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TABLE OF CONTENTS CURRICULUM VITAE

01

IED STUDY PROJECTS

02-04

COMPETITIONS

05-07

PNU STUDY PROJECTS

08-10

RENDERINGS

11-13

PHOTOGRAPHY

14-16


OLGA NIKONOVA architect, 3D visualizer age:24, Russia

contacts: olg.nikonova@gmail.com http://www.flickr.com/photos/olga-arch/ http://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=214143188&trk=tab_pro mobile: +7(924)217-15-10 (UTC+11)

curriculum vitae

01


+ EDUCATION:

+ SOFTWARE SKILLS

MAY 2012 – FEBRUARY 2013 – Master in Sustainable Architecture, Istituto Europeo di Design (IED), Torino, Italy

+ 3D Studio Max + V-ray + Google SketchUp + V-ray + Autodesk Revit + Autodesk AutoCAD + Graphisoft ArchiCAD + Adobe Photoshop + Adobe Illustrator + Adobe InDesign + CorelDraw + Autodesk Ecotect + Design Builder

SEPTEMBER 2011 – JUNE 2012 – Specialist degree in Landscape architecture, Pacific National University (PNU), Khabarovsk, Russia SEPTEMBER 2006 – MAY 2011 – Bachelor Degree in Architecture, Pacific National University (PNU), Khabarovsk, Russia

+ WORKSHOPS: 2012 - IED Workshop “School” – design of a sustainable school in Gaza strip + practical experience in construction from non-traditional building materials, such as earthbags, plastered plastic bottles and straw-bricks 2012 - IED Workshop “House” – sustainable retrofit of rural house in Veneto, Italy 2010 – PNU NIONC forum annual workshop –“Jubilie monument”, creating a conceptual model

+ WORK EXPERIENCE: APRIL 2013 - AUGUST 2013 - architect in OBR Open Building Research S.r.l, Genoa, Italy: developing CAD drawings for ongoing projects, 3D visualizations, pre-concept idea sketches for the following projects (refer www.obr.eu): -HOPE City project (Accra, Ghana) -Kalyan-Mart (office/mixed-use, Jaipur, India) -Royal Ensign (elite residential, Jaipur, India) AUGUST 2011 – OCTOBER 2011 – designer in PR-department in restaurant network: design of leaflets, drawings and 3D visualizations for new opening restaurant. JUNE 2010 – SEPTEMBER 2010 – internship in interior design practice: work on working drawings for flat refurbishment, material schedules, 3D visualizations

+ LANGUAGE SKILLS: English – fluent, IELTS 7.0 Russian – native Italian – advanced verbal

+HOBBY: Film photography

+ PERSONAL CHARACTERISTICS: passionate, motivated, responsible, capable of hard-working and work under pressure, good in analysis work and brainstorming, good capabilities in working either in team or alone, mobility and fast adaptation in new environment


IED MASTER IN SUSTAINABLE ARCHITECTURE team thesis work on refurbishment of Mirafiori Sud quarter, Turin, Italy TASK: masterplan of the area SPECIALTY: introduce a new ideology of living that transforms Mirafiori from a quarter that is rather forgotten after closing of Fiat factory into a brand for an eco-community that produces its own food and sells it directly from the garden (“km0”) and attracts a wide spectrum people. STRATEGY: place points of attraction on the border of the quarter to create a gate; connect with pedestrian and bike lanes; support development into buffer zone between inside and city; treat the whole quarter as a single and complicated public space with intersection of all functions TEAMWORK: with Raffaella Campanella, Michele Salmaso, Rayna Boyadzhieva #HASHTAG: #people, #green_meets_community, #intersection, #gorrila_gardening, #allotments, #bike-sharing

master thesis “AGRI-URBAN NEW WAVE”

02


THE PLACE

Diversity of cultivated and free green spaces fields parks allotments offering a possibility for relaxation and agricultural development

transport to downtown

Good connection to the city heart via public transport and street network

fiat

Built environment offering interaction possibilities for inhabitants, employees in housing the area and visitors

