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Table of contents

CV - Curriculum Vitae

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Selected projects

The Neolithical Art Museum & Research Center of Cucuteni Culture | master thesis project 2014 | Cucuteni, Iasi, Romania Urban morphology | Town & Equipments| Delft, the Netherlands, 2013

Life between buildings - collective housing, Ivry-sur-Seine,

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Paris, France, 2013

Puppet theatre & Creation Center for children, Cluj-Napoca,

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Romania, 2012

Mediating past and present, Office Building

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Home for the elderly, Fトトet,

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Cluj-Napoca, Romania, 2012

Cluj-Napoca, Romania, 2012

The + stools,

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Paris, France, 2013

Dancing colors - artistic installation,

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Paris, France, 2012

Collective housing, Cluj-Napoca, Romania, 2011

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Andrada - Cezara Tudosă 72, Calea Natională, 710028, Botosani, RO +4 0742 754 192 tudacz @ gmail.com 16.08.1989/F Romania junior architect

education Cluj - Napoca, Romania Bachelor’s Degree and Master’s Degree 2008-2014 - Faculty of Architecture and Urbanism, Technical University of Cluj-Napoca International Classification: ISCED 5

Paris, France Erasmus Scholarship - first year of Master programme, taught in French september2012/june2013 École Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture de Paris-Belleville

workshops &

training

Alba-Iulia, Romania | july 2014 | “ASLO” - “Alba-Iulia under Oscar lights“ - awarded mention for urban photography| Găbud, Sibiu County, Romania | november 2013 | Photography workshop | Paris, France | february - june 2013 | Wood Atelier | Bunesti, Romania | august 2012 | Bunesti summerschool | traditional technologies workshop | Cluj - Napoca, Romania | february 2012 | Certified Revit Training | “Do Architecture Better - Active Power Solution, Autodesk” | Cluj - Napoca, Romania | february 2012 | Winterschool Festival: “Architectural Renderings“ training, V-ray, SketchUp & Photoshop | Cluj - Napoca, Romania | february 2012 | Winterschool Festival: awarded first prize in the Photography section: “My dream home” | Cluj - Napoca, Romania | july 2011 | Visits on 6 construction sites | Cluj - Napoca, Romania | mai 2010 | Seminar: “Sustainable Design Principles“ Green Building Council, Romania | Cluj - Napoca, Romania | july 2009 | School practice at Etnographic Museum of Transylvania | site measurements and surveys of historical buildings, drawings of plans, facades, perspective views |


volunteering Bucharest, Romania | april 2014 | GIS International Architecture Expo Conference. Cluj - Napoca, Romania | may 2011 | Coordinator Conference Section at Architecture Biennale “Architecture Days 2011“ - Speaking Architecture. Cluj - Napoca, Romania | may 2009 | volunteer at Architecture Biennale “Architecture Days 2009“. Cluj - Napoca, Romania | december 2008 | volunteer at Habitat for Humanity.

professional

experience

november 2013 - january 2014 | intern at NEXT Design Studio, Cluj - Napoca, Romania As an intern, I was involved in several projects, in both schematic and detailed drawings and design. I worked on the concept development, design and CAD drawings for a single family house and a loft reconversion into an office. july - august 2012 | collaboration at NORD PROIECT, Botosani, Romania As a trainee, I mainly took part in the conceptual design and visualisation of several projects under development such as facade studies for a coffee shop and CAD drawings for social housing. Research | Master Thesis “ Space, atmosphere and emotion - a plea for an emotional architecture “ Faculty of Architecture and Urbanism, Technical University of Cluj-Napoca

skills & hobbies Technical skills: Computer skills

Technical drawing: Graphisoft ArchiCAD - advanced Nemetcheck Allplan - intermediate Autodesk AutoCAD - beginner 3D modelling: Graphisoft ArchiCAD - advanced Revit Architecture - intermediate Google SketchUp Pro - advanced Rendering programes: 3dsMax with Vray - advanced Cinema4D with Vray - advanced SketchUp with Vray - advanced Revit Architecture - advanced Presentation: Adobe Suit: Photoshop, InDesign (basic), Illustrator (basic) LightRoom. Other skills: free-hand drawing, model making, photography.

Personal skills: ambitious, goal-driven, determined, creative; excellent eye for details; good time management; goal driven; analytical, organized, with the ability to complete a multi-task job effectively.

Languages: Romanian: mother tongue, proficient in all domains. English : proficient in all domains, certified: grade A in Cambridge Advanced English exam (2007) French : advanced understanding and proficiency in all domains. Spanish : basic understanding and proficiency in all domains.

