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Rita Nogueira 31/12/1992 +351 91 330 56 41 rngranjo@gmail.com Rua das Torres, nยบ5 - 6ยบ esq. Alfragide PORTUGAL

interests architecture new challenges t r av e l l i n g photography books m u s i c cooking,family & friends

softskills resilience team work will of learning


curriculum

vitae

academic journey Sep. 2014 - Nov. 2015

Instituto Superior Técnico, Lisboa 2nd year of Master in Architecture Submitted thesis: ”+65 Architecture in Portugal: a post-occupancy-evaluation” final classification 18 in 20

Sep. 2013 - Jul. 2014

Univerza v Ljubljana | Slovenia Mobility by the Erasmus Programme 1st year of Master in Architecture

Sep. 2010 - Jun. 2013

Instituto Superior Técnico (IST), Lisboa Degree in Architecture

parallel activities

2015 _ Finalist of IST Management Challenge 2011-13 _Participant in the IST architecture

annual competiton “Semana Relâmpago”

professional experience

HARDSKILLS cad | 3d modelation

Feb. 2015 - Jun. 2015

Colaborator in IAVE, I.P. | Portugal

AutoCad 2D

Aplicator for International Studies

AutoCad 3D

Tests were developed in schools in the northern area of

Revit Architecture

Portugal. e-PIRLS, TIMSS, PISA and TIMSS Advanced were

SketchUp

the studies applied in primary to highschool students.

ADOBE SUITE

Photoshop

Jul 2014 - Sep. 2014

REFER Engineering, S.A. | Portugal

InDesign

Departamento de Construção Civil e Baixa Tensão

Ilustrator

Summer Internship in Architecture

OFFICE | OTHERS

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Jun 2012 - Aug. 2012

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Word

standard layout, to be used in designed CAD

Power Point

pieces within the speciality of architecture. The

Excel

main aim was improving

SPSS

the quality in Project.

Espaço e Desenvolvimento, Lda | Portugal Summer Internship in Architecture and Urbanism

Languages

The internship’s main goal was to create a data basis with

English

relevant information for on going and future projects.

Español

It was also given project support by using GIS software.

Français

Português


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w o r k s

house in azenhas do mar, Sintra, Portugal

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Erasmus residence in baixa pombalina, Lisboa, Portugal

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eco-camping in Barje, Ljubljana, Slovenia

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refugee settlement in Ljubljana, Slovenia

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congress center in parque eduardo VII, Lisboa, Portugal

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Design of Objects a chair to my country

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Detail in Interior japanese tea house in sarajevo, bosnia-herzegovina

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Landscape Architecture Ljubljanica riverside revitalization

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ARQFolium Competition Monsanto ‘s new observatory, Lisboa, Portugal

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realit y Starting with a free plot in Azenhas do Mar, right on top of the cliff to the beach, the proposed exercise was to create a single-family house. This was the first contact with the “home� - the primary unit of housing - during my academic career. The topography and local views were the main factors that influenced the design decisions taken.

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House in Azenhas do Mar | Sintra, Portugal

general view

interior

1. hall 2. dinning room 3. living room 4. office | library 5. room 6. main room7. independent room 8. W.C.

9. common W.C. 10. kitchen 11. storage | laundry 12. patio 13. garage 14. storage 15. cloakroom

bb section

south faรงade

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realit y The exercise theme was the rehabilitation of a building Lisbon’s downtown - Baixa Pombalina - to convert it into an Erasmus Students Residence. With the increasing development and tourist appeal that has been noted in this area of the city and the need to rehabilitate the existing building, this was the chosen location. The theme of multifamily housing was worked on a more specific context, that fits the city’s needs.

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Erasmus residence in Baixa Pombalina | Portugal

general view

(1)

general view(2)

basement plan

ground floor plan

bb’ section

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constructive details

plaster finishing laminated gypsum plate air concrete

cobble

asphaltic waterproofing screen

geotextile filter

thermal insulation expanded polystyrene

shapping layer

thermal insulation expanded polystyrene

plaster finishing regularization thermal insulation expanded polystyrene structural concrete

collaborative formwork regularization thermal insulation expanded polystyrene structural concrete

wood

metallic profile

shapping layer

drain riprap

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Erasmus residence in Baixa Pombalina | Portugal

west faรงade

type floor plan

rooftop plan

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C O M P R E hension Ljubljana has an extensive natural park called “Barje” - which translated means “swamp”. Being a protected area, it’s the home of many fauna and flora species, but it also obeys to constructive restrictions. However, the strong tourist attraction to the site revealed the need for other support structures, since the simple camping was not always a solution, due to the swampy soil characteristics. The eco-camping, is designed to be easily assembled, with modular features, which allow an extension of the structure in the future, if necessary. The materials did not attempt to “hurt” the existing landscape, where the set disappears into the existing vegetation. Wood is the main element to highlight.

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The choosen theme was Eco -Eamping in an area near to the village of Jezero . The project is developed in six units of private space and three units of public space. Each unit has one bedroom and a bathroom and the six share the space for cooking and living . As in a hive, where all combs are united, here, each unit also joins to the other construction by a wooden deck , which is not only a place of transition but also becomes a place to be. The weather conditions of the place also sought to be kept in mind , as a territory quite susceptible to flooding , the eco -camping is slightly elevated from the ground in a pile system . The privileged material was the wood, so that the assembly can be confused in nature and resembles as much as possible with it.

