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Curriculum Vitae First name(s) / Surname(s) Nationality Date of birth Telephone number(s) Email adress
Ordem dos Arquitectos membership number
Ana Margarida / Gonçalves Amaral
Portuguese March 9th, 1986
0720087417 (Se) / +351 965790880 (Pt) firstname.lastname@example.org 21026 N
PROFESSIONAL experience Sept 2012 / Feb 2013 skills
junior architect @ Belatchew Arkitekter, Stockholm (Sweden) Collaboration on the different stages of several projects - from conceptual design to detail drawing - such as large scale housing projects in Stockholm, office space renovations, housing project renovations, “Rosendal”-large scale housing competition for Uppsala, “Pentagon”-Stockholm temporary pavillions competition and the prequalification stage for the Liljevalchs Konsthall extension competition together with Kengo Kuma & Associates.
May / June 2012 skills
Oct 2011 / April 2012 skills
entry level architect @ BERG|C.F.Møller Architects, Stockholm (Sweden) Participation in the 2nd phase of the SEB Competition: drawing illustrations and building the final model for the presentation.
internship @ THAM&VIDEGÅRD arkitekter, Stockholm (Sweden) Participation in all different parts of the architectural practice: presentation lay-out, architectural drawing, construction details drawing, 3D modelling, physical modelling, image rendering, website updates, handling press info, as well as research and collaboration in competitions.
April / Sept 2011 skills
internship @ Division of Urban Renovation, Municipality of Coimbra (Portugal) Urban design and planning, study of rules and legislation concerning architectural projects.
member of Architects without borders Portugal
Voluntary assistance in architectural design and urban planning to populations of depressed areas, due to natural conditions or economic disadvantage. National and international cooperation.
2009 / 2010 skills
tvaac collaborator Camera and image editing for the tv section of the Academic Association of Coimbra (AAC), University of Coimbra (Portugal)
fluent in Portuguese, English, Spanish, French basic knowledge in Italian, Swedish and Norwegian
COMPUTER skills Architectural drawing, 3D modelation and rendering software: Revit Architecture, AutoCAD, Sketchup Pro, Maxwell basic knowledge also in ArchiCAD, Rhinoceros and GIS (Geographic Information System)
Graphic applications: Adobe Illustrator, Adobe PhotoShop, Adobe InDesign Video applications: Adobe Premiere Office software: Word, Excel, Power-Point, Windows Movie Maker
March / April 2013 July 2012 description
Autodesk Revit Architecture 2013 course Workshop CRITICAL: Lisbon “Speaking with the city, speaking to the city” Talking, writing and publishing critically about architecture, confronting the notion that architects and the public operate in ideologically disparate universes by focusing on their common desire to improve the city. Included in the Critical Distance programme of Lisbon Architecture Triennale 2013 http:// www.criticalworkshop.org/
Ordem dos Arquitectos seminar + exam
Work ethics and regulations, Urban planning, Civil code and copyright, Universal design and accessibility, Sustainability and Energy performance of buildings, Safety rules on the construction site.
Sept2007 / Feb 2011 March 2010 / Feb 2011 description
August 2008 / June 2009
Master’s degree in Architecture @ Department of Architecture, Faculty of Science and Technology, University of Coimbra “The singularity of Light in the Nordic Identity” Master Thesis in Architecture Perception and study of the influence of Light in the Nordic countries culture and architecture.
Erasmus exchange program in Norway @ Faculty of Architecture and Fine Art, NTNU - Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway
2007 / 2008 skills
Sept 2004 / July 2007 September 2004 skills
Member of NUDA/AAC Architecture students Union, University of Coimbra Cooperation in architecture conferences and seminars, architecture fairs and architecture study trips organization.
Bachelor’s degree in Architecture @ Architecture Department, Faculty of Science and Technology, University of Coimbra Analog Photography workshop Analysis of perspectives, film developing process, building a pin-hole camera, ...
COMPETITIONS May 2011
No Rules, Great Spot Competition
Urban rehabilitation of Praça de Lisboa in Porto, as a platform of articulation of different flows between public and private spaces. Recognizing the importance of the urban dynamics in the process of reprogramming the city.
