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Leon Schmidt 326 East 94th Street, Apt. 3W, New York, NY 10128 leon.f.schmidt@gmail.com p: (347) 561 0216

Education 2003 - Feb. 2010

October 2010

Technical University Darmstadt Diploma of Architecture, February 2010 Certified Energy Consultant for existing residential buildings Certified as 'Energieberater TU Darmstadt'

Work Experience July - Nov. 2011

June 2011

May 2011

March - April 2011

Nov. 2010 - Jan. 2011

Sep. - Oct. 2010

Feb. - May 2010

March - Oct. 2009

April - Dec. 2008

2007

2006 - Oct. 2007

Assistant Project Manager at 'ee concept' Worked with Sebastian Fiedler on a Passive House (PH) School, two PH Kindergartens, competition evaluation for the city of Landau and an energy simluation and analysis of an office building + production facility. Architectural Competition - Residential Housing Complex - Wiesbaden, Germany Designed a new residential housing complex, in cooperation with HHS Architects. Architectural Competition - Annex to a School - Detmold, Germany. Earned 4th Prize. Designed a new school building and functional reorganization of the existing school buildings surrounding a new centered schoolyard, in cooperation with e2e4-architects. Architectural Competition - Student Housing - Kassel, Germany. Earned Honorable Mention. Designed a student housing complex for 150 students with an integrated administration and kindergarten, in cooperation with HHS Architects and Pfeifer Kuhn Architects. Architectural Competition - Annex to Castle - Hostel in Radstadt, Austria Designed a building with a partner, to be used as an entrance to the existing building, sleeping quarters, fitness area and additional programmatic spaces, in cooperation with ee-werk. Architectural Competition - Plus-Energy-House with E-Mobility. Earned Special Award Designed a house as a candidate for the Technical University - Darmstadt, Department of Design and Energy-Efficient Construction (Prof. M.Hegger). Plus-Energy-House in Frankfurt Led exhibition, gave tours and lectures. Exhibited the house to the public and special audiences 'La Casa Alemana' - 'Gelber Pool Projektgruppe Sao Paulo GbR' Founded a firm to plan an exhibition pavilion for the Energy Efficiency Export Initiative, commissioned by the German Government, in cooperation with Prof. M.Hegger - HHS Architects 'Plus-Energy-House' - 'Gelber Pool Projektgruppe Berlin GbR' Founded a firm to plan a 'Plus-Energy-House', that toured through Germany as a part for the Initiative for Energy Efficiency by the German Government, in cooperation with Prof. M.Hegger - HHS Architects. Tragwerk+ Created architectural visualizations for the structural firm Tragwerk+ Solar Decathlon Team, Technical University Darmstadt Designed, planned and built a solar house with twenty architecture students Built 3D-Renderings, planned and directed the construction of the outer shell of the house

Teaching Experience Oct. - Dez. 2007

Seminar Introduced five teams of the Solar Decathlon 2007 and their houses and advised a group of design-teams as a tutor in how the houses can be redesigned and improved. Department of Design and Energy-Efficient Construction (Prof. M.Hegger), TU Darmstadt

International Experience October 2007 November 2006 Feb. - April 2006

Solar Decathlon Competition, National Mall in Washington D.C. Solar Decathlon Team Design Charrette with Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh Architectural Internship in Kathmandu, Nepal

Lectures October 2010

June 2010

April 2009

November 2007

Mainova AG Marketing-Talk: Seminar for new marketing Strategies Lectured in Niedernhausen about the Solar Decathlon and the Plus-Energy-House Building for the future: Energy efficient and sustainable building Lectured about the Solar Decathlon for further education for architects in Oberursel, Germany Bauwelt Awardee Series: Solar Decathlon House Lectured at Regensburg University of Applied Sciences Chicago Greenbuild 2007: Lectured about the winning entry of the Solar Decathlon by the Technical University Darmstadt

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Exhibitions Oct. 2011 - Nov. 2012

