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Philipp Ohnesorge Dipl. Ing. Arkitekt MAA www.philippohnesorge.com mail@philippohnesorge.com +45 9163 3593 Nordre Frihavnsgade 77 2tv DK 2100 Copenhagen Ă˜

Birth: Nationality: Languages:

05.04.1980 German English (proficient user C2), Danish (basic user A2), Mandarin (basic user A1),

Profile

Experienced architect (+4 yrs) with numerous participations in high-profile international design competitions, among those several 1st prizes. Philipp worked in international architecture offices in Germany, China and Denmark where he was part of and led international competitions with an interdisciplinary team. He gained substantial experiences in executing high profile design proposals within schedule. Further he was in charge of the on-site management of an restaurant interior renovation in Copenhagen as well as the design and planning of an off-grid house in the mountains of Colorado, USA, which is currently under construction.

Selected Projects

www.philippohnesorge.com - Freelance Architect

01.2013 - now

Colorado House - Off-grid house Beijing Car Salon - 2 stage international comeptition Heerup Museum Interior - Exhibition design MadMad Bodega Interior - Design and construction of interior

in construction 1st prize built built

Urban Agency, Copenhagen - Architect 06.2016 - 12.2016 Messe Center Herning - 2 stage competition Amager FĂŚlled - Master plan competition Yangpyongdong, Seoul - Proposal for residential buliding

proposal proposal ongoing

Polyform, Copenhagen - Architect 11.2015 - 05.2016

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Copenhagen Airport T3 - Strategy for redesigning Terminal 3 Sundmolen - Competition for a residential buliding

proposal proposal

SHL Schmidt Hammer Lassen, Copenhagen - Architect

10.2013 - 12.2014

Beiersdorf HQ - Invited 2 stage international competition Tianjing Masterplan - Urban planning competition

2nd round, proposal ongoing


Graft, Beijing - Architect 08.2009 - 08.2010 08.2011 - 10.2011

Teaching / Lectures

Soho CBD, Beijing - Master plan competition Ordos 20+10 - Design for two office buildings

proposal proposal

JDS Julien de Smedt Architects, Copenhagen - Architect intern

08.2008 - 06.2009

Kalvebod Brygge Hammershus Visitors Center - Architectural competition Tour et Taxis - international design competition Mermaid 2.0 - Design commission for a floating hotel concept

1st prize, part of design team proposal proposal proposal

Visiting Professor, UTE Quito, Ecuador One semester visiting professor position at the faculty for architecture and urban planning.

02.2013 - 06.2013

CONAD 2013, Lima, Peru Lecture and one week workshop

08.2013

Workshop: Excuisite cadaver UTE Quito, Ecuador 02.2013 Main external guest critic for design workshop at the faculty for architecture and urban planning City vs. Water Quito + Guayaquil, Ecuador, Lecture

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Concepts and Strategies, Quito + Guayaquil, Ecuador, Lecture 02.2013

Education

CUHK, Studio Urban Digitalics, Hong Kong, guest critic

03.2012

MSc. / Dipl. Ing. Architect, TU Vienna Thesis “IntenCity Hong Kong”, collaboration with Chinese University of HK Hong Kong and Shenzhen University.

2010 - 2013

BA in Architecture, HC Hamburg 2004 - 2008 Thesis “Floating Gallery for the river Thames” with Prof. Sill Master Thesis Research Scholarship to Pear River Delta, China. 2012 Exchange Semester Scholarship, Tongji University Shanghai 2011 Key Competencies

+4 years experience in architectural design competitions including all graphical and CAD content as well as high end 3D visualizations. Experience in managing and leading design teams. Experience in teaching as visiting professor as well as lecturing and leading workshops. Experience in on-site management of an interior construction project as well as supervising the construction of an off-grid house in Colorado, USA.

