities and public

with that of the investments. Organizing urban framework The stripes are a flexible yet site specific structure. The stripes allow for a functional and morphological variety by varying in width. Intensifying spatial connections The two parts of the site are cur-

walkways all diversify Serp Molot.

SERP & MOLOT MASTERPLAN COMPETITION 2014 , MOSCOW, RUSSIA DE ARCHITEKTEN CIE, KCAP HOLDING B.V., KARRES EN BRANDS LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS, MLAB, PROSPERITY PROJECT MANAGEMENT

POSITION OF SERP & MOLOT RELATED TO MOSCOW CITY CENTRE


DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY

1ST PHASE

2ND PHASE

3RD PHASE

4TH PHASE

5TH PHASE

GROUNDFLOORPLAN

K PAR RD

LEVA

BOU UM

FOR

GOLDEN STRIPES - STRUCTURE OF AN EXISTING BROWNFIELD

FRAMEWORK

A PLAN DIVERSITY

TYPOLOGIES

GREEN STRUCTURE


TYPOLOGY EXAMPLES

A SOLID BLOCK

A TERRACE BLOCK

A SPIRAL BLOCK

A SOLID BLOCK

EXAMPLES OF A REGENARATION OF AN INDUSTRIAL PIPES

LIGHTING

SPORT AREA

BRIDGE

GREEN WALL

REFURBISH

SUSPENDED GREEN

PLAYGROUND


The concept of the house - in- house solution of the Baden Conservatory in the existing garden shed is an urban concept with an exciting contrast between programmatic building blocks and open , highly differentiated spaces. These public fields provides a dynamic space to meet and relax. The design is tailored for ademand of children. The program includes two concert halls and various departments with classrooms. Spacially, the halls and the foyer are placed around the his-

MUSIC SCHOOL

KARLSRUHE COMPETITION 2013 DE ARCHITECTEN CIE GERMANY

torical chmney in the center. These foyer brings the light and it works as a meeting point situated in a garden. Rooms to practice during the breaks are also located here .

CONCEPT

PUBLIC SPACE LAYOUT


GROUNDFLOOR


DETAILED SECTION


The future structure is a harmonious collection of diverse atmospheres of Taiwan’s cultural and natural landscape: a total balance for the contrast of the open and the closed, clear and mystic, humid and dry. The building is intended to be an extended park landscape. There is an invisible line between the indoor and outdoor, a park and a built environment. The original park design introduced a system of gentle hills to control the space and the climate. Hill-like base of City Cultural Center provides integrated entrance facilities for both pedestrians and cars. The entrance landscape square is a programmatic combination of the culture, education and leisure activities. The particular configuration of two floating objects is to reinforce a visual connection between a city and a park. At the same time, this configuration guides the northern wind to

provide the air circulation through the rain water curtain, with an intention to provide comfortable climate condition for the entrance square all year long. The dynamic gate configuration of the museum and the library invites visitors to constantly flow through the building into the park and from the library to the museum.

CITY CULTURAL CENTRE TAICHUNG COMPETITION 2013 DE ARCHITECTEN CIE TAIWAN

SITE PLAN

PARK LAYOUT


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PARKING FLOOR

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GROUNDFLOOR


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OPEN FLOOR FLOORPLAN

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CLOSED FLOOR FLOORPLAN


SECTION

MUSEUM INTERIOR


On a prominent location in Rotterdam, at the Weena opposite the new Central Station, the office building First arises, adding a new accent to the city’s spectacular skyline. The site borders onto the Central Business District as well as the 19th century residential neighborhoods of the ‘Old West’. The complex comprises a rectangular base block (35 metres high) and a tower of 130 metres The design of the office floors is characterized by its open and flexible layout. This is made possible by limiting

first and foremost intended to ensure sufficient daylight in the middle of the deep office floors. But at the same time the atrium with its stepped landscaped terraces provides a spatially binding element that lends openness and identity to this part of the complex.

