Rīdzenes Rezidence.Daudzfunkcionāla dzīvojamā un darījumu ēka.
Arona Tomariņa "RDS arhitekti" - Projekta arhitektūras daļas vadītāja (2004-2006), autoruzrauga palīgs celtniecības laikā (2005-2007)
Sadarbībā ar Miķeli Putrāmu un Lindu Krūmiņu.
Kopējā ēkas platība 17 500m2
ATKLĀTAIS KONKURSS PAR VIESNĪCAS FASĀDES RISINĀJUMU. Rīga 2005
Devīze: PRETSTATUS MEKLĒJOT
Autori: DAINIS RUDOLFS ŠMITS, ARONA TOMARIŅA, ILZE DIDRIHSONE
Projektējamās viesnīcas ēkas apmeklētājs – cilvēks, kas meklē pretstatus ierastajam – tūrists. Fasādes risinājums veidots kā stāsts par pretstatiem.
CENTER OF JURMALA VALUES
INTERNATIONAL PLENERY MEETING. Jurmala 2004
Team: ILZE DIDRIHSONE, BARBARA BULA
People are moving like grains of sand in the sandglass. Never ending movement. Only stable values ensure intellectual development of human being, which is happening in the particular period of time for any of us. Always returning to the values we already know, we are seeing them from another angle.
The grain of sand moving through the sand clock gets into different density levels:
- low density on the top;
- high density in the narrowest part of the click;
- complete freedom during free fall.
The density increases under overcoming grains of sand and the circle repeats.
The greatest value of Pils square is the lack of trees – the possibility to build without cutting down any tree.
The main fasade creates simple background for the group of trees growing in the front and does not compete with the volume of the church. The narrow entrance prepares visitor for the adventure and leads him along the main axes of the complex. The symmetry is marked by two story volumes. The linearity is underlined by wooden terace deck and Undīne sculpture resident exhibition leading visitors to the central part of the complex. Open workshops are allocated along the galleries closed in winter and open in summer. Free territory for activities closes the square space. Undīnes pasaku māja and state protected cultural monument (house) closes up the perspective view. Volumes in the protected dune zone are located above the ground on the piles to prevent damage of the landscape.
HARMONIC INERVENTION, RIGA 1
COMPETITION EURPAN 7. 2003
Team: ILZE DIDRIHSONE, ZANE KARPOVA, INGA STAKIONE, ARONA TOMARIŅA, LAURIS LAZDIŅŠ
Ares and Aphrodite
The Father and Mother of Harmony
Ares the Greek war god personifies the brutal aspects of warfare. Ares was accompanied by Demos (Terror), Phobos (Fear), eros (Strife) and Enyo (Horror). These elements of war and post-war intrusions bring destruction, dissonance and discord to both cities and societies.
Aphrodite, the goddess of beauty was the lover of Ares, the mother of Harmony. Peace and harmony can come about as a result of war. War has its aspect of honor, glory and victory if the sacrifice can be justified.
In this particular context war has left scares on the urban fabric. The consequence of war has left discord rather than resonance. The intent and concept underlying this project is to bring healing to the urban fabric that has suffered loss due to war and post-war intrusions. This project appropriates loss as public space and a new architecture in response to disharmony and fragmentation. This project attempts to compose a system that recognizes textual authority, analysis’s existing patterns and structures within the urban context and provides an intervention that brings about harmony in the place of local dissonance and discord.