Software

Rhino 3D, ArchiCAD, 3ds Max, V-Ray, AutoCAD, Photoshop, Illustrator, Indesign 3


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Adaptation III

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MCH Messe Center Herning - Urban Agency

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Beijing Car Salon

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Beiersdorf Headquarters - SHL

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Colorado House

2012

IntenCity Hong Kong

2008

Kalvebod Waves - JDS

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Hammershus Visitors Center - JDS

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House of Arts and Culture, Beirut - JDS


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Adaptation III

Apartment Block, Hernasler Guertel, Vienna

TU Vienna, Master Program Final Semester Studio Thomas Staufer, Astrid Hasler

Master program, final semester design studio MY TASKS: Research to define building’s program, design, production of all final materials including renderings.

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#1 exisitng narrow courtyard

#2 cutting buildings to expand courtyard

#3 continuation of existing roof shape

The first measure to be taken is widening the courtyard by cutting into the existing buildings, giving more air and light into the yard. The next step is to continue the neighbouring roof shape and spin it up around the center of the building to form a high building, leaning into the sun. To access the entrances, gaps are cut into the facade to allow acces fromt the streets. #4 cutting into volume to allow acces to courtyard

#5 building volume

Adaptation III

Residential apartment block, Hernalser Guertel, Vienna How to close the gap in the block without creating another unaccesible and unusable courtyard? How to take advantege of the allowed maximum height without creating a sterile tower that could be placed anywhere? How to create high quality apartments that emphasise on diversity instead of repeatedly stacking one floor on top of each other? The first measure to be taken is the wideing of the inner courtyard by slicing the exsiting buildings, to create a wider yard that allows a green and public use. By expanding the given roof shape and twisting it around the centre, reaching the maximum allowed height we created a building that extends the given geometry and context with maximised usage of the allowed building height. A gap between exsiting and new building mass creates an acces to the inner courtyard that also provides the entrances to the apartments.

On the first two floors a public square invites the public to different activities such as eating, shoppping, etc. It stimulates the exchange and communication between the residents and tries to give the area a more personal feel. The apartments are accesible through a connecting hallway that is facing north. By this circualtion method we provide maximum space for the apartments with a miximised exploitation to daylight. All apartments are douplex apartmetns with partly double height rooms that create a spacious feel. The surrounding buildings are in average not higher than 6 stories but the building code allowes us to build up to 41 meters. This allows the upper apartments a fantastic wide view over Vienna with no neighbouring buildings blocking the view.


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Existing situation No clear entrance to MCH

Vision Connecting MCH with surrounding

Concept Using existing circular shape of outstanding buildings also in our design to define an identity of the central area or MCH

Arrival area There is no clear entrance situation today, also the MCH and Boxen are not connected.

Arrival building We are proposing a building volume that connects MCH with Boxen and at the same time respects the existing hotel building to from a central entrance to the entire areal.

Circular hole We create a formal conncetion to the aerial by punching a circular hole into the building. This circle appears two times already on the aerial, with the third one we define a triangle area which is the center of MCH.

Roof becomes landscape The sloping roof creates multiple scenarios, it creates outdoor areas that are protected by a roof (bike parking, smokers area, etc.) and it also allows visitors to climb up the roof and use it as part of the landscape park.

Defining the entrance The north-east corner is the highest point of the building and marks the entrance. The second floor consist of a restaurant with outdoor terrace. The main entrance is accessible from all sides, the parking lots, drop off area and pedestrian walk from the metro.

Transforming the volume The now generated shape gets pushed down on the edge to allow people to acces the center of the circle and also the entrances. Further this transforms the roof into a part of the landscape and it is accessible form the groundfloor and can be used as restaurant terrace or tribune for outdoor events etc.

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MCH Messe Center Herning

Urban Agency, Copenhagen Invited competition for a connecting entrance buliding for the Messe Center in Herning, Denmark.

Scenario 1: Agromek The entrance building functions as a showroom for a local farmers market where the shape of the building defines the markets areal and creates an enclosed and defines aerial, perfect for a market of local goods.

Icehockey WM 2018 The building will be done on time for the Icehockey WM 2018. The circular plaza could be transformed into an iceskating ring to attract people to use MCH for more then watching the games.

