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SHPEND PASHTRIKU architecture sample portfolio

2018


TABLE OF CONTENTS

COMPETITIONS + AWARDS


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THE ARK

FORD NOMAD

MIGRATION OF ZOG

THE VALLY

Oxford Street

Shoreditch

Croydon

Canary Wharf

International

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2018 | FMP RIBA Bronze Medal Nominee + SEALA Short list

2017 | NEWH: Future Hotel Concept Design First Place

2018 | Croydon Crematorium First Place

2018 | Royal Society of the Arts (RSA) Student Design Awards

2017 | FORD International Design Competition Finalist

OVAL OF REMEMBRANCE


LOST IN LIMBO The Departed Dream of Selfridge The form is a symbol towards paying tribute to the last wish of Harry Gordon Selfridge in order to complete his vision for the Selfridge company.

SELFRIDGE TOWER

1909 Original Selfridge Tower proposal

The vision for the original proposal featured a 90meter tower. This concept never came to fruition due to political issues and contextual issues.

1959 Existing Selfridge Car Park

LOST IN LIMBO

This is an era of technological influences within architecture. The concept of Limbo revolves around future international inner city transportation , living and distribution of goods. The form is a influence of the original proposal inverted to comply and respect the contexts building heights.

LOST IN LIMBO |

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‘The space between no longer and not yet.’

LIMBO STATION Proposal


LIMBO STATION LVL 4.5

MAIN ELEVATOR FLOOR SCALE - 1:500

FIRE EXIT

SERVICES

SERVICES

SERVICES

LIMBO ELEVATOR

LIMBO ELEVATOR

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POD ELEVATOR SE

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20FT PODS

20FT PODS

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LIMBO ELEVATOR

LIMBO ELEVATOR

SERVICES

SERVICES

SERVICES

FIRE EXIT

VOID


The London Selfridge site shows a pre fabricated building aimed to make construction simple and affordable. The form allows the building to grow with demand. The Services almost adapt a plug in system to allow the pods that are inserted to merge with the building. SERENE ROOF BRIDGE ROOF BRIDGE ACCESS

SERENE HOTEL ROOFTOP COMMERCIAL/ LEISURE SPACE SERENE BRIDGE INTERNAL ACCESS TO SWOD FROM SERENE HOTEL

LEVEL 3 SERENE HOTEL

LEVEL 2 SERENE HOTEL SHIPPERFIELD SOMERSET PLAZA ENTRANCE ACCESS TO SWOD FROM SOMERSET PLAZA

LEVEL 1 SERENE HOTEL

SOMERSET PLAZA PUBLIC SPACE + CORE ACCESS TO ALL PROGRAMS

SERENE HOTEL MAIN ENTRANCE + COMMERICIAL SPACE

LIMBO STATION

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FACADE DETAIL

FLOOR PLATE DETAIL

FACADE AXO’ DETAIL

STEEL RODS STRUCTURAL SUPPORT CONCRETE PRE-FAB BLOCKS RECYCLED MARBLE FLOORING

SERVICES CONNECT TO PODS

4350 X 4800mm MODERN BAY WINDOW

SERVICES

STEEL BEAMS GRID STRUCTURE

MODERN BAY WINDOW

SLOT IN SYSTEM The Slot in System concept allows the living and commercial pods to be positioned into place. The system is easily applicable to residential buildings and hotel buildings. The concept is an addition to Hyperloop stations allowing people and businesses to have flexible and easy transitions between cities and countries.