Esta é a minha cidade? collective, Porto (Portugal)
21st PLADUR Iberic Competition “Pilgrim shelter. A stop on the way.”
Design of construction solutions for an intervention of seasonal and temporary shelter for pilgrims, in a particular location on the Camino to Santiago de Compostela.
Yesos Ibéricos, S.A. (Spain)
Reinvent Coimbra Competition, XIII cultural week of the University of Coimbra.
1st prize: “Culture, Leisure and Tourism” category, 1st prize: “Civic, Social and Political Participation of the young” category. New social, cultural and economical ideas to be developed in the city, stimulating the critical capacity of its students.
Associação Académica de Coimbra (AAC), University of Coimbra, Municipality of Coimbra, Caixa Geral de Depósitos, afirma design. (Portugal)
Sept2009/June2010 description organization
Universities Competition: Cova da Moura, Trienal de Arquitectura de Lisboa/Lisbon Architecture Triennale Proposal for the redevelopment of public space and housing in Cova da Moura, establishing connections between Cova da Moura and its surroundings. Lisbon Architecture Triennale and Department of Architecture, Faculty of Science and Technology, University of Coimbra (Portugal)
01.NorraDjurgårdsstaden project location: Stockholm project date: 2012 / 2013
Norra Djurgårdsstaden is a new innovative and sustainable urban district of Stockholm, with a prime location next to Östermalm and its proximity to the water and nature. This area will consist of about 5000 new housings as well as facilities for services and commercial activities that will be built during the coming decade. The project consists of two apartment buildings, Plaza and
Björk, with a total of approx. 100 apartments, designed to fulfill the high environmental standards of this new city area. Norra Djurgårdsstaden, view from the water
Norra Djurgårdsstaden, view from the park
View from the courtyard
At the top of each house there is a common roof terrace, with sitting and cooking areas, sunbeds and planters, creating the possibility for activities that promote the contact between neighbors.
Plaza has a more urban expression with its city-related geometrical facades and located next to the main street. This building has a design that forms a playful and geometrical composition, where the boundaries between different floors and apartments are blurred. Total built area: 7064 m2 Number of apartments: 59 Facade - stone detail
Balconies zoom in
Plaza Northwest facade
Plaza, view from the street
Bjรถrk is located closer to the water and to the newly constructed park, relating to the nature in its colors, materials and design. This dwelling has a distinct natural profile where wood and greenery are dominant elemens. Total built area: 4096 m2 Number of apartments: 36 Bjรถrk, interior views
Balconies zoom in
View from the park
02.Quick Office project location: Globen,
Stockholm project date: February 2013
The Quick Office project is an interior renovation of an existing office space around Globen, in Stockholm. This emerged from 3
the client’s need to optimize the existing space, in order to rent it
The concept for this project grew around the new central core, where all the common areas are located, a meeting point for all the people sharing this co-working space.
MÅLAT MOTIV PÅ VÄGG
New Office Perspective
Section 3 / Reception-Bar SPEGEL
Section 1 / Bar-Reception
MÅLAT MOTIV PÅ VÄGG
22mm MDF / PLYFA
117 3 15
19 20 58
19 20 58
19 20 58
19mm SÅGAD MDF / PLYFA LED TEJP
19mm SÅGAD MDF / PLYFA
Reception desk model LED TEJP
Reception desk construction details
Section 4 / Bar
Section 2 / Reception
03.AUDI Competition project location: Stockholm project date: October 2011
The new Audi Showroom is located along the E4 highway, outside of Stockholm. The building works as a landmark entrance for the city. The fully glazed, double height showrooms allow for the exhibited cars to stand out and to be seen by
ROOF TERRACE / EVENTS
SHOWROOM USED CARS / EVENT SPACE
people passing on the highway. The varied distribution of program functions across the section also create a visually dynamic and changing character seen when in movement from the highway and
SHOWROOM NEW CARS / SALES
SHOWROOM NEW CARS / SALES
DEMONSTRATION & RENTAL CARS
SHOWROOM NEW CARS / SALES R8 HIGHLIGHT
the surroundings. NEW CAR STOCK
Materials and finishes are proposed in line with the Audi architectural program throughout the building.