The brief of this comeptition asked for a solution to have a connecting entrance to both the MCH and Boxen, it should create a strong identity to define a new central access point to the whole aerial. How could we create this strong identity without forcing? How could this buliding be more then jsut a connecting entrance building but giving a variety of functions to reactivate the MCH aerial to attract a diversity of different people for different events, from concerts to sports events, farmers markets to conventions, outdoor concerts and festivals. The MCH aerial has two significant circular buildings, by adding a third circular shape, we create a triangle that defines the center of the MCH, an easy to recognize design feature. By pushing the edges of the building up or down, we create a roof that becomes part of the landscape. This allows the roof to be used as public space as well and further extends the multi useability of the proposed design.

Diverse functions fo the circular plaza During the warmer days, the circular plaza can be used for diverse outdoor events, for example public viewing a sports event, or live braodcast of whats happening inside the Boxen - stadium, etc. The different surface materials invite to lay in the grass, play on soft rubber floor, sit on a wooden bench, enjoy one of the playgrounds, etc.

Invited architectural and masterplan competition MY TASKS: Part of the design team, involved from early sketch models (3D and physical) to produce the drawings, diagrams as well as participating in design meetings with partner offices.

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Beijing Car Salon

International Design Competition 2015 1st prize

Approach / design goals Mod e r n sp o r t c a rs re p re se n t e l e g a nc e, d y n a m i s m , m o d e r n i t y a n d h i g h - e n d m a n uf act ur i ng. T hi s we want t o ex pr es s i n t he ar chi t ect ur e and t he chos en m at er i al s . T h e im p o r t a n c e o f t h e d e t a i l s p l a ys f o r u s a m a j o r r o l e i n t h e s u c c e s s o f t h i s d es i gn. A s wel l as t he det ai l i ng i n a hi gh end car i s es s ent i al, i t i s al s o our i nt ent i on w i t h t h i s d e s i g n t o arc h ive s im ila r l e ve l s o f e l e g a n c e an d p e r f e c t i o n . T h e d e s i g n s h a l l e n h a n c e t h e appear ance of t he car, opt i m i z e t he ex per i ence f or t he v i s i t or and l eav e a l as t i ng i mp r e s s i o n . I t s h a l l n o t co m p e t e w it h t h e c a r o r ma k e i t se l f t o o i m p o r t a n t , i t s h o u l d g e n t l y s t e p b a ck and s uppor t t he appear ance of t he ex hi bi t ed car s . Op e n h o u se T h e b u ild in g is d e si g n e d a s a n o p e n h o u s e, a p l a c e t h a t w e l c o m e s v i s i t o r s t o ex per i ence s om et hi ng uni que and s peci al, hi gh end l ux ur i ous car s t hat r epr es ent t he hi g h e s t l e v e l o f c r a f t m an sh ip a n d te c h n i c a l k n o w l e d g e. T h e m o d e r n s p o r t s c a r i s d e s i g n e d t o c o m b i ne el egance wi t h dy nami s m , s om et hi ng we t ook as our agenda f or t he B ei j i ng C ar S alon d e s i g n . Dy n a m ic lin e s T h e d y n a m ic an d flo a t i n g l i n e s t h a t a c c u r e w h i l e a e r o d y n a m i c t e s t s m a k e s o m et hi ng v i s i bl e t hat i s us ual l y nev er s een, t he mov ement of ai r ar ound t he s hape of t he c a r. T h i s i n s p i r e d u s to t h e id e