Eco-Camping in Ljubljiansko Barje, Ljubljana | slovenia IMPLANTATION

concept

SKETCH

local

A HIDEAWAY IN THE MIDDLE OF THE MARSH tectonics ambience

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general implantation plan

set view

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vertical pine battens 50x3000 mm air membrane

osb panel 10mm pine wood 100x50mm

rock wool insulation 100mm

air membrane

knauf board 9mm pine wood 100x50mm

oblique pine wood 50x10mm

double glass 14 mm

wooden floor air membrane pine wood 100x50mm rock wool insulation 140mm air membrane impregnated pine beam IPE 300 profile

stake

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+4,9 +4,9

+4,9

Eco-Camping in Ljubljiansko Barje, Ljubljana | slovenia +2,40 +2,40 +4,9

+2,40

SET FAÇADE 1 _ 100 SET FAÇADE 1 _ 100 A A

+2,40

SET FAÇADE 1 _ 100

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SET FAÇADE 1 _ 100

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detail plan

DETAIL PLAN 1 _ 50 DETAILPLAN PLAN11 __ 50 DETAIL 50 DETAIL PLAN 1 _ 50 DETAIL PLAN 1 _ 50 DETAIL PLAN 1 _ 50

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DETAIL PLAN 1 _ 50 DETAIL PLAN 1 _ 50

+5,80 +5,80 +5,80 +4,90 +4,90 +4,90

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+4,90

+2,40 +2,40 +2,40

+1,20 +1,20 +1,20 +2,40

SECTION AA 1_50 1_50 SECTION AA SECTION AA 1_50 +1,20

SECTION AA 1_50

transversal section aa’

+5,20 +5,20 +5,20 +4,90 +4,90 +4,90

+5,20 +4,90

+2,40 +2,40 +2,40

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SECTION BB 1_50 SECTION BB 1_50 SECTION BB 1_50

longitudinal section bb’

metalic fixation grip airtight membrain metalic fixation grip metalic fixation grip zinc membrain plates joint airtight airtight membrain zinc plates joint zinc plates joint

metalic fixation grip airtight membrain zinc plates joint zinc plate 1mm

SECTION BB 1_50

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C O M P R E hension Given the refugee crisis that Europe has been facing in recent times, the developed exercise was a refugee camp in an area located on the surroundings of Ljubljana, Slovenia. The project involved each year of the course, from planning urban design and layout of buildings on campus, public programs, housing and access networks. The main aspects ro take into account were the sustainability of construction by considering renewable/recyclable materials and modular phased construction. Also the self-sustainability of the field, considering small public programs such as shower rooms, barbers, etc., that would allow the autonomy of the inhabitants was considered.

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Nina, Rok, Matic, Ariana, Monika, Dominika, Nastja, Sebastjan, Lejla, Kaja

Multicultural settlement is located on the border1_50 of Ljubljana. We decided to welcome SMALL PUBLIC Sibirija LONGITUDINAL SECTION_FACADE people coming from war zones (Syria, Afghanistan, Sudan and Somalia ) and areas of economic crisis. People from areas of economic crisis will be construction workers mostly from ex-Yugoslavian countries along with students and young families from Slovenia. Something they all have K A JA PREGELJ l 2 in common is their wish to start their life (again). We see our program as a start-up community. LEJ LA HAFIZOVIČ l 2 We would like to return their dignity by providing them a place to stay, adequate health care, SEBASTJAN CVELBAR l 2 education, and opportunity to practice their religion. We see life in our settlement as a commuN ASTJA BOJČ l 3 nity life where residents both receive and give. For example, a group of workers is building the A RIA NA SUŠANJ l 3 settlement, students and young families are working in public programs and immigrants coming MON IKA RAVNIKAR l 3 from war areas are enriching life in the settlement. We expect people to arrive in phases, every DOMINIKA LUŠIN l 3 year the settlement is going to accept 460 hundred people. In the end of a five-year period it will FAKU LTETA ZA AR HIT E KT UR O l 4 | ŠTUD IJ S KO LE TO 20 1 3 / 20 14 l MEN TORJA : DOC. DR. RITA NOGUEIRA host 2300 people in total. After five years new waves of people will keep coming and first year MATIC BANKO l 4 residents will slowly move out. In that way more people will have the opportunity to go through ROK MOTALN l 5 the process that helps them to integrate not assimilate. According to that the settlement is not N INA SAVIČ l 5 going to be built all at once but is going to develop gradually around many open public spaces.

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SMALL PUBLIC FACADE 1_50

SE TTLE ME NT

Multicultural settlement Sibirija is located on the border of Ljubljana. We decided to welcome people coming from war zones (Syria, Afghanistan, Sudan and Somalia ) and areas of economic crisis. People from areas of economic crisis will be construction workers mostly from ex-Yugoslavian countries along with students and young families from Slovenia. Something they all have in common is their wish to start their life (again). We see our program as a start-up community. We would like to return their dignity by providing them a place to stay, adequate health care, SudanWe see life in our settlement as a commueducation, and opportunity to practice their religion. nity life where residents both receive and give. For example, a group of workers is building the settlement, students and young families are working in public programs and immigrants coming from war areas are enriching life in the settlement. We expect people to arrive in phases, every year the settlement is going to accept 460 hundred people. In the end of a five-year period it will host 2300 people in total. After five years new waves of people will keep coming and first year residents will slowly move out. In that way more people will have the opportunity to go through the process that helps them to integrate not assimilate. According to that the settlement is not going to be built all at once but is going to develop gradually around many open public spaces.

