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Portfolio Anastasiia Stryzhevska

Selected works 2011-2013


via Filippo Corridoni 22, 20122 Milan (Italy) M: +39 320 530 8490 E: strizhevskaya@gmail.com

Education and training September 2011 - December 2013

Alta Scuola Politecnica School of exellence. Multidisciplinary cooperation among 150 best students selected from Politecnico di Milano and Poltectico di Torino.

Born: 09 October 1989 Nationality: Ukrainian Gender: Female

September 2011 - December 2013

Politecnico di Milano Master of Science in Architecture

September 2006 - Janyary 2011

Kyiv National University of Construction and Architecture Bachelor of Architecture Architecture and IT

September 1996 - May 2006

Specialized school #130 In-depth study of English and Italian Honours diploma

September 2001 - May 2005

State Art School #9 Honours diploma

Other educational acticvities CANacrions 2013 Kyiv Workshop

One of 12 young Ukrainian architects selected to participate in the most prestigious architectural youth event in Ukraine.

Bologna Smart City Exhibition 2012

Presentation to potential investors of the project developed in Alta Scuola Politecnica

RKM Workshop, Kyiv

Developing of a project on constructivism heritage within the workshop organized by University of Rome La Sapienza and Moscow Institute of Municipal Economy and Construction


Work experience May 2013 - July 2013

Intern at Salottobuono Collaboration to proposal for Europan12 Kalmar Participation in development of the progect of expansion of Masi winery in Valgatara. New building for the storage and bottling

May 2011 - August 2011

Architect at Intercom-Kyiv Design and construction of spa complexes

April 2011 – November 2009

Free-lance architect Projects: Albums of executive drawings for two pubs in Kyiv; Participation in the designing of a hotel built for Euro 2012 in Kyiv; Interior designs for three advertisement agencies: OSDirect, Mamay Agency, Ginger

Personal skills and competences Languages

Italian (Fluent), English (Fluent), Chinese Mandarin (Basic), Russian (Mother tongue), Ukrainian (Mother tongue)

Computer skills:

ArchiCAD, AutoCAD, 3dsMax, Mental Ray, V-Ray, Sketch-Up, Rhinoceros 3D, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe InDesign, Microsoft Office

Interests:

Music, History of Arts, Fundamentals of Computer Science


INDEX Residence for students......................04 Redesign exercise - Church...............10 Museum ............................................12 Sport center ......................................18 Residence and research center..........24 CANactions workshop.......................30 Play Plane Park .................................32 Europan 12........................................36 NCCA................................................42 Productive urban landscape ..............48


Student residence

Janyary 2011

Part of the campus of Vinnitsa National Pedagogical Institute, Ukraine. Contains dormitories for students and additional facilities such as study rooms, gym, laundry service, cafeteria etc. The building is provided with a large stair-step public space in between it’s three main volumes. For a student residence this meeting space is more a necessity than an additional feature.

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Redesign exercise Angelo Mangiarotti’s Church in Baranzate April 2012

This small church is located in the suburban area of Milan. Angelo Mangiarotti had to deal with an untypical for a church orientation of the site. As the consequence building is not oriented at the East to let the first sun rays to enter it from the altar window. Light here arrives literally from all the four sides as the glass façade contains semi–translucent thermal isolation layer. Roof composed from unique x-shaped concrete slabs that are being laid on six beams transfer their weight on the ground through only four columns. It seems to be floating over the pavilion. A task was given to propose a change without any limitation conditions. As the building no more looks like it used to due to the maintenance conditions and short life of semitranslucent isolation material façade will be the object of transformation. I considered maintaining “the floating” impression to be of utmost importance. Three rows of shading elements made of semi-translucent colored glass are placed in the upper level to create the variegated shadow only where it is needed. 10


Before intervention

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Porta Volta Museum of Contemporary Art

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June 2012

Site given for the project has a long history – it had been known for centuries as bastions of Porta Volta. There are almost no physical evidences left of it. It is meaningless to reconstruct the forms of the past, and at the same time irresponsibly to behave like nothing existed here before. What seemed appealing to me was the solid volume of an earthwork - ‘a bastion’. The proposal you see contains three volumes – ‘bastion’, ‘wall’ and ‘gate’. Semi-underground space inside the ‘bastion’ will host the permanent museum collection and storage spaces. ‘Wall’ is for the temporary exhibitions. And, finally, ‘gate’ contains all the additional services provided by this museum.

