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GENERAL INFORMATION Architecture Student/ Intern Name Born Birth Nationality Adress Phone Mail

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Natalia Maria Lipczuk Chelm, Poland 1 July 1994 Polish Legionow Polskich 12/23,22-100 Chelm, Poland +48 510 541 640 lipczuk.natalia@gmail.com

EDUCATION 09.2010-06.2013 | High School in Chelm 10.2013-02.2017 | Gdansk Univesity of Technology, Bachelor degree in Architecture 08.2015-06.2016 | Erasmus Programe, VIA University Horsens, Architectural Technology and Construction Management Student of Architecture at Gdansk University of Technology and student Erasmus+ programme at VIA University College in Denmark. Diligent with huge passion and involvement for creating unique ideas and innovative design. Greatly impressed by the development of sustainability. Fascinated in Scandinavian lifestyle and design. Enthusiast of simplicity and nature inspiration in architecture. Concerned with architectural space perception and interior design. Motivated to continuously improve skills and knowledge, effective team member with ability to perform well independently.

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LANGUAGES Polish English German

| Native language | Professional working proficiency | Elementary proficiency


EXPERIENCE 06-07.2014 04.2015 10-12.2015 02-07.2016 02-07.2016 04-05.2016 06-07.2016 08.2016

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Internship in ROBYG, Gdansk, Poland Architektour workshops, Revitalization of public spaces, in Walbrzych, Poland Partcipant at certified BIM Training Studio Revit course at VIA University in Horsens, Denmark PR department of The Visionary Kitchen, Horsens, Denmark PR department of Tutor Society, Horsens, Denmark Architectural workshops, Refurbishment of old fashion factory, in Changzhou Institute of Technology in China Practical placement in RUM Arkitektur, Horsens, Denmark Architectural workshops, Baltic International Summer School 2016 in Hamburg, Germany

SKILLS Sketch up

Adobe Photoshop

Microsoft Office

Adobe Indesign

Hand drawing

Autocad 2D

Adobe Illustrator

Archicad

Model making

V-ray render

Revit

Rhino

INTERESTS

| Travel

| Photography

| Architecture

| Drawing

| Interior design

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CONTENTS

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01

Sleeping beauty, Revitalization of public spaces Ksiaz, Walbrzych, Poland pages 4-7

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Striped cubes, Cohousing community Kolibki, Gdynia, Poland pages 8-12

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Shakespeare theatre, Underground shakespeare theatre, Horsens, Denmark pages 13-18

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2nd movement, Architecture flood alarm, Hamburg, Germany pages 19-22

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House of GUT, Dormitory for students of Gdansk University of Technology, Gdansk, Poland pages 23-27

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Sketchbook, Sketches of architecture Florence, Rome, Zamosc, Paris pages 27-28


YAAAAWN . . .

sleeping beauty

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Creative pearls Workshops Architektour 2015 Walbrzych, Poland Group work Walbrzych is a beautiful city, which is hiding potential. Closing mines created giant vacuum in the structure of the city. However this region has a big chance for development. Dolny Slask is a place of picturesque landscapes, smooth hills and mountains.. Why creative pearls? The city needs connection between particular districts and with Ksiaz castle. Our idea shows string of pearls of princess Daisy, which is important figure for castle. The necklace consists few fundamental elements: beginning and end, string, pearls and fastener. The begin and end points for us are Ksiaz and Walbrzych. Exploring potential of the city we found few key points, important for city, called pearls. Everything can be pearlbuilding, square. They are connected by chain, like network of paths. We have made some proposals for our assignment, containing transport, activity , culture and enterprise. We imagined them as gondolas, electric bikes, cinema in ruins in Ksiaz, ice ring in front of castle, and view tower.

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6 Ewelina Andrecka,Sylwia Chmiel, Natalia Drazek,Ewa Kamyszek, Kornelia Kupsc, Natalia Lipczuk,Barbara Tutor: Jorg Rugemer

Pawlowska, Marta Raczkowska, Zuzanna Robutka, Aline Schepper, FIlip Walkowiak, Alicja Zimniak


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striped cubes

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Striped cubes Cohousing community Kolibki, Gdynia, Poland Individual work The group of multi-family houses is a modern and chamber estate consist 4 buildings. Cohousing is enriched with a large share of the common areas, clearly separated from private dwellings. One of the building is called common house, which look different than other buildings. The houses consist 26 apartments with various area, from 30-110 sq. m. The layout of apartments is adapted to orientation of the sun. The apartments are spacious and flexible. By using a lot of glazed rooms are bright. From the architectural point of view design of buildings differs from other housings. By using strips on the facade gained elegant yet modern look. They also create interesting shadow effect, but they do not interrupt the view from windows. Poland