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VIEW TO PUBLIC SPACE

Eastern Europe

Slovenia

economic crisis areas workers, students, young families INCOMING PEOPLE

ambience

VIEW TO PUBLIC SPACE

Syria

Afghanistan

Somalia

Sudan

Eastern Europe

war areas war refugees

Slovenia

economic crisis areas workers, students, young families

TO INTEGRATE integrating not assimilating

TO DEVELOP COMMUNITY receiving and contributing

FIVE-YEAR PERIOD INCOMING PEOPLE same opportunities for incomers

STATEMENT

Syria Syria

Afghanistan Afghanistan TO START NEW LIFE returning their dignity

Somalia Somalia

war areas war zones war refugees war refugees

TO START NEW LIFE returning their dignity

Eastern Europe Eastern Europe

Sudan Sudan

TO INTEGRATE integrating not assimilating

TO DEVELOP COMMUNITY receiving and contributing

TO INTEGRATE integrating not assimilating

Slovenia Slovenia FIVE-YEAR PERIOD same opportunities for incomers

economic crisis areas economic area workers, students,crisis young families workers, students

TO DEVELOP COMMUNITY receiving and contributing

STATEMENT INCOMING PEOPLE

FIVE-YEAR PERIOD same opportunities for incomers

STATEMENT

SETTLEMENT GROWING

settlemnt growing plan

SETTLEMENT GROWING

people evolution

PEOPLE INCOME (15 year period)

PEOPLE INCOME (15 year period)

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noise

green area connection

surroundings connection

main axes

SETTLEMENT GROWING

main public connection green connection green protection

area size_138 00 m2

noise polution

connection with green

connection with the sourraunding

main axes

PEOPLE INCOME (15 year period) main public connection green connection housing

area size_138 00 m2

noise polution

location_Rakova Jelša

view

green areas public programs promande squares

connection with green blocks axes

Africa Middle East Ex-Yugo and students Slovenia Public programs

Africa

green protection

Middle East Ex-Yugo and students Slovenia Public programs

connection with the sourraunding

block organization

block distribution

main axes

block division

area organization

AREA ANALYSIS AND CONCEPT

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Africa

green areas public programs promande squares

Middle East Ex-Yugo and students Slovenia Public programs

general organization Africa

Middle East Ex-Yugo and students Slovenia Public programs

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masterplan


SWIMMING POOL GROUND FLOOR 1 _ 100

SOUTHEAST FACADE 1 _ 200 BASEMENT 1 _ 200

SECTION A - A 1 _ 200

I M M I G R A N T S ’ M U LT I C U LT U R A L S E T T L E M E N T S I B I R I J A

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1 _ entrance hall 2 _ reception 3 _ service room for employee 4 _ installation area 5 _ women’s wardrobes 6 _ women’s toilete 7 _ women’s showers 8 _ men’s wardrobes 9 _ men’s toilete 10 _ men’ showers 11 _ swimming pool 12 _ side pool area 13 _ terrace

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Among immigrants there are three major religious groups: Muslims, Christians and Jews. Therefore we planned one religious center, uniting all reSWIMMING POOL SOUTHERN FACADE ligions. Each group is using religious space during different times in a day.

IZ DELAL:

There are 2 main axis - one for Christians and Jews and goes from northeast to southwest and one for Muslims which is facing southeast as is their tradition. All religions only have one common worship space, but they have some identities too - for example the choir, sacristy, the place for calling to the praying - adnan, open entrance for washing and taking off shoes.

LEGEND sports hall 1 _ passage 2 _ entrance area 3 _ reception 4 _ storage 5 _ service room 6 _ women’s toilete 7 _ women’s showers 8 _ women’ wardrobes 9 _ men’s toilete 10 _ men’s showers 11 _ men’s wardrobes 12 _ big sports hall 13 _ small sports hall 14 _ administration 15 _ tribune 16 _ terrace

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Culture and info centre is one of the main public facilities of Sibirija multicultural settlement. It is placed in the center of the location, near the school , In the middle of the object is a big arch hall and open carbort, which continues on the open market place. This center is surrounded by 2 volumes, religious center, main square and other open spaces. where are hiden all the stairways and religious identities. I M M I G R A N T S ’ M U LT I C U LT U R A L S E T T L E M E N T S I B I R I J A There are several programs happening in this buildig - theatre, library, students club, info center and common space for gathering. In the basement are sanitaries, wardrobes and storages; above all these is theatre and big entrance hall, which is a link to the other side.

The light is one of the most important segment in this object. On the southeast f acade in a line of low openings, through which can see theThe musother half of the building is more free - the programs are not separated with walls. On the ground floor is library, students club, common place for gathering, archive, info center and sanitaries. The first floor is entirely library. lims when they are praying. On the south and southwest facade are 2 big openings, which illuminate the altar from 2 different directions. The roof SPORTS HALL NORTHWESTERN FACADE SWIMMING POOL EASTERN FACADE is not isolated and it is covered with dark flat tiles. Through them goes a little light. With all these I wanted to design heavenly space, illuminated The main idea is to mix the programs, but still give them their own working space. There are 5 seen corridors in this big volume - through them you can see on the other side of the object. The building is opening on both sides - to the public square and to the playgrounds and school. for all religions.

