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ANTONINA SALMINA Date of birth 21.04.1990 Nationality: Russian Adress: Forhåbningsholms A 53, Frederiksberg C, 1904 Denmark Phone: +45 71 53 86 76 antonina.salmina@gmail.com

WORK EXPERIENCE 04/2017 - present

Architect WE Architecture, Copenhagen, Denmark

05/2015 - 02/2017

Architect CEBRA Architecture, Aarhus, Denmark

06/2013 - 07/2013

Architect (internship) Andrea Caputo Architecture office, Milan, Italy

06/2011 - 07/2011

Architect (internship) Architecture office “Archstroydesign”, Moscow, Russia

EDUCATION 09/2012-04/2015

Politecnico di Milano Master of Science in Architecture Sustainable Architecture of Multiscale Projects

06/2010 - 07/2012

Moscow Architectural Institute (State Academy) Specialist Degree in Architecture Architecture of Residential and Public Buildings

09/2006 - 06/2010

Moscow Architectural Institute (State Academy) Bachelor of Architecture Architecture of Residential and Public Buildings

LANGUAGES Russian: English: Italian: Danish:

native language fluent upper intermediate basic level

SKILLS AutoCAD Revit Rhino

Vray Photoshop SketchUp

Indesign Illustrator ArchiCAD


PROFESSIONAL PROJECT

D O G S H E LT E R MOSCOW, RUSSIA

Lead Architect: WE Architecture Landscape Architect: MASU Planning

2017


The function is reflected in a light structure situated in the mids of a forest. The building is organised as a 1-story pavilion, creating a sequence of courtyards. The courtyard scheme makes it possible to avoid the “jail-like� fencing which is often associated with dog shelters. One of the main focuses of the project is to create a simple yet elegant structure that emphasizes the feeling of being inside a pavilion. The structure consists of a combined steel, wood and concrete structure. The steel pillars and beams support an elegant wooden roof structure with tall rafters. Concrete walls serve as stabilising elements. The rafters emphasize the roof and the building becomes a subtle threedimensional mosaic. They form a unifying element that gives coherency to the project. Visually, the roof is floating over the building, giving the impression of a light shelter in the middle of the forest. When viewed from the outside, the rafters allow the roof line to appear elegante and slim. This gives an airy feeling and blurs the transition between inside and outside. At the same time, the overhang works as a sun screen in summer and as an exterior cover on rainy days.


PARK AND INDUSTRY Integrating the project area as a part of the park and sheltering against the industrial area towards the south

NETWORK AND FUNCTION Becoming part of the network of paths and functions of the Meshchersky Park

TERRAIN The site slopes downwards from the industrial area towards Meshchersy Park

PROTECTED TREES There is a considerable amount of preservable trees on the site

BUILDABLE AREA The construction area is limited by a crossing of waterpipes MASTERPLAN


BUILDING CONCEPT

INTERIOR SPACE

COVERED EXTERIOR SPACE

OPEN SPACE - NOT COVERED


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AERIAL VIEW


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PROFESSIONAL PROJECT

B AV N E H Ø J Y O U T H H O U S I N G COPENHAGEN, DENMARK Lead Architect: WE Architecture Engineers: JN Construction Drias Ingeniører 2017


The exterior of the building is a simple combination of two blocks. The facades are composed of wooden mosaiques that shelters the private and semi-private spaces, where the students will be able to extend their residence out into the green, outdoor surroundings, and also give the building a poetic, warm and vivid expression. The lamellas are designed within a consisting frame system, that altogether creates a balanced variety due to its horizontal - vertical directions. The apartments are detailed with raw and rough materials giving them a unique and personal feeling.


