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architec ture portfolio tereza mirskรก


content academic projects Tepelský blok - Mariánské Lázně

master’s design studio 2017 individual project based on group-designed development of a city block

northern edge - Františkovy Lázně master’s design studio 2016 conceptual masterplan

OMAnchor

master’s design studio 2016 critical reaction to OMA’s masterplan of the Old Harbour area in Ghent

community_nature_life

master’s design studio 2015 cohousing and kindergarten in Antwerp

GAP house

master’s design studio 2015

double house with a bakery in Antwerp

shadow city

zero impact building project 2016

post military domain conversion in Zeebrugge

town house in Holešovice

bachelor project 2014 - 2015

polyfunctional town house in Prague

art lab

bachelor’s design studio 2014

experimental space for artists and public in Prague

residential house Klárov bachelor’s project 2013 luxurious

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elective course Oikonet 2016

workshops / contests UK Point

student contest for Charles University - proposition of interior renovation of university infopoint

divan garden

MEDS workshop Bucharest - City of contrasts reactivating a heritage house in Romania

130m 3 of waterfall

workshop KU Leuven 2016 rethinking the in-between


Tereza Mirská date of birth 12. 10. 1992 address Okružní 1727 Pelhřimov 39301 phone 00420 776 697 005 email terezamirska@seznam.cz education CTU Prague, Faculty of Architecture - master

September 2015 - June 2018

KU Leuven, Faculteit Architectuur Gent, België September 2015 - June 2016 - Erasmus studies CTU Prague, Faculty of Architecture - bachelor

September 2012 - June 2015

work experience

Atelier Hoffman

since November 2017

under-construciton architects internship programme

December 2016 - March 2017

July - August 2013

A-studio student job in an architectural office o.s. Hodina H volunteer in NGO 2008 - 2014

workshops / contests ATHENS workshop in Milan - Modernity March 2018 - Italy Superstudio contest - finalist March 2018 - Czech Republic and Slovakia

MEDS workshop Bucharest - City of consrasts August 2016 - Romania Rethinking the in-between Workshop April 2016 - Ghent, Belgum UK Point - student contest March 2016 - Prague, Czech Republic skills AutoCAD Rhinoceros + V-ray Adobe Photoshop Adobe InDesign Adobe Illustrator SketchUp + V-ray Archicad + Artlantis languages Czech (native) English (fluent) German (basics) interests travelling, culture, current affairs, art, music, dance, sport


Tepelský blok Mariánské Lázně

3 room flat

3 room flat

in di v idua l p ro je c t bas e d o n gro up - d e sign e d d eve l o p m e nt of a ci t y b l o ck mas te r ‘s d esi gn s t u di o 20 17 C T U t u to r s _ A 5 47 Re d če nkov - Da n da By the common deisgn of the development of the city block in the centre of Mariánské Lázně we responded to a the current issue of the energy outflow from the city centre. Although we are located in a spa city, all procedures take place only in private hotel complexes. Likewise, other functions of the ordinary public life are gradually being removed from the centre and so it slowly becomes an open-air museum for tourists. We tried to face this trend by placing a public bath in the block. The spa goes throughout all the houses in one floor. It occupies the area of the whole block and has a central entrance to the building at the pedestrian crossing in the middle of the block. In different houses are different procedures, which are connected by a corridor going around the inner courtyard. The spa facilities include entry areas with examination area, space for administration, and other facilities. Healing procedures are divided to wet and dry operation. Wet procedures are for example mineral baths, peat wraps, hydrotherapy and wellness treatments such as whirlpools and relaxation pools and saunas. Dry operation consists of electro-treatment and gas injections and offers other services such as massages or beauty services. The main theme of my proposal is to divide the block by a passage that physically and visually connects the park and the square. It also allows access to a public spa, halfway through the staircase, which overcomes the height of two floors. Two blocks of flats form the street front of the block, the northern one bridges the passageway, the southern one on the other hand recedes and strengthens the view into the park. The spatial and material essence of the spa is inscribed onto the facade of the southern building as well as the courtyard part of the building, showing various uses inside the house.

