SELECTED WORKS by VERONIKA VOLKOVA
Architectural internship candidate Summer 2017
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CON T EN T S
PHARMACEUTICAL INSTITUTE & URBAN DEVELOPMENT ADAPTIVE REUSE THE BANK TOWER
COMMUNITY CENTER PUBLIC INTERVENTION
TOKYO REPLAY CENTER 東京のカラオケ
CHINA PHILHARMONIC AESTHETICS OF NATURE
THE BENT HOUSE STORYTELLING DESIGN
PHARMACEUTICAL INSTITUTE & URBAN DEVELOPMENT
project title: Pharmaceutical Institute & Student Housing in the Town of Tver, Russia
The 6th year graduation project consists of two parts:
project type: academic
1. the masterplan proposal for the city of Tver (a team project); 2. further elaboration of one of the key sites (indivitual work).
course: 6th year studio school: Moscow Architectural Institute Faculty of Housing and Public Buildings professors: prof. Dr. Diakonova T.A.,assoc. prof. Skachkov V.F., assoc. prof. Sulim K.L.,asst. prof. Motova A.S. date: fall 2012 - spring 2013 time available: 8.5 months
The proposed Institute campus is placed into the natural landscape of the riverside. Two main principles embedded in this project are environmental intelligence and versatile learning experience.
PART 1. MASTER PLAN PROPOSAL Urban redevelopment proposal is a team project made by the students of the 6th year design studio: I. Zhukov, A. Malchevskaya, E. Soldatova, M. Stepanova, A. Sharapova;I. Saraikina, R. Isakova, T. Melnikova, V. Volkova. The original concept implies: continuous green areas along the river - recreational and forest park zones replacing private cottage housing from the town center setting new dominants at the intersections of arterial roads new highways reconnect separate districts - new bridge connects two shores redevelopment of industrial clusters within the city
PROPOSALS NEW BLOCKS
RAILROAD ARTERIAL ROADS
RAILROAD ARTERIAL ROADS
EXISTING URBAN ROOMS
PROPOSED INFRASTRUCTURE PROPOSED URBAN ROOMS
PART 2. PHARMACEUTICAL INSTITUTE
The project of the Pharmaceutical institute building for one of the chosen sites in Tver is an individual work. However, it takes into account the projects for other sites proposed by the other students.
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The key features of the proposal include: •
the institute complex responds to the surrounding urban conditions
the entrance square continues the piazza of the monastery complex across the road
student and faculty housing disperses towards the river
the institute focuses highly on pharmaceutocal research and production
Sports & media center
Study & production center
Junior students’ dorms
Senior students’ dorms
Site: 4.5 ha Proximity: river, monastery, city center, educational and cultural facilities, transport hubs, social housing, tourists center, water park. Capacity: 2000 students Divisions: undergraduate graduate Housing: 228 rooms for 288 students
the institute complex is grouped around the central garden SQUARE MASS DISSOLVEMENT
underground level: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.
Lounge Inner yard Technical rooms Book depository Exhibition Production labs Research rooms
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Ground level: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.
Piazza Foyer Lounge (-1 lvl) Buffet Dining hall Lounge (-1 lvl) Gym Media center Library foyer
2 level: 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16.
Departmentsâ€™ rooms Auditorium (60 places) Student labs Conference hall (250 places) Entrance Parking entrance Inner yard
1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
Assembly hall Greenhouse Offices Faculty rooms Labs
The sloping roof represents a shelter or a grove. It can also be reminiscent of a set of pharmaceutical glassware.
study & production visitors’ center housing sport & leisure nearby facilities
junior students’ housing
senior students’ labs
senior students’ classrooms
junior students’ labs
junior students’ classrooms
green roof housing
senior students’ housing riverfront
inner yard greenhouse
lounge assembly hall
departments’ rooms exhibition space
foyer study & production visitors’ center housing sport & leisure nearby facilities
cafe technical rooms
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1 Greenhouse / 2nd level
4 Lounge area / underground level
2 Lounge area from the 2nd level
5 Amphi-theater from the inner yard
3 Lounge area from the dinig hall
6 Amphi-theater from the ground level
ADAPTIVE REUSE THE BANK TOWER
project title: Social Re-Formation of Wells Fargo building, Phoenix, AZ project type: academic course: 1st year graduate studio school: Arizona State University, The Design School professors: prof. Kaisey Josephs date: fall 2016 time available: 3 months
The task was to propose a new envelope for the Wells Fargo tower in Phoenix that would answer the conteporary environmental requirements and social conditions. Nowadays, the only reason for a bank to occupy a tower in the center of a city is forming a strong community inside a company. Therefore, the social performance of a bank tower is its capital asset. The proposal creates a vertical sequence of public spaces within a building and also reflects on the evolution of corporative structure in America, enforcing its demanded shift from elitism to egalitarianism in financial institutions.
