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СОДЕРЖАНИЕ

00 РЕЗЮМЕ 01 ИССЛЕДОВАНИЕ / ДИПЛОМНАЯ РАБОТА ФАКТОР ВРЕМЕНИ И АРХИТЕКТУРА СОЦИАЛЬНОГО ЖИЛИЩА 02 МЕЖДУНАРОДНЫЙ КОНКУРС BLOCK CITY A 101 / ФАКТОР ВРЕМЕНИ / 03 ИССЛЕДОВАНИЕ КАК ОСУЩЕСТВЛЯЕТСЯ «ЗАПОЛНЕНИЕ» В КВАРТИРАХ СО СВОБОДНЫМИ ПЛАНИРОВКАМИ 04 УЧЁБА КОММУНАЛЬНОЕ ЖИЛИЩЕ 05 РАБОТА ЖИЛИЩЕ / MINI APARTMENTS 06 РАБОТА РЕКОНСТРУКЦИЯ «СТАЛЬНОГО» ДОМА 07 МЕЖДУНАРОДНЫЙ КОНКУРС «НОВАЯ МОСКВА» VS-КОД В РАЗВИТИЕ БОЛЬШОЙ МОСКВЫ 08 РАБОТА РЕКОНСТРУКЦИЯ СТАДИОНА «ЛОКОМОТИВ» 09 РАБОТА ДОМ В Г.СУРГУТ // MINI/MIDI/MAXI 010 РАБОТА / ГОРОДСКАЯ ИНИЦИАТИВА «АКТИВАЦИЯ» 011 ВОРКШОП / AA VISITING SCHOOL LOCIMAKE / THE WEATHER HOUSE


РЕЗЮМЕ ПЕРСОНАЛЬНАЯ ИНФОРМАЦИЯ Имя/Фамилия НАДЕЖДА КИСЕЛЁВА Национальность: Российская Федерация Дата рождения: 23/11/1986 Контакты: Россия, 162602, Череповец, ул. Карла - Либкхнехта 38-27 e-mail: privetprivetprivet@yandex.ru skype: n.kompotova tel: +79217182203

СФЕРА ДЕЯТЕЛЬНОСТИ Архитектор ОБРАЗОВАНИЕ Квалификация: Архитектор Даты: 01/09/2004 - 25/06/2010 Название учреждения: кафедра «Архитектуры и градостроительства» Вологодский Государственный Технический Университет


ОПЫТ РАБОТЫ Позиция: Архитектор Даты: 01/06/2012 - по настоящее время Род деятельности: Архитектура жилища, интерьеры Наименование учреждения: Ипотечная Строительная Компания «XXI Век» «Северсталь Стальные Решения», Череповец

Позиция: Архитектор-дизайнер Даты: 01/09/2008 - по настоящее время Род деятельности: Интерьеры публичных пространств Наименование учреждения: Фриланс

Позиция: Архитектор Даты: 22/03/2011 - 18/05/2012 Род деятельности: Архитектура жилых и общественных зданий, генпланирование, общественные пространства Наименование учреждения: Проектное Бюро Леховой, Вологда

Позиция: Архитектор-дизайнер Даты: 01/07/2008 01/08/2008 Род деятельности: Индивидуальные жилые дома Наименование учреждения: Архитектурная студия А. Новикова, Санкт - Петербург

Позиция: Преподаватель, внештата Даты: 01/02/2012 - 01/04/2012 10/09/2011 - 10/11/2011 10/09/2010 - 10/11/2010 Род деятельности: Курсовой проект Архитектура жилых зданий 4 курс - Социальное жилище 3 курс - Жилой дом средней этажности Наименование учреждения:

кафедра «Архитектуры и градостроительства» Вологодский Государственный Технический Университет

КОМПЬЮТЕРНЫЕ ПРОГРАММЫ AutoCAD, REVIT Architecture, Corel DRAW, Photoshop, 3dsMAX Microsoft World


ПУБЛИКАЦИИ И НАГРАДЫ 18 International conference on Open Building Implementation «Long Lasting Building in Urban Transformation», Beijin, China, 2012 18 международная конференция по внедрению Открытого Строительства, Пекин, Китай, 2012 Участник. Доклад. Публикация в книге «Долгоживущие здания в трансформациях города» «ФАКТОР ВРЕМЕНИ И АРХИТЕКТУРА СОЦИАЛЬНОГО ЖИЛИЩА»

Международная конференция по архитектуре “Жизнь и смерть социальных факторов”, University Californifornia,Berkeley, CA, USA, 2011. Участник

Международный смотр конкурс лучших дипломных работ по архитектуре, МООСАО, Воронеж, 2010 1 место, грамота Союза Архитекторов России

Международная конференция по архитектуре «Актуальные проблемы архитектуры и дизайна», Екатеринбург, 2010 1 место, публикация в «Архитектон» ВАК http://archvuz.ru/2010_2/5 «КОНЦЕПЦИЯ АДАПТИВНЫХ СТРУКТУР В АРХИТЕКТУРЕ ЖИЛИЩА»

Международный архитектурный конкурс «квартал А101", Мосвка, 2010 Участие в выставке работ на выставке в луизиане, Дания, shortlist.

