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Architect ir. D.D. Lembekker //May 2010

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Picture front: still from movie “ underLINE “
directed by Grady Gerbracht and Claudia Vieir,
Brooklyn Arts Council International Film Festival,
NY 2008

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Contents of the Portfolio
Curriculum Vitae //5

Vision behind my architecture //7

Competition A house in Luanda //9

Researchlab Jaarbeursterrein Utrecht / Amsterdam & Utrecht, The Netherlands //13



Competition Arquitectum 2009: Le Rouge Voilé - New Moulin Rouge Dance School / Paris, France //25

Graduation Project Border Conditions NY: ExCiTe Hunterspoint / New York, USA //29

International Biënale Rotterdam 2007 : Indesem: The Legacy 2007 / Rotterdam, The Netherlands //43

Project Villa #2 / Cueta, Spain //47

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Architect Ir. Dion Danyanto Lembekker
Address J.P. Sweelinckstraat 41 1443 MB Purmerend Curriculum Vitae
Date of Birth 10th of February 1983
Nationality Dutch
Official title Msc Architect Ir SBA regnr. 1.090715.003

Architectural relevant experience Awards

1/2010 - now Competition MAMA: Reclaiming the street, ACA09 2007 First Prize International Biënale Rotterdam:
- Design for an urban skate element Indesem: The Legacy 2007/
4/2010 - 5/2010 Competition A house in Luanda, ACA09 TU Delft, The Netherlands
- Making the visualisation for this project
3/2010 - now Architect at na-ma architecture, Amsterdam Skills CAD: AutoCAD, Arkey, Rhincoceros, Sketchup
- Working on design and research Graphics: Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, Indesign, V-ray, Artlantis
10/2009 - 1/2010 Researcher at Research Lab, NWA + Atelier Rijksbouwmeester Productivity: Microsoft Word, Excel, Powerpoint etc.
- Jaarbeursterrein, Utrecht, The Netherlands
9/2009 - 10/2009 Competition Groenbeton 2009 Amsterdam, ACA09 Non-architectural relavant experience
6/2009 - 8/2009 Competition Arquitectum 2009 Paris, ACA09
- Danceschool Le Moulin Rouge / Paris, France
6/2007 - 9/2007 Internship, Venhoeven CS, Amsterdam 1/2010 - now Host at Holland Casino, Amsterdam
- National swimmingpool Ypenburg / Ypenburg, The Netherlands - Host for guests of the Holland Casino
- Sportcentre Katwijk/ Katwijk, The Netherlands
6/2005 - 6/2006 Salesman Fashion, Peek&Cloppenburg, Amsterdam
9/2003 - 2/2004 Internship, HM Architekten, Amsterdam
- Selling, fashion advisor and tailor
- Renovation studenthousing Prinsengracht / Amsterdam, The Netherlands
6/2002 - now Steward, Amsterdam Arena, Amsterdam
Education - Host for guests of the Arena during events

9/2004 - 6/2009 Master of Science in Architecture, TU Delft, The Netherlands


Languages Dutch, English, Spanish and German
- Graduation Project Border Conditions NY: ExCiTe Hunterspoint / New York, USA
Interests Travelling, photography, art and music
- Project Museum IJburg / Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Website http://aca09architecture.jimdo.com
9/2000 - 6/2004 Bachelor Building Technology, HvA Amsterdam, The Netherlands

- Graduation Project Bijlmermeer / Amsterdam, The Netherlands
9/2006 - 2/2007 Exchange study in Valéncià, UPV, Spain
- Project Community House Malva Rosa / Valéncià, Spain
- Villa #2 / Cueta, Marocco
- Villa #1 / no site
9/2003 - 2/2004 Exchange study in Aberdeen, Robert Gordon University, Scotland

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Vision behind my architecture
“ For creating my architecture I do always start with researches based on

sociological relationships between users, environment and design.


These researches are the base of my architecture to eventually end up with the
architecture I do create. This architecture is an environment where the users of
this architecture still the possibilty have to be free. So called I give back the
freedom to improvise and to give the possibility to make their
own choice how to deal with this environement.

I do notate that as improvisation possibility for the user.

