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ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO

by
STELLA DIMITRIOU
Contact
telephone: 00357-99494968
email: demetriou_stella@yahoo.com
Work experience
October 2013 - today
Yiannos Anastasiou Architects and Designers
Education
September 2012 - September 2013
Master in Architecture, Energy and Environment - UPC (Universidad Politecnica de Catalunya)
September 2006 - August 2012
Diploma of Architectural Engineering with Honours- N.T.U.A (National Technical University of Athens)
September 2009- February 2010
Erasmus exchange student in CTU (Czech Technical University), Prague, Czech Republic
September 2003 - June 2006
High School Diploma with average score of 20/20 - Laniteion Lykeion A (High School), Lemesos, Cyprus
IT skills
Excellent knowledge of AutoCAD2010 (ESDL certificate) and Rhinoceros modeling program
Excellent command of Adobe Creative Suite 5.5 (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Acrobat)
Adobe Premiere Pro CS5.5.
Knowledge of Microsoft Office tools (Word, Power Point, Excel)
Language skills
Greek - Native tongue
English - Proficient user (GCE O-Level with grade B )
Spanish - Proficient user (C1 certificate from Cervantes Institute)
French - Basic user (A2 DELF)
Catalan - Basic user (A2)
German - Basic user (A1)
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personal info
Contact
telephone: 00357-99494968
email: demetriou_stella@yahoo.com
Work experience
October 2013 - today
Yiannos Anastasiou Architects and Designers
Education
September 2012 - September 2013
Master in Architecture, Energy and Environment - UPC (Universidad Politecnica de Catalunya)
September 2006 - August 2012
Diploma of Architectural Engineering with Honours- N.T.U.A (National Technical University of Athens)
September 2009- February 2010
Erasmus exchange student in CTU (Czech Technical University), Prague, Czech Republic
September 2003 - June 2006
High School Diploma with average score of 20/20 - Laniteion Lykeion A (High School), Lemesos, Cyprus
IT skills
Excellent knowledge of AutoCAD2010 (ESDL certificate) and Rhinoceros modeling program
Excellent command of Adobe Creative Suite 5.5 (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Acrobat)
Adobe Premiere Pro CS5.5.
Knowledge of Microsoft Office tools (Word, Power Point, Excel)
Language skills
Greek - Native tongue
English - Proficient user (GCE O-Level with grade B )
Spanish - Proficient user (C1 certificate from Cervantes Institute)
French - Basic user (A2 DELF)
Catalan - Basic user (A2)
German - Basic user (A1)
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personal info
urban
camping _
Athens
sea
invasion
Athens
Recycle
Kernel
Cystainable
Home
sweet
home
plakArt
athens pulse
_LightDonor
projects
space for creativity
urban
camping _
Athens
sea
invasion
Athens
Recycle
Kernel
Cystainable
Home
sweet
home
plakArt
athens pulse
_LightDonor
projects
space for creativity
urban camping
_Athens
diploma thesis : camping in the heart of Athens
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urban camping
_Athens
diploma thesis : camping in the heart of Athens
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proposed
urban
camping_UCA
Rafina Port
Athens National Aeroport
Pireas Port
Train Station
Larissis Bus Station
Kifisou Bus Station
Athens - Larissa
National Road
Athens - Corinthos
National Road
Attiki Odos
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9
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12
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10
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museums attractions- historical sites
archeological sites
entertainment places
shopping streets walking routes
route beggining route end

metro line 1 metro line 2 metro line 3


metro line 4
(under construction)
tram line
train line
teleferik line
range of metro service
R=400 m
squares archeological sites city's/ neighborhood green spaces
other public spaces entrance under restriction
existing
suburban
camping
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map of attica
major access routes to the city center
what to do places of interest & possible routes
where to camp and how to move around
open spaces & public transport
proposed
urban
camping_UCA
Rafina Port
Athens National Aeroport
Pireas Port
Train Station
Larissis Bus Station
Kifisou Bus Station
Athens - Larissa
National Road
Athens - Corinthos
National Road
Attiki Odos
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2
3
4
5
6
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9
8
12
11
10
7
8
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2
3 4
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1
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museums attractions- historical sites
archeological sites
entertainment places
shopping streets walking routes
route beggining route end

metro line 1 metro line 2 metro line 3


metro line 4
(under construction)
tram line
train line
teleferik line
range of metro service
R=400 m
squares archeological sites city's/ neighborhood green spaces
other public spaces entrance under restriction
existing
suburban
camping
_
.
, -