retail retail 5 room flat

2 room flat

men‘s cloakroom reception ladies‘ cloakroom

supply, storage, staff cloakroom

doctors‘ office café lift

main entrance to the spa

lift corridor connecting the spa entrance to the residential house

corridor connecting the spa entrance to the residential house


living/accommodation

public spa

retail

underground parking


norhern edge Františkovy Lázně c o n c e p t u a l

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The determining matter for the proposal was the presence of clearly articulated edge of the town - the railway line that helped to define the street network. Part of the proposal is to support the newly established town center at the intersection of the historic core and the later grown town - at the crossroads of Americká and Anglická streets. To support this concept we propose to build also in the eastern parts of the town. The backbone of the design is the main street, which is part of the radial and tangent street system. The closer it approaches the centre, the more intensive and greener it becomes. Another integrating element of the design is a path along the railway for pedestrians and cyclists. In the newly designed residential area in the southeast, the path splits in two and it includes the remote spring of Natálie in the ring around the town. Then it connects to a regional cycle path and newly designed system of roads in parks and peat bogs. On the north-western outskirts of the city there is currently a socialistic housing estate and an uncontrolled development of family houses. Our proposal defines a new street structure, complements the built-up area and articulates the borderline between the town and landscape. In the station area we use the potential of proximity to the centre and we propose apartment buildings, villas and terraced houses. In the seemingly more remote southeast area, we propose building-up family houses and so the historical center finds itself at the center of the town again.

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mas te r ’s d esign s t u dio 20 1 6 C T U tutors_ A 5 47 Re d če nkov - Da n da co -a u t h o r_ Te reza Sý ko rová This urban design identifies unused spaces within the town. They are mostly located alongside the railway line. The proposal emphasizes the potential of using such spaces in contrary to today’s practice of building-up the areas at the outskirts of the town. It focuses on linking newly designed structure with the existing structure of the town.

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path along the railway 2_small square 7_crossroads by the artschool

main street

4_public space in front of the station

8_public space by the church

5_entrance to the town

6_square by the train stop


1_neighbourhood gathering space

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4_public space in front of the station

5_entrance to the town

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7_crossroads by the artschool

8_public space by the church


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The OMAnchor building is situated in a unique location within the Old Harbour of Ghent, a crossing point for pedestrian routes, connecting the site with the city. Moreover its position encompasses views of the old harbour and opens itself to the city centre. Submerging the majority of the building underground leaves the passage on ground level open, yet strengthening the connection to the water at the same time. This provides enough space for a café/bar, boat rental office and a boat tour stop at the pier. The second area of the building houses public toilets that can enlarge their capacity to cater for events held in the event area nearby. The small above-ground part of the building serves as a viewing platform with a café entrance and a ticket sale office under it.

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_OMAnchor design The design anchors the OMA plan on a community level and becomes the new orientation point in the Old Harbour. It serves also as and anchorage to stop for a moment, have a drink, rent a boat, relax and observe... Materiality such as steel sheet piles refers to the history of harbour making the building of its place.

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The masterplan has a blatant disregard for the existing vibrancy and diversity of community life, public space and activity in this location. The DOK site is a dynamic and creative space holding important socio-cultural value.

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master‘s design studio 2016 KU Leuven tutors_ Bruno Peeters - Adria Carbonell individual design based on group research

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critical reaction to OMA‘s masterplan of the Old Harbour area in Ghent in a form of public facility for event area of the DOK

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180 m2 of shared space kitchen winter garden living room play room library

285 m2 of shared space kitchen dining room living room play room home office library laundry room