a o f u si n g t h e a b st ra c t i o n o f t h e s e l i n e s a s g u i d l i n e s o f m o v e m e n t f o r t he v i s i t or s ar ound t he obj ect , t he ex hi bi t ed s por t s car. T h e se lin e s f loa t t h ro u g h t h e sp a c e a n d a r o u n d t h e c a r s t o e m p h a zi s e t h e c a r s as t he cent r al el ement of t he s pace. R ef le c t io n W h ile m o v in g aro u n d t h e c a rs, t h e l i g h t l i n e s r e f l e c t o n t h e s u r f a c e o f t h e c a r s and enhance t he v i s i bi l i t y of t he car s s hapes and cur v es . Intim a t e a n d o p e n sp a c e s To c r e a t e a c e rt a i n t e n si o n b e t w e e n t h e p l a c e m e n t o f t h e c a r s , w e p u t t h e m i n di f f er ent pl aces . T he doubl e hei ght s p a c e a c t s a g ra n d sp a c e w h e re t h e c a r s t a k e a c e n t e r s t a g e. T h e s p a c e u n d e r t he mez z ani ne pr ov i des an d t ig h t e r clu st e r o f l i g h t i n g e ffe ct s a n d a g r e a t e r i n t i m a t i c y w i t h t h e c a r s . Desig n la n g u ag e / b ra n d i n g T h e v isio n f o r t h e d e si g n i s t h e i mpl e m e n t a t i o n o f t h e e l e g a n c e a n d p r e f e c t i o n of m o d e r n sp o rt s c a rs i n t o a rc h i t e ct u r e. T h e s p a c e w i l l h o s t s t h e h i g h e n d o f av a ila ble s p o r t s c a rs, so t h e a rc h i t ec t u r e s h o u l d p l a y i n t h e s a m e l e a g u e. T h e m at e r ia ls a n d c o lo rs a re c h o se n t o e n h a n c e t h e i m p r e s s i o n o f t h e c a r s t o t h e v i s it o r a n d p o t e n t i a l b u ye r. Th e a rc hi t e c t u r e s h a l l b e s i m p l e b u t p r e s e n t t o c r eat e a sp a c e t h a t l e a ve s a n i mp re ssi o n o n t h e v i s i t o r. A l s o t h e se c o n d a ry sp a c e s su c h a s t h e b o a r d i n g r o o m , c a f e t e r i a e t c a r e f o l lo w i ng the c r e d o o f el e g a n t si mp l i c i t y. Ti m e l e s s e l e g a n c e s h o u l d s p e a k t o a l l k i n d s o f v i s it o r s a n d ma k e t h e m fe e l w e l c o m e a n d e n c o u r a g e t h e m t o f r e e l y w a l k a r o u n d and ex p e r ie n c e t h e c a rs i n e a c h o w n s p e r s o n a l w a y . Mov e m e n t / f lo w t h ro u g h sp a c e We u n d e r st a n d t h e p re se n t a t i o n o f c a r s a s s h o w c a s i n g o b j e c t s t o t o u c h , t o e x per i en c e, t o “ o w n ”, fo r a sh o rt mo me n t o r f o r a l i f e t i m e. T h e se o b je c t s sh a l l b e p l a c e d i n re la t i o n t o e a c h o t h e r i n s t e a d o f s h o w i n g t h e m as s i ng le, “ o u t o f re a c h ” o b j e c t s. Th e y a r e c o n n e c t e d a n d i n t e g r a t e d b y d y n a m i c l ines t hat flow t h r o u g h a n d a ro u n d t h e sp a c e s , r e p r e s e n t i n g t h e f lo w o f a i r a r o u n d a c a r a s wel l as the f lo w o f p e o p l e a ro u n d t h e o b j e c t s w i t h i n a s p a c e. Ea c h c a r h a s it s o w n st a g e, t h e ro t a t i n g p l a t f o r m w i l l k e e p t h e m i n c o n s t a n t mov ement w h ile t h e lig h t l i n e s c re a t e a l w a ys c h a n g i n g r e f l e c t i o n s o n t h e m . W h e n n o t c ir c ul a t i n g a ro u n d t h e c a r s , t h e l i g h t l i n e s c o n t i n u e g u i d i n g t h e v i s i t or t hr ough ou t t h e s p a c e, t o t h e u p p e r flo o r i n to t h e b a n q u e t a r e a a n d f u r t h e r m o r e i n t o t h e boar d roo m .

