100 years of Bauhaus
100 years of Bauhaus
A custom made workwear merch for a design studio CAUKIN, which specializes in hands-on design experience in various countries across the globe. They spend most of their time on construction site.
A poster submitted for the open call celebrating 100 years of Bauhaus. The winners of the open call will be invited to Dessau and spend three days in Bauhuas campus. The work was supposed to explore the future of architecture in the upcoming years.
TSPA is an urban planning firm in Berlin, which participated in a planning festival. The challenge was to produce a poster that can be used as a brochure during the event and later be taken home as a poster (souvenir). Besides the poster, I have produced a visual identity for any documents, brochures and stickers during for the event.
Kazakh Society in the UK merch
Onetohundred was born as a small streetwear fashion brand that produced one-off pieces. The brand was started in university halls, while I was still studying architecture. The name onetohundred represents a standard architectural scale we use on plans, sections and any other technical documents.
Quickkonect is an app which was developed for people to quickly share their social media accounts through a bar code - something like a business card. The app founders asked me to design a merch to be gifted through give away campaign on Instagram.
10 minutes design charrette
Self-initiated project, where I approached a student Kazakh Society in Cardiff University with an idea for a t-shirt merch.
A small workshop, which I hosted between my architecture and non architecture friends, where my non-architecture friends acted as hypothetical clients for a project of their choice. The participants had to come up with a concept for the project in 10 minutes and present it in 5.
A cardboard installation made in my university years, where our group was challenged with a task of fabricating the pieces in Barcelona and transport them through our hand luggage (hence the dimensions of 23.33.35). The pieces were laser cut in a fab lab and assembled in both locations.
Finsa travelling theatre competition
A small business owner in London, who sells ceramic home wear online, approached me to design a small workspace at her home, which can be used as a normal office desk during her day job and be transformed into a small ceramic studio during the evening.
FINSA approached our university together with a travelling theatre based in Cardiff with a competition for a flat-packed travelling theatre set. The challenge was to create a modular set of elements which can be used in various ways as a set design piece or seating for the audience.
"Identity" community centre
This design for a flexible commercial space for a narrow boat in London was created during the peak of pandemic. The boat owner, who used to use it as an event hire space, needed to rethink how to accommodate a new program for his space.
This particular element of the project presents my vision for a shared space facility in a larger community centre project which was designed as a group with other students in my university.
Garden on Zhamakaeva
A landscape design project in Almaty for a private client. The project consisted of a large garden area, garage extension and several outdoor staircases.
The highlight of the garden design consisted of framing various views through arranging plants at different eye levels.
This residential building project reused a concrete frame of an existing large commercial block in the centre of Canton, a neighbourhood in Cardiff. The apartments were designed as modular clt blocks to be inserted inside the concrete frame which was spaced at 5x5 meters.
Wulkje is a local word in East Frisian culture which stands for a small cloud of cream which is formed inside a tea once the cream is added. The residential project took this element of local cultural heritage as an inspiration for the concept of the facade design.
ButeSoundStop is my final year's thesis project, where I rethink the spaces around bus stops and how they could be used as interactive transport hubs in underdeveloped areas in the city.
Food poverty can be an issue even in developed cities like London, where there are more fast food spots than anything else. The prices of a meal deal can be cheaper thank taking a bus.
his project was my proposal for introducing community kitchens across Hackney to improve healthy cooking knowledge among locals. This was proposed through speculating over the future use of petrol stations which are shutting down one by one in the UK. The kitchens would potentially open up at the abandoned petrol stations across the neighbourhood.
This research project used MAXScript as a tool for recreating Conwell's Game of Life theory in predicting the urban growth of Detroit - a city which saw a huge downfall in residential activity over the years. It was an interesting exercise to test a well-known game theory, which consisted of hand-full of rules and apply it through coding methods on an urban grid of a city.
Genius of Almaty
Genius of Ata is a small comic book which explored the feeling of sense of belonging in cities, through my personal experience while walking down the streets of Almaty.
Norman Foster Travelling Scholarship
A poster and a proposal for a travelling scholarship. The proposal was to study various examples of Garden Cities across the 5 continents and apply the findings in development of new future cities.