With this I want achieve with this architecture to return the awareness
of the users about their environment. Being critical about the present situation
of nowadays where they: people / human/ citizens / users are exposed to the
increasing amount of imposed on wills on’influences. I would like to give them
these awarenesses who and what they are back. ”

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Project A house in Luanda, Angola
Amsterdam, The Netherlands 2010

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View Garden View

Patio / Living View Garden View

on 1/50 Bird Eye Garden Elevation 1/50 //10


Statement of Purpose.

We see this competition, as an opportunity to rediscover Angolan architecture and equally the chance to unveil current human settlements.
The urban slums have often been detached from the architecture practice.
In that sense we questioned our role as aesthetic drafters and reposition ourselves more as thoughtful observers, gathering all relevant infor-
mation in a plan and managing the project a posteriori. We are interested in generating other ways of working and in generating new ideas
for eventual projects. Therefore we propose to design a fl exible system, rather then the traditional approach to architecture projects.
The slum dweller takes an active role in the process of building his own house.

What is Angolan identity?

The 30 years civil war accelerated the rural exodus to Luanda.


The lack of infrastructures resulted in the invention of survival strategies.
Angolan are resourceful, spending their day selling what they can, buying and storing brick by brick until they have enough to build their own
house. We could say that the Angolan subsistence economy and the total inexistence of new houses,
created the urban slums. According to the UN -habitat estimation from 2003, between 81-100 % of the houses in Angola are slums, one of
the highest in Africa.

How to incorporate the Angolan reality in our design proposal?

There is an insuffi ciency of information concerning Angolan history and traditions, due to the war.
We propose to return to ancient African architecture, textiles, scripts, art, and music references, to identify certain common denominators.
One signifi cant denominator is the fractal quality present in African architecture, a unique characteristic observed by several ethno-mathema-
ticians. The ability to observe and reproduce patterns, both numeral and geometrical, is of great importance in Africa, and is still very much
embedded in all their art manifestations.

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Background War From the countryside
to Luanda
Lack of Infrastructures Surviving Strategies Subsistance Economy
Self - Construction

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Fractals
Textiles
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Return and get it Learn from the past
Knowledge
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Music

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Researchlab Jaarbeursterrein Utrecht
Amsterdam & Utrecht, The Netherlands 2009

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architecture and urbanism issues of nowadays. With the aim of developing experiments and
researches for issues of which most of the offices don’t have the occasion for it .
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Competition Arquitectum 2009: Le Rouge Voilé - New Moulin Rouge Dance School
Paris, France 2009

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Moulin Rouge Cabaret
82, Boulevard Clichy
Paris

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// Functional section / section of the interaction of the danceschool with the museum // Scheme / scheme of the circulation of the ramp

Temptation, history and entertainment are the keywords of the Moulin Rouge which was used to be. The new Moulin
Rouge will contain these elements even more and better. Both during day and night.
The design for the new Moulin Rouge and dance school is based on to work each other, physically and mentally. There will
be a scenario for during the day and one for the night.

Day scenario is based on the secret, history and temptation of the building by telling the story of the Moulin Rouge of the
past with a route right through the building. You will see the history of the dancers, the rise of the Moulin Rouge through
time till now by taking the loop up towards the roof. Meanwhile people will catch a blimp of the dancers of today to catch
the feeling of real heart of the Moulin Rouge. Past and present of the Moulin Rouge will meet each other here.

During night the original windmill of the past will show up behind the curtain of today to attract people to come to this
place to experience the entertainment the Moulin Rouge can offer. From far the Moulin Rouge will be seen by the light
the building will shine.. When you enter the building you will be gently guide to the auditorium to experience the warmth,
exotic and tempting world the Moulin Rouge will give.

Welcome to the new Moulin Rouge!!!


// Impression interior / ramp of the museum

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Project ExCiTe Ferryterminal Hunterspoint
Hunterspoint New York, NY, 2007 - 2009

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This project for Studio Border Conditions is fo-
cused on the area of New York. The research
started with a fascination you want to research
about. Mine was the underground scene in
New York. But instead of taking the contex of
the underground scene in the art scene or mu-
sic scene I took this literally by going
underground, to the New York Subway
stations.

In these areas happens streetperformances


done by artists who are expressing their art to
the public. Art expressions like dance, music or
just entertainment performances. These
performances are based on temporary time,
unexpected and suprise and done on locations
which are not really made to perform. But just
because of these elements of suprise of these
performances they are creating a
transformation of space they are happening.

My research is focussing on the architectural


and sociological elements of these perfor-
mances mainly what this transformation is and
the effect on the area and on the people.
For this project this research will be done by
making mappings to be nally the base and
inspiration for the development of a building.

