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Architecture Portfolio 06-10


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NIKOLA NIKODIJEVIC >>>

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I believe that architecture can help save our planet. My passion, as an architect, is to provide modern designed, energy-efficient and affordable projects for middle-class people. I am a resourceful person and love to work on intimate projects that have the potential of creating broad change. I enjoy working with people who share a like-minded vision of sustainability, and are truly engaged with the goals and creative outcomes of their project.

ARCHITECTURE

About me

Philosophy:

I believe that architecture can help save our planet. My passion, as an architect, is to provide modern designed, energy-efficient and affordable projects for middle-class people. I am a resourceful person and love to work on intimate projects that have the potential of creating broad change. I enjoy working with people who share a likeminded vision of sustainability, and are truly engaged with the goals and creative outcomes of their project

My hope is to expand my knowledge with regards to sustainable architecture, studying primarily the potential of recycled building materials, systems for exploitation of renewable forms of energy as well as their application in architecture. The ecological factor in modern society holds an important position and by studying sustainable architecture in-depth, hopefully ways in which our environment can be (better) preserved may be highlighted. As architects, this is arguably not only our duty, but also a way of discovering new potential for the development of functional and design solutions.

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Education:

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I am currently a PhD student pursuing my Doctor degree in sustainable design and architecture at Vienna University of Technology. My education is based on studding principles of sustainable architecture, tutored by professor Franoise-Hlne Jourda.

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Curriculum Vitae
Name : Nikola Nikodijevic Citizenship: Serbian Date of birth: 03.09.1984 cell: + 381 64 15 39 886 web: www.narchwerken.net e-mail: nikodijevic@ymail.com

Work Experience : August 2008 - August 2010 Portner Moscow (Russia) www.portner.ru

Developing working documentation for shopping mall River Mall (258,000 square meters) Proposal for redesigning faade of shoping mall Zhitomir Project coordination with international team EPA Consulting Belgrade (Serbia) Vele Nigrinove 16, Belgrade

November 2007 May 2008 -

Urban planning and design, Extension projects, 3D modeling. JC Spagnuolo Arquitetura Londrina (Brazil) www.spagnuoloarquitetura.com.br

August 2007 - October 2007

Academic Background: Feb 2010 - Jun 2013 PhD Oct 2006 Jun 2008 Oct 2003 July 2006

Offices space planning and design, 3D modeling. Akharris Architect Reading (England) www.harrispartnership.com

August 2006 - September 2006 Department for Spatial and Sustainable Design, Vienna University of Technology Master of Architecture, Belgrade University of Architecture Bachelor of Architecture, Belgrade University of Architecture

Developing working documentation for residential houses Project coordination with team 3D modeling.

Language skills: - Serbian (native) - English (expert) - Russian (intermediate) Computer Skills: AutoCad, ArchiCad, 3d Max, LightWave, PhotoShop, Macromedia Flash, Premier, MS Office, Corel Draw, Illustrator. Work interests: Architecture, Building technology, Construction, Photography, Restoration and conservation, 3D Animations, Graphic Design, Advertising, Web Design, Directing.

Additional experience: Experience in legalization process, Graphic designing, Web design, 3D modeling. Pro bono work: July 2008. Photo Camp, Camp leader and organizer, Despotovac, Serbia. July 2007. Reconstruction of old cinema, Camp leader and orga nizer, Despotovac, Serbia. April 2007. Group leader training, Niederkaufungen Germany May 2007. Founder of Budjenje, a NGO dealing with youth problems and promoting arts. August 2003. Building of children camp, Nachod, Czech Republic.

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Professional Work 06-10


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One of the great experiences gained by working in different climate and cultural context is embracing different working concepts, strategies and materials.