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Beiersdorf Headquarters Hamburg, Germany SHL /schmidt hammer lassen architects Invited 2 stage competition for a new headquarter for the Beiersdorf Company in Hamburg. Scope of the competition are the two main buildings plus a masterplan for the “Beiersdorf Campus�

Two stage international competition MY TASKS: Part of the design team, involved form early sketch models (3D and physical) to drawing the facade details as well as visualisations. Further I was involved in the client meetings and presentations to the jury board in Hamburg 21


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Colorado House The Colorado house is a private commissioned off grid house in the Rocky Mountains in Colorado, USA. The highlands of Colorado have a harsh climate, long cold winters with heavy snowfall and very hot and sunny summers as well as strong storms are quite common. The location of the house is far from any settlement or city, only accessible through a dirt road and a 4 wheel-drive car. These factors made the construction challenging, it became necessary to use relatively easy to handle materials such as wood which can be transported easily and cut to size on site. Since the building has to withstand the harsh weather conditions, we decided to use a metal cladding which is robust and low maintenance. The house is completely off-grid, electricity is created from photo-voltaic panels, water comes from a tank and the toilet is a composting model from Sweden. One of the main challenges of the design was to make the house functioning in those harsh climate conditions while still provide open views towards the valley. Our approach is to create a simple box with a tilted roof, allowing snow to slide or melt off. The big glass walls which open up to an amazing view into the valley are set back into the volume to use the roof overhang as a shield to reduce the solar heat gain during peak hours. A big veranda is protected by a roof and offers a breathtaking view into the valley.

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The entrance to the house is located on the north east corner, facing the road. After entering through a small entrance and technical space, the visitor walks through the kitchen into the living room. The living room is open and bright with views towards the south, overlooking the valley. Even the house is held low-key and simple, basic comfort is still provided by a spacious warm-water shower, a big sink and an odor-free toilet. Facing the south eastern corner, the bedroom is located with a connection to the living room. The bedroom has two big windows framing views into the valley and the neighboring mountains. A client’s request was to provide an open platform as part of the house which is suitable for meditation as well as lounging in the open space, protected by a roof, overlooking the entire valley and neighboring mountains.

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views into the valley

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#2 adding north facing wall, giving strucutral strengh and shielding views from the road

#3 adding functional rooms and glass wall

#4 adding roof with overhang to control incoming solar gain


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STRUCTURAL GRID

To tackle the shortage of land, artificial ground on and above the water should be created

Inspired by traditional regional construction principles, the artificial ground is supported by a grid of piles

Hong Kong in mainly built on artificial ground, it has a 150 year history of altering the landscape due to the rough terrain in this area. This made buildable land from early days on very precious and triggered and creative use of surface and space.

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INTERCONNECTIONS/COMMUNITY SPACES/GREEN SPACES Proximity to recreational and community spaces via conecting paths and platforms

The piles shall function in multiple ways, as structural elements, for circulation and for technical supply. The distance of the grid (X) is defined by the ideal distance between cores, to ensure a balance between porosity for sunlight exposure and air, and density.

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APARTMENT LAYOUT To tackle the shortage of land, artificial ground on and above the water should be created

PRIVATE GARDEN/TERRACE

Interconnecting platforms and paths are added to create spaces for public use. They function as connections and paths to allow circulation and access. Green is addes as much as sunlight and space allows. Foliage is used as natural shading and cooling of air.

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HORIZONTAL LAYERING Multiple layers are added with diverse functions according to sun exposure, accesibility and proximity

Horizontal, hirachical layering of functions according to each functions needs. Levels of sun exposure, accesibiliy, views, etc. are parameters that define each position and spacial context


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IntenCity Hong Kong HOUSING

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New solutions for growing mega cities - master thesis project, UT Vienna GARDEN

How to deal with the ever growing spatial demand of our cities? Can the water surface, present in many central areas of our cities today, be seen as an opportunity, as a quality? Did the reality of the apartment block fulfill its promise to provide adequate living conditions for everyone?

NOTE: COLOURS INSIDE RECTANGLES ARE BEST FOR PLANS YOU WILL FIND A SWATCH BASE OF THESE COLOURS IN: P:\JDS\04_DIVERSE\01_LIBRARIES\0221_LIBRARIES\AI LIBRARIES\SWATCH-BRUSH-SYMBOL LIBRARIES

IntenCity Hong Kong is a conceptual design that seeks for ways to solve the growing demand for buildable land by expanding the city above the water in the context of the city of Hong Kong.