Driving license: B category Hobbies: Photography: portraits, still life, nature, cityscapes, urban photography | Competitive and recreational sports: skiing, swimming, jogging. | Avid lover of travelling to experience different cultures and enrich my knowledge. 1 | 2


The Neolithical Art Museum & Research Center of Cucuteni Culture - master thesis project -

location: Cucuteni, Iasi, Romania program: museum | research center | ceramics academy type: diploma project | individual project year: 2014 semester: 12th

The project aims to look towards the past in an attempt to salvage, by means of an architectural object, a cultural heritage of both national and international importance, the Cucuteni Culture, the oldest culture of Preistorical Europe, of 5000 years old.


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Cucuteni culture - The first European Civilization

The culture of Cucuteni represents the birth of the European civilization, the understanding of a people that 5000 years ago was building human settlements and creating art, having a lifestyle worthy of our amazement and understanding. The name comes from the village next to which the remains were found in 1884. The surface is believed to cover almost 350.000 sqm, covering parts of Romania, Moldavian Republic and Ukraine. Historians date this particular civilization some hundreds of years before the civilization of Sumer and the Ancient Egypt, and are fascinated by the importance of the discoveries. The remains present the life of an unknown people, to which scientist cannot attribute a name due to the inexistence of the writing system in that period. One of the most important aspects of the culture is represented by the pottery and ceramics. These objects are of a distinct quality and preservation. The technique was simple and included clay, sand and sun, resulting in different shades of white, red and black. The decorations are predominantly in shape of spirals, but of an unknown significance. The statuettes which present the feminine silhouette are predominant showcasing gracious and supple bodies and underlining a certain cult of the mother-goddess. The male silhouettes are rare, and have faces covered with masks. Historians and scientists underline the inexistence of statuettes showcasing slaves or other „România are sacrificed o protoistorie şi othus preistorie pe pământul nost figurines, proving remarcabile. a peaceful andAici, egalitarian civilizaare o protoistorie şi o preistorie pe pământul nostru, a„România crescut un fenomen „originar”. Aici s-auremarcabile. manifestatAici, simboluri, s-au transmis tion. a crescut un fenomen Aici s-aucât manifestat simboluri, transmis tradiţii. Originea unui „originar”. simbol preţuieşte descoperirea uneis-au dinastii de farao tradiţii. Originea unui simbol preţuieşte cât descoperirea unei dinastii de faraoni.” Mircea Eliade 1939

ascinația Culturii Cucuteni

Fascinația Culturii Cucuteni

Mircea Eliade 1939

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Cultul fertilității și al fecundității - femeia matrice a vieții

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Spirala simplă sau dublă - izvorul vieții: ciclu, perpetuare, înnoire,

continuum-ul naștere-renaștere, transformare, devenire, evoluție, perfecțiune, divinitate

Spirala simplă sau dublă - izvorul vieții: ciclu, perpetuare, înnoire,

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Vas cu colonete, Izvoare

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Vas lobat, Piatra Șoimului

Vas cu buză evazată și corp tronconic, Iași

Coloana

Vas cu buză evazată și corp se înscriu, tronconic, Iași incontestabil, între cele mai importante manifestări de artă plastică din lume, VasRealizările lobat, Piatraartistice Șoimului ale cucutenienilor

constituind, pentru preistoria Europei, o culme de neechivalat,

o contribuţie inestimabilă la patrimoniul cultural mondial.

Realizările artistice ale cucutenienilor se înscriu, incontestabil, între cele mai importante manifestări de artă plastică din lume,

Traian - Dealul Fîntînilor (Cucuteni)

Traian - Dealul Fîntînilor (Cucuteni)


LOCATION & SITE: Cucuteni Village | IASI county |

Iasi county

Cucuteni village - situated in the north western part of Iasi county.

Site accesibility - 12 km to Târgu-Frumos | 60 km to Iasi.

