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PORTFOLIO Simon Sjรถkvist a: Guldbergs Have 26, 2200 KBH N e: simon.sjokvist@gmail.com t. +4525681621 Cand. Arch. Architect MAA Danish Royal Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture, 2009


PROFESSIONAL / EFFEKT / As Project Leader

RINGKØBING K SUSTAINABLE RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT IN A NATURAL SETTING Type: Commission Location: Ringøbing, Denmark Size: Approx. 18000m2

The aim of this project was to develop 3 residential areas of approximately 40 housing units each and to - within these areas - develop principles that could be used throughout the entire masterplan of Ringkøbing K. By using the unique features of the surrounding landscape as a starting point for the design, the aim has been to create a series of new housing typologies, unique for Ringkøbing K. The layout of the houses responds to and emphasises the different landscape settings. This has been of great importance for the design of different typologies as well as access areas, private outdoor spaces and transport systems.


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Layout fro plot E2

A new road gives access to the landscape from all housing units

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Views to the landscaoefrom all units

Views to the landscaoefrom all units

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3 etager

2 etager 3 etager Gæsteparkering

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Privat terrasse

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3 etager

FFælles ælles ud uderum Kørebane 5m 2 etager

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3 etager


PROFESSIONAL / SLA Competition - 1st prize / As Project Architect

A city with many different functions and physical intersection provides the best opportunity to share knowledge, create new contacts, to be inspired and learn.

SCIENCE- & BUSINESS PARK

Odense Research and Knowledge Park offers precisely these qualities. Here one finds the intersection between region, city and university that provides the framework around knowledge society life. By placing the whole community to the east you achieve the best possible contact to the infrastructure. An important factor in relation to the area’s sustainability. At the same time is closely connected to the University of Southern Denmark Odense, Killerup village and shopping centre Rosengård and the recreational sports areas and golf courses.

1ST PRICE IN COMPETITION Type: Invited competition Location: Odense, Denmark Size: 15.9 ha

The western part of the landscape along the peaceful woods free from construction. Here there are wide views over the magnificent landscape of Funen with woods and untouched trees.


100 m

200 m

300 m

200 m

400 m

400 m

300 m

500 m

500 m

400 m

area 36,6 ha

area 15.9 ha

tæthed: 54 %

tæthed: 126 %

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300 m

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500 m

New urban development is concentrated along the new connection from Odense centre

With a ”surgical” operation the existing science park i moved, and becomes the 1st step in the development of a new urban district

If the proposed program is spread over the whole competition area the density becomes very low

By concentrating the urban development to the east, a more sustainable city district with higher density and more urban character is established

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By concentrating the urban development a vast landscape area can be preserved

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The science city’s urban development is concentrated. Buildings and vegetation define the edge to the landscape

The access road is layed circular road through the area

Smaller separate the are into smaller plots and create views and acess to the surrounding landscape

6 new urban spaces

Efficient edge parking along specific parts of the periphery

Pocket parking is spread in area.

18 plots

The informal streets, alleys and squares create a public easy accessible network of varied spaces


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Sportplads

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Parkering Pavilion

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Restaurant / cafe

Aktivitetsplads

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Pavilion

Cykelsti Forsinkelsbassin Trappe / Rampe Forsinkelsbassin Cykelrute Aktivitetsplads Trappe / Rampe

Cykelrute ‘Shared space’

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Restaurant / cafe

Trappe / Rampe Forsinkelsbassin Korttidsparkering

‘Shared space’ Legeplads

Trappe Trappe

Trappe Legemøbel Trappe /

Korttidsparkering

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Korttidsparkering Parkering

Ny fodgængerovergang

Trappe / Rampe

PROFESSIONAL / EFFEKT / As Project Leader

BRØNDBY STRAND TRANSFORMATION AND REGENERATION OF EXISTING HOUSING AREA WINNER OF 1ST PHASE Type: Competition Location: Brøndby Strand, Denmark Size: Approx. 50 ha

Brøndby Strand was built in the beginning of the 1970’s, as one of the last examples of modernist residential areas. The vast area stretches more than 2.5 km, has 2.500 housing units and over 8.000 inhabitants. Many of the principles and qualities of modernistic housing can be found here: ‘park- dwellings’, separation of traffic modes, well proportioned and organised buildings and housing units. At the same time, the area suffers from many problems:, it is not well integrated to the surroundings, the overall layout does not correspond to the way the inhabitants actually move in the area, many of the buildings are run down and not well insulated and there is a general feeling of insecurity. The starting point for this proposal is an appreciation of the good intentions and qualities of the original design. With few and well thought out design interventions the area can be transformed in a radical way. The new design for the area is centred around a new central movement corridor through the area, ‘Strøget’, which connects the different levels and integrates pedestrian, bicycle and car movement.