April 2010 - June 2011

November 2009

Jan. 2009 - July 2011 July 2008 October 2007

January 2008 Feb. - Apr. 2008 May 2008 - present January 2007

Skills

'das Haus' - Exhibition After a successful tour in South America, 'Casa Alemana' was renamed and is currently touring North America and Canada. http://dashaustour.com/ 'La Casa Alemana' - Exhibition Designed pavillion showcasing German design and technology touring South America 'Sichten 13': Exhibited studio work at the annual exhibition of the Department of Architecture. http://www.lacasaalemana.com/en Plus-Energy-House Exhibition: Munich, Berlin, Hamburg, Frankfurt, Düsseldorf, Hannover, etc. Showcase Exhibitor Solar Decathlon Prototype Home 2015, Architektonika, Turin, Italy First Place Winner of the Solar Decathlon Competition 2007 Twenty universities competed on the National Mall Washington, DC Solar Decathlon House as passive house exhibit: - Building Convention, Essen Deubau - Bosch Headquarters, Main Sponsor, Stuttgart - On permanent use and exhibit after competition, Technical University Darmstadt Foreign Languages: Fluent in German and English (TOEFL - 103), proficient in French Software: PC/MAC proficient, Adobe CS5: InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop, AutoCAD 2008, Vectorworks 2011, Maya 2009, SketchUp, PHPP, BKI, Solar Computer, Microsoft Office: Word, Excel, Powerpoint

Honors Individual Awards: 2011 Special Award 2010 Honorable Mention

Energy-Award 2011 of the TU Darmstadt Energy Center Advisory Board Plus-Energy-House with E-Mobility Architectural Competition Plus-Energy-House with E-Mobility

2009 Second Place

Poster Competition for the First Day of National Urban Development Policy 2009

Prizes and Awards within the Solar Decathlon Team project (selection): 2007 Solar Decathlon Winner 2009 'Detail' Prize - Category Student 2009 'Bauwelt' Prize - Category Prototype 2009 German Wood Construction Award - Category Components/Concepts

Publications (Books)

2008 2008 2008

2009

2009

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Publications (Magazines)

2008 Hessian Wood Construction Award 2009 Recognition - European Prize for Solar-Integrated Building Technique 2007 IKEA Prize Living in the Future 2007 Award Germany Land of Ideas

Contributions: 'Sunny Times - Solar Decathlon House', Prof. M. Hegger (Ed.), Müller + Busmann, Wuppertal 'Courtyard Houses - A Housing Typology (Vol 1)', Prof. G. Pfeifer, Birkhäuser, Berlin 'Row Houses - A Housing Typology (Vol 2)', Prof. G. Pfeifer, Birkhäuser, Berlin Designs published in: 'Berliner Projekte 2007-2009' - 'Center for Education, Activities and Day Care' Prof. D. Bangert, Department. of Design and Architectural Typologies, TU Darmstadt 'Sichten 13', - 'Center for Education, Activities and Day Care' Catalog of student work in the Department. of Architecture, TU Darmstadt 'Entwerfen Lernen - Bauentwurfslehre' - 'Casa d´amore' Prof. G. Pfeifer, Syntagma, Freiburg Photographs published in: 'Architecture of Change II', K. Feireiss and L. Feireiss (Ed.), Gestalten, Berlin 'Grüne Häuser - Einfamilienhäuser', Prof. M. Hegger and I. Schäfer (Ed.), Callwey, Munich 'Updating Germany', F. von Borries and M. Böttger (Raumtaktik), Hatje Cantz, Ostfildern 'Sunny Times - Solar Decathlon House', Prof. M. Hegger (Ed.), Müller + Busmann, Wuppertal Photographs / Renderings published in (selection): 02 / 2009 Puls (photographs - Solar Decathlon 07 + Plus-Energy House) 01 / 2009 Bauwelt (photographs - Solar Decathlon 07) 04 / 2008 Detail (photographs - Solar Decathlon 07) 01 / 2008 Bauzentrum (photographs / renderings - Solar Decathlon 07) 10 / 2007 Archplus (renderings - Solar Decathlon 07)

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PORTFOLIO

LeonSchmidt


DESIGNSTUDIO with Prof. Manfred Hegger

„Winner of the Solar Decathlon Competition 2007 - Washington D.C.“

Solar Decathlon Team Deutschland

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2006/07 [6th-8th Semester]

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Solar Decathlon Competition 2007 Sponsored for the third time by the U.S. Department of Energy, the aim of the international competition was to design, plan and build a visionary plus-energy house, powered solely by sun energy. In October 2007, 20 solar homes from competing universities were constructed on the National Mall in Washington D.C. to form a solar village. During the competition, each house participated in contests within ten categories to prove its energy efficiency and sustainability in front of a professional jury and a large audience (100,000 visitors).