.
map of attica
major access routes to the city center
what to do places of interest & possible routes
where to camp and how to move around
open spaces & public transport
In case of mixed use
-Floor use-
Housing
Artisanship
Warehouse
Commerce
Entertainment
Services
Health
Culture
Religion
Without use
Housing
Warehouse
Services
Without use
Squares
Archeological spaces
Green spaces-Parks
Natural green spaces
Rest public spaces
Green islands
Pedestrian streets
Limited access
moving around
visual and acoustic inputs

Photographs
Sound volume
Hard limits
Fenced spaces with entrance at specific points

Main pedestrian movement
Secondary pedestrian movement
Start of main routes
Entrance in an enclosed space
1
2
3
land use
public spaces
selected area analisis
1
2
3
In case of mixed use
-Floor use-
Housing
Artisanship
Warehouse
Commerce
Entertainment
Services
Health
Culture
Religion
Without use
Housing
Warehouse
Services
Without use
Squares
Archeological spaces
Green spaces-Parks
Natural green spaces
Rest public spaces
Green islands
Pedestrian streets
Limited access
moving around
visual and acoustic inputs

Photographs
Sound volume
Hard limits
Fenced spaces with entrance at specific points

Main pedestrian movement
Secondary pedestrian movement
Start of main routes
Entrance in an enclosed space
1
2
3
land use
public spaces
selected area analisis
1
2
3
PUBLIC TOILETS
A
HYGIENE SPACE
LAUNDRY ROOM
STORAGE SPACE
B
A
MINI MARKET
B
C
D
E
F
G
G
C
D
E
F
RECEPTION
TENTS SPACE
KITCHEN
DINING ROOM
CAFE
COMMON ROOM
UCA FACILITIES
PUBLIC TOILETS
A
HYGIENE SPACE
LAUNDRY ROOM
STORAGE SPACE
B
A
MINI MARKET
B
C
D
E
F
G
G
C
D
E
F
RECEPTION
TENTS SPACE
KITCHEN
DINING ROOM
CAFE
COMMON ROOM
UCA FACILITIES
uni t pavers 20*10*6cm
compacted aggregate
sand setti ng bed 5cm
0.5 1 2 m
4 8 16 cm
tent setup process
1 tent setup spot
3 reel pulls tent in position
4 pulling the tent back
2 tightening the cam straps & remove the safe keys
steel beam I PE 360*170 mm
sti ffener pl ate 10 mm
steel structural tubi ng 100*50 mm
seat angl e 3 mm
tri angul ar sti ffener pl ate 10 mm
stabi l i zi ng angl e 50*4 mm
polycarbonate sheet 5mm
ci rcul ar pi pe d36mm
steel beam I PE 80*46 mm
steel beam I PE 160*82 mm
gl ass rei nforced pl asti c 90*15 cm
supporti ve pl ate 5 mm
structural sti ffener pl ate 7 mm
fi bergl ass rei nforced pl asti c gri d 25mm
c shape sheet metal 40*40 mm
c shape steel beam 100*50 mm
angl e 2 mm
al umi ni um square bar 30*30mm
al umi ni um rectangul ar bar 60*30mm
concrete footi ng 100*100*50cm
concrete footi ng 21*15cm
unrei nforced concrete 10cm
concrete footi ng 160*160*80 cm
unrei nforced concrete 10 cm
compacted aggregate
grass
soi l
gravel
steel beam I PE 240*120 mm
ci rcul ar pi pe d38mm
pl asti c tri angul ar surface
spri ng rewi nd cabl e reel
angl e 3 mm
cyl i ndri cal stabi l i zer d40mm
sti ffener pl ate 3mm
rail detail
floor connection detail
plastic frame connection
and beam fastening detail
vertical wal l section
uni t pavers 20*10*6cm
compacted aggregate
sand setti ng bed 5cm
0.5 1 2 m
4 8 16 cm
tent setup process
1 tent setup spot
3 reel pulls tent in position
4 pulling the tent back
2 tightening the cam straps & remove the safe keys
steel beam I PE 360*170 mm
sti ffener pl ate 10 mm
steel structural tubi ng 100*50 mm
seat angl e 3 mm
tri angul ar sti ffener pl ate 10 mm
stabi l i zi ng angl e 50*4 mm
polycarbonate sheet 5mm
ci rcul ar pi pe d36mm
steel beam I PE 80*46 mm
steel beam I PE 160*82 mm
gl ass rei nforced pl asti c 90*15 cm
supporti ve pl ate 5 mm
structural sti ffener pl ate 7 mm
fi bergl ass rei nforced pl asti c gri d 25mm
c shape sheet metal 40*40 mm
c shape steel beam 100*50 mm
angl e 2 mm
al umi ni um square bar 30*30mm
al umi ni um rectangul ar bar 60*30mm
concrete footi ng 100*100*50cm
concrete footi ng 21*15cm
unrei nforced concrete 10cm
concrete footi ng 160*160*80 cm
unrei nforced concrete 10 cm
compacted aggregate
grass
soi l
gravel
steel beam I PE 240*120 mm
ci rcul ar pi pe d38mm
pl asti c tri angul ar surface
spri ng rewi nd cabl e reel
angl e 3 mm
cyl i ndri cal stabi l i zer d40mm
sti ffener pl ate 3mm
rail detail
floor connection detail
plastic frame connection
and beam fastening detail
vertical wal l section
sea invasion
urban design : multifamily suburban housing and public space design in Chalkida
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sea invasion
urban design : multifamily suburban housing and public space design in Chalkida
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use the latent potential to
embellish the area. The coastal
line is nearly doubled and the
intercity road is moved inwards.
New qualities of space are
created and the obtained area is
given for public use.
master plan
1
road
evergreen trees
deciduous trees
citrus trees
pedestrian street
pavement
wooden surface
soil
housing
public buildings
sunshades
kindergarden
existing situation - problems proposed solution public spaces
plot intercity road green spaces existing squares proposed squares pedestrian street
2
CONCEPT