cohousing and kindergarten in the 20th century city belt of Antwerp

master‘s design studio 2015 KU Leuven tutor_ Gisele Gantois individual design based on group research Following proposal is based on the need of providing housing and facilities for the growing population of the city of Antwerp and densifying its 20th century belt. After detailed investigation of the area of Hoboken district, three types of space, which aim to describe the specific nature and atmosphere of the place suitably, were identified: per forming space, public hiding space and private hiding space. Performing space is a space, where an action takes place and where people are seen. In this case it is a new street, a kindergarten and a shared garden. Rather small kindergarten for 16 children from 3 to 6 years old was designed. It uses a canteen of the home for elderly to encourage social interactions. Another part of the proposal is a shared garden that can be used by the elderly people, kindergarten children as well as other people from the community. Public hiding space is usually a place closely linked to a community, it is formally accessible for all but it possesses a special atmosphere of a peaceful openspace „shelter“, where people meet. In this case it is a green area behind the new houses united by a natural border between new and existing greenery. Private hiding space is a space where people are not seen and can enjoy their privacy. In this case there are two types of cohousing units designed. In the middle of the unit there is a shared space and at its sides there are private apartments with all the standard equipment including kitchen. The apartments are modular in many different sizes and layouts which allows various configuration of the private parts of cohousing unit according to the residents‘ needs.

apartments 64 m2 3 people

32 m2 2 people

67 m2 4 people

100 m2 5 people

100 m2

5 people

32 m2 2 people

p er forming space

public hiding space

private hiding space

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people are seen, formal interaction

in general

people see each other, informal interaction

in general

people are not seen, privacy

new street, kindergarten, home for elderly, shared gardening and connections between them

green area behind the new houses united by a natural border between new and existing greenery

different types of cohousing units, modular apartments allowing many configurations

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GAP house double house with a bakery in Antwerp

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master‘s design studio 2015 KU Leuven tutors_ Tomas Ooms, Marc Dujardin small scale architectural intervention The parcel is located in the 20th century city belt of Antwerp in a residential neighbourhood. It is determined by a busy crossroad in front of it and a calm park with a creek behind it. Nowadays this narrow gap within row houses serves as a transit point to get from the park to the street and vice versa. The prognoses for the city of Antwerp shows a rapid increase of inhabitants in the upcoming few decades, therefore higher density of the built-up area and more facilities and jobs will be needed. This design indicates a possible way to react to this future situation and to the present context as well. To retain the connection between the street and the park, the main volume of the house was lifted up and the ground floor was moved aside to create a public passage. A part of this proposition is a small bakery facing the street, adding new purpose to only a transit point. The inner dispositions of the house were made with regard to adaptability in the future. One bigger dwelling for a family of four members is placed on the street side, while second smaller dwelling for three people is situated in the back of the parcel. They are separated from each other by an atrium, but still connected by a terrace and the public passage. A room on the ground floor facing the park serves as a work or gathering space for the inhabitants of the house, it can also be opened towards the park. Alongside with the view to the atrium, this allows the inhabitants to have a control of the inner part of the passage. Sharing some space and making a space for public benefit, such as the bakery and the passage, encourages a feeling of responsibility for the public space which their house provides, and tolerance to others.

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ground floor existing exterior wall _ U = 0,117 W/m2K _ existing brick wall _ eco EPS insulation _ EPDM foil _ plaster

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The Shadow City project is a redesign of a former military site in Zeebrugge into a community for refugees who are allowed to stay permanently. The project can house a mixture of families, singles and orphans, in total about 300 people, out of which 152 people can be housed in the designed residential building. This residential building, former garages, was divided into eleven units that were designed in detail. One unit contains six apartments and can house 16 people, the covered space in between units serves as a community space or a small workshop place. Aspect of sustainable design were considered and planned, such as rain water and potable water treatment, food cycle, renewable energy sources, sustainable materials which helped reaching passive standard as well. One of the major issues resulting in many problems in refugee camps is boredom, that is why the site also has some social functions such as community gardens, a greenhouse and a school/community centre. The big pond on the site functions not only as a water reservoir but it can also be open to the public as a recreational area. These features help the integration of the newcomers.

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zero impact building 2016 KU Leuven team_ Elien Caubergh, Magali Cleemput, Tereza Mirska, Weronika Widenska, Kamila Zareba

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post military domain in Zeebrugge Belgium

