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Architecture and Design Portfolio, Simon Frick

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  • PORTFOLIOsimon frick

  • EDUCATION

    2012-2013 self-employed collaboration with Fey Messe- und Objektdesign product design for Freudenhaus Brillen

    2010-2012 MDLab, munich, cheil worldwide, frankfurt/seoul, design, construction planning, international project management, design strategy and communication planning for interior design and refurbishment of a half-timber house, private client

    2010 diploma of architecture, technical university of munich internship peter bohn + associates, munich

    2009 victoria university of wellington, new zealand

    2008 tutorial assistant at the chair of visual arts, prof. tina haase, technical university of munich, one semester

    2007 internship leuschner-architekten, munich

    2006 internship carpenter dorfhuber, kienberg

    2005 internship installer josef plienig gmbh, munich

    2004-2010 study of architecture, technical university of munich

    2004 construction site, internship gillwald-bau gmbh, munich spanish course, barcelona, spain

    PERSONAL DATES

    first name simonlast name frick

    date of birth 19.07.1983nationality germanhome address tegernseer landstrasse 38, munich, germany

    ADDITIONAL SKILLS

    languages english spanish, intermediate french, basics software skills rhinoceros with grasshopper, vray, autocad, vector works, archicad, photoshop, indesign, illustrator, cinema4d

    hobbies skiing, climbing, music/djing, travelling

    CURRICULUMVITAE

  • UNIVERSITY PROJECTS

    SOLAR PEBBLE

  • The compact form and the irregular outline of a water-worn pebble provided the idea for this low-energy house project.

    The absence of any symmetry is one of the key factors for the intriguing shape. A plain surface cut into the cur-ved volume is covered with high performance solar cells. The structure is light, demountable and transportable in six prefabricated modules, which fit in an ISO container.

    Since there are no corners, only one single detail is requi-red for the skin. High insulation and low energy require-ments because of the ultra compact use of space also make the building well-suited for use in extreme environments such as very cold or hot regions. A challenging aspect was the design of the organic interior, which is arranged around a central full-height circulation zone with sitting-on-ly areas at the periphery. The complete project was mo-delled in 3D and plotted by a rapid prototyping machine.The project is published in the book micro architecture/stu-dio + projects by Richard Horden, Thames and Hudson, 2008

    Modular Concept

    The solar.pebble system consists of six modules which are prefabricated. They fit in a container.

    SOLAR PEBBLE

  • SOLAR PEBBLE

  • FCH 2.0A LIVING SCULPTURE

    UNIVERSITY PROJECTS

  • The idea of the `Family Compact Home` was raised because of the fu-ture need to decrease living space while keeping up a high living standard.Today many buildings use a lot of ground. The FCH only measures 4.5 metres in lenght and width with a height of 9.3 metres. Up to four people can live inside. The ground level is used for storage and the parking of a small car like a Smart.Basically, the idea of the FCH is to first imagine the tower as a massive volume and then take organic shapes out. These negative volumes build rooms. The concept is shown in first models, little blocks of PU that were perforated more and more. The FCH is an experimental, further development of Richard Horden`s Micro Compact Home. The unfinalized project is published in the book micro ar-chitecture/studio + projects by Richard Horden, Thames and Hudson, 2008

    FCH 2.0A LIVING SCULPTURE

  • FCH 2.0A LIVING SCULPTURE

  • FCH 2.0A LIVING SCULPTURE

  • UNIVERSITY PROJECTS

    UPPER MOUTERE, NEW ZEALANDWINERY

  • The project situated on the South Island of New Zealand, Upper Moutere, is inspired by the image of rocks embed-ded into the landscape. The sequence of the volumes reflects the process of wine making. Visitors can take a tour through the complex, that is partially dug into the ground. The tour ends in the cafe whose terrace is overloo-king the hills. A central pathway connects the ensemble.The envelop is covered with corten steel pa-nels. A timber diamond grid builds the struc-ture dissolving the division of wall and ceiling.

    UPPER MOUTERE, NEW ZEALANDWINERY

  • sectional perspective of the tank room with columns support-ing the roof

    7mm CORTEN STEEL PLATEEXTERIOR SKIN

    60mm CAVITY

    100mm HIGH DENSITY POLYSTYRENEINSULATION

    10mm DD PLY SHEET

    TORCH ON BITUMOUS MEMBRANEbituFLAME CAP SHEET ON bituFLAMEBASE SHEET (6mm OVERLAP OVERTHE BASE SHEET) ON bituPRIME APPLIEDTO 19mm EXTERNAL GRADE DD PLY SHEET

    35mm PLY STRUCTURAL CASSETTE MEMBER

    60mm CAVITY FOR SERVICES

    7mm CD PLY SHEET INTERNAL SKIN,EASILY REMOVABLE TO ACCESSSERVICES CAVITY AND DRILL HOLESFOR SERVICES FITTINGS WHEN NEEDED