use the latent potential to
embellish the area. The coastal
line is nearly doubled and the
intercity road is moved inwards.
New qualities of space are
created and the obtained area is
given for public use.
master plan
1
road
evergreen trees
deciduous trees
citrus trees
pedestrian street
pavement
wooden surface
soil
housing
public buildings
sunshades
kindergarden
existing situation - problems proposed solution public spaces
plot intercity road green spaces existing squares proposed squares pedestrian street
2
CONCEPT
1
2
1. pedestrian bridge 2. fishermens association and fishmarket
3. fish taverns 4. viewpoint 5. cafeterias
3 4
5
The central public space by the seafront is orientated to
serve the needs of the local fishermen and promote the
local fish market, along with leisure facilities.
The area can be easily aproched by the pedestrians
bridges, one of them being situated on the main
moving course by the water canal.
The culmination of the whole area is the viewpoint,
where the visitors can have a panoramic vew of the
surroundings.
1. Seaside public space
1
2
1. pedestrian bridge 2. fishermens association and fishmarket
3. fish taverns 4. viewpoint 5. cafeterias
3 4
5
The central public space by the seafront is orientated to
serve the needs of the local fishermen and promote the
local fish market, along with leisure facilities.
The area can be easily aproched by the pedestrians
bridges, one of them being situated on the main
moving course by the water canal.
The culmination of the whole area is the viewpoint,
where the visitors can have a panoramic vew of the
surroundings.
1. Seaside public space
2. House types & public space design
5 people
4 bedroom
single family
row house
150m2
4 people
3 bedroom
apartment
120m2
3 people
2 bedroom
apartment
90m2
urban agriculture
shared common
space
2. House types & public space design
5 people
4 bedroom
single family
row house
150m2
4 people
3 bedroom
apartment
120m2
3 people
2 bedroom
apartment
90m2
urban agriculture
shared common
space
architectural design : center of alternative recycling spot in the central of the city
Athens
Recycle Kernel
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architectural design : center of alternative recycling spot in the central of the city
Athens
Recycle Kernel
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exhibition
administration
library
restaurant
shops
artists workshops
information desks
auditorium
Diagram of space usage by floor
the A.R.K is located near one of the central squares of the city. The building is stocked with
old and unwanted objects or appliances by the public. The employees at A.R.K are
converting the incoming waste into useful products, which are thereafter
exhibited and sold. Seminars and general information about recycling, as well as workplaces and a library
with study space are offered by the A.R.K, which aims to open the way for recycling in Athens.