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Gardanella village strategy of renovation for a sport center

PLANNED INTERVENTIONS

January 2013

In collaboration with: Caterina Failla Francesca Giannini Tanja Haramincic

A task was given to make a complex analysis of a current state of the sport center located in Peschiera Borromeo, MI. After the on-site inspection, meetings with the owner, market analysis and investigation on energy efficiency of constructions an integrated solution was proposed. Intervention strategy has three main directions: more intensive use of the space around the lake, reconstruction and requalification of an existing building in decay and construction of a new building – the velodrome. 18

FIRST PHASE > REVALUATE THE EXISTING

SECOND PHASE > RE-USE THE EXISTING

THIRD PHASE > CREATE NEW SPACES

The first phase will focus the attention on the existing. The goal is to ameliorate the system of the external spaces, focusing on the landscape and on the communitarian spaces all around the buildings and the lake. The second phase of this step will be to improve the already existing others with new combination of sport and wellness activities to encourage users to perform in the Gardanella Village, activities that could not be done in the city. Simultaneously interventions of refurbishment are applied on the buildings requiring it.

The second phase is also focusing on the existing buildings. These, already refurbished and ameliorated according to the actual standards in the first phase, are going to be endowed with other functions compared to its former one. In this way, without a waste of money and soil, new activities are taking place removing the practices no longer used. In particular the former sport palace, which almost unused for sport practices, is going to be adapted to host a different activity related to the goal of “branding the Village”.

The last phase is dealing with the creation of new spaces and building that will complete the way traced in the previous steps. The establishment of a new building will be the final point of the revaluation of the Gardanella Village, in terms of spaces and activities. The new building will host very specific activities that couldn’t t in any other existing space but require a technical and precise planning. The activities proposed are inserting in the general scheme of connote and brand the Village.

SETS OF ACTIVITIES

NEW CLIMBING GYM IN THE SPORT PALACE

NEW VELODROME + REHABILITATION CENTRE


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Longitudinal section

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The concrete structure built in 70s is now used only partially and not by its main purpose - basketball field. After the analysis of demands of the market a new kind of sport - indoor climbing was proposed. together with the requalification reconstruction of the building will be done to correspond contemporary energy efficiency standards.

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technical room physical therapy room healthcare centre

doctor's consultation/ examination room

ECG examination

entrance to the velodrome

staff room/ dressing room

dressing rooms

dressing rooms

entrance to the velodrome

exercise room

bycicle storage

bycicle storage

ultrasound examination

blood sample room

reception

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Section details


The most innovative proposal of the project is the new building of the velodrome. It is supposed to host two not related functions – the velodrome itself and the rehabilitation center for elderly people. As long as these two functions do not interact they can share the same building. Both velodrome and climbing gym use geothermal and solar power to fulfill heating and cooling demand of the structure. The economical sustainability calculations result in return of the investments made in new structures within four years. Transversal section

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Cascina Rosa residence and research center February 2013

Since Cascina Rosa has for the first time appeared in the Lombardo-Veneto cadastre it has lost at first all its lands and, afterwards, – inhabitants. Now the remains of the building are trapped in the grid of Milan streets like an insect in the jade.

Total area provided by program – 3700 m² - is divided in two levels, creating two different landscapes. On the ground levels all the functions that tend to be connected to the street level and constant human traffic are situated –offices, event space, restaurant, bookshop, classes, library, laboratory and conference room. On the upper level completely different landscape is created. Separated volumes are united with a single terrace in an attempt to create a non-urban environment. Masterplan 24


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Project site is a western courtyard with all the ruins that surround it. The eastern courtyard is reconstructed and used by the department of National Cancer Research Institute. The project program is aimed to enrich the range of services provided by the research center and enhance its productivity

Since the ruins are in irremediable state the decision to demolish them was taken. Courtyard form of the new building is intended to preserve the memory about what this place used to be and an orchard inside will refer to times when agricultural activities were carried here.

Different functions on the ground level are placed inside suitable volumes. Passages in between guarantee equal accessibility to all of them. Square in front of the complex is aimed to host a weekly market.

