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CV


date of birth

28.9.1987

address

Prostredni 3449, 76001 Zlin, Czech Republic

contact

+420 603 835 693

education

workshops, competitions

awards

work experience

z.havlova@gmail.com

04-08/2012

HOSEI University Tokyo, JAP, ESOP+Department of Architecture, Shimohigoshi Nozawa Design studio

from 2007

Czech Technical University in Prague, Faculty of Architecture, Architecture and Urban Design

spring 2012/13

design studio Michal Kuzemensky & Ondrej Synek

fall 2012/13

design studio Jan Jehlik

fall 2011/12

design studio Juliette Bekkering & Michiel Riedijk

spring 2010/11

design studio 1+XX Roman Koucky & Edita Lisecova (bachelor‘s project)

fall 2010/11

design studio Jan Jehlik

fall 2009/10

design studio 1+XX Roman Koucky & Edita Lisecova

spring 2008/09

design studio Michal Kohout & David Tichy

fall 2008/09

design studio 1+XX Roman Koucky & Edita Lisecova

2007/2008

basic design studio ZAN Bohumil Fanta

1999 - 2007

Secondary Grammar School, Zlin

04/2013

Erasmus Intensive Workshop - UPWARD Torino, Italy (Urban agriculture topic)

spring 2011

Charles University in Prague vision, competition conference

04/2010

worskhop with competition Sokolov + Mostov, Mostov, Czech Republic

07-08/2010

architectural and urbanistic competition Rimske square, Brno, Czech Republic

1/2010

Oloveny Dusan student competition nomination (Educational centre Academia project)

top 10 projects at the Faculty of Architecture

from 2012 freelance independent projects 2011-2012

re_vision architecture, Prague, Czech Republic

independent projects

from 10/2010 Roman KouckĂ˝ architects, Prague, Czech Republic

cooperation on projects

9/2011

Studiebureau W.J. & M.C. Van Campenhout NV., Bruxelles, Belgium

summer internship

9/2010

Studiebureau W.J. & M.C. Van Campenhout NV., Bruxelles, Belgium

summer internship

from 2008

Zdenek Havel Engineering

cooperation on projects

other

language knowledge

from 11/2011 student body president of the Academic Senate of the Faculty of Architecture, CTU in Prague from 1/2011

freelance design permit

coach and referee of Czech Sokol Organization (member of ISCA)

English

advanced 2 at level 10 / advanced C1

Cambridge Certificate CAE (grade A) and FCE (grade A)

Hansa Language Centre Toronto certificates, NSTS Malta certificate, Cork English College certificate

French

level B1+

Accent Francais Montpellier certificate

Japanese beginner IT knowledge

interests

Autodesk AutoCAD 2D, Bentley Microstation 2D a 3D, Autodesk Impression

Graphisoft Archicad, 3ds Max, Cinema 4D, Google SketchUp, Artlantis

Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign

xhtml, css

architecture, art, design, photography, webdesign

travelling, foreign cultures and customs, gymnastics, cryptographic games


PROJECT LIST


01 Vltavska downtown (design studio Jan Jehlik) fall 2012/13 02 Daizenji Monzen Machi (design studio Shimohigoshi Nozawa, HOSEI University Tokyo) spring 2011/12 03 Artel hotel+artists in residence (design studio Bekkering & Riedijk) fall 2011/12 04 Educational centre Academia (design studio 1+XX Koucky & Lisecova) fall 2009/10, spring 2010/11 05 7 citadels of CUNI in Prague (design studio Jan Jehlik) fall 2010/11 06 The Beehives (Rimske square competition) 8/2010 07 Haje Student centre (design studio Kohout & Tichy) spring 2008/09 08 The Alligator (design studio 1+XX Koucky & Lisecova) fall 2008/09


VLTAVSKA DOWNTOWN BASIC FACTS

The ambition of this project is to create a new downtown in the city of Prague, a new and independent urban structure that is contemporary and adjustable to the needs of both the present and the future. This structure doesn‘t need to be preserved because it can change in order to accommodate the settings and it is designed to do that very easily. The basic idea behind this project is that there are three layers to this part of the city, the gate to Prague: pattern downstairs, line upstairs and nods where the interchange of energy between these two takes place. The whole area is filled with a new pattern of urban streets that define the borders of the regulation envelopes. The base of the envelopes is filled with public functions and open parter. There is also an inner pedestrian street stretching accross the block. The second level reaches up to the level of the highway and it carries it on the roof. The third level, made of towers of smaller area goes up over the highway and as high as necessary. There are special envelopes - hybrids - with parking towers and highway connections.