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The users of this center would be all races and different age - little kids from school, students, young families, workig class people, elderly ...

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Among immigrants there are three major religious groups: Muslims, Christians and Jews. Therefore we planned one religious center, uniting all religions. Each group is using religious space during different times in a day. There are 2 main axis - one for Christians and Jews and goes from northeast to southwest and one for Muslims which is facing southeast as is their tradition. All religions only have one common worship space, but they have some identities too - for example the choir, sacristy, the place for calling to the praying - adnan, open entrance for washing and taking off shoes.

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In the middle of the object is a big arch hall and open carbort, which continues on the open market place. This center is surrounded by 2 volumes, where are hiden all the stairways and religious identities. supportive structure

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The light is one of the most important segment in this object. On the southeast f acade in a line of low openings, through which can see the muslims when they are praying. On the south and southwest facade are 2 big openings, which illuminate the altar from 2 different directions. The roof is not isolated and it is covered with dark flat tiles. Through them goes a little light. With all these I wanted to design heavenly space, illuminated for all religions.

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| general plan and section

pool

wooden arches

SPORTS HALL 2. FLOOR 1 _ 200

join functions

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LEGEND 1 _ entrance hall 2 _ theater hall 3 _ stage 4 _ library entrance 5 _ students club 6 _ kitchen, place to alert 7 _ info center 8 _ archive 9 _ toilets 10 _ wardrobes 11 _ storages 12 _ library

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sports center

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I M M I G R A N T ’ S M U LT I C U LT U R A L S E T T L E M E N T S I B I R I J A

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+ health center

SPORTS HALL GROUND FLOOR 1 _ 100

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Health centre is one of the main public facilities of Sibirija multicultural settlement. It is placed in the west part of the location, near the highway and a green belt.

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Object should provide basic health care for all residents of the refugee centre.The building is composed of a general part with treatement and patient

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sides basic health care, in the centre are also intented spaces for praticing alternative medicine and psychological help.

religious center

The complex consist of one longitudinal and compact volume broken with atriums. Basic idea is to make strictly functional organization of the small hospital more favorable with open, peaceful and light spaces. Every infirmary has a space for doctor, nurse and a treatement unit opened to the green Health centre is one of the main public facilities of Sibirija multicultural settlement. It is placed in the west part of the location, near the highway and areas on the south. Above the atriums, there are balconies oriented towards the green hill suitable for patient process of healing. a green belt.

SECTION A - A 1 _ 200

Emergency part is defined according to the service path on the west part of the plot. It’s formed like a special unit with separated entrance and waiting Object should provide basic health care for all residents of the refugee centre.The building is composed of a general part with treatement and patient rooms. South facade opens to the nature with two sorts of atrium making itself dynamic with volume composition. North facade is conected with a rooms, laboratories, administration, public canteen and pharmacy and an emergency part with spaces for minor surgeries and severe treatements. Bepublic square and articulated with numerous wooden slats. BASEMENT 1 _psychological 200 sides basic health care, in the centre are also intented spaces for praticing alternative medicine and help.

1ST FLOOR 1 _ 200

The complex consist of one longitudinal and compact volume broken with atriums. Basic idea is to make strictly functional organization of the small hospital more favorable with open, peaceful and light spaces. Every infirmary has a space for doctor, nurse and a treatement unit opened to the green areas on the south. Above the atriums, there are balconies oriented towards the green hill suitable for patient process of healing.

S IBIRIJA

Emergency part is defined according to the service path on the west part of the plot. It’s formed like a special unit with separated entrance and waiting rooms. South facade opens to the nature with two sorts of atrium making itself dynamic with volume composition. North facade is conected with a public square and articulated with numerous wooden slats.

IZ DELAL:

SPORTS HALL SECTION 1 _ 100

2ND FLOOR 1 _ 200

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connect cultures

Among immigrants there are three major religious groups: Muslims, Christians and Jews. Therefore we planned one religious center, uniting all religions. Each group is using religious space during different times in a day.

There are 2 main axis - one for Christians and Jews and goes from northeast to southwest and one for Muslims which is facing southeast as is their tradition. All religions only have one common worship space, but they have some identities too - for example the choir, sacristy, the place for calling to the praying - adnan, open entrance for washing and taking off shoes. In the middle of the object is a big arch hall and open carbort, which continues on the open market place. This center is surrounded by 2 volumes, where are hiden all the stairways and religious identities.

health center

| general plans and section

10

9

| general plan and visualization

The light is one of the most important segment in this object. On the southeast f acade in a line of low openings, through which can see the muslims when they are praying. On the south and southwest facade are 2 big openings, which illuminate the altar from 2 different directions. The roof is not isolated and it is covered with dark flat tiles. Through them goes a little light. With all these I wanted to design heavenly space, illuminated for all religions.