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The ten categories: 01 Architecture 02 Engineering 03 Communications + Documentation 04 Appliances 05 Market Viabilitiy 06 Comfort Zone 07 Hot Water 08 Lighting 09 Energy Balance 10 Getting Around

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The Technical University Darmstadt, the only German participant, won the competition and additionally dominated in three disciplines – Architecture, Lighting and Technology. The Architecture jury complimented the house, calling it in „a class of its own“. The engineering jury attested that the house maximized in innovation and seamlessly integrated aesthetics with function. Visitors waited in more than an hour-long line on the National Mall in order to get a tour of the house. The team comprised of 20 architecture students, who designed, planned and realized the house since the Spring of 2006, supervised by Professor Manfred

The Architectural Concept The design focuses on using as little energy as possible without forfeiting any aesthetics or comfort. The building consists of three layers, that wrap around the inner ‚core‘. Each layer allows for a different floor plan layout, according to the seasons.

Louvers

The outer-most layer consists of oak-louver

frames, and each East, South and West louver has an integrated thin-photovoltiac panel to contribute to the energy generation. Altogether, there are 48 louver frames, some of which are operable to extend the interior space into a private outdoor room. Transparent photovoltaics protect the porch from above. Like traditional window shutters, the louvers offer sun protection and shading. Further, they allow different lighting situations adjustable to the level of privacy needed. At night, they provide passive cross-ventilation. For a better energy output, a computer controls a mechanical driver that adjusts the louvers automatically to the sun. Each louver frame holds 30 pivoted louvers. The goal was to develop a highly-technological facade with an energy-absorbing surface that adopts the calm and discreet appearance of the house. The daily and seasonal changes are expressed through the facade.


Intelligent folding and sliding mechanisms extend the core and its appliances.

Another important element of the interior space is the platform which has two depths.

The second layer serves as the thermal divider between inside and outside. Highly insulated glass and vacuum insulated panels enclose the building. The interior space is highly flexible due to the floating space that surrounds the inner core, containing the bathroom and kitchen.

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Interior

Empty cavities inside the platform serve as downtime spaces when opened; the living room is in the southwest corner and the bed is found in the northeast corner. When covered, the flooring above the cavities align with the set floor. Also when closed, the platform space can be used to store furniture such as tables, stairs, bedcovers and pillows. So that the house remains flexible, the living cavities dissolve to allow for many different living scenarios.

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The kitchen counter, that usually covers the cooking appliances, slides towards the south facade to create a fully expandable, large cooking space. Its compactness when not in use allows space for other scenarios.

Core

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The core is the most inner layer of the building. Visible from every corner, it is always present, without dominating the space. Built as the heart of the house, it includes all of the technical fixtures. The kitchen and bathroom are expandable when desired. During the daytime, the core provides for a toilet and sink, utilizing minimal space. By unfolding the core towards the north facade, the toilet turns into a broad daylit bathroom with a shower space.

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Every building part serves multiple functions; the walls store heat through their phase-changing properties which is then released when heat is needed; the ceiling functions as a cooling ceiling and has an integrated lighting system.

The building consists of a wood frame construction supported by the core, with no visible interior columns. All of the house‘s joints are detachable to keep the possibility open for recyclability. As many indigenous, renewable materials as possible were used in the building of the house.


Insulation and facade

Interior finishings

Preparation for shipping

Darmstadt, Germany

Darmstadt, Germany

Darmstadt, Germany

Darmstadt, Germany

Placing of the first module

On-going process on the Mall

Facade and deck during night-shift

Solar Village on the National Mall

Washington D.C.

Washington D.C.

Washington D.C.

Washington D.C.

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The three-module structure

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Prizes and Awards:

Project published in:

2007

German Press:

2007 Winner

Books:

Ikea Prize Living in the Future

Architecture of Change II, Gestalten, Berlin, 2009 Grüne Häuser, Callwey, München, 2009 Sonnige Zeiten, Müller+Busmann, Wuppertal, 2008

2007 Award Germany Land of Ideas

Magazines: 2007 Blue Egg Award

Detail 03/2009 Bauwelt 1-2/2009

2007 Special Award from the USGBC, Solar Decathlon

Bauen mit Holz 02+09/2008 Gebäudeenergieberater 02/2008 holztechnologie 1/2008 Häuser, 14.01.2008 Bundesbaublatt 1/2008

2007 Winner Solar Decathlon Individual Categories: 1st Place Architecture 1st Place Engineering 1st Place Lighting 1st Place Energy Balance 2nd Place Hot Water 3rd Place Appliances

Locations:

My responsibilities: Spring term `06:

2008

2007 Darmstadt Construction phase / May - August

2008 Hessian Wood Construction Award 2007 Washington D.C. USA

Designing 3D-Model and Movie with T.Heidecke and A.Kinkedey. 3D-Renderings for aquisition and presentation.