Международный конкурс по развитию территории «Технопарк» в инновационном центре Сколоково, Мосвка, 2011 Участник.

«Большая Москва» и форум «Архитектура и Природа» (Городская агломирация) участник, презентация АрхМосква 2012, Москва 2012 Участник. Диплом Союза Московских Архитекторов.

Международный воркшоп «LociMAKE», AA visiting school, Dorset, Hook Park, UK, 2012 Участник


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DATE: December, 2012 - nowadays ADVISER: Konstantin Kiyanenko PLACE: Vologda // Amsterdam / Copenhagen / INDEPENDENT EXPERTS: Social Housing, Adaptive structures

RESEARCH / GRADUATE THESIS WORK TIME FACTOR AND ARCHITECTURE OF AFFORDABLE HOUSING

SOCIAL, POLITICAL, ECONOMIC PROCESSES

AIM The study stems from theoretical and practical aspects of adaptive structure design. The goal of this study is to develop a new method for affordable housing and urban residential environment design through the study of adaptable structures. Created method opens up an opportunity to determine new potentials for use of residential space. Taking into account the dynamism and variety of residential living, the method helps to forecast the possible adaptations of dwelling during its lifetime and therefore prolong its service life. Today in Russian architecture qualities of adaptability, flexibility, changeability and transformation are often perceived as a privilege of public buildings and expensive commercial housing. The hypothesis of the research is that they are most needed in affordable housing. This idea stems from the fact that inhabitants of subsidized sector usually have no chances for removal into a new housing unit each time when dynamics of life leads them to a conflict with their current living conditions. The aim of the research is to consider social factors and adaptable spatial structures in scenario planning as an instrument to accommodate time-based transformations into the architecture of affordable housing. The goals of the research also are: analysis of the basic concepts and techniques of 'adaptability', 'adaptive structures' and their close analogs; architectural programming for architectural design of an adaptive living environment and its use in the project of an experimental neighborhood in the city of Vologda.

dynamics of crisis

2000..

TIME CYCLES

MINI

ELASTICITY changes DAY_WEEK_MONTHE

DAY_NIGHT _SEASON _GUEST

DAY_WEEK_MONTHE

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 1 2

DAY_NIGHT

PRIVAT SPACE DREAM

DAYLY_WEEKEND

Major demographic, cultural and economic process and their time cycles are identified and studied as a precondition and ground for adaptation. 'Mini cycle' is a change of events within days, weeks and months. 'Midi cycle' is one to ten years long period (changes in family composition, lifestyle, income and social status etc.). 'Maxi cycle' is a longer than ten years period (changes in building codes, financial and building industry cycles, 'aging' of population, processes of modernization and globalization in society, culture and economics, etc.).

1970..

2000 2010

1970

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REST SUMMER SPACE

USING RESERVES

REST

SEQUENCE changes

MAXI

DECADE 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100

HOUSING <VACANT>

GENERAL SPACES [LIVING ROOM] WATERY SPACES BATHROOM. KITCHEN] WORK [OFFICE. MASTERROOM]

SOCIAL HOUSING COMMERCIAL HOUSING

PEOPLE IN ‘TIME-BASED ARCHITECTURE’

SUBLEASE WINTER SPACE

COMBINATION SPACES

CARDINAL changes NO HOUSING

BEDROOMS BUFFER ZONE [CORRIDOR.STAIRCASES]

In the aspect of stated problem the author considers theoretical and design approaches of Wright, Le Corbusier, Hertzberger, Priemus, Cache, Lynch, Schroeder, and also concepts of two-level development of space of Habraken, Kendall, Brand, Laugier, Semper, Duffy, Leupen, Heijne, van Zwol, be considered. The aim of the research is the consideration of spatial structures as the main source for adaptation in the architecture of affordable housing. The key stages of the research are: 1. a study and review of basic concepts and techniques in the sphere of “adaptability” and “adaptive structures”; 2. architectural programming for adaptive residential environment design; 3. design conceptual project of housing block for experimental neighborhood in the city of Vologda The research methods are: -analysis of social problems and observation of different residential life models; -consideration of the latest theoretical and design approaches in architecture of adaptive housing; -survey and interviewing of residents of several well-known adaptive social housing complexes in Denmark and Netherlands; -application of considered approaches into the affordable housing model development.