religious center

B

20

19

18

8

BASEMENT 1 _ 200

1ST FLOOR 1 _ 200

B

21 11

10

A

9

8

20

19

18

6

7

SECTION A - A 1 _ 200

SECTION B - B 1 _ 200

A

22

4 11 14

A

5

12

21

6

7

A

3

16 22 23

17 15

14

13

4

14

5

12

3

23

17

B

15

14

2

1

16

13 2

1

NORTHWEST FACADE 1 _ 200

NORTHEAST FACADE 1 _ 200

GROUND FLOOR 1 _ 100

SECTION A - A 1 _ 200

B

GROUND FLOOR 1 _ 100 27

27

26

27

L

27 25

27

GROUND FLOOR 1 _ 100

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

27

26

27

27 25 27

27

27

24

14

27

27

16

BASEMENT 1 _ 200

1ST FLOOR 1 _ 200

17 15

14

27

27

24

14

27

16

17 15

14

27

1ST FLOOR 1 _ 100

LEGEND 1 2 3 4 5 6

main entrance entrance_emergency department reception archive office dental medicine

7 8 9 10 11 12

general practice pediatrics gynecology canteen kitchen pharmacy_storage

13 14 15 16 17 18

19 20 21 22 23 24

pharmacy toilet toilet_disabled service elevator laboratory

x-ray emergency access operation theatre preparation room emergency treatment rooms alternative medicine

25 room for nurses 26 psychological help 27 patient room

27

1ST FLOOR 1 _ 100

LEGEND 1 2 3 4 5 6

main entrance entrance_emergency department reception archive office dental medicine

7 8 9 10 11 12

general practice pediatrics gynecology canteen kitchen pharmacy_storage

13 14 15 16 17 18

pharmacy toilet toilet_disabled service elevator laboratory

19 20 21 22 23 24

x-ray emergency access operation theatre preparation room emergency treatment rooms alternative medicine

SECTION A - A 1 _ 200

25 room for nurses 26 psychological help 27 patient room

NORTHWEST FACADE 1 _ 200

17

SECTION B-B

SECTION B-B

1 _ 100

1 _ 100

NORTHWEST FACADE 1 _ 200

2ND FLOOR 1 _ 200


+2,20

refugee settlement in ljubljana, slovenia ±0,00

FACADE AND SECTION B-B 1 _B-B 50 1 _ 50 FACADE AND SECTION

housing

I M M I G R A N T S ’ M U L T I C U LT U R A L S E T T L E M E N T

S I B I R I JA I ZDEL A L :

SEB ASTJA N

C V E L BAR

l

|

H O U SE

L E T NI K :

2.

l

FAKU LT E TA

ZA

FO R ARHITE K TUR O

l

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LE TO

2 013

/

2 014

l

ME N TO R JA :

YOU N G D O C.

DR.

MATE J

B LE N KUŠ,

FA M I L I E S STR O K .

SVET.

JOSIP

KONSTANTINOVIČ

I M M I G R A N T ’ S M U LT I C U LT U R A L S E T T L E M E N T S I B I R I J A

SIBIRIJA | HOUSE FOR A FAMILY FROM AFRICA (SUDAN, SOMALIA) Concept of single-family house intend for young Slovenian families is based on transforming living areas, which are adjustable to users needs. We put special thought on children, which are now part of all daily activities the whole time, with this important conclusion they are now more active and sociable. At the same time area is used as playroom, while one of parents is working in peace on the other side of the house. Area is flexibly complying with the requirements and activities of young families.

I ZD E LA LA :

I M M I G R A N T S ’ M U LT I C U LT U R A L S E T T L E M E N T

SIBIR IJA I Z DE L A L :

SE B ASTJA N

C V E L BAR

l

|

HOU SE

L E T NI K :

2.

l

FAKU LT E TA

ZA

FO R AR H I T EKT UR O

l

S LOV E N I A N

ŠT UD IJ S KO

L ETO

2013

/

2014

l

YO U N G

MEN TOR JA :

D OC .

DR.

MAT EJ

B L EN KUŠ ,

FAM I L I E S ST R OK.

SV ET.

JOS IP

K A JA

P R E G E LJ

l

LE T N I K :

2.

l

FA KULT E TA

ZA

A R HI T E K T UR O

l

ŠT UD I J SKO

LE TO

The average African family consists of parents and four children. Very often they live in communities of extended families. More families living together with families of their siblings. Most of their free time, people form Africa spend outdoors, activities in the house are rare. My main goal was to create as similar way of life for them as possible, since they are already going through a lot of stress. The heart of the house for a family from Africa is therefore a living room outdoors. Four houses, in ideal conditions populated with extended families, are gathered together around one atrium. In this way, a sufficiently large but still quite private outdoor living room is formed. The house opens up to the atrium with kitchen and living room through glass membrane and allows them to become one connected room in warm season. As the daily activities of children and adults during are quite diverse, I divided the house in quiet area with bathroom, bedrooms and utility and more lively area with living room, study area, kitchen and of course the atrium. Both areas are parted with interesting element of wall / wardrobe, which if necessary can be opened and closed in desks in the living room or the counter in kitchen. At the same time it provides view between kitchen and bedroom and involves children directly in the events. High windows allow light to enter the rooms.

2 01 3

/

2 01 4

l

M E N TO R JA :

DOC.

House1

Living room

Bedroom

DR.

M AT E J

B LE N KUŠ,

ST R O K.

SV E T.