Competition / October

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2009

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Fall term `06/07:

2009 Detail Prize

2008 Essen - Deubau

Student Category

Convention / January

2009 Bauwelt Prize

2008 Stuttgart - Bosch - Headquaters

Prototype Category

Main sponsor / February - April 2008

Developed and constructed the main structure, modularization and structural joint details with Jochen Stahl. Planned the vacuum insulation panels with A.Demharter.

2009 German Wood Construction Award

2008 Darmstadt

Spring term `07:

Components/Concepts Category

Final Destination / since May

Constructed the main structure. Installed air barrier and vacuum-insulation panels. Installed the facade. Constructed supports for the louver facade. Construction phase in Washington D.C.

2009 Recognition European Prize for building integrated Solar technique

db 03+06+11/2007 Archplus 184 10/2007 Sonne, Wind & Wärme 10+12/2007 i2 – 7+8 2007 DBZ 7/2007 md- international Magazine of Design 5/2007 Der Entwurf, DBZ 04/2007 thema forschung 3/2007 M – Magazin für Neue Märkte 2/2007 Bauzentrum 1-2+11-12/2007 Informationsdienst Holz 2/2007 + 12/2007 Der Architekt 1/2007

International Press: Magazines: World Architecture 02/2009 Architectural Record 03/2008 Energy Design Update Vol.27 12/2007 Photon International 11/2007 HFN – Home Furnishings Now 11/2007

TV and Radio broadcasts: HR, ZDF, 3 SAT, WDR, SAT 1, CNN National Geographic


ProfessionalWORK Gelber Pool Projektgruppe Berlin GbR

„Plus-Energy-House - Initiative for Energy Efficiency BMVBS“

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2008/09 [MUNICH Jan. 12th 2009 - April 30th 2009]

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Plus-Energy-House BMVBS The Plus-Energy-House is a further development of the winning entry to the Solar Decathlon 2007, an exhibition building for the Federal Ministry of Transport, Building and Urban Affairs (BMVBS) within the Initiative for Energy Efficiency. Together with three members of the Solar Decathlon Team, I founded the ‚Gelber Pool Projektgruppe Berlin GbR‘ to plan this building in cooperation with the office from Prof. M.Hegger (HHS Planer + Architekten). The 74 m2 original house design was enlarged to 117 m2 based on the need of a public exhibition building. Alongside the exhibition space, the building contains a plumbing unit and kitchenette. Planned as a Plus-Energy-House, it gains more energy than it actually needs. This is made possible through the use of the newest technologies in the field of sustainable design such as vacuum insulated panels, highly insulated windows and phase changing materials.

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Photovoltaic modules on the roof, over the porch, and integrated photovoltaic in

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the facade louvers supply the Plus-Energy House with electricity. Solar thermal collectors on the roof and the heat-waste recovery of the ventilating system provide warm water. The exhibition and the house together promote sustainable design and showcase innovative solutions. The building represents the status quo of a environmentally friendly and climate-conscious architecture. Its character is aesthetically pleasing and accessible to a broad audience. Planned as a mobile exhibition pavilion, this building will be showcased in many German cities until 2011.

Individual responsibilities: 3D-Model and 3D-Renderings for presentation Structure, Windows

Shared responsibilities: Redesign of the Solar Decathlon House for the need as an exhibition pavilion Construction Drawings and Detailing Building Enclosure Specifications


ProfessionalWORK Gelber Pool Projektgruppe Berlin GbR

„Plus-Energy-House - Initiative for Energy Efficiency BMVBS“

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2008/09 [BERLIN May 18th 2009 - Sept. 30th 2009]

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Exhibition sites:

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Munich, January 12th-May 2009 Berlin, May 18th – Sept. 30th 2009 Hamburg, from October 2009 on.