The chosen site, the Gosan hill is a place of an historical importance, situated near the archaeological site Cetătuia - the place where this fascinating culture was discovered. The Gosan Hill is dominated by the current Cucuteni Culture Archaeological Museum, a circular building which covers one of the Geto-Dacian barrow cemeteries dating from the fifth century; the valley leading down to the village is marked with wood carvings, the result of a sculpture camp organized here a few years ago. The museum is conceived as a place of multiple and great discoveries: of the landscape, of the Cucuteni Culture and its rich symbolism, and perhaps of a new connection Istoricul cercetărilor with its inner self, because the museum offers a chance to get away from 1884 the tumult of aDealul city, inviting to a fascinatDescoperirea: -Cucuteni, Cetățuia : folcloristul Theodor Burada ing journey into the historical past. The existing building, 1886 - profesorii Butureanu și Bătculescu încep a landmark of the region is one of the most important săpăturile; elements of the solution. proposed volumes are p - prezentarea descoperirilor științifice The la al X-lea Congres de Istorie și Tracologie din Paris; naturally are posed on the ground, half-buried under the - 1892: atestarea așezării de la Cucuteni archaeological platform, for an unobtrusive intervention drept cea mai veche așezare din Sud-esin landscape. The architectural solution, horizontally tulthe Europei (vechime de peste 5000 de ani) de către profesorul extended, offers an intervention that doesn’t compete but german Hubert Schmidt; completes and reluate the new extention - 1909-1910 - cercetări de Hubert Schmidt appears as an existing (care ia 80% din obiectele descoperite) base for the dome’s silhouette. - 1917 - expedierea la Moscova, în 1917, din ordinul Ministerului de Instrucție a celor mai însemnate piese ale colecției Cucuteni, aproape 600. - 1961 - 1966 - reînceperea săpăturilor. - 1967 - descoperirea necropolelor geto-dacice de pe Dealul Gosanul, la sud de stațiunea Cetățuia.

Valorificarea Culturii Cucuteni în România

The Museum program is completed by the Research Instipeste 4000 de așezări descoperite, cercetate 5% tute and the Ceramics academy with workshops of ceramic and sculpture for both and general public. By creat1 singur muzeu dedicat acesteiartists culturi - Piatra Neamț ing an Experimental Archaeological Park in the north part Iași - Muzeul Universității Al. Ioan Cuza - o secție de of the hill, archaeology students and researchers have the 3 încăperi; opportunity test various theories and Botoșani - Muzeul to Județean de istorie și archaeological Arheologie - 3 încăperi; expuse aprox 200 de obiecte din colbuild ecția de scale 2000 . 1:1 models of the cucutenians houses. Saci (aprox. 300) cu cioburi neindexate și nerestauA visit to the Neolithical Art Museum of Cucuteni Culture is rate. like rediscovering another pace Stațiunea Baza-Patule din Târgu-Frumos, jud. Iași:of cea life, different from the mai mare stațiune pre-cucuteniană târzie (PreCucucontemporary one. ItînisRomânia a place of past stories, of redisteni III) descoperită până acum (cca. 10 ha) - cercetată doar 0.02%. covering a fascinating history, of the revival of tradition Anul acesta vor începe săpături în stațiunea arheoand oflathe hudejud.potential of a culture that could become logică de Hândrești, Iași. a country brand. Cultural lanscape of the county - the possibility of introducing the new museum in a touristic route.

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Context and activities

The archaeological experimental park organized in Cucuteni, 2004

The ‘Human’ Arts Camp - searching for identity in the cultural background

Different ceramics works of the children from Cucuteni village realised in the summer camp

Main Facade

The national ceramics fair, Cucuteni 5000


CONCEPT

The Necropole

the Gosan Hill is dominated by the current Cucuteni Culture Archaeological Museum

The wooden sculptures and the 3 fountains

The views towards the surrounding landscape The view towards Băiceni village

Layers - a reinterpretation in architectural terms of “the archaeological layer“ -> the volumes - linear, long prisms, which follow the site topography, are superposed as layers, one above the other so that they open up with large terraces towards the landscape.

- the proposed volumes are naturally on the ground, half-buried under the archaeological platform, for an unobtrusive intervention in the landscape. The architectural solution, horizontally extended, offers an intervention that doesn't compete but completes and the new extention appears as an existing base for the dome's silhouette.

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Site plan

Transversal Section 1-1’


Aerial view

Outdoor terace view

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Museum floor plan

Exploded Axonometry


Perspective of the foyer

The foyer of the museum is the transitional space between inside and outside, a linear space that filters the outside landscape through the perforated corten facade, creating a play between natural and artificial light; a fusion of different intensities of light introduces the visitor into a world of metaphysics and emotions. The linearity of the foyer contrasts with the sloping stone wall, which describes a slightly circular motion, in an attempt to reinterpretate one of the favourite symbols of Cucuteni: the spiral. Also an interpretation of the Geto-Dacian necropolis barrow, this wall conceals the ramp which leads to the permanent exhibition area and its the unifying element of the whole exhibition route.