J OS I P

KON STA N T I N OV I Č

House 3 4

Atrium BathroomUtility

Atrium House 2

House 4

2

Kitchen

Bedroom

3

2

1

3

1

THE PRINCIPLE OF OPENING WARDROBE 1 _ wardrobe 2 _ coark board 3 _ desk 4 _ view

KON STA N TIN OV IČ

I M M I G R A N T ’ S M U LT I C U LT U R A L S E T T L E M E N T S I B I R I J A B

SIBIRIJA | HOUSE FOR A FAMILY FROM AFRICA (SUDAN, SOMALIA)

Concept of single-family house intend for young Slovenian families is based on transforming living areas, which are adjustable to users needs. We put special thought on children, which are now part of all daily activities the whole time, with this important conclusion they are now more active and sociable. At the same time area is used as playroom, while one of parents is working in peace on the other side of the house. Area is flexibly complying with the requirements and activities of young families.

I ZD E LA LA :

K A JA

P R E G E LJ

l

LE T N I K :

2.

l

FA KULT E TA

ZA

A R HI T E K T UR O

l

ŠT UD I J SKO

LE TO

The average African family consists of parents and four children. Very often they live in communities of extended +0,00 families. More families living together with families of their siblings. Most of their free time, people form Africa spend outdoors, activities in the house are rare. My main goal was to create as similar way of life for them as possible, since they are already going through a lot of stress. The heart of the house for a family from Africa is therefore a living room outdoors. Four houses, in ideal conditions populated with extended families, are gathered together around one atrium. In this way, a sufficiently large but still quite private outdoor living room is formed. The house opens up to the atrium with kitchen and living room through glass membrane and allows them to become one connected room in warm season. As the daily activities of children and adults during are quite diverse, I divided the house in quiet area with bathroom, bedrooms and utility and more lively area with living room, study area, kitchen and of course the atrium. Both areas are parted with interesting element of wall / wardrobe, which if necessary can be opened and closed in desks in the living room or the counter in kitchen. At the same time it provides view between kitchen and bedroom and involves children directly in the events. High windows allow light to enter the rooms.

housing for young slovenian families

2 01 3

/

2 01 4

Bedroom

l

M E N TO R JA :

DOC.

+0,00 House1

Living room

DR.

M AT E J

B LE N KUŠ,

ST R O K.

SV E T.

House 3 4

J OS I P

KON STA N T I N OV I Č

+0,00

Atrium BathroomUtility

Atrium House 2

Bedroom

House 4

2

Kitchen

3

2

1

housing for somali and sudan families

3

1

THE PRINCIPLE OF OPENING WARDROBE 1 _ wardrobe 2 _ coark board 3 _ desk 4 _ view

A

A

B

GROUND FLOOR (closed) 1 _ 50

+0,00

+0,00

GROUND FLOOR (open) 1 _ 50

+0,00 FLOOR PLAN (OPEN) 1 _ 50

FLOOR PLAN (CLOSED) 1 _ 50 B

A

A

GROUND FLOOR (closed) 1 _ 50

GROUND FLOOR (open) 1 _ 50 FLOOR PLAN (CLOSED) 1 _ 50

+0,00

FLOOR PLAN (OPEN) 1 _ 50

B

FACADE AND SECTION B-B 1 _ 50 SECTION AND FACADE A-A 1 _ 50

+0,00

FACADE AND SECTION B-B 1 _ 50 SECTION AND FACADE A-A 1 _ 50 +0,00

FACADE AND SECTION A-A 1 _ 50 SECTION AND FACADE B-B 1_50

I M M I G R A N T S ’ M U LT I C U LT U R A L S E T T L E M E N T

S I B I R I JA I ZDEL A L :

L EJL A

H A F I ZOV I Ć

| l

L E T NI K :

H O U SE 2.

l

FAKU LT E TA

ZA

FOR

ARH I TE K TUR O

l

ŠTUD IJ SKO

LE TO

WOR K E R S 2 014

/

2 015

l

ME N TO R JA :

D O C.

OR DR.

MATE J

B LE N KUŠ,

ST U D E N TS STR O K .

SVET.

JOSIP

KONSTANTINOVIČ

I M M I G R A N T ’ S M U LT I C U LT U R A L S E T T L E M E N T S I B I R I J A

SIBIRIJA | HOUSE FOR FAMILIES FROM SYRIA AND AFGHANISTAN I ZD E LA L:

After having a deeper look into the way of life of both workers and students, I decided that the main design concept will base on separating the quiet sleeping area from the social area by developing a two-floor house, the first floor being the sleeping and the second floor being the social area due to natural light conditions. To soften the barrier between the two, I decided to add a gallery to the concept, which beside the staircase represents a vertical link between the two floors and makes the house function as a whole. When it comes to the social area, it brakes into three different parts developing different levels of neighbour relations - from open space (joint courtyards) to semi private (terrace) and private (living room), each having its own atmosphere and therefore encouraging different activities.

I Z DE L A L :

LEJLA

H A FI ZOV I Ć

|

l

L E T NI K :

HOU SE 2.

l

FAKU LT E TA

ZA

AR H I T E K T UR O

ŠT UD IJ S KO

5.

l

FA KU LT E TA

ZA

A R HI T E K T UR O

l

ŠT UD I J SKO

LE TO

2 01 4

/

2 01 5

l

M E N TO R JA :

OR

B

2014

/

2015

l

MEN TOR JA :

D OC .

DR.

