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URBAN DESIGN PROJECT S TA D T L A N D F L U S S CASE STUDY COURTYARD HOUSING

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/ACADEMIC CAREER 10 I 2016 06 I 2016

01 I 2015 - 07 - 2015 11 I 2014 + 01 I 2015

03 I 2013 - 08 I 2016 10 I 2011

09 I 2014 - 06 I 2012

award nomination - WA Award 2016 ‘Gemeinsam Wohnen’ student award - Best of Bachelor University of Applied Science Stuttgart ‚modular stacked houses‘ La Salle - Ramon Llull University semester abroad in Barcelona, Spain Kyoto University external study project case study - courtyard housing

/EXCURSION S TAY A B R O A D

01 I 2016 - 03 I 2016 stay abroad in Latin America Columbia, Panama 05 I 2014 university excursion Finland

University of Applied Science Stuttgart Bachelor of Arts - Architecture scholarship - Johannes-Rau-Stipendium German-Israeli exchange program Federal Foreign Office Gymnasium Korntal-Münchingen high school graduation Mathematics , German, French, politics and economy

09 I 2016 stay abroad in South East Asia Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam

05 I 2013 university excursion Swiss, Germany

10 I 2012 - 12 I 2012 stay abroad in South America Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador, Columbia


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/ REGIN A S T O LZ + 4 9 (0) 157 53 26 9334 RE G IN A - S T O LZ@ GM X .D E M AIERWA LD S T RA S S E 19 7 0499 S T U T T GA RT GERM A N Y JU LY I 28 I 1993 GERM A N

/PROFESSIONAL CARREER 01 I 2013 - 03 I 2013 08 I 2013 - 09 I 2013

VON M GmbH freelancer architecture, spatial design and retail design Bosch Rexroth AG temporary job

08 I 2013 - 09 I 2013

Hochschule für Technik Stuttgart student assistance in urban design II

08 I 2015 - 01 I 2016

VON M GmbH internship architecture and spatial design

04 I 2016 - 06 I 2016

Weber + Geissler Architekten BDA internship architecture

08 I 2016 - 09 I 2016

M + W Germany GmbH internship architecture and clean room technology

seit 10 I 2016

M + W Germany GmbH temporary job

/SKILLS AND COMPETENCES LANGUAGE

German English I C1 French I B2 Spanish I B1

EDV MS Office I very good Adobe Creative Suite Indesign I very good Photoshop I very good Illustrator I good Vectorworks I very good Sketch Up I good Rhino I basic ArchiCAD I good Microstation I basic Revit I basic


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During the process of design pictograms and diagrams can help to explain the conceptual ideas of the project or be used to reflect the conceptual goals as reminders.

A detailed analyse is the basis for the elaboration of a good design work. Therefore not only the work with maps and plans is important, also the visit of the site, taking photos and sketching the impressions of the environment and the surrounding have a significant impact on the development of the task. The idea of the research is to collect different impressions, which could help the advancement. Therefore should be collect a cluster of different topics.

By simplyfing the main charachteristics the project like the enterance situation, access, movement, form and technical and climatical concepts is explained.


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Models are an important component in the design process and help to transport the architectural idea of every project.

Sketching is one of the instruments by which an architectural concept is conveyed only by a minimum of drawn lines. Furthermore it can be a great tool to consider different design approaches and to review several perspectives.

Models and working models serve to review the integration in the urban context, the development of heights and the impact on existing spaces as well as the perception of the designed interior spaces.

For me sketching, besides being a great pleasure, is a simple way to exchange and clarify my ideas, bring them on paper and hence make them understandable for others.


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/DESIGN LAB I The task is to find an appropriate answer to the spatial dialog between three different professions, a poet, a politician and a mathematician, who are related in a common area. The complete arrangement of spaces is dependent on a basic proportion system, which dictates the ratio of every built element and the

relation between those. The ratio describes the reference size of 1:1.62, whereby the spatial depth is equal to the third selectable size. To organize the professions in relation to each other and the situation of the topography, there is the need of a context. The common area as the central and communication space is representing the society. The three professions are organized in the


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central space in relation to their need of a societal system to practice their profession. The Poet and mostly the Politician are orientated towards the society, the common area, whereas the Mathematician refers to the nature and the exterior space. Consequently it is possible to define completely different functional spaces and hie-

rarchies with only one proportion system. In the second phase the spatial concept, which has so far worked on proportion and interior organization, obtains to topography. The overarching goal is to find a justifiable location on the cliffs. In the context model the different location had been examined regarding to illumination, orientation and the interaction with the topography.

