ARCHITEC TURE PORTFOLIO 2016 MONIKA FIOŁKA
Monika Paulina Fiołka email@example.com Copenhagen, Denmark: +45 50 39 02 06 24.11.1991 Polish nationality
objective: seeking position as a junior architect/ designer/ constructing architect
education 02/2014 - 11/2015 09/2010 - 02/2014
Master’s degree in Architecture, Lublin University of Technology, Poland.
08/2012 - 07/2013
Bachelor’s degree in Architectural Technology and Construction Management, VIA University College, Horsens, Denmark. /double diploma student/
09/2007 - 05/2010
High School Education, IX LO im. M. Kopernika, Lublin, Poland.
Bachelor’s degree in Architecture and Urban Planning, Lublin University of Technology, Poland.
work experience 07/2016 - present
architect at DOMUS Arkitekter A/S, Kongens Lyngby, Denmark.
09/2015 - 06/2016
architecture intern at DOMUS Arkitekter A/S, Kongens Lyngby, Denmark.
06/2015 - 09/2015
architecture intern at Kożuchowski Architekci, Lublin, Poland.
08/2013 - 09/2013
architecture intern at Odyseja Adam Mazur, Lublin, Poland.
computer skills Adobe InDesign Adobe Illustrator Adobe Photoshop CS6 Audodesk Revit Autocad Archicad
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3DS MAX Maxwell for SketchUp Mental Ray Microsoft Office SketchUp 2016 V-ray for SketchUp
languages english polish danish german french
full professional proficiency native porficiency limited working proficiency /modul 5.1/ limited working proficiency elementary proficiency
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additional skills / activities Cambridge Certificate in Advanced English (CAE) - passed in 2012, Autodesk Certificate in 3DS MAX Design - visualizations, Autodesk Certificate in Autodesk Revit Structure, Certificate in Comumnication in technical english advanced architectural hand - drawing skills /organizing and leading drawing workshops - member of student organisation - Painting and Drawing Associtiation at Lublin University of Technology, Poland/ physical model making ability, driving licence - B category.
hobby piano playing, dancing /dancehall/, grafics, hand-drawing, 3d modelling, interior design.
01 academic work Lublin University of Technology Sailing Center - Yacht Club Interior Design - Winery Recreational Pavilion Lublin Train Station Area
02 professional work DOMUS Arkitekter A/S Lyngby Lokalstation Proposal HumlebĂŚk Syd - Competition Sorgenfri Nordtorv and Sydtorv - Proposal Yough housing Proposal Living in Light - Renovation Project FĂ¸lager - Competition
03 drawings and models
01 academic work
Sailing Center - Yacht Club Bachelor project of Sailing Center located near Zemborzycki Lake in Poland Lublin University of Technology - 2014
The main purpose was to create a Sailing Centre loctated near Zemborzycki lake that would concentrate all the sailors from my province, give an opportunity to organize large sailing events and be a school for young sailors.
One of the main conditions taken into consideration while analyzing were traffic conditions: mostly high pedestrian and bike traffic density. Sourrounding area is also abundant in different types of greenery, which provides the main context.
New arrangement of the plot provides easy boat access with a slope to the marine. Most of the site area is used to create a park for public use.
The form of the building suits to the context of the place and picturesque surrounding environment. It refers to the shape of the boat. Bullâ€™s - eye windows are inspired by marine features.
View towards water
SECOND LEVEL 6 Administration 7 Training rooms 8 Toilets
open to below
open to below
MAIN LEVEL 1 Restaurant & buffet area 2 Kitchen facilities 3 Sailors meeting room 4 Changing rooms & toilets 5 Hangar with sailing boats
5 4 3
The building is combined into two parts: public utility and hangar, both combined into one continuous form. Hangar is designed as double height spacious area.
Winery Interior design project Lublin University of Technology - 2013
The main purpose of the project is to create unusual design of space located in the shopping mall. Shape of the area is a cube with a dimensions of 7mx7mx7m, that has been divided into two floors.
Both floors are combined with a one wavy coherent element made out of pine wood. To archieve the goal of creating a friendly space, the winery is divided into two areas: a customer service and tasting area.
Form which is proposed are undulating wooden elements that continuously create few simple parts of interior desing: stairs, ceiling, bench and shelves. Wooden element perfectly goes with concrete finishes as well as with glass railing.
Vertical wine shelves are seamlessly incorporeted into coherent wooden structure. Only basic white furniture are placed inside the interior of winery.
The design is consitent. Only few simple elements are added to this space: lamps and bottle-shaped figures on the wall.
Imortant role in the project plays the light. Some minimalistic and simple lightning elements are placed behind the bar and between wooden parts of the structure.
Lublin Train Station Area Project of main square in front of train station and a multistorey car park Lublin University of Technology - 2015
main pedestrian traffic
Close neighbourhood of Lublin main train station is distinctly neglected nowadays. Due to strategic aspect of the area it is essential to introduce significant changes in the area adjacent to the train station building.
concrete square intended for cultural events
representational areas excluded from pedestrian traffic
recreational and waiting area
multistorey car park
The purpose of the project is to create a representative and attractive main square which will serve for tourists as well as designing a multistorey car park to improve exsisting traffic conditions in this area.
grey paving tiles
white paving tiles
graphite paving tiles
multistorey car park
tra sh bins
The design of the square is an open composition consistiong of essential urban elements that make the space user-friendly.
It is important to keep the scale of the project that is human and simple due to the dominant train station building behind.
Bamboo elevation follows the form and construction of the building. Vertical elements continuously follow all of the ramps of three storey building.
Sections and elevations
Bamboo elevation mounted on the building changes its distances between the bamboo sticks and between the main structure of the garage on every floor.
