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Architecture Portfolio

Vladimir Sereev

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Content: Academic work 01. New Campus for Tyumen State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering

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02. Studio project "Science and fiction"

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03. Passive house in Umea, Sweden

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04. W.E. ISSUE, proposal for students magazine

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Professional work 05. The Tura river waterfront

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06. Concept of an apartment building

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07. Secondary school No15

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08. Gazpromneft Khantos office building

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09. Series of private houses

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Competitions 10. Monument to the victims of the plane crash

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11. Residential district, Skolkovo Innovation Center

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12. Active House

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13. House in balance with nature

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14. Modular student dormitory

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Workshops and artworks 15. Alpine AA Visiting School "Forms of weather"

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16. Academic drawings

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Curriculum: 28.07.2014 I 31.01.2015

Exchange student in Amsterdam Academy of Architecture. Study programme: Master in Architecture.

03.02.2014 I 11.02.2014

Participation in Alpine AA / AA Visiting School Liechtenstein "Forms of weather"

01.09.2013 I Present

2012 I 2013

Private practice as an architect Tyumen, Russia

2010 I 2012

Senior Architect in an architectural bureau "A_61" Tyumen, Russia

2005 I 2010

Architect in the architectural and engineering team "IST" Tyumen, Russia

15.07.2007 I 10.08.2007

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Master Student at the University of Liechtenstein.

Participation in the Summer School, organised by Moscow Architectural University. Moscow, Russia

2002 I 2008

Studying at Tyumen State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering. Speciality: Architecture and Design. Degree: certified specialist

2000 I 2002

Studying at CAPR (Center of Architecture Preparation and Retraining) of Tyumen Gymnasium No.1

1994 I 2000

Studying at School of Arts No.1 Tyumen. Russia

01.01.1985

Born in Tyumen. Russia


About me Currently I am a student of Master program in Architecture in University of Liechtenstein. In Russia, after graduation, I worked as an architect and as a senior architect in two architectural firms and led a private practice. During this time, I gained invaluable experience working on a projects of various types and scales. An independent project management and team work gave me a full understanding of the design stages and implementation of an project. But the passion for self-development and the desire to do quality architecture inspired me to continue my architectural education in Europe and obtain a Master degree. I considered it as a great opportunity not only to improve my professional skills but also as a chance to make a break and decide what kind of architect I would like to be.

Skills Excellent knowledge: Adobe Suite (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Premiere, After Effects), ArchiCad, EcoDesigner, 3ds Max, VRay, Velux Daylight Visualizer, SketchUp. Basic knowledge: Autodesk Revit, Vectorworks, Rhinoceros, Grasshopper. Hand drawing Model making Power tools

Language Russian English German French

Native language Confident user (IELTS certificate 7.0) Basic (studying in process) Basic

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01. New Campus for Tyumen State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering Type: Year: Location: Status:

urban design, public building 2008 Tyumen, Russia idea (thesis project)

Project description Basis for this project was the conceptual idea of ​​ reorganization and expansion Tyumen State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering. As a result of this reorganization, the five independent institutions, including the Institute of Architecture, were created. As an architectural response, I proposed the creation of a new campus in the heart of our city. New campus accommodates 30,000 students, it is easily accessible by public transport and comprises five institutions, library, dormitories, sports center, classrooms, laboratories and recreational spaces. The aim of the project was to create a unique environment for our city, which would promote active engagement of students of various specialties in educational process and offers a comfortable environment for learning and living. The project received the Diploma of 1st degree at the XVII International exhibition of students diploma projects on architecture and design in Samara, Russia, 2008

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Arial view of the New Campus

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New Campus for Tyumen State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering

Site analysis. Traffic flow

Site analysis. Location of higher education institutions and recreation zones in the city center

Diagram of functions and their interaction

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As a starting point of design process a thorough analysis of the transport scheme of the site was made. As a result, a new transport interchange has been proposed. Road capacity and dimensions were calculated together with the Institute of Transport. The next step was to analyze the higher education institutions in the city center and existing infrastructure such as dormitories, playgrounds, libraries, classrooms, laboratories, student cafes and shops. On the basis of received materials, it became clear, that with total number of students more than 70 000 people the city lacks such facilities. As a final step there was developed a functional diagram for the new campus which will meet all existing needs.