REST

SEASON WORK

MIDI

TH

TRANSIT SPACE

OPEN SPACE

HAVE A DINER

METHODOLOGY

In the foreign practice of designing adaptable housing its a long and repeatedly tested thing. The author decided to use this fact to find out how the residents rate the quality of similar houses of adaptability and how it is recently claimed. It was necessary to establish the direction of transformation and to ensure the viability of the concept. To do this, the author conducted interviews with the residents in the complexes of the Netherlands and Denmark, recognized model "Time-based architecture"


PEOPLE IN TIME-BASED ARCHITECTURE

HOUSING DEVELOPERS FREEDOM. 2005. AMSTERDAM. HOLLAND

DIAGOON YOUSING. 1971. DELFT. HOLLAND

HOUSING. KVITSGARD. DENMARK HOUSING FORTRESS ON THE SOUND. 2001. MALMO. SWEDEN

FLEXIBO. 1972. GREVE. DENMARK.

AMERICA PLADS. 1971. COPENHAGEN. DENMARK

GROWTH HOMES. 2002. ALMERE. HOLLAND

HOUSING AUSTRALIA-BOSTON. 2002. AMSTERDAM. HOLLAND

MIXED-USED UNIT BUILDING. 2003. AMSTERDAM. HOLLAND


THE CONCEPTS OF ADAPTABILITY IN RESIDENTIAL ARCHITECTURE OPEN BUILDING

CASCO

OPEN PLAN DIRECTORY

LOFT

GROWTH HOMES

POLYVALENT SPACE


CONCEPTS OF ADAPTIVE STRUCTURE

MARK AN. LAUGIER

PERMANENT

XIIX FRANCE

ПРИМЕР МОДЕЛИРОВАНИЯ АДАПТИВНОЙ АРХИТЕКТУРЫ

LEAVES

GOTTFRIED SEMPER

BRANCHES

CHANGEABLE

SHELL

HEARTH

EARTHWORK

FRANSIC DUFFY

XIX GERMANY ROOFWORK

B. Leupen

SENERY

SERVIECES

STUARD BRAND

1990 ENGLAND COCOON

1990 USA

STRUCTURE

SKIN

SENERY

SERVIECES

STUFF

STRUCTURE

SKIN

SENERY

SERVIECES

ACCESS

EARTH

BERNARD LEUPEN

1 2 3 4 5

THE PROGRAM FOR DESIGN ADAPTIVE RESIDENTIAL ENVIRONMENT

HOLLAND

1 SCENARIO PLANING AND LAYERS 2 PERMANENT STRUCTURE AND CHANGEABLE SPACES 3 INTERFACE AND CONTROL

INTERPOLATION CONCEPTS OF LAYERS TO THE TERRITORY

PUBLIC SPACE INFRASTRUCTURE

ECO

ATRIUM

URBAN SCREEN

ACTIVE

PARKING URBAN FURNITUR

Among basic concepts of “time-based architecture” are 'support and infill', 'open building', 'loft', 'growing house', 'sound housing', 'open plan', 'directing', 'casco', 'polyvalent space' etc. The most prospective one for adaptable architecture of affordable housing seems to be the concept of 'layers' developed by Steward Brand and Bernard Leupen. Using it as a framework the author developed a model of adaptable residential area, where elements of the outdoor living space, ranging from infrastructure to urban furniture, are subject to the logic of 'permanent' vs 'changeable' structures. As opposed to the traditional standpoint, the concept of architectural design of adaptable buildings as a permanent scenario planning of upcoming social and spatial changes has been advanced. For this concept to be realized 'resident architect' living in the project is implied as well as special written 'operation manuals' for residents in order to assist them to use a whole range of strategies for adaptations.


O P E N BUILDING

LOFT

OPEN PLAN DIRECTORY

B. Leupen

B. Leupen

POLYVALENT SPACE

CASCO

GROWTH HOMES

GROWING HOUSE

PERMANENT

CHANGE

B. Leupen

PERMANENT

=

ADAPTATION THROUGH TRANSFORMATION

ADAPTATION THROUGH USING

CHANGE

PERMANENT

B. Leupen

CHANGE SEMIPERMANENT LAYER

ADAPTATION THROUGH TRANSFORMATION OF USING


ADAPTATION THROUGH TRANSFORMATION OF USING ADAPTATION THROUGH USING

OPEN LIVING CELL

POLIVALENCE LIVING CELL FUNCTION STRUCTURE

ENTERENCE

STAIRCASE

KITCHEN

KITCHEN DINNING ROOM

WC

MODUL

ADAPTATION THROUGH TRANSFORMATION

UTILITY ROOM 3300 ACCESS 1800 FUNCTIONAL CORE 2400 INTERNAL ACCESS 1800 POLIVALECE SPACES 3300 BALCONY 1500

WORK

EGO

VACANT

ECO

ACCESS

NORTH

Ground floor plan

NO

RH

T

BEDROOM

NORTH

POLIVALENCE LIVING CELL / GROWS CORE


CONCEPTUAL PROJECT OF AFFORDABLE HOUSING IN EXPERIMENTAL NEIGHBORHOOD [IN THE CITY OF VOLOGDA. RUSSIA]