HOUSING

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Apartments Community spaces Commercial spaces Educational spaces Recreational spaces

Diagrammatic section

Master Thesis Project at UT Vienna MY TASKS: Master thesis project at UT Vienna, it has been done in 9 month, icluding a 6 weeks research trip to Hong Kong and the Pearl River Delta.

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CLASS ROOMS CAFETERIA LECTURE HALLS OPEN SPACE

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#8 adding residentail units on top of columns

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Architectural competition, 1st prize

MY TASKS: I was part of the design team, involved in the competition phase and later on optimizing the 3D curvature for construction.

JDS

JULIEN DE SMEDT ARCHITECTS

Kalvebod Waves

od Brygge is situated opposite the popular Copenhagen summer hang out, Brygge. Kalvebod Brygge has the potential to be Islands Brygge’s more urban rpart but has, until now, been synonymous with a desolated office address JDS Architects of life and public activities.

Kalvebodwill Brygge situated the popular Copenhagen summer w waterfront be aisplace for aopposite larger spectrum of public activities. Withhang a close out, Kalvebod Brygge the potentialfamous to be Islands Brygge’s ction to theIslands centralBrygge. train station and Tivoli,has Copenhagen’s city amusement alvebod Bølge’ , the ‘Kalvebodbut Waves’ a hub, buzzingwith withaactivity and more urban counterpart has, will untilbecome now, been synonymous desolated ng a chance for the inner to regain its connection office address devoidcity of life and public activities. to the harbour. Constituted by its functionality than itswill tradition, thisforinner cityspectrum site is less than others This new waterfront be a place a larger of fragile public activities. manifests Copenhagen’s contemporary urban waterfront with neighbouring With a close connection to the central train station and Tivoli, Copenhagen’s fas such as the Black Diamond Library and the Nykredit building. According to the city amusement ‘Kalvebod Bølge’, theproject ‘Kalvebod Waves’ofwill become ule themous complex should be park, finished mid 2010. The consists two main a hub, buzzing with activity and providing a chance for the inner city to regain which extend across the water and are positioned with regards to sunlight and its connection to thethe harbour. Constituted more by public its functionality onditions. To the south, pier allows for a flexible space onthan the its water cilitiestradition, to host this events toisthe creative industry. the last Copen10 years innerrelated city site less fragile than othersDuring and manifests hagenhagen’s has developed into aurban stronghold for the class,entities therefore Kalvebod contemporary waterfront withcreative neighbouring such as the proposes an urban showcase that gives organizations, companies, festivals and Black Diamond Library and the Nykredit building. According to the schedule the ocation along the waterfront. complex should be finished mid 2010. The project consists of two main plazas, which across an the active water and are enclave positioned regards sunlightwater and nection withextend this space, water is with created, for to various wind conditions. To the south, the pier allows for a flexible public space on the activities. The plaza and surrounding pontoons provide the necessary facilities water with facilitiesThe to host related the creative industry. se activities to function. flowevents of boats thatto commute to and fromDuring the water so creates an 10 active background and into secures the connectivity of the the last yearsmaritime Copenhagen has developed a stronghold for the creative o the rest of therefore the city. Kalvebod Brygge proposes an urban showcase that gives orgaclass, nizations, companies, festivals and fairs a location along the waterfront. cond square acts as an oasis on the water, providing both proximity and access. In connection with this space, an active water enclave is created, for various creational space, with a beach, allows for a break from the hectic pace of urban water related activities. The plaza and surrounding pontoons provide the neceshere a floating garden is proposed. A maritime park where urban and maritime et. sary facilities for these activities to function. The flow of boats that commute to and from the water hub also creates an active maritime background and secures the connectivity of the plaza to the rest of the city. The second square acts as an oasis on the water, providing both proximity ECT: Waterfront, Urban Plan and access. This recreational space, with a beach, allows for a break from the Competition, 1st Prize December 2008 hectic pace of urban life, where a floating garden is proposed. A maritime park 4 000 M2 where maritime DKK) life meet. ET: 7 000 000urban EURand (52,000,000