PROBLEMS AT FIRST GLANCE

Underdeveloped common spaces on groundfloor

Car boxes closing urban space

Monotonous façades on courtyards

GENERAL COMPONENTS OF PROPOSAL

Transport

car sharing reduces number of cars per family

Bike sharing allows to decrease the car traffic

Public movement

Bad mainteined market place

pedestrian passages through the qurater characterized by spots of interest

Green spaces decay

Green areas

wetlands for wastewater treatment public green areas

allotments for rent “gates” to the quarter formed by big public spaces market places and commercial spots allowing inhabitants to have a small business

Undefined squares


SUSTAINABLE STRATEGIES waste managemnet with a system of vacuum tubes

TYPOLOGY OF BUILDINGS DEPENDING ON NUMBERS OF APPARTMENTS

pv panels for public lights

flats

T2

1314

T1

T3

252

total flats

T4

T1 42 AP T2 56 AP T3 84 AP T4 90 AP

BUILDINGS TYPOLOGIES AND POPULATION

168

714

180

714

2142

168

504

T3

252

756

T4

180

540

tot

1314

3942

3.804

11.560

T2

T1

pop.

T1 T2

ROOF AREA USAGE

20.974m2

T3

2.850

PV panel installation 4000m2

total roof area T4

Collecting water surface 2000m2

2.760 ENERGY PRODUCED VS ENERGY DEMAND

183.200

230.360

public spaces

energy to sell

Energy demand for public spaces concearns: total area (m2)

Parking and circolation

476.000

demand (W/m2)

28.636

1,6

7920

10,8

operation

tot

(hours)

(kWh/y)

4000

183200

730

62440

(tab. 9.4.5 ASHRAE 90.1-2007)

kWh/y

Energy produced with PV installation:

PV System

62.440

(kW)

FLH

Peak Power installed

panel area installed

(kWh/y)

1070

400

4000

476000

(kW)

tot

(m2)

PayBack estimation:

staircases

2500 € x 400 kWp = 1.000.000 € Energy production: 133.280 kWh/y payback time: 7.5 years

WETLAND TOTAL AREA

1080

500

m2

DEPENDING ON TYPOLOGY

m2

T2

T1

3250

T3

total area

670

m2 MIXTED PLANT HORIZONTAL FLOW + VERTICAL FLOW

T4

1000

water management including rain water collection and waste water purification used for irrigation

Allotments

Compost storage

Wetland

m2

8.198.750 public green

l

3.758.500 allotments

PHYTODEPURATION’S WATER USAGE

l

820.70 cleaning

yearly

l

98.662.850 l water purified

86.329.800 l flushes

Playground

PV panel lamps

Park area


AGRI URB N NEW WAVE GATE MARKET

MASTERPLAN

Km0 FOOD MARKET 4

ALLOTMENTS BETWEEN THE HOUSES

4

NEW PUBLIC SPACES

FIAT

GATE PIAZZA

COMMERCIAL SPOTS

SMALL SHOPS RUN BY INHABITANTS

SCHOOL GARDENING LESSONS

GATE SKATE PARK

SPORTS FACILITIES,SKATE PARK

3

GREENHOUSES

6

GARDENING MARKET

2

GATE MARKET

BIKE LANES

0

100 m 10

50


IED MASTER IN SUSTAINABLE ARCHITECTURE individual thesis work on refurbishment of Mirafiori Sud quarter, Turin, Italy TASK: refurbishment of a residential building; taking in account demand of reducing the size and increasing the number of flats, improving energy performance SPECIALTY: program of investing throughout “buy-refurbish-rent” triade, forecast of gradual development for 5-10 years to the future STRATEGY: subdividing one long building into 5 through “buy-refurbish-rent” triade, switching from ownership of end user to rent by end user, flexibility of public services due to measuring demands and structure of inhabitants #HASHTAG: #people, #divide_et_impera, #target_group

master thesis “SPLIT: DIVIDE AND MANAGE”

02 A


- 120 sq.m flats - 90 flats -250-270 iinhabitants - garages instead of courtyard: no public space - no activity - "blind" ground floor

 

 

 

 

 

MONEY HEALTH TIME SOCIAL MOVING

 contractor buyes one staircase, refurbish it due to demand of the market and then gives it up to rent

TYPICAL INHABITANT

buy

refurbish

rent

 [A]

[B]

[D]

[E]

TYPOLOGY

[T1]

[C]