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Light studio

2 bedrooms apartment- 92m2 3 bedrooms apartmen- 110m2

ground, 1st&2nd floor

Location of site

Site plan

North facade


2 bedrooms apartment- 92m2 1 bedroom apartment - 63m2 Studio apartment- 45m2

3rd floor

Section

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Shakespeare Theatre

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Shakespeare theatre Underground theatre 2016 Horsens, Denmark Individual work Horsens Prison was built in 1853. It was closed in 2006 and since then is the Cultural Centre in Horsens. Although Horsens is a small town, it is held there many concerts (such as the Rolling Stones, Madonna) and cultural events. An important advantage of the prison is its location, situated on a hill and is visible from all sides Horsens, is a vantage point from which you can see the lake, the bay, the fjords and the entire city. The plot is very large, but it is not utilized properly. Those two things led me to the idea of an underground theater located on the west side of the building in the garden part. Theater could function as both a concert hall. What's more, I chose a kind of theater of Shakespeare, because the work of William Shakespeare was associated with Denmark, through well-known to all Hamlet (The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark) Denmark

View points

walking routes bike routes car routes

Location of site

Theater

Horsens

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Transformation of shape

Master plan


technic area 78m² techic room 43m² scene 43m²

staircase 21m²

audience with balconies 324m²

storage 21m²

storage 19m²

corridor 32m²

pomieszczenie dla obsługi 19m²

WC WC WC 2m² 1m² 1m²

lift 9m²

toilet 6m² staircase 21m²

guest area 160m²

toilet 6m² WC WC WC 2m² 1m² 1m² lift 7m²

WC 3m²

WC 3m²

wardrobe 8m²

Site plan

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technic area 78m²

techic room 43m²

techic room 43m²

techic room 43m² scene 43m²

staircase 21m²

staircase 21m²

instrument's storage 21m²

corridor 32m²

storage 21m²

costuim's storage 21m²

rehearsal room 38m²

balconies 185m²

staircase 21m²

audience with balconies 324m²

corridor 32m²

garderoba 13m²

garderoba 13m²

balconies 185m²

pomieszczenie dla obsługi 19m²

garderoba 13m² WC WC WC 2m² 1m² 1m²

WC WC WC 2m² 1m² 1m²

lift 9m²

toilet 6m²

toilet 6m² WC WC WC 2m² 1m² 1m² lift 7m²

korytarz 8m²

WC WC WC 2m² 1m² 1m²

lift 9m²

toilet 6m²

staircase 21m²

staircase 100m²

WC 3m²

wardrobe 8m²

toilet 6m² WC WC WC 2m² 1m² 1m² lift 7m²

korytarz 8m²

staircase 21m²

guest area 160m²

WC 3m²

lift 9m²

toilet 6m²

staircase 21m²

WC 3m²

storage 19m²

corridor 32m²

WC 3m²

wardrobe 8m²

toilet 6m² WC WC WC 2m² 1m² 1m² lift 7m²

WC 3m²

WC 3m²

wardrobe 8m²

amfitheater 140m²

Level -2

Level -1

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Level -3


guests acess

Level -1 technical access actors zone

Level -2

technical rooms

audience Level -3

Functional scheme

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Acustic In the building were used 3 main materials: architectural concrete, which will be finished walls, wood-railing of the main staircase, ceiling main room and wooden seats in the amphitheater outside and metal railings in the audience. Acoustically uses lightweight concrete, which has openings to absorb sound and wooden paneling on the ceiling, the reflected sound.

Sound reflection from the ceiling panels

Sound reflection from the side walls

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View of the concert hall


2nd movement

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The 2nd movement Workshops BISS 2016 Hamburg, Germany Group work Let the flood in. In a future when frequent floods is the new normal, how do we communicate risks and create awareness, while forming new connections when infrastructure is lost? Due to the increasing number of floods, a system of floating boxes that rise and change with the water level is suggested. Steps create a path of adaptive connections, thereby alternating the urban landscape. When the water is at its highest, a clear safe route emerges. Simultaneously, the energy of the water waves is converted into sound waves. These are used as a different, more peaceful, warning system, where the pitch of the tone is directly translated into the water height. The sound imitates musical instruments in the form of bells, organ pipes or strings. Several installations are scattered around the area, forming an orchestra of awareness. The project embraces the flood during these periods of turmoil and uses acoustics and flotation devices to reshape the movement patterns. The distinct sounds of the flood will raise people's awareness, and at the same time, add new characteristics to the sounds of the city.