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FLOOR PLAN


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PROFESSIONAL PROJECT

SMART SCHOOL IRKUTSK, RUSSIA Lead Architect: CEBRA Architecture Architect: UNK Landscape Architect: VEGA Landscab Engineer: NIRAS Educational consultant: Smart School Project 2017


The Smart School educational complex will have room for 1.040 students, aged from 3 to 18 years, a staff of over 400, divided into several professional groups, and outside users. The complex consists of a pre-school, junior school and high school as well as cultural, leisure and health centres, which are accessible to the public. The school puts great emphasis on diversity and inclusion so that a minimum of 15% of the student body is reserved for orphans and children with limited physical capabilities. Therefore, a part of the site will contain a special settlement, where the orphaned children live with their foster families. The buildings are connected by a large roof surface with distinctive eaves, which gives the complex a recognisable identity and creates a series of roofed outdoor areas between the offset volumes. These zones dissolve the boundary between the indoor and outdoor spaces by creating a diverse transitional zone for learning and physical activities, play, social interaction and relaxation. Special emphasis is put on the spaces in between the buildings. They are programmed for a double purpose in order to utilise their potential as both access points and links between different functions. These roofed common spaces combine the elements of intimacy and contextualisation that tie the wider complex of school buildings, the central campus and the landscape together.


SCHOOL YARD

AERIAL

MAIN ROUTES

LINKS AND ACCESS POINTS

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CEBRA - NIRAS - VEGA - UNK

ACTIVITY ZONES

ACCESS SCENARIOS

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RELIEF DIAGRAM

WATER MANAGEMENT DIAGRAM

ZONING DIAGRAM

SEASONAL PLANTING DIAGRAM - SPRING

SEASONAL PLANTING DIAGRAM - SUMMER

SEASONAL PLANTING DIAGRAM - AUTUMN

INFRASTRUCTURE DIAGRAM

SEASONAL PLANTING DIAGRAM - WINTER


COURTYARD

MORPHOLOGY

CEBRA - NIRAS - VEGA - UNK

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Elevation West

Elevation North

ATRIUM

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LONGITUDINAL SECTION

CROSS SECTION

SOUTH ELEVATION

Pre-school

High school

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Administrative center


COURTYARD


ROOF PLAN

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Visualization: Smart School. Stair of Knowledge. Junior School

LIBRARY

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J7 • EXPERIMENT ROOM FOR SCIENCE PRACTICE LESSONS Visualization: Smart School. Playing zone, Junior School. PLAY ZONE

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Visualization: Smart School. Work places along rail. Information desk in front of library.

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ACADEMIC PROJECT

SEASCAPE MUSEUM TENERIFE, SPAIN 1st year Master of Science Group project with A. Tolopilo 2012-2013


On an urban scale the project is aimed to connect one of the main transportation arteries that approach the city of Puerto de la Cruz with the historical center and the seashore. The area is located between the dense urban development of the city and an open space of agricultural fields, therefore allowing to see it as a transport zone between two environments. Using existing urban voids formed along the Barranco a system of open public spaces is established, filled with a variety of functions and united by one path. Sharp geometry of the landscape design was chosen to create a vivid contrast with the surrounding environment, emphasizing the softness of Tenerife natural landscape lines. Dimensions of a modular grid correspond with the existing urban development and agricultural traces. The project consists of a research center and seascape museum buildings located on a steep terrain close to the seashore. The museum building works on different levels creating a system of visual and physical connections between the sky and the ground as well as the sea and the city. Its arched shape opens towards the sea marking the entrance to the main site.


MASTERPLAN

DIAGRAM OF BUILT UP SPACES

DIAGRAM OF CONNECTIONS

DIAGRAM OF GREEN SPACES


LIGHTING MASTERPLAN

Sections


SEASCAPE MUSEUM BUILDING

Facade

Section A-A

1 floor

Ground floor

Ventilation

Solar orientation

Rain water use


ACADEMIC PROJECT

MOSCOW PERIPHERY ‘ECO COLZO’ MOSCOW, RUSSIA Master of Science Thesis Project 2014-2015


