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Portfolio Friederike Meier selected projects 2005 - 2013 application for SUPERPOOL academic projects international workshops practice experience practice experiences friederike_meier@gmx.de academic projects academic project international workshops practice experiences friederike_meier@gmx.de architectural model for the Masterthesis „Retour à la Loire“ Retour à la Loire Changes and Chances of the estuarial City of Nantes Masterthesis _five months_2011_F-Nantes Supervisor: Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Schulz-Granberg View from the existing bridge on the new waterfront academic projects academic project international workshops practice experiences friederike_meier@gmx.de The subject of the master thesis was to examine the relationship between the estuarial City Nantes (France) and the river Loire. Based on an analysis and a self-developed master plan, a proposal for a selected place was designed. I stayed in Nantes for a month with the support of a scholarship for re- search from French-German Youth Office. The results I discovered in Nan- tes are summarized in several plans, diagrams and photo-documentations. This geographical approach was the precondition to understand the de- velopment of the relation between the river and the city as a base for the following architectural conception.
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Portfolio Friederike Meier
selected projects 2005 - 2013
application for SUPERPOOL
academic projects
international workshops
practice experience practice experiences
friederike_meier@gmx.de academic projects academic project
international workshops
practice experiences
friederike_meier@gmx.dearchitectural model for the
Masterthesis „Retour à la Loire“ Retour à la Loire
Changes and Chances of the estuarial City of Nantes
Masterthesis _five months_2011_F-Nantes
Supervisor: Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Schulz-Granberg
View from the existing bridge on the new waterfront
academic projects academic project
international workshops
practice experiences
friederike_meier@gmx.deThe subject of the master thesis was to examine the relationship between
the estuarial City Nantes (France) and the river Loire. Based on an analysis
and a self-developed master plan, a proposal for a selected place was
designed.
I stayed in Nantes for a month with the support of a scholarship for re-
search from French-German Youth Office. The results I discovered in Nan-
tes are summarized in several plans, diagrams and photo-documentations.
This geographical approach was the precondition to understand the de-
velopment of the relation between the river and the city as a base for the
following architectural conception.
water-land-morpholgy in 150 years documentation of types of water‘s edge
Public space on the water: documentation of bridges Public space at the water: documentation of river-banks Master Plan Loire
The first part of the thesis is conceptualized on city-scale. After determining
the main aim „Revitalizing the relationship between the city and the
river“ and its main strategies, a catalogue of measures was created and
the Master Plan Loire was drawn. The measures are acting on physical and
psychological levels.
The Four-Phase Model provides a tool to analyze the present status and to
determine what the organizational control points and interventions are to
improve the city-river-relation.
Main Strategies
1. Extending the public space from
the city to the river -
creating public waterspaces
2. Adding functions to the river to
increase its value for the inhabitants
3. Using the river as a connecting
element, not as a barrier
Four-Phase Model
1. status quo 2. conception 3. implementation 4. monitoring
academic projects academic project
international workshops
practice experiences
friederike_meier@gmx.de Public Waterspace Nantes
Section through the stairways to the ferryboat-stop
The second part of the proposal is a design-proposal on a smaller scale.
The quay-side of the city is selected to make an example by considering
the Master Plan Loire as well as the urban situation and today‘s use of the
public space in Nantes.
The existing parking-space on the industrial quay-side is removed to create
a smaller proportioned public waterspace. The edge of the quay is pulled
down along the street-axes, the axes are extended on the water by using
swimming pontoons.
The shape of the pontoons is affected by the water-streamline. The
pontoons offer walkways and isles to stay. Location and height of
the pontoons are fixed on stilts. At low tide, the pontoons are creating a
three-dimensional foating waterscape, at high tide the scape is flat.
View from the remaining quay-edge
Floating Waterscape at high tide ≤ 6,55 m
Floating Waterscape at low tide ≥ 0,35 m the last house - villa in Basel
design-study_four weeks_2008_ch-Basel
Supervisors: Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Bühler (msa)
Prof. Luca Selva (FHNW Basel)
Visualization of the villa
academic projects academic project
international workshops
practice experiences
friederike_meier@gmx.deA well-off couple wants to build their last house in Basel. Collecting African
masks is their passion which they want to share with guests.
Instead of proposing conventional rooms, fowing, functionally defned
spatial sequences are created by the smoothly separating ramps, stairs
and atriums. Every interior space has a strong interaction with a certain
outside area. Spaces with different private and public qualities are inter-
connected by the exhibition of masks along an endless loop, made of
reinforced concrete.
evolution of the exhibiton loop
level +1
level 0
private - public inside - outside accessibility exhibition
level -1 Programming Mogilskie-Roundabout
design-study_four weeks_2008_PL-Krakow
in collaboration with: M. Schlüter
Supervisors: Prof. W. Bulinski (Polytechnika Krakówska)
Prof. h.c. Dipl.-Ing. H. Bühler (münster school of architecture)
View from the inside of the roundabout
academic projects academic project
international workshops
practice experiences
friederike_meier@gmx.de

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