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Pattern idea

Alarm map for Rothenburgsort


Before flood

Low water level

High water level

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Exhibition in HCU Hamburg, August 2016 Joanna Kordemets, Natalia Lipczuk, Tristan Schmedes, Martin Schmidt Lauridsen


House of GUT

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House of GUT Bachelor project 2016 Individual work Gdansk, Poland The purpose of engineering thesis is to design a building of a dormitory on the particular building plot selected in the city of Gdansk at Wypoczynkowa street. Key to the project was the use of the potential of the plot located in close proximity from the bay and create a space that would meet the requirements of students. The inspiration for the shape was the simplicity of buildings, typical of the coast. By modifying the cabins on the beach with pitched roofs, was created outline of the building. The idea was to maintain the simplicity of the object and create a minimalist but interesting object, which will be corresponded with the environment. It consists of two rectangular buildings and connecting terrace, acting as the center of integration. On the terrace leads a monumental staircase, with seating in the form of ordinary wooden cubes that from the first step works as an integration place to spend time together. Poland

coast

dormitory

city centre

Study on height in Gdansk

beach cabins

dormitory

Inspiration of shapes

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Location of site

SOPOT

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Transformation of shape

Master plan


student apartmens

W

-0,02

-0,02

-3.23

C -0,02

common area

-0,32

III

-0,22

p.p.p=2,70m.n.p.m

14.87

-0,12

I -0,05

3.80

III

-0,02

-0,02

13.63

W

-0,02

-0,12

technical rooms

C

underground garage

3.00

Site plan

student apartmens

stuadent apartmens

technical rooms common area

technical rooms underground garage

Functional scheme

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1 A

A -0.02

25

O1

620 22

100 230

O1

O1 100

100

O1

1680

540

1% 1%

14210 D12 206

90

294

69

95

1%

2200

26

28

95

150

SW4

REI 120

540

120

212

35

18

SZ1

15

150

151 90

railing h=110cm

10 x 17 28

F2

26

15

5

215

SZ1

200

REI 240

639 reinforced conrete slab h=30cm

47

-0,02

130

D3

22 55

41 m²

120

560

130 190

515

124

216 190

413

K2

-0,02 D2

177

SZ1

180 215

57

vertical lightning protection 53

110

71

110

H

682

35 174

174

617

660 210

35

660

shaft of exhaust mechanic ventilation

200

downpipe 10cm PCV vertical lightning protection

1571

210

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shaft of intake mechanic ventilation