It is very likely, considering the population growth in a recent years, that Moscow is on the way to becoming a megacity; and that can only mean that the old system of hierarchy has to be modified. Moscow is an extremely monocentric city with a clear radial structure. Most important functions and activities take place in its historic core, which recently cannot sustain the conditions of the city’s rapid growth. Increasing population is compelled to move every day to or through the center which is relatively small in comparison with the scale of the city (it occupies only 9,6% of the total area). The current situation could only generate a number of serious problems. In recent years problems of traffic, overcrowded public transportation, noise and air pollution; put the city’s effective functioning in jeopardy. Meanwhile the territories of the periphery between the Third Ring Road and the Moscow Ring Road with an immense potential stay overlooked. Although the urban tissue of the periphery appears to be monotone it is not homogeneous. A number of districts have started to show signs of centrality in a form of a higher concentration of active urban life by comparison to the rest of the periphery. The project is aimed to use the potential of the developing centralities, by interweaving the districts with the ecosystem of Moscow in order to redirect attention from the center and at the same time improve the living quality of the city’s largest part.


Position in the world GENERAL INFORMATION

Position in the world

Position in the world

Position in the world

Total area of the country 17.075.400 sq. km Capital and largest city: Moscow

Federal districts of Russia

Total area of the country 17.075.400 sq. km Capital and largest city: Moscow

Total area of the country 17.075.400 sq. km Total area of the country 17.075.400 sq. km Capital and largest city: Moscow Capital and largest city: Moscow

Federal districts of Russia Federal districts of Russia Federal districts of Russia

Largest cities, located in Europe

Largest cities, located in Europe

Largest cities, located in Europe

Largest cities, located in Europe

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authority. The problem is that this

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1091 sq. km. area of Moscow before 2012

while the territories of the periphery between the Third Ring Road and the

2511 sq. km. area of Moscow after 2012 increased 2,4 times

Moscow Ring Road with an immense potential stay overlooked.

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INFRASTRUCTURAL SYSTEMS INFRASTRUCTURAL SYSTEMS Metro

Metro

Motorways

Motorways

Railroads

Railroads

Water

Water

MORPHOLOGY OF THE PERIPHERY

MORPHOLOGY OF THE PERIPHERY Urban tissue

Urban tissue

Housing provision

Housing construction

Period of mass govermental housing construction

MODERN HOUSING TYPOLOGIES Starting from 2008

Starting from 2003

Starting from 2004

Starting from 2006

Starting from 2008

Starting from 2006


SPACES WITH A HIGH CONCENTRATION OF ACTIVE URBAN LIFE Spaces with a high concentration of active urban life

Sokol Sokol - Transport accessibility (formed on a - Contains a large amount of small green - Contains a large amount of small green spac - Transport accessibility (formed on a transport carcass spaces of highways) transport carcass of highways) which allow creating a cozy a cozy environment, contrasting with - Largeamounts amounts ofof pedestrians and auto - Large pedestrians andtransport auto transit environment,creating contrasting with the dynamic movement on the highways transport transit movement on the highways through the area through the area

Old Cheryomushki Old Cheryomushki which create a unique urban environment The district was originally build for university - Closeness to the center created an - The district-was originally build for - Closeness to the center created an impulse for its development impulse for its development university workers and was - Transport accessibility (formed on a transport carcass of highways) considered prestigious, thus accommodates a - Transport accessibility (formed on a considered prestigious, thus accommodates educated middle class population - Close to the point of of public life concentration (3 metroastations transport carcass highways) certain layer of educated middle class nearby)to the point of public life - Close population - Dormitories for students of two major unive An inflow young people stimulate concentration (3 metro nearby) Dormitoriesthe forarea. students ofoftwo major - Location in a dense urban stations environment of objects with-different - Location in a dense urban environment of universities are situated in the area. An different cafes and clubs function creates many cross communications in the streets and objects with different inflow of young people stimulates the squares, creates which create a unique function many crossurban environment opening of different cafes and clubs communications in the streets and squares,