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/EXHIBITION LINE The concept of ‚EXHIBITION LINE‘ is based on the task to create a new meeting and exhibition space for the department of Architecture and Design. It is located next to the new building of the University of Applied Science Stuttgart. Therefore two different spaces were developed: /1 space for creative working and communication /2 presentation area and exhibition space

The new building should have a wooden structure with an aesthetic demanding, replying to the need of a representative building for the Architecture and Design Faculty. The accessibility of the building and the spatial organization react to the urban structure and the intensive dialog with the adjoining buildings of the University of Applied Science. The organization by a modular grid divides the building in 3 different zones: /1 access and distributor zone /2 technical zone including the vertical development /3 multifunctional area for meeting, exhibition and presentation


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facade The appearance of the exterior skin has to respond to the need of a representative character. The shorter facade is constructed with aluminium panels, picking up the system of the building of the Faculty of Architecture next door. Therefore the pattern of the horizontal and vertical surface of the concrete facade is kept.The facade facing the other building and the frequented road gets an individual design printed with a repetitive picture of an abstract city. Furthermore the pattern on this facade not only gives the whole building its character, it also generates a comfortable atmosphere. The repeating openings on the facade along the horizontal slaps guarantee the ventilation.


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attica roof greening roof top insulation doppel PE slide fibreboard (tripellayered) secoundary beam main beam wooden column structual glazing facade incl. opening

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15 flooting floor (screed) incl. under heating system 14 sound insulation 13 fibreboard /tripellayered) 12 secoundary beam 11 main beam 10 wooden column 9 structual glazing facade incl. opening

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/ construction The wooden construction is based on a regular grid which defines the three spaces, their combination, as well as the structual glazing fassade. The complete structure is based on a concrete socket similar designed to the base of the building of the Faculty of Architecture. As a result the visitor gets the im-

pression the two buildings, even constructed in a different material are belonging together. The wooden construction works with a strigent hierarchy and a minimum of different connection, which replies to the high demanded standard of design. The floors are out of concrete including floor heating system generating with the well thought ventilation and the facade system very good climatic interior conditions.


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/SCULPTURAL ARCHITECTURE With the ‚Spree Studios‘ in the city district Rummelsberg in Berlin the ‚kunstfreunde‘ realized their first project. This area has been a major attraction in the late 20‘s - the public swimming pool of Lichtenberg was located here with more than 17.000 visitors per day. In the 50‘s until the beginning of the 90t‘s the costumers administration of East Germany was located in this area to observe the river territory. After the fall of the Berlin Wall the site was mostly unused, until the ‚kunstfreunde‘ regained this area for themselves. In the meantime the area with a great view to the opposite spree park and the ‚Haus der Jugend‘ was used by creative people, organizers, freelancer and free thinkers. In the background of the site there are studios established in the existing buildings and the unused spaces are very suitable for exhibitions, parties and events. To complete the arrangement of spaces, the task of this project is to integrate and design a new restaurant complex with 150 sqm. It will be located next to a viewing tower on the existing platform of the old swim tower. The architectural design should add value to the creative atmosphere of this area so that a location of inspiration, exchange and positiv attitude towards life arises. The combination of the viewing tower and the restaurant are following the central idea of creating two elements as a dualism, which are communicating in the same language: / the sculptural idea The architectural concept has to be thought out consequently in the formale language, construction, material and details Therefore the construction and climatic behaviour are important in the design process of the restaurant and the viewing tower.

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form of the tower become an adventure. The construction aims the integration of staircases and viewing platforms as well as the perseption of the building as a sculptural appearance. The material steel and expanded metal are inspired by the previous existing swim tower. The detailed construction is simplified and well thought out to develop an sustainable concept and to express the sculptural idea. 5 Stahlschwert 100/10 6 wetterfester Baustahl Kassentten, d = 10mm 7 Absturzsicherung U-Profil 50/25/2 8 Streckmetallfassade 9 Detan Halfensystem DT-S460 12

The construction of the tower is based on the concept of the symbiotic movement and the changing view from the river side to the green area. The two elements are related to each other. In the the upper floor the crossing over a bridge is possible. Therefore the complete visit and the different views from every plat/ viewing tower Detailschnitt M 1:5 1 2 3 4

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/restaurant The spatial concept of the restaurant is defined by three different areas: / 1 covered exterior space to extend the interior spaces by opening the complete facade and developing a well-working sun protection, however linking the restaurant to the mainland. / 2 technical zone including functional areas

/ 3 sculptural zone with four specifically designed columns in line with the viewing tower The specific volume and shape of the columns is emerged from the path of the forces and the behaviour of the roof top. Between the sculptural and the technical zone there is a multifunctional space, which is mostly characterized by the folded roof top and the structural zone made by corroded iron steel.