G2

22

47

47

47

SO1

150

beam h=60cm

200

SO1

716

SO1

230

D1

47 47

SO1

130

SO1

66

180

7

20 m²

REI 240

SZ1

1.21

185

1% 1%

1%

311

1%

SW6

E2

A

REI 120

120

152

120

150

1815

215

40

176

REI 240

13 22

2713

481

35

downpipe 10cm PCV

REI 240

D2

4 m²

234

133

-0,02

47

90 D12 190 210

402 10 x 17 28 252

22

SW1

-0.05

1%

REI 240

10 26

13

6 m²

190

28

90

95

1.29

1%

-1.68

311

160

47

13

1%

8

95

D12

14

26

150

D15 210

2826

11

8

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48 14

94

133

15 175

514 134

119 185

18

42

0.00

D16

reinforced conrete slab h=30cm

242

281

560

522

18

26

26

95

1%

30

82

147

162

SZ1

95

15

26 43

1%

352

1518

300

261 180 230

120

1.22

EI 30

41

1.20

44 m²

861 reinforced conrete slab h=30cm

REI 240

105

94

26 20 95 69

1%

471

288

340 60

1054

41

14

104

90

95

95

30 1526 13

69

178

260

1560 downpipe 10cm PCV 105 105

1415

14 191

fireproof glazing

22 m²

SW7

399

522

26

110 14

150 D14 210

26 19 95

1%

471

1%

48 14 80 28

28 95

283 92

487

105

230

230

47 100

180

230

REI 240

SZ1

198 190 134 1926 95 69

1%

94

14 110

69 8 95

288

1%

95

18

26 206 90 D12 210 1%

294 14

1%

26 200 14

18 525

reinforced concrete slab h=20

195

230

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O1

O1

100

230

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O1

100

100

230

100

522 738

D11 90

14 536 30 14

26

188 188

26

26 reinforced concrete slab h=20

521 326

521 525 105

60

building line 35

2525

104

140

35 vertical lightning protection

71

639

839

692

892

140

22 x 17 28

downpipe 10cm PCV

104

79

230

SZ1

REI 240

REI 240

reinforced concrete slab h=20

304

300

26 326 200

14 14 300 322

210

reinforced concrete slab h=20

D11 90 210

1% 1%

24 24 100

100 105 95

95

222

D11

26 26 190 190 24 24 176 176

90

210

D11

210

310

26 200

reinforced concrete slab h=20

230

47

180

300

reinforced concrete slab h=20

522 90 210

D11

SZ1

1% 1%

D11 90

210 1% 1%

90

210

208

300 14 208

26 190 reinforced concrete slab h=20

95

90 D12 210 1% 1%

26 26 93 100

105

105 25

469

105

210

0.00

SZ1

REI 240

232

-0,02

25

180

26

90

736

25

100 230

100 230

O1

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47 215

D2

O2

O2

60

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O2

60

60

230

230

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O1

100 230

257

259

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95 87

90 180 210 D17

95

105

rein-forced con h=20cmcrete slab

37

14

60

2627 1014 150 210

224

495

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26

rein-forced con h=20cmcrete slab

O1

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100 230

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300

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90

26

26 210 236

210

14 270

270

26

791 100 230

O1

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25

105

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100 230

O1 100

264

309 933

190 14 85

74

1%

206

95

1%

120 130 26

110 185

494

134

111

15

rein28 -forced 29 con h=20cmcrete slab

18 155

18 15 120

15

rein-forced con h=20cmcrete slab

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110

240

1%

130

28 15 151

120

REI 120

SW4 191

494 211

14

172

5

26

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1%

1%

30

117

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117

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115

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105 520

284

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1

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125

15

EI 60

1%

SW3

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D11

706 681

reinforced conrete slab h=30cm

1%

REI 240

1%

244

EI 60

105

1.23

D2 1.28

7 m²

SW5

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SW1

14 14

SW1

105

vertical lightning protection 25

968

0.00

REI 240

60 35

REI 240

SW1

90

D12 210 143

reinforced conrete slab h=30cm

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13 m²

283

REI 240

275

655

1.27

14 m²

140

EI 30

14

1%

D11

26 26

reinforced conrete slab h=30cm

SW1

105

180 180

120

1.19

53 m²

246 250

15 14

90 210

26 26

EI 60

60

1%

134

26

105

90 210

SW1

14

358

64

190

D11

140

SW3

205

90

D12 210

REI 240

57 m²

105

288

EI 30

25

318

106

1.24

148

684

SW7

105

1.14

10 m²

D12 13 m²

REI 240

SZ1

160

SW7

25

14

10

SW1

105

1%

beam h=60cm

232

90