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Architecture Studio: OOO PORTNER - (Moscow, Russian Federatrion) Project Type: Retail-entertainment Center Location: Moscow, Russian Federation Total area: 258,000 square meters Date: August 2008-Present

iver Mall is the largest shopping complex in Moscow nowadays. It is situated on 3rd traffic circle of Moscow which is the Citys major traffic road. With its total area of 258,000 square meters, it has three stories of parking space, and three stories garage comprising of different shops and entertainment catering to the various needs of customers.

Developing project documentation

RIVER MALL

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August 2008 - August 2010

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ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO

Architecture Studio: OOO PORTNER - (Moscow, Russian Federatrion) Project Type: Faade redesign Location: Smolensk, Russian Federation Date: November 2009
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edesigning existing Shopping Mall building for prominent struture in Smolensk, Russian Federation. Scope included addressing significant structural concerns, continued operation of facility and ongoing waterproofing issues while providing an Architectural Image Statement for the user as well as introducing new activities in the district.
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November 2009

Faade redesign proposal

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SHOPPING MALL

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ARCHITECTURE BUREAU
Idea Project
August 2007
he one-story house has an open floor plan enclosed in wide floor-to-ceiling sheets of glass between white steel piers and stock H-beams that anchored the glass in place. The projects developed configuration has been based on the communicative and open character of the building. The fluidity between inside- outside is highlighted in the working and reception desk zones by the gradation: outside covered outside space inside and generates openness between the street, working areas and the garden. The service areas are enclosed in stone masses containing bathroom facilities, kitchen and storage areas, while the working area is completely exposed to the outdoors. Clear glass panels create a series of lively reflections, including those of the surrounding trees, and people walking inside or outside of the house, layering them on top of one another creating ever-changing images with each step taken around it. The building is intended to be as light as possible on the land, and so it is raised the house 5 feet 3 inches off the ground, allowing only the steel columns to meet the ground and the landscape to extend past the residence. In order to accomplish this, the mullions of the windows also provide structural support for the floor slab. The ground floor of the project is thereby elevated, and wide steps slowly transcend almost effortlessly off the ground, as if they were floating up to the entrance. Along with the area where the garden is in contact with the street, all these elements form the base for the open character and the embracing image of the design.

Architecture Studio: JC SPAGNUOLO ARQUITETURA - Londrina (Brazil) Project Type: Office building Location: Londrina (Brazil) Date: August 2007

Architecture Studio: JC SPAGNUOLO ARQUITETURA - Londrina (Brazil) Project Type: Office building Location: Londrina (Brazil) Date: Aughust 2007

aving a direct access on the highway building is formed as atrium house looking on a group of trees in the middle of complex. Conditions characterized the site as a contained atrium garden, which appeared to be an ideal situation to take distance from noise of the highway. The requirements of the brief were defined by the minimum needs of a large company, indicating that if the program was built in one single volume there would be little open space; something undesirable due to the qualities of the site. The plot is divided in two parallel strips, occupying the site in its full length, and one solid block of containing monitoring room that encloses garden from one side. The distance with the neighbors is given by the local norm, which requires having 2 strips of gardens, one towards the north and the other towards the south. The interior programs of the building are organized in two bars, divided by a strip of garden of four meters of width. This scheme alternates interior and exterior spaces, which are placed in different levels of the topography, connected by elevated roof. This simple fragmentation of site and program, and the definition of different levels, produces equivalence between inside and outside spaces; parallel interior and exterior connections: encouraging a more casual life in the outdoors. The two levels of the building are built establishing a contrast between a solid podium and a light roof structure. The podium - a concrete platform which attaches the house to the irregular topography, while the roof, built in steel and concrete, connects the complex and protects from overheating.

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ADMINISTRATIVE HEADQUARTERS Idea Project


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CONCESSIONAIRE VIAOESTE

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August 2006

RESIDENTIAL HOUSE

Located in Reading, this large Victorian double house is designed with huge garden and patio area. Both units provide a large hallway, two living rooms in with period features, a classic fireplaces. In another gesture to Victorian public decorum, the arrangement of the interior spaces reinforced the antiquated ideal that work life and family life should be kept distinct. The windows both at the front and rear, visually extending that space into the front and the back yard, and, enabling views from the back yard. Though these spaces are small, they are bright and airy and seem large since they all have visual access to both windows and other interior spaces of the home.

