OSTRUK architecture portfolio
Motivated, self-starter with a demonstrated ability to work independently and within a team environment Ability to multi-task and coordinate efforts on multiple projects in a fast-paced environment Positive, solution-oriented attitude Excellent graphic skills
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University of Manitoba Master of Architecture Winnipeg, Canada
Kyiv National University of Construction and Architecture Bachelor of Architecture Kyiv, Ukraine
Revit Rhinoceros Grasshopper ArchiCAD 3ds MAX AutoCAD Illustrator InDesign Photoshop After Effects
Ukrainian - native Russian - fluent English - advanced
September 2016-Present Student Technician CADlab, Architecture Faculty, University of Manitoba Large format banner printing Interaction with customers coordinating their print needs November 2015-July 2016 Junior Architect Taras Bilyk architecture workshop Ternopil, Ukraine Support of architectural projects through developing design concepts Preparation of drawings, sketches and details from conceptual design through to construction Assistance in preparation of development permit Graphic designer February 2014-August 2014 Student apprentice Architecture collaboration â€œInLAB Architectsâ€? Kyiv, Ukraine Assistance in developing parametric algorithmic models Creation of material including sketches, graphics, drawings, models and details
"Flexibility" "Arch weekend" on the topic "Reconstruction Sea Commercial Port of Odessa" "YArch Workshop" "Context based design"
2013 2013 2014 2014
COMPETITIONS "Solar Decathlon KNUCA 2013" with the assistance of the 2013 energy Efficient Pilot Project (Germany) "Archivision" (Ukraine) 2014 "Inspiration hotel" (Spain) 2014 2015 "The cool school" (UK)
CONTENTS PROJECTS HAND DRAWINGS ACADEMIC PROJECTS SMART HUB POWER IN ACTION COMPETITIONS NODE APARTMENTS SUSPENDED PODS PROFESSIONAL PROJECTS REWHEAT LAMP SYMONENKA
PROJECTS Architects spend an entire life with this unreasonable idea that you can fight against gravity. Renzo Piano
SMOKING MAN watercolor on paper 30x40
CHURCH IN THE VILLAGE STEBLIVKA ink on paper 84x60
SITTER PENCIL ON PAPER 42X60
"LEDA AND THE SWAN" PETER PAUL RUBENS WATERCOLOR ON PAPER 60X42
SMART HUB SECONDARY SCHOOL CRITIC:KAZIMIRSKI V., GNEZDILOVA O., KOZLOVA Y. FALL 2013
The design has created new opportunities for economic development and social integration by the provision of covered external space and activation of the schoolâ€™s public domain and ground plane. This creates places with special atmospheres in between the regular and rational architecture with conventional geometries that respond to internal and external requirements. The project was designed with optimal solar and heating control system to minimize the use of support systems. The comfort level is high enough to avoid having cooling or heating sustainers.
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.
Assembly Hall Stage Staff Radio Reading room Book room Index room Pri ncipal's office Deputy Principal office
10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18.
Guest room Teacher room Teacher's lounge zone Chancellery Accountant room Technical staff Chamber Nurse room Treatment room
19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27.
Checkroom Main dining room Cafe Kitchen Processing products Dish wash Cooling chamber Chamber Loading
28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36.
Staff room Radioelectronic courses Choreography and fitness Locker room Fine Arts Equipment Cinematography courses Multifunctional room Sports hall
37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45.
Locker room Shower Slug room Instructors Pre-conscription training Storage and cleaning weapons Career counseling Humanities Special technology
46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54.
Drawing Sciense Auditorium Preparates Laboratory assistance Computer Science Physic laboratory Math laboratory Physic room
55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 60. 61. 62. 63.
Chemistry laboratory Chemistry room Biology room Literature room History and social science Geography Studio Languages Biology laboratory
POWER IN ACTION FITNESS CENTRE CRITIC: LOPATYUK M. FALL 2014
This building is more than a sport centre; it is an idea about social space and multi-functionality. It features an entry sequence whic creates a loose threshold between outside and inside worlds. There is a measure of both transparency and opacity provided by the facade cladding system. This system is comprised of a screen created from thousands of square openings which grow or shrin k depending on their location on the facade. These create an ebb and flow to the facade which exists as a sort of â€˜energetic tranquilityâ€™.