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SERVICES

SERVICES

SERVICES

SERVICES

LOWER LEVEL POD

UPPER LEVEL POD

UPPER LEVEL POD

STAFF OFFICE

ATRIUM

BATHROOM

BATHROOM

BATHROOM

POD LIFTS

POD LIFTS

POD LIFTS

SERVICES

SMALL PRIVATE GYM MAIN LOUNGE

VOID SERVICES

CENTRAL CORE

POD LIFTS BATHROOM

BATHROOM

ELEVATOR

ELEVATOR

SERVICES

LOADING ELEVATOR

UPPER LEVEL POD

LOWER LEVEL POD

SERVICES

SERVICES

BATHROOM

BATHROOM

LOWER LEVEL POD

LOWER LEVEL POD

SERVICES

POD LIFTS

SERVICES

POD LIFTS

SERVICES

BAR / CAFE

BATHROOM

BATHROOM

UPPER LEVEL POD

UPPER LEVEL POD

LIVE MUSIC SERVICES

REMO

EVANS

REMO

Gibraltar

Gibraltar

REMO

BATHROOM

BATHROOM

BAR / CAFE

LOWER LEVEL POD

LOWER LEVEL POD

POD LIFTS

SERVICES

BATHROOM

BATHROOM

UPPER LEVEL POD

UPPER LEVEL POD

LIVING PODS INTERIOR EXAMPLE

FIRE EXIT

SERVICES

SERVICES

VOID

COMMUNAL BALCONY GARDEN COMMUNAL BALCONY GARDEN

SMALL LOUNGE SERVICES

ACCOMMODATION POD PLAN TEMPLATE

SERVICES

BATHROOM

UPPER LEVEL POD

LOWER LEVEL POD

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SERVICES


ACCOMMODATION POD EXAMPLE*

PLUG IN SYSTEM/ SERVICES Each of the Pods have a space allocated for services. Due to the plug in system upon connecting pods are capable of being instantly powered by the electrical and heating services from the building as well as water and waste control. When the Pods are being released from the building to move on to another location, each pod retains enough amount of stored energy, oxygen and water supply permitting a safe transition.

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Synopsis Shoreditch is acknowledged as a trendy place for creatives and this is the context in which I want to make a hotel which is a 3dimensional sculptural experience throughout. The guest experience is key to any hotel and “The Valley” is no exception to that. The Sculptural rooms are inspired by the work of Richard Serra and the facets which make up walls and ceilings create great surfaces to light. The hallways allow the guests to indulge in the spirit of Shoreditch by living within an art form. The curvature of the partitions allows guests to pass through naturally lit negative and positive spaces within the building. The precise cuts through the sculptural corridors allow natural and artificial light to intrude at specific points to create a dramatic feel to in one sense embody the merging and weaving faces and all walks of the Shoreditch both culturally and socially. Curious guests are enticed to take a walk through ‘The Valley’ to understand what it means to be part of Shoreditch.

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U SCULPT

RAL ROOMS

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4 The language of the exterior continues throughout the interior enforcing the application of natural light as well as artistically creating that sense of mystery throughout the hallways as you manoeuvre around the Richard Serra inspired walls. The notion of staying within a hotel alludes you into speculating who is alongside you and what is occurring around the building. The perforations aid in need for natural lighting as well as creating silhouettes of your neighbours to endorse that sense of mystery through the use of fogged glass layered within the walls to still keep a degree of privacy. This movement between these positive and negative spaces is what influences your experience within the sculptural rooms.

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TYPICAL HOTEL FLOOR PLAN

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ROOM FLOOR PLAN EXAMPLE

PROGRAM 1. Golf Course

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2. Roof top Commercial Space + Gym 3. Hotel | Sculptural Rooms 4. Hotel | Sculptural Rooms 5. MOTHER Office 6. Office to Let 7. The Void | Courtyard 8. Hotel Entrance + Lobby 9. Commercial + Public Space

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OVAL OF REMEMBRANCE CROYDON CREMATORIUM

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PROJECT DESCRIPTION

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

The brief had at its core the concept of transforming the Croydon crematorium into a place of celebration and peace, while amplifying the sense of community, rather than allowing the feeling of isolation through sadness and mourning to cultivate. The sense of privacy must also be respected and therefore allowing services and visitors to have access to the site at the same time.