design studio Jan Jehlik fall 2012/13 contemporary urban structure in a developing area in the centre of the city VltavskĂĄ, Prague


VLTAVSKA DOWNTOWN SITUATION


VLTAVSKA DOWNTOWN CONCEPTUAL DIAGRAMS NEW URBAN STRUCTURE CREATION


pattern base

inner pedestrian road 2nd level

3rd level

trainvlaku level úroveň

highway level úroveň magistrály

pattern

line

nods


DAIZENJI MONZEN MACHI


DAINZENJI MONZEN MACHI BASIC FACTS

Katsunuma is one of very few areas in Japan where vine is grown and wine produced. The cities have problems because people don‘t want to live there, they just come for work and not even that. There is a shortage of workers, tourists bringing money to the region and of interesting places to serve as attractors. Daizenji Monzen Machi goes into the past, when monzen machi (=gate city) were founded near the gates of the Shinto and Buddhist temples as descendants of the market street and the hotel street. This idea is used to help the situation nowadays by creating a denser, more concentrated and more apealing area across the street from the gate to the Daizenji temple. It creates a sort of city inside a city, whose centre is a working winery. It sits on the top of a little valey of vine planes and it concentrates the equipment, storage and production facilities for the winers living and working there. The idea is to create a secondary street to the very busy and fast track Edo-period road and fill the holes in the old buildings by new ones with different programs, such as winery, visitor centre or workers and visitor accommodation.

design studio Shimohigoshi Nozawa spring 2011/12 concept of new development for the city of Katsunuma, Japan winery, accomodation, visitor centre area around the Daizenji temple in Katsunuma, Koshu city, Japan


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P0 8

P0 7

P06

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P0

4

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3

P0

P0 2

P0 1


01_monzen machi principle in contemporary Japan 02_secondary road parallel to the busy Edo period road that creates a calmer environment for the new development 03_new system of roads and walkways to serve the fields 04_redefinition of the temple axis: temple <-> temple gate <-> monzen machi gate <-> balance point 05_border between the quiet and the busy is emphasized by a continous wooden structure (itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s poles literally define the boundary) 06_specific number (4) of entrance possibilities for vehicles

DAINZENJI MONZEN MACHI MAIN INTERVENTIONS

07_depth of the development is maximum 10m or 12m (in order not to take away from the slope when itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s not necessary)


PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT


DAINZENJI MONZEN MACHI NEW STREET PROFILES


7.0 m

10000

2000

5700

15000 200

7.0 m

10000

2000

5700

15000 200

new residential house 2 floors same levels

7.0 m 10000

2000

5700

15000

PROFILE 01

200

7.0 m

7000

2500

7400

12000 200

7.0 m

7000

2500

old residential house 2 floors same levels

7400

12000

PROFILE 02

200

7.0 m

7000

2500

7400

12000

200 PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT 2500

7.0 m

2500

2500

1500

3100 2500

7000

existing residential house 2 floors different levels

7.0 m

10000

PROFILE 03

200

7.0 m 7000

2500

2500

1500

3100

10000

2500

200

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT 7000

2500

2500

1500

3100

10000 200

12000

2500

6500

9000

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT 200

new equipment storage 1 floor same levels

PROFILE 04

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT


DAINZENJI MONZEN MACHI NEW STREET PROFILES


12000

2500

6500

9000 200

8.0 m

2500

8000 PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT 200

3900

new winery 2 floors + 2 underground floors same levels 19000

4000

PROFILE 05

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

18.0 m

new gate towers - museum, restaurant, shop 6 floors same levels 7000

2500

3400

8400

17000

PROFILE 06

12000


DAINZENJI MONZEN MACHI NEW STREET PROFILES


7.0 m

7.0 m

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT 2500

3000

8000

1500

12000

7.0 m

2500

3000

8000

new hatago inn accomodation 6 floors different levels

1500

12000

7.0 m

2500

3000

8000

PROFILE 07

2800

12000

7.0 m

10000

2500

3700

7800

new residential house 2 floors different levels

2800

8

7.0 m

2500

3700

7800

PROFILE 08

2800

10000

7.0 m

10000

2500

3700

7800

existing residential house 2 floors different levels

7.0 m

12000

2400

4600

7800

7.0 m

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT 12000

2400

4600

7800

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

8

1500

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

12000

2400

4600

7800

PROFILE 09


DAIZENJI MONZEN MACHI BASIC STRUCTURAL SYSTEM COMMON FOR THE WHOLE NEW DEVELOPMENT STEEL COLUMNS WOOD GLUED TRUSSES ROOF SHAPE