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shadow cit y


post military site view with new functions


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third/fifth floor

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passage retail

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staircase

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passage

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The concept of the building emerged from a typical Czech town house typology, therefore it fits the context naturally. The aim of this design was to provide enough privacy with a possibility of creating a healthy community within the house and preserving the connection to a park across the street at the same time. The whole parcel area is occupied by a higher retail ground floor with a passage, other floors are divided into two volumes. These different residential parts are separated by a narrow gap, that disrupts the compactness of the long southern facade, provides alternative connection of the street with the garden, visually connects the inner part with the surroundings and creates an interesting view towards the Vltava river with Vítkov hill in the background. The courtyard, which is located above a part of the ground floor, serves as a community garden for the residents. The security and safety feeling is emphasized by a heavy, geometric and rhythmical facade design. The flatness and monotony of this facade is reduced by using enclosed balconies, which create plasticity. There are 40 apartments of different kinds and sizes situated at five floors and each of them is provided with a parking space. Such a diversity of choice attracts different types of people, too. The whole building offers contemporary retail and living spaces, their concept and dispositions react to diverse needs of residents as well as retailers.

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bachelor project 2014 - 2015 CTU tutor_ doc. Ing. arch. Zdeněk Rothbauer

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p o l y f un c t io nal tow n h o us e in Pra gu e

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town house in Holešovice

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experimental space for artists and public ba ch e l o r ’s d esi gn s t u dio 20 1 4 C T U t u to r s _ H ra d e čný H ra d e čná This institution, designed in Prague’s district Břevnov, serves as a space for artists’ and people’s experiments, as a place for inspiration, self-realization, creativity and as a space for art presentation as well. Art Lab should enable blending of art fields, encourage communication and interaction between them. As an unusual establishment, Art Lab should be known not only among the art community, but it should also address public and the will to discover and learn. The unconventional appearance of the building matches these principles. In a modular grid filled with units of 8x6x4 m all the functions are placed, such as space for fine art, photo studio, clothing studio. Other spaces are for music, such as recording studio and rehearsal rooms, and others are dance studios. Also an exhibition hall and variable stage and café with a terrace were designed. All the departments are connected and share common spaces with relax zones and facilities. The simple space scheme and colour differentiation of the functions make the orientation easier. The main aim was to create a variable space that can adjust in time and changing needs.

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residential house Klárov

kočárky, kola 20 m2

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luxurious living at Prague’s riverbank A

ba ch e l o r ’s d esign s t u dio 20 13 C T U t u to r s _ Ko rd ov sk ý Vr bat a

komerce 22 m2

The designed residential house is located at Prague’s riverbank in Lesser Town district. The new building finishes a row of town houses from the 19th century, it reacts to the context by means of contrast, while still completing the atmosphere of this place.

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The six-floor building offers seven luxurious apartments including one with a possibility of two-generation living. It offers parking at two underground floors as well.

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A part of the overall appearance of the building is formed by sheeting from corten steel. This material was chosen to create a contrast effect to the historic atmosphere of this area, as a complementary element to the red roofs of Lesser Town, and as a reference to a former iron bridge, that used to be located in front of this building.

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the moment we do not occupy informs us what we can occupy e l e c t i ve O iko n e t 20 1 6 K U Le u ve n t u to r_ dr s . a rchi te c t To mas O o ms spa ce a bs t ra c t i o n in c as e of p ub li c p r i vate re lat i o nship

Absence of borders in a space makes a person feel confused or even lost. Hence it is natural that there always exist some barriers dividing two different kinds of spaces. Sometimes we can see them, sometimes not, sometimes we can touch them, sometimes we cannot. Tangible, physical borders are very clear towards the user of a space, they give an evident notion of where he or she stands and to whom the space belongs, whether the space is outside, inside, private, or public. Though borders define the organisation of a space, physical boundaries can form obstacles and interrupt the communication between both spaces. On the other hand, well-placed and well-designed barrier can induce the interaction. As Italo Calvino states in his book Invisible Cities - Cities & Desire 1: “There are two ways of describing the city of Dorothea...� Firstly he introduces Dorothea using facts and describing physical forms, but not only these characterize the city. There is another dimension that is present in the city: interaction and life. This is what opens your eyes, gives you opportunities, induces communication and contact between people. Therefore we know that there are many possibilities how to facilitate the interaction in a real life. If we take the relationship between private dwelling and public space as an example, the notion of a border, the barrier between the outside and inside, ours and mine should create, as Jan Gehl named it, a soft edge. So it is in our power to strengthen the relationship between two spaces and prevent anonymity, by using well-placed elements - moments - moments between U & I. References:

Jan Gehl - Cities for people Calvino Italo - Invisible Cities

1_Anatomy Architecture + Atelier Hands & Heart Cafe in Bangkok A subtle element claiming the outside space, encouraging one's imagination about filling the space.