ENTRANCE / SALES / EXHIBITION / LOUNGE CUSTOMER PARKING
EMPLOYEE & WORKSHOP CUSTOMER PARKING WORKSHOP, BODYSHOP & TECHNICAL
05.SEB Competition project location: Stockholm project date: November 2011
The SEB bank invited TVark to design a proposal for its new Campus in the Antwerpen harbour, in Norra Djurg책rden. The master plan embraces a large area with a new urban park, a green boulevard and the redesign of the harbour. The buildings host offices, housing, restaurants, gyms, Models
shops and the SEB headquarters in the tower. All of them topped by roof gardens and interior gardens in two of the tower levels.
Total building area: 146.500 m2
04.KTH Arkitektur skolan project location: Stockholm project date: ongoing project
The new Architecture school is located in one of the courtyards at KTH campus. The corten steel used in the facade resembles the existing brick buildings and its elliptical shape breaks the rigidity of the surrounding buildings design and creates new flows of movements on the outside.
Glass facade studies
06.Gateau bageriet Gateau Hollviken project location: Malmรถ project date: March 2012
Gateau Centralen project location: Stockholm project date: December 2011
Gateau Limhamn project location: Malmรถ project date: December 2011
Gateau Regementsgatan project location: Malmรถ
project date: November 2011
Gateau bageriet is a brand of bakery boutiques which interior design is created
by TVark. These shops have a strong interior image, traced by the Carrara marble covering its walls and creating a very exquisite room. The marble pieces work like a puzzle in the way they are assembled together, so the detail design is meticulously though trough.
Shop Interior studies
Construction phase photos
07.“No Rules, Great Spot.” Competition project location: Lisboa square, Porto (Portugal) project date: May 2011 project partners: João Jesus
Rui Baltazar Rui Ferreira
The competition No Rules Great Spot. is the denial and resistance to a bureaucratic process that as been devoting Lisboa square to its impersonal relationship with Porto city. It is urgent to rethink the city, together with the key points that define it. On this premise, this new proposal appears susceptible to its surroundings through the dialogue with its monumental neighbors: the Clérigos tower, the University of Porto, the Cordoaria garden and the Relação prison. Its new urban character focuses on the negative space: the square as a mass of magma in formation, celebrating the free usefull space! Thus arises, liquid and influenciable, distancing itself from the its ascetic condition of the formal “European square”. Its program forges links with the city: the open-air auditorium with its background scenery (the Clérigos tower); the extension and improvement of the street network and the bustle from Galerias de Paris artery invading the new square; the gradual transition from the green space nearby; the functional deflection of the tramway and the setup of various leisure facilities. Built area: 5617 m2
08.XXI PLADUR Iberic Competition
“Pilgrim shelter. A stop on the way.” shelter
project location: Santiago de Copostela
project date: May 2011 project partners: João Jesus
M.Margarida Silva For most pilgrims that go to Spain all the routes lead to Santiago de Compostela. Some of those even keep going for another 100km until the cape Finisterra, the most ocidental point in the country, where the land anticipates the sea.
Two predominant uses are identified: contemplative/religious (blue) and practical/functional (yellow).
This is a journey through a mystical and beautiful landscape, with very few stops along the way. This is where the intervention by San Pedro chapel becomes of great importance for pilgrims that go on until “the end of the earth”. In a unique approach, the proposal is centred The proposal stems from a free and organic movement, which circumvents the
in a serpentine element - the wall. With an am-
pre-existing while organizes the central space in a circular motion.
biguous character, it plays with the frailty of the program and the lightness of the structure and the sustainability of the element that evokes. The wall traces the stop on the pilgrim’s way to Finisterra and its design promotes encounters, sharing of experiences, evoking the circles around which stories are told. It’s like a hug that welcomes and invites you to discover the different areas that it generates, opening for the moment of faith in the way: the Chapel. The water moment, the fountain, for its symbolism, marks the main entrance moment in this project.
Generates new areas, endowed with a distinct character among them: the living areas and new shelter and, beside the trees, the area for meditation.