FIRST ROTTERDAM OFFICE TOWER IN ROTTERDAM , THE NETHERLANDS PROJECT 2011-12 DE ARCHITECTEN CIE

The project is designed entirety according to the latest available sustainability insights and techniques and, when completed, will be certified BREEAM ‘Excellent’.

the construction to the central cores and the load-bearing exterior walls. Large floor areas (12 metres deep) are kept free of structural elements and provide open-plan areas. In the base building a large covered atrium is cut out of the block. This is

TOWER


TOWER FLOORPLAN

SECTION

ATRIUM

ROOFTOP


Havenkvartier + is a transformation strategy for the former harbour of Assen. The site is curently monofunctional and underused business park with a harbour that has lost his function. Our strategy aims to transform the site into a new urban lively mixed-use neighbourhood for working, living, cultural activities, social events, recreatin and experiments. The plan follows on an existing masterplan, which today is not feasible to develope in the traditional way ( meaning all at once), our plan is based on a gradual transformation, which has no fixed timeframe or outcome. The city planned also two large scale interventions: the new city Boulevard and a new Blue axis ( reconnected cannal for recreational water route through the city). Our proposal uses small steps, making the plan more flexible (order of the steps), more feasible ( based on a demand) and more adaptable ( in time). The steps are ment to acitvate

the site, to mx new programme & people and to add more living qualities. For a sucessfull transformation you need the right tools to make it work. In our proposal we have categorized them into three groups, each with a specific purpose. We use tools for Activation, tools for Mixing, and tools for Add living qualities.

HAVENKVARTIER +

STRATEGY OF A HARBOUR AREA IN ASSEN, THE NETHERLANDS 4TH PLACE,COOPERATION / HUGO KOK, SHAYA FALLAHI, COMPETITION 2013

Havenkvartier is about introduction new people to the site, bringing the together and building communities. Present people should be invited to participate or reinvent their position on the site.

NORTHERN NETHERLANDS

CITY OF ASSEN

NEIGHBORHOODS OF ASSEN


CAFETERIA WITH ROOF TERRACE

EVENTS

TEMPORARY SENSOR SHOWROOMS

HOTSPOTS RE-USE BUILDINGS

PRESENT

KIOSK WITH SMALL SHOP AND GARDEN

ON NEIGHBOURHOOD LEVEL

SLUICE HOUSE WITH ICECREAM SHOP

IN THE BLOCKS OF AND IN THE BUILDINGS BUILDINGS THEMSELVES

FIRST GENERATION

CONNECTION Havenkwartier is from origin a business park with Entrepeneurs.

Community Organizers

PUBLIC SPACE

AGE LIVING SPACE WORKING SHARING

25-35 50-75 m2 + (optional) outside space, car (green wheels) CONNECTION up-and-coming area, affordable

25-55 25+ m2 65+ m2 Multi Functional Space Site for working

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AGE LIVING SPACE WORKING SHARING

65+ 50-100 m2 meeting place, outside space CONNECTION central location, recreation nearby, facilities

DIY’ers

Urban Professionals AGE LIVING SPACE WORKING SHARING CONNECTION

FACILITIES

Seniors

30-65+ 50+ m2 + (Optional) Marina, Outside Space (Water-related) CONNECTION Canal & Former Harbour

Craftsman

ROUTES

RE-USE HALL FOR GARDEN CENTRE

THIRD GENERATION

Starters AGE LIVING SPACE WORKING SHARING

CONNECTION Currently some empty buildings have found new users in the form of Community Organisations (Drumschool Assen, Zorggroep Drenthe, etc.)

RE-USE HALL FOR SPORTS & FITNESS

SECOND GENERATION

Water Lovers

Entrepreneur

A NEW ROOFTOP BAR ON THE SILO

AGE LIVING SPACE WORKING SHARING CONNECTION

AGE LIVING SPACE WORKING SHARING CONNECTION

30-65 70-200 m2 25-50 m2 trendy area, work from home, central location

30-65 95-155 m2 + (Optional) free plots to build own house

Collective

Students

AGE LIVING SPACE WORKING SHARING

25-65+ 25-150 m2 + (Optional) facilities (swimming pool, meeting room, garden, fitness, etc.) CONNECTION free plots to build collective housing building

AGE LIVING SPACE WORKING SHARING

18-30 25 m2 Cafeteria, Laundry Room, Wifi, Outside Space CONNECTION H.I.T.