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5 + 91’ 3-3/4”
4 + 77’ 6-1/4”
2 + 77’ 6-1/2” 1
ETFE fabrics of steel profile
2 9 +16’ 8”
disassemble envelope and structure 1.
The existing envelope is taken off
2. Two floor slabs are disassembled
sky gardens (approximated from viewshed analysis)
social diffusion 1.
2. Zones diffused
community hubs administration traders offices community
Outdoor public areas evolve from community hubs in diffusion areas.
Vertical public spaces are created where public activities penetrate the skin.
connection Community zones get connected with stairs between the prodruding skin and floor slabs.
envelope mapping Different zones are mapped onto the skin, imprinting spatial, visual, thermal and other qualities.
SOCIAL DIFFUSION TOWER •
The tower has several functional sections that are diffusing through the public spaces.
Organizational structure is applied to floor plans of each section.
The circulation zones for each section were arranged vertically into a public core with community hubs.
Public activity is expanding the skin outwards. The “bubbled“ spaces are used for visual and physical vertical spatial connections.
The geometry of the facade module is based on the grid which changes according to the function and climactic conditions on each facade.
COMMUNITY CENTER PUBLIC INTERVENTION
project title: Community Center and Urban Renewal Proposal, Novogireevo, Moscow project type: academic course: 6th year studio school: Moscow Architectural Institute Faculty of Housing and Public Buildings professors: prof. Dr. Diakonova T.A.,assoc. prof. Skachkov V.F., assoc. prof. Sulim K.L.,asst. prof. Motova A.S. date: fall 2013 time available: 2 months
The initial task was to propose a small-scale architectural intervention that would solve local development problems in the neighborhood with a complex urban environment. Novogireevo district of Moscow was largely wasted during the post-soviet years of chaotic development. The area of the central square is packed with massive retail buildings, enormous parking lots and temporary kiosks. Despite the active land use, there is a lack of public facilities. The proposed Community Center is a place for meetings. It contains rooms for leisure activities, a coworking area and a meeting hall that could be used for public discussions, presentations or music events.
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2. Green zones
3. Public facilities 4. Neighbourhood photos
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The Community Center is located near the central square of Novogireevo district. It connects the public area of the central square with the currently isolated pond. The proposed building takes the place of the existing temporary structure currently occupied with a clothing shop.
The plan is based on the straight path that connects the road with the pond. I have divided the structure into 3 separate volumes in order to lessen the scale of it. The area of each volume vary depending on its function.
1. Community Center 2. Subway entrance 3. Square 4. Cinema 5. Shopping mall 6. Pond
The axis of the middle volume rotates, thus creating the better view on the pond and the surrounding green area from the interior.
HUMAN SCALE 1.
The project of the Community Center places humans in its focus. The place-receiving experience of a user is driven by the relationships between a human body and the building. The sequence of diverse spaces provides an exciting experience both within and beside the building.
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The triangular form of the building reduces the snow load, heat losses and usage of materials. At the same time, its graphic silhouette enriches the image of the neighborhood.
TOKYO REPLAY CENTER 東京のカラオケ
project title: Tokyo Replay Center of Music Production and Entertainment in Akihabara, Tokyo, Japan project type: competition organizator: ArchMedium team mates: Julia Saraikina (equal workload) date: fall 2012 time available: 1 month
The task was to place 60 karaoke rooms at the area of Akihabara in Tokyo. The concept satisfies four vital conditions: 1. the public facility serves as a continuation of urban space 2. TRC expresses the unique spirit of the “Electric City“ district 3. Interactive technologies enrich a user’s experience within the building 4. TRC serves as a major music production and entertainment center
North media facade
South media facade (bilboard)
Lobby w/ administration
Vehicle street entrance
“My Way 1” passage
Recreation space w/ cafe
Auditorium vertical foyer
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All 60 karaoke rooms were designed using “tatami” measuring system. A tatami is a type of mat used as a flooring material in a traditional Japanese homes. The typical room size is 2,7x2,7. The rooms are separated by soundproof partitions which can be removed to unite several rooms.
North media facade (top right) functions as an electronic billboard and shows promotional images and videos about TRC and Akihabara. South media facade (low right) shows how sound recording rooms function. When the room is occupied, the facade module is colored with LEDs according to the sound intensity inside.
CHINA PHILHARMONIC HALL AESTHETICS OF NATURE
project title: China Philharmonic Hall, Beijing, China project type: professional company: MAD architects position: architectural intern project team supervised by Ma Yansong (CEO), Yosuke Hayano (deputy CEO) and Brecht van Acker (project architect). date: december 2015 - april 2016 stage: DD status: CD
As an intern in the Chinese firm MAD I have parrticipated in the development of the China Philharmonic Hall in Beijing. Being a part of a large team, I worked on architectural design, plan adjustments, scripting (Grasshopper), presentations and visualizations. All images on this spread are courtesy of MAD Architects accessible by the address: www.i-mad.com/work/china-philharmonic-hall
Main lobby circulation adjustments
Development of skin structure
Side libby circulation adjustments
Microshaping of the acousting panels
Main hall plan adjustments
Service area plan development
Cafe interior design
Terrace design and facade adjustments
Microshaping of the acousting panels
Facade of the service building
The adjustments performed by me during the 4-month internship (to the left). Not all of my design decisions were accepted, but some were.