Trappe / Rampe


Centerplads Esplanadeparken Ramper

Cafe / Fælleshus

Rækkehuse Cafe / kulturhus

Bypladsen Parkering Parkering Landskabstrappe

Sport Ny fodgængerovergang

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Esplanadeparken

Strandesplanaden

Idrætshus

Bypladsen

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Sport


ACADEMIC / Kunstakademiets Arkitekskole

KILDEDAL -

The aim of this project is to develop a strategy for sustainable urban growth within the Fingerplan, that prevents the city from sprawling, respect the natural and ecological networks and guarantee urban qualities at all stages of the development.

SUSTAINABLE SUBURBANISM

A potential building zone is laid out within a radius of 1000m from the station. From the circular potential building zone, areas of special interest - nature, built structure and infrastructure - are subtracted.

AN URBAN DEVELOPMENT PLAN AND STRATEGY FOR SUSTAINABLE GROWTH IN A SUBURBAN AREA OUTSIDE OF COPENHAGEN

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Type: Semester Project Location: Kildedal, Denmark Size: 200 ha

The layout and the zoning of the urban fabric is ‘deformed’ by the surrounding landscape, creating a masterplan that adapts to its context.


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Scenic pedestrian path around setllement

Internal ringroad Main Infrastructure total

1. kindergarden

2. biological info centre

1. congress centre

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2. cultural centre

3. school 6. school 4. Oticon 4. food centre 5. bicycle rental 3. sports centre

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Existing buildings transformed into pavilions with special programs

2010

New pavilions in the landscape with public programs

2020

240%

150 %

90 % 60 % 30 % 50 %

2030

2040

Concentric density

Density towards landscape

80 %

Density total


housing 25 %

Total Area:

nature/ 90 % recreation

300 900 m2 business 65 %

Total Area:

1 179 400 m2

Average density:

Average density:

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Main circulation along the sides of the area - the strip along the railway

Maximum volume from which 30 % of the roof and outer facade is subtracted

A 75 * 75 m grid divides the grid into smaller plots

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Situation

Pavilions in landscape with public functions

Pedestrian recreational paths across landscape


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nature/ 5 % recreation

Total Area:

Total Area:

975 500 m2

684 200 m2

Average density:

Average density:

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housing 90 %

housing 65 %

business 15 %

retail 5%

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Situation

A 200 * 200 m grid is established and becomes the main circulation system

Existing Roads are preserved and divide the grid

Main circulation along the sides of the area - the strip along the railway

Passage through built structure

View of the landscape for everybody

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Private green space for every housing unit

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Opening towards landscape - lettig green into built structure

View of the landscape for everybody


PRIVATE / Open ideas competition - 2nd price / In collaboration with rene lindsay

ØRESUND 2040 A SUSTAINABLE VISION AND REGIONAL STRATEGY FOR THE FUTURE DEVELOPMENT OF ØRESUND Type: Open international ideas competition Location: Region of Øresund

The idea of this project is give a visionary and free proposal for the long term physical development of the Øresund region - in a regional, transnational and global perspective. The vision should also strengthen the Øresund Region’s position as a unique metropolis. The point of departure of the project is that the identity of the region of Øresund must emanate from life on its streets and squares. The organization of urban development is described with the metaphor of the castles - as the place where you belong - both figuratively and practical significance. The proposal aims to plan for a network of cities - compact and complex cities, without the complications of urban sprawl. Only if the city’s role and shape rethought, citizens can be convinced that it is better to live close together in the city than to have a large area in the suburbs. Life in the dense city must provide identity - citizenship.