Permanent exhibition - view towards the ramp

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Research Institute plan

Transversal Section 2-2’

Ceramics Academy plan


Construction Details

Transversal C-C’ section

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In the permanent exhibition hall, the objects mysteriously float in glass cases, so that visitors can wonder around at their own pace and desire. The atmosphere of the exhibition hall was designed to boost the mystery surrounding these exhibits. The space is buried as a methafor of the artefacts, and lit by strategically placed skylights. Permanent exhibition hall


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Temporary exhibition hall


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Urban morphology | Town & equipments location: Delft, Netherlands program: urbanism | collective housing & retail type: school assignment | group project *collaborator: Giulia Carpignoli year: 2013 semester: 10th


TASK: an urban restructuring project of an abandoned industrial area of Delft, with great possibilities of development. The challenge was to develop a collective housing assembly, in relationship with complementary programs.

SITE

Gunpowder house: strong interiority, historicity

Collective housing as a cultural layer

CONCEPT We started our solution based on a sensible and emotional analysis of the most important elements of the site the old gun-powder house, the old factory, the canal bank and the low-rise collective housing typologies. Taking into consideration the new project under development for the train station and the new city hall, the main circulation ax is moved from the canal deck near to the railroad tracks, directly linking the two stations of Delft. In relation to the station Delft Zuid, we propose an office building are and commercials functions. The next important element of the site is the canal bank, as it offers very interesting views towards the town’s city center, the university campus and the other side of the canal. We proposed to make it entirely pedestrian so that the citizens can wander around at their own pace and observe all these interesting things. Afterwards, we include it in a linear park, with an ever changing width which includes the gunpowder house, the entrance in the new cultural center - the old factory - and the programs that address the city: a primary school, a youth hostel, a gym, commerce&retail. We also took into consideration the day/night ambivalence of some programs and created some functions that work separated from their original program: the cafeteria of the gym and the multipurpose hall of the school for community reunions, etc. The river bank offers access to all of these programs, the only exception being the school, as it has to have a different dialogue with the city and has to have a more visible and easier access. 19|20


Randstad - the Competitive Conurbation The Randstad is a conurbation in the Netherlands, consisting of the four largest Dutch cities (Amsterdam, Rotterdam, The Hague and Utrecht), and the surrounding areas. The cities of Randstad have progressively specialized in different activity sectors. Rotterdam is the third biggest harbour in the world, the Amsterdam aeroport is the fourthest in Europe, Hague is renown for its government and Utrecht is a very important university city.

Competitive Metropolitan Objects The architecture of the metropolitain buildings, can be read as a statement of the competition between these cities. These buildings represent le renouveau that the cities want to present to their competitors. This concentration of specific architecture permits to progressively design an environment of competition, which often talks about the history of this confrontation.


Deconstructing and reconstructing the Urban Island - concept sketches The city was fabricated based on some studies of the urban island, thanks to its qualties: a much clearer distinction between the public and private spaces, and it offers a stronger identity to the community. The urban island has been deconstructed and reconstructed, so that it creates different scenarious of living, diverse successions expansions of the public realm. Street typology: we conceived 2 types of streets: the longitudinal streets - to reinforce the idea of the horizontality of the site - and to create transversal opening leading towards the park: the green-street.

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Collective housing in relationship with primary school - groundfloor plan

infirmerie 16 mp

salle des professeurs 38 mp

bureau surveillants 16 mp

Zone Expo travaux ĂŠtudiants 60 mp

archives bureau direction

entree + accueil 110 mp

Refectoire Vestiares

distribution

livraison refectoire

laverie

Salle polyvalente 150mp

local poubelle

preparation froides ch. froide

preparation chaudes

vestiares

ch. chaude

Salle de Sport


Primary school - exterior perspective

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Life between buildings prototype | aggregation | urban landscape

location: Ivry-sur-Seine, Paris, France program: collective housing type: school assignment | individual project year: 2012 semester: 9th


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TASK: to work on a STRIP - 50 x 200 m

SITE

Ivry-sur-Seine is a commune in the Val-de-Marne department in the southeastern suburbs of Paris, France, located 5.3 km from the center of Paris. The site located here is an empty one, with no meaningful urban landmarks or characteristics, being a part of an urban restructuring area. Therefore, we were given the task to work only on a strip of 50 x 200 m, in which we were supposed to develop our solution. The project was developed simultaneously at 3 different scales: the scale of the unit or prototype, followed by the aggregation scale and lastly the context or urban landscape.

AERIAL VIEW


CONCEPT

The physical configuration of a space can encourage or block visual contact and interaction between people.