[T2]

[T3]

[T4]

[T5]

[T6]

[T7]

STAIRCASE


158 kWh/sq.m energy class

E

31° C

 

7.0 kWp 18.62 kW

48.8 kWh/sq.m energy class 29° C 1.6 kWp 9.21 kW

[T1]

29° C

29° C

74 sq.m

B

66 sq.m

1.0 kWp 7.46 kW

[T2]

0.85 kWp 5.11 kW

[T3]



55 sq.m

60 sq.m

29° C

[T4]

0.72 kWp 4.01 kW

6.5 kWp*

[T7]

3.98 kW

22 sq.m

29° C

29° C 35 sq.m

[T5]

3.0 kWp * 4.0 kW

[T6]

29° C

1.5 kWp* 3.0 kW *

TYPES OF APARTMENTS: GEOMETRY AND ENERGY PERFORMANCE DETAIL: AREA, HEATING PLANT MEASURMENT, SUMMER SOLAR GAINS MAXIMUM, SUMMER MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE WITHOUT AC

TYPICAL FLOOR PLAN (2ND FLOOR)


STEP 1: IGNITION OF CHANGES: MASTERPLAN

STEP 3: KEEP CALM AND CARRY ON

STEP 4: CONTAGIOUS CHANGES

IDEA: kick the system out of balance and initiate a chain reaction with area improvments (masterplan) and 1st portion of new inhabitants renting 1st staircase of 1st contractor. Continous chainges in masterplan are due to demand of arriving and leaving inhabitants: area as a starting point for young people between leaving parent’s home and buying their own home.

STEP 2: CONTRACTOR BUYES


IED MASTER IN SUSTAINABLE ARCHITECTURE workshop on refurbishment abandoned farmhouse in San Dona di Piave, province Veneto, Italy. TASK: sustainable refurbishment for environmental control + 30% extension of rural housing + living off-grid module (45 sq.m) CHOSEN FUNCTION: didactic WWOF farmhouse for experience exchange and children ecoeducation CHOSEN STRATEGY: double envelope mainaining natural ventilation in summer and insulating in winter TEAMWORK: with Raffaella Campanella #HASHTAG: #modular, #natural_ventillation, #self-construction

workshop house “INTO THE WILD”

03


GATHERING

40+

UP TO 10

MARKET

TEACHING AREA

PUBLIC WEEKLY

DAYLY WORKSHOP ACTIVITIES AND CLASSES

40+ 40+

UP TO 25

UP TO 30

ENVIRONMENTAL STRATEGIES TEM SYS nd a MAL HER ater dem AR T w SOL for hot 2 20 m

1:CONSTRUCTION OF THE SLICE FROM THE PRE-CAST PANELS

WetLands recovering system 2:CONSTRUCTION OF THE PLATFORM

GROUNDWATER COLLECTION

16 x Suntech 130W 12V Polycrystalline Solar Panel ~17 sq.m

2.08 kWpeak 5 days battery autonomy 3:CONNECTING SLICES AND PLATFORM: THE FIRST AND THE LAST KEEP THE STRUCTURE FROM DEFORMATIONS

PVP S elec YSTEM tricit y de man

d

Traditionally farmhouses had been developed with big cortyard, so it’s been decided to relise extension around one to host all functions, which are working in the fields, greenhouses, market for selling grown vegetables, agriculture school and dwellings for workers and owners