DAIZENJI MONZEN MACHI WINERY SECTION MAIN VIEWS


5m


DAIZENJI MONZEN MACHI WINERY LEVEL PLAN 2ND FLOOR 1ST FLOOR


5m


DAIZENJI MONZEN MACHI WINERY LEVEL PLAN 1ST BASEMENT 2ND BASEMENT


5m


DAIZENJI MONZEN MACHI HATAGO INN ACCOMODATION SECTION MAIN VIEWS


5m


DAIZENJI MONZEN MACHI HATAGO INN ACCOMODATION LEVEL PLAN 1ST LEVEL 2ND LEVEL


5m


DAIZENJI MONZEN MACHI GATE VISITOR CENTRE SECTION 1:150 MAIN VIEW


5m


DAIZENJI MONZEN MACHI GATE VISITOR CENTRE LEVEL PLAN 1ST - 6TH LEVEL


5m


ARTEL HOTEL + ARTISTS IN RESIDENCE


ARTEL HOTEL + ARTISTS IN RESIDENCE BASIC FACTS

THE CITY AND THE RIVER - that is the theme the architects from Netherlands have chosen for their design studio. AMBITION - GOALS - INSTRUMENTS: My ambition was to create a unique space, where two very different typologies meet and intersect. Hotel and artists in residence together create a unique building that has a very particular atmosphere. The ambition of the project is to create a â&#x20AC;&#x17E;Chelsea hotelâ&#x20AC;&#x153; in Prague, the goal is to create a buzzing world of its own by mixing and interlacing different volumes and spaces, instead of just juxtaposing them. Everything comes down to a cube. Cube of 3,5*3,5*3,5 metres, which is a basic volume unit in this building. Every room or void in the building is assemled from these basic units, it only depends on how much space a particular program needs (artist room, hotel room, workshop, gallery, etc.). Also, the space is very much influenced by the orientation of the building, light and view requirements and the relationship to the river Vltava floating just under it. It is one volume and everything happens inside. Inner world of creation.

design studio Bekkering & Riedijk fall 2011/12 hotel, artists in residence, gallery new Mostrov Bridge, river Vltava, Prague, Czech Republic