Schematic section: the transition from the public to the private space private space: houses

private space: houses

private gardens

walls

no walls

underground parking

private gardens

underground parking

private space: houses_private gardens | intermediate space: vegetation filter | public space: the suspended public esplanade

long distances

small distances The basic module 6 x 6 m

increased speed

reduced speed Multiple configurations The projects starts from the idea that every housing project, as a physical structure, must support the social structure, both visually and functionally. The main function of the exterior public areas is to provide a framework for living and for the daily activities: walking, pausing and stopping,

multiple levels

single levels

playing simple games and interacting socially, all those elements that generate a collective life. Starting from a module of 6 x 6 m, which would be also the structural module, which I multiplied afterwards, various configuration of apartments were developed, with surfaces ranging from 36 to 144 square metres. The aggregations consist in low-rise housing (maximum 3 stories

back to back

face to face

high), with other functions that sustain social living: playground for children, kindergarden, coffeshops.

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SITE PLAN parking footprint

Concept Diagrams

buildings footprint

circulation system parking system built environment public spaces public esplanade private gardens garden typology

collective gardens children playgrounds

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Puppet theatre & Creation Center for children

location: Observatorului Street | Cluj-Napoca | Romania program: puppet theatre & creative center for children type: school assignment | group project *collaborator: Dorian Bardasu year: 2012 semester: 8th


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AERIAL VIEW

The project is located in Cluj-Napoca, on a site situated at the intersection of Observatorului & Lunii street, where the urban tissue consists mostly of modernist blocks of collective housing.

SITE CONCEPT The design for the Puppet theatre started from the topography of the place. The site has a slight gradient, and that instantly made us imagine a volume emerging from the hill, in an attempt to build an architectural signal. This will become the main volume of the ensemble, sheltering the main spectacle hall, with all its necessary technical ares. The secondary volume, which contains the experimental hall, the repetitions hall, and the administration area, responds to the Observatorului street.

Site topography

Emerging the first volume

Creating the second volume


enlarging the sidewalk to create a piazzetta in front of the experimental theatre Concept Diagrams - thehall experimental hall

CONCEPT

sidewalk

experimental theatre hall

Second building/

Creative Center

experimental theatre hall

exterior stage

experimental theatre hall

Observatorului Street

exterior stage

Observatorului Street

Puppet theatre

sidewalk

exterior stage urban piazzeta

enlarging the sidewalk to create

establishing visual connectivity

a piazzetta in front of the exsidewalk

between the public piazza and

perimental theatre hall

the exterior stage

exterior stage

establishing visual connectivity

experimental theatre hall

establishing visual connectivity

Basic sketch for the “children’s town”

the classrooms

the corridor -> the interior street

The creative center is conceived as a “Children’s Town“ where the classrooms are sheltered by irregular volumes in a continuous play of shapes and formes, of inside and outside, creating a dynamic varioation in strong relation with its users. The normal corridor which connects all these volumes is expanded and becomes the “interior street“. Here can happen spontaneous spectacles, generated by the children themselves, for the other children. Northern facade

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First floor plan


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Third floor plan

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Creative Center - outdoor terrace view


Section 1-1’

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Exterior stage perspective


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Mediating past & present: Office building

location: Avram Iancu Street | Cluj-Napoca | Romania program: office building type: school assignment | group project *collaborator: Dorian Bardasu year: 2012 semester: 8th


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The project supposes the design of an office building on a site located in the historic center of Cluj - Napoca, at the intersection of Avram Iancu and Deszo Kovacs streets. One of the generating elements of the project is the existence on the site of the ancient city wall together with a bastion. Thus the recovery of the ancient city wall was achieved by creating a pedestrian zone along the wall, surrounded by a basin of water which would reflect it and therefore emphasize its presence by doubling it.

SITE

CONCEPT Kogトネniceanu Street

Old city wall and bastion

The existent

Avram Iancu Street

- establishing a pedestrian connection between the 2 main streets of the site.

blind wall

old city wall

- footprint of the first proposed volume and creating an urban space - closed piazza - in a direct relationship with the old city wall

liberating the groundfloor - the second volume is elevated on pilotis


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First floor Plan

Section 1-1’

The visual connection between the old bastion and the main access street, Avram Iancu, was obtained by means of a transparent, public, ground floor that allows the passage from one side to another. The upper floors house offices of various companies. The former bastion was brought to life by creating a direct connection - the metallic lightweight platform - between it and the multifunctional hall, on the 1st floor. Second floor Plan

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Main facade


East facade

Aerial view

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Home for the elderly

location: Avram Iancu Street | Cluj-Napoca | Romania program: office building type: school assignment | group project *collaborator: Dorian Bardasu year: 2012 semester: 7th


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Fトトet forest

S I T E plan

Task

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Breaking the box !