Plans of the Philharmonic Hall (below). Parts that I have worked at are marked with red ink.
1st floor plan
2nd floor plan
BENT HOUSE STORYTELLING DESIGN
project title: Guest House Near Town of Smolensk, Russia project type: professional company: AABA architects position: architect project team: Y. Loginov (chief architect), V.Volkova (concept, architectural and landcape design), E.Sushko (working drawings), ESSE (structal engineering) date: fall 2014 - fall 2015 stages: SD, DD, CD status: under construction
â€œI want a fairytale!â€œ Said the client. And that is what he got.
The Bent House was designed as a selfcontained mono-space that represents the personality of the client. It is a guest accommodation and a lounge space, working as an extension of the main house situated nearby. The form of the house embodies its organic reaction to the context. The client got the site with the pre-built concrete stylobate. We made this reconstruction from the previously dull shape, bending and twisting it in response to its surroundings.
In a Russian forest a tree grew up.
It stood high and proud until a man hewed it down to build a home for his family.
As a house, the tree sprouted a new life.
The proposed landscape connects the footprings of the existing buildings, with the Bent House placed in the center. The â€œtrunkâ€? of the house ramifies towards the key elements of the landscape.
Air holes and the longitudinal gills provide natural ventilation of the timber roof.
Timber frames of the roof are opened into the interior and are supported by the walls and the pillar.
Designerâ€™s window frames are connected to the interior shelves of the library.
Mono-space: kitchen, dining area, lounge
2. Drawing room 3. Library 4. Bedroom 5. Wine cellar 6. Storage 7. Billiard room
The Bent House depicts both the clientâ€™s personal values and cultural context of the Smolensk region with its appreciation of Russian folklore.
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VERONIKA VO LKOVA www.linkedin.com/in/extry/en www.vvolkova.wordpress.org
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Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, USA
Wendell Burnette Architects, Phoenix, AZ
AABA Architects, Moscow, Russia
Architectural intern, 12/2016 - 01/2017
Project architect, 07/2014 - 11/2015 Junior architect, 10/2013 - 07/2014
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts, The Design School MArch (professional), 08/2016 - present time Moscow Architectural Institute, Moscow, Russia Department of Housing and Public Buildings Graduate project: “Urban development strategy and Pharmaceutical institute in Tver, Russia“ Advisor: prof. Diakonova T.A., PhD Qualification of Architect, 09/2011 - 06/2013 BArch, 09/2007 - 07/2011
• Private Residence in Saudi Arabia. Pre-design, SD. Supervised by Wendell Burnette. Strelka KB, Moscow, Russia Architect, 04/2016 - 08/2016 • Street Design Standard for Moscow. Supervised by A. Sytnikova, I. Kozak.
• Private guest house in the town of Smolensk, Russia. Pre-design, SD, DD, CD. • Smolensk town center urban renewal proposal, Russia. Pre-design, SD. • Several commercial interior designs in Moscow, Russia. Pre-design, SD, DD, CD. All projects supervised by Y. Loginov.
MAD Architects, Beijing, China
Totan Kuzaembaev Workshop, Moscow, Russia
Architectural intern, 12/2015 - 04/2016
Architectural intern, 07/ 2012 - 08/2012
• China Philharmonic Hall in Beijing. DD. Supervised by Ma Yansong, Yosuke Hayano, Brecht van Acker.
• Food market building and site design in Zakharovo, Russia. Pre-design, SD. Supervised by T. Kuzaembaev and A. Perventsev.
• Fulbright Visiting Graduate Scholar, 20162018 • First place at the XX International ReviewCompetition of The Best Degree Projects on Architecture and Design for the Bachelor Degree project, 2011
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• Brecht van Acker, project architect, MAD e-mail: email@example.com • Kasey Josephs, studio professor, ASU e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org • Wendell Burnette, CEO, WBA e-mail: Wendell.Burnette@asu.edu
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Photoshop (advanced) Illustrator (advanced) InDesign (advanced) Premiere (beginner) After Effects (beginner)
AutoCAD (advanced) Vectorworks (intermediate) Revit (beginner)
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Rhinoceros (advanced) 3ds Max (intermediate) SketchUp (advanced)
Vray (3ds Max, Rhino, SU; intermediate) • Corona (3ds Max; intermediate) Lumion Scripting • • •
Grasshopper (mesh editing, Kangaroo, environmental analysis; intermediate) Arduino (beginner) Max 7 (beginner)
Languages • • •
English (advanced) Russian (native) French (beginner)
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