Recreational Pavilion Small form pavilion near Bystrzyca River in Lublin, Poland Lublin University of Technology - 2011
The purpose of this project was to create a recreational room/area for small children and their parents. It is located in very picturesque valley.
This small building presents simple design combined of two basic forms, crossing each other in the plan and section.
Smaller â€žboxâ€? contains wardrobe, mini bar and toilets, the bigger one offers few attractions for children such as drawing corner or climbing walls.
Form and material finishes of the building suit to the context. Elevations are made out of wood. Large floor-to-ceiling windows enable reach of the sunlight during the day.
02 professional work
Lyngby Lokalstation Proposal for local station, student housing and residental housing DOMUS Arkitekter A/S - 2016
The neighbourhood of Lyngby local staition remains as a green undeveloped area nowadays. The proposal consists of local station expansion, residential housing, kindergarten and student housing located in the highest â€žtowerâ€? building.
The difference in level heights allowed to preserve existing greenery and create another green recreational areas.
The terrain is sloping which allowed designing underground car park and an entrance to the dormitory from another level. Buildings vary in their heights and rise up one by one according to sun studies, not shading the others.
Common space for neighbours was created above the groundfloor level. It has been connected with green common areas.
Green common area connects Lyngby local station with residental housing using the difference in levels. The shape of kindergarten is incorporated in landscape.
Green common area
HumlebĂŚk Syd Competition of day care and rehabilitation center for elderly people DOMUS Arkitekter A/S - 2016
The vision is to create a house in which there is proximity and presence -regardless of where you live. It is designed as a building in the form of two units where distances are short between the main housing life as well as the activities.
FORPLADSEN OG BYENS PARK
LANDSKABET OG MOTIONSSTIEN
FUGLELIVET I LÃ†HEGNET
The diagrams shows: rooms that provide different options of views, green common courtyards and an overview from the center of the bulding towards flats.
View from south- west
Most of the high rooms situated on the groundfloor and large floor-to-ceiling windows let in the daylight from several sides and provide the view and good connection with the surroundings.
The building is situated on the plateau that separates the landscape from the buildingâ€™s outdoor space. Though, the respect to existing greenery and fields is preserved.
Centre of the building is designed as main staircase, lifts, reception and administration. All of the training facilities are connected to the main courtyards with a direct access to them.
Sorgenfri Nordtorv and Sydtorv Competition of single family housing in Egebjergvang, Ballerup DOMUS Arkitekter A/S - 2015
Project is located near Sorgenfri station area. Proposal is a development of both northern and southern squares palaced in the center of Sorgenfri.
Sorgenfri Nordtov is a proposal for future housing: multistorey building and row-housing, while Sydtorv is a development of service facilities for habitants of Sorgenfi.
Sorgenfri Nordtov is a combination of max. 6 floor high multistorey housing and ten 2-storey row houses. Materials used are in the colours of the ground: light brick, golden aluminium plates and wooden elements.
Proposal for Sorgenfri Sydtorv converts the existing store building with its construction into a new store building in 2 floors facing the field. The fool area consists of approximately 4,300 m2 of shops and about 750 m2 of office and service area.
Sydtorvet - view towards station
Facades and sections
Youth housing Proposal of youth housing at Lundtoftegårdsvej in Lyngby DOMUS Arkitekter A/S - 2016
AKA D OML EMIVEJ AGT IHT. LET
FORPLADS OPHOLD AKTIVITETER SPORT BEGRØNNING 6 ETAGER
Main goal of the proposal is to create a building which is a combination of youth housing for students, as well as smaller housing units for refugees. Groundfloor is designed as open space with common areas with five separate entrances and staicases.
LU N OM DTO F LA GT TEGÅ IHT R . LE DSV TB EJ AN EP R
OJ EK T
RAMPE TIL P-KÆLDER
View from the street
Height of the building differs in each of five parts and it is rising towards the direction of the main street. Difference in levels allowed to create green roof tops.
The vision is to create an open building with semi-transparent facade in which exterior is incorporated with interior. Wooden finishes create a warm and plesant atmosphere for habitants.
Living in Light, Valby Renovation project of existing tenement in Gl. Jernbanevej ,Valby DOMUS Arkitekter A/S - 2016
Gl. Jernbanevej is a development project supported by the Ministry of Housing, focusing on optimization of daylight and indoor climate, including additions and renovation of an multistorey house from 1897.
Facade extension AKTIV FACADE PÅFØRES
View from courtyard
View from the street
The new roof is designed with integrated solar pannels . It covers two newly added floors consisting of two-storey apartments.
Interior in summer
Main extension added to the building is a facade made out of highly insulated energy glass that provides the dwelling with a maximum amount of light during the dark months. The â€žskinâ€? creates additional space for the balconies .
Interior in winter
LIVING IN LIGHT
T US G
BER TEM SEP
OKTO BER The D Diner
R AU R
R BE M
ER EMB DEC
HAVE DET NÆRE FÆLLESSKAB
Living cycle section
DET STORE FÆLLESSKAB
Section shows day light cycle in the house as well as proximity of urban living to natural environment.
Følager Competition for day care and housing for elderly people DOMUS Arkitekter A/S - 2015
Følager consists of 94 flats for elderly people and 25 flats for the blind, visually impaired and deaf-blind. Følager offers also leisure activities for residents including café and production kitchen - as well as for senior citizens of Copenhagen.
Life in FĂ¸lager combines home equity and accessibility. It allows to live a normal life for partially sighted and blind people where they can move safely and are involved into social life.
Materials designed for building construction are concrete, corten steel, corten expanded metal and dark facade panels with distinctive greenery.
03 drawings and models
Drawings and models Selected drawings and models from the period of studies 2009- 2015