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Tamara Kahn | University of Edinburgh MArch Application


Honours and Awards

Architectural Experience

‘Festival des Cabanes 2013’ | 1st Prize 2013 | Design competition for a Bus Shelter followed by project management until completion

Fabeck Architectes 2013-2014 |6 months | www.fabeck.lu

European Biennial of Landscape Architecture in Barcelona 2012 | My project ‘Landscape’ had been selected to be shown at the exhibition in Barcelona

Curriculum Vitae

Tamara Kahn

KSCV Gold+ Award (Kent Student Certificate for Volunteering) 2013 | over 200 hours of volunteering in one year Duke of Edinburgh Award: Gold 2010

Current Position Volunteering with the Shelter Research Unit of the International Red Cross since March 2014

Education

Email kahn.tamara@gmail.com

University of Kent 2010 -2013 | BA Hons Architecture | RIBA Part 1 | Grade: 1st Class Honours

Home Address 60, rue de la Gare | L-4999 Sprinkange | Luxembourg Mobile [00352] 691 826 189 | [0044] 7774 257 465

Athénée de Luxembourg 2003 -2010 | Grade : ‘Very Good’ | Final Year Subjects : Maths, Chemistry, Physics, Economics, English, German, Philosophy

Graham Wright Architect 2013 | RIBA Mentoring Scheme G+P Müller 2012|3 weeks|www.mullerarchitectes.lu Bruck und Weckerle 2011|4 weeks| www.bruck-weckerle.com Skills & Expertise Softwares ArchiCAD (strong) Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator (strong) AutoCAD (strong) Revit (good) SketchUp (good) 3D Studio Max (good) Vectorworks (basic) Languages English (mother tongue) Luxembourgish (mother tongue) Hebrew (mother tongue) French (fluent) German (fluent)


Volunteer Experience

Employment

Vice President for Article 25 Student Chapter 2012 - 2013 | Organising and Leading Events in a Group of +-15 Volunteers to raise money and awareness for Article 25

Municipality of Mamer : Summer School July 2011

Organising activities for defavorised children in Romania July 2012 | 2 weeks | Understanding the needs of the children and organising activities that would benefit them best

IEE July 2008

Scouts Leader September 2006 - September 2010 | Once a week | Organising and Leading activities for 6-8 year olds in a group of 4-6 volunteers

Other Qualified Activity Leader for Children 2009 | Formation over 2 years that allows me to be in charge of a group of children

Reference

Driving Licence 2008 | Clean

Keith Bothwell Senior Lecturer at the University of Kent | k.bothwell@kent.ac.uk Tatiana Fabeck Director and Founder of Architectes | tfa@fabeck.lu

Fabeck

Municipality of Dippach : Summer School July 2009

Guardian Luxguard July 2007

Further Interests Dance (shows and competitions) Playing percussion instruments Scouts Travelling


I am strongly drawn to the MArch course at the Edinburgh College of Art because of its innovative educational methodology offering a choice of thought provoking themes and a large range of research opportunities, hence enabling individuals to pursue self-driven architectural interests. The strong studio culture at ESALA allowing interactions with students of various academic fields, such as landscape architecture, urban design and architectural conservation is a further important asset the cutting edge architectural education.

Personal Statement

Tamara Kahn

The creation of spaces where people can prosper is one of the most demanding, yet rewarding challenges. Taking part in the design of new architectural spaces has always tempted me, the confluence of technical and artistic issues being particularly appealing. Yet it was not until completing my Bachelor and throughout my year-out that I gained a full understanding of how architecture engages with all aspects of human life. I see architecture as a comprehensive problem solving exercise where the right balance between artistic, structural and functional qualities has to be found.

Throughout my MArch I wish to pursue my research into city regeneration. During my first year-out placement, I was part of a winning competition team in charge of a 17ha regeneration masterplan, a highly instructive challenge. I learned to understand the value of land ownership and building phases, allowing different parts of a city to be built independently, as well as the importance of existing axes and structures. The differences in society and culture that shape the buildings and the layout of a city are a further architectural field


that I am particularly keen to continue discovering. Speaking five languages fluently and having visited and lived in various societies, I have gained a deep understanding of different cultures. Having written my bachelor degree dissertation on ‘Providing Shelter after Natural Disasters’, I was able to secure a 6-month internship at the Shelter Research Unit of the Red-Cross where I am in charge of carrying out a housing development project, 4 months of which I will spend in Senegal. This internship is a great learning opportunity where I am becoming familiar with adobe construction, as well as gaining a deep insight into Senegalese culture and architectural background. Being a determined person, I enjoy planning and making projects come to reality. This does not solely refer to architecture, but also to various aspects of my free time. Whilst in the 2nd and 3rd year of my Bachelor, I was part of the Kent Article 25 Student Chapter, first as treasurer, then as vice-president raising over £4000 in two years. Moreover, during my final BA year, I participated with another architecture student in a competition to design a bus shelter in Luxembourg. We

were awarded the first prize and were hence in charge of following the project through all work stages to completion. This had been a unique educative experience where I learned the importance of good communication within a project team. After completion of my master’s degree I aspire to become a fully qualified architect specialising in regeneration and reconstruction projects in cities either hit by disasters or that have become derelict over time. I feel that your course would be the perfect opportunity to pursue this career in a well-structured academic environment.


