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  • ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIESelected works

    Winnie Sanna Sahara Westerlund

    2015

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    Winnie Sanna Sahara Westerlund

    30 03 1986sweden

    winniewesterlund@yahoo.com+47 48349182

    c/o IndgulSeiersbjerget 15

    5003 BergenNorway

    NAME

    BIRTH

    CONTACT

  • EDUCATION

    08/2010-06/2013 I Bergen School of Architecture

    BA Architecture

    08/2014-06/2016 I Bergen School of Architecture

    MA Architecture

    08/2007-06/2009I HDK Steneby

    Wood handcraft & Furniture DesignFoundation course

    Other

    01-06/2006

    ESSPA Aix-En-ProvenceFrench language- and Art studies

    2009University of Gothenburg

    Public Space as art

    INTERNSHIP

    2013- 2014 RAUMLABOR BERLIN

    Architecture

    03/07 2010 GROTEST MARU

    Site Specific Performance Task: Props, Costumes and space de-

    sign

    01/03 2010 NICO AND THE NAVIGATORS

    Scenography assistant for Orlando , performed at Opera house in Halle

    09/12 2009 VOLKSBUHNE THEATRE BERLIN

    stage construction

    VOLONTARY ENGAGEMENT

    2011/2012NATTJAZZ

    design & interior

    Language

    SwedishEnglish, Norwegian

    French,German

    Computer

    Inddesign. Illustrator Photoshop

    Rhino, Autocad/ Vectorworks

    Microsoft Suite

    WORK

    2014/2015BERGEN NATIONAL OPERA

    Gullhanen & Don Giovanni Props departement

    06/07 2014GAMLE3HUS

    Architecture and culture preserva-tion

    08 2014- currentBIT TEATERGARASJEN

    Ticket encounter

    06/08 2011+2012ROYAL GARDEN STOCKHOLM

    Gardening / Park maintanance

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    TABLE OF CONTENT

    Climatic Chamber

    Community Living

    Nordnes Mini Urban Utopias

    In-Between-Haukeland Transitions

    ThinkThank Bergen

    Braila LabratoryProgressive Dwellings

    Raumlabor Berlin

    Furniture

    Nature/Sculpture

    Scenography

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  • CLIMATIC SHELTERp.6

    Year 2011 Instructor Espen Folger

    This assignment is about designing a climatic shelter for a small group of people to last for 6-12 months in on 400 altitude in the mountain area of Bergen

    City.

    The course focus on site analysis, cli-mate, ma

    terial use and site specific design.

    In my proposal an double wall- pneumatic structure that is brought to the site ( 100 kilo) and integrated with material to be found on the site , as stones to create a fundament and trees to fix the

    flexible structure.

    model of a burrow in the forestgensukiji, Tokyo

    light conditions of the burrowTokyo

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    Year 2012 Instructor Inga Lindstrm

    Hector Pinas (group work of 4)

    THE FISHMARKET PROJECT are housing units of different sizes with space for a small-scale fish industry and a market on the ground level. It wants to keep the har-bour- and industrial history still con-nected even though the area is turning

    to a residential one.

    COMMUNITY LIVING

    DAMSGRDSVEIEN 99, PUDDEFJORDENSNITTMODELL 1:50

    DAMSGRDSVEIEN 99, PUDDEFJORDENSNITTMODELL 1:50

  • Plan 1st floor

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    Year fall 2012 Instructors Thomas Wiesner Eli Goldstein

    Urban design course with special emphasis on development of conceptual architectural/urban design approach

    and constant creative production of varied, conceptual archi-tectural material(s) Context: Bergen,

    Nordnes peninsula

    URBAN GEARBOX/ The project Urban Gearboxes looks at the public space, so called All-

    menning, that stretches a hundred meters from sea line up to the spine of Nordnes. Each of

    this Allmenning was studied, analysed and pre-sented as simple machinery, The Gearbox.

    a self-contained spatial system, a bit like a Labyrinth, where the edges of

    its particles create borders and enclosures, in a unexpected order. Therefore one cannot

    always know how to direct through the Allmen-ning; there is the physical, visible, as well as the invisible, the Thought of (idea) -dis-

    order.(From the manual of the gearboxes)

    MINI URBAN UTOPIAS

  • Clutch from above to underaxo drawing (left)section model (righ)

    Gearbox manualdefinition of edges in a defined common ground (allmenning)

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    year spring 2013Instructors Magnus Vge Andre Fonte

    Bachelor project

    The course studies and develops Hauke-land University Hospital. The hospital is situated between a large mountain scape and the city centre - and is com-prised of multiple buildings and facul-

    ties.