02 COMPETITION BLOCK CITY A 101 / TIME FACTOR /

The call of the A101 Block City competition to address the issue of standardization in is a rather difficult but very inspiring endeavour.

The exhibition LIVING Frontiers of Architecture in the Louisiana Art Museum near Copenhagen

“The A101 Block City competition, organized for the Masshtab corporation in Moscow, envisioned the creation of a new city of 200.000 inhabitants near Moscow. The masterplan brief demanded that 80% of blocks have standard sizes. An open competition for the design of the blocks was organized. 210 architects from 20 countries took part – 147 projects are shown in this exhibition. They are presented here in the form of a catalogue from which and endless number of different cities can be built by simple replacing blocks with others”. Bart Goldhoorn

The exhibition Block City A101 Moscow city, museum of Architecture

DATE: December, 2010 PROGRAM: Housing, Neighborhood, Block City PLACE: Moscow / Copenhagen / RESULT: Shortlist

The exhibition Block City A101 Moscow city, museum of Architecture

The exhibition Block City A101 Moscow city, museum of Architecture


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For concept of Block City the method of adaptive structure is best solution. Standard of permanent structure provides a lot scenario of using. For this project the results of previous research as design method and plans of cell were used. PROGRAM

ADAPTATION THROUGH TRANSFORMATION

ADAPTATION THROUGH USING

ADAPTATION THROUGH TRANSFORMATION OF USING


7500

7500

7500

7500

7500

7500

7500

7500

7500

office space

office space

dinner room

room kitchen

7500

7500

room

office space

7500

working area

working area

7500

7500

dinner room working room area enterence room

room dinner room

office space

7500

7500

7500

room

7500

bathroom

7500

bathroom

7500

bathroom

7500

bathroom

7500

room

enterence

working area

dinner room

bathroom

7500

7500

office space

GREENroom

kitchen

7500

7500

enterence working area

room

office space

bathroom

7500

7500

living room

office space

enterence

bathroom

7500

ENTERENCE

“VACANCY”

BEDROOM

BEDROOM

KITCHEN BEDROOM

working dinner living area room room

kitchen

bathroom

KITCHEN

kitchen

bathroom

kitchen kitchen bathroom bathroom living living dinner room room dinner room room room room room

ENTERENCE

bathroom kitchen working area

enter kitchen

kitchen

working area working working area area

bathroom enterence

kitchen

kitchen

bathroom

enterence

kitchen

enterence

enterence

kitchen

bathroom kitchen

room

WORKING

“VACANCY”

BEDROOM

“VACANCY”

BEDROOM

BEDROOM

KITCHEN

BEDROOM

KITCHEN

KITCHEN

ENTERENCE

SANITERING

WORKING

“SELFISH”

KITCHEN

ENTERENCE

SANITERING

WORKING

“SELFISH”

KITCHEN

ENTERENCE

ENTERENCE

ENTERENCE “VACANCY”

“VACANCY”

6600 bathroom

bathroom

kitchen

working area

dinner room

WORKING

“VACANCY”

working area

bathroom enterence

bathroom

bathroom kitchen

6600 6600 6600

“SELFISH”

dinner room

working area

WORKING

ENTERENCE

6600

6600

kitchen

WORKING

ENTERENCE

“VACANCY”

bathroom

SANITERING

room kitchen

“SELFISH”

KITCHEN

“SELFISH”

KITCHEN

6600

KITCHEN ENTERENCE ENTERENC TO PARKING FOR 160 CAR ONLY UNDERGRAUND

ENTERENCE

WORKING

room

room

WORKING

KITCHEN

SANITERING

roomdinner

working area

KITCHEN

WORKING

KITCHEN

“SELFISH”

room

working area

6600

KITCHEN

working area

room room

6600

6600

BEDROOM

dinner room

working area

dinner room

FACADE 1

living room

kitchen

bathroom

kitchen

bathroom

kitchen

bathroom

living room

living room

dinner room

room

room room

bathroom

bathroom

kitchen dinner room

bathroom

kitchen

working area

working area

enterence

kitchen

kitchen working area

working area

working area

FACADE 2

WORKING

WORKING

dinner room

“SELFISH”