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Flats 1100 m²

Public 2040 m²

Rooms 500 m²

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Event space 420 m² Offices 350 m² Library 350 m²

Residential 1660 m²

Kindergarten 350 m² Classes 240m² Restaurant 190 m² Kitchen classes 60 m² Bookshop 50 m² Laboratory 50 m² Conference room 40 m²

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Restaurant Office Office

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Kitchen classes residence

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CANactions2013 Clear city Ideas for Kyiv Workshop April 2013

Coordinator: Levente Polyåk (Wonderland) Tutor: Jason Hilgefort (MAXWAN) Team: Dimitris Anagnostopoulos, Ivan Grekov, Olga Isaenko, Iana Korolova, Arsenii Kuznetsov, Anastasiia Stryzhevska The main problem of all the public spaces in Kyiv is that they are under risk of being cancelled in the favor of new buildings. It happens because unused spaces generate low human traffic and no income. The solution proposed, as a result of this workshop, is a sort of catalogue of interventions proposed to the city, demonstrating how to enhance the efficiency of use of public spaces. Strategy of direct punctual intervention was chosen, proposing the space hosting the program possibly attractive to our potential stakeholders – inhabitants if the nearest quarter. We believe that popular spaces attract even more visitors and investments. 30


Museum plaza Bars district

Metro entrance/exit

Open classrooms Re-colonized courtyards New programs for old buildings BRIDGE

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Play Plane Park Vicenza July 2013

In collaboration with: Ani Zakaryan

Site we were dealing with is an ex-military airport. Half of its territory is occupied by a NATO military base. Another half is in the property of municipality and is planned to become a public park. This proposal treats the site as a ready landscape. We enhance the existing condition of layering and fragmentation by proposing a set of artifacts. We introduce four new programs to the site. The majority of objects introduced are made of parts of dismissed airplanes. We propose to citizens of Vicenza to play with their past while looking forward to meet the future.

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Axonometry of the site


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Europan 12 Sweden, Kalmar July 2013

Team: Ludovico Centis Fabio Gigone Angela Gigliotti Martina Tolotti Anastasiia Stryzhevska Maya Zheliazkova

Out of time At a first impression, Kalmar seems to be out of time. Out of our contemporary European time, a time of economic crisis and population aging, of shrinking regions and uncertain future. This area looks at the future with the same optimism of the central decades of the economic boom of XX century: an idyllic county to grow up, live and get old in, located in a favorable climatic zone, with the maximum sun hours in Sweden, immersed in a spectacular landscape. When you look at it carefully, you understand that Kalmar is instead completely permeated by the spirit of our times. There is an aware optimism, that takes into account social and ecological values such as openness and curiosity, accessibility and diversity, and recognizes education as the main driving force for its development, attracting highly-skilled population to the region. Wild Horses The project has no ambition to address theoretical formulations and methodological elaborations. On the other hand, the project recalls an anti-heroic tradition deeply rooted in Scandinavian design, its aura of sociological romanticism, the poetic dimension of its architecture. The road network integrates landscape and topography with a relaxed practicality, mediating functional issues and psychological distances. Three “necklaces” of buildings insist on three main green courtyards, each with its own character, each of them safe for children to play and adults to relax. They are carefully located, excluding the areas that will be probably underwater in the future and those which have very unstable ground, while preserving the uniqueness of the landscape punctuated by forests, pasturelands and beach meadows. There’s a certain understatement in the building themselves, which hide a great variety of layout typologies and potential scenarios for daily coexistence behind a rigorous colored ceramic

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facade. The necklaces of buildings find themselves between two complementary landscapes: the abstract central inner community courtyards, the outer savage forest. This arrangement makes of each neighborhood a homogeneous and unified environment, defined by a complex of certain buildings, which together maintain at the same time a clear autonomy and singularity. In opposition to the openness of the green areas, the intimate space between the buildings its clearly urban in its qualities, and free from cars (except the disabled parkings), that will be located in specific parkings next to the forest. In each necklace a courtyard building will provide multistory parking and space for commercial and tertiary activities. The European highway n.22 will be reduced in its width and converted in a urban promenade, on which speed limit will be reduced. Along the reclassified road will be located the main educational and sport buildings, as well as generic linear facilities designed to interact with different modes of traffic. A web of bicycle and pedestrian pathways link the new intervention with the existing mobility system, increasing public transport and making the coastal landscape accessible through a soft mobility, adding new routes also for harness race and horse-rearing. While today here we find either children or adults in their 30’s and 40’s, the great variety of housing types will encourage a richer diversity of the inhabitants, while the kids themselves will grow. Wild horses, they’ll ride them some day.