T: Copenhagen Municipality, Lokale og Anlægsfonden KLAR, JDS, Niras, Sloth Møller TION: Kalvebod Brygge, Copenhagen Harbor US: Completed August 2013

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Hammershus Visitors Center

JDS Architects

The Hammershus Visitor Center in Bornholm is a paradox: at once a noticeable gateway to the historical site, then a hidden landscape tucked into the hill, finally a dominant and proud corniche, reinterpreting the topography in its own way and positioning itself as a response to its neighboring wonder, the defunct castle of Hammershus.

Architectural Design Competition

MY TASKS: I was part of the design team, involved form early sketch models (3D and physical) as well as producing diagrams and drawings. The visualizations are done by me.

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Architectural Design Competition

MY TASKS: I was part of the design team, involved form early sketch models (3D and physical) as well as producing diagrams and drawings.

THE HOUSE OF ARTS AND CULTURE

LEBANESE-OMANI CENTRE, BEIRUT, LEBANON JDS Architects How to create a house of culture open to its developing neighborhood and city?

The Beirut house of arts and culture is a simple cube of 40 by 40 by 40 meters placed on a hill site in downtown Beirut. The site is excavated to permit to have the desired connections and avoid unnecessary adjacencies. The sout side is accessible from the road, and so is the north side that acts as main entrance to the building. The required program is within the building envelope and is excavated in 3 places to provide public spaces. The concept of the facility is to let the visitor go through the building in an ‘outdoor’ climate. The working and performance rooms are all climatised to the required level but there’s the option of, especially in tempered envenings, appreciate the real outdoor climate while strolling in and out of the controlled zones. A walk through the new Beirut house of arts and culture: This building is a new breath of culture for Lebanon. Its anticipated arrival has raised expectations from all sides of the Arab and mediterranean world. Rather than articulating our explanation around intricate concepts and historical references we have decided to explain our project in simple words and through architecture and the experience of it: From outside, the building appears as a light concrete monolith, precisely excavated on 3 levels to create 3 specific spaces of public interaction. Firstly the building announces its entrance by opening itself up to the Ahmad el Gabbouri road and towards the city. This large open mouth is the main access and where most people will enter the house of arts & culture. The sober access square will be slightly planted to provide shading for people gathering outside. The façade will stay rather minimal, offering multiple opportunities for media projections at night from the facing square. When entering the house of arts & culture one is immediately taken into its active world of creation: the entrance hall is simple and frames the arrival and departure of 2 main escalators climbing a central piranesian space revealing the various connections for the upper programs. The direction of the escalator matches perfectly a vista to the sky outside the building towards the south. Behind the 2 escalators is the access to the cinema on the left and to the administration on the right. The project tries to assemble the public and the staff into one entity where the people linked to the day to day functions of the building, the administration and the curators and creative responsible are all part of the same ‘family’. The opportunity for the house of arts and culture to be a permeable facility that allows for people to enter and meander around its rich facilities was taken very strongly in this project: the most clear urban take was to create 3 voids in the building interconnected to one another by escalators (this solution could also be replaced by staircases) allowing for the public to visit the facilities very casually. The idea was to try to break out with the pompous attitude that some cultural institutions sometimes have and instead propose a porous building for the people of Beirut.


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+6.5

Plans

READING ROOM

READING ROOM

WASTE STORAGE

LISTENING AND VIEWING STATION

LISTENING AND VIEWING STATION

STAFF OFFICES LOCKERS FOR STAFF

ARCHIVES

STORAGE

NATIONAL CINEMA THEQUE STORAGE ROOMS

SECRETARIAT

STAFF ROOM

B

B

A

A

+1

INFIRMARY

SECURITY ROOM

C +13.0 EXHIBITION

C

EXHIBITION +13.0

RESTROOM

C

C

C

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+1

PROGRAMME PLANNING MANAGER WORKSHOP

WORKSHOP

ARCHIVES KITCHEN

DN

DN

TRAINEE

MANAGER

ADMINISTRATION

RESTROOM

C

ADMINISTRATION +2.8

THEATRE & MUSIC WORKSHOP

THEATRE & MUSIC WORKSHOP

REPROGRAPHY

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MEETING ROOM

STAFF RESTROOM +15.0

+15.0

SECRETARY

DN

PRIVAT RESTROOM

UP

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DIRECTOR +4.5 CINEMA-VIDEOEDITING

