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ARCHITECTURE
PORTFOLIO015
FILIP MOMIKJ
01
COMPETITION PROJECT:
SITE MUSEUM...........................................02 - 04
1 PORTUGAL
REALIZED INTERIOR PROJECT...
LOCATION: MONTEMOR - O - NOVO, PORTUGAL
PROJECT: SITE MUSEUM
PROJECT NAME: MONUMENTS OF KNOWLEDGE
YEAR: 2015
02
Project ta...
MONUMENTS OF KNOWLEDGE03
PROGRAM GUIDE
0.circulation area 170m2
1.lobby 80m2
2.giftshop/bookstore 40m2
3.restrooms 30m2
4....
1. elements above the surface - preserving the special spirit of the site
2. flat open terrain slab
3. needed program orga...
The main task for this project was creating an attractive lounge bar with a specific identity. The
interior has narrow cha...
06 CHAPTER 2
07 CHAPTER 2
Small house built in 1973 witnesses pure and raw shape of New England architecture. This house
was built due to a differen...
BOAT HOUSE ADDITION
deconstruction of parts
addition of parts
new unit
after deconstruction state of the structure
new str...
BOAT HOUSE ADDITION
D1
D2
D1
D2
metal screw r=0.6cm
box steel column 12.5x12.5cm
2 steel plates 20/20cm
box steel beams 12...
missing tissue of a
micro-structure
in larger scale
missing central part
potential for
interpolation completeness
Skopje i...
4.8 4
2.83.2
8.9
6
1.6 2.81.6
gradation of the private
and public space
physical model analysis
human dimensions and
measu...
steel “L” profile
primar ladder beam
secondary ladderbeams
steel cables
metal “distance” plate
biogas pipe/installations
m...
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  1. 1. ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO015 FILIP MOMIKJ
  2. 01 COMPETITION PROJECT: SITE MUSEUM...........................................02 - 04 1 PORTUGAL REALIZED INTERIOR PROJECT FOR A CLIENT: “CHAPTER 2” LOUNGE BAR.......................05 - 07 2 MACEDONIA 3 USA 4 MACEDONIA PROJECT FOR A CLIENT: BOAT HOUSE ADDITION............................08 - 10 LOCATION LEGENDTABLE OF CONTENTS ACADEMIC PROJECT: DEFINING OF BORDER CONDITIONS WITH URBAN TEXTURE ..................................................11- 13
  3. LOCATION: MONTEMOR - O - NOVO, PORTUGAL PROJECT: SITE MUSEUM PROJECT NAME: MONUMENTS OF KNOWLEDGE YEAR: 2015 02 Project task is a “SITE MUSEUM”. The dominant character and the spirit of the site are the defragmented ruins and objects spread all around. In addition to the main source idea is the concept of preserving the site by adding new specific elements analogous to the existing ones on a visual and ethical level. Determining the core elements that every fortress/castle has, such as wall and inside elements, gives a good structural project base. This site has an epic appeal created by the nature and the ruins so that it has to be preserved as it is. Developing the project in this manner is a real challenge. 2.a 2.b 2.2 3.a 3.b 1 besides the site as a main parameter, every fortress has its own structural completeness on a larger scale: wall/membrane and buildings/elements. we find two main ways of motion B.curved in between buildings and ruins building of new ‘’ruins’’ elements fortress wall in the past current state of the fortress wall new wall preposition certain function certain function trace trace monument of knowledge monument of knowledge history history A. straight by a wall building of a new ‘’fortress’’ wall achieving completeness: 1.by physical addition 2.by physical connection 3.adding and connecting on a certain recognised way to a completeness 1.a 1.b 1.1
  4. MONUMENTS OF KNOWLEDGE03 PROGRAM GUIDE 0.circulation area 170m2 1.lobby 80m2 2.giftshop/bookstore 40m2 3.restrooms 30m2 4.storageroom 30m2 5.histo5.history room 50m2 6.permanent exhibition gallery 150m2 7.temporary exhibition gallery 100m2 8.general storage room 30m2 9.storage room 30m2 10.archeological archive room 40m2 level -1 ground level level 1 level 2 11.restrooms 30m2 12.equipment room 100m2 13.auditorium 120m2 14.workshop/classroom 40m2 15.cafe 50m2 16.administration office 30m2 17.open air exhibition place17.open air exhibition place 18.reflection pool 19.library 40m2 20meeting room 20m2 21.research office 20m2 0 1 23 4 5 6 7 89 10 11 12 1314 15 16 17 17 18 19 20 21
  5. 1. elements above the surface - preserving the special spirit of the site 2. flat open terrain slab 3. needed program organisation 4. wall 1. 2. 3. 4. a 3. 2. 1. MONUMENTS OF KNOWLEDGE04 a b c b c c a. construction of a specific stone wall b. creating plaster molding negative c. creating concrete wall positive creation of a wall that represents all of the typical masonry patterns that appear in the old fortress wall and towers 1. culture of building with stones since the ancient times(dolmens) 2. roman fortress pattern, fact of the strategic importance of the site and recognition of a rich culture 3. medieval fortress, continuity and development of the people’s life in this area taking adventage of the downhill of the site underground/perfect functional organisation dark atmosphere in the museum associates of the mysticism in the medieval and ancient times preserving the spirit of the site exhibition area people can take peek of the inside from the outside skylight new wall part of the existing fortress c