Module

Patio House

Module

Module Multiplication

Patio House

Multiplication Multiplication

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Basic principle

Basic principle

Basic principle

designing the common areas (workshops, restaurant, lounge areas)around the courtyard; interiority - collectivity designing the common intimacy areas (workshops, permeability and designing the common restaurant,between lounge the transparency areas areas)around the (workshops, inside and therestaurant, outside lounge courtyard; areas)around the interiority - collectivity intimacy courtyard; permeability and - collectivity interiority transparency betweenintimacy the inside and the permeability outside and

transparency between the inside and the outside

orienting the rooms towards the views of the city and the Fトトet forest orienting the rooms towards the views oforienting the the rooms city and the Fトトettowards forest the views of the

city and the Fトトet forest

Patio House


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technical technical technical Ateliers Ateliers Ateliers

Habitation Habitation Habitation Rooms Rooms Rooms

Medical Medical Medical / / / Therapeutic Area Therapeutic Therapeutic Area Area

Library Library Library

Workshop/ Workshop/ Workshop/ common common areaarea common area

Restrooms/toilets Restrooms/toilets Restrooms/toilets

Morgue Morgue Morgue

Supervisor Room Supervisor Supervisor Room Room

Deposit Deposit Deposit areaarea area

Restaurant Restaurant Restaurant

Kitchen / Bar/ Kitchen Kitchen / Bar/ / Bar/ Buffet Buffet Buffet

Central Central Central heating heating heating

Circulation Circulation Circulation

Kitchen / Bar/ Kitchen Kitchen / Bar/ / Bar/ Buffet Buffet Buffet

Acces Acces Acces Platform Platform Platform

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1.348

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The + stools location: Paris, France program: furniture | wood workshop type: school assignment | individual project year: 2013 semester: 10th

Plan view


TASK

At the wood workshop we were given the task to imagine and manufacture ourselves a piece of furniture, which was to be placed in a chosen site, be it L’idée duduprojet estestnée volonté dede L’idée projet néedenée dela la volonté interior (a room of choice) or exterior. L’idée du projet est de la volonté de créer des dede créer despièces pièces The idea of the project was born from thecréer desire topièces create a piece of furnides de mobilier destinées à àl’utilisation quotidimobilier destinées l’utilisation quotiditure, suitable both for indoor and outdoor spaces (garden, parks, terraces) mobilier destinées à l’utilisation quotidienne, dans un espace enne, dansdans un espace enne, un espace and that could also sustain multiple activities. extérieur (jardin, ououin-inextérieur (jardin,parc, parc,terrasse) terrasse) extérieur parc, terrasse) ou inThe shape of the stools (the trianglestérieure. which reunite(jardin, to form a hexagon) was térieure. térieure. inspired by the tiles from the school’s courtyard, which was the initial place Il Ils’agit des dededifférentes where these tabourets were to be placed. s’agit des6 des 6tabourets, tabourets, différentes Il s’agit 6 tabourets, decm) différentes hauteurs, 3 plus bas (hauteur 30 etet3 3 There are six stools of various heights,hauteurs, three lower and three higher, with 3 plus bas (hauteur 30 cm) hauteurs, 3 plus bas (hauteur 30 cm) et 3 dede45 cmcmqui peuvent être utilisées com45 qui peuvent êtresingle utilisées com-comranging heights from 30 to 45 cm. The stools can be used as elede 45 cm qui peuvent être utilisées me éléments individuels (simples chaises) éléments chaises) ments (chair, coffee table), or groupedme(table andindividuels chair - for(simples picnic activime éléments individuels (simples chaises) ououquiqui peuvent être associes comme une peuvent être associes comme une une ou qui peuvent être associes comme ties), according to the needs of every situation. table basse et un chaise. table basse et un basse et chaise. un chaise. The material used is plywood, so the finaltable object is very light and can be Materiel utilisé : contreplaque Materiel utilisé easily assembled by one person, without the need of: contreplaque anycontreplaque other tools or Materiel utilisé d’épaisseurs: 15 etet18: 18 mmmm d’épaisseurs: 15 d’épaisseurs: 15 et 18 mm equipment.

