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portfolio of felix schwimmer 2012


PORTFOLIO OF

FELIXSCHWIMMER ALL RIGHTS RESERVED,

PREPARED IN SEPTEMBER 2012 Felix Schwimmer is a designer with a bachelor degree in interior design and a master degree in architectural design. This portfolio presents his professional and academic work. He produced all drawings presented unless otherwise mentioned. Most projects are efforts of teamwork, in these cases participating members are stated in the data box. Felix Schwimmer has residence in Montreal at 6588 Clark street, H2S 3E7, Canada but presently lives in Italy, he can be reached at his email, felix@schwimmer.ca or by phone on his Italian number +39 366 71 99 315 or when in Canada at +1.514.803.0545. Thank you for your interest.

EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN PAGE 3 TO 7 DESIGN RESEARCH PAGE 8 TO 12 ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN PAGE 13 TO 24 PRODUCT DESIGN PAGE 25 TO 28

cover page image: photo of model entitled Oedipus Skin, 2010

image transfer on latex, laser cut acrylic frame, back-lit with LED

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prepared as part of my master thesis proposal in architectural design at the Bartlett School of architecture.

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experimental design

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DWELLING STOPPAGE

FINALIST FOR QUEBEC REPRESENTATION IN CANADIAN PAVILION AT VENICE ARCHITECTURE BIENNIAL 2012

DESIGN-RESEARCH PROJECT SUBMITTED TO “MIGRATING LANDSCAPES ORGANIZATION” ON THE SUBJECT: MEANING, EXPERIENCE AND INFLUENCE OF SETTLING IN THE CONTEXT OF IMMIGRATION FOR AN ARCHITECTS. Similarly to Duchamp’s Three Standard Stoppage* (1913-14) my model is the representation of a measurement in time and space; instead of three one meter thread stretched on a canvas, I applied Duchamp’s conceptual construction as a reference to develop a critical and personal representation of reminiscent dwellings. The new model also operates as a generative device for speculative architectural design. My statement: “If we combine representations of design agencies from five diverse cultural dwelling types experienced by one individual into one single architectural model and let them randomly influence each other it creates an new image of what dwellings could be.” The model: Key characteristic concepts from five dwelling types (Canadian suburban house, Indonesian long house, Italian residential block, Chinese residential tower, British row house with lower ground floor) are evidenced and translated diagrammatically into a model. The diagrams are trapped at the centre of the model as a vertical structure. A palimpsest of horizontal shapes represent territories where these dwellings were located. Primary composition is matured through sketches and drawn into 3D representations. The hand made model is built from copper, wood and aluminium, additional details are with transparent acrylic and colored polyvinyl plastic. * It is «a joke about the meter,» Duchamp glibly noted about this piece, but his premise for it reads like a theorem: «If a straight horizontal thread one meter long falls from a height of one meter onto a horizontal plane twisting as it pleases [it] creates a new image of the unit of length.» Duchamp dropped three threads one meter long from the height of one meter onto three stretched canvases. The threads were then adhered to the canvases to preserve the random curves they assumed upon landing. The canvases were cut along the threads’ profiles, creating a template of their curves creating new units of measure that retain the length of the meter but undermine its rational basis. Description reference from MoMA website: http://www.moma.org/collection/object.php?object_id=78990

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ARCHAEOLOGY OF THE FUTURE: DYSTOPIAN TOURISM IN ROME

DESIGN-RESEARCH PROJECT PREPARED AT THE BRITISH SCHOOL AT ROME UNDER QUEBEC ARCHITECTURE RESIDENT AWARD A speculative project of architecture that presents a fictional narrative based in Rome is devoted to the prescient subject of ecological change and adaptations caused by artificial interventions into existing ecosystems. The plot is set in a future conditioned by recurring floods more devastating than historical ones, by a ‘technocratic world government’ owning political power and where technologies mutate as they are transferred from one field to another. Compelling underwater vedutas explore architecture through a dystopian eye, where the focus of the project is less in the form of a final object than as a script that it inserts into the city. A series of invention enables coexistence with the underwater city: firstly a colossal inhabitable porous selfsupporting structure floats above the city; second a mechanical fish was designed to travel inside the marvelous ruins. Against this backdrop, one reflects upon the major contemporary processes that capture, power and govern the changes and challenges we are facing today, questioning what architecture could generate when faced with extreme scientific, cultural and political scenarios.