Architecture Studio: AKHARRIS ARCHITECT Reading (England) Project Type: Residental House Location: Reading (England) Date: August 2006

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Student Work 06-08


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I have always been compelled by design. Understanding how something is built gives me a sense of pleasure and fulfillment that few other things can provide. This portfolio is quick glance into some of the work I have completed during my studies. I try to include variety of project types and different design approaches.

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he subject of project is the development of urban architectural solutions business building with trading, residential housing and culture in the future city center on the site of days Belgrades shipyard. The goal of the project is to obtain high-quality urban-architectural solutions that will get a basis for drafting the regulation plan. The concept of an object can be defined as "House in the house" where the object consists of two forms which are imbued with their morphology conflicting, but in the same time also balanced. Both forms are constructively independent units, but they have a common role in maintaining the life comfort. Bimorph outer cover is inspired by nature while internal which contains the main features of the object is octagonal. The concept is inspired by sea animal which belongs to gender Ascidiacea.Its anatomy that enables directed water flow through body, directly applies to the circu lation of air and thus sets the basis of the concept of sustainability of the building itself.

ECO TOWER
Studio Project
June 2008

THE SMART UNIT


Studio Project
November 2007

The object was designed in such a way that it can stand alone in the environment, as well as form a queue of houses when connected to other objects. It was designed as an apartment unit for persons who spend most of their time outdoors. Therefore, instead of implementing a large variety of functions, the house contains just the most basic ones. The emphasis is put on the preservation of energy through environmental protection and decrease of the expenses. Since the design itself is centered around this function, the object has a mobile roof that changes position depending on the motion of the sun, choosing the most optimal position for letting in or blocking direct sunlight. The facade has the ability of adjusting according to the present weather conditions, which also gives it an aesthetical role. The apartment unit is equipped with the appliances for harnessing solar energy as well as energy of the soil.

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PLATOE, HERCEG NOVI-MONTENEGRO


Competition
November 2007

Authors:

Mitar Mitrovic Andreja Mitrovic Nikola Nikodijevic

oncerning shape, the solution for the Mall serves the aesthetic language of broken surfaces and volumes and is woven with symbolic architectural motives which, because of the interrelation and ambient disposition, explicitly evokes metaphorical image with recognizable topographic characteristics of a highlands. The construction, by its rustic morphological membrane, manifests dualistic nature acting like coherent emanation of sea waves splashing periodically over the jagged shore of Boka Kotorska bay or like rocky precursor of the Montenegrin mountain range. Structural ground floor and platform like loft division produces an impression of a construction suspended in the air above the square, keeping the existing natural and built up ambiance from being oppressed. The vagrancy is preserved as much as making public garage and the mall allows. Certain interventions are made in the areas of less ambient value but the space is enriched with indigenous plants set on the platform so to keep view to the sea conserved. Though the object can be considered as an integral part of the environment a segment pulled out of the local topographic resume.

THE TRAIN UNIT


his train unit was designed as study vehicle that can accommodate basic working and living needs for 8 members of the research group. Organized in two floors, train is divided in 3 areas: -working area that is located in the front of the train with big panoramic windows; -sleeping area located in the back of the train with small terraces; -and service area located in between these two functions. These functions are not strictly segregated. By modifying some of the furniture, working areas can become dining room, and also room for leisure activities. By big panoramic windows ascent is given to the ever-changing scenery which the train is moving trough.

Studio Project

November 2006

FIRST FLOOR

GROUND FLOOR

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cell: e-mail: web: +381 64 15 39 886 (Serbia) nikodijevic@ymail.com www.narchwerken.net

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