    35mm PLY STRUCTURAL CASSETTE MEMBER

    ROOF COMPOSITION

    10mm BRACED STEEL ANGLE BRACKETFIXES BEAMS WITH M20 x 220 ENGINEERINGBOLTS, CENTRAL HOLE IN BRACE LEFTTO REDUCE WEIGHT AND ALLOW FORSERVICES

    WALL/ROOF CLADDING, 7mm CORTEN STEEL PLATEEXTERIOR SKIN, 60mm CAVITY, TORCH ON BITUMOUSWEATHERPROOF MEMBRANE

    7mm CORTEN STEEL PLATE EXTENDS ALONG THE RIDGETO LINK THE WALL/ROOF PLANES TOGETHER, THE LINESOF THE CORTEN DIAMOND PLATES ARE ETCHED INTO

    THESURFACE FOR CONTINUITY

    100mm HIGH DENSITY POLYSTYRENEINSULATION

    VAPOUR BARRIER

    10mm DD PLY SHEET

    19MM DD EXTERNAL GRADE PLY SHEET

    CASSETTE DIAMOND SHAPE 35MMSCREWED TOGETHER WITH STEEL X-BRACKETS

    MAIN BEAM 360MM X 120MM

    ALUMINIUM MOUNTING BRACKETSFIX CORTEN STEEL PLATES TOMAIN WALL STRUCTURE

    ALUMINIUM PURLINS TOSUPPORT ABOVEMOUNTING

    ALUMINIUM CAVITYBATTEN SUPPORTSPURLIN ABOVE ANDMOUNTS INTERNAL PLYSHEET

    M12 x 120 ENGINEERING BOLTSFIX THE STRUCTURAL CASSETTEFRAMES, THROUGH 10mm STEEL'x' BRACKETS

    10mm STEEL 'x' BRACKET

    STEEL JOINT BRACKET 20MMWELDED TO CONIC COLUMN PROFILE

    STEEL BRACED BASE PLATE 40MM

    75.09422.580

    axonometric view of a corner main beams jointed by steel brackets 250x350mm display of angles between beams for construction on site

    77.731

    52.502

    LONGITUDONAL SECTION 1 200

    column steel welded jointsarms have different lenghts whereas base is equal

    CASSETTE DIAMOND SHAPE 35MMSCREWED TOGETHER WITH STEEL X-BRACKETS

    JOINT REACTION TO CHANGING ANGLE OF ROOF

    WELDED STEEL CONNEC-TION 20MM THICK

    200mm CONCRETE FLOOR SLAB

    665 REINFORCING MESH

    H16 REINFORCING STEEL

    ANCHOR BOLTS CAST INTO CONCRETEFOOTING

    50mm HIGH DENSITY POLYSTYRENEUNDERFLOOR INSULATION

    DAMP PROOF MEMBRANE (DPM)

    40mm BEDDING SAND

    COMPACTED HARD CORE, 150mm ORTO SOLID BEARING

    EARTH

    STEEL PLATE 40MM

    100mm HIGH DENSITY POLYSTYRENEINSULATION

    VAPOUR BARRIER

    10mm DD PLY SHEET

    19MM DD EXTERNAL GRADE PLY SHEET

    7mm CORTEN STEEL PLATEEXTERIOR SKIN

    60mm CAVITY

    100mm HIGH DENSITY POLYSTYRENEINSULATION

    10mm DD PLY SHEET

    TORCH ON BITUMOUS MEMBRANEbituFLAME CAP SHEET ON bituFLAMEBASE SHEET (6mm OVERLAP OVERTHE BASE SHEET) ON bituPRIME APPLIEDTO 19mm EXTERNAL GRADE DD PLY SHEET

    35mm PLY STRUCTURAL CASSETTE MEMBER

    60mm CAVITY FOR SERVICES

    7mm CD PLY SHEET INTERNAL SKIN,EASILY REMOVABLE TO ACCESSSERVICES CAVITY AND DRILL HOLESFOR SERVICES FITTINGS WHEN NEEDED

    35mm PLY STRUCTURAL CASSETTE MEMBER

    ROOF COMPOSITION

    FLOOR COMPOSITION

    ANKER BOLTS CAST INTO CONCRETE

    joseph baileysian robinsonsimon frick

    winerymoutere hillsupper moutere

    arch441constructionphase1exterior envelope

    simon frickdetailspage 7 of 9

    UPPER MOUTERE, NEW ZEALANDWINERY

  • UPPER MOUTERE, NEW ZEALANDWINERY

  • ART GALLERYSUPER MARKET

    UNIVERSITY PROJECTS

  • ART GALLERYSUPER MARKET

    This project is located in Wellington, New Zealand.The design is orientated by the cuba street building code. Though, it attempts to break it. The facade facing cuba street shows few windows and expressive slabs arranged in diffe-rent angles. The building height is orientated by the existing buildings.The whole complex consists of four pieces appearing sepe-rated from outside although they are connected inside.This impression changes as soon as the observer steps into the park behind the building. A fully glazed facade shows the organs of the building, boxes spread throughout the space in all three dimensions. So the visitor moves in all directions, following the idea of a continuous space in space. The volume on the south end co