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PORTFOLIO Architect MAA Sofie Overgaard


SOFIE OVERGAARD b. 30.07.1986, Copenhagen Frederiksborggade 39A, 1. 1360 Copenhagen C +45 2810 1830 sc.overgaard @ gmail.com linkedin.com/in/sofie-overgaard


INDEX 4 CV

Selected works:

6

THE SPACE & THE SURFACE, THE RECEPTION & THE FACADE A studenthotel in Copenhagen Thesis Project / KADK

24

CULINARY ACADEMY School and Center in Tønder 7th Semester Project / KADK

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COMA, COPENHAGEN MODERN ART Museum of Modern Art in Nørrebro Bachelor Project / KADK

42

FRAGMENT & ASSEMBLY Extension for the Sclerosis Hospital in Haslev 9th Semester Project / KADK

48

BARRACKS OF AALBORG Green Establishments Competition Proposal / Polyform Architects

50

LIVING ON THE EDGE Housing on the harbour of Islands Brygge Competition Proposal / Polyform Architects


CV EDUCATION 09 / 2014 - 06 / 2016

The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts,School of Architecture KADK Master Student Department for Spatial Design, Perception & Detail

09 / 2010 - 06 / 2013

The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture KADK Bachelor Student Department 8, Architecture, Experiment & Technology Department 11, Architecture, Design & Industrial Form

08 / 2002 - 06 / 2006

Sct. Annae Gymnasium, Valby Linguistic/Musical Diploma

08 / 1998 - 08 / 2002

The Art School in Tvillingehallen Cartoon Class w/ Lars Hornemann

08 / 1993 - 06 / 2002

School at Østerfarimagsgade, Copenhagen

STUDY TRIPS AND STAYS ABROAD 07 / 2016

Iceland Reykjavík and southcoast

04 / 2015

Milan, Italy Academy exhibition at Salone del Mobile

08 / 2014

Spain Barcelona - Madrid - Seville

10 / 2013

London, United Kingdom

03 / 2013

Istanbul, Turkey

10 / 2011 - 11 / 2011

France & Germany Lyon - Paris - Düsseldorf - Hamburg

07 / 2011

Morocco Marrakech - Agadir - Taghazout - Casablanca - Meknes - Fes

06 / 2009 - 12 / 2009

Berlin, Germany Residing in Berlin prior to studying architecture

05 / 2009

Israel Tel Aviv - Eilat - Jerusalem

07 / 2006 - 08 / 2006

Cuba Havana - María la Gorda - Trinidad - Santiago de Cuba - Matanzas - Varadero

LANGUAGE

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Danish English Swedish / Norwegian German

Native language Advanced Intermediate Good understanding, but limited vocabulary

SKILLS

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Photoshop / Illustrator / InDesign Rhino / Vray AutoCAD / MS Office Digital / Analog sketching Photography / Modelbuilding

Advanced / Advanced / Advanced Advanced / Intermediate Intermediate / Intermediate


EXPERIENCE 08 / 2016 - present

The Bathing House of Christiania, Copenhagen Architect, project employment

04 / 2015 - 06 / 2015

COBE Architects Modelbuilder, project employment

04 / 2014 - present

Roskilde Festival Designer and construction manager Concept development, construction and realization

02 / 2014 - 06 / 2014

Polyform Architects Internship

04 / 2013 - 10 / 2014

Bolia, Copenhagen Salesman

06 / 2012 - 08 / 2012

Nicodesign Studio Student assistant Preparation of 3D models, visualizations and communication

11 / 2009 - 01 / 2011

Restaurant Gefährlich, Copenhagen Supervisor Responsible for stock, open-close and daily operation

07 / 2009 - 11 / 2009

Brezel Bar, Berlin Barista Responsible for stock, open-close and daily operation

04 / 2008 - 07 / 2009

Ulrik Schwanenflügel Architectfirm A/S Student assistant Office work, model building and preparation of drawings