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Further planned cities amongst others: Frankfurt a.M., Cologne

Project published in: Bauen mit Holz 09/2009


ProfessionalWORK Gelber Pool Projektgruppe Berlin GbR

„La Casa Alemana - Energy Efficiency Export Initiative“

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2009/10 [LATIN AMERICA, USA and CANADA May 10th 2010 - November 2012]

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La Casa Alemana The “Casa Alemana� is a mobile exhibition 4 pavilion commissioned by the German Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology. Traveling through 13 Latin American countries in the span of 16 months, the pavilion showcases German design and technique within the energy-efficient building sector. Two containers, which are themselves part of the exhibition, face one another under a membrane roof construction. The weatherprotected space between the container provides additional space for exhibition and communication purposes. In cooperation with HHS Architects.

Exhibition sites in Latin America: Sao Paulo, Brazil, 04/10 - 04/28/10 Montevideo, Uruguay 05/17 - 05/25/10 Buenos Aires, Argentina 06/08 - 06/22/10 Asuncion, Paraguay 06/30 - 07/14/10 Santiago de Chile, Chile 08/09 - 08/20/10 Santa Cruz, Bolivia 09/17 - 09/26/10 Lima, Peru 10/06 - 10/20/10 and more...

Project website: www.lacasaalemana.com

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Exhibition sites in USA and Canada:

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Atlanta, 10/17 - 10/26/11 Houston, 11/08 - 11/17/11 Phoenix, 01/21 - 01/30/12 San Francisco, 02/17 - 02/26/12 Vancouver, March 2012 Toronto, April 2012 and more...

Project website: http://dashaustour.com/


Existing / Extension

Enclosed space

Possible passage

Activation of the court yard

2011 [4. Prize]

Competitionwork with E2E4-Architects

„Modification / Extension of the Heinrich-Drake-School in Detmold, Germany“

The goal was to design a new main school building while reconfiguring the functions within the existing buildings and around the school yard. Two interconnected L-shaped structures form the overall plan to frame the inside school yard. Alternating openings and passages connect the school yard to the adjacent schools. The new main building creates a welcoming and clear entrance situation. Its positioning towards the existing buildings allows for the school to be read as a whole again.

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Renovation + Extension to the Heinrich-Drake School

