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Passion & Determination leads to success stories : Archies of Complex projects which I am really proud of My work as an architect is founded on my values and commitment to add value to all stages of the project I am working on.
Our work depends on the collaboration between everyone; clients, designers, local authorities, and anyone related to the project. We work together to provide the best quality and deliver enjoyable and sustainable places. When we do our best, we enhance the wellbeing of people and the whole community.
Wojciech Odrobina Longford
My name is Wojciech Odrobina and I am an experienced architect who has been working in this field for more than 20 years. My current position is a senior architect at ASE Design Consultants Ltd.
However; I would like to show you my whole working experience. From August 2005 to December 2013, I have worked as Senior Architect and Office Manager at A & L Consultants Ltd.
Wojciech Odrobina Carrick On Shannon
During this period, my duties were:
• Supervision of all designs and deep involvement in all the designs and drafts.
• Supervision of junior architects.
• Attendance of nearly all site meetings with clients and contractor representations.
• Organization and adjudication on various tender packages for all major elements of the construction.
I worked on many large projects during this period and my CV became too much stronger due to working at A & L Consultants Ltd. Here are most of the projects I worked on during this period.
• Harris – Dublin, 4198.55 m2 seven-floor office building with the car showroom areas at the ground floor, as an extension to the existing vehicle distribution facilities, Naas Road, Dublin.
• 45 no. Residential Units at Carrickmines 18, 2,3,4 story buildings, phase III District Heating Plant with networks in Roscommon, Ireland Woodford National School, new sports hall, extension and renovation of the existing.
• Lough Rynn, a new Leisure Centre with swimming pool and new 32 hotel rooms, 2400 sq. m.
• Ballinasloe Rugby Club, extension and modernization, 800 sq. m. Ireland
• 9 no Apartments with shopping units at Kingston Road, London Carlton Tower, modeling and visualizations, London Strokestown Community Preschool, 300 sq. m. Ireland 3.
• City West Dublin, Fortunestown phase II, 470 dwellings and crèche; 9 apartment blocks 3, 4, 5 and 6 storeys with shopping units on the ground floors along the Luas Line.
• City West Dublin, Fortunestown phase I, 122 dwellings and crèche, 82 in an apartment block and 40 houses, a mixture of 2 and 3 storeys with apartments on the top floor.
• Longford commercial units – conception.
• Lough Rynn Integrated Hotel, Golf, and Tourism project. Conversion of old Estate House and outbuildings to a 58 bedroomed Hotel (all buildings protected) (€40 million).
• Leisure & Spa Facility at Lough Rynn (€10 million).
• Conference Centre and Wedding Function facility for 300 people (€5 million).
• Golf Clubhouse 2000 sq m. (€1 million).
• Kilronan Estate, 80 bedroomed.
• Castle Hotel & Conference Centre and 110-holiday residences (€80 million).
• 267 no. Residential Units at Carrickmines Green in 2, 3, 4 & 5 story buildings with underground car parking (€96 million).
You can notice how large the projects are. Large projects are what make us more experienced. Any junior architect can work on small projects but it takes experience and responsibility to manage large ones.
Whether your project is small or large, I am looking forward to hearing from you and discussing your project.
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The purpose of architecture is to meet material needs: shelter the various activities of man. It is an art insofar as it adds some beauty to the realization of this practical purpose. The architectural monuments are different according to their purpose, technique and aesthetics.
An architectural type is an expression that describes a formal structure. The type is conceptual in nature, not objective in nature: it brings together a family of objects that have all the same essential conditions. The type has a description by which it is possible to recognize the objects that compose it. The type refers to the formal structure, we talk about types from the moment we recognize the existence of structural similarities between architectural objects.
Architecture is one of the oldest arts of civilization. Along with making tools or crafts, it often lingers as ruins long after a specific culture has disappeared. In addition, in its forms and ornaments the distinctive mark of those who devised it is imprinted, its style being representative of each town and each culture.
In general lines, the architectural works are appreciated for being:
Habitable: Useful to the daily life of the human being.
Durable: Permanent and immobile, since it is a question of buildings or spaces.
Representative: the architect’s cultural vision is contained in its forms.
Architecture serves, in general, to modify spaces and build buildings that protect us from the elements (rain, cold, heat, wind, etc.). In that sense, an architect is useful for:
Plan, design and lead the construction of buildings that house different types of human trades, from homes to factories or offices.
Plan and design the public space of cities, to beautify the urban environment, to facilitate traffic or to solve specific problems.
Diagnose and reformulate human buildings that are deteriorated to extend their life or, if necessary, to erect a new building.
Design the location of parks, squares and other forms of plant presence within the city.
Architecture can be studied and classified from numerous points of view, such as historical, cultural or functional. Broadly speaking, let’s define the following three classifications:
According to its functionality. That is, according to the task with which it is built.
Religious architecture. One whose works have worship functions, such as churches, temples, mystical monuments, etc.
Military architecture. The one that proposes buildings of strategic, tactical or defensive use, such as castles, walls, barracks, etc.
Civil architecture. The one that conceives structures and spaces for the use of ordinary citizens: from houses and buildings, to squares and civic monuments or cultural spaces (theaters, libraries, schools, etc.).
According to its construction technique. That is, according to the criteria that governs construction.
Stylistic or historical architecture. The one that connects with the tradition from which it comes and that has produced traditional, durable pieces, using inherited methods and imagery.
Popular architecture. Constructions made by the people themselves, such as artisans or people with little education, using natural materials and generally without major aspirations of greatness.
Common or vulgar architecture. That carried out by professionals of the area obeying a merely pragmatic criterion, that is, of use and functionality, without taking into account mainly an architectural tradition.