Design of an Urban Culture Centre in Lille | BA Project | 2013

South Elevation

West Elevation

South Elevation

West Elevation

Study Models | Wood, Paper, Cardboard

Elevation Studies | Hand Drawing, Photoshop


The ‘Maison du Hip Hop’ is a cultural urban centre for music, dance and art learning and performance facilities. It is characterised with a flexibility in use and a conglomerate approach to internal materials expressing the experimental nature of Hip Hop. Perspective in Atrium

Site Plan 1:1000

West Elevation 1:200

Tamara Kahn ¦ Urban ¦ Maison du Hip Hop

South Elevation 1:200

Elevations | Revit, 3D Studio Max , Photoshop

Interior Perspective | Revit, Photoshop

Section B 1:200

Tamara Kahn ¦ Urban ¦ Maison du Hip Hop

Section| Revit, 3D Studio Max , Photoshop


Expanded Mesh Copper Pannels 2400 x 1800 Glass-Fibre Panel Waterproof Membrane Rigid Foam Insulation Vapour Proof Layer Blockwork Paint Timber Flooring Rigid Foam Insulation Plywood Timber Joist

Summer Facade Mesh

Winter Facade Mesh

The copper expanded mesh pannels regulate the sunlight that penetrates the building. In summer the glazed southern facade is shaded by the mesh because the sun rays hit the mesh in an angle that only allows reflected light to pernetrate the glass. Therefore the building is prevented from overheating. In winter the sun angle is lower and therefore direct sun rays can hit the glass and the building can benefit from solar gain.

Timber Batten Steel Beam Stainless Steel Pole

South Elevation

Stainless Steel Scerws Expanded Mesh Copper Pannels 2400 x 1800

West Elevation

Detail d ÂŚ Isometric Projection Site Plan | Revit, 3D Studio Max , Photoshop

Detail in Isometric Projection | AutoCAD, 3D Studio Max


Gravel

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Soil and Drainage Layer for Sedum Blockwork

DPM

Rigid Foam Insulation

Insulation

Glass-Fibre Panel 4th Floor 1:250 B

Metal Deck Perspective in Exterior Performance space Steel Beam

Control Room

Vapour Control 20

Artist’ s Space

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Timber Flooring

Auditorium/ Salle Diffusion

Recording

Plywood Rigid Foam Insulation Timber Joist

Steel Studs and Insulation

Music Studio

Steel Primary Member

Bar/ Informal Performance Area / Social Area

1st

Gypsum Plaster Board

Control Room

Exterior Performance

Dance Studio

In-Situ Concrete

Detail c ¦ 1:20

Void for Services

Music Studio

Box in Box Construction Double Glazing Window

B

1st Floor 1:250

Auditorium Storage Reception

Cloakroom & Tickets

nstuction and Acoustics

Expanded Mesh Copper Pannels 2400 x 1800

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Section A 1:100

Atrium and Exhibition Space

Ground Floor 1:250

Ground Floor

4th Floor 1:250

Stainless Steel Pole

Detail b ¦ 1:20

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Control Room

Artist’ s Space

A Music Studio

Auditorium/ Salle Diffusion

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Exterior Performance Dance Studio

Graffiti

Public Cafe

Facade Detail| AutoCAD

Interior PerspectiveStainless | Revit,Steel Photoshop Fixing Joint 3rd Floor 1:250

Window Sill Insulation

Stainless Steel Pole

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1st Floor 1:250

1st Floor

Section A 1:100 2nd Floor 1:250

Offices Exterior Performance

Recording Studio

Control Room

Music Studio

Dance Studio

Music Studio

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Recording

Music Studio

Concrete Floor Bar/ Informal Performance Area / Social Area

Perspective in Atrium Flat

Artists Space

2nd Floor

3rd Floor

West Elevati 1:100 Max , PhotoshopWC Auditorium Storage Floor Plans| Revit, 3DonStudio 3rd Floor 1:250

Private Entrance

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Renewable Energy Centre and Landscape Design | BA Project | 2012

Perspective in Summer | ArchiCAD, 3D Studio Max, Photoshop


This module consisted of designing landscape interventions which improve the permeability of a north entrance to the heart of Canterbury and integrate the design of a small museum/cafe building within the site. Key aspects to this design were: accessibility, historical context, renewable energy and sustainability.