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1.4 Maschinenraum 46,6 qm

1.3 Werken 95,7 qm 4.32 Computer 82,5 qm

Pumi 10,4 qm

Fachräume / Kunst

Technik

Geräte

Geräte

Bälle

Geräte

Geräte

4.19 Multifunktionsraum 69 qm

Außengeräte

Kraftsportraum

Geräte

Geräte

1.5 Werkr. Lager 22,7 qm

+- 0,124 m

1.1 Kunst 104 qm

1.2 Kunst NR 30,1qm

4.33 Computer 46,3qm

5.1 WC D 5,6 qm

Mensa / Selbstlernen

Turnhalle

Turnhalle

Turnhalle

8.1 Mensa 109,6 qm 6.12 BOB 17,1 qm

Geräte

Lehrer

Geräte

Lehrer

Putzmittel

6.7 Beratung 11,1 qm

Außengeräte

Umkleide

Umkleide

Umkleide

Umkleide

Umkleide

5.1 WC 97,7 qm

Duschraum

Duschraum

Duschraum

7.0 Selbstlernzentrum 63 qm

WC/H

WC/D

Papierlager

Putzmittel

Putzmittel

Umkleide

5.1 WC H 13,1 qm

7.1 SLZ Präsentation 44,8 qm

5.1 WC D 12,5 qm

4.41 Pumi 2,1 qm

6.5 - 6.6 Sanitätsraum / WCs 30

2.3 HW - Essraum 38 qm

2.3 Hauswirtschaft 97,5 qm

5.1 WC 5,6 qm

2.3 Hauswirtschaft - Lager 18,1 qm

1.6 Textil 57,1 qm

1.7 Musikraum 136,6 qm

Musik

1.8 Aula 298 qm

Aula

+- 0,00 m + 131,05m ü.NN

A

A

6.14 WC´s 13 qm

6.11 Kopieren 9 qm

Verwaltung

6.9 Lehrerzimmer 84,3 qm

6.10 Arbeitsplätze 21,7 qm

6.8 Erw. Schulleitung 15,2 qm

6.13 Besprechung 25,5 qm

6.1 Schulleitung 29,4 qm

6.2 Sekretariat 29,4 qm

6.3 Stv. Schulleitung 24,3 qm

6.4 Stv. Schulleitung 25,1 qm

B

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B

C

WC/H

WC/D

Bälle

Hauswirtschaft / Textil

17 1st Floor

5.1 WC H 5,6 qm


3.3 Physik 71 qm

3.2 Chemie NR 46,7qm

4.38 Lehrmittel 31,6 qm

5.1 WC D 5,6 qm

3.1 Chemie 104 qm

Longitudinal Section A-A

3.4 Physik NR 47,4 qm

+3.50

2.2 Biologie NR 47,5 qm

0.00 = 131.05m ü.NN

2.1 Biologie 83 qm

+ 3,76 m

C

B

5.1 WC D 13,1 qm

5.1 WC H 13,7 qm

4.41 Pumi 3,6 qm

5.1 WC 4,6 qm

4.12 Klasse 60,1 qm 4.18 Gruppe 16,5 qm

4.11 Klasse 60,1 qm

4.10 Klasse 58,7 qm

4.13 Gruppe 15,4 qm

4.9 Klasse 56,9 qm

A

4.1 Klasse 71,5 qm

Aula Luftraum

+- 3,50 m

4.44 Ruhe / Rückzug / Schülervertretung 43,9 qm

4.44 Ruhe / Rückzug 42,3 qm

Luftraum

4.17 Gruppe 16 qm

A

4.2 Klasse 58,8 qm

4.39 Lehrmittel 21,7 qm

4.3 Klasse 60,1 qm

4.14 Gruppe 16,6 qm

4.4 Klasse 63,9 qm

4.5 Klasse 63,9 qm

4.15 Gruppe 16,5 qm

4.6 Klasse 60,1 qm

4.7 Klasse 60,1 qm

4.16 Guppe 16,5 qm

4.8 Klasse 58,8 qm

B

C

2nd Floor

Pumi 10,4 qm

+7.00

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E 201 Tribüne 289,43 qm

5.1 WC H 5,6 qm

Elevation East

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+11.00

+7.00

+3.50

0.00 = 131.05m ü.NN

±0,00

Keller

Cross Section B-B

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Elevation South

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Facade Detail


Rough and smooth

4 Houses

different facades privat - public

student accommodation

2011 [Honorable Mention]

competitionwork with HHS / Pfeiffer Kuhn Architects

„New Construction of student housing for University of Kassel, Germany“

Day-care center

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Connection to center

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Student housing for University of Kassel This new student housing project was designed to incorporate 150 rooms for accommodation, administration and a daycare center. The public uses of the building, such as administration, daycare center as well as the entrances to the student housings, are oriented towards the public space. A passage from east to west through the building leads directly to a cafe in the center of the public space. Adjacent to the passage are the daycare center ‘s common room and multi-purpose room. In combination with the public space and the eastwest passageway, this area creates a central space for common interaction for the users.