Views of the New Campus

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New Campus for Tyumen State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering

Architectural Institute. Floor plans

Due to severe cliate of the region on the ground level was created a covered pedestrian street, which connects the buildings of institutions, administrative block, classrooms, canteen and library. There are student stores and cafes, common audience, classes for self-study and recreational areas along this street. This element creates a comfortable buffer zone between the main parts of campus and gives to students vibrant, saturated environment, where they can communicate and gain new knowledge and experience. Architectural Institute. Perspective views and elevations

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Views of the indoor pedestrian street, 3d visualization

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New Campus for Tyumen State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering

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Day view of the Architectural Institute

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02. Studio project "Science and fiction" Type: Year: Location: Status:

architecture design theory 2013 Ekaterinburg 2050, Russia Idea Studio Staub, University of Liechtenstein WS 2013-14 Based on recent scientific findings and expanding on current environmental and social trends, Studio Staub developed architectural fictions, and asked questions rather than just solving problems and thus encouraged fundamental debates on the condition of architecture and society of today and tomorrow. We cannot predict the future, but we can – in fact, we must – speculate to provoke innovation and inspire change. The work result is 6 compositions wich can tell the story and A4 workbook with scientific research. http://studiostaubblog.wordpress.com

Project description This project - research on a theme of recycling and reuse of obsolete buildings. Since the recycling process is a very important moment in the life of the building. The basic idea is the use of genetically modified micro-organisms for the destruction of the old building and the formation of a new durable exoskeleton, which could be re-inhabit.

Diagram, showing stages of the process

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Composition 1. Setting the scene

Composition 2. Scaffolding

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Studio project "Science and fiction"

Composition 3. Spread

Composition 4. Inhabitation

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Composition 5

Composition 6

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03. Passive house in Umea, Sweden Type: Year: Location: Status:

residential building, energy-efficiency 2013 Umea, Sweden Idea note: made in group with Andrea Denisa Balaj for Building Physics and Building Mechanical Systems course (University of Liechtenstein, WS 2013-14)

Project description The aim of the course was to learn the fundamentals of designing energy-efficient buildings in cold climate. The end result should have been building, that meets the standards of a passive house Minergie-P. Each group of students had their own location, that made it ​​ possible to get the whole picture of investigated case. The key points of the dvelopment process were: choice of location, determination of the volume and it`s optimal energetic density, thermal simulation in a cold climat (TRNSYSlite and Graphisoft ECODesigner), optimization of orientation and glazing ratio, transparency and thermal envelope, daylight optimization (Velux Daylight Visualizer 2) and integration of mechanical systems. Site plan. 63°49'12.1"N 20°16'43.0"E

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Day view, 3d visualization

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Passive house in Umea, Sweden

Day view, 3d visualization

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Ground floor plan, 1st floor plan GSPublisherEngine 0.1.100.100 GSPublisherEngine 0.1.100.100

For calculations I designed fairly simple, 2 storey house consisting of 6 apartments. Construction of the house - wood frame with insulation made ​​of cellulose and wood paneling on the outside. This design for wall allows to achieve U value ~ 0,12 W/m2K. To reduce heat loss through the windows triple glazed pane with E-coating was used. Shutters protect the space from overheating in the summer and give privacy to tenants. As a result of calculations, the optimal results were obtained: 14 kWh/m2a for heating energy demand and 11 W/m2 for peak heat load.