CINEMA-VIDEOEDITING FOTO LABORATORIES

FOTO LABORATORIES

SOUND STUDIOS

COMPUTER ROOM

COMPUTER ROOM

B

B

B

B

SOUND STUDIOS

A

A

A

A

ADMINISTRATION VIEW

ADMINISTRATION VIEW B

A +27.5

+27.5

SMALL MULTIMEDIA PERFORMANCE HALL

SMALL MULTIMEDIA PERFORMANCE HALL

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

EXHIBITION +13.0

C WORKSHOP

DN THEATRE & MUSIC WORKSHOP

RESTAURANT

RESTAURANT

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+15.0 LARGE PERFORMANCE AND CONFERENCE HALL

LARGE PERFORMANCE AND CONFERENCE HALL

CINEMA-VIDEOEDITING

RESTROOMS

RESTROOMS OUTDOOR

OUTDOOR

FOTO LABORATORIES

SOUND STUDIOS +28.5

+28.5 COMPUTER ROOM

B

B

B

B

A

A

A

A

B

B

BB

B

A

A

AA

A

B

A

DOUBLE DRESSING ROOMS DRESSING ROOMS DRESSING ROOMS FOR MEN

C

C

C

C

C

DRESSING ROOMS FOR WOMENS

C

C

RESTROOM / SHOWERS

DRESSING ROOMS FOR WOMENS

LIGHTING CONTROL ROOM

SOUND CONTROL ROOM

SOUND PROJECTION RECORDING ROOM ROOM

LIGHTING CONTROL ROOM

SOUND PROJECTION RECORDING ROOM ROOM

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+32.0 MEETING ROOM

MEETING ROOM

PROJECTION ROOM

PROJECTION ROOM

SOUND SOUND RECORDING CONTROL ROOM ROOM

SOUND SOUND LIGHTING RECORDING CONTROL ROOM PROJECTION ROOM CONTROL ROOM ROOM

B

LIGHTING PROJECTION ROOM CONTROL ROOM

B

A

OUTDOOR MEETING ROOM

A

B

B

LARGE PERFORM AND CONFERENCE

PROJECTION ROOM

PROJECTION ROOM

BAR

BAR

C

INDIVIDUAL DRESSING ROOMS

INDIVIDUAL DRESSING ROOMS LARGE PERFORMANCE AND CONFERENCE HALL +32.0

C

C

INDIVIDUAL DRESSING ROOMS

INDIVIDUAL DRESSING ROOMS

RESTAURANT

LARGE PERFORMANCE AND CONFERENCE HALL

RESTROOM / SHOWERS

DOUBLE DRESSING ROOMS

DOUBLE DRESSING ROOMS

SOUND CONTROL ROOM

RESTROOM / SHOWERS

SMALL MULTIMEDIA PERFORMANCE HALL

SMALL MULTIMEDIA PERFORMANCE HALL

C

DOUBLE DRESSING ROOMS DRESSING ROOMS RESTROOM DRESSING / ROOMS FOR MEN SHOWERS

MEETING ROOM

A

A

B

B

A

B

B

A

SMALL MULTIMEDIA PERFORMANCE HALL

C

C

SOUND CONTROL ROOM

LARGE PERFORMANCE AND CONFERENCE HALL

LIGHTING CONTROL ROOM

C

SOUND PROJECTION RECORDING ROOM ROOM

+32.0

BAR

SOUND SOUND RECORDING CONTROL ROOM ROOM

LIGHTING PROJECTION ROOM CONTROL ROOM

B

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Philipp Ohnesorge / Works 2008 - 2017  

Architectural Portfolio, Philipp Ohnesorge, Seleceted Projects 2008 - 2017

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