Westring

Gottschalkstraße

Liebigstr

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Ludwigstraße

Moritzstraße

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Siteplan

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Küche 2.11 m2 46,25

2.13 nal Perso , WC e Dusch m2 26,74

DZ 2 1.2 m 28,12 Küche 1.2 2 m 24,15 EZ 1.1 2 23 m

Kin Bad 2 2.7 m 12,34

148,30 Steinterrasse

aum

1.5 Begeg 18,35 m 2

Bege

1.2 DZ 29,67 m 2

1.2 Küche 22,56 m 2

Freibereich

1.1 EZ 23 m 2

1.1 EZ 23 m 2

1.2 DZ 31,58 m 2

Freibereich

3.7 EDV 30 m 2

en

1.1 EZ 23 m 2

3.9 Öffent l. 18 m 2 3.11 Organ isation 12 m 2

1.1 EZ 23 m 2

3.10 Revisi on 12 m 2 3.12 Bespr Multifunktionechung/ 31,15 m 2

1.2 Küche 23,62 m 2

145,73

Energiegarte

1.1 EZ 19,61 m 2

1.2 Küche 22,56 m 2 31,57 m 2

1.2 Wohn

en

1.1 EZ 23 m 2

1.1 EZ 23 m 2

raße

itzst

Mor

2nd Floor

1.2 DZ 23,12 m 2

1.1 EZ 23 m 2

Freibereich

1.1 EZ 25 m 2

3.3 Büro 72,84 m 2

1.1 EZ 23 m 2

1.2 DZ 31,89 m 2

1.2 Küche 22,56 m 2

1.1 EZ 23 m 2

en

1.2 Küche 27,83 m 2

1.2 DZ 23,12 m 2

1.2 Küche 30,24 m 2

1.2 Geme insam 13,81 m 2

1.2 Küche 30,86 m 2

1.1 EZ 25 m 2

raße

3rd Floor

1.2 Wohn

1.1 EZ 23 m 2

itzst

Mor

1.1 EZ 23 m 2

1.5 Begeg nung 17,16 m 2 1.1 EZ 23 m 2

9,91 m 2

9,91 m 2

1.2 DZ 1.1 EZ 23 m 2 1.2 DZ 45,25 m 2

1.1 EZ 19,61 m 2

1.1 EZ 23 m 2

1.2 DZ 31,56 m 2

1.1 EZ 23 m 2

1.1 EZ 23 m 2

1.1 EZ 23 m 2

1.1 EZ 19,61 m 2

1.2 DZ 31,93 m 2

3.2 Küche 33,01 m 2

1.2 DZ 31,46 m 2

1.1 EZ 23 m 2

1.1 EZ 19,61 m 2

1.1 EZ 23 m 2

1.1 EZ 19,64 m 2

1.1 EZ 23 m 2

3.20 3,16 m 2

3.21 Besuch. 3,44 m 2

1.2 DZ 29,85

Freibereich

3.19 5,69 m 2

1.1 EZ 23 m 2

1.1 EZ 19,64 m 2

1.2 DZ 28,33 m 2

1.5 Begeg nung 21,08 m 2

1.1 EZ 19,64 m 2

1.1 EZ 23 m 2

Freibereich

mer 22,62 2 m

3.1 Eigang

1.1 EZ 23 m 2

1.1 EZ 23 m 2

1.2 Küche 23,62 m 2

1.2 DZ 29,64 m 2

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Energiegarte n

3.4 Vorzim

3.18 5,69 m 2

1.2 Küche 39,04 m 2

1.1 EZ 23 m 2

19,63 m 2

2

3.1 Foyer/ Warten/ Anmeldung

1.1 EZ 19,61 m 2

1.1 EZ 23 m 2

1.2 DZ 29,64 m 2

1.1 EZ 23 m

en

1.2 DZ 29,85

1.5 Begeg nung 21,56 m 2

3.5 Gesch äftsführung 26,73 m 2

1.2 Wohn

1.1 EZ 23 m 2

1.1 EZ 23 m 2

Freibereich

3.6 Buchhaltung 32,49 m 2

1.2 DZ 28,15 m 2

m2

Freibereich

3.16 Druck 7,88 m 2

1.2 DZ 28,33 m 2

1.1 EZ 23 m 2

1.2 Küche 39,04

1.2 DZ 28,09 m 2

1.2 DZ 31,49 m 2

1.1 EZ 23 m 2

1.1 EZ 19,63 m 2

1.1 EZ 23 m 2

1.2 DZ 31,54 m 2

1.1 EZ 23 m 2

1.1 EZ 23 m 2

9,91 m 2

1.1 EZ 19,63 m 2

1.1 EZ 23 m 2

1.1 EZ 19,61 m 2

1.2 Küche 22,56 m 2

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1.1 EZ 19,63 m 2

1.1 EZ 23 m 2

1.1 EZ 23 m 2

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3.17 Teeküche 43,12 m 2

1.1 EZ 19,63 m 2

1.5 Begeg nung 17,15 m 2

1.1 EZ 19,63 m 2

1.5 Begeg nung 16,91 m 2

1.1 EZ 23 m 2

1.1 EZ 23 m 2

1.1 EZ 19,63 m 2

1.1 EZ 19,63 m 2

3.23 Putz 10,82 m 2

1.2 DZ 23,12 m 2

1.1 EZ 23 m 2

1.1 EZ 23 m 2

1.1 EZ 23 m 2

1.1 EZ 19,63 m 2

3.13 Archiv 17,41 m 2

Gottschalkstraße

1.2 DZ 31,55 m 2

1.1 EZ 23 m 2

1.1 EZ 23 m 2

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1.2 Wohn en 26,88 m 2

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1.9a Lager 12 m 2

1.9 Hausmeister 25,57 m 2

1.2 DZ 29,67 m 2

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1.2 Küche 39,37 m 2

1.11 Ver/ Entsorgung 10 m 2

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1.1 EZ 23 m 2 1.1 EZ 19,63 m 2