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The project considers psychomorphic relations between body and technology as a time based architecture.

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Tensile membrane: Growing structure with ‘biomineral accretion’. Low level electricity passes through causing deposition of calcium carbonate on the structure (stored in salt water of basement) t grows to a concrete like material. The process lasts 8 years giving full privacy to child at adult age.

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STRUCTURE AND MEMBRANE STAIRS Growth Chart

interior view - bed

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THREE BODY SYSTEM EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN STUDY PREPARED AT THE AVATAR RESEARCH GROUP ADVANCE VIRTUAL AND TECHNOLOGICAL ARCHITECTURAL RESEARCH Hybrid models between analogue and digital from left to right Millet’S swerving tool Alberti’s gapping tool The Bride’s corner tool

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design research

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BENETTON LOWER GROUND -1 TO -4 PARKING AND STORAGE

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Flagship store_Mixed-use tower / 8 floor + 4 underground Teheran, Iran

/// date ///

May 2009

/// teAM ///

F. Fiaschi + F. Schwimmer

/// STATUs /// /// SIZE ///

| Designing in Teheran

Competition 2009 12.000 m 2

CORRUGATED STEEL

ACOUSTIC ROSEWOOD

YELLOW CURTAIN

CEMENT WALL

PERSIAN TRAVERTINE

FLOOR 1 AND 2 COMMERCIAL

POLICARBONATE

MATERIALS

PERFORATED CORRUGATED STEEL

BUILDING IMPLEMENTATION SUN EXPOSITON FOR NATURAL LIGHT FRESH WIND DIRECTION VIEWS DOWNWARDS TO THE SHORE

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CONCEPT - Benetton is known to be provocative, they express social messages and opinions in a straight forward way - usually very graphical. The concept of this architecture respects that tradition. A simple building in which the program can be read from the outside; 3 volumes represent each of the main functions of the building and 2 voids complement the other functions. PROGRAM - Includes 5 types of space: parking, garden, commerce, office, residence SHOPPING - The shopping experience is inspired by local street market display techniques; the slanted display lets the shopper see all the products at once. Here we slant the whole floor as a catwalk like space and use glass walls. The space opens to the garden where one can look at the store from outside. STRUCTURE - The central tower hosting parts of offices and residences is free of columns with load bearing walls structure embedded in the patterned façade. Additional structural strengthening is provided by the 3 vertical cores.

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Tivoli

ENTRANCE AND CIRCULATIONS

PROGRAM ZONING

| Santuario Ercole Vincitore

SITE ENTRANCE PORTICO SUPERIORE (main street) PORTICO INFERIORE (park level) ARTIST STUDIO

VIA TECTA (original roman customs)

EXHIBITION HALL

BUILDING ENTRANCE

ARCHAEOLOGICAL RESEARCH

PUBLIC CIRCULATION

PUBLIC AREA INTERIOR

OCCUPANT CIRCULATION (artists and archaeologists)

/// project /// /// location /// /// date /// /// teAM /// /// CONSULTANTS /// /// SIZE /// /// BUDGET ///

Preservation - Regenerate a historical site Tivoli, Italy Competition 2011 S. Winters + F. Fiaschi + S.Zavari Structure: G.Rossi - QS: L.Gagliardi (ICIET) - Conservation: I.Boniburini 4.230 m 2 € 8,5M

PUBLIC AREA EXTERIOR ROMAN RUINS

UPPER FLOOR

200m. ROAD TO CENTRE OF TIVOLI

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1 CIRCULATION - GLASS CLADDING, PROVIDES VIEWS OF SECTIONS OF BUILDING AND SITE

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EXISTING BUILDINGS - EXPOSED CONCRETE

COMPOSITION - COMPLEX PROGRAM EXPRESSED THROUGH MATERIALITY OF THE PROJECT

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ADDITIONAL STRUCTURE - CORTEN CLADDING, SERVES TO REINFORCE STRUCTURE AND SUPPORT THE GLASS CLADDING.