PROFESSIONAL / ARUP / As Project Leader

CITY OF TSHWANE MASTERPLAN MASTERPLAN FOR AN AFRICAN CAPITAL OF EXCELLENCE IN SOUTH AFRICA Type: Commission Location: Pretoria, South Africa Size: 2000 ha

Over the past 20 years, the City of Tshwane has experienced urban decay, mainly in the form of increased crime rates and lack of urban management, leading to a bad reputation and subsequently lack of investment in he city. The masterplan for the City of Tshwane aims to revitalise the inner city by identifying and encouraging potentials and areas of growth. The new masterplan for the city of Tshwane was commissioned by the city of Tshwane in collaboration with the National Department of Public works. It was carried our over 2 years, and integrated a wide range of services such as masterplanning, infrastrucure, planning, economics , transport, stakeholder engagement and urban management. 5 key areas, in strategic locations, each with specific structure and program, will become catalysts for the new development. The key areas are connected by a continuous landscape element - the ‘ Musanda’. The Musanda combines recreation, infrastructure and transport, and re-integrates areas of the city that are today segregated.


ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS

WEST CAPITAL / MARABASTAD

CHURCH SQUARE

CALEDONIAN SPORTS GROUND

PRETORIA STATION & SALVOKOP

‘Focussing the efforts’

Seeds

Musanda

PAUL KRUGER STREET

HELEN JOSEPH STREET

Public transport (BRT)

Corridor

Precincts


Omklædningsfaciliteter

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Flydeponton

Bådehavnen Nordrebassinet

Øresundsbassinet

Fiskerihavnen

Fiskerlandsby Bakkebassinet

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Lystbådehavn

Kanal

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+ Observatorium

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Cruiseshipbassinet

Tud d esøer e Tudsesøer

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Færgehavn Nord

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Kulturhus Docken Kanal

Kajakbassin

Vandhuller

Kalkbrænderiløbet Kanal Cruiseterminal Havnetunnel Vandsportscenter

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Skovcirkler

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PRIVATE / Open competition 3rd prize / In collaboration with Rene Lindsay, Morten Kjer Jeppesen & Mads Boserup Lauritsen

The overall vision of this project is a sustainable city GLVWULFWRIWKHWZHQW\ÀUVWFHQWXU\WKDWFRXOGVHUYHDVD lighthouse because of its innovative and future-oriented solutions that would be able to meet the challenges that we are facing, not least in terms of climate change and resource consumption

CITY ON THE EDGE

This projects reinterpretes the port as structural and historical heritage. Whereas many port developments in recent times have regarded the sites as Tabula Rasa - the blank slate, our project is based in the historical organization of the industrial harbour, in which the maximum amount of quay was established in order for the ships to be loaded. Warehouses were built along the edge and behind buildings lay infrastructure and parks. With this organization you get all the elements of a ‘good’ city - green and blue within walking distance!

NORDHAVNEN - THE SUSTAINABLE CITY OF THE FUTURE - 3rd price in open international competition Location: Nordhavnen, Copenhagen Size: 220 ha


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02a Urban squares

02b Sportsedge

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PROFESSIONAL / EFFEKT Competition - 2nd Prize / As Project Leader

FREDERICIA C DEVELOPMENT OF A FORMER INDUSTRIAL HARBOR AREA

The transformation of this post-industrial area offers a unique potential for the city of Fredericia to reconnect the city to the water, and to create an attractive, active and accessible waterfront for the inhabitants of the city. Rather than a traditional master- plan we propose a ďŹ&#x201A;exible strategy, combining aspects of people, space and economy, that will guarantee urban qualities at all stages and in all parts of the development process.

- 2nd price in international competition Type: Competition Location: Fredericia Size: 20 ha

A series of new public activities e.g. a food- market, a school and a culture- house, combined with a network of urban spaces - public living- rooms - make out the spine of the strategy. By linking a speciďŹ c public building and a urban space to each of the phases we guarantee both urban quality and economic viability throughout the process.


Pubic living- room - network of public spaces


Continuing the grid and preserving the sight- lines

An accessible area - infrastructure

Varying streetscapes

1-2 floors

Non residential

3 floors

Mixed use

4 floors

Culture and institutions Public orientated functions

5 floors or more

Variation in building height and depth

The new Fredericia frid

Courtyards

The new Fredericia frid

Program

A network of public spaces

5 gravity points

Ownership and building plots

Infrastructure and street character


Mix of typologies

Example on perimeter block on Gammelhavn with public oriented facilities and access to lifted courtyard from street

Example on strip of dense solitary volumes from the lobby plaza at Dokken public functions on ground ďŹ&#x201A;oor

Example on rowhousing with lifted court yard and private gardens and greenhouses on the roof.