1.WATER SUPPLY

DWELLINGS

2.ELECTRICTRICITY DEMAND

WORKING AREA

TEMPORARY DWELLINGS

CONSTRUCTION KIT

FUNCTIONAL SCHEME

GUESTHOUSES

4:BUILDING MODULE OUT OF SLICES

Market and Stores 230 m2 roof surface hosting PV panels

30 kWpeak installed

JUL 126 kWh DEC 33 kWh average daily energy production

5:ATTACHING OUTER SHELL PILLARS

6:PLACING OUTER SHELL PANELS

PIAVE RIVER

QUAY

TREES AREA

SOUTH-WEST - NORTH-EAST AREA SECTION

FIELDS

3.HEAT DEMAND

MODULE: ENVIRONMENTAL SECTION

Doub le impro envelop e oving insula tion

Biomass Station producing heating energy

Field’scrap branches Animal’s scrap

GUESTHOUSES WORKING DWELLINGS DIDACTIC AREA 0 10

50

100 m


IED MASTER IN SUSTAINABLE ARCHITECTURE workshop on design a school in Bayt Lahiyah, Gaza Strip, Palestine TASK: school for 1000 children, boys and girls, duplicating of all public rooms and facilities due to religios context, minimization of resources use, low-tech construction, possility of selfconstruction SPECIALTY: allotments as a way of peacfull activity, creating an artificial hill in a desert STRATEGY: rammed earth wall consrtuction technic, use of big thermal mass of walls for decreasing heat loads in summer, natural ventillation TEAMWORK: with Daniel Villacis #HASHTAG: #no_walls, #allotments

workshop school “MAKE PEAS NOT WAR”

04


PUBLIC SPACE ON THE ROOF reducing the “wall” concept while keeping the property borders

SPORT FIELDS OPEN-AIR CINEMA positive activity

SKY-LIGHTS

CLASSROMS HALF-UNDEGROUNG Protection from direct sun, more safety in case of bombing, use of earth thermal mass to avoid overheating

ALLOTMENTS AND WETLAND TREATMENT PLANTS IN ATRIUMS

ENVIRONMENTAL SECTION

MARKET profit out of school orchards, PV panels on the roof


ATTENDANCE TO IED MASTER IN SUSTAINABLE ARCHITECTURE CREATIVEDIARY.NET competition for scholarships “My Re-use Design”, project [t ∫erd’ak] / ATTICK TASK: Second life to an object of choice. SPECIALTY: reconstruction of an abandoned old water tower in Khabarovsk, Russia into a contemporary creative mixed-use space STRATEGY: remove water tank and pipes to make space, close openings with windows, add vertical communication (spiral stairs), divide main space into 2 floors. The resulting object will develop the idea of spiral of time going from the present through the revision of the past to the future (lobby > performance area > flea-market/museum > contemporary art expositions) #HASHTAG: #re-use, #flea-market

competition “MY REUSE DESIGN” - project [t ∫erd’ak] / ATTICK

05


0

R

shelves

R 5 940

4 11

stairs

working tables

entrance to basement storage

WC

duty staff table

LOBBY

‘bookcrossing’* shelves

WC

0,000

*BookCrossing is defined as "the practice of leaving a book in a public place to be picked up and read by others, who then do likewise."

the central staircase is narrow so there is no shelf to leave space for wallow to lift big-sized items through the window

1 800

2nd floor: PERFORMANCE

{

AS IT VISIBLE, THIS VOLUME LEFT ALMOST EMPTY. THAT MADE IT

+3,500

EASY TO ADJUST CHANGING PURPOSE. IF THERE GOING BE THEATRICAL OR MUSICAL PERFORMANCE SOME CHAIRS AND PILLOWS CAN BE BROUGHT. OR SOME EXTRA RACKS COULD BE MOUNTED IF THERE IS AN EXHIBITION PLANNED.

one-row shelves for any stuff chains holding 3rd and 4th hanged floors (the part above is carrying while the part below is stabylizing)

stairs to 3rd & 4th floor

3rd & 4th floor: FLEA MARKET / MUSEUM These floors are specially dedicated for an exchange of any old, unused or abandoned things to find them a new owners, so I called them ‘flea market’. But all this stuff in complex perfectly represents changing times and epoches in people’s life, so it also could be called ‘museum’

{

5th floor: EXHIBITION

+7,300

+11,100

+16,500

R

6 20

0

observing level for walking & having 360 city view

R 6 500

rows of walls for exhibitions made as labyrinth 540

540 920 1000 1000

+14,500

floor with the backlight activating on footsteps

{

{{

exhibition of contemporary art & modern technologies

0

} }

flea market & oldies exhibition

STAFF ROOM

70

} }

performance & promenade

5

lobby, WCs & staff room

R

REPRESENTS PAST

1st floor: LOBBY

THE LOGIC IS: FROM THE PRESENT THROUGH THE COGNITION OF THE PAST WE CAN COME TO THE FUTURE

*all measurments are made in millimeters

kitchen

REPRESENTS PRESENT

SCHEMATIC FLOOR PLANS SCALE 1:100* rest zone

REPRESENTS FUTURE

[t∫erd’a:k]* *russian for an upper storey in the house where people usually put unused things they grudge to get rid of. rack