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Water Amphitheater for Educational Purposes| ArchiCAD, 3D Studio Max, Photoshop

Plan in Winter | ArchiCAD, 3D Studio Max, Photoshop

Massing Model| ArchiCAD, 3D Studio Max, Photoshop


The Gateway to Canterbury | ArchiCAD, 3D Studio Max, Photoshop

Isometric View in Summer | Hand Sketch, ArchiCAD, AutoCAD


Hidden walkway in Solley’s Orchard | ArchiCAD, 3D Studio Max, Photoshop

North-South Site Section | ArchiCAD, 3D Studio Max, Photoshop


Final Masterplan of Mersch, Luxembourg| AutoCAD, Photoshop

1st Prize : Regeneration Masterplan | Year-out : Fabeck Architectes | 2013


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Facade Studies| AutoCAD, Photoshop

Circulation Diagram| AutoCAD, Photoshop, Illustrator

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Nouveau bâti en relation avec le bâti existant

Phasage

Composition des quartiers

Parc Emmanuel Servais

Aire de jeux

Zone sportive

Place Faber

Pétanque Amphithéâtre

Piazza Marisca

Jardin du pavillon baroque

Place Saint-Michel Place Pavillon baroque

Création d’ilôts

Places publiques

Aire de jeux

Espaces loisirs Parc

Perspective of the New Connection to the Park| SketchUp, Photoshop


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WC 01-05-D 2,1 m²

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WC 01-05-B 2,1 m²

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Etage 1 Suite Parentale : 12.8 m²

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Hall 00-01-C 5,2 m²

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Maison D : 128 m² surface subventionnée APS

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Hall 00-01-C 5,2 m²

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11

200 126

14

8

3

12

128

15

Garage 00-05-D 18,9 m²

4

13

1

16

Garage 00-05-C 18,9 m²

9

Séjour 02-04-B 36,9 m²

Séjour Cuisine 00-02-B 36,6 m²

17

5

14

18.11.2013

14

12

4

Escalier 8 00-04-A 7 6 m² 3,1

lot 5.11

15

13

5

15

Séjour Cuisine 00-02-A 35,1 m²

APS

16

14

4

101 216

Site Plan | AutoCAD Croix Saint-Pierre Rodange

17

15

N.F. +0,000

Veranda 00-03-A 10,1 m²

Veranda 00-03-E 10,1 m²

16

Escalier 8 00-04-B 7 6 3,0 m²

5

Veranda 00-03-C 10,1 m²

17

9

Escalier 8 00-04-A 7 6 m² 3,1

Hall 00-01-A 5,1 m²

243

Energy-efficent Townhouses | Year-out : Fabeck Architectes | 2014

Veranda 00-03-B 10,1 m²

Veranda 00-03-A 10,1 m²

1000

1000

Developed Plans| Revit -

Room 266 4,1 m²


Croix Saint-Pierre Rodange

Whilst respecting a detailed master-plan in a Luxembourgish town, the office was appointed to develop 5 plots, each of slightly varying dimensions. The three-story townhouses were to be energy-efficient and individually sold. I was in charge of developing 3 plots with a total of 13 three-story houses from concept stage throughout to planning approval. Following client, consultant and authority meetings, the designs developed and adapted to the clients needs as well the constraints of budget and legislations.

APS lot 5.11 03.12.2013

Etude de faรงade

Croix Saint-Pierre Rodange APS lot 5.11 03.12.2013

Etude de faรงade

Facade Studies| Hand Sketches, Photoshop

Garden Perspective| External 3D Visualisation

Front Facade | Revit


Photograph of Completed Bus Shelter

1st Prize : Festival des Cabanes : Bus Shelter|with Thierry Neu | 2013


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1.50 Ansicht

Front Elevation with Dimensions | Vectorworks, Photoshop

1.50 Ansicht

stAhl b udget träger ipe

200*4950 träger ipe 200*3890 s tAhl träger ipe 200*2787 t ipe 200*4950 träger räger ipe 200*3495 t ipe 200*3890 träger räger ipe 200*4110 t ipe 200*2787 träger räger ipe 200*1360 räger ipe 200*3495 t sschnittKosten ipe 200 t ipe 200*4110 rräger echtecKr.sch.100X80X3*6050 t ipe 200*1360 sräger chnittKosten 2X230 + 4X495 + 10X680 schnittKosten ipe 200 s 2X2270 + 1X2400 + 2X2110 r .sch.100X80X3*6050 hechtecKr AndlungsKosten 2X230 + 4X495 + 10X680 s tchnittKosten rAnsport 2X2270 + 1X2400 + 2X2110 hAndlungsKosten t prAnsport leXiglAs plAtte 54,63 eur/m2 | 11,88m2

1.50 plAn 1.50 plAn

budget

Plan with Dimensions | Vectorworks, Photoshop

eur eur 432,63 339,99 60,90 432,63 76,37 339,99 89,80 60,90 29,72 76,37 72,00 89,80 196,60 29,72 84,00 72,00 196,60 5,00 84,00 25,00 5,00 25,00 649,00

649,00 pleXiglAs plAtte 54,63 e ur/m2 | 11,88m2 0,00 holz 2400X50X50 150 st. 0,00 holz 4950X30X80 0,00 h 2400X50X50 4olz st. 150 st. 0,00 holz 4950 X30X80 of Bus Shelter for Competition| SketchUp, Artlantis, Perspective Photoshop 4 st. plAtform 300,00 beton


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Tamara Kahn

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