The Oval of Remembrance is a new building dedicated to commemoration, The use of the hit and miss brick feature plays with privacy and open space on the same plane, and allows the users to enter an atmosphere that encourages peace within their journeys.Â


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Hit & Miss Brickwork Detail

Hit and miss brickwork to refer to the drawing D4700 rev05

Textured brick to refer to the drawing D4700 rev05 and D4701 rev05

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Hit & Miss Brickwork Detail

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Hit and miss brickwork to refer to the drawing D4700 rev05

Hit and miss brickwork to refer to the drawing D4700 rev05

Textured brick to refer to the drawing D4700 rev05 and D4701 rev05

Hit and miss brickwork to refer to the drawing D4700 rev05

Textured brick to refer to the drawing D4700 rev05 and D4701 rev05

Textured brick to refer to the drawing D4700 rev05 and D4701 rev05

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THE OVAL BUILDING SECTION + DETAILS

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Perforated brickwork

Water cut solid bricks to be drilled for insertion of fully grouted-in doweled brick tie

brick support angles. Secondary timber will be required behind the

Hit and miss brickwork to refer to the drawing D4700 rev05

Key Plan

Precast concrete window panel joints shown thick dashed

perforate wall to provide wind load resistance. Solid

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Doweled brick tie for perforated brickwork

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Perforated brickwork

CB4 Phase 1a Hotel & Office Cambridge North East Station

Wind posts Client

Brookgate

Elevation 1:50

Drawing Title

Typical Bay Perforated Brickwork

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Perforated brickwork

Section Detail 2 - 1:5

Wind posts Section Detail 2 - 1:10

Project

Scale

1:50, 1:5@A1

Status

CB4 Phase 1a Hotel & Office For Comment Cambridge North East Station Job number

Drawing number

6565_SK021

SECTION : OVAL BUILDING

Revision

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SCALE 1:100

Client

Brookgate

Drawing Title

Solid bricks drilled for posts behind Perforated brickworkWind references insertion of fully grouted-in perforated brickwork doweled brick ties PERFORATED BRICKWORK ELEVATION DETAIL 1:10 Typical Bay Perforated Brickwork

Doweled brick ties

Drawn by

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Scale

1:50, 1:5@A1

Status

For Comment

Section Detail 2 - 1:5

Job number

Section Detail 2 - 1:10

Drawing number

6565_SK021

Key Plan

SECTION : OVAL BUILDING

Revision

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SCALE 1:100

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Perforated brickwork

Water cut solid bricks to be drilled for insertion of fully grouted-in doweled brick tie

Key Plan

Perforated Perforated brickwork Brickwork

Water cut solid bricks to be drilled for insertion of fully grouted-in doweled brick tie

Precast concrete window panel joints shown thick dashed

Perforated Brickwork Elevation Detail 1:10 Perforated Brickwork Elevation Detail 1:10

Pre-cast Precast concrete concrete window panel joints window panel shown thick dashed joints shown thick dashed

Doweled brick tie for perforated brickwork

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Stainless steel masonry support angle -

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Doweled brick tie for perforated brickwork

SECTION DETAIL (1) 1:10

Elevation 1:50 Elevation 1:50

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brickwork) - fire protected as required

brickwork) - fire protected as required

Perforated brickwork Wind posts

Perforated brickwork Wind posts

Winchester House 1-3 Brixton Road London SW9 6DE Project T 020 7251 0781 W formationarchitects.co.uk

CB4 Phase 1a Hotel & Office

Project

CB4 Phase 1a Hotel & Office Cambridge North East Station Cambridge North East Station Client

Client

Brookgate

Drawing Title

Drawing Title

Typical Bay Perforated Brickwork

Timber support beams Timber support Timber support beams Steelbeams support beams SE's detail - fire Steelbeams support to SE's detailto- fire