05 / 2007 - 06 / 2009

Caffé Ritazza, Copenhagen Airport / SSP Denmark Senior Barista Responsible for stock and training

04 / 2005 - 05 / 2007

Various restaurants, Copenhagen Airport / SSP Danmark Waiter

04 / 2005 - 10 / 2006

7 Communications & Media Graphic designer Design and print case preparation of flyers and posters for events in Copenhagen

REFERENCES Anne-Marie Kruse, Architect MAA Teaching Associate Professor Institute for Architecture & Design, KADK +45 4170 1627 akrus @ kadk.dk Malene Hansen Kitchen Sales Manager Vipp A/S Former Store Manager, Bolia, Copenhagen + 45 4588 8815 mah @ vipp.com Ulrik Schwanenflügel, Architect MAA Ulrik Schwanenflügel Architectfirm A/S +45 3393 8870 post @ usark.dk


The Space & the Surface, the Reception & the Facade Introduction

THE SPACE & THE SURFACE, THE RECEPTION & THE FACADE A Student Hotel in Copenhagen Thesis Project / KADK

The project focuses on the foreign students in Copenhagen, by using the typology of the hotel, facilitating the meeting between the city and the resident. The program merges the uncertain, homeless situation many students in Copenhagen experience with the flexibility of the hotel. The Student Hotel is placed in an infill in Vesterbro in Copenhagen. This project is focused on the use of concrete and the development of a characteristic surface, that will provide and manifest the architectural identity of the building. The texture of the surface articulates a continuous process through the building, and links the two building elements usually seen divided: the exterior and interior. The three scales of the project:

Scale of the Street

FACADE

RECEPTION

SURFACE

Scale of the Space

Materiality


The Space & the Surface, the Reception & the Facade Map of Copenhagen Siteplan


The Space & the Surface, the Reception & the Facade Analysis

HOTEL TYPOLOGY By type, the hotel has some common characteristics. These characteristics exchange in articulation and presence depending on the clientele, price, location and style of the hotel. Here is shown the series of spatial meetings, which are largely common for hotels and hostels worldwide. The diagram of the Hotel Typology, shows how people move together and separate from each other, on the way from the public domain to the private. The diagram of the Student Hotel shows how to create openness, communication and community, by pulling the space of the restaurant, reception, staircase and corridor into a joined movement. Thus, the transition from private to public becomes instant, and opens up to one common room.


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The Space & the Surface, the Reception & the Facade Process and concept development


The Space & the Surface, the Reception & the Facade Process and concept development


The Space & the Surface, the Reception & the Facade Concept of shape

1. Filled space between Sundevedsgade 6 and 12.

2. The bottom story is pulled in, while opening up between the street and the yard. The floor surface juts out into the street and becomes a carpet in the full width of the hotel.

3. The open space is pulled up through the building to connect the spaces that the hotel typology divides.


The Space & the Surface, the Reception & the Facade Concept of shape

4. The balconies of the atrium pulled about the elevatorshaft with the main staircase.

5. The landings of the fire-staircase pulls the balconies in a canon. The winding movement in the space accompanies guests up through the building.

6. The roofstory pulls in to expose the ends of the adjacent buildings. The staircases are pulled up above the roof and mark themselves as recognizable elements from the street level.


The Space & the Surface, the Reception & the Facade Plans

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The Space & the Surface, the Reception & the Facade Plan of entrance level Plan of 3rd level


The Space & the Surface, the Reception & the Facade Elevation seen from the street Section seen towards the yard


The Space & the Surface, the Reception & the Facade Section seen towards the street Elevation seen from the yard


The Space & the Surface, the Reception & the Facade Construction


The Space & the Surface, the Reception & the Facade Isometric of the hotelroom


The Space & the Surface, the Reception & the Facade Render of the infill in Sundevedsgade Render of the reception area