PACIFIC NATIONAL UNIVERSITY /KHABAROVSK, RUSSIA/ competition on reconstruction fruit garden, founded by breeder Shuranov in early XX century, 2ND PRIZE AREA: 48°28’3.79” N 135° 4’29.32” E 34 300 sq m of fruit garden /pear and apricot/ been closed for public for decades + wooden office building + grave of founder on the territory AIM: propose design of point of attraction for neighbourhood STRATEGY: public garden with seasonal fairs, landscape art exhibitions, lectures and workshops TEAMWORK: with Mariya Skryabina and Valentina Sirotina #HASHTAG: #memory, #landscape_art

competition CITY GARDEN

06


OPEN-AIR LECTURING HALL

SITE ANALYSIS thalweg watershed surface waterflow destroyed landscape zone steep slope northen-exposed slope underflooding areas domaining winds

entrances

MEMORIAL GRAVE OF THE FOUNDER

demolishing Çž

existing parkings borders of territory borders of territory automobile connections pedestrian paths spaces without trees for exhibiting

Çž

experimental workshop area

FAIRS/MARKET AREA

master-class workshop area fair/market

lectorium memorial

Chosen functional solution corresponds both to original use and contemporary possobilities. Entrance area creates comfortable city plaza. Proposed building replaces old and badly kept previous one and provides offices for park management and gardening school, green house and a cafe for area


PACIFIC NATIONAL UNIVERSITY /KHABAROVSK, RUSSIA/ competition on reconstruction city park in ex-ownership of military forces AREA: 48°28’27.23” N 135° 3’18.34” E 13 000 sq m of various planted trees /esp. pine trees/, ex-adventure park, closed in 90s, undeveloped area in the heart of the city next to main city square. AIM: new city park attractive for different visitors categories, usable all over the year STRATEGY: memorial World War II park with exhibition of machines from museum, possibilities of hosting several events, exhibitions, cafe et cetera. #HASHTAG: #memory, #history, #WWII, #education_in_play

competition MEMORIAL WWII PARK

07


FUNCTIONAL SCHEME

BUFFER GREEN ZONE SLOW WALKING AREA EXHIBITIONS AREAS CINECAFFE PARK GATES

WWII TECHNICS EXHIBITION

SITE ANALISYS

*

Chosen design solution represents flying birds as a hommage to ‘The Cranes Are Flying’ - a Soviet film about World War II depicts the cruelty of war, and a famous song from it. All the elements of the design were thought inside this concept for the aim of creating slightly nostalgic atmosphere.

ENTRANCE POINTS EXISTING LANDSCAPE TERRACES GENERAL LANDSCAPE SLOPE DESTROYED TERRAIN AREAS EXISTING VOIDS EXISTING TREE AREAS

EXISTING BUILDINGS NOT ALLOWED TO CHANGE IMPORTANT VIEW POINTS (SQUARE AND CHURCH) MAIN PATHS DUE TO DESIGN ABANDONED BUILDINGS FOR DEMOLISHING

DESIGN OF FOUNTAIN AND SHED


PACIFIC NATIONAL UNIVERSITY /KHABAROVSK, RUSSIA/ graduation work on reconstruction of urban work settlement in city of Khabarovsk, Russia AREA: 48°34’9.57”N 135° 2’28.21”E 7.53 hecktars of degrading residential area built for workers of shipyard factory in city perephiry in 50s. AIM: propose design of attractive neighbourhood with both its historical identity and contemporary quality, going from urban scale to ambience design STRATEGY: separating public and private, using perimetrical blocks to introduce yards for semi-public activities, giving priority to pedestrians, introducing bicycle movement in quarter #HASHTAG: #nostalgia, #urban_environment

specialization thesis “RECONSTRUCTION OF WORK SETTLMENT”

