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LINA BONDARENKO (415)515-3715 | linabond89@gmail.com | 702 Lancaster Ave. Syracuse, NY 13210

Selected Projects


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Film City Center New York Central Curio-City Libra-Tory Green Today, Gone Tomorrow The Continuous Kindergarten Incisa City Center Boutique Hotel Syracuse Iranian Consulate G r a p h i c

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Piazze Comparison The What If Project Teach Me How To Squat Showplace Triangle Occupying Spatial Dimensions in Media Metalsmithing Human Scale Projects

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S y r a c u s e F i l m C e n t e r In order to screen film in vintage reel formats from the building’s archive and digitally enhanced emersive technology films, an interfolded dual theater module was invented as part of this project in order to place the different mechanisms in direct opposition of one another. This module is arrayed twice around the focal outdoor movie screen for which the northernmost apparatus space provides rooftop seating.


T h o r n d e n

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reading working 4200 m ²

USE Childrens 1000 m ² auditoria 775 m ² meeting room 200 m ²

Auditorium

main reception 300 m ²

Meeting Reception Special Collections Bookstore

cafe 200 m ²

reception 100 m ²

special collections 300 m ² s.c. presentation 100 m ² bookstore 100 m ²

research

Read Listen Study Watch Write Work Game Create Code Collaborate Debate Brainstorm Edit Fix Build Create Childrens

Range of Uses Separated Artifacts

Books

INFO Periodicals A /V Databases Internet

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L i b r a - t o r y

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This project was developed in extensive iterations of physical models, diagrams, and argumentative presentations. The studio was set up in an unconventional format with the goal of achieving a visual rhetoric.


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Issue: Libraries today are faced with an identity crisis as their role as storehouse of information becomes undermined by the availability of information at our fingertips. Position: In order to serve the public with an unmatched amenity, it can become the library’s role to provide specific spaces in which to use and apply information, while consolidating its informational resources at condensed efficiency.


Manifestation: The library ceases to be a mere collection of information, and instead becomes a collection of the spaces in which information becomes knowledge. Independent libra-tories stack vertically, leaving open space for discussion on the rooftops which connect the spaces.

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VERTICAL STRUCTURAL ELEMENTT SOLAR AND WATER COLLECTOR

8'-1" 3

FACULTY ROOM

23'-3"

OFFICE

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43'-6" 34'-9" MOTOR SKILLS AREA

23'-5"

5 ADA BATHROOM

8'-1" 6

SHOWER MECHANICAL SPACE CUBBIES

23'-4"

BATHROOM CLASSROOM

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26'-2"

BUILDING PLAN 1/8”=1’ 40'-5"

40'-5"

24'-3" 4'-9"

4'-9"

4'-9"

27'-10"

4'-9"

RUBBER (EPMD) PLAYGROUND SURFACE RUBBER (EPMD)CRITICAL FALL IMPACT LAYER PERMITTER BOARDER - WOOD, CMU OR POURED CONCRETE FINE CRUSHED STONE

3/4” CLEAR STONE 4” PERFORATED PVC DRAIN PIPE

SUB- GRADE

+ 18 ’ 0”

SECTION AA [scale 1/8”=1’]

+ 15 ’ 0”

+ 10’ 0”

+/- 0’ 0” = elev 390’

- 6’ 0”

I t h a c a K i n d e r g a r t e n As an altenative learning space, this design prioritizes the creation of continuous space in which children play, meaning a building with no corners and instensive occupyable porosity in the materials.


C o n t i n u o u s

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As a comprehensive design project, I produced extensive digital models in order to fully detail the wall assemblies. I also worked through diagrams to plan the function of each system with respect to the design.


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ENTRY

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MUSIC

Incisa, Italy, as a town with barren underdeveloped landscape separating its quaint historic village and its newly sprawling residences begs for a dynamic centerpiece which hybridizes the social qualities of a piazza and the pathway qualities of a park. With equal access from both communities, this crossroads is then programmed by a school with public athletic fields.


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Situated in Clinton Square, a central location which once served as a vibrant and dense urban center but is now facing the abandoning effects of sprawl, this boutique hotel reversed the dimensions of density. The hotel’s programmed spaces cling to the volume of hotel rooms in order to flip the skyline upward and condense activity to smallest area of corridor space. 31


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Piazza Annunzata, Florence, Italy


Piazza Pretoria, Sicily, Italy

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what if

Clinton Square were suspended by hot air?

what if project the text your own what if to [315]520-8997 to receive the secret message

Initiated by a formal weekly discussion about the spatial effects of SMS based text messaging, we created a series of provocative images encouraging the public to react to exhisting change and dream up impossible change. The installations culminated in an event during which we screened the responses anonymously in order to begin a conversation about (im)possibility.


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As a guidebook entry for tours of the controveries of various New York City neighborhoods, these pages focus on the pressing existence and inevitable triumph and justice achieved by the squatter communities of the Lower East Side and East Village in the 1970’s-1990’s.