    IN-BETWEEN, Haukeland Lowline, investi-gates how the tunnel system as the in-terstitial space of the diverse hospi-tal area can be enhanced by the change of light conditions and special hap-penings as new exits and public spaces

    in- and above ground.

    COMPLEX BUILDING

  • site model 1:1000

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    CLIMATIC SHELTERp.12

  • Map of the Lowline with existing and new entrances and special happenimgs

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    Research Big Boxes

    The Think Thank course is pro-founded with a research part of workspaces as

    Civic Building

    In this part of the course (group work of 4) examines examples of Big Boxes as a common workspace typology and in which grade their built structure is integrated with its urban context and if its spaces are organised in a human

    scale.

    THINKTHANK

    Foot note and drawing annotation

    Think Tank Bergen 3, Exploring peripheral ecologies of Askoy, Sotra & Kleppest Bergen Architecture School

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    Bywaters, London Tsukiji, Tokyo Smithfields Meatmarket, London

    Groupwork

    Bontelabo, Bergen-

  • Bontelabo, Bergen-

    Workspace buildings aligned with water front in Bergen and buildings with new , pub-lic program (orange)

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    Year fall 2014 Instructors Jerome Picard

    Jonathan Woodroff Eva Kun DAV

    The course looks into intensifying Ber-gen peripheries by studying business ecologies and new types of workspace that would be driving the development of

    Bergen as a metropolitan region.

    WATERMARKS PROJECT suggest that work-space conditions can happen even on- and in water instead of the land fill-ing trend that seems to happen along coastlines in the area. In the bay of Strusshamn a grid of possible worksta-tions and public paths/pontoons creates the outlines for a new master plan.

    THINKTHANK BERGEN

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    Year spring 2015 Instructors Cristian Stefanescu

    Andrea Spreafico Guillome Eckly

    The course investigates the shrinking conditions of Braila city.

    PROGRESSIVE DWELLINGS PROJECT is typol-ogy study of the specific housing and neighbourhood evolvement that happen in post socialist time. Its aims to connect the needs of individual expression and economic reconstruction that we ( group work of 2) recognised in the area in to a intervention for the neighbourhood on

    full scale ( work under process)

    Braila Labratory

  • drawing of mutated dwelling -privat house + meat smokery

    drawing of mutated dwelling -privat house + carpentry

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    For Marcus Bader, Raumlabor Berlin, With Claire Mothais

    Fall 2013

    The Fountain house is a temporary public pavilion to celebrate water as a public good and a historical and contemporary

    place that gathers people.

    The design process was proceeded during fall / winter 2013 -2014 and its was re-alised at St Catherine in Central Mon-

    treal during fall 2014

    My part of the work included everything from model work, drawing and research of how to realise a living skin on the facade where plants and funguses could

    grow.

    FOUNTAINHOUSE MONTREAL

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    fountain house projectmontreal

    unfolded facade - structure - 1:50Date: 18 march 2014 - paper: A1

    markus bader - raumlabor berlinwith claire mothais and winnie westerlundwww.raumlabor.orgmb@raumlabor.org

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    Furniture designed and built at Stenby School for Stockholm Furniture Fair in

    2009

    PUNKT belongs to someone who is often travelling but always returns to the same point. One part of the work is

    portable, the portfolio.

    PUNKT.

  • Table & Chairdesign and built, work from Steneby School 2008/2009

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    ICEFESTIVAL: mot1st price 2011, design and realistaion

    withTryggve Solls, Mira Brekke, Karin

    WOODWORK: Kvamsy2011, Implementation of a new floor in

    the ruins of the mill house

    with 3 fellow students

  • foto: Nico and the Navigators

    Orlando by Hndel2010, Opern Haus Halle

    for Oliver Proske (main scenographer),Nico and the Navigators (company)

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    CLIMATIC SHELTER