a cut through the plot acts as a passage that
brings pedestrians to the building and organizes the
architectural composition into two triangular volumes.
exhibition
administration
library
restaurant
shops
artists workshops
information desks
auditorium
Diagram of space usage by floor
the A.R.K is located near one of the central squares of the city. The building is stocked with
old and unwanted objects or appliances by the public. The employees at A.R.K are
converting the incoming waste into useful products, which are thereafter
exhibited and sold. Seminars and general information about recycling, as well as workplaces and a library
with study space are offered by the A.R.K, which aims to open the way for recycling in Athens.

a cut through the plot acts as a passage that
brings pedestrians to the building and organizes the
architectural composition into two triangular volumes.
D3 detail section of metal support
system and metal grid scale 1:20
D4 scale 1:5
2
+9.90
1
3
4
5
6
1. steel beam, I-shaped cross-section IPE200
2. steel beam, I-shaped cross-section HE400
3. metal spring
4. metal blade 2mm
5. steel beam, I-shaped cross-section IPE200
6. steel cylindrical cross-section 20
D4
metal blade 2cm thickness
metal blade 5cm thickness
D1 view of top end
of metal column
scale. 1:20
metal bolt 5
metal column 30
D2 section of
metal column
scale. 1:20
D3
D1
D2
MODEL DETAILS
D3 detail section of metal support
system and metal grid scale 1:20
D4 scale 1:5
2
+9.90
1
3
4
5
6
1. steel beam, I-shaped cross-section IPE200
2. steel beam, I-shaped cross-section HE400
3. metal spring
4. metal blade 2mm
5. steel beam, I-shaped cross-section IPE200
6. steel cylindrical cross-section 20
D4
metal blade 2cm thickness
metal blade 5cm thickness
D1 view of top end
of metal column
scale. 1:20
metal bolt 5
metal column 30
D2 section of
metal column
scale. 1:20
D3
D1
D2
MODEL DETAILS
Cystainable
architectural design : a sustainable music studio for Jacqueline du Pre in Cyprus
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Cystainable
architectural design : a sustainable music studio for Jacqueline du Pre in Cyprus
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T (C) RH (%) Ts
4,9 75 5,4
12,5 60 12,1
4,8 70 5,4
12,7 57 12,2
6,7 63 7,2
15,7 52 14,6
10,2 53 10,2
20 47 17,9
14,6 46 13,6
25,4 43 21,9
18,6 41 16,6
29,8 40 25,0
21,4 39 18,6
32,9 37 27,1
21,2 43 18,6
32,6 40 27,2
18,2 45 16,4
29,5 38 24,7
14,8 52 13,9
25,2 43 21,7
10 64 10,0
18,9 50 17,1
6,4 75 6,8
14 60 13,4
8: 00
13: 00
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February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
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SOLAR STEREOGRAPHIC CHART 35 N WI TH DESI RED SHADOWS
21 junio
21 julio
21 agosto
21 septiembre
21 octubre
21 noviembre
21 diciembre
21 enero
21 febrero
21 marzo
21 abril
21 mayo
90
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Temperatura de sensacin (Ts)
Ts = T - 0,4*(T-10)*(1-0,01HR)

BI OCLI MATI C GI VONI
NEED FOR
High inertia
Ventilation
Solar gains
CV SUMMER COMFORT ZONE
CI WINTER COMFORT ZONE
V POSIBLE CONTROL WITH VENTILATION
IV POSIBLE CONTROL WITH INERTIA IN SUMMER
II POSIBLE CONTROL WITH INERTIA IN WINTER
E POSIBLE CONTROL WITH COOLING EVAPORATION
TS Dry bulb temperature (C)
TH Wet bulb temperature (C)
j Saturation enthalpy (kcal/kg of dry air)
x Absolute humidity (gr water vapor/ kg de dry air)
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
Dicember
CHART
V Specific Volume (m3/kg of dry air)
Ts>25 Discomfort due to heat
Ts<15 Discomfort due to cold
15<Ts<25 Thermal comfort
June, July, August and Septemer Sun protection
December, January, February and March Saun gains
October, November, April and May Selective Sun gains
Need for fix or movable
shading systems
ENVIRONMENTAL DATA _ @ SAITTAS
TEMPERATURE PRECIPITATIONS
HR MEAN ANNUAL
51%
653mm/year
TM = 34,6 C
Tm = 18,9 C
TM = 13,6 C
Tm = 3,2 C
AUGUST JANUARY
MEAN ANNUAL TEMPERATURE = 17 C
multidirectional WIND - mean annual speed: 2,4m/s
PREDOMINANT MOUNTAIN BREEZE
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summer
winter
T (C) RH (%) Ts
4,9 75 5,4
12,5 60 12,1
4,8 70 5,4
12,7 57 12,2
6,7 63 7,2
15,7 52 14,6
10,2 53 10,2
20 47 17,9
14,6 46 13,6
25,4 43 21,9
18,6 41 16,6
29,8 40 25,0
21,4 39 18,6
32,9 37 27,1
21,2 43 18,6
32,6 40 27,2
18,2 45 16,4
29,5 38 24,7
14,8 52 13,9
25,2 43 21,7
10 64 10,0
18,9 50 17,1
6,4 75 6,8
14 60 13,4
8: 00
13: 00
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
13: 00
8: 00
13: 00
8: 00
13: 00
8: 00
13: 00
8: 00
13: 00
8: 00
13: 00
8: 00
13: 00
8: 00
13: 00
8: 00
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8: 00
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Hour
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80
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60
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40
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SOLAR STEREOGRAPHIC CHART 35 N WI TH DESI RED SHADOWS
21 junio
21 julio
21 agosto
21 septiembre
21 octubre
21 noviembre
21 diciembre
21 enero
21 febrero
21 marzo
21 abril
21 mayo
90
o
Temperatura de sensacin (Ts)
Ts = T - 0,4*(T-10)*(1-0,01HR)