2_Herzog & de Meuron and Ai Weiwei Serpentine Gallery Pavilion 2012 Only the small level difference together with the canopy can create a notion of outside and inside, open and protected.

3_physical model at the exhibition in Antwerp

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proposition of interior renovation o f C h a r l e s U n i v e r s i t y ’s i n f o p o i n t s t u d e nt co ntes t a u to r s _ Vo j tě ch N ovot ný,

20 1 6 Te reza Ja roslav

box with a built-in air curtain

steel bar with hangers

lockable showcase

steel bar with LED lighting counter

storage in the office

changing room

Pra gu e M ir ská , Němec

In the historic context of the Old Town in Prague we designed a new UK Point, place for presentation of Charles University, public relations, for contact with future, current and former students. With respect to the heritage we based the concept on simplicity, purity, elegance and contemporariness, which is represented by three basic elements_ counter, steel bar, glazed partition. Co unte r_ serves also as a showcase where the displayed products are seen from the street. Materiality such as wooden structure covered with steel sheets meets the practical requirements and it complements the historic background neatly and contrastingly. Ste e l ba r_ simple longitudinal line optically emphasises the essence of the former passage and leads the visitor further, where he has the opportunity to see and try out the goods hanging on the steel bar. All the products hang on a specially designed hangers. The bar itself is curved at the end to create a changing room crates and it is connected to the ceiling and floor by steel strings. G la ze d pa r t i t i o n _ the long space is divided into a larger shop with a hotel entrance and a smaller office with a storage space. The glazed partition is composed from glass fragments and one of them is used as a projection surface for a digital presentation. O f f i ce _ the office space in the back part of the former passage is furnished practically and functionally. The same steel bar can be found here serving as a space to place the goods from the shop after closing.

steel bar steel levelling floor hotel entrance

glazed partition with digital presentation

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reactivating a heritage house in Romania M EDS wo r k sh o p 20 1 6 B u cha res t t u to r s _ A l exa n dra Sto i c a , Ma r k Lo ra nt M ihat , Ko n ra d M ihat tea mwo r k of 20 pa r t i cipa nt s A workshop powered by MEDS in collaboration with Calup group and National Heritage Institute of Romania was held with the purpose of reactivating an abandoned heritage house in Bucharest. It is supposed to house the PR department of The National Heritage Institute and be open to public, hold events, cultural projects, talks and pleasant evenings. The workshop made its contribution by renovating the garden and setting an exhibition in the basement of the house. Together we designed and built a pavement, two types of comfortable seating, garden decorations, flower boxes, flower beds and an exhibition wall made out of paper tubes in the basement. All was made by using cheap methods and materials, reusing old things from the house. And all came to life with passion, fun and a great collective of young people from different fields.

1_the house berofe the workshop photo_Calup

2_the house after the workshop photo_Sebastian Apostol

3_the house after the opening for public photo_Irina Leca

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in-between

wo r k sh o p 20 1 6 KU Lev u e n t u to r_ A na K re č , SVET VMES / ADAPT-r tea m _ Ana Ponce, Ilana Razbash, Kamila Zareba, Tereza Mirská, Weronika Wideńska The temporary intervention was located inside the Faculty of Architecture building in Ghent, a former Sint Lucas monastery, at one of its staircases. This old wooden staircase has the most sculpted treads in the building. First, generations of monks, then architecture students have worn these treads down. The steps have been moulded and eroded along the shortest and most convenient route. There is a lot of movement here, there is flow. Students perch themselves on the worn down timbers when there is nowhere else to sit. The waterfall intervention highlights this observation. The cubes mark moments of unused in the in-between, serving as suggestions of seating places on rocks along the flowing river. Around them, the waterfall streams along the memory of steps once taken, showing the ultimate passage of time. This yellow tape intervention shows that perhaps in the future, more formal seating may become available to students. This is not simply empty circulation space. The in-between holds memories, history and is indeed used by people.

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