Principal section

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Detail

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Passive house in Umea, Sweden

Dimensions:

Walls:

Windows:

Lenght - 22,3 m Width - 12,3 m Height - 6,1 - 7,5 m Total area 480 m2

South facade - 167 m2 West - 84 m2 East 84 m2 North - 136 m2

U-value 0.5 W/m2K g-value 0.41

U-value 0.11 W/m2K

Glazing ratio - 10%

Axonometry drawing

GSPublisherEngine 0.1.100.100

Energy balance of the building

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Apartment 1 Daylight factor calculations Option 1 Materials - mate white Windows transmittance - 68% Height of calculation surface - 800 mm

Option 2 Materials - mate white Windows transmittance - 68% Height of calculation surface - 800 mm

Option 3 Materials - mate white Windows transmittance - 68% Height of calculation surface - 800 mm

Option 4 Materials - semigloss white Windows transmittance - 78% Height of calculation surface - 800 mm

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Apartment 1 illuminance calculations, sky - overcast, March - 12:00

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GSPublisherEngine 0.1.100.100

Daylight analysis steps

Daylight analysis and optimization Received results that meet the standard of Minergie-P, daylight optimization was the last step of this project. Objective of this phase was the calculation of Daylight factor and understanding how various factors, such as finishing materials, shape and location of windows, g-value of glass affect on it.

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04. W.E. ISSUE, proposal for students magazine Type: Year: Status:

graphic design, writing, editing 2013 Idea note: made in group with Ekaterina Nagibina for Perception for architects course (University of Liechtenstein, WS 2013-14)

Project description The assignment of the course was to develop the concept of student architectural magazine. Main topics of the magazine were reviews of upcoming lectures, workshops, exhibitions and job offers (in sphere of architecture) for students at the University of Liechtenstein. For each issue was prepared an interview. In addition to the printed version a blog was designed in which all upcoming events and up-to-date information were published. www.weissue.wordpress.com

Main page layout

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Layout of the 1st issue

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"WE ISSUE", proposal for student magazine

Printed version of the magazine

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Printed version of the magazine

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05. The Tura river waterfront

Type: Year: Location: Status:

urban design, landscape design 2008 Tyumen, Russia, 57째09'40.2"N 65째31'48.3"E in the process of construction from 2008 untill present note: the work was done in a group with Aleksander Chumakov and Ekaterina Nagibina with me as a leader of the project

Project description In 2008 the firm where I was working in recieved the task to develop the architectural concept of the river waterfront. The Tura river devides the city into two parts - the lower left bank (flooded numerous times) and the upper right bank, where originaly the city started its development. Previously abandoned area with complicated landscape (the slope of the right bank is very steep) was supposed to become the biggest public facility in the city. Due to the complexity of the engineering preparation of the site, it was developed by West Siberian River Institute, which specialization is hydrotechnical constructions. Meanwhile our group was carrying out the historical research of the site, analysis of transport and pedestrian flows, what allowed us to determine points of major attraction and possible entries on the waterfront. Further, we conducted interviews, surveys, worked with landowners and with officials at various levels. All this was done at the same time with the development of the architectural concept, public presentations and meetings with a lot of different specialists. Site analysis. Traffic and pedestrian flows, green areas

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1st phase of the construction, master plan with viewpoints analysis

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The Tura river waterfront

landscape part

The 1st phase of construction, 3d visualization

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historical part

urban part

Total length of the 1st phase of construction is 1.5 km. The whole piece was broken down into three thematic parts. The 1st part, meeting the oldest part of the city, is historic, showing through different medias the story of city's development. The 2nd part, so-called urban, is filled up with cafes, restaurants and small kiosks. And the last one is a landscape park on a slope with bike and roller lanes, and places for recreation. Total lenght of the whole project is more than 3 km and it is divided into 3 parts. Only the first stage of the contruction had been completed in 2012. Currently, the construction speed desreased, and it is very difficult to say when the whole project will be finished. Certainly, it was the largest project in our city over the past 100 years and enormous amount of money was invested in it. For this reason, many design decisions were dictated from above, even though we did not agree with them. Despite this fact, I am happy that I had an opportunity to work on this project. Now, even in the unfinished state, the waterfront is the most vibrant and attractive space in the city, inhabited by people of different kind of occupation, interest, and age.