CENTRALITIES FORMED BY INNER FACTORS Centralities formed by inner factors

Izmailovo Izmailovo - The center of the district is formed by the deveopment-in ForMoscow, many years a largest commercial deveop - The center of the district is formed by the XVI century imperia XVI century imperia manor situated on the “Cherkizovsky“Cherkizovsky Market”, was placed in the Market”, was placed in the dist manor situated on the lake island and the pseudo historical lake island and the pseudo historical district. Being a city inside a city, it had its a city, it had its own infrastructure and author Kremlinbuild build ininthe TheThe cultural capacity of the zone leads to Kremlin the90s. 90s. cultural own infrastructure and authority and was 2009 due the violation of of sanitary, safety an capacity of the zone leads to its closed in 2009 due totothe violation its independency from the city’s center independency from the city’s center sanitary, safety and trading standards. By ex-marke By the moment the vast area of the - An enormous hotel “Izmailovo”, built in the soviet period, also - An enormous hotel “Izmailovo”, built in the moment -the vast area of the ex-market Location of the park, supplemented with the impulse for the area’s development thecreated sovietanperiod, also stays empty in the close proximity to the dist created an impulse for the area’s - Location of infrstructure, the park, supplemented with MOSCOW ECOSYSTEM development the recreational infrastructure, in the close - For many years a largest commercial proximity to the district Third Landscape

Hydrographic network supporting the vegetative system

Area with the potential for creating a framework structuring the city’s landscape

Maryino Maryino In Maryino apartments were not given - Ground and first floors in the buildings in the - Population withananinitially initially higher income, away sold. - Population with higher income, compared to the but actually compared to the - Ground anddesigned first floors in the buildings in to accommodate commercial population of the adjoining districts. The reason of this separation population of the adjoining districts. The the area were originally is that right after the soviet period most of the population was able facilities reason of this separation is that right after designed to accommodate commercial - Dense road network allows the district to fu acquireperiod ownership of the donated by thefacilities thetosoviet most ofapartments the population was able to acquire ownership of the were not given - Dense government for free. In Maryino apartments awayroad network allows the district to function effectively apartments donated by the government for but actually sold. free. - Ground and first floors in the buildings in the area were originally designed to accommodate commercial facilities - Dense road network allows the district to function effectively

MOSCOW ECOSYSTEM MOSCOW ECOSYSTEM

Hydrographic network supporting the Hydrographic network supporting the vegetative system Third Landscape vegetative system Third landscape

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Area with the potential for creating a Area with the potential for creating a framework framework structuring the city’s landscape structuring the city’s landscape

Centralities in the ecosystem supported by a vegetative framework Centralities in the ecosystem supportedby a vegetative framework

Strategy of minimal impact ecosystem transformation Strategy of minimal impact ecosystem transformation


FUNCTIONS AND ACTIVITIES

STAGES OF DEVELOPMENT

Types of inervention

Forest zoning Temporary green areas

TYPES OF INTERVENTION

Water purification

Highlight natural vegetation Greenhouses and kitchen gardens Green spaces free from human influence

Reuse of abandoned structures Developing spaces between the buildings

Forest zoning

Highlight the natural vegetation Te m p o r a r y g r e e n a r e a s Greenhouses and kitchen-gardens Water purification Green spaces free from human influence

Reuse of abandoned structures

Developing spaces between the buildings

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MASTERPLAN


CASE STUDIES Industrial I n d u s t r i a l z ozone n e “ D e g“Degunino-Likhobory” unino-Likhobory” 5 5 ° 5 1 ’ 2 4 ” N 3 7 ° 37°33’8”E 33’8”E 55°51’24”N

SECTIONS SECTIONS

Ryazansky parking R y a z a n s k y d i sdistrict t r i c t d e m odemountable u n t a b l e g a r a g e p a r kgarage ing 5 5 ° 4 3 ’ 6 ” N 3 7 °37°46’10”E 46’10”E 55°43’6”N