The outdoor lounge area, with benches and parasols in galvanized iron and canvas, is a space designed for the pilgrims to rest when weather is nice. Its shape calls for the interaction between the pilgrims and the benches, loose, allowing groups of travellers to join for leisure. In the meditation area, slots in the wall open up where people can sit, more secluded, and there is a moment for crossing the wall, where pilgrims are allowed to access the trees, a denser and demure area, where the benches spread across the shadows invite to a moment of reflection and individual meditation. The new shelter evokes, with its rectangular shape, the preexisting shelter. Coated with a light translucent canvas, the new shelter has an ethereal character, accentuated by the disposition of the openings. In the centre of each of the four sides a slot of light is opened, illuminating the space and conferring its symbolism. This volume is a covered and enclosed space, shelter for the pilgrims when the weather is bad, but also a meditation and living space. The structure of the old shelter was reconverted in the first aid and hygiene area, a place for foot care, toilets and sinks. In the bathroom there is a system of dry WCs, with sawdust, a simple and environmentally friendly option that prevents the installation of pipelines and water use. A rainwater tank with a filter is used to supply water to clean the lavatories, taking advantage of natural resources and avoiding, again, the need for large conducts.
The proposal results on a structure in which each module presents the same curvature radius and dimension, in order to meet the demands of
Laminated wooden beam (110 X 110mm)
the competition, allowing the Laminated timber pillar (110 X 110mm)
different parts of the structure to be equally modular.
To design the wall it
PLADUR CEM board
was chosen a laminated wood Water repellent sealer paint
pillar and beam structure. This
option presents many advantages for being a green mate-
Angle connector reinforced with galvanized steel
rial, economic, light and easy to transport. It is also versatile, allowing a great variety of different shapes and a quick assembly and disassembly proR7,85
cess of the structure. The whole
structure is coated with plaster boards, specifically designed for the outdoors and more re-
sistent to impact and humidity.
Finally, it is applied a reinforced layer of water repellent paint to
Axonometric detail Modular system
ensure a greater resistance to rain and humidity.
UC University of Coimbra dARQ _ department of Architecture
09. Lisbon Architecture Trienal 2011 “Let’s talk about houses” Universities Competition: Cova da Moura project location: Amadora, Portugal project date: 2009 / 2010 project coordinators: Gonçalo Byrne
What is an “urbanduct”? It is a stripe, a conexion, an urban “drift” in a Stuationalist vision that can transform Cova da Moura neighbourhood in a strategic link of Lisbon’s metropolitan area. The “Kova” inhabitants don’t just need new houses or new equipments, what they need above all is to feel that they are citizens just like the other citizens from the surroundings. The people from “Kova” want their habitat to be integrated in this city and want, like any other “urban being”, to use the equipments and infra-structures around them: more (pluri)functional railway stations, more ecumenic civic centres, more welcoming schools, more inter-classicist day care centres and kindergardens, more polyvalent pavillions and sport centres, parks and gardens more open to the comunity. “Let’s talk about houses”, but facing the city as the biggest one of all.
As a group strategy, we have chosen to establish and develop, throughout the intire school year, 7 physical connexions, 7 urban â€œdriftsâ€?, 7 urbanducts between Kova and its surroundings:
Buraca, Monsanto, Benfica, Falagueira and Reboleira.
Urbanduct #4 Cova da Moura - Monsanto There are two main projects,
Cultural centre social Housing
within the Urbanduct#4: Kova-Monsanto, that mark its extremes: the requalification of a residential front in Cova da Moura neighborhood (West); and its urban conexion to Monsanto Park (East). The proposal is to establish a connexion between Cova da Moura and the Monsanto Park, trough a mainly
Comercial and Residential complex
green “urbanity inductor”, upon wich is extended the environment of that great “urban lung”. This gesture reinterprets the connecting role of the ancient Aque-
Monstanto’s Park new Platform
ducto das Águas Livres, accentuating the metropolitan dimension of Monsanto and its connexion to the green spaces system of Amadora.