Step 1: Location, Location

Step 2: Attract Visitors

Step 3: Pioneers

Step 4: More Living + + +

Step 5: Connect to the Center

Step 6: Spreading Out

WHEN: Today

Tomorrow

After 2 Years

3 To 10 Years?

3 To 20 Years?

10 To 20 Years?

Step 7,8,9...> Future Plans


The Warehouse

MULTIFUNCTIONAL COMMUNAL PACE

ORGANISATION OF APARTMENTS

The lofts are designed for a community of water-lovers. Under the building there is a multi-functional space that in daily life functions as parking. This space is the arrival point for the water-lovers both from land and water. On special occasions the multifunctional space can be used for social events such as a block party, game of sports or barbeque on the waterfront. The building has 17 loft-like apartments ranging in size from 50m2 to 180m2 creating a mixed group of people.


GROUNDFLOOR

1STFLOOR

2ND FLOOR

3RD FLOOR

SECTION


The Loft

MULTIFUNCTIONAL COMMUNAL PACE

ORGANISATION OF APARTMENTS

The lofts are designed for a community of water-lovers. Under the building there is a multi-functional space that in daily life functions as parking. This space is the arrival point for the water-lovers both from land and water. On special occasions the multifunctional space can be used for social events such as a block party, game of sports or barbeque on the waterfront. The building has 17 loft-like apartments ranging in size from 50m2 to 180m2 creating a mixed group of people.


3RD FLOOR

2ND FLOOR

1ST FLOOR

GROUNDFLOOR

FLEXIBILITY OF PLAN

SECTION

CIRCULATION SCHEME

HOUSING TYPES


Brno municipality organised a competition called ‘Brno city interventions’, which asked for small low cost interventions, which could make a public space more attractive. Our place of interest is in housing complex Novy Liskovec with their blind side-facades and adjacent poorly maintained “infinite grass fields.” Housing complexes like these from the communist period are

mono-functional units, which provide basics requirements for their inhabitans. Are these standardised units attractive enough? Do they have strong identity which differentiate them from other standardised neighbourhoods? With a few examples we are demonstrating how to liven up these areas with functions, not by buildings. Also we are showing possibilities, how to maintain infinitive grass fields.

POSITION OF BLIND WALLS IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

EXISTING SITUATION

PANEL STORY CITY INTERVENTIONS OF BRNO COMPETITION 2010 COOPERATION/DAGMAR SITAROVA, BRNO, CZECH REPUBLIC

CLIMBING WALL AS A FREE TIME ACTIVITY FOR TEENAGERS

GRAFITTI FACADE PROVIDE SPACE FOR ARTISTIC PERFORMANCES LINKED TO THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

INFO POINT AS AN INTERACTIVE DEMONSTRATION OF NEIGHBOURHOOD IDENTITY

TEMPORARY HOUSING UNITS FOR STARTERS , SINGLES OR STUDENTS

VERTICAL GARDENS ARE PROVIDING A VIEW TO THE GREEN ALSO FOR HIGHER FLOORS

MIRRORING WALL REFLECTING SURROUNDING TO PROVIDE CONTACT WITH A STREET OR


ITHAKA

HOUSING PROJECT IN ALMERE PROJECT 2010 VMX ARCHITECTS THE NETHERLANDS Ithaka is a housing project in Homeruskwartier, in Almere. The neighbourhood where project take a place is completely new. it was also developed in a strong dialoque with its users. In 2010 when I was working on the project it was already in construction phase. Therefore I dealt mainly with last phase of drawings, interior drawings, positioning of lights, lobbies and finishing. I also worked on a housing typology, which combine small studios with big duplex houses. All of them are looking across a secret garden and have a direct access to it, which take a


VARIATION OF TYPOLOGIES


INTRODUCTION The area of Kominske and Zabovreske meadows is a 120 ha site situated in a valley between several hills on the outskirts of Brno. It is bordered by the river Svratka and the city ring. These two borders make an island out of it, an island of water, because half of the area is subject to floodings once in every twenty years and the rest of the area once in every hundred years. This is the main reason, why it has never been developed and also now is a lost place without character. The assignment for the graduation project was to create a public park with a footbal academy in this area. The whole park would be maintained by municipality.

The footbal academy is a place where childrens from surrounding schools and several local footbal clubs can train and practice. In a way is a very public function, but it should also provide optimal conditions for (private) training and small matches.