BI OCLI MATI C GI VONI
NEED FOR
High inertia
Ventilation
Solar gains
CV SUMMER COMFORT ZONE
CI WINTER COMFORT ZONE
V POSIBLE CONTROL WITH VENTILATION
IV POSIBLE CONTROL WITH INERTIA IN SUMMER
II POSIBLE CONTROL WITH INERTIA IN WINTER
E POSIBLE CONTROL WITH COOLING EVAPORATION
TS Dry bulb temperature (C)
TH Wet bulb temperature (C)
j Saturation enthalpy (kcal/kg of dry air)
x Absolute humidity (gr water vapor/ kg de dry air)
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
Dicember
CHART
V Specific Volume (m3/kg of dry air)
Ts>25 Discomfort due to heat
Ts<15 Discomfort due to cold
15<Ts<25 Thermal comfort
June, July, August and Septemer Sun protection
December, January, February and March Saun gains
October, November, April and May Selective Sun gains
Need for fix or movable
shading systems
ENVIRONMENTAL DATA _ @ SAITTAS
TEMPERATURE PRECIPITATIONS
HR MEAN ANNUAL
51%
653mm/year
TM = 34,6 C
Tm = 18,9 C
TM = 13,6 C
Tm = 3,2 C
AUGUST JANUARY
MEAN ANNUAL TEMPERATURE = 17 C
multidirectional WIND - mean annual speed: 2,4m/s
PREDOMINANT MOUNTAIN BREEZE
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summer
winter
R
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NOTHERN FACADE
Concept Watermelon
a thick wall
inercia
SOUTH FACADE
Concept Onion
many light layers
environmental control



jazmin - deciduous plant
flowering: May - October


inverted greenhouse
Its an intermediate space which uses the plant
during the summer in order to refrigarate the
air and moisten it.
The plant is deciduous and lets the Sunrays
come into the space during the winter.
A second layer of glass it is used in winter,
funtioning at the same time as a normal green-
house.
SUMMER
STRATEGIES
DAY
NIGHT
WINTER
STRATEGIES
DAY
NIGHT
FORM, SKIN & INTERIOR
Thermal balance January
Ti = 18.84 C
Temperature variability during night
Ti = 1.69 C
Temperature variability during day
Ti = 1.12 C
Thermal balance July
Ti = 27.30 C
R
R
NOTHERN FACADE
Concept Watermelon
a thick wall
inercia
SOUTH FACADE
Concept Onion
many light layers
environmental control