VIEWS OF ROME

PROPOSED PROGRAM Mixed use building with a public urban park offering views: - Archaeological/anthropological complex - Lecture Hall and Coffee shops - Artists in residence with exhibition hall

LOWER FLOOR

DESIGN INTENT The concept is to reveal history and to connect the urban fabric to the Roman ruin. The intent is achieved by adding a new volume to reactivate the historical site. This volume is a glass passage linking the more recent street level of Tivoli to via Tecta, a roman street gate from 1st century BC. This “custom” gate was built as a place of worship named Santuario Ercole Vincitore. As one goes through the passage one can experience 4 moments in time represented by architectures stacked on each other. Moments to pause happen in the passage where a “function” is inserted i.e. cafe and auditorium. In addition to this element, residual volumes of post 19th century are refurbished and reinforced using Corten clading. These spaces are dedicated to art and archeology. Overall intervention also emphasize on orientation of views to leverage the quality of spaces on the magnificent views towards Rome.

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3.lecture hall

8.archeological study

13.terrasse with view to Rome

4.office

9.archeological storage

14.fountain

5.artists in residence

10.exhibition space

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CENTRO DIDATTICO DI MESOLA via biverare

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PRESERVATION - Competition Urban planning Mesola, Italy

/// date ///

2012

/// teAM ///

ScH architettura - Arch.F.Fiaschi

/// SIZE /// /// STATUs ///

Competition € 8,5M

Vicolo del castello

palco seduta

/// BUDGET ///

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BRIEF PROGRAM UNESCO recently listed the centre of Mesola as world heritage. As part of an urban planning strategy adjacent areas of the centre are to be refurbished. Theses areas are subject to this competition: - Piazza Vittoria, public square used for parking, market and events - Ex-magazzini, old farm sheds - Park, traditionally owned by the castle DESIGN INTENT URBAN - The aim of our proposal is to connect all the areas and establish a sense of identity. The first intervention is to create a grid inspired by the 18th century “ortico” (garden) that covers the whole site with a horizontal architectural pattern. This grid serves to organize the interventions programme and cladding. At the centre of the grid is a pedestrian axis crosses three areas of the brief. In addition to this we create 3 gates by opening buildings to increase accessibility to the site and connections from the main roads. ARCHITECTURE - The main rule is to refurbish the buildings as they were originally built. All new buildings are cladded in white aluminium sheets. New additions to existing fabric are iconically proposing similar volumes as extensions. Reinforcing Mesola recognitions for its implication of surrounding national park, we propose to implement a didactic education centre, this building has additional local wood cladding and local tree trunks as columns. PROJECT CONSIDERATIONS TERRITORY, IDENTITY, FUNCTIONS, CIRCULATIONS, HISTORY, URBAN PLANNING, SUSTAINABILITY INFO VARCO

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Forgotten Spaces /// project /// /// location ///

Preservation - Building refurbishment London, UK

/// date ///

2011

/// teAM ///

S. Winters + J.Oyarbide

/// SIZE /// /// STATUs /// /// BUDGET ///

| London

3300m 2 Competition N/A

COMPETITION OBJECTIVE Identify a forgotten space and re-qualify it with a program that reactivates the area PROPOSAL Renovation of east-London disaffected school. Main intervention is adding a large canopy to create a community hub for education, high street and allotments.

LOCAL COMMUNITY

Local Job Centre Social Agent

Local Unemployed without experience

Local Unemployed with valuable experience

Vocational workshop proffesional

Idea developer Architect

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Progress Monitoring

Technical issues

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architectural design

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ARANCIO CASTELLI /// project /// /// location ///

Preservation - Public Space - digital fabrication Castelli, TE, Italy

/// date ///

2012

/// teAM ///

ScH Architettura

/// SIZE ///

| Mulino

120 l.m.