MAT EJ

DR.

M AT E J

B LE N KU Š,

ST R O K.

SV E T.

J OS I P

KON STA N T I N OV I Č

The terrace can connect to neighbouring terraces if the house next to it is of the same type. If connected they can function as outdoor living spaces, connecting multiple houses and families together. This is very important as many families are extended families that like to live close with one another.

B L EN KUŠ ,

ST UD E N TS ST R OK.

SV ET.

JOS IP

KON STA N TIN OV IČ

SECTION AND FACADE B-B 1_50

LEGEND B

B

I M M I G R A N T ’ S M U LT I C U LT U R A L S E T T L E M E N T S I B I R I J A

ROK

7 M OTA LN

l

LE T N I K :

5.

l

FA KU LT E TA

ZA

A R HI T E K T UR O

l

ŠT UD I J SKO

LE TO

2 01 4

/

2 01 5

l

7M E N TO R JA :

±0,00

DOC.

DR.

M AT E J

B LE N KU Š,

±0,00

ST R O K.

SV E T.

+3,00

5

4

In the middle east families function as whole units. Usually it’s not only parents with (lots) of children living together, but also grandparents. Men can have more than 1 wife (up to 4). The house is designed around the first floor. That functions as the main living area. It combines the kitchen, dinning area and social area into an open interior space. It also opens onto a terrace. This space symbolises the wholeness of the family.

+3,00

A outdoor living The Aterrace can connect to neighbouring terraces if the house next to it is of the same type. If connected Athey can function as spaces, connecting multiple8 houses and families together. This is very important as many families are extended families that like to live close with one another.

2

A

social area _ 1 dinning area _ 2 kitchen _ 3 terrace _ 4 childrens bedroom _ 5 bedroom _ 6 atrium _ 7 bathroom _ 8 J OS I P KON STA N T I N OV I Č

SIBIRIJA | HOUSE FOR FAMILIES FROM SYRIA AND AFGHANISTAN I ZD E LA L:

After having a deeper look into the way of life of both workers and students, I decided that the main design concept will base on separating the quiet sleeping area from the social area by developing a two-floor house, the first floor being the sleeping and the second floor being the social area due to natural light conditions. To soften the barrier between the two, I decided to add a gallery to the concept, which beside the staircase represents a vertical link between the two floors and makes the house function as a whole. When it comes to the social area, it brakes into three different parts developing different levels of neighbour relations - from open space (joint +0,00 courtyards) to semi private (terrace) and private (living room), each having its own atmosphere and therefore encouraging different activities.

A

DOC.

housing for syrian and afegan families

WO R K E R S

L ETO

LE T N I K :

+0,00

FO R l

l

The ground floor is mainly ment for sleeping, washing and storing. On this level there is also an atrium accessible only from the childrens bedroom. As the terrace is ment mostly for quality outdoor family time, the atrium is ment for children to play and socialise with other children from neighbouring houses.

housing for slavic workers and students I M M I G R A N T S ’ M U LT I C U L T U R A L S E T T L E M E N T B

M OTA LN

The house is designed around the first floor. That functions as the main living area. It combines the kitchen, dinning area and social area into an open interior space. It also opens onto a terrace. This space symbolises the wholeness of the family.

FACADE AND SECTION A-A 1 _ 50

SIBIR IJA

ROK

In the middle east families function as whole units. Usually it’s not only parents with (lots) of children living together, but also grandparents. Men can have more than 1 wife (up to 4).

A

A

The ground floor is mainly ment for sleeping, washing and storing. On this level there is also an atrium accessible only from the childrens bedroom. As the terrace is ment mostly for quality outdoor family time, the atrium is ment for children to play and socialise with other ±0,00 children from neighbouring houses.

A

+3,00

3

LEGEND B

2

B

B

6

B

6

social area _ 1 dinning area _ 2 kitchen _ 3 terrace _ 4 childrens bedroom _ 5 bedroom _ 6 atrium _ 7 bathroom _ 8

1

1

LEGEND 1 _ bedroom 2 _ kitchen 3 _ living room

3

7

7 ±0,00

±0,00

GROUND FLOOR 1 _ 50

+3,00

5

4

GROUND FLOOR 1 _ 50

B

B

B

+0,00

+3,00

A 2

A

A

+6,10

8

+6,10 +6,00

A

A

+5,60

+5,60

A

FIRST FLOOR 1 _ 50

B

FIRST FLOOR 1 _ 50

+3,00 ±0,00

A

A

3

2 +3,00 +2,60

+3,00 6

+2,60

6

1

1

LEGEND 1 _ bedroom 2 _ kitchen 3 _ living room

3

±0,00

B

B

GROUND FLOOR 1 _ 50

B +0,00

GROUND FLOOR 1 _ 50

B

FIRST FLOOR 1 _ 50

FIRST FLOOR 1 _ 50

FACADE AND SECTION A-A 1 _ 50 +6,10 +6,00

FACADE AND +6,10 SECTION A-A 1 _ 50 +5,60

+5,60

+6,30

+5,60 +5,20 +3,00 +2,60

+3,00

+4,10

+2,60

+3,00 +2,60 +2,20 ±0,00

+0,00

FACADE AND SECTION A-A 1 _ 50

FACADE AND SECTION A-A 1 _ 50

FACADE AND SECTION B-B 1 _ 50

±0,00

FACADE +6,30 AND SECTION B-B 1 _ 50 +5,60 +5,20

+4,10

+3,00 +2,60

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co N C L U S ion In collaboration with Municipality of Lisbon, was understanded the need for a new congress center to Lisbon. Located in the heart of the city, with excellent access and hotel units nearby, the site proposed by the CML was the Eduardo VII Park, specifically the location of the Pavillion Carlos Lopes. Starting with an extensive program, the center would count with many spaces as a museum/ exhibition hall, library and cafeteria, in addition to auditoriums and meeting rooms. It would be further reinforced the parking area. In addition to improving the infrastructure of the city, the new congress center revitalize the PE VII, bringing life to this area of the city.