  6. The main task for this project was creating an attractive lounge bar with a specific identity. The interior has narrow character that is dominating and creates certain parameters. This space is a part of a big mall and at the same time is the main chamber where all of the ventilation canals run through. The facts stated above, including many other subjective and objective guidelines have formed an interesting condition for the birth of a lounge bar that will open a new chapter in the city. LOCATION: SKOPJE, MACEDONIA PROJECT: LOUNGE BAR INTERIOR PROJECT NAME: CHAPTER 2 YEAR: 2014 - parallel energy created by the interior main wall - parallel energy created by the exterior street front dominanting ifnluence over the main lateral movements - diagonal energy created by the itersecting middle glass-wall this window wall is the spine of the space connecting the interior and exterior part of the project - inner elements organisation- main movement directions - orthogonal from the diagonal energy created by the intersecting middle glass-wall most rational direction for organising the inner elements in order of a best use of the daylight - orthogonal energy created by the interior main wall - orthogonal energy created by the exterior street front dominanting direction where the sunlight comes from 05
  7. 06 CHAPTER 2
  8. 07 CHAPTER 2
  9. Small house built in 1973 witnesses pure and raw shape of New England architecture. This house was built due to a different needs and is in an essential relation with the function and the form. The proportions, materials and the character of this object are typical for the New England style but stripped from all of the decorations. This situation accidently creates look of a modern form derived from this very traditional style. Apparently this style has a lot of potential for further contemporary development but is still not recognised enough. This example can prove the above exposed. LOCATION: MA, USA PROJECT: GARAGE/STORAGE/DWELLING HOUSE PROJECT NAME: BOAT HOUSE ADDITION YEAR: 2014 typical genesis of suburban house a. early 18th cent. house (no decorations) b. late 18th cent. (molding decorations) c. mid late 18th cent.(fine decorations) 1.bedroom 2.living room 3.kitchen A/product base+gabels B/base created by certain factors Buildings are not organisms, but they are used by living organinsms. In order to respond in the most appropriate way to the living organisms that they serve to, the old building sometimes need to be treated as livingneed to be treated as living organisms themselves. Living organisms go through certain transformations during their lifetime. They renew themselves by coming out in a cleaner, fresher material or simpler and more practical form than beforthan before. Face of an old man, hiding a strong and healthy spirit behind the wrinkled skin. Pure geometric forms can be recognised at any age of the human face. All human skulls are more orAll human skulls are more or less similar but the way that the skin streches over makes significant differences. 1 2 2 1 1 3 2 1 1 A/base=B/gabels more daylight view to the shore more area A/base created by certain factors A/gabels created by certain factors B/product preserve primar intentions 08
  10. BOAT HOUSE ADDITION deconstruction of parts addition of parts new unit after deconstruction state of the structure new structural addition new structural unit 09
  11. BOAT HOUSE ADDITION D1 D2 D1 D2 metal screw r=0.6cm box steel column 12.5x12.5cm 2 steel plates 20/20cm box steel beams 12.5x12.5cm steel connections secondary beams 3.5x3.5cm metal board 0.3cm insulation 3.5cm osb board 2cm parquet insulation wooden planks steel reinforcement anchor r=1.6cm dissymmetrical concrete foundation 60/60/40cm longitudinal section transverse section 10 gravel 13cm
  12. missing tissue of a micro-structure in larger scale missing central part potential for interpolation completeness Skopje is a city that has been destroyed multiple times by political and natural causes throughout its history. This resulted in a significant defragmented urban structure originating from different time periods. One of those structures is the city quarter ‘’Madjir Maalo’’. This urban tissue has a dominanting microstructure that appered during the neoclassical, romantique period based, it is based on a modern urban grid and is settled with immigrants from the cities with strong historic urban configuration. The idea of the project is to connect all different adjacent urban textures with a justified structure that would represent a methaphore of the old cities and at the same time would correspond with the surrounding modern urban featureat the same time would correspond with the surrounding modern urban features. ohrid strumica kratovo model of old urban structures within cities throughout Macedonia modern urban grid us1 us2 us3 us4 us1 us2 us3 us4 us1-dominant us2-initiative us3,us4-suggestive us1234 -private -traditional -family -ground floor -semi private -contrast -different lifestyle -public -contemporary -tourist urban grid settled by people originating from the old city cores veles 11
  13. 4.8 4 2.83.2 8.9 6 1.6 2.81.6 gradation of the private and public space physical model analysis human dimensions and measures of the objects atriums created by adjacent buildings ground level 31.31.3 6 5.6 3.2 4.5 8.1 4.8 2.8 1.62.83.6 DEFINING OF BORDER CONDITIONS WITH URBAN TEXTURE12 traditional city in Macedonia modern era urban grid urban grid settled by people from traditional cities tall, modern structure new structure developed from the old and related with the older final point
  14. steel “L” profile primar ladder beam secondary ladderbeams steel cables metal “distance” plate biogas pipe/installations metal connection chrommed cover chrommed cover primar ladder beam secundary ladder beam o tertiar ladder beam insulation rib floor metal cover board aluminum”C” profile osb - board air insulation wall finnish plaster board insulation cement panels DEFINING OF BORDER CONDITIONS WITH URBAN TEXTURE13
  15. THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION!
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