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ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO

NATHAN NOSREE


TABLE OF CONTENT

NANTERRE SLOW STREET FESTIVAL _ 4

BRISBANE - FLOOD CITY _ 5

POMONA TRANSPORT HUB _ 6

SOUTHSIDE «NEW FARM» _ 7

REFLECTION _ 8

A GARDEN FOR ALICE _ 9

EXPERIMENTAL KINDERGARTEN _ 10

PHYSICAL MODEL WORK _11


NANTERRE SLOW STREET FESTIVAL P45 - Invisible Metropolis - Ms. I. Taillandier & M. M. Armengaud 2017 - Master - 7th Semester Collaboration with Catherine Niang, Chenxin Wan, Jinglun Yu

Physical model : Festival entrance

Illustration : Festival pavilions

Taking place in Nanterre (Paris, France) the Slow Street Festival aims to reactivate the site of an old paper factory. There will be showcased different aspects of the street culture like street food, street art, breakdancing, hip hop, etc.. This festival has been designed around the ÂŤslow movementÂť way of thinking. Each activity is hosted in pavilions previously designed by the students from our studio. Other key components of this festival are its night life as well as the traces left and how these can induce a new urban planning operation.

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BRISBANE - FLOOD CITY Seminar ÂŤWater citiesÂť - Ms. I. Taillandier, M. A. Ferraru, M. A. Cornet 2017 - Master - 7th Semester

Brisbane is the third biggest city in Australia. It is the capital of the state of Queensland, in a subtropical climate. The city is linked to the ocean via the Brisbane River. The presence of this water body and the numerous creeks in such a humid climate creates important risks of storms during the hottest season resulting in flooding of Brisbane River and the surrounding creeks. This research work consisted of analysis of different components such as the land use, mobility, landscape, urban expansion through time. This analysis was done to understand the reasons as to why the floods are such an important problem in the city of Brisbane. Industrial Housing Public Facilities Commercial Offices Brisbane Metropolitan area function map

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In order to better understand the impact of flooding in the region, it was necessary to map out the areas affected by these events. Following researches were focused around the different strategies put into place to protect the inhabitants and the city from future events (drainage plans, minimum floor level, storm-water management, flood awareness map, new land use regulations, ...) The next step of this seminar will be the study of port cities and their logistic of water transportation according to the location of their main economic market. Brisbane Metropolitan area flood awareness map

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POMONA TRANSPORT HUB DAB 511 - Architectural Design 5 - M. Y. Santo & Ms. C. Chatburn 2017 - Bachelor - 6th Semester

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This project of multimodal hub located in the small town of Pomona aims to link it to more important cities like Brisbane. It will help this village to regain its economic significance it once had. To do so, the building will be used as an regional economic center by providing meeting rooms for users to develop local economy. GSEducationalVersion

Illustration : Mount Cooroora

The building’s skin is inspired by the void and solid relationship making the train approaching appear and disappear in the building. The same concept is used for the bridge, representing a train, going across the building from one side to the other. This space also promotes the use of public transport as well as soft transports in a place where cars rule. Cyclists can park their bikes in a secured underground space and then get changed in changing rooms before catching the public transports. In order to showcase the local horticulture, a fruits & vegetables collecting point allows transports users to order their groceries online while in the transports and pick them up once arrived at the station.

Illustration : Transport hub at night time

The major landscape landmark is Mount Cooroora, reigning over the building. These two dialogues with each other : During the day, the nature shows off, during the night, the design glows off. 6


SOUTH SIDE ÂŤNEW FARMÂť DLB 300 - Landscape Architecture Design 3 - Ms. D. Lapporte & M. S. Livesey 2017 - Bachelor - 6th Semester Located in South Bank Parklands, one of Brisbane gardens located a few meters from QUT, this space has for purpose to promote urban agriculture in the heart of the city. There are two specific spaces : Private allotments for local near-by inhabitants, as well as a community garden to be used by everyone. This last offers the possibility for QUT students to teach how to cultivate this garden during seminars, to use food produced on site during outdoor cooking classes taught by cooking chefs, as well as provide fresh food for the restaurant located on site, famous for its view on the Brisbane skyline, both a daylight and night time. Masterplan

Illustration : Community garden with Brisbane Skyline

Illustration : Outdoor kitchens

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REFLECTION DAB 410 - Architectural Design 4 - Ms. S. Brott & M D. Mikulcic 2016 - Bachelor - 5th Semester

Reflection is a project of an indoor and outdoor movie theater, linked to the Nerang River as well as the John Fraser Memorial Park raising the issue of the survival of the last natural spaces within the urban environment of the Gold Coast, example of a society where cities are growing faster than ever and what are the risks it is willing to take in order to entertain itself and get wealthier. The urban space created allows visitors to discover this park but also to wonder around, walking over the river for their own pleasure but also being aware that nature can claim back what it owns reminding us that we can’t harness elements. Physical model

Illustration : Outdoor movie theather at night time Masterplan

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A GARDEN FOR ALICE DLB 200 - Landscape Design 2 - Ms. C. Taborda & Ms. C. Berg 2016 - Licence 3 - 5th Semester Half-way between the Brisbane River and the City Botanical Garden, this project is a public garden designed for the students of QUT. It aims to reorganise the conflicting circulation flows as well as revitalise and enhance abandoned spaces like the banks of the Brisbane River. Inspired by Teresa Moller’s work at Punta Pinte, the design allows the users to discover the Brisbane River in an other way by creating a promenade joining the land and water. The garden plays with topography creating smaller spaces within that one huge public space : public spaces like amphitheaters as well as more intimate spaces while reducing the visual impact of man’s action on nature.

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EXPERIMENTAL KINDERGARTEN IN «LA TOUR-SANS-VENIN» M. PE. Loiret & M. S. Fabiani 2015 - Licence 2 - 4th Semester

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This school results of the study of the site’s «affordances» in three different categories : Earth, Living and Atmosphere. Along the site analysis, the spaces within the school have been designed according to a narrative funded on the children’s needs, desires, senses ... The goal was to use materials local to this site while lessen the impact of the project over the ecosystem and emphasis the relationship between the kids and the environment in every experience they live at different times of the day, weather or seasons.

Physical model Perspective : Entrance and Learning room

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PHYSICAL MODEL WORK M. E. Lena & M. S. Delfino 2014 - Bachelor- 3rd Semester Following a site analysis going from the Isère region to the construction details of traditional architecture, I studied the Casa Turegano, by Alberto Campo Baeza, through a series of physical models breaking down each of the building’s characteristics.

M. D. Putz 2015 - Bachelor - 2nd Semester

The Spanish architectural specificities were reinterpreted within Saint-Marcellin urban tissue in order to design a housing building which could be replicated and host a growing population while respecting the 14th century historical heritage present on site.

Casa Turegano physical model

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Physical model : project within urban tissue

Pavilion physical model

This physical model work was based around the insertion of a basic program within a sculpture pavilion. The mass that is the roof is actually pierced with light holes to lit the sculpture placed underneath.

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NATHAN NOSREE n.nosree@gmail.com (+33) 06 46 76 26 44

Nathan NOSREE - Portfolio 2018  

This portfolio gathers my work up to April 2018. I am currently in the 1st year of my Master at ENSA Versailles (National Architecture Schoo...

Nathan NOSREE - Portfolio 2018  

This portfolio gathers my work up to April 2018. I am currently in the 1st year of my Master at ENSA Versailles (National Architecture Schoo...

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