ARTEL HOTEL + ARTISTS IN RESIDENCE SITUATION DRAWINGS


ARTEL HOTEL + ARTISTS IN RESIDENCE CONCEPTUAL DIAGRAMS - SPATIAL AND STRUCTURAL SCHEME


01_LOAD BEARING COLUMNS

04_SECONDARY SPECIALS

07_ARTIST WORKSHOPS

02_STRAINING FLOORS

05_HOTEL ROOMS

08_VOID

03_MAIN SPECIALS - BASES

06_ARTIST ROOMS


ARTEL HOTEL + ARTISTS IN RESIDENCE SECTION


+63.000

+59.500

+56.000

+52.500

+49.000

+45.500

+42.000

+38.500

+35.000

+31.500

+28.000

+24.500

+21.000

+17.500

+14.000

+10.500

+7.000

+3.500

0.000

-4.000

-7.000

-10.000


ARTEL HOTEL + ARTISTS IN RESIDENCE SECTION DETAIL


ROOF CAFE

FITNESS, SPA, LEISURE

HOTEL ROOM

OPEN GALLERY AREA GALLERY BAR

PC CORNER

KITCHEN, EATING

OYSTER BAR

KITCHEN, EATING

HOTEL ROOM

ARTIST’S WORKSHOP

MAIN GALLERY SPACE

LIBRARY, STUDY CENTRE, PRINTING


ARTEL HOTEL + ARTISTS IN RESIDENCE LEVEL PLAN RIVER LEVEL 3RD BASEMENT


5m

VLTAVA RIVER

SWIMMING PIER BAR STORAGE

BAR

BOAT PIER

- 10.000

CHANGING ROOM

CHANGING ROOM

EQUIPMENT STORAGE


ARTEL HOTEL + ARTISTS IN RESIDENCE LEVEL PLAN BRIDGE LEVEL - ENTRANCE FLOOR 1ST FLOOR


5m

ART SHOP SHOP STORAGE ELEVATOR DOWNSTAIRS

EXCHANGE

LUGGAGE STORAGE

LOBBY SAFETY DEPOSIT

0.000 -10.500

RECEPTION

CLOAK ROOM

LOBBY

MAIN ENTRANCE FROM THE STREET

MAIN ENTRANCE FROM THE INNER-SQUARE


ARTEL HOTEL + ARTISTS IN RESIDENCE LEVEL PLAN RESTAURANT LEVEL 3RD FLOOR


5m

BAR

+ 3.500

KITCHEN

RESTAURANT

0.000 - 10.500


ARTEL HOTEL + ARTISTS IN RESIDENCE LEVEL PLAN SPECIALIZED WORKSHOPS 7TH FLOOR


*

5m

WOOD WORKSHOP

INDIVIDUAL WORKSHOPS

KITCHEN

ARTIST ROOMS

*

KITCHEN

MAIN COMMON WORKSHOP

LOUNGE

+ 14.000 INDIVIDUAL WORKSHOPS

ARTIST ROOMS

METAL WORKSHOP

ARTIST ROOMS

+ 21.000


ARTEL HOTEL + ARTISTS IN RESIDENCE LEVEL PLAN OYSTER BAR 14TH FLOOR


5m

HOTEL ROOMS

SMALL EXHIBITION

+ 45.500

HOTEL ROOMS

INDIVIDUAL WORKSHOPS + 35.000

MAIN EXHIBITION AREA

ARTIST ROOMS

*

KITCHEN KITCHEN

OYSTER BAR

*

+ 42.000 ARTIST ROOMS

INDIVIDUAL WORKSHOPS

HOTEL ROOM

LOUNGE


ARTEL HOTEL + ARTISTS IN RESIDENCE LEVEL PLAN GALLERY LEVEL 16TH FLOOR


5m

SMALL EXHIBITION AREA + 49.000

ENCLOSED GALLERY

HOTEL ROOM

MEETING ROOM

LOUNGE

ARTIST ROOM *

KITCHEN

*

KITCHEN + 45.500

MAIN EXHIBITION AREA

+ 45.500 KITCHEN *

+ 35.000 PC CORNER + 49.000

INDIVIDUAL WORKSHOP

OPEN GALLERY

ARTIST ROOMS

GALLERY BAR

+ 45.500 HOTEL ROOM

+ 52.500

LOUNGE


ARTEL HOTEL + ARTISTS IN RESIDENCE SOUTH ELEVATION EAST ELEVATION


ARTEL HOTEL + ARTISTS IN RESIDENCE INTERIOR RENDERING - ENTRANCE FLOOR


EDUCATIONAL CENTRE ACADEMIA


„EDUCATION IS A KIND OF CONTINUING DIALOGUE.“ Academia is a place where people and ideas meet.

EDUCATIONAL CENTRE ACADEMIA BASIC FACTS

The story of the building begins with a single thought of an open space, of education, thoughts and following examples. The author is convinced that if a person wants to learn something, they must feel comfortable, untangled. Thus an idea of an open fluid space occured. Big scale, lucidity, simplicity and exacness. Another though put into the design of the educational centre Academia is that of openess and enclosure at the same time. The buiding doesn‘t want to prevent people from comming in, but at the same time, it is trying to tell the visitor, that if they want to come and see what is happening, they have to come inside and see on their own. Inside, the story continues. Everything that doesn‘t need any direct sunlight, is hidden inside big supporting collumns, such as staircases, elevators, toilets, etc. Consequently, all the remaining area is available for the educatinal centre.

design studio 1+XX Koucky & Lisecova fall 2009/10 (architectural project) spring 2010/11 (bachelor project) educational centre Masarykovo nadrazi train station, Prague, Czech republic


EDUCATIONAL CENTRE ACADEMIA SITUATION PLAN


EDUCATIONAL CENTRE ACADEMIA SPACIAL AND STRUCTURAL SCHEME


EDUCATIONAL CENTRE ACADEMIA SECTIONS


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EDUCATIONAL CENTRE ACADEMIA LEVEL PLAN WALKING (SHOP, RECEPTION) 1ST FLOOR