Campus cluster of freestanding commercial buildings with amenities and greenhouse on the roof.

Special plot of culture or community function

Example on regular perimeter block with roofgardens greenhouses/wintergardens and differentiated hight and facades.


ACADEMIC / Kunstakademiets Arkitekskole

In the last years the relative part of small apartments in Copenhagen has decreased. Many small one-room apartments have been transformed to fewer larger apartments, and few new ones have been built.

THE LITTLE HOUSE

The plot lies in the northeastern corner of a block, and its closest neighbouring houses are old industry buildings, which are high and around 15 meters deep. As a consequense of this, the apartments are distributed as a tower in the outer corner of the plot, with four apartments RQHDFKĂ RRURQHLQHDFKFRUQHUSHQHWUDWHGE\DFHQWUDO staircase, a spine. The apartment-tower stands on a base which contains workshops, study rooms, bicycle-parking etc. On ground level, facing the street, the base contains public functions such as shops, restaurants or bars.

STUDENT HOUSING IN COPENHAGEN Type: semester project Location: Amager, Copenhagen Size: 2500 m2


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Tower concept

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1800 M2 Building (3 X Plotsize)

Constraints

Tower With View

Public Ground Floor

Common Outdoor Spaces

Plan

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PROFESSIONAL / EFFEKT / As Project Leader

KILDEPARKEN 2020 REVITALISATION OF A RUN DOWN MODERNISTIC HOUSING AREA Type: Comission Location: Aalborg Size: 54 ha

Kildeparken is a modernistic housing area in Aalborg, built in the beginning of the 1970’s. During the past years the evolution of the area has been negative. The buildings are run- down and in desperate need of renovation, while the 1100 almost completely similar apartments and the monotonous outdoor- areas lack the qualities to meet the demands and wishes of Aalborg’s modern- day inhabitants. This has led to a rapid increase in crime and social problems in the area. Kildeparken 2020 combines a plan to renovate the rundown buildings and outdoor areas with an overall and holistic transformation strategy of the area into a more active, attractive and safe neighbourhood. The elements of Kildeparken 2020 are: 1) Lighter and better apartments 2) Different facades and building typologies to create more diversity 3) New and improved infrastructure to connect the area’s isolated enclaves 4) New public buildings and activities to activate and attract people to the area 5) New vegetation and landscape activities


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Boliger Andre Funktioner

From a monofunctional housing area to a diverse and multifunctional urban district

From isolated islands to and integrated and connected urban district

From 70 % lawns to a varied and active landscape

From 18 similar deserted parking spaces to 18 unique plazas, each with it own qualities and character


PROFESSIONAL / ARUP / As Project Leader

PRESTON BEACH DEVELOPMENT FRAMEWORK NEW TOWN IN AN ECOLOGICALLY HIGHLY SENSITIVE SETTING IN WEST AUSTRALIA Type: Commission Location: Tottenham, London Size: 10 ha

Preston Beach creates unique relationships between people and nature within the unique landscapes of the Peel region. It will be a model for coastal living, embracing environmental challenges, creating a place that enhances the sensitive landscapes, improves the wetlands habitats and ecosystems and that is resilient to bushďŹ res and challenges of climate change. Preston Beach will be a place of many places, prioritising employment retention, creating opportunities for a range of uses including tourism, art, health & retirement and providing high quality housing diversity and affordability that are unrivalled in the area, enabling the Peel Region to respond to the changing economic and social needs. As such, Preston Beach will thrive as a focal point in the region â&#x20AC;&#x201C; a unique place where people want to live, learn, work and play.


Development Area Social Infrastructure Town & Neighbourhood Centre Employment – Economic Driver Employment – Hotel/ Tourism Infrastructure Open Space

Proposed Integrator Roads Proposed Connector Roads Proposed Access Roads Existing Road Upgradation Development Area

Massing & Open space

Transport & Movement

Land Uses

managed fuel reduction zone

active protection

active protection active protection fire escape

fire escape major bushfires

Lake Preston

Active bushfire protection water network

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managed landscape

managed landscape

managed landscape

protected & connected natural habitat

interface to coastal habitats

interface to ramsar habitats

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Indian Ocean

ramsar buffer

bushfire mitigation zone

medium density development

amenity natural habitat

low density development

bushfire mitigation zone

coastal habitat

Ecology and landscape

Lake Preston


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