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The Tura river waterfront

The 2nd phase of the construction, 3d visualizations

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Construction process documentation, 2008-2010

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The Tura river waterfront

The 1st phase of construction, 2013

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The 1st phase of construction, 2013

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06. Concept of an apartment building Type: Year: Location: Status:

residential building 2008 Tyumen, Russia, 57째10'27.9"N 65째33'47.0"E idea

Project description As a senior architect in an architectural and engineering team "IST", I led this project from the begining till the very end. It was my first experience in the design of a multi-storey building. I learned a lot about sanitary and anti-fire regulations; what technical equipment is necessary and what areas it occupies. The project was developed in collaboration with other specialists (such as project constructor and HVAC technicians) and it was another valuable experience of teamwork. The building was supposed to be a transition from the existing part of the district (biult in the 80s) to the new development. The house was supposed to provide a new level of comfort to tenants through the underground parking, green roof, spacious balconies and panoramic views of the city center. The building has a total area of 8500 m2 and consists of 64 apartments. Project was not complete due to the economic reasons. Principal section

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Night view, 3d visualization

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Concept of an apartment building

Site plan, 57째10'27.7"N 65째33'46.9"E

Day view from the opposite river bank

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Floor plans

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07. Secondary school No.15

Type: Year: Location: Status:

public building 2009 Tyumen, Russia, 57째09'25.0"N 65째34'08.5"E completed in 2010 note: the contribution to the project was the design of the facade

Project description

Facades. Specification of the materials and colors

Photo of the construction site, 2009

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This project was the first in my private architectural practice, which I have done from the stage of design to implementation. Despite the seeming simplicity, it gave me experience of working in Russian arhitectural reality. The entire project had been already developed by another architect. The project has passed the state examination, but had no design solution for facades (yes, it still happens in Russia), even more, the concrete frame of the building had been already completed. In 2009, the contractor asked several architects to make their proposals for facade design. The idea I presented was to bring new architectural language to the school bulding (most of the schools in the city were build in the soviet period and do not respond to the needs of present generation). The language I was looking for (ideally) had to transform children's attitude to school - from the place where you only have rules to obey to the place where you are having fun while studying. The chosen color palette was intended to "deconstruct" existing rigid structure in a playful manner. As an inspiration I had children musical instrument - xylophone and colored chalks. My proposal won this little competition. At the next stage, there was prepared a working documentation for authorities to approve. The authorities' respond was that the colors used on the facade are too bright and white color is generally impractical in our climate. Their advice was make everything in different tones and shadows of beige. There was a huge monthlong debate afterwards in order to covince the authorities with the design. But even after that, at the last moment,the colored panels on the facade were changed with red and orange.


Day view, 3d viualization

Night view, 3d viualization

Photo of the complete building

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08. Gazpromneft Khantos office building

Type: Year: Location: Status:

office building 2010 Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia, 61째00'28.0"N 69째01'32.1"E completed in 2013

Project description In 2010 Gazpromneft company held an open competition for the design and construction of a new office building in the city of Khanty-Mansiysk. I made an architectural concept of an office building and together with construction company Design-Stroy, we submitted our design and financial proposal. The concept was chosen for further development. After it, we were asked to present a project in the company's headquarters in Moscow. As a result I made architectural part of the project. When the frame of the building was finished I was asked to design interior spaces. With the help of 3 other architects and 1 interior designer this task was complete in 2012. It was a very difficult project but at the same time it was a great experience and I've learned a lot. Although project was made in very short period of time and there were a lot of problems with builders and materials, this project has risen a level of architecure and construction quality in Khanty-Mansiysk.

Official media materials www.gazprom-neft.com

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Night view, 3d visualization

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Gazpromneft Khantos office building

Day views, 3d visualization

Ground floor plan

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Executive floor plan


Construction process documentation, 2011-2013

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Gazpromneft Khantos office building, interior design

3d visualisations of the office, reception and recreation areas

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3d visualisations of the meeting room, conference hall and CEO's office

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Gazpromneft Khantos office building, interior design

Main atrium, photo, 2013

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CEO's office, photo, 2013

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09. Series of private houses Type: Year: Location: Status:

residential buidings, energy-efficiency 2009-2011 Tyumen, Russia idea, realization