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congress center in PARQUE EDUARDO VII

CC'

Lúcia Sebastião Cota 84 (+2.00)

AA'

BB'

with:

Cota 77 (- 5.00)

- av. sidónio pais

C'

20 '

groundfloor plan

A'

DD'

concept

Cota 82 (0.00)

park avenue general view

Cota 82 (0.00)

back general view


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iimplantation


Cota 89 (+ 7.00) Cota 82 (0.00) Cota 77 (- 5.00)

longitudinal section bb

spring elevetion- avenida sid贸nio pais

23

DD'


CC'

AA'

Cota 92

Cota 89 (+ 7.00)

Cota 89 (+7.00)

Cota 90.45 (+ 8.45)

Cota 89 (+ 7.00)

Cota 90.45 (+8.45)

Cota 89 (+7.00)

DD'

BB'

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Cota 90.45(+8.45)

CC'

Cota 84 (+2.00)

AA'

west elevation- parque eduardo vii

longitudinal section aa

plan by the pavilhão carlos lopes’ plataform level

Cota 88.5

Cota 89 (+7.00)

BB'


design of objects During the Erasmus period, for the design of objects subject, we were proposed to draw a chair for our country. Being a native of the northern area of Portugal, called “Trás-os-Montes”, I choose to work in the Douro region. The words next page inspired the chair. A rocking chair, to be on fire, made of wood in the warm tones of the harvest, an important time for this region.

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“fireplace� - a chair to my country

inspiration

concept

Douro

|

developed model

tans

|

ambience

|

vintage

|

fireplace

|

wood

|

swing

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detail in interior The project aims to revitalize an old room of the Fine Arts Academy in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. The proposed theme was a Japanese tea room, which embraced the timeless character inherent in the tea ritual, but also a contemporary space, for a more casual audience. The solution involved two areas. On the entrance floor, were the tatami rooms and more private living spaces. Upstairs, there is an area of “cafetaria�, with tables and chairs, creating a more relaxed atmosphere. The materials that assume a prominent position are the wood, which is used in various components and the oriental patterns on the walls

27


Citrine

Cash Mashine

2.

JAPANESE TEA ROOM Univerza v Ljubljana | Doc. Dr. Peter Marolt Detail in Interior | Rita Nogueira _70074425

Keemun

Camomille

Frozen Summit

Flower Bloomig

Melissa

Pu-erh Cake

Silver Steed

Dragon Mountain

White

Silver Needle

Green Peony

Black

White Booster

6.

Cake Refrigerator

Golden Cassia

Jasmin

Red

Cinnamon

Green

Gunspowder

Roibos

Big Red Robe

Yellow Mountain

Monkey King

2.

4.

Dishwhasher

AA

3.

Hot Water Machine

+4.20 m

JAPANESE TEA ROOM Univerza v Ljubljana | Doc. Dr. Peter Marolt Detail in Interior | Rita Nogueira _70074425

BB

JAPANESE TEA ROOM Univerza v Ljubljana | Doc. Dr. Peter Marolt Detail in Interior | Rita Nogueira _70074425

AA

BB

aa section

BB

SECTION BB Scale 1:25

table lamps

suspended lamp

ambience

BB

ceiling for technical instalations

japanese tea house in sarajevo , bosnia-hercegovina

ambience

0.50

2.81

+4.20 m

0.90

0.90

0.00 m

0.80

1.10 m

0.90

bb section

Garbage Separation

ground floor plan

Sliding Doors

ceramics floor entrance 30x60cm

partition elements

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landscape architecture Ljubljana has a river - Ljubljanica- wich goes along a green path with many places to chill out, rest or play sports. Still, this area is quite underutilized, not taking advantage of its potential. For example, the bike lane was not complete until the city centre, making it impossible to cycle from there to other places. The main task of the exercise was to revitalize it, connecting the existent public facilities as faculties and student dorms with the surrounding neighbourhood.

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Ljubljanica Riverside Revitalization

li

students

co n n e c t

dormitories & local residents

p ro t e c t

make a continuous bike path along the riverside

create spaces where students and local people can meet

keep the actual green spaces by integrate them in the path

faculty

&

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k

p lac e s

p e o p l e

existent green areas and spring

n a IMPLANTATION t u r e p

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intervention area implantation plan and sections_scale 1:2500 landscape architecture | exercise 2

ambience

prof. mag.Peter Gabrijelcic | asist.Mojca Gregorski | asist.dr.Nika Grabar | doc.dr.Alenka Fikfak | Rita Nogueira 70074425

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competition _ monsanto’s new observatory with:

Teresa Neto e Vanessa Formas

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thank you


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