08


RESOURSES & CONSTRAINS OF THE AREA GREEN AREAS

RIVERBANK

RAVINES

ABANDONED INDUSTRY

LOCATION IN PERIPHERY

HISTORICAL BUILDINGS

LOWDENSITY

ABANDONED BUILDINGS

CHAOTIC PARKING

RESIDENTAL

INDUSTRY

WAREHOUSES

OFICES FOR RENT

GREEN AREAS

TRANSPORT (AUTOMOBILE) GREEN AREAS

FUNCTIONAL SCHEME

design solutions for ambience

BUSINESS AREA (EX-INDUSTRIAL) RESIDENTIAL, 4-5 FLOORS RESIDENTIAL, 7-8 FLOORS

use of renewable energies

solar energy

*

wind energy

LOCAL GREEN AREAS

BIKE PARKINGS

PUBLIC GREEN AREAS

BUS STOPS

KEEPING EXISTING PLANTS

BIKE PATHS

eco-friendly environment

green spaces integration

MAIN STREETS RESIDENTIAL STREETS OPEN-AIR PARKINGS ENTRANCE TO UNDEGROUND PARKING UNDEGROUND PARKING VERTICAL COMMUNICATION WITH UNDERGROUND BUS STOPS

TRANSPORT (BICYCLE)

systematization densification of living quarters

revitalization of industrial zone

refurbishment for rent

reconstruction into a park

Selected territory is important for city development as a potential inhabitance area yet bad maintained. This thesis was developed as an examplar area for the city redevelopment. After analisys there were found area’s constraints and resources. The big importance was given to make a sense of community

restitution of yards

division of private and public

landmark object

priority of pedestrians

introducing cycling path


COURT#5 ARTIFICIAL STREAM LIBRARY reconstruction of ENTRANCE PLAZA#2 COURT#5 COURT#4 abandoned 50s building PARKING ENTRANCE CINEMA

COURT#3

CLIMBING FACILITY ENTRANCE PLAZA#1 COURT#3 COURT#2 COURT#1


COURT#4

*

Urban ambience solution was based on the idea of inviting posiible inhabitance into a common game to form sense of community: closing the street for cars, making a pedestrian boulevard with riverand ships-related activities and a bit of nostalgia for USSR times in urban furniture design.

ENTRANCE PLAZA #1

ENTRANCE PLAZA #2

LIBRARY


PACIFIC NATIONAL UNIVERSITY /KHABAROVSK, RUSSIA/ graduation work TASK: business hotel design AREA: 48°28’0.40” N 135° 4’29.72” E undeveloped city center area, sloped in direction to the river, green areas around, quiet neighbourhood AIM: propose contemporary design for hotel responding to several standarts + make place useful for neighbourhood as push for development STRATEGY: make a crossroads of city downtown and traditional residential typology for creating “home for travellers”, bringing order and safety to existing green areas #HASHTAG: #crossroads, #mixité, #green