A'

5m

HLAVNÍ VSTUP

KAVÁRNA

B

RECEPCE

ŠATNA

ZÁZEMÍ KAVÁRNY

B'

SHOP

HLÍDÁNÍ DĚTÍ

A

SHOP


EDUCATIONAL CENTRE ACADEMIA LEVEL PLAN BROWSING (STUDYING, MEDIA) 2ND FLOOR READING (LIBRARY) 3RD FLOOR


5m




EDUCATIONAL CENTRE ACADEMIA LEVEL PLAN ADMINISTERING (STAFF, COPY) 4TH FLOOR LEARNING (CLASSROOMS) 5TH FLOOR


5m

ŘEDITEL COPY & TISK

UČEBNA

KONFERENCE

UČEBNA

SEKRETÁŘKA

UČEBNA

KANCELÁŘ

UČEBNÍ MATERIÁLY

UČEBNA

UČEBNA KONVERZACE

ZÁZEMÍ ZAMĚSTNANCŮ ŽENY

ZÁZEMÍ ZAMĚSTNANCŮ MUŽI

UČEBNA


EDUCATIONAL CENTRE ACADEMIA LEVEL PLAN CREATING (WORKSHOPS, DARK ROOM, ATELIERS) 6TH FLOOR


5m

 





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EDUCATIONAL CENTRE ACADEMIA ELEVATIONS NORTH ELEVATION EAST ELEVATION


50 m


EDUCATIONAL CENTRE ACADEMIA EXTERIOR RENDERING


EDUCATIONAL CENTRE ACADEMIA EXTERIOR RENDERING


EDUCATIONAL CENTRE ACADEMIA EXTERIOR RENDERING


EDUCATIONAL CENTRE ACADEMIA EXTERIOR RENDERING


7 CITADELS OF CUNI IN PRAGUE


7 CITADELS OF CUNI IN PRAGUE BASIC FACTS

What is the relationship between the most important Czech university and Prague, capital city of the Czech Republic? Should CUNI change its aproach towards aquiring new buildings or stay in their old tracks? * diffusion is not an obstruction, but the nominator * the university should be a solid part of the city * new, modern and suitable buildings should be erected * no regulation and displacement, but iniciation * the university should be open towards a dialogue with the general public New focus points have been found and they have been awaken to life by revitalisation of old or erection of new buildings. Thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2DC;s how the citadels are born. A citadel is a shining star, a beacon, a magnet, towards all other parts of CUNI will turn eventually, gradually. It houses all and any part of uni life. Each CUNI building is a little star on the map of Prague. Each shines with different intensity. New citadels are born in places of high concentration of old buildings, high potential and/or in a relationship with important buildings.

design studio Jan Jehlik fall 2010/11 Charles University in Prague vision competition conference an urban reflection on how should the biggest university in the Czech Rep. aproach its buidling development Prague, wider scale


7 CITADELS OF CUNI IN PRAGUE CONCEPTUAL MAP


PELC-TYROLKA

STARÉ MĚSTO

PETŘINY VINOHRADY MOTOL

ALBERTOV

JINONICE


7 CITADELS OF CUNI IN PRAGUE VOLUME VISUALISATION


THE BEEHIVES


THE BEEHIVES BASIC FACTS

Rimske square competition 8/2010 Architectonical and urbanistic competition in revitalisation of a square in he second largest city in the Czech Republic Rimske square, Brno


THE BEEHIVES CONCEPTUAL PLAN


HAJE STUDENT CENTER


HAJE STUDENT CENTER BASIC FACTS

design studio Kohout & Tichy spring 2008/09 student center with accomodation and facilities Haje, outskirts of Prague


HAJE STUDENT CENTER FLOOR PLANS 1ST FLOOR 3RD FLOOR


THE ALLIGATOR


THE ALLIGATOR BASIC FACTS

design studio 1+XX Koucky & Lisecova fall 2008/09 appartment building Skrivanek development, Chrudim, Czech Republic


THE ALLIGATOR SECTION


THE ALLIGATOR FLOOR PLANS 2ND FLOOR 3RD FLOOR 14TH FLOOR 12TH FLOOR 9TH FLOOR


5m

2. NP

3. NP

13. NP

14. NP

12. NP

8. NP


Zdenka Havlova Portfolio  

2013 Portfolio of architectural projects (school and competitions).

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