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Ceramic tile 0.01mm Air cavity 0.03 mm MDF 0.012 mm Mineral wool 0.14mm OSB 0.012 mm Total width 204 mm

Total floor height 3,2 m

Heat transfer coefficient precalculations: Material

Heat conduction Heat resistance coefficient [W/mK] [m²K/W]

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NCCA

Moscow, Russian Federation September 2013 ARGOT ou La Maison Mobile ARCHITECTURE Luca Astorri Riccardo Balzarotti Hiroyuki Kakiuchi Rossella Locatelli Filippo Minora Nicolò Ornaghi Matteo Poli Anastasiia Stryzhevska ENGINEERING Fabrizio Aimar Davide Cascio

LOW VISIBILITY - SMALL IMPACT Typological short circuit: shopping mall There is no other country as Russia, where the weight of spectacular structures overwhelms anyhubarchitecbrute mass confronted with cultural lightnessidentity and elevationas in Russia: with tural ambition.There is no other country where open space generates national

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the 11.5% of the world surface, landscape is part of national aura. For NCCA we propose an ambitious building, combining a striking structural vision with a large open field for art experimentation: no other contemporary art museum in the world has such a stringent relationship Enhance with landscape and climate. visibility

Site area: 15 ha building 1050000 mc

Literally founded on empty space, The Museum will be a collection of extraordinary voids from the best Visibility museums of the world: the piranesian space of John Soane, the 180°reversed cone of Wright’s Guggenheim, Relationsome. with the quietness of the Kahn’s Kimbell and the revolutionariness of Koolhaas’s Kunsthal, to quote Site area: 1,7 ha Khodynskoe Pole The large open field for public art is a solid matrix filled with contemporary experiments: a columned hall Building 140.000mc offers an unique scenario, strictly connected with the former airport runaways, with the shopping mall and with the new park. Visibility 360° The floors, starting at 42 meters above ground, are designed to optimize museum’s function. A large colLOW VISIBILITY - SMALL IMPACT lection repository on the first floor, visible andshort part ofshopping the NCCA aura, will beBE crossed A REFERENCE! by visitors accessing Typological circuit: mall elevated building have a higher urban brute mass confronted with cultural hub the social events area (restaurant and cafè) while the other floors have strong visual connections and an impact, dominating the 60.1 ha of the lightness and elevation optimized circulation system. The permanent collection can both be accessed Khodynskoedirectly Pole Park from the ground floor or via escalators, while the temporary collection on the last floor potentially can expand on the roof, its rooms are interconnected with all the museum’s functions.

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Enhance visibility

Site area: 15 ha building 1050000 mc

Visibility 180°

Site area: 1,7 ha Building 140.000mc

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Enhance visibility Dan Flavin, An artificial barrier of

Pontus Hultén, Paris-New York

Richard Serra, Berlin Block (for

Joseph Beuys, Plight

Jeff Koons, Puppy

Richard Serra, The Matter of Time

Anselm Kiefer, the Seven Heavenly

Loris Gréaud, Gunpowder Forest Bubble

Joana Vasconcelos, Contamination

Anish Kapoor, Leviathan

Christian Boltanski, No Man’s Land

Daniel Buren, Excentrique(s), travail in

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GENERALLYACCESSIBLE ACCESSIBLE ADJACENT ADJACENT TERRITORY GENERALLY TERRITORY lecture hall 2 2lecture hall 24

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Productive urban landscape. Reorganization of dismissed industrial territories in Kyiv December 2013

As it is generally known there is a long lasting economic trend of removal of the production of goods and its substitution with the production of services in urban environment. Migration from rural to urban environments in search of employment and better life quality is not new a phenomenon, but its recent acceleration created a very particular economical and social condition. Employment and meeting of needs of urban population is a question of a highest priority as now the majority of Earth population live in urban areas. Technology development requires increasing level of education and lower number of employees involved in production. The main opportunity to have a job with an overall reduction of jobs market is to create one. Modern high-tech production does not allow a single person to purchase his own means of production. The following design proposal is an attempt to recreate balance between production and consumption on the scale of an urban block. It is an exemplary project which may generate an effective synergic community which will produce goods and knowledge about their production. The aim was to design an architectural volume containing a program that is simple and down-to-earth. Literally down to earth, because the primary mean of production proposed is a traditionally rural landscape that is relocated in urban environment. Site chosen is a historically established industrial zone on the periphery of one of the oldest districts in Kiev. In more that there hundred years of its history it has been a ceramic tile factory, a brewery and a factory producing malt extracts. The last enterprise located here moved out in 2006. 48


Fragment of the reconstruction plan of Kyiv in X century A.D. made in 1868 by N.V. Zakrevsky

Fragment of a plan made in 1803 by architect Andriy Melensky. It shows the layout of streets before the fire in 1811.

Fragment of a plan made in 1812. It shows the everlapping of the new and old street grids.