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Dancing colors | the colour in movement |

location: 104 Cultural Center Paris, France program: artistic instalation type: school assignment | group project *collaborators: Andre Cardoso, Emma Partanen & Lola Hoya Escapez year: 2012


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TASK

We had to create an artistic installation which had to find its place in the 104 Arts Center, in Paris. we chose to place it in the central space of the Cultural Center, a platform which acts like an urban scene, where dancers gather to exercise their dance moves, and so is the place where different types of spectacles happen spontaneously. Therefore the challenge was to translate all these elements into the installation itself. The result is a very visual and dynamic installation, having as its main concepts the idea of “color“ combined with the art of movement, the dance. Therefore, the gradually changing colors, blend and transform from one into another just like the movements of a dance. Like a ribbon, the installation surrounds the spontaneous “dance floor“ in an attempt to draw attention to the continuous action that was happening there and perhaps, sometimes, has been going unnoticed. Like a theatre curtain which lifts itself to permit the show to begin, the openings created in the installation, create an interesting scenery, modifying the users perception of the spectacle in development.

Concept Sketches


LOCATION The 104 defines itself rather broadly as an Artistic Establishment. Under that title, it puts on a dynamic range of cultural events including art installations, art fairs, events, concerts and theatre performances. Around the edges of one of the two great halls are artists’ and musicians’ studios, and within each of the halls there is usually a variety of installations and exhibits and you will often see dancers or actors rehearsing here.

CONCEPT Undefined initial space

Creating the installation’s footprint, according to the chosen site.

Creating the physical barrier

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Plan

Feasability study


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Collective housing location: Somesului Street & Lalelelor Street | Cluj-Napoca | Romania program: collective housing type: school assignment | group project *collaborator: Adrian Mトビトツineanu year: 2012 semester: 6th


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paralell volumes with the main streets

S I T E plan

CONCEPT

Aerial view TASK The challenge was to accommodate three different typologies of users (students, family and young professionals) on a given site. The site is located in Cluj-Napoca, near the city centre, but in an

First floor plan

urban area which needs urgent urban restructuring. Nevertheless, the site is of great importance for the future development of the entire area; having a direct relationship with the Somes river, the site represents a transitory space between the natural environment and the city. Our solution focuses on maximising efficiently the given ground space in order to provide the maximum amount of apartments for a selection of demographics (families, students and young professionals). Due to urban regulations, we had to respond to Somesului street and Lalelelor street with a continuous front, creating an urban accent at the 2 volume’s intersection. The final shape of the volume offered the possibility of creating two courtyards, with different characters: a public one in direct relation with the new proposed pedestrian promenade on the Somes riverbank, and a more private one, in direct relationship with the inhabitants. The volume on the Lalelor street contains student housing while the other 2 volumes accommodate different typologies of family apartments, ranging from single room to triple room apartments and duplexes. The luxury

Third floor plan

bending one volume to respond to the river bank

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ating 2 courtyards with different racter

one courtyard is open to the riverside public character, while the other one is more protected, having a private charcater, for the inhabitants

creating opening and visual connexion with the Somes river

creating an urban accent to respond to the most important intersection of the site

Second floor plan Section

Fourth floor plan Natural ventilation scheme

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dormitor 14.5 mp parchet

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spatiu depozitare 5 mp parchet

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camera de zi 56 mp parchet

sas 9.5 mp parchet

spatiu depozitare 5 mp parchet

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baie 7.5 mp gresie

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dormitor 13.2 mp parchet

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logie 13.4 mp finisaj pardoseala din lemn