KITCHEN

“SELFISH”

BEDROOM

enterence

bathroom

kitchen

bathroom kitchen

KITCHEN

room

kitchen

working area

6600

dinner room

roomdinner room

working area

working area

room

kitchen

room working area

room

room

room

6600

bathroom

bathroom enterence

kitchen

working area

room

“VACANCY”

6600

dinner room

working area

6600

6600

room kitchenbathroom

kitchen bathroom

6600 6600

6600

6600

working area

WORKING

6600

dinner working room area

7500

ENTERENC TO PARKING FOR 160 CAR ONLY UNDERGRAUND

7500

7500

7500

7500

working area


FACADE 1

FACADE 2

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03 RESEARCH HOW DOES THE INFILL HAPPEN IN RUSSIAN ‘FREE PLAN’ APARTMENT

AIM

DATE: December, 2012 - nowadays ADVISER: Stephen Kendall (US) PLACE: Moscow PROGRAM: Free plan apartment, Russian housing stock

HYPOTHESIS

WHAT IS OPEN BUILDING ?

SHARE RESPONSIBILITY AND CONTROL BASE BUILDING and FIT-OUT DESIGN DECISION MAKER PARTICIPATION DESIGN IS A PROCESS LEVEL OF INTERVENTION INTERFACE BETWEEN SYSTEM BUILD ENVIRONMENT IS A PRODUCT OF ONGOING, NEVER ENDING PROCESS

SUBJECT - HOUSING WITH FREE PLAN APARTMANT

FREE PLAN IN RUSSIA

TPO RESERVE / arch. V.PLOTKIN

free plan apartment renovation


INFILL SYSTEM

CUBLESTUD

MATRIX TILE

Source: www.infillsystemus.com

Source: www.infillsystemus.com

Source: www.infillsystemus.com

implementation

current

AUSTRALIA-BOSTON

GESPLATEN HENDRIK ARABIANRANTRA

economics

ARABIANRANTRA

development

ZAANDAM - INVERDAN

exploitation

NEXT 21

O P E N BUILDING

MOLENVLIET

METHODOLOGY

SOLID

WORLD EXPERIENCE OF IMPLEMENTATION Open Building


04 STUDY COMMUNITY HOUSING

THE CONCEPT:

The idea was creating a model of COMMUNITY housing unit. With human friendly environment for all types of residence. All types of community was represented in different variety of apartments. Almost all apartments are for rent, with a high level of flexibility and interaction between residence. 1. Bigger apartment - less rental cost. 2. Community studios for common benefit. 3. Deferent variety of transformations. Through all building the line of different PUBLIC SPACES going from the begining of building to the end. All types of public spaces are different.

DATE: February-March, 2009 POSITION: Student PLACE: Department of Architecture and Urban design, VSTU, Vologda PROGRAM: Mixed use, Public space, Urban structure, Community


TYPOLOGY OF APARTMENTS:

1Level of community

2Level of community

3Level of community


05 WORK HOUSING / MINI APARTMENTS

The tendency of high demand for small apartment is arise in Russia last time. The concept of design of this housing was developing units as one and two room apartments. Convenient and semipublic courtyard has good space for rest and children plays.

DATE: Autumn, 2012 POSITION: Architect PLACE: 21 century company, Cherepovets PROGRAM: Small apartment, Mid-rise, Friendly environmental

GROUND FLOUR PLAN:

living area - 3432 sq.m. (including 906 sq.m. - social apartments 26%) commercial area - 1415 sq.m. underground garage - 1610 sq.m. 73 car places (including 7 car places for invalid)

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VOLUME-FUNCTIONAL MODEL

TYPOLOGY OF APARTMENTS:

TYPE TYPE

А

TYPE

Б

TYPE

В

А

MINI LOFT

30,2 sq.m. SOCIAL 30 APERTMANTS

TYPE

Б

1 ROOM APARTMENT

41 sq.m. COMMERCIAL 30 APARTMENT

TYPE

В

2 ROOM APARTMENT

54 sq.m. COMMERCIAL 24 APARTMENT

COMMERCIAL S P A C E S

UNDERGROUND G A R A G E 0

1

3


PLAN OF TYPAL STORE

0 1

3


MAIN FACADE / KARLA-LIBKNEHTA STREET

0 1

6

16

BACK FACADE / KOMMUNISTOV STREET

0 1

6

16


SIDELONG FACADE / DZERZINSKOGO STREET

0 1

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16

SIDELONG FACADE / SOVETSKI STREET

0 1

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16


ISOMENTY. URBAN STRUCTURE


3D


06 WORK

RECONSTRUCTION OF STEEL HOUSE

DATE: 2012 POSITION: Architect PLACE: Severstal Steel Solution, Cherepovets PROGRAM: Reconstruction, Steel Housing, Sustainable design