The Space & the Surface, the Reception & the Facade Render of the entrance area


The Space & the Surface, the Reception & the Facade Render of the view from the reception


The Space & the Surface, the Reception & the Facade Render from 2nd level Render of the view from the roof


Culinary Academy Introduction

CULINARY ACADEMY

School and Center in Tønder 7th Semester Project / KADK

The school is a center for chefs and nutrition assistants who will work with gastronomy, health and nutrition, in a conscious, sustainable and rustic way. The school offers a thorough knowledge of the growing and preparation of commodities. Students will work closely with farmers, butchers, dairies and breweries, with an ambition to change the hierarchy of the industry and allow the food to get shorter route from farm to fork. By focusing on agriculture and the food we eat, I hope to awaken a pride in the people of the town of Tønder, and an awareness that it pays off to buy locally. In general we see a oneway-ecosystem that goes from the farmer, through many middlemen, to the bigger cities and end up in food waste, rather than a circular motion, where everyone involved, take a stand and responsibility.


Culinary Academy Spatial concept collages


Culinary Academy Analysis

DIAGRAM Cross-section of the stakeholders affectsing the ideology of the project. Local - Growth Tønder Municipality’s perspective on the project is important as the project is motivated based on municipal issues. National - Food Industry The sectoral perspective elucidates the project professionally. Cooperation between the culinary schools is significant. Globally - New Nordic Kitchen In the global context, the ideology of the project is relevant in terms of branding.

DIAGRAM Interaction of the spaces affecting the form of the project. Local - Building Tradition The existing environment is characterized by traditional crafts and strong influences from Germany and the Netherlands. National - Interaction Interaction between space and context. Towns and schools. Agriculture and Consumer. Globally - New Nordic Architecture Identity, materials and sustainability.


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Culinary Academy Spatial relations concept


Culinary Academy Siteplan Concept model


Culinary Academy Plan and sections


Culinary Academy Plan and sections


Culinary Academy Entrance visualization


Culinary Academy Workshop visualization Greenhouse visualization


COMA, Copenhagen Modern Art Introduction

COMA, COPENHAGEN MODERN ART Museum of Modern Art in Nørrebro Bachelor Project / KADK

An art museum in Nørrebro will use its attractions to attract a larger crowd to visit the district, of them many will be tourists from around the world. The meeting between the global and high-profile art world, and the situational conditions on Nørrebro, creates an interesting tension in the project. A convector is defined as an essential part of the project, described in the way the museum and the area meet. CONTEXT The two active squares, Blågårds Plads and Folkets Park, are divided by a 70s housing block, which forms a border between the “public”, easily accessible part of the estate, and the local, terratorially embossed part. The new initiative, COMA, will generate a greater flow of visitors in the area, and the dense residential complex will be on new terms with the city and the district. COMA will create an open connection between the two squares, and grade the former immediate division of the place.


COMA, Copenhagen Modern Art Existing siteplan New siteplan

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Folkets Park

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COMA, Copenhagen Modern Art Process and concept development


COMA, Copenhagen Modern Art Process and concept development


COMA, Copenhagen Modern Art Concept

CONCEPT The convectorial ideology of COMA will consist of a submerged terrain facility, in the green length from Nørrebrogade. Starting in open space, the terrain narrows gradually into a more fragmented pace, as it approaches the museum and ties itself to the building. A space for sitting in the old courtyard of the housing estate at the museum’s output, shows COMAs engagement in the region and encourages the use of urban space - both for residents and guests. Inspired by a skateboarders energy and fluidity of movement, the terrain is an invitation and introduction of the museum. The museum has an entangled stairway inside, continuing the movement of the terrain facility. The visitor will therefore move in a controlled path, from the ground level to the 2nd floor, 2nd floor to the 3rd floor, 3rd floor to the first floor and from there back to the ground floor and exit in the courtyard behind COMA.