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W H AT E V E R I S FITTED IN ANY SORT TO EXCITE THE IDEAS OF PAIN AND DANGER, T H AT I S T O S A Y, W H ATEVER IS IN ANY SORT TERRIBLE, OR IS CONVERSANT ABOUT TERRIBLE OBJECTS ...IS A SOURCE OF THE SUBLIME. EDMUND BRUKE


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The competition of the Gutenberg Museum in Mainz, the museum of scripture, writing and printing, was offered to find a architectural answer for the integration of the various aged buildings in a new complex for the museum. A significant influence plays the urban context and the connectivity to the town hall square through the museum, as well as the formal architectural language of it‘s complete appearance. The conceptual idea for the museum is to pick up the city plan before the Second World War and rebuilt it on the footprint of the existing buildings. As a result the city block is closed again, an efficient interior circulation through the museum, the library and the administration is possible. In the

center of the museum the green courtyard is located which combines the more public area in the ground floor, producing space for the museum cafe and wides up in the upper floors to support the communication of the different areas. The new facade of the museum, designed of per-fabricated concrete tiles in the style of the printing panel, constructed by Johannes Gutenberg, integrates the building of the ‚Römsiche Kaiser‘ from the 18 century in the complex. The configuration of the tiles can be used creatively to submit data about the Gutenberg Museum. Furthermore the concept reacts to the demand that the museum should open to the public during the renovation period. Therefore the museum is divided by two and the renovation starts with the recent built area and the basement with the storage spaces.


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/MOHO The concept of ‚MOHO‘ is based on four abstract overarching goals, related to our community, social life and behavior and the contemporary urban needs. Under permanent reflection of them the concept of the modular stacked house was developed. goals of modular stacked houses : /1 Flexibility is not only the main achievement in this project it also relates to the need of rapid change of life situation nowadays. The term flexibility means to gain spaces which are attractive to a big circle of addressees with a different understanding of way of life. Therefore should be produced different variations of apart-

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ment sizes and units with largely neutral uses and the possibility of the increase and the reduction of space. /2 Homestead and ownership describe the positive aspects from row house typologies, the situation of the individual access to every housing unit as well as the definition of the entrance area and the private exterior spaces with varying qualities. /3 The social life and community life is evolved from the bottom-up principle, from the individual room to the overarching urban concept of the area, the support of the community life is paramount in the configuration of the floor plans and the urban concept. /4 The identity and the membership of the inhabitants of the area are depending on the size of the area, defined by the building structure, materials and the quality of the area.


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/ typology The concept MOHO is based on the development of row house typologies into a new and innovative type of housing, keeping the positive aspects - private exterior space and an individual entrance to each housing unit, as well as a small footprint to built low budget and creating a more dense urban area.

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In a case study different row house typologies and the interaction of them had been analyzed, to evaluate the most efficient combination: TYP S and TYP M By simplifying the basic concept of the row house, creating sequences, the repetition and the fusion of TYP S and TYP M, the modular stacked house results. Due to the merge of different levels and the possibility of

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the separation and integration of the staircase to both types, the MOHO creates various forms of living combinations from 40 sqm to 100 sqm and and associated exterior spaces. The systematology reaches the maximum of neural and functional space therefore this concept of living is able to suit to the desires and need of the inhabitants, as well as the subsequent modification.


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/ urban design concept The urban concept is based on a fluent movement through the residential area. Two horizontal axes allow the extension of the living area to the West and the East. The vertical axis which is joining the horizontal axes and creates squares ensures the good connectivity to the the surrounding - in the North to the street and

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more futher the city Freiburg and in the South the connection to the green exterior spaces. Characteristic for this area is the expansion and the narrowing of the urban space as well as the height systematology of the cubes. By stacking the living units, the area  is able to react to the high demanded urban density and due to the height offsets it is possible  to create different types of exterior spaces with various qualities.

To structure the publice space in private, semi-private, semi-public and in public space the  living units are placed on concrete sockets with an access by pre-frabricated concrete steps to define the indiviual enterance. With this height levelling it is well and sensitive dealed with the situation of access, the green exterior spaces of the ground floors and the definition of the private areas.


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/ construction The desire of flexibility and simplification is rediscovered in the construction, the selection of material and the appearance of the facade of MOHO. The complete area of MOHO is based on a repetitive grid, done in steel, which is based on a concrete socket. The steel framework is drawn through the com-

plete area and all levels, which guarantees a modular structure. Because of the repetition of the same elements in the floors and the modular structure of the facade the construction cost are reduced to a minimum. The shorter facade is covered by aluminium panels and the facade facing to the North and to the South is designed translucent, covered by polycarbonate. Only the common areas are

communicating trough generous window with the exterior. In the individual retreat area, the inhabitants have the possibility to open translucent windows to guarantee the ventilation. Due to the modular system it is possible to respond to the wishes of the user by creating two-storey heights, to connect the living area with the other area even more and to increase the sense of space and freedom.


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