Energy-efficient house (total area 86 m2), floor plans

Project description From 2010 to 2013, as a private architect I have designed 12 residential houses for individual clients. I really enjoyed working in close relationship with clients, especially when there was a certain level of trust and understanding between. I have also tried to develop a series of typical houses that are affordable on the one hand, expressive in terms of architectural language, and energy efficient on the other. But due to different reasons only one of these projects has been built. Energy-efficient house (total area 86 m2), 3d visualization

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Individual house in Tyumen, Russia. 2012. Total area 178 m2

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Series of private houses

Individual house in Tyumen, Russia, 2010. Total area 110 m2

Energy-efficient house in Tyumen, Russia. 2011. Total area 156 m2

Private recreation complex with a swimming pool in Tyumen, Russia. 2010. Total area 204 m2. Realised in 2011

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10. Monument to the victims of the plane crash Type: Year: Location: Status:

memorial, competition 2012 Tyumen, Russia, 57째08'53.0"N 65째32'58.2"E idea

Model's unfolding

Project description The aim of the competition was to develop a concept of the monument and find the most suitable place in the city for it. The monument is a 15 meter high metal frame covered with metal sheets and metal mesh. At the bottom of the structure there is a space - a hall of memory, where relatives and citizens can come in memorable days.

Elevations

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Position on the site

The small park in the center of the city, defined by two major streets (Respubliki st and Profsousnaya st) is considered to be right place for memorial. The idea was both to bring new meaning to currently neglected park area, and to locate the monument in the place which will be easily accessible by visitors, but at the same time will provide it with desirable level of privacy. The bushy park will hide the major part of the structure, leaving only the upper part seen from the distance.

Model

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11. Residential district in Skolkovo Innovation Center

Type: Year: Location: Status:

urban planning, residential building, competition 2011 Moscow, Russia Idea

Project description This project was carried out in 2011 for the international competition held by "Innovation Center Skolkovo" Moscow, Russia. Center's master plan was developed by companies AREP & Setec. The purpose of the contest was to develop the concept quarter condominium. Border quarter, number of floors and total area were given in the task list. The district center in the proposed concept is a public square. Underneath there is capacious parking. Entrance of the underground parking serves as an open amphitheater on the ground level, which can be use for outdoor events. Dwelling houses consist of 8 floors. 1st floor - public services, 2-6 - residential floors, 7-8 - superior floors with green terraces and 2 level apartments. The last two floors have setback to provide more light into the yard. There are places on the roof for recreation and places for engineering equipment, such as photovoltaic panels and thermal collectors. This allows to produce up to 60% of the required energy directly on site. The apartments are provided with mechanical displacement ventilation with heat recovery. It also greatly reduces the energy heat demand for the whole block. Arial view of the district, 3d visualization

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Main square, 3d visualization

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Residential district in Skolkovo Innovation Center

Diagram, design process

Floor plans

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View of the residentail buildings from the square, 3d visualization

View of the residentail buildings, when entering the district by car or bicycle, 3d visualization

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12. Active House Type: Year: Location: Status:

residentail building, energy-efficiency, competition 2010 Moscow, Russia Idea

Project description The task of the competition was to get away from the prevailing clichĂŠs, to connect local traditions, especially geography, and new technologies, to find simple answers for complex questions. How should a modern and energy-efficient house look like? In an attempt to answer this question, I developed this project. The total area of the house is 160 sqm and it has a simple and expressive shape to minimize the area of envelope and to achieve optimum energy density ratio (1.82). Southern slope of the roof has integrated photovoltaic panels and thermal collector, fairly steep angle of the roof maximizes the amount of solar energy gain under conditions of low winter sun. The main source for heating in the winter is a geothermal heat pump. In the summertime overheating problem is solved by the system of shutters and night ventilation of rooms. For this project was made the analysis of the energy efficiency in program Graphisoft Ecodesigner. The project has passed 1 round and entered the top 20 finalists. Principal sections

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Day view, 3d visualization

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Active House

Plans, ground floor, 1st floor

Interior, 3d visualization

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Energy balance evaluation EcoDesigner


Day view, 3d visualization

Diagramatic section with concept scheme, 3d visualization

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13. House in balance with nature