POSITION IN KYIV
District value road The road of regional importance Driveways
Incoming groups 1. Hall 2. Wardrobe 3. Nursery 4. Buffet 5. Shop 6. Towels zone 7. Fitness bar Administrative buildings 8. Principal's office 9. Reception 10. Deputy Director 11. Marketing Department 12. Service 13. Accounting 14. Trainers and instructors 15. Commandant 16. Health facilities
17. Workshop for repairing equipment and tools 18. Cleaning equipment 19. Staff Medicine 20. Doctor's office 21. Consultations 22. Tests with physical activity Hygiene 23. Locker room 24. Room for hanging towels 25. Shower 26. Toilet 27. Pool 28. Teacher's room 29. Nurses room
Bathhouse 30. Finnish saunas 31. Infrared saunas 32. Turkish bath 33. Lounge 34. Contrast bath 35. Basketball court 36. Tennis court Spa 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43.
Massage Cryotherapy Capsules Cosmetology of face, body Solarium Jacuzzi Hot tub
44. Group lessons of general physical training 45. Sessions using simulators and shells to develop strength and endurance 46. Room with mats for training with elements of fighting
DIVISION INTO PANELS
ATTRACTION TO CURVE
NODE APARTMENTS HOTEL, ARCHIVISION COMPETITION IN COLLABORATION WITH: LEVADNA A., KOVRIGIN O.
At the beginning of the fourth year I took part in "Archivision". It is an annual Ukrainian competition. Our team consisted with three persons so everyone could show their best. Organizers asked us to design a hotel, which should be built with small modules. Because this parts are relatively small, they can be made in a factory and transported directly to the hotel location as a pre-fabricated, ready-to-use product. We decided to take an octahedron and transform it so that the unit became more ergonomic and suitable for living. Because of the modular system of building, it is easier to react to the economic situation. The hotel can adapt to any landscape conditions.
SCHEME OF CONCEPT
SCHEME OF LINEAR COMBINATIONS
N DE APArtMENTS
SCHEME OF CELLULAR COMBINATIONS
We decided on the utilization of the Voronoi schematic design to separate the tree patterns into formally defined areas, which form a recognizable pattern to help with placement of the pods, corridors and the larger, circular constructions offering social interaction like eating and entertainment, reading rooms, galleries etc.
The final result of which can be seen in the sketch beside of the actual design as we imagine it with the connections and the spatial separation of the elements.
SUSPENDED PODS HOTEL, INSPIRATION HOTEL COMPETITION IN COLLABORATION WITH: LEVADNA A., KOVRIGIN O. FALL 2014
Suspended in a pine forest not only for privacy but also to lend a feeling of 'belonging' to the natural environment under the protection of the canopy of the trees. The peace and comfort offered by the light, filtering through the pines, will add an inspirational dimension to the rest experienced by our guests, who will have a feeling that they are in harmony with their surroundings. That the pods are floating motionless above the ground, imparts a sensation of lightness, of defying gravity, which lifts their spirits, too. The pods are positioned with their spacious window areas looking out
into the direction of the forest, away from the other elements of the hotel, offering a depth of perspective in the comforting, repetitive vertical pattern of the trees.giving a feeling of one-ness with nature and a sense of privacy in the apparent separation from the other the units, without being in total isolation. The corridors connect the pods in a criss-cross pattern, giving a web-like construction, further emphasizing the feeling of safety and closeness to the wonder of nature. The choice of the location in the forest is a natural one, offering protection and closeness to nature, the integration and shape of the structural elements will be designed to impact minimally on the environment and to offer a pleasing solution which is ecologically sound. The idea is simple: Minimal impact on the environment with the maximum use of the forest for structural integrity and definition of the elements and their positioning in nature.
As can be seen from the drawings, the shape of the pods are designed for maximal thermal efficiency and minimal wind and weather buffering and noise. The vanes on the topsides of the pods are placed so as to facilitate and direct the melting of the snow in winter, as well as, of course, breaking up the surface into simpler constructional and visual design elements.
FIRST FLOOR PLAN
REWHEAT LAMP OBJECT DESIGN, PROFESSIONAL WORK KAR ARCHITECTS SPRING 2013
ReWheat is a based on origami principals project of lamp. Our aim was to create something really unusual by using minimum resources and human labor. The lampshade can be easily assembled, without any tools or glue, by simply folding one ready-cut sheet of polypropylene. As the result we receive self-supporting surface with the unique design. After lots of experiments we agreed that this product should be made from polypropylene with thickness 0.5- 0.8mm. Cutting implemented into the laser cutting system using dash line. Easily transformed sheet of polypropylene can assimilate loadings and presents modern impresive parametric design. The design was inspired by natural form of wheat ear.
The lamp is formed by plain lines but combines elegance and complicated forms. You can see different lighting effects on lampshade that emanates from folded parts. Itâ€™s a really interesting design that may be easily combined with any variety of interior decoration.
SYMONENKA PROFESSIONAL WORK TARAS BILYK ARCHITECTURE WORKSHOP SPRING 2016
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