INITIAL DATA This house was design by Australian architects group Peter Stutchbury Architecture. And realized by Severstal Steel Solution in Cherepovets city. There is particular ‘climate’ to understand new ideas. In Vologda Region is very complexity to do c o n t e m p o r a r y architecture. This house has been reconstractiving by reasons of bad quality of building and local cultural preferences

PeterStutchburyArchitecture

PeterStutchburyArchitecture

LIVING STEEL organized third competition to design steel house and an energy-efficient single-family home in 2008 year. In order to encourage the open sharing of ideas on sustainable design among the competition finalists. More than 1200 expressions of interest, from architects in 75 countries, were received for the third competition based in Cherepovets, Russia. The Selection Committee selected 247 submissions for further evaluation, arriving at a shortlist of 12 competition finalists. The winner of the third competition was Peter Stutchbury Architecture of Australia, whose entry explored the role of steel in the conservation of energy in a cold climate. The building is composed of simple, largely prefabricated elements to optimize available energy and minimize waste. The architects describe their buildings as a 'model of restraint and function' CONCEPT 'Systems have been kept simple – direct and largely passive. The life of the building is interactive with the energy it demands. Maintenance accompanies complexity; the repetition of elements and systems expands upon a knowledge accessibly analysed, therefore system failure can be easily identified. Our building systems are deliberately simple and of low energy demand. Such adesign in already established built environments could be questioned; but if economic, social and environmental issues are effectively embraced and controlled by this proposal then its repetitiowould instill awareness and contribute to the layering of historic references. We initiated the idea that a centralised THERMAL WALL would provide much of the heating requirements. This wall would be made of sheet steel for its 'radiator' qualities and would contain as much as possible the energy based services for the building.' peterstutchburyarchitecture

PeterStutchburyArchitecture


Aiming to save culture of minimalism and clearness architectural spaces we decide to use simple materials. For hide all buildings mistakes and save esthetic of metal we use perforated steel panel and wood for contrast and distinguish steel. This approach was apply in exterior and interior decisions.


INTERIOR DESIGN / PLAN


INTERIOR DESIGN


07 COMPETITION / NEW MOSCOW VS-CODE IN “THE BIG MOSCOW” PROGRAM DEVELOPING

DATE: Spring, 2012 POSITION: Partisipant PLACE: Moscow PROGRAM: Urban development, agglomiration

2. HYPOTHESIS OF DEVELOPMENT NEW TERRITORY

1. KEY ISSUES OF STRATEGY OF DEVELOPMENT ‘NEW MOSCOW’

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1

WHO WILL BE LIVE HERE? WHAT WILL THEY DO?

2

HOW TO DEVELOP THE TERRITORY AND DO NOT DESTROY EXISTING LANDSCAPE?

3

MOSCOW

IN ORDER TO NOT REPEAT THE SAME PROBLEMS OF MOSCOW URBANISM WE SHOULD NOT USE EXISTING PRINCIPLES

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WHAT PRINCIPLES TO BE BASE FOR STRATEGY?

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NEW TERRITORY MUST BE AS LIFT FOR OLD MOSCOW AS NEW STANDARD FOR STRATEGY URBAN DEVELOPMENT

NEW MOSCOW

3. CONCEPT OF OPPOSITION (VERSUS) IN THE ‘BIG MOSCOW’ PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT MOSCOW

MOSCOW

VS

NEW MOSCOW

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URBAN PRINCIPLES OF MOSCOW |COMMERCIAL|, |GLOBALIZATION|, |TRANSPORT AGGRESSION|, |CONSUMPTION|

NEW MOSCOW

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URBAN PRINCIPLES OF NEW MOSCOW |HUMAN DESIGN|, |ECOLOGICAL|, |SUSTAINABILITY|, |IDENTITY|, |CREATION|