COMA, Copenhagen Modern Art Plans Section

Ground level

1st floor

2nd floor

3rd floor


COMA, Copenhagen Modern Art Diagramtic collage of site Render of the entrance of COMA


COMA, Copenhagen Modern Art Render of the big exhibition space Render of the exit of COMA


Fragment & Assembly Introduction

FRAGMENT & ASSEMBLY

Extension for the Sclerosis Hospital in Haslev 9th Semester Project / KADK

The project is a therapeutic setting for patients at the Sclerosis Hospital in Haslev. Symptoms and progression of the disease can be reduced, in many cases, by a healthy diet and an active lifestyle. The extension space will create space for two core functions related to a course of therapy: One is bodily strength - physical exercise. The other is mental strength - therapeutic mindfulness. PATIENT AND SPACE The extension is radically different from the existing gyms at the Sclerosis Hospital, as they are characterized by clinical tools and hard surfaces. The project is the setting for inner peace and activation of the senses. This is where there is room to take a break from everyday challenges, and to explore a present that is not characterized by obstacles. The vision is to facilitate the limited patient, and thus let this meet new opportunities. The individual is strengthened in his or her understanding of their own body, and creates courage and faith in a different future. Here strengthens bodily freedom and consciousness in a space where we move together.

The patient in the space - the space in the patient


Fragment & Assembly Isometric of the extension


Fragment & Assembly Concept of shape

CONCEPT The relationship between the constructed space and nature, is bearing the atmosphere and inspires inner space. The forest filters the sky and sunlight, and creates a new room every day, year round. The Space must invite a playful ambition to extend beyond the psychological limits, attached to the patient’s uncertainty in physical ability. Concept of shape:

1. Enclosed space

2. Connection to nature

3. Dividing of space

4. Walls penetrate the interface of the space and dissolves the frame

5. The walls connect to the ground and supports the construction


Fragment & Assembly Conceptual collages


Fragment & Assembly Spatial collages


Fragment & Assembly Construction


Barracks of Aalborg Introduction Diagram by Jenny Haraldsdottir

BARRACKS OF AALBORG

Green Establishments Competition Proposal / Polyform Architects

Based on the current disposition of the two barracks of Aalborg, the masterplan is divided in clear activity-based zones, supporting a more condensed and flexible disposition of the barracks over time. Everyday life for the barracks users will be improved and made more efficient, as the internal transport work is confined and workflows optimized. This saves resources significantly. The traffic in the area, is separated into heavy and soft traffic for the benefit of the safety and well-being. The activity-based zoning will essentially erase the historical boundaries between the barracks of Hvorup and North Uttrup, and lead to one facility in the future. Henceforth the establishment is called Barracks of Aalborg.


Barracks of Aalborg Renders of various areas by Sofie Overgaard


Living on the Edge Introduction

LIVING ON THE EDGE

Housing on the harbour of Islands Brygge Competition Proposal / Polyform Architects

This project seeks to qualify cohesion in the new residential area at Islands Brygge and create some extremely attractive housing. We have therefore focused on creating a project in eye height, which sets the stage for the good city and home living. ‘Living on the edge’ is about living and enable the edges of the city. The base is the new bonding element of the area. The base is the face of the building. This is where you arrive, this is where city life unfolds. The base is highlighted with shifts in material, higher level of detail and larger windows. The torso is the quiet part of the building, that creates coherence with the simple expression and color scheme of the context. With the large buildings, we’re working with the rational ‘industrial’ simplicity, as the previously and newly refurbished silos in the area. The roof is the block end towards the sky and therefore requires a special architectural processing. The variation of the scales at Islands Brygge, makes the roofs an important part of the daily vision for many people. At the same time many of the buildings can be seen from afar, and therefore the profile becomes an important part of the overall silhouette of the house.


Living on the Edge Concepts by Sofie Overgaard


Living on the Edge Sections by Henrik Faurskov


Living on the Edge Render by Henrik Faurskov


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