Introdusing water

Introdusing water purifying plants -Nymphaea -Nymphaea -Phragmites --Phragmites Sparganium --Sparganium Iris pseudacorus --Iris S c h opseudacorus enoplectus --Schoenoplectus Carex acutiformis -Carex acutiformis

Protect vegetation from

purifying plants

human influence by

Protect vegetation from human influence by elevating the promenade

Give new functions to

Give new functions to unused demountable garages (greenhouses, small markets, cafes, esmall t c . ) markets, cafes, etc.)

Add temporary green

unused demountable

zones for

garages (greenhouses,

recreational use

elevating the promenade

Add temporary green zones for recreational use

Obruchevsky District five-story housing Obruchevsky District five-story housing 55°40’8”N 5 5 ° 4 0 ’ 8 ” N 3 7 °37°32’51”E 32’51”E

Developing the chaotic

Developing the chaotic spaces between the create a more lbuildings i v a b l e e n v iin r o norder m e n t to create a more livable environment

Growing kitchen gardens

spaces between the

will help improve

buildings in order to

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Allow vegetation to

Allow vegetation to grow freely by paving around existing green clusters green clusters

Zoning by separting

grow freely by paving

human routes from

around existing

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Insert inaccessible

Insert inaccessible green zones in order to sustain biodiversit and allow vegetation and allow vegetation to grow free from hto u mgrow a n i n f lfree u e n c from e human influence

Add temporary green

green zones in order

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to sustain biodiversit

recreational use

Introdusing water

Introdusing water purifying plants -Nymphaea -Phragmites -Phragmites -Sparganium --Sparganium Iris pseudacorus --Iris S c h o pseudacorus enoplectus --Schoenoplectus Carex acutiformis -Carex acutiformis

Zoning by separting

purifying plants

human routes from

-Nymphaea

green areas

Allowing sand mounds

Allowing sand mounds in the abbandoned industrial area to get overgrown to get overgrown by greenery by greenery

Use coaches left on the

in the abbandoned

abandoned part of the

industrial area

industrial railway

Developing the extensive

Developing the extensive tempty h e b u i l dspaces ings in order to create a more livable between environment the buildings in order to create a more livable environment

Insert inaccessible green

empty spaces between

zones in order to sustain

Growing kitchen gardens will help improve ecological situation and i nself-organization the districts ecological situation in the districts

Horoshevskoe H o r o s h e v s k o e S p r y Spryamlenie a m l e n i e c h a n n e l e channel m b a n k m e n t enbankment 5 5 ° 4 7 ’ 6 ” N 3 7 °37°26’47”E 26’47”E 55°47’6”N

Koptevo K o p t e v o D i sDistrict t r i c t z o n e zone a d j o i n eadjoined d t o r a i l w a y to railway 55°48’54”N 5 5 ° 4 8 ’ 5 4 ” N 3 7 ° 337°30’31”E 0’31”E

Zoning by separting human routes from green areas

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Add temporary green zones for recreational use

Industrial I n d u s t r i a l z ozone n e “ K o l “Kolomenskoye” omenskoye” 5 5 ° 3 8 ’ 5 9 ” N 3 7 ° 337°38’8”E 8’8”E 55°38’59”N

Bogorodskoye District former asphalt plant Bogorodskoye District former asphalt plant 55°49’23”N 37°43’26”E

Zoning by separting human routes from green areas

55°49’23”N 37°43’26”E

Use coaches left on the abandoned part of the for cultural functions industrial railway for cultural functions

Maryinsky Park residential area Maryinsky Park residential area 55°39’56”N 5 5 ° 3 9 ’ 5 6 ” N 3 7 ° 437°45’35”E 5’35”E

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Insert inaccessible green zones in order to vegetation to grow free sustain from human influence biodiversity and allow vegetation to grow free from human influence biodiversity and allow


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