/// STATUs ///

On going

/// BUDGET ///

€ 200.000

CONTEXT The comune of Castelli is renowned for its tradition in making ceramics since 11th century. Following the 2009 earthquake the comune suffered a second population decline in 20 years; this decimation impacts the economical stability of the area. A disused water mill located at the boundary of Castelli is in critical condition due to erosion of the escarpment it stands on. This 5 square meter water mill has a symbolic meaning for the local history since it’s the last standing original water mill from a series of 40 on ‘via dei mulini’. These were used to grind stone in the traditional process of making ceramics. A concerned local business specialised in historical renovations came to us for help in preparing a proposal of renovation. His intent is not only to preserve and protect the mill but also to reestablish its waterway. From the analysis, we concluded that the legacy of the project was a key element for its success, as much the immediate impact of the built proposal, the repercussion of economical investment and the possible ways it could be used and become a place. One aspect to achieve this was through the brief and the other was through implementing the design intent BRIEF We proposed to symbolically/officially mark the site as the entrance of Castelli, the entrance of the national park and a meeting hub on the hiking track. Marking the site as such gave ground to regenerate such a small forgotten historical artefact. Hence the brief proposal is an integrated regenerative design of strengthening the ridge, outfitted picnic area that visually marks the waterway and preservation of the old water mill. IMPLEMENT DESIGN INTENT The result is an iconic project marking a historically important place with a visually strong installation; a complex biomorphic form urban furniture that functions as a bridge, water canalization and seating. The design objective is to implement new fabrication process that considers traditional crafts from 11th century, cultural identity linked to ceramics and economical strategic development. We proposed a solution that integrates to design process the conjunction of efforts from artisans and construction industry. The design drawings are produced with 3D modelling software Rhino and 3Dstudio max. These drawings are digitally transferred to three axes CNC milling machine owned by a specialized construction of the area to carve complex shape moulding (MDF or wax), artisans will produce the ceramic panels using traditional techniques of forming and coloring (world renowned orange color), local workers will install the panels on existing retaining walls. Therefore the economical objective for this project is to introduce a new method of producing ceramics in a traditional way; a production that could find interest in contemporary reality and boost a local tradition of excellence and uniqueness.

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SANTA CROCE /// project /// /// location ///

L’Aquila, Italy 2012

/// teAM ///

ScH Architettura

/// STATUs /// /// BUDGET ///

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Urban reconstruction and regeneration

/// date ///

/// SIZE ///

| Lauretana

site: 6.400 m2 floor area: 5.865 m2 Private Study € 12.8M

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SASSA 137 /// project /// /// location ///

Residential hub of 8 villa L’Aquila, Italy

/// date ///

2011

/// teAM ///

ScH Architettura

/// SIZE /// /// STATUs /// /// BUDGET ///

| Villette

site: 3.289 m2 footprint: 971 m2 Schematic Design € 1.2M

DESIGN INTENT The conceptual framework of this project is based on the conjunction of three dwelling models from local territory; the borgo (village), the villa and the condominium. The form emerges from consideration of privacy, views, communal space, cultural identity, geography, sun orientation and natural ventilation.

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DELL’ARTE /// project /// /// location ///

Montreal, Canada

/// date ///

May 2010

/// teAM ///

Forme Studio + Studio Crear + Felix Schwimmer

/// STATUs /// /// website ///

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Residential interior – 24 units

Freelance Construction www.dellartecondos.com

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IL PONTICELLO /// project /// /// location ///

Multi-use touristic complex - 30 000 sq.f Old-Montreal, Canada

/// date ///

September 2004

/// teAM ///

Dupuis Architects + BOCA inc. + Felix Schwimmer

/// STATUs /// /// budget ///

Commissioned 2004 > On hold $ 4 000 000

ALUMINUM HONEYCOMB SUB STRUCTUR E

PROGRAM : dining venue, restaurant, roof terrace, cigar lounge, conference rooms and offices.

PERFORATED MARBLE CEILING

BLACK PAINTED METAL TUB E

TEXTILE ACOUSTIC PLATE WITH LED BACKLIGHTING

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Executive elevators to podium