D18 210

16 m²

SZ1

25

26

90 210

14 14

47

1.30

45 m²

892

REI 240

Staircase 32m2

25

904 955

Kitchen/ Living room 42m2

Toilet 5m2

295

11

58

105

90

D12 210

2426

307 beam h=60cm

328

916

C2

125

reinforced conrete slab h=30cm

SW1

Kitchen 7m2

-0,02 105

0.00

1.1

25

14

1.17

400

REI 240

Kitchen/ Living room 42m2

Toilet 4m2

160

205

73 m²

1%

downpipe 10cm PCV

EI 60

SW3 254

1190

0.00

26 6 m²

1.25

7 m²

EI 30

Room 18m2

11

beam h=20cm

200

58

1.26

18

190

254

D11

210

14 74 30

180 210

26

SW7

2525

25

171

14

0.00 D17

SW1

vertical lightning protection

105

90

0.00

15

beam h=24cm

129

vertical lightning protection downpipe 10cm PCV

854

0.00

REI 240

Room 11m2

25

95 331

1.16

18 m²

SW1

Room 11m2

105

218

1%

352 245

REI 240

downpipe 10cm PCV

Toilet 5m2

25

24

1.15

1%

95

26 13

EI 60

105

48

SW5

572

REI 240

654

SW1 SW3

450

SO1

26

REI 240

Room 11m2

Room 11m2

downpipe 10cm PCV 28 26

1.18

SO1

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200

beam h=24cm

184

beam h=20cm

95

300 1%

190 10

692

EI 60

H

Room 11m2

0.00

EI 30

SW7

REI 240

SO1

60

SW1

205

SW1

2.80

8 m²

418 88

215

1.2

21 m²

182

G1

Room 11m2

Kitchen/ Living room 34m2

180 230

496

198

1%

159

14

5 m²

1.13 10

D16

0.00

beam h=20cm

673

1%

1%

26

34

129

680

1.31

34 m²

beam h=20cm

EI 60

13

190

130

reinforced conrete slab h=30cm

SW1

SW3

K1

42 m²

-0,02

95

188

30 m²

1029

158 24

95

REI 240

5

1st floor

420

EI 60

0 1

180 230

SW3

-0,12

D4

13 m²

83

95

1.11

0.00

165

400

26

EI 60

10 x 17 28

1.12

232

fireproof glass 190

16

beam h=24cm

124

REI 240

SW3

REI 240

SW1

railing h=110cm

264

143

190 beam h=20cm

262

D11

EI 60

19

3 m²

-1.68

downpipe 10cm PCV

D11

SW7

SW3

F1

3,30 Room 11m2

90 210

14

290

210

D1

90 210

200

EI 60

375

10 x 17 28

58

1% EI 30

10

EI 60

SW3

15 18

232

22 22

892 880

401

vertical lightning protection downpipe 10cm PCV

180

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SW1

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D11

89

168

1%

EI 60

3,00

Kitchen 7m2

15

90 210

14

95 8 m²

10

SW3

SW5

SO1

1%

1.5

189 4 m²

1.3

6 m²

160

SW1

143014

EI 60

374

1%

52

1%

D12

D11

1538

1.9

98

SW5

Kitchen 7m2

90

150

311

1%

downpipe 10cm PCV

SW1

150

14 10 1% 134

14210

251

Kitchen/ Living room 38m2

Room 11m2

4

90 210

15

REI 240

A

Room 18m2

107 85

30

1.4

322m²

25

60

27 m²

95

EI 60

Toilet 4m2

113 85

6 m² 241

1%

REI 240

Toilet 4m2

1%

SW1

Room 18m2

SO1

SO1

136 190

14

55

396

1.10

SW3

E1 Toilet 5m2

1%

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REI 240

14 107

182

426

221

375

1.6

134

D11

26

SW1

Staircase 32m2

90 210 D12

EI 60

Corridor 45m2

SW7

14

1%

60

1%

REI 240

1.7

4 m²

90 210

425

SW3

Corridor 36m2 Hall 35m2

Room 11m2

245 14

85 113

1.8

65 m²

854

54

28

EI 30

REI 240

SO1

132

105

25

375

downpipe 10cm PCV

3,30 Staircase 32m2

rein-forced494 con h=20cmcrete slab

SO1

SO1

55

EI 60

D1

110

3,00

Toilet 5m2

SW1

Toilet 5m2

60

169

SW3

Kitchen 7m2

637

B

105

200

5

1584 680

200

beam h=32cm

0.00

-0.02

4 692

12

vertical lightning protection downpipe 10cm PCV

25

shaft of exhaust mechanic ventilation

3

800

25

14 654 25

D14

105

Kitchen/ Living room 42m2

520 25

Kitchen/ Living room 42m2

Toilet 4m2

25

62

SO1

105

Room 18m2

105

105

25

414

-0.02

293 25

105

D1

25 230

180 230

concret e h=20cm

257

34

205

26

SO1

25

2.80

190

25

reinforc ed slab

105

Room 11m2

240

edge of undeground garage

190

34

O1

O1

SO1

REI 240

Room 11m2

105

105 25 105 reinforced concrete 25 column 25x25cm

SW1

Toilet 5m2

105

25

C1

100 230

SO1

25

100 230

25 116

2,50

Room 11m2

116

Room 11m2

295 25

Kitchen/ Living room 34m2

105

2

904 880

424

25

2

vertical lightning protection downpipe 10cm PCV

B

Room 11m2

3

105

Room 11m2

71 15

3078

1

Toilet 5m2

2357

-0,12

-0,22

1585

15

3960

2 3

4

5

Kitchen 7m2

Corridor 36m2

Corridor 45m2 Room 18m2

Toilet 4m2

Room 18m2

Toilet 4m2

Staircase 32m2

Toilet 5m2 Toilet 4m2

Room 18m2

Kitchen/ Living room 38m2 Kitchen 7m2

Room 11m2

Room 11m2

Kitchen 7m2

Room 11m2

0 1

5

2nd floor

25

north

groundfloor- construction plan

east

south

west


basic construction

pavillion with tools for gardening

green house

pavillion with hammocks Urban gardens- transormation of shapes and functions

Bachelor project- presentation

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Sketchbook

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