Type: Year: Location: Status:

residential building, competition 2012 Moscow, Russia idea http://archbox.ru/contests/

Project description The main objective of this annual competition is to popularize the ideas of sustainable construction among Russian population. To show with existing examples that energy-efficient house can be original, beautiful and cost-effective. To achieve these goals in this project, I used the principle of thermal zoning and shutters system wich can completely seal the house at night or when there are no people inside. The planning scheme is a composition of two volumes, 2 storey white volume consist of common spaces: the entrance area, kitchen, dining room, and a spacious living room with a second light. Single storey volume is a private area where the bedrooms, bathroom and sauna are located. This separation of functions allows use energy for heating more efficiently in different parts of the house at different times of day. The project entered the top 10 finalists in 2012.

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Day view, 3d visualization

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House in balance with nature

Ground floor plan, 1st floor plan, section

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Day views, interior, 3d visualization

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14. Modular student dormitory

Type: Year: Location: Status:

residential building, modular 2013 Vaduz, Liechtenstein idea

Typical floor plan

Project description Single and double modular, plan and sections

Sun protection and water collection diagram

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The purpose of the contest was to develop a modular dormitory with single and double rooms for 100 students. Dormitory must be compact, prefabricated, attractive and include all associated facilities like laundry, common kitchens and recreation rooms. The inspiration for this project for me were chinese Earthen Houses (Tulou). These houses are compact enough, have good functional organization and a private courtyard. Using these principles and same functional structure, modern technology for producing green energy and the principles of passive house, I designed this proposal for the competition.


Arial view, 3d visualization

Day view, 3d visualization

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15. Alpine AA Visiting School "Forms of weather"

Type: Year: Location: Status:

workshop 2014 Malbun, Liechtenstein Idea, realization note: work in group with Reto Egli, Rebecca Fitz, Philip Schatzmann and Ekaterina Nagibina Workshop description The participants learnt from traditional ways of living in Alpine conditions and investigated spatial, architectural and cultural mechanisms affected by weather change to develop future solutions for a safe and responsible inhabitation of productive Alpine environments.

Idea description The warm dry wind called Föhn is a common weather phenomenon in the Alps’ valleys during winter time. It has a huge impact both on weather and human: snow starts melting because of high temperature of the air and wind itself in combination with sunlight, and the residents in areas of frequent Föhn winds report illnesses such as migraines. These kind of Föhn effects we wanted to reflect in our structure made of snow. As a starting point of the project we had an dome-like structure (big enough for 4 people to stand inside). And rather than create artificial weather phenomena inside our space we decided to go the other way and let them influence our existing structure and actually enter it. That is an origin of the hole in the southern part of the ceiling. And here is also the point where snow structure is being transformed into something more. Now it is a trap for different kind of weather phenomena (both wind and sun) on the one side and a space for people to face the weather and explore it by themselves. Entering the structure and spending time there people are becoming not just visitors but investigators. The investigators start their way for “weather exploration” from the northern part of the structure which is actually a solid wall with the only way to enter. After going inside people find themselves just in front of a huge opening towards the sun and wind. The hemi-sphere inner space provides them with a number of options to sit, lay down or stay standing; at the same time it creates visual and sound boarder from the environment around to let people focus on their personal fillings. They are also free to choose the way they prefer to spend time inside: on their own or share the experience with other investigators. As the next step of the project development the structure might be multiplied in different scales (depending on amount of people we would like to enter them) and spread along the slope offering people different kind of experiences.

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Alpine AA Visiting School "Forms of weather"

Sketches and visualization of an idea

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Construction process documentation

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16. Academic drawings. Series of work 2000-2002

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Academic darwing 2000-2002


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Abstract Composition"Architecture of St. Petersburg" Tyumen, Russia 2000

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Thank you for your time Portfolio Vladimir Sereev Contact: Liechtenstein, 9493 Mauren, Wegacker 18 Russian Federation, 625000 Tyumen, Jalutorovskaya st 29-86 +7 912 922 21 39, e-mail: vladimirsergeev@me.com

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