// Mapping / map of all subway connections with their stations in


Manhattan, Long Island and Brooklyn

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Times square
h 1114 day 1
terminal space
Mapping proces

// Guitar and violin performance situated on a platform at the Time Square Subway station

After analyzing different


performances I decided to
study one performance in de-
tail. So I decided to study the
performance of a guitar player
with a violin player.

I have been looking at the


trajectories of the audience
during the performance and
how they went and added the
factor time. By inserting this
factor the route/trajectory of
the audience became a path
based on time where increas-
ing and decreasing of speed
was present. This increasing
and decreasing of speed do I
notate as ‘rhythm’.

// Trajectories and positions on platform // Domains of circulation versus // 3d mass model of the
of people during performance domains of improvisation trajectories of people
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The rhythm of this performance I got by making an ‘mapping’ (analyze) of the audiences’
behavior during this performance.

I notated their location, their trajectories and dierences between where they started and
where they end, all during a certain period of 46 frames of 0.5 seconds. With this information
I made a diagram of this information which ended up in a ‘structure’ of rhythms during time.
This structure naly showed the basic structure for the design. This structure is notated as
rhythm in time (transitions, increasing of speed, decreasing of speed) The structure which I
finally got is a structure of peoples behavior disturbed by the performance and a structure of
peoples behavior without any disturbing by the performance.

After doing this I finally got a structure which shows the transformation of the space by
the performance. Which I used for the design of the building. For developing the reasearch
procudure towards had I chosen to use the structure for a function which expressed the
riged structure of traveling and a function which contains the elements being the opposit of
it.I ended up in the function of a ferryterminal which contains spaces for art.

EXHIBTION VERSUS TERMINAL /// ExCiTé NY


// diagram / Peoples behavior disturbed by performance versus behavior which is not disturbed by performance

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The next step to continue with the diagrams I deformed the structure of the normal sequential develop- DIAGRAM OF RHYTHMS of the performance

ment of a transition by the improvisation. The deformation is done on a grid system of the frames versus
distance towards the performance. This grid represents this sequential development of the performance.
With this deformation or deconstruction of the sequential development I gained three parameters.
These parameters are three rhythms which are coming out of the interaction (the transformation of the
space during the performance).
entrance

For the final step I took these three rhythms and merged them into one diagram which shows an abstract entrance

interpretation of the transformation by the performance. I called this interpretation the diagram of rhythms terminal /

of the performance. parking

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RHYTHM # 1_ connectivity flows of indiv (expo) RHYTHM # 2_ transit / place isolated spaces = transit stimulated spaces RHYTHM # 3_ individual/collective (functions)
(gaps/closed) awareness spaces = connection with outside
flows of collective (terminal)

parameter #1: parameter #2: Parameter #3:


Rhythm of connectivity Rhythm of the character of the transition Rhythm of the impact on the transition
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The location for the building will be situated at
the riverside of Long Island, Hunterspoint.

The area of Hunterspoint is nowadays a


deserted and desolated area where almost no
development is. The area used to be a high
industrial area where small but high industrial
factories where operating. During time the
area became more abandoned and need now
aeconomical injection of new investments to
grow and develop.

// Photo / Areal picture of Hunterspoint

The mapping for the project is based on transition- Transformation of the area
al flows gained from the research about the 3
transitional versus improvised. To cope with this I
will make a ferry terminal. The building will contain 4
these transitional flows and is able to connect with
the areas condition.
1
The areas condition contains five interesting places 2
to connect with the terminal and Manhattan.
One place is the trainstation (1) which is ending
in this area. The other is the leisure area of sport
facilities with park (2). The third interesting place
is upcoming economic centre (3). The fourth place
is the Long Island highway (4) which is going here
under the river. And the last place is huge deserted
space of nothing but sand, grass and mud (5).
// Render / Areal image of the site
These five places will be connected by the terminal
with Manhattan to have a good intensive
connection. A connection which can attract
Present sitation of the site Future sitation of the site
investments, visitors and tourists to this area.