Cova da Moura
Urbanduct Cova da Moura - Monsanto At â€œKovaâ€?, the urbanduct draws an urban climb with different stairs, squares e recreational areas, that extend and clarify the existing streets, trying to permeate the dense existing net. That urban re-design is accompanied by the ponctual substitution of the most degraded residential core by a set of new residential modules, of evolutive construction and organized around patios, which enhance the communitary daily life. At the top of this route network, there is an existing square that has been re-organized (Rua Sta. Filomena), in which there is a new multifunctional building - auditorium, music studio, computer room, ateliers - for the Moinho da Juventude Association activities.
Urbanduct Cova da Moura - Monsanto
Following the Aqueduto das
Ă guas Livres towards East, the rest of the urbanduct defines a path between walkways and public gardens reaching the Monsanto Park after crossing the IC19 barrier. That is achieved by a pedestrian bridge that touches a stable platform, defining a new â€œgate-squareâ€? for the Park. The new square is surrounded by a functional set of slopes - restaurant, library, leisure and sports - that opens to different pedestrian and bicycle paths. The square also serves as a stage to a natural auditorium that grows smoothly along the trees. That organic element concludes the urbanduct integrating, at last, the pedestrians in the new natural environment that surrounds them. Floor plan
Indoor sports facility
Library & Book shop
Restaurant & Cafeteria
RELVA TERRA VEGETAL GODO GEOTÊXTIL IMPERMEABILIZAÇÃO BETÃO CELULAR ARGAMASSA / REGULARIZAÇÃO BETÃO ARMADO BETÃO CELULAR BRITA DE GRÃO FINO BRITA DE GRÃO GROSSO GODO GEOTÊXTIL ISOLAMENTO TÉRMICO BETÃO DE LIMPEZA BRITA DE GRÃO FINO FERRO VIDRO ÁGUA
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Projecto para o Parque de Monsanto
escala 1/200, 1/50 e 1/20
Monsantoâ€™s Park new square-gate
NTNU Norwegian University of Science and Technology
10.Urban Design Planning project location: Svolvær, Norway project date: Spring 2009 project coordinator: Sverre Flack The Lofoten Islands are a preserved place known for the power of its Nature, its low population and construction density and its breathtaking landscape. The fishing tradition has a strong presence in Svolvær’s past and present and, therefore, the sea takes a central role in the city life. This gives it its unique character and identity and that is the focus of this proposal. This project draws a pedestrian path that unifies all the coast line. Injecting some strategic points in it, while preserving the traditional existing structures, will bring the two shores closer together, establishing visual and functional relations between them. The gateway of the city is a very special place, it is the entrance for this new room and the first thing that people who arrive by boat will see. If you get off the boat here, passing by the new Hotel, you can stroll down to the Sea Front Promenade and sit on the stairs to the sea, overlooking Svinøya island, a green natural area reconverted into a place for leisure and the arts. Before you cross over the bridge to the other side, you can visit the new Ship Museum, a reconversion from the old boat warehouses. You can relax at Svinøya’s beach and swim in the Natural Swimming Pools. At the very tip we find the Fisherman’s wife landmark, personifying this place full of history and potential for the future. Master Plan
A new image for Svolvær...
Svinøya Apart Hotel
Sea front Promenade
Svinøya Apart Hotel
Natural swimming pools & Spa
NTNU Norwegian University of Science and Technology
11.Urban Design Planning project location: Kristiansand, Norway project date: Spring 2009 project coordinator: Sverre Flack
Kristiansandâ€™s industrial harbour, unlike the rest of the city, is a place that has lost its character. By extending the structure of the
Kuadraturen blocks, from the old city centre into the sea, this project aims to bring the colorful city life from the downtown to the west harbour. This proposal consists of 6 new blocks that follow the existing building lineâ€™s structure and functions. With a street wall facing the main road, innumerous activities are happening on the inside in public, semi-public and private spaces. This proposal provides a new access to the sea as a recreational area and a new meeting place. Designed to give dynamics and movement to the old structure, the park is the green element that crosses from the church square until the water front. All the blocks, in their many
New Water Front image
levels, have different openings to the sea. The relation with the water is strengthened, both physically and visually. housing
Ground floor Plan
public and cultural buildings
commercial and office buildings