PRIORITY FOR NEW PRINCIPLES


4. INTEGRATION VS - CODE TO THE PROGRAM OF DEVELOPMENT ‘NEW MOSCOW’

INITIAL DATA

ATTRIBUTECONSTANTS

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RULES DOMINANT

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VS CODE

CENTER

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PERIPHERALS

CONSUMPTION

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CREATION

INITIAL DATA IN SOCIAL, NATURAL LAND, INDUSTRIAL, CULTURES, HISTORICAL AND OTHER RESOURCES OF TERRITORY

MODERN DESIGN STANDARDS AND BUILDING CODE IN CONTEXT OF SAFETY, ECOLOGICAL, SUSTAINABILITY AND ERGONOMICS

DESIGN

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SELF MANAGEMENT

TRANSPORT

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GLODALIZATION

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PEDESTRIANS

IDENTITY

MONO FUNCTIONALLY

SEGREGATION

CITY

GYBRIDIZATION

INTEGRATION

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VS

VS COUNTRYSIDE

PRINCIPLES OF OPPOSITION CAN BE USE AS DOMINANT CODE IN ‘BIG MOSCOW’ PROGRAM STRATEGY


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KEY OPPOSITION

CENTRALISATION AND URBANIZATION CRESTES A PROBLEMS OF SHRINKING CITIES AND VILLAGES, DEGRADATION OF PERIPHERY

CENTER

CENTER

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PERIPHERIALS

PERIPHERIALS

MONOCENTRIC IS PROVIDE PROBLEMS WITH TRANSPORT ACCESSIBILITY

CENTER

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GENERATION OF NEW CREATIVE COMMUNITY WHO FORMED NEW TYPE OF ACTIVITIES

PERIPHERALS

NEW MOSCOW HAVE NOT TO BE ONE MORE SUBURB OF OLD MOSCOW

TOTAL PLANNING AS FORMING SOLID SYSTEM OF DEVELOPMENT CITY

CREATION NEW CENTERS OF ATTRACTION

AUTONOMY AND SUFFICIENCY

DESIGN

DESIGN

VS

VS

SELF MANAGEMENT

SELF MANAGEMENT

UNADDRESSED DESIGN UNIVERSAL MODEL OF USER OF BUILT ENVIRONMENT

DESIGN

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SUPPORT SYSTEM AS RESOURSE FOR CHANGING SPACES, PROGRAMMING ADAPTIVE STRUCTURES

FLEXIBILITY AS MAIN CONDITION FOR STRATEGY OF DEVELOPMANT

SALF MANAGEMENT

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$

PARTICIPATION DECISION MAKING POWER

DYNAMIC DEMAND OF INHABITANTS AVOGROUP.ORG

AVOGROUP.ORG

AVOGROUP.ORG

CLOSED SYSTEM OF TRANSPORT IN THE CITY /ARTERIAL/

TRANSPORT

TRANSPORT

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VS

PEDESTRIANS

PEDESTRIANS

MAJORITY FOR PRIVATE TRANSPORT

TRASPORT

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PLANNING FRAMEWORK SCATTERED TRAFFIC CAPILLARY SYSTEM

CREATION SYSTEMS OF CORRIDORS FOR MOVING, AND FOR DIFFERENT MODES OF TRANSPORT

PEDESTRIANS

AGGRESSIVE ENVIRONMENT IN RELATION TO PEDISTRIANS AND ALTERNATIVE TRANSPORT

PRIORITY OF PEDESTRIANS! ALTERNATIVE AND PUBLIC TRANSPORT

AVOGROUP.ORG

AVOGROUP.ORG

EXTENSIVE GLOBALIZATION DEVELOPMENT AREAS VS WITHOUT REGARD TO LOCAL IDENTITY LIFESTYLE

AVOGROUP.ORG

GLOBALIZATION

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UNIQUE BUILD ENVIRONMENTAL

IDENTITY

IRREGULARLY ORGANIZATION OF OPPORTUNITIES IN BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT GLOBALIZATION

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DEFINITION SYMBOLS OF PLACES

IDENTITY

AVOGROUP.ORG

CONVERSION AND DEVELOPMENT OF CULTURAL AND HISTORICAL CONTEXT

THREAT TO CONSERVATION OF CULTURAL HISTORICAL CONTEXT AVOGROUP.ORG

AVOGROUP.ORG


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KEY OPPOSITION

ARCHITECTURE AS INSTRUMENT FOR EXCESS PROFIT

CONSUMPTION

INVESTMENT FUNDS FOR RESALE AND RENT

$

CONSUMPTION

VS

VS

CREATION

CREATION

CONSUMPTION

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INCREASE COMPETITION OF THE CITY BY PRODUCTION NEW KNOWLEDGE AND CULTURE

