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  • PortfolioIng. Arch. Milo Gumulk

  • curriculum vitae

  • ing. arch. Milo Gumulk Zborskho 4, 058 01 Poprad, Slovakia +421 944 556 660 milos.gumulak@gmail.com

    profil 8. 3. 1986 nationality: slovak

    education 2005 2011 Slovak Technical University Bratislava, Slovakia, Faculty of architecture 2001 2005 Grammar School Ulica Kukunova, Poprad, Slovakia curses 2009 Language centre STU, Bratislava, Slovakia course of English 2004 2005 Elementary art school, Poprad, Slovakia drawing course 2003 2004 Akadmia vzdelvania, Poprad, Slovakia course of English

    work 2010 - 2012 Partners Group SK financial advisor summer 2007 2009 architecture office Arkda, Poprad, Slovakia

    languages english fluent, german basic, spanish basic

    skills Revit Architecture advanced, AutoCAD expert, ArchiCAD moderate advanced, Rhinoceros/V-ray advanced, Google SketchUp/V-ray advanced, Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator advanced, Adobe InDesign moderate advanced

    interests art, architecture, history, photography, sketching, literature, travelling, music, sports: volleyball, football, judo

  • workshop Petralka

    Calvary, Domania

    Memorial monument, Slavn

    Why?Nory

    Pavillion, Kollrovo square

    Gap site, Gorkho street

    Muzeum of vulcanoes, Lanzarote

    UrbaBarSeat

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  • remix Petrzalka

    international architectural workshopteamleaders: Joep Van Der Veen, Tomas Ooms

    summer 2008

  • orginal qualities energy

  • energy collections connections

  • earthquake surface shaping

  • Expresion

  • Calvary Domaniza

    Architectural design - Restoration of Monumentscooperation with Petra Hagarov

    3th year of study 2009/2010

    Church in Domania, near Povask Bystrica, Slovakia is a place of pil-grimage. A local priest wants to support this place by creating a Cal-vary to attract more pilgrims. So our Calvary is mainly for pilgrims who want to go through the Christ Way of the Cross. The small Way of the Cross, from rectory to the church, is mostly for local people.

  • Calvary

    Church

    Way of the Cross

    Rectory

  • View to church with calvary

  • I: Jesus is condemned to deathThe first station expresses Jesushumility by quotations from the Bible,

    where He humbly accepts his fate. This fact is trying to make a symbol of kneeling figures making up the holes of wooden screens.

  • VIII: Jesus consoles the women of JerusalemThis station is located below the ground, while from the ceiling through the roof cuts of tears rays light - tears of sun, showing the women weeping over Jesus suffering, but also a symbolic cry of light the cry of God.

  • XI: Jesus is nailed to the crossThe station is constructed with a wooden screen, behind it, there is an el-evated platform from which a crack in the shape of a cross begins. This

    cross represents the crucifixion act.

  • Memorial monument, Slavn

    artwork in architecture4th year of study

    2008/2009

    Slavn is a memorial monument and military cemetery in Bratis-lava, the capital of Slovakia. It is the burial ground of thousands of Soviet Army soldiers who fell during World War II while liber-ating the city in April 1945. Goal of the subject Artwork in Architecture was to redesign the existing monument and cemetery.

  • graves of unknown soldiers

    ancov street

    graves of identified soldiers

    castle, SNP bridge

  • Memories, Light at the end of tunnel (tower), Garden of Eden, these are few terms connected with dying, death and afterlife. Forms of these parts of memorial were created by deforming

    symbols: Jewish star, Swastika, Slovak double cross.

    TowerGarden of EdenPlace of Memories

  • Place of Memories

  • Garden of Eden

  • Why?Nory

    Urban planningcooperation with Petra Hagarov

    5th year of study 2009/2010

    Vajnory, part of the city Bratislava, are known as a wine region with the Smallcarpathian Wine Route. In our design it reflects in the creation of the promenade over the wine cellar and wine shops and also in the structure of urban planning.

  • inspiration by grapes(its a wine region)

    abstracted shape and form of the grapes in

    urban structure

  • traditional ruralarchitecture

    common urban architecture

    combination of these two architectures

  • Promenade over wine cellar and wine shops

  • Pavilion Kollrovo square

    Tectonics in architecture5th year of study

    2009/2010

    Kollarovo square in Bratislava is in a dilapidated condition and needs a re-construction. In one corner, there is a smelly public toilet not in a good condition. And on the other side, there is a new office building, which brings nothing positive to the public space. New pavilion responds to the movement of pedestrians and in the inter-section of main movements creates valuable public spaces for culture, free time and coffee breaks.

  • Level 1

    Toilets

    Amphitheater

    Exhibit erea

    Caffee

    Plazza

    a Summer Reading Room

  • Elevation east

  • Section

  • Elevation north

  • Plazza

    Elevation west

  • Elevation south

    Amphitheater

  • Architectural design5th year of study

    2009/2010

    Gap site, Gorkho street

    The building is located near the town centre of Bratislava, Slovak republic. Near is a his-toric theatre of Pavol Orszgh Hviezdoslav. I want to reflect the relationship between the building and the theatre through a glazed facade with reflective glazing.

    Gorkho street

    Laurinsk street

    Radnin street

    theatre

  • 11:30 13:30 final

    Basic mass of the building is based on a solar shell, which is a ficti-tious and spatial regulative defining the maximum of a building volume, which does not prevent access to direct sunlight around in your chosen timeframe.

  • View fromLaurinska street

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  • Atrium

  • Elevation north Elevation south

    Atrium

  • Diploma project6th year of study

    2010/2011

    Museum of vulcanoes, Lanzarote

    Island Lanzarote is a Spanish island, the easternmost of the autonomous Canary Islands, in the Atlantic Ocean, approxi-mately 125 km off the coast of Africa. A museum is located in the National park Tymanfaya, which was created by volcanic eruptions. So the national park is an open book of geology and volcanology.

  • The main scope of the museum is volcanoes and its two ways of presenting them. The first part of the museum is located below the ground; this is the information sec-tion of exhibition. The second is in a look-out, from which there is a beautiful view of the national park with its volcanoes.

  • Level 1

  • Section

    Rest area with photovoltaic panels

  • Elevation northwest

    Main lobby

  • public anonymous competitioncooperation with Natalia tefnkov

    2012

    UrbanBarSeat

    Flood wall, built on the Danube riverside, fulfills its function, but when you sit on the bench, you dont see water, but flood wall. So non-profit organization PUNKT has organized a competition, which goal was to design an observation bench.The proposed bench is a bar type, located in the flood wall. The long promenade has a regular rhythm, consisting of existing benches and lamps. The current rhythm, which is functional but boring, we wanted to incorporate with color and irregularity.

  • Section

  • Variability of seating

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