DIALOGUE WITH A PARK PUBLIC PARK WITH FOOTBAL ACADEMY IN BRNO DIPLOMA PROJECT 2011 FA VUT BRNO ,CZECH REPUBLIC

Program main footbal field / 200 seats/, 2 training fields 2 free time fields 10 changing rooms, /15m2/ 6 multifuncitonal gyms /60m2/ cafe /winter, summer part/ administration technical support

VIEW ON THE AREA FROM SUROUNDING HILLS


CONTOUR LINES OF SUROUNDING HILLS MAKES A BORDER OF FLOODED AREA

DEFINATION OF HUMAN AND NATURAL INFLUENCE

INTRODUCITON OF A NEW RIVER ARM, WHICH CREATES A BORDER

DEFINITION OF TWO AREAS ( AN WILD ISLAND, AND LEISURE PART)

DIALOGUE WITH CITY RING

DIALOGUE WITH FOOTBAL FIELDS “BIRD PERSPECTIVE”

DIALOGUE WITH FOREST “SQUIRREL PERSPECTIVE”

DIALOGUE WITH ALLUVIAL MEADOWS “FISH PERSPECTIVE”, SWIMMING WITH MEADOWS

SHAPE DIALOGUE


DIALOGUE WITH FOREST


LANDSCAPE SECTIONS

1.NP / interakcia s okolitými plochami/

2.NP / šatne a viacúčelové FIRST sály/

FLOOR

Pohľad

GROUND FLOOR

1.NP / interakcia s okolitými plochami/


MODEL 1:50 OF AN UNIT


DETAIL OF CHANGING ROOMS 8X8M


INTRODUCTION The city Kromeriz (population 30.000) has several UNESCO heritage sites . A castle with castle gardens and a flower garden which was designed by Filibert Luches and Giovanni Pietro Tencalla. The flower garden is an axially-oriented, manneristic garden, founded in 1665 on the oblong rectangular platform with dimensions 300 m x 485 m. The front gate verges into the extraordinary long and monumental gallery, called collonade 224 m in length forms the

to the skittleground equipped with the water-jest as well. Along the main axis line there were the mazes and rectangular ponds stocked with carp and trout. Further on, the axis runs over two artificial hills called the Strawberry Hills (the popular composition elements). Later, in 1840 was garden rebuilt. Without any attempts to modify the original layout of the early-Baroque Libosad, its side parts were supplemented with other buildings, namely: the tropical stove, cold greenhouse, residential & administration building.

phenomenal shape of the architectural element. The ground platform of Libosad was interlaced with a complex water distribution system supplying the ponds, fountains, the lake by the aviary, waterworks, and the sophisticated machinery-like unit called the “water-jests� located in the

Also a new entrance was established with on one side a Dutch garden and on the other an area used for maintenance with other supporting functions. This project is dealing with the Dutch garden in relation to the Flower garden. The Dutch garden was

CAVE IN A GARDEN

REVITALIZATION OF A FLOWER GARDEN IN KROMERIZ BACHELOR PROJECT 2009 FA VUT BRNO CZECH REPUBLIC UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE

AERAL VIEW OF FLOWER GARDEN WITH DUTCH GARDEN

VIEW ON DUTCH GARDEN FROM COLLONADE


PAVILION Every built object in the Flower garden is precisely established, mathematically-founded, strong in its simplicity and architecture. It can be said, that there are more sculptures than functional units, which are based on views, axis. My proposal aims to subtly fill in the empty place in the garden and therefore seeks the greatest possible simplicity, tectonics.

The idea is based on rebirthing the rotunda as an exterior open pavilion, with water games /in a transformation of the raining water/. This cave in the dutch garden remains rotunda in his truly design from manneristic period which is transformed to nowdays. The design is based on mathematical proportions between close and open areas.