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DIAGRAM OF RHYTHMS of the performance

1. diagram of 2. diagram of knots


rhythm of the
entrance performance
entrance

knot #7 knot #1

terminal /
parking

knot #8 knot #4
terminal /
parking

terminal /
parking
knot #3
knot #5

entrance

knot #2
entrance
knot #6

entrance knot #9

entrance

RHYTHM # 1_ connectivity flows of indiv (expo) RHYTHM # 2_ transit / place isolated spaces = transit stimulated spaces RHYTHM # 3_ individual/collective (functions)
(gaps/closed) awareness spaces = connection with outside
flows of collective (terminal)

3. diagram of knots 4. physical model


aplied to site
entrance

entrance from diagram


parking space entrance

entrance
to tube
ferryplatform expo
entrance

lobby entrance
bus taxi platform entrance

expo entrance

expo
entrance
restaurant

entrance

5. section model of 6. deconstructed The development from the structure towards the nal design of the terminal was
tubes model tube model based on certain steps. I made a diagram of the dierent rhythms of the structure
and made him 3d. I implemented functions and tried to create a landscape /
cityscape which provide the possibilities to use the terminal as it should be, (rigid /
fast / no identity) by giving opportunities to improvise with art exhibitions (improvi-
sition / delayed / identity based) on the terminal’ structure.

The building is made of concrete which made the smoothness for the terminal
disturbed by the exhibitionspaces.

7. folded strip 8. revised folded


model strips model

9. revised folded 10. nish revised


strips model folded strips
model

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// Drawing / horizontal section of main floor

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rooflight

void panorama
deck
panorama
deck

rooflight

rooflight sec a_5

void

void

void

sec a_4

sec a_3
exhibition
space

rooflight rooflight

exhibition exhibition exhibition exhibition exhibition Passage


space corridor space space space

sec a_2
rooflight
fragment

void

exhibition
exhibition space
space
void

rooflight

sec a_1

toilets

Plan first floor/ TOPVIEW


scale 1 : 200 (PLAN) / model x_60 / 29 06 09
art storages office
facilities office
// Drawing / horizontal section of first floor
void

Project Ex Ci Te Hunterspoint /// NY


Border Conditions NY 2007-2009 / Dion Lembekker, TU Delft //37
// Section / short vertical section

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Project Ex Ci Te Hunterspoint /// NY Research on site
Border Conditions NY 2007-2009 / Dion Lembekker, TU Delft 25 05 09

// Drawing / short and long vertical section

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View from above

2.

1 Construction of the slab Mulion


- 400mm steel trusses / 200mm and 100mm Scale 1:5
support tubes. - 100mm beam, steel. provided with pins of
1.
-640 mm reinforced concrete, waterproof thread bolt.
-2 x 30 mm EPS insulation - prefab concrete block, provided with shear
-50 mm finishing layer; shotcrete connectors.
2 Construction of glazed part - EPS insulation
- 400mm steel trusses / 200mm and 100mm - 50 mm finishing layer; shotcrete.
support beams.
- intervening profile, steel, provided with
spider system.
to support mulions and fasten glazing
- 8 - 16 - 21 mm glass

Project Ex Ci Te Hunterspoint /// NY Detailed fragment 1 : 10


Border Conditions NY 2007-2009 / Dion Lembekker, TU Delft Final Presentation 29 06 09

View from the front // Construction / detail of the window

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// Render / impression of the exhibitionspaces - transit zone

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Indese
The Le
International Bienale Rotterdam 2007 : Indesem: The Legacy
Delft, The Netherlands, 2007

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Indesem 2007 was focused on the issue
of the future. Mainly on the what architects
from nowadays will leave behind for the
next generation.

To give answer to this question several stu-


dents from all over the world were invited
to embody this question and try to give an
aswer.
The results would be presented in the
shape of billboards during the First Interna-
tional Bienale of Rotterdam.

The assignment was divided in several


locations in Rotterdam. We had to make an
image/ view for this location how this view
would be over sixty years on that specific
location. To win a location you had to
billboard #1 billboard on loation compete against other groups.

For the three locations we made an vision


and image we won two locations.

billboard on loation

billboard #2 //45
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Project Villa #2
Cueta, Spain, 2007

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Cuet a, an interesting area at the border of Spain with Marocco. An area which is
characterized as being open, dry, sandy and hilly.
This study or design for a villa was focused on the possibilities of private space and
public space. Spaces which are clashing into eachother within one building.

How to deal with this info plus the openess of the area?

night - public space night - private space

day - private space day - public space

=
Observation possibility Private space possibility
from everywhere

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First floor

Context Main floor

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