Puplic transport grid Public infrastructure grid

Fragment of a plan made in 1842. It shows the district after the reconstruction

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Fragment of a plan of the estate made in 1911

2013 masterplan scheme


- Greenhouse - Hostel - Residence - Office - Co-working kitchen - Parking - Restaurant - Workshop - Retail - Co-working office

Demolition scheme

New program

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Program

Accessibility rates

Functions

Restaurant

Open

Retail Orchard

Hostel

Workshops

Co-working kitchen Open with restrictions Generic offices Co-working offices Extensive agriculture Workshops Restaurant Retail Private

Services Intensive agriculture

Residence

Parking

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Premises

Users

Main hall (90 people) Secondary hall (50 people) Foyer Facilities for visitors Hall Orchard

White collars

Dormitories Hall Kitchen Facilities Tailoring shop Carpenter's workshop Ceramics production Jewelry production Natural cosmetics production Company 1 Company 2 Company 3

Blue collars

Residents

Office Office Vegetable garden Ready production storage Raw materials storage

Visitors

Kitchen, storage, facilities for employees Storage Facilities

Vehicles

Greenhouse 1 bedroom flat 2 bedroom flat 3 bedroom flat Townhouses Parking

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When selecting which productive function had to be assigned to the landscape agriculture was chosen as the most suitable for the size of the plot. Having selected the landscape that produces food I had to decide who will operate it. There is one enterprise that works on the landscape and profit of both its tangible production – the food and intangible – the image of owner of such an infrastructure. There is a restaurant and a retail that belong to the same enterprise. Other group of productive premises is the one of co-working kitchens. They are the professionally equipped kitchens available for rent for the small local food producers. There are artisan workshops for manufacture-like production. And a co-working office space with places preferably assigned to the entrepreneurs who work in the adjacent branch of industries. There is a whole other group of elements in this program. There are the generic offices and the residences. They do not work on the landscape of participate in production. They simply enjoy the presence in such an environment. Start

The most attractive function – the landscape which is a huge vegetable garden works also as an urban park, because it is open to external visitors. They can’t touch it but can look at it as much as they want. Besides the vegetable garden there is another attractor. There was an old chimney on the site which in this proposal is converted to an observation tower. Due to the topographical conditions of the surrounding it offers a unique view on the cityscape. Agriculture is present on the site both in extensive and intensive forms. For intensive I intend the greenhouses. I will later explain why their presence is necessary. All the elements of the program won’t be implemented at one time. The first one to start working will be the landscape as the key element of the whole program. It will be followed by other objects of the same enterprise – restaurant and retail. Than to attract the attention of potential tenants and buyers the thematic events – such as Sunday market will be organized. Other spaces will start to function gradually as their users will be found.

Ultimate capacity

Masterplan 1. Bicycle repair shop

Landscape Restarant & retail

2. Atelier 3. Retail 4. Restaurant

Sunday market / artisan workshops Co-working kitchen Co-working office Office Residence & hostel

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5. Chimney converted into a viewpoint 6. Townhouses 7. Vegetable garden service rooms 8. Generic office 9. Benches 10. Observation deck 11. Parterre


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-2 floor

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-1 floor


1floor

2 floor

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Planting scheme

40 cm 12 cm

Beetroot

approx. 630 kg ann. 50 cm

40 cm

Eggplant

approx. 450 kg ann.

60 cm

50 cm

Bell pepper

approx. 840 kg ann. 25 cm 10 cm

Onion

approx. 280 kg ann. 60 cm

35 cm

Broccoli

approx. 830 kg ann. 80 cm

30 cm

Potato

approx. 590 kg ann. 45 cm

25 cm

Cabbage

approx. 490 kg ann. 10 cm 5 cm

Radish

approx. 410 kg ann. 20 cm 4 cm

Carrot

approx. 1200 kg ann. 40 cm

30 cm

Tomato

approx. 1530 kg ann. 50 cm

25 cm

Cauliflower

approx. 500 kg ann.

70 cm

50 cm

Zucchini

approx. 760 kg ann. 100 cm

20 cm

Cucumber

- seed

January Eggplant Cabbage Cauliflover Broccoli Zucchini Potato Onion Carrot Cucumber Bell pepper Tomato Radish Beetroot

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Solanum melongena Brassica oleracea var. oleracea Brassica oleracea var. botrytis Brassica oleracea var. gemmifera Cucurbita pepo Solanum tuberosum Allium cepa Daucus carota Cucumis sativus Capsicum annuum Solanum lycopersicum Raphanus sativu Beta vulgaris

February

- plant out seedlings

approx. 1380 kg ann.

- harvest

March

April

May

June

July

August

September

October

November

December


Light and furniture scheme

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Model

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Portfolio january 2014  
Portfolio january 2014  
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