Today the existing rotunda remains only symetry on polygonal base, with 4 “grota� and 4 rooms. The rest was changed by reconstruction in 19th century. The new pavilion in the Dutch garden is an exterior space, unenclosed and based on the seasonal use of the Flower garden . There are placed 2 exhibition rooms for statues as a part of the tour and a cafe. Open skylights are placed, so the visitors can enjoy light and water symphony. The pavilion is closed

ROTUNDA IN 17TH CENTURY, SYSTEM OF GROTS /4 CAVES,4 HALLS/ WATER CHANNELS


The concept of the courtyard building is to divide it in several separate units with their own entrance. I eliminate all corridors and filters, because the flower garden is used mostly in summer time. Downstairs is a cafe, bookshop and a representative room for small meetings. Upstairs is a gallery and two guest flats with separate entrances. The greenhouse can be used in summer for concerts, and in winter as a storage of outside plants. Tropical stove is left as it is.

PRESENT SITUATION

existing first floor

FIRST FLOOR

SITUATION

PRESENT SITUATION

existing groundfloor

GROUNDFLOOR

SECTION


Placing of 3 squares The revitalisation is based on positioning a new pavilion, as a reminiscence of rotunda in its former relation to the garden, as an open pavilion / after revitalisation in 19th century the rotunda was enclosed, and became more introvert/. In a balance to new pavilion is a restoration of orangery and Neptune fountain. Platforms of squares are used as a sitting area. Elements of architecture which are more functional than esthetic /glasshouse, orangery, courtyard, collonade -in the past/ are longitudinal buildings, and representative objects, part of the tour are central objects / rotunda, sculptures, hills, water jests/.

PRIORITIES OF VISITORS TOURS ENTRANCE THROUGH COURTYARD

SECTION OF DUTCH GARDEN

NEPTUNE FOUNTAIN

SCHEME OF OBJECTS PROPORTIONS AND THEIR FUNCTION IN GARDEN

CENTRAL POSITION OF NEW ROTUNDA

NEW ROTUNDA

DIALOGUE BETWEEN NEW AND OLD ROTUNDA

ORANGE GARDEN

objects for representation functional objects

green tunnels

oldrotunda

newpavilionbasedontheprincipleofrotunda

partsofgardenwithenclosedimpressions enclosedspaceswithmysticalatmosphere historical building : vault rooms rotunda : grotas bird aviaries : situated on the water surface sculptures in garden

birdaviaries

revitalisation of Neptune statue collonade

strawberry hills

water jests

SCHEME OF VISITORS TOUR

SCHEME OF OFOBJECTS IN FLOWER GARDEN


MATHEMATICAL RELATIONS BETWEEN OLD AND NEW ROTUNDA

FLOORPLAN

EXHIBITION SPACE OF THE CAVE “GROTTA”


PAVILION

FORTIFICATION

Temporary recycled & multi-use pavilion 2008 Lisbon, Portugal

Ballet academy in a place of a former city fortification 2011 Brno, Czech republic

LOCO MOBILE

STRUCTURAL MODEL

Singe family house on a former railway bridge 2006 Brno, Czech republic

Cathedral de Reims 2006 Brno, Czech republic


CAFE

CRUISE TERMINAL

DAY BEFORE NIGHT NIGHT AFTER DAY

COURT HOUSE

Interior design de Architecten CIE 2011 Rotterdam, The Netherlands

Temporry covering of a statue 2008 Lisbon, Portugal

competition de Architecten CIE 2012 Keelung, Taiwan

PPS project, de Architecten CIE 2013-2014, Breda, The Netherlands

CONFIDENTIAL


OTHER WORKS

DE ARCHITEKTEN CIE. 2014_SERP&MOLOT_MASTERPLAN 2014_ HAMBURG_ MASTERPLAN 2014_ VOLGOGRAD _ MASTERPLAN 2014_ APRELEVKA _ MASTERPLAN 2013_ HILVERSUM_ OFFICE RENOVATION 2013_ BELAYA DATCHA_ RESIDENTIAL PROJECT 2013_ FOOD AND CULTURE CLUSTER CHV 2013_ TURIN_ MASTERPLAN 2012_ NIEUW AMSTERDAM_ OFFICE RENOVATION 2012_ WILLEMSPOORT_ MASTERPLAN 2012_ LEYENBURG_ MASTERPLAN COMPETITIONS 2012_ EUROPAN 11 AMSTERDAM_AMSTEL III VMX ARCHITECTS 2010_ ROTSOORD UTRECHT_ RESIDENTIAL PROJECT



Architectural Portfolium_Lenka Rezbarikova