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8.18

2.53

logie 11.7 mp finisaj pardoseala din lemn

logie 11.7 mp finisaj pardoseala din lemn

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7.59

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1.41

1.80

1.10

0.17

2.72

0.30

0.64

18.92

3.47

0.15

2.97

1.37

1.80

0.25

2.73

0.13

1.21

1.80

1.10

20.90 6.26

8

3.99

B

3.79

1.83

2.93

1.74

0.20

8.18

2.76

baie 4 mp gresie

camera de zi 27 mp parchet

F

7.59

bucatarie deschisa 8.5 mp gresie

7

0.10

4.84

birou 12.5 mp parchet

birou 12.5 mp parchet

camera de zi 45 mp parchet

10

2.53

0.10

6.69

5

14 13

camera de zi 32 mp parchet

dormitor 13.2 mp parchet

bucatarie deschisa gresie F

0.10

4.89

4.05

15

baie 4 mp gresie

4

bucatarie deschisa gresie 0.10

1.74

3.84

1

18 17 16

0.15

baie 4 mp gresie

dormitor 14.5 mp parchet

D

19

F

0.10

casa scarii 34.85 mp mozaic

20 x 0.20 = 4.000 m

1.24

sas 12.5 mp parchet

spatiu depozit are 5 mp parchet

spatiu depozitare 5 mp parchet

baie 2 mp gresie

9.98

birou 21 mp parchet

C hol 3.7 mp parchet

hol 3.7 mp parchet

1.66

0.25 2.12

0 1.7

hol 7.7 mp parchet

0.10

baie 1.9 mp gresie

2.22

8

baie 7.5 mp gresie

0.25

9

0.99

9.02

5.54

6

6.82

5

6.89

4

6.78

3

2

1

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1.20

1.20

1.55

1.80

1.70

7.40

3.42

0.34 5.10 1.30

0.25

0.25

0.10

1.00

1.80 2.68

1.55 0.60

0.15 1.80

0.15

0.15

1.14

1.50

B

0.15

0.25

logie 7.5 mp finisaj pardoseala din lemn

4.75

dormitor 12.5 mp parchet 4.12

3.12

0.15

3.52

0.25

A

0.15

3.56

4.10

dormitor 12.3 mp parchet

0.15

6.21

0.25

A

baie 4 mp gresie

A

0.25

0.25

sas 4.7 mp parchet

1.61

3.12

0.86

4.99

3.64

birou 21 mp parchet

4.67

4.74

4.32

0.25 0.15

C 0.67

0.85

13.85

3

1.30

5.18 6.21

A

camera de zi 39 mp parchet

0.25

0.25

0.25 0.53

windfang 2.13 1.8 mp parchet

2.30

bucatarie deschisa 8.7 mp gresie

B

3.46

4.67 0.25

A 2.10

logie 7.5 mp finisaj pardoseala din lemn

0.25

1.51

2.20

baie 1.95 2 mp gresie

B

dormito r 12.5 mp parchet

bucatarie deschisa 9 mp gresie

0.25

F

1.70

C

0.25

3.42

1.51

0.25

logie 7.5 mp finisaj pardoseala din lemn

A

4.32

4.74

3.02

C

0.25

1.55

0.15 4.00

0.25 0.25

3.46

6.21

0.25

0.25

dormitor 13.5 mp parchet

baie 4 mp gresie

camera de zi 36.5 mp parchet

B

dormitor 12.5 mp parchet

4.09

4.32

4.67

dormitor 12.3 mp parchet

3.61

spatiu depozitare 3 mp gresie

1.50 0.60

B

0.25

baie 4 mp gresie

0.15

sas 4.7 mp parchet

1.70

0.15

living + dining 45 mp parchet

1.07

7.89 1.50

B

0.15

baie 4.2 mp gresie

1.00

logie 18.00 mp finisaj pardoseala din lemn

0.15

1.99

0.60

5.18

0.15

1.55

F

2.00

3.83

birou 17 mp parchet

hol 5 mp gresie

9.20

15.35

4.56

1.80

0.15

1

1.00

casa scarii 49. 32 mp mozaic

3.74

1.30

1.54

spatiu depozitare 3 mp gresie

0.15

3.74

3.73 15.35

1.80

3.74

baie 4.2 mp gresie

1.10

baie 2 mp gresie

3

2

0.65

1.00

0.25

0.25

1.31

0.25

0.25 2.20

0.25

0.25

4

logie 18.00 mp finisaj pardoseala din lemn

1.10 3.83 15.35

3.61

C

5.50

5.02

16

5.10

5.50

15

2.20

2.10

0.53

1.90

1.20

1.55

1.80

0.85

1.73

2.20

2.10

0.53

1.90

1.20

1.55

1.80

0.85

5.95

2

1'

3

2

1'

3

D

5

F

5.18

0.15

0.35

0.33

0.25 5.20

5.00

3.90 5.50

14

1

16 x 0.18 = 2.800 m

13

3

2

16

2.00

6.30

6

bucatarie deschisa 9 mp gresie

dormitor 13.5 mp parchet 1.99

7

0.15

9

4

15

casa scarii 49. 32 mp mozaic

7.25

1.46

5

10.85

C

8

14

C

D

10

13

1'

5.95

6.09

D

11

3.87

logie 18.00 mp finisaj pardoseala din lemn

6.30

12

0.15

1.46

16 x 0.18 = 2.800 m

3.85

casa scarii 49. 32 mp mozaic

2

7.41

6

1

8

0.25

3

2

7

1.60

4

16

9

0.25

15

10

14

12

16 x 0.18 = 2.800 m

3.55 13

D

11

6

7

8

10

9

11

12

0.25

6.09

D

3

1'

5.95

0.33

6.30

0.35

1.46

5

2

7.40

0.35

6.09

D

3

1'

5.95

0.15

2

7.40

1.70

3

2

1'


East Facade

Interior Courtyard Perspective

Aerial view

Young professionals appartments

74|75


Students’ common room


76|77


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