jazmin - deciduous plant
flowering: May - October


inverted greenhouse
Its an intermediate space which uses the plant
during the summer in order to refrigarate the
air and moisten it.
The plant is deciduous and lets the Sunrays
come into the space during the winter.
A second layer of glass it is used in winter,
funtioning at the same time as a normal green-
house.
SUMMER
STRATEGIES
DAY
NIGHT
WINTER
STRATEGIES
DAY
NIGHT
FORM, SKIN & INTERIOR
Thermal balance January
Ti = 18.84 C
Temperature variability during night
Ti = 1.69 C
Temperature variability during day
Ti = 1.12 C
Thermal balance July
Ti = 27.30 C
interior design : architects 30m2 house in Limassol - Cyprus
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home sweet home
interior design : architects 30m2 house in Limassol - Cyprus
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home sweet home
living room kitchen bedroom bathroom
living room kitchen bedroom bathroom
plakArt
architectural design : building in historic context
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plakArt
architectural design : building in historic context
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CONCEPT
Plakart is a center of artistic creation. The aim was to integrate the
new building in the existing, historical, environment. In order to achieve
that, the walking style of perceiving the area is in-
corporated into the architectural design of the
building. Pedestrians can pass through it, from one street to another
(A), or choose to walk on its roof (B) to the top from where they can
enjoy a view to Acropolis.
A
A
B
ACROPOLIS
PLAKA
CONCEPT
Plakart is a center of artistic creation. The aim was to integrate the
new building in the existing, historical, environment. In order to achieve
that, the walking style of perceiving the area is in-
corporated into the architectural design of the
building. Pedestrians can pass through it, from one street to another
(A), or choose to walk on its roof (B) to the top from where they can
enjoy a view to Acropolis.
A
A
B
ACROPOLIS
PLAKA
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A
Plakart houses artists workshops (2), exhibition space (1) and a caf-bar (3)
with view to the Acropolis. The workshops have direct access to the atrium to which all the spaces
turn to. The exhibits can be seen from the street due to the glass facade. Wooden horizontal louvers are
used as sun protection.
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b
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su
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Plakart houses artists workshops (2), exhibition space (1) and a caf-bar (3)
with view to the Acropolis. The workshops have direct access to the atrium to which all the spaces
turn to. The exhibits can be seen from the street due to the glass facade. Wooden horizontal louvers are
used as sun protection.
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public lighting design : entry in Light it for Humanity competition in 2011
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public lighting design : entry in Light it for Humanity competition in 2011
Keep it simple, keep it solar
The third generation photovoltaic cells that are placed on the cylindrical exterior ring are south oriented. They
collect solar energy and convert it to DC electricity and then through the inverter for DC to AC electricity.
The energy is stored in a battery and a programmable controller permits constant energy flow for the
charge of the modules, but to the main lighting part, the Sphere, only at night.
Easy to be moved... and cabable of being placed on a table or hanged from its handle
The cubic modules can be
placed in almost every site.
Crafted of polycarbonate,
they are nearly indestructible
and can last up to 10 hours.
sun
photovoltaic cells
inverter
lighting unit
_LightDonor
Keep it simple, keep it solar
The third generation photovoltaic cells that are placed on the cylindrical exterior ring are south oriented. They
collect solar energy and convert it to DC electricity and then through the inverter for DC to AC electricity.
The energy is stored in a battery and a programmable controller permits constant energy flow for the
charge of the modules, but to the main lighting part, the Sphere, only at night.
Easy to be moved... and cabable of being placed on a table or hanged from its handle
The cubic modules can be
placed in almost every site.
Crafted of polycarbonate,
they are nearly indestructible
and can last up to 10 hours.
sun
photovoltaic cells
inverter
lighting unit
_LightDonor
public furniture design : entry in Athens Bench Mark competition in 2010
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athens pulse
public furniture design : entry in Athens Bench Mark competition in 2010
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athens pulse
construction details scale 1:10
axonometric projections & possible forms
A. hinge mechanism consisted
of four parts which rotate
around a central axis and
stabilize with a security nut
B. folding mechanism with hinge which stabilizes in two differ-
ent openings from the axis, 5mm (I) and 10mm (II), with tapping
screws
C. connection of 2mm
wood slab with 10mm
metal bar
I
II
I II
D. clamping details
I. clamping of 10mm metal bar to
80mm lightweight concrete with
concrete screws
II. at the points where the mechanism
touches the ground is soldered to the
axis of a metal bar that is already
clamped to the concrete
construction details scale 1:10
axonometric projections & possible forms
A. hinge mechanism consisted
of four parts which rotate
around a central axis and
stabilize with a security nut
B. folding mechanism with hinge which stabilizes in two differ-
ent openings from the axis, 5mm (I) and 10mm (II), with tapping
screws
C. connection of 2mm
wood slab with 10mm
metal bar
I
II
I II
D. clamping details
I. clamping of 10mm metal bar to
80mm lightweight concrete with
concrete screws
II. at the points where the mechanism
touches the ground is soldered to the
axis of a metal bar that is already
clamped to the concrete
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