Brookgate

Typical Bay Perforated Brickwork

protectedprotected as requiredas required

Doweled brick ties Doweled brick ties

Stainless steel masonry support angle -

Section Detail 1 - 1:5

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Checked by

RC

Job number

Section Detail 2 - 1:5

Section Detail 1 - 1:10

Drawing number

6565_SK021

Section Detail 2 - 1:10

Section Detail 1 - 1:10

Section Detail 2 - 1:10

Drawn by

Perforated Brickwork

For Comment

AJob number

CB4 Phase 1a Hotel & Office Cambridge North East Station

Client

Brookgate

Drawing Title

Typical Bay Perforated Brickwork

Checked by

RC

Scale

1:50, 1:5@A1

Status

For Comment

Section Detail 2 - 1:5

Section Detail 2 - 1:10

Job number

Drawing number

6565_SK021

Revision

A

SECTION : OVAL BUILDING SCALE 1:100

Drawing number

6565_SK021

Project

Drawn by

1:50, 1

Revision

Wind Wind posts posts

Doweled Dowelledbrick brickties ties

Scale

Status

Winchester House 1-3 Brixton Road London SW9 6DE T 020 7251 0781 W formationarchitects.co.uk

Perforated brickwork

Checked by

RC

For Comment

Section Detail 2 - 1:5

Scale

1:50, 1:5@A1

Status

Section Detail 1 - 1:5

SECTION DETAIL (2) 1:10

Drawn by

Revision

A


Atrium - Jet light Installation The jet lighting installation depicts the movement of the jets from start to lift of similarly to the way it operated during its tours on the upper deck. The lines show the streamlines of the jets in a physical format. The interior of the project endorses many elements of the original HMS Ark Royal. Keeping these features allows the users and visitors to not only see a part of history but to work within it like many others have. The feeling of being part of a unit, part of the fleet.

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Panel Detail : Each segment of the Aircraft is shifted so light and air to penetrate.

The framework of the existing hull allow air to flow through and ventilate the interior spaces.

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Ford Fiesta

Imagine the ability to record your journeys through a 360 ocular view, angled perfectly to capture your exact experience then to store it with ‘Clara’ and share it with friends or any one else around the world that owns a Fiesta Nomad or even Ford vehicle. Which will allow them to experience that journey in a emmersive virtual reality experience.

everywhere.

and it takes you

Concept

Take it anywhere,

Deja View

Nomad

One moment your in rainy London the next your cruising through the Californian coast or even approaching the Burj Al Arab in Dubai This experience can even be enhanced, maybe allowing the user to experience an underwater, or even safari expedition.

We believe in the social network models we have today to give users globally a platform to personalise and produce an experience they would love to share will make the ford not just a Car to go from A-Z but a companion and utility that they would love to spend there time in with themselves or with friends or family.

Fibre Optics.

360 Capture o

Ford fiesta will constantly be recording and capturing each moment. One of the benefits for this is the Deja vu.

CLARA Neuro Link.

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Seamless passenger window

Seamless Panoramic Roof

180o Rotating Front Seats

Fluid Rear Seats

This Design features purpose is to initially delete the central blind spot created by the door frame. The removal of the central door frame also enhances the ‘Deja View’ experience by removing the breaking points.

The full panoramic roof is designed to increase the visibility of the context as well as aesthetics. Overall this feature allows the deja View experience to have an overall uninterrupted space.

During autonomous driving the Front Seats can be programmed to rotate 180o to enhance the social experience within the Ford ‘Nomad’ or retract in the dashboard for a full Deja View experience when seated in the Rear Seats.

The Rear seats within the Ford ‘Nomad’ have the ability to retract and morph for more space or comfort or into a ergonomic position to comply with vehicle safety regulations. This is all due to the flexibility of the aloe Vera technology.

Aloe Vera. Technology

Chameleon Seats The ‘skin’ of the interior mimics the aesthetic qualities of a chameleon. The hybrid materials layered with the fibre optics allow the user and the vehicle to visually transform to the desired outcome.

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