SSE

Atrium SSE entrance /// project /// /// location ///

| Shenzhen Stock Exchange

Office tower - 175 000 m2 Shenzhen, China

/// date ///

Contract 2007-2008 > 100%DD interiors

/// teAM ///

OMA + ARUP + 2X4 + DHV + SADI + I/O

/// POSITION /// /// STATUs /// /// BUDGET ///

Interior Designer Competition 2006 > Completion 2012 $ 450M

Service Center Desk

CONSULTANTS Level Acoustic: DHV Building and Industry Landscape: Inside/Outside, Amsterdam QS: L&B Quantity Surveyors Structure , Fire , Project Management, Vertical Transportation, Building Physics, Building Intelligence, Geotechnics, Lighting: SADI , Arup CREDITS Partners in charge: Rem Koolhaas Associate in charge: Kunle Adeyemi Team: Ryann Aoukar, Sebastian Appl, Waichuen Chan, Jan Dechow, Leo Ferretto, Clarisa Garcia Fresco, Alasdair Graham, Matthew Haseltine, Jaitian Gu, João Ferreira Marques Jesus, Alex de Jong, Santiago Hierro, Kennedy, Michael Kokora, Klaas Kresse, Anna Little, Luxiang Liu, David Eugin Moon, Cristina Murphy, Idrees Rasouli, Korbinian Schneider, Felix Schwimmer, Michela Tonus, Miroslav, Vavrina, Ferdjan Van der Pijl, Na Wei and more.... PROGRAM Rental offices, registration & clearing house, accessory area, securities information company, SSE office area, trading floor, conference halls, luxury private hotel, gardens, library... Building height: 250m

Ceremonial Lobby

SSE Lobby

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PROJECT DESCRIPTION Shenzhen is one of China’s special economic zones (SEZ), the growth of the city is almost unequalled on the planet. The project tower is to become the main Stock Exchange office for trading and “listing” companies, acting as an icon for the economic burst in the pearl delta. The floating podium represents bull market, defying gravity it’s raising from the ground. All the principal functions related to trading are in the podium. Symbolically the “listing” hall is primordial, the ritual happens once in the life of a company when it becomes public. This characteristic is reflected spatially, located in the podium, it has a dedicated entrance and dedicated elevators. To reflect the architectural concept we specially designed back-light ceilings for the podium. The podium glows as their light illuminates the entire 7, 8 and 9th floor. RESPONSIBILITIES Including but not limited to: _Production of interior design development tender documents _Conceived and coordinated drawings and specifications for fixed furniture, signing and interior systems (wall, floor, ceiling) _Assisted in the coordination of design with consultants (graphic, acoustic and lighting) _Participated to meetings with client and consultants _Conducted research and information documents on interiors and materials regarding design, specifications, materials and equipment

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| Shanghai media group

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8000

8000

BRAINSTORM MEETING

INFORMAL MEETING AREA

H

H 3D PRODUCTION

8000

8000

2D PRODUCTION

FLOOR FINISHES: CARPET TYPE 02 CARPET TYPE 01

G FLOOR SUPERVISOR

8000

ALUMINUM TILES WITH HONORARY NAMES ENGRAVED 800X800 CERAMIC TILES TYPE 01

8000

G

EXECUTIVE OFFICE

F

F

CONFERENCE ROOM

8000

8000

ADMINISTRATION OFFICE

ARCHIVE

E

8000

E

9500

EMERGENCY ESCAPE

D C

3600

{FélixSchwimmer /2012}

4

8400

5

12000

7

12000

9

2700

11

2800

12

1700

14

1200

15

6300

2

15

2200

18

19

23 2 16


wall covering

OTTO restaurant /// date ///

October 2006

/// teAM ///

Luca Trazzi Architetti

/// POSITION /// /// STATUs /// /// website ///

2100

2770

3100

3580

REFRIGIRATION Restaurant - 150m2 /// project /// ROOM Shanghai, China /// location ///

Interior designer - freelance Commissioned 2006 > Completed www.otto-restaurants.com glass door hinge

steel frame

40

steel frame

200

line of floor kitchen line of floor dinning line of ceiling highest 69

steel frame

1200

2502

1477

969

330

357

750

834

834

834

40

170

line of ceiling dinning

laser attached glass

stainless steel frame

steel covering laser attached glass

620

laser attached glass

line of ceiling kitchen wall covering

sezione 1: GLASS WALL DET entrance of kitchen and refrigiration ro

laser attached glass

door see note 3 line of ciment pilaster 1430

sez. 2

inox steel shelves 280x180x30

KITCHEN

KITCHEN

inox steel

REFRIGIRATION ROOM

insulation

glass inserted in frame 15mm

stainless steel table

door: extra-clear glasssee note 3

400

REFRIGIRATION ROOM

seamless silicon joint

seamless silicon joint

750

door hinge steel frame

line of floor dinning

shelves

step

wall covering

D-2

830

200

200

D-1

240

40

line of floor kitchen

seamless silicon joint glass extra-clear

inox steel frame

door: extra-clear glass

stainless steel counter

sezione 2: GLASS WALL DETAIL exit of refrigiration room and pass throughseamless silicon joint DINNING ROOM