1.1 EZ 23,55 m 2

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1.1 EZ 22,7 m 2

1.2 DZ 31,56 m 2

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COMPETITIONWORK with Tobias Kern in cooperation with EE-Werk

„Annex to a Castle - Hostel in Radstadt, Austria“

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Annex and new main entrance for a Hostel in Radstadt, Austria Tandalier Castle The new extension for the hostel in Rad- The building orients and connects itself with stadt is located at the urban threshold of the existing castle through the setback in the the campus. Its position puts the castle facade and the lounging stairs in the lobby. as the main character and centralizes the The connection of old and new is architecturally resolved and fully integrates the new main whole entity. A setback in the facade of the first floor and entrance building within the existing architeca connecting plaza make for a clear wel- tural context.  coming entrance situation.

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Siteplan


West Elevation

B Sportbereich 26,9 m

Anlieferung Holzpellets Ablieferung M¸ ll Zufahrt Garage Kleinbus

Putzraum 3,0 m Garage 27,1m

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Müllraum 10,1 m Wellnessbereich 28,1 m

Aufzug 4,3 m

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Schuh- Skiraum 108,2 m

Haupteingang Empfang 15,8 m

Rezeption 17,4 m

Büro 12,1 m

Vorplatz "Ankommen" A

B

First Floor

Eingang Foyer

Eingang Skiraum

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Cross Section

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Stiegenraum 13,7 m 1-2 Bettzimmer 25,6 m

4-Bettzimmer 28,9 m

4-Bettzimmer 25,6 m

Putzraum 8,6m

4-Bettzimmer 27,8 m

4-Bettzimmer 26,7 m

Aufzug 4,3 m

ErschlieĂ&#x;ung 57,2 m

Gemeinschaftsraum 29,2 m optional: 4-Bettzimmer

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4-Bettzimmer 26,7 m

4-Bettzimmer 27,8 m

4-Bettzimmer 26,7 m

4-Bettzimmer 26,7 m

1-2 Bettzimmer 25,6 m

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Second Floor

North Elevation

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COMPETITIONWORK with Prof. Manfred Hegger and Prof. Norbert Fisch

„Plus-Energy-House with E-Mobility - held by the Federal Ministry of Transport, Building and Urban Development “ Hannes Beck, Patrick Tauchert, Leon Schmidt, Martin Zeumer

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2010 [Honorable Mention + Special Award]

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Plus-Energy-House with E-Mobility This was a competition entry for the Federal Ministry of Transport, Building and Urban Development in Germany. The objective was to design a model home  showcasing an energyefficient house that visually demonstrates the home’s ability of providing power for electric cars. It would serve as an exhibition house that allows for a glimpse of the technical challenges and solutions in the near future concerning the connection between living and e-mobility. Siteplan

Third Floor

Longitudinal Section

Second Floor

North Elevation

First Floor

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The design resembles the archetype of a house, while simultaneously integrating the newest technologies. The first floor displays a fully-glazed garage that can be seen as an exhibition window. The space can secondarily be used as a lecture room or hobby room. The private spaces are located on the upper floors.  The east and west facades are mostly glazed, allowing for a well-lit interior. The north and south facades are covered with photovoltaic panels and rainscreens of a similar color, to provide a sleek, integrated look

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West Elevation


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2009/10 [13th Semester]

DIPLOMAWORK with Prof. Wolfgang Lorch

„Laboratory of Zivilisation“

Bibliothek Luftraum, Blickbeziehungen Halle, Ausstellung Foyer, Ausstellung

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Meeting of the Minds A historically prominent spot, the “Mathildenhöhe” in Darmstadt, is the environment for a proposed cultural institution. How does a new design integrate itself into the existing, treasured environment built by the architect, Joseph Maria Olbrich? The void is restored with a simple and materially-sensitive building that connects its surrounding environment, once called the “Artist Colony,” with the currently well-visited Mathildenhöhe.

Second Floor

Like the commune used to be for the artists, this new building is a place for retreat and concentrated work for scholars. Simultaneously, the building provides the possibility for the public to attend different cultural events, so that the whole community, the Mathildenhöhe, will regain international attention through established guests and ambitious events.

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First Floor

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Facade Analysis

Longitudinal Section


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