CREATION

FALSELY INCREASE OF DEMAND ON THE MARKET REAL ESTATE

MONO-FUNCTIONALLY PLANNING PROVIDES TO COMMUTING MIGRATION

MONOFUNCTIONALLY

MONOFUNCIONALLY

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VS

$

GIBRIDIZATION

GYBRIDIZATION

CYCLICITY OF EXTINCTION OF ACTIVITY IN THE CENTR AND PERIPHERALS IN THE CITY

MONOFUNCTIONALLY

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GYBRIDIZATION

$

SEGREGATION

SEGREGATION

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VS

INTEGRATION

INTEGRATION

MONOSOCIAL SYSTEM OF SETTLEMENT

SEGREGATION

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CONVERSION INDUSTRY SPACES TO CULTURAL AND EDUCATIONAL CENTERS

“OPEN BORDRES” OF COMMUNICATION

MULTISOCIAL SYSTEM OF SETTLEMENT

INTEGRATION

NEW PUBLIC SPACES FOR COMMUNICATION

ATETENUATION OF SOCIAL RELATIONSHIP AND PRIORITY OF WEB NETWORK AVOGROUP.ORG

AVOGROUP.ORG

TENDENCY OF HIGHT DENSITY BUILDING OF THE CITY AND DESTRUCTION OF ECOLOGICAL CONTEXT

AVOGROUP.ORG

CITY

CITY

VS

VS

COUNTRYSIDE

COUNRYSIDE

SHORTAGE OF ECOLOGICAL NATURAL SPACES

CITY

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SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT RECOVERY, REUSE OF NATURAL RESOURCES

CITY AND RURAL LIFESTYLE

COUNTRYSIDE

INHABITANTS OF THE CITY ESCAPE TO COUNTRY PLACE FOR THE WEEKEND

AVOGROUP.ORG

NEW CONCEPT OF SPACES FOR WORKING [COWORKING]

MIXED-USED: SHOPS, OFFICES, MUSEUMS, HOUSING

MONOTONY OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROVIDES TO CRIMINALITY

“CLOSED BORDERS” OF COMMUNICATION

ЧЕЛОВЕКОРИЕНТИРОВАННОЕ ПРОЕКТИРОВАНИЕ

AVOGROUP.ORG

STRATEGY IN ORDER TO SAVE AND COMPENSATION OF NATURAL RESOURCES INTEGRATION GREEN SPACES TO ALL LEVEL ARCHITECTURAL ENVIRONMENTAL

AVOGROUP.ORG


08 WORK

RECONSTRUCTIVE OF STADIUM ‘LOСOMOTIVE’

MASTERPLAN OF ‘LOCOMOTIVE’ TERRITORY

DATE: Summer, 2011 POSITION: Architect PLACE: Design office by Lehova, Vologda PROGRAM: Sport complex, shooting range

Abandoned stadium Lokomotiv in Vologda city would be as one of main sport complex in North-West region. I developed masterplan, closed shooting range for distance 100 m, track for speed skaters, tribune for 1500 places, locker rooms for 200 sportsmens. The design was from sketchers to detail drawings.


SHOOTING RANGE / PLAN OF 1ST FLOUR

SHOOTING RANGE / PLAN OF 2ST FLOUR

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5

10

15


TRIBUNE FOR 1500 PLACES / LOCKER ROOMS FOR 200 PEOPLES


09 WORK

HOUSES FOR SURGUT CITY // MINI/MIDI/MAXI

DATE: Summer, 2008 POSITION: Architect PLACE: Design office by Alexei Novikov, Saint Peterburg PROGRAM: House, Traditional Russian and modern styles

MASTERPLAN OF NEW NEIGHBORHOOD Design houses for Surgut city (North of Russia). There are three type of house: mini, midi and maxi, separated by size. The concept of exterior design is develop house as compound contemporary style and traditional Russian house with national wood drawing, related to north Russian real estate.

MAXI - 252 SQ.M.

MIDI - 236.5 SQ.M.

MINI - 225 SQ.M.


MINI - 225 SQ.M.


MIDI - 236.5 SQ.M.


MAXI - 252 SQ.M.


10 WORKSHOP / AA VISITING SCHOOL

LOCIMAKE / THE WEATHER HOUSE

DATE: September, 2012 PROGRAMME DIRECTOR: L. Olsen, P. Southall, J. Tory, G. Mallinson PLACE: Hook Park, Dorset, UK PROGRAM: Steam-bend, Timber, Flexible, Frame work

Foto: Miguel Falci


010 WORK / WORKSHOP ACTIVATION

MAXI - 252 SQ.M. MISSION Vologda is traditional small Russian town. There are a lot churches, old wooden houses, but public spaces is not comfortable. Urban environment is degraded, tiresome, boring and no place for activities. I am and my friends-architects come together and decide to do experimental social project for Vologda urban environment. We start from organizing workshop and did research of urban place with students, then chosen 5 public spaces and made projects. Funding for realize all public spaces was from commercial donations. We found financial by self. Many citizens help us to constrictive. This project became proud for the city and get Russian and international honors. Citizens thank us and use these public spaces for urban activities.

DATE: November - June, 2012 POSITION: Architect - Expert - Assitant PLACE: Vologda PROGRAM: Urban, Public Space, Social project, Workshop


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