sezione 1: GLASS WALL DETAIL entrance of kitchen and refrigiration room

830 400

2490

seamless silicon joint glass inserted in frame 15mm

370

900

steel frame

1490

door: extra-clear glass

750 2100

laser attached glass

1200 2100

glass door hinge

laser attached glass

830

1

1600

2100

340

2770

3580

ATION M

3100

fiberglass insulation

glass extra-clear

door: extra-clear glass

KITCHEN

sez. 1

wall: extra-clear glass

silicon attachment

830

steel window frame

glass inserted in frame 15mm

wood stud 20x60mm

340

floor covering refrigiration room

seamless silicon joint

door: extra-clear glasssee note 3

steel covering

gypsum board

1490

750

door: extra-clear glass glass inserted 15mm floor covering dinning

under floor

1200 2100

steel frame

steel frame

370

door hinge

D-2

969

969

2945

step {FĂŠlixSchwimmer /2012}

24 830

seamless silicon joint

969


product design

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Timex 2154

|

Watch Competition, 2004 Medium: 3Dmax + VRAY, Photoshop, Illustrator COMPETITION

18mm

Processor

Oled with rotatory motor

75mm Ceramic body

Photo voltaic cells

Finalist project, Watch Competition, 2008 Medium: 3Dmax + VRAY, Photoshop, Illustrator

45

40

40

40 40

50 45 40

50 45

50

30

35

40

45

25

25

30

35

50

50

PM

12

45

45

FEB

40

40

21

lorenz

14

25

35

d a ta / m e s i/giorni

m

15

swiss made

30

14

33 0

swiss

9

AM

25

50

35

45

14 30

35

40

FEB

swiss made

ve t ro z a f fi ro Time zone

secondi

20

25

30

35

se c ondi

14

10

scala 1:1 12 20

14

12 lorenz

FEB

swiss made

25

3

FEB

20

FEB

swiss made

21

5

55

lorenz

swiss made

35

60

5

9

AM

10

10

12

30

6 00

55 3

lorenz

25

o re

5

swiss made

14

caucciĂš

21 PM

35

15

swiss made

30

9

15

12 FEB

25

3 AM

9

14

20

60

55

12

3

PM

10

14

20

m i nu t i

20

FEB

swiss made

5

55

21

lorenz

lorenz

tim e zone

15

10

10

12

9

21

lorenz FEB

35

3

60

5

55

15

20

60

5 21

12

9

AM

10

15

14

20

9

20

60 3

3

PM

5

55

21

lorenz FEB

55

15

10

12 lorenz

9

AM

60

5

55 3

PM

10

50

60

5 21

50

15

50

9

45

3 AM

45

60

55

30

|

25

Lorenz 75th

Crystal glass

minuti

q u a d ra n t e mesi giorni o re

lancetta minuti cassa in acciaio satinato

{FĂŠlixSchwimmer /2012} p e ll e pelle

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Lightouch: iConnect |

Moooi |

Lamp Competition, 2007 Medium: Sketch, 3Dmax + VRAY, Photoshop | Modular lamp with aluminium and polycarbonate profiles

Lamp study, 2009 Medium: 3Dmax + VRAY, Photoshop, Illustrator | Decorative lamp _ Aluminium foam with steel structure

ALUM-MOI 1 2 4

300 mm

SEZIONE TRASVERSALE

12 mm

1

3

600 mm

5 6 7 8

SEZIONE LONGITUDINALE

{FĂŠlixSchwimmer /2012}

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MATERIALI


Creon Studio

Medical liquid pump, Como, 2003 Medium: Rhino

Isolock

Lock Catalogue, 2003 Medium: 3Dmax with video, Photoshop

Study for a modular system of a medical pump Material : thermoplastic > injection mould polypropylene

{FĂŠlixSchwimmer /2012}

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sample of work 2012  

felix schwimmer portfolio

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