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I contended that in order to establish a parallel architectural typology to society’s current appetite for independent multi-agent action, publicly occupyable spaces must invade new dimensions within the city’s existing volumes.

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News

Raw News

Reporting

Instant headlines

Direct Live stream

Entertainment Interesting

Horizons Changing World

Technology Onlinepresence

EarthTV Live Stream

Archive History

GraphicsBank Graphic archive

Images Photo archive

International Text opinons

DataStream statistics

Headline hierarchy

Events live coverage

Custom Corporate Global Facilities Production Services logistics and research

global Coordination

Secure Distribution

US

WORLD

BUSINESS

MARKETS

TECHNOLOGY

SPORTS

ENTERTAINMENT

HEALTH

LIFESTYLES

SCIENCE

POLITICS

ELECTIONS

OFFBEAT

WEATHER

NEW YORK

SPONTANEITY

The project, entitled “Occupying Spatial Dimensions in Media” proposed a continuous public modular monument to serve as the threshold between the neutral ground of the public Manhattan grid and the vertical surfaces which enclose institutions and developments, thus manifesting itself into a live, physical media façade.

AP MOBILE App content

Social Media facebook, twitter

Planner world events

AP Exchange softeware program

Production APENPS Essential News Pproduction System - hardware

Translation

Multimedia Day in History Public curation Event Permits manifestation of the action as a medium for the message


Occupy ccupy Media: Media:

Separation Separation

Architecture Architectureisisthe theMedium Medium

Invasion Invasion

Occupation Occupation

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V-Space, Belly-up

Worming Intersection, Belly-Up


Vertical 88, Offset Pivot

Introverted Qaurtet, Corner @ Corner

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Wax carved mold, brass cast, bronze wire solder 2.5” x 5” x 0.3” S a l v a d o r

D a l i

E l e p h a n t

“Everything that is unrelated to elephants is irrelevant.”


Plexiglass, Copper, Nickel Silver, Brass 16 out of a set of 80 L i n k e d

F o l i a g e

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W e a r - t h e - W h i t n e y


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EDUCATED Student

2012

Syracuse University, School of Architecture Syracuse, NY Bachelor of Architecture, Dean’s List, 3.7 Design GPA Thesis: Architectural Medium: Occupying Spatial Dimensions in Media International Study - Florence, Italy - Design, culture, travel, sketching Urban Studio - New York NY - Joshua Prince Ramus, Visiting Critic Slivers Prize design competition finalist

Student

2007

Lick - Wilmerding High School San Francisco, CA Swim Team Captain, Dance Choreographer, Metalsmithing Sr Project

Designer

2011

Private Residence Design Commission Sausalito, CA Designed and drafted carport and studio for private residence, currently in permit phase, expected construction summer 2012

Apprentice

2011

Rebar Art and Design Studio Led design projects, collaborated

Intern

2010

PARA - Project Architecture, PC New York, NY Built physical models, Conducted material experiments and research, Collaborated on design of loft garage residence and warehouse office

Researcher

2010

Farming Concrete Research Project New York, NY Conducted social and economic field research in urban gardens

Intern

2009

Rebar Collective: Art, Design, Activism San Francisco, CA Designed Pavement to Parks, Showplace Triangle, built 10/2009

Intern

2009

Zak Architecture Office San Francisco, CA Built 3D Models, edited construction documents, produced climate analysis diagrams and site documentation, presented in client meetings

Planner

2011 2009

International Park(ing) Day: Temporary Park Syracuse, NY Hosted a public annual event to reclaim urban park(ing) spaces

Speaker

2011

Innova(c)tion Incisa Public Design Workshop Incisa, Italy Collaborated with International students on urban renewal design project, represented the group in presentations to city council and mayor

Curator

2010

The What If Project: Spatial conTXTs Syracuse, NY Produced graphic campaign for urban installation, coordinated public event

Founder

2009+

tobECO: Sustainability in Architecture Syracuse, NY Founded architecture organization promoting efficiency, reuse, LEED

Adviser

2009+

Peer Advising & Student Liaison Team Syracuse, NY Led first-year architecture students in orientation, Gave academic guidance

Choreographer

2008+

Orange Pulse Philanthropic Dance Troupe Syracuse, NY Taught weekly dance class, annual performance, executive board chair

EMPLOYED

with

San Francisco, CA clients and consultants

INVOLVED

SKILLED Virtual

Revit, AutoCAD 2d/3d, Rhinoceros, V-Ray render, SketchUp, Adobe CS

Visual

Pen, pencil, wood, museum board, foamcore, blue foam, hot wire, CNC mill, vacuum form, soldering torch, jeweler saw, casting centrifuge, wax, plaster, paper pulp, paintbrush, glass, darkroom, video camera

Verbal

Fluent English. Native Russian. Comprehensive French. Basic Italian. 53


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