bachelor thesis DESIGN OF BUSINESS HOTEL

09


3-3 20 320 17 600

165

165

2 565

ȼ5

1 800

8 250

7 900

11

200

400

1 220

4 800

445

200

200 1 800

8

2 250 200

2 580

7 900

4

4

14

2

3 570

15

10 200

B/1

4

4

13 4 12

900 3

2 000

1 640

3 700

1 350

200

400 1 350

200 3 100

1 750 5 650

1 800

2 900 2

5

2 000

4 310

2 250 300

1 030

11 400 1 640

200

3

500

1 800

1 600

4

2 580

3 050

870

2 040

9 955

4 200

9

4 600

7 3 2 400

450 1 800

1 560

3

3 390

290 1 800

200

900

2

7 900

900 715

200

1 430

200 2

200

2

3 280

2

2 150

2

200

20 580 3

C/1 715 900 785

400

2 250

1 690

3

8 100

72 0

6

2

3 145 1 540

2 2 870

2-2

7 450

6

1 800

1 530

5 000

8 900

6

1 520

ȼ1 11°

21 200

1 800

1

6

3 110

D/1

200

1 455

1 670

6

1 765

8 100

1 765

3 009

1 720

1 440

E/1

200

5 800

200

5 800

2-2

ȼ4 650

25 210 6 000

4 290

8 100

3 900

6 000

6 000

96 000

1/1

2/1

3/1 3-3

4/1

5/1

6/1

FRAGMENT OF FLOOR PLAN H/2

1/2

D/2 Ⱥ/2

9/2 1/3

F/1

5/3

E/1 B/1 Ⱥ/1 D/3 Ⱥ/3 1/1

6/1 17/1

ONE TYPE OF THE ROOM

TERRACE VIEW

POSSIBLE INTERIOR SOLUTIONS FOR ROOMS

STREET VIEW


PACIFIC NATIONAL UNIVERSITY /KHABAROVSK, RUSSIA/ TASK: design of multiplex (8-9 halls) cinema with particular attention to the emergency evacuation due to building laws for public buildings AREA: 48°28’4.03” N 135° 3’37.26” E strongly sloped riverbank in the city center area, part of the embankment and city river facade. AIM: propose strong lanndmark design with suitable interior spaces arrangement, intuitive orientation inside STRATEGY: physical separation of each video hall from each other, physical separation of different fluxes #HASHTAG: #egg-shell, #acoustics, #fuctional_shaping

study project DESIGN OF MULTIPLEX CINEMA “ZEPPELIN”

10


4

5

6

2’ 1’

1

7 700 6

6 500

000

8 500

Ⱥ

+5,000

45 1 195,75 16°

8 000

Ȼ 56 61,39

48 289,29

55 32,18

+5,000

B 7 500

57 22,44

+5,000

58 23,98

46 42,80

9 500

Ƚ

0,000

59 21,67 7 842

60 24,65

Ⱦ Ⱥ

50 35,91

6 000

+5,000

49 40,32

61 60,94

88 800

9 500

Ⱥ

ȿ

7 750

ɀ

0,000

62 14,28

6 214

53 69,09

63 11,11

ɂ 7 750

54 64,37

Ʉ 51 33,68

+4,100

6 000

+5,000

64 53,50

52 28,82

47 45,20

6 000

Ʌ

SHAPE REFERENCES

0,000

66 8,36

Ɇ 6 300

4 882

65 14,10

ɇ 6 000

67 +3,200 49,38

ɉ

10 990

6 500 4° 21 580

8 210

5 200 9 170

7 120

4 000

61 070

2

1

FUNCTIONAL SCHEME AND EVACUATION

5

3

6

8

7

9

10

2ND FLOOR PLAN LVL. +6.200

1

PEOPLE FLUXES workers evacuation

visitors' area (halls, cloack room, ticket office, exhibition areas) cafe

4

5

internal garden

6

7 700

6 500

2’

vertical communications (elevators, staircases and fire escapes)

1’

1 6 00

13 512

0

1 36,56

16°

3 800

Ⱥ

administrative area

±0,000

technical area

20 17,97

25 39,63

4 700

3 182,80

4 909,99

26 19,74

±0,000

9 58,12

8 000

Ȼ 21 62,70

2 144,51 7 161,10

22 31,85

B

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31 50,66

Ƚ

9 500

As it visible on the reference pictures chosen design solution based on egg shape of each hall, which is good with acoustical performance and visibility of the screen. Next step of design process was creating a box to host required number of ‘eggs’ and aply all necessary fluxes and rooms.

28 33,95

29 100,09

Ⱦ Ⱥ

Ⱥ 9 500

30 99,40

18 28,16

34 80,46

15

ɀ

7 750

0,900

19 39,56

6 000

33 14,16

32 38,67

11 35,91

95 000

ȿ 10 40,32

ɂ 35 80,46

7 750

36 40,77

17 86,18

12 33,68 ±0,000

38 13,89

37 38,66

13 28,82

6 45,20

6 000

Ʌ 39 60,22

Ɇ 6 300

41 32,13 40 63,40

42 37,64 6 500

5 200

8 210

ɇ

43 13,89

44 62,27

9 170

30 750

7 120

4 000

1

2

3

5

6

7

8

ENTERING PEOPLE FLUXES visitors workers caffe loading

9

ɉ

Ɋ 2 930

64 000

1ST FLOOR PLAN LVL. +1,200

6 000

1,800

16

10 990

6 000

Ʉ

6 200

*

27 31,72

8 52,47

5 42,80

7 500

±0,000

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rendering OBR project “HOPE City office Dubai”

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rendering OBR project “Private apartment in Moscow”

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rendering OBR project “Royal Ensign” (India, concept interior 3D)

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photography

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