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CV

Alberto Provolo WORK EXPERIENCE

EDUCATION

ABOUT date of birth place of birth address nationality mail mobile

27.01.1988 Vicenza, Italy Via Lomazzo 1, Milano italian provolo.alberto@gmail.com 3496159424

qualification

Master in Interior Design December 2016, SPD Milan

08/2015 12/2016

10/2009 28/04/2013

09/2008 07/2009

Interior Design Master, Scuola Politecnica di Design

Architecture Bachelor Degree, IUAV - Architecture University of Venice

University of Design and Arts, IUAV - Visual Arts

Bachelor degree in Architecture March 2013, IUAV Venice languages

italian (mother language) english

computer skills

Apple OS X Microsoft Windows

programs

ArchiCAD ( 2D + 3D ) AutoCAD 3DS Max + VRay ( rendering) Adobe Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator (graphics)

text

Microsoft Office

09/2002 07/2008

09/2015 -today

Luigi Ferrario Studio Architettura, Milan Architecture and Design projects.

05/2014 07/2014

Studio Associato di Architettura Michieletto - Morelli, Venice. Interior Design Projects for villas in Haikou, China and other projects in Venice.

01/2014 03/2014

Ambrosi + Fucigna - AtelierArchitettura, Contrà San Paolo 15, 36100, Vicenza, Italy. Interior Design Projects for villas in Fez, Morocco.

High School diploma, Liceo Scientifico G.B.Quadri di Vicenza

03/2013

“Berlin and the Bauhaus” ProViaggiArchitettura

03/2012

“On the trace of Le Corbusier” ProViaggiArchitettura

10/2013 today

SMSDM – Team of young architects between Vicenza and Bassano. Architecture and Design competitions, Installations for 2014 Venice Carnival, Italy.

09/2012 12/2013

Arch. Abbatecola Studio, Contrà Muscheria 4, 36100, Vicenza, Italy. Restauration of Villa Valmarana-Bressan (arch. A. Palladio), Interniship.

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INDEX

SPD - Scuola Politecnica di Design di Milano IUAV - Istituto Universitario di Architettura di Venezia Author: Alberto Provolo

FRITZ HANSEN showroom prof. Diego Grandi

Interior design laboratory 2, Milano

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FRITZ HANSEN windowshop prof. Diego Grandi

Interior design laboratory 2, Milano

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VIRGIN VILLAGE prof. Francesco Messori D/DOCK

Interior design workshop, Milano

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7x7x10 SMSDM team

Interior design competition, Torbole (TN)

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ARCHITECTURE prof. Giulio Dubbini

Residential building, Mestre (VE)

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RESTORATION prof. Mario Piana

Restoration project, Villa Gazzotti-Grimani, Vicenza

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WORKSHOP 2011 prof. Diébédo Francis Kéré

Student Housing, Sacca Fisola (VE)

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WORKSHOP 2012 prof. Javier Corvalàn

Lagoon Installation, Venice

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Project 01

Milano, Fritz Hansen showroom INTERIOR DESIGN LABORATORY 2 prof. Diego Grandi

4 The concept starts with the idea of a space that can be flexible according to the settings. We divided the project into three different aspects: architectural, interior and graphic design. The first part is linked with the environment (Milano), so the atmosphere is minimal and heavy; the interior design is in contrast with the architectural part thanks to the scandinavian style that gives lightness and homey feelings to the showroom.

The last part is linked with the nordic style of the brand but also a partnership with an italian wallpaper brand Jannelli&Volpi. The strong part of the design are the cubes on the groundfloor and the black furniture on the basement, these two elements allow the space to be flexible, adaptable and mouldable thanks to the brand analysis.


1 concept 2 materials and finishing

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4 ARCHITECTURE heavyness structural minimal milano

CONCEPT

INTERIOR DESIGN lightness flexibility susteinability scandinavia

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VISUAL DESIGN graphics patterns wallpaper Jannelli&Volpi

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Terrazzo Stone brass metal

3 concrete 4 black matte metal

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oak wood Jannelli&Volpi wallpapers

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scandinavian patterns black metal

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light oak wood


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3 zoning 4 model exlpoded

A

A. mezzanine 1.

B

structure

1. office

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B. groundfloor

2.

2. entrance 3. windowshop 4. setting

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furniture

C 5.

C. basement

7. 8.

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5. settings 6. storage 7. sample boards 8. toilette


5 groundfloor exploded 6 cubes network + joints

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ceiling

wood frames

pliable structure

wood panels 6

pliable structure

mezzanine

concrete panels

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7 basement exploded 8 pivoting furniture 7

ceiling

pivoting furniture

concrete panles 8

sample boards 8


9 groundfloor_option 1 plan, scale 1:50 10/11 renders 9

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11

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12 groundfloor_ option 2 plan, scale 1:50 13/14 renders 12

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15 basement_ option 1 plan, scale 1:50 16/17 renders 15

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REST ROOM

STORAGE

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18 basement _option 2 plan, scale 1:50 19/20 renders 18

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21 mezzanine plan, scale 1:50 22/23 renders 21

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24 section A-A’, scale 1:50

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20 XII

XII

I

II

XI

ʻMAKING STATEMENTS SINCE 1872ʼ

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X

III V

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VII

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MILANO

500

25 SCULPTURAL ORIGINAL TIMELESS PURE

120

150

14 20

130

240

120

A

A

B


25 section B-B’, scale 1:50

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110 80 210 40

390

210

270

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40 A

A

160

50

B

B


Project 01

Milano, Fritz Hansen windowshop INTERIOR DESIGN LABORATORY 2 prof. Diego Grandi

16 Fritz Hansen is a danish company founded in 1872; developing a high quality design level of furnitures made by laminated wood they became leaders in the field. The mood of the brand was a celebration to wood and finest craftmenship in pure lines and light materials to forge the endless scandinavian style. The concept for the windowshop is to give a new perspective view to look at the furniture in a

different way, thanks also to the new nine colors introduced by Tal R. The structure is made by oak wood frames that creates new settings up to the windows of the store and inside there are wood panels that creates perspective view. The finishing of these panels is made by wallpaper in collaboration with an italian brand Jannelli&Volpi, developing new graphics with the new colors.


moodboard

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new perspective

new colors


materials and finishing

“SHOW THE WORLD HOW SUSTAINABILITY, QUALITY AND EXCLUSIVE DESIGN ARE ALL PART OF THE SAME SOLUTION”

1. inner metal tube 2. oak wood frame 3. brass joints 4. nut & bolt

We believe that sustainability, quality and design are all equally important. We will strive to make our activities as environmentally and socially sustainable as possible, while improving quality and design at the same time. That’s what we call “Sustainable Quality”. – extract from Fritz Hansen’s perspective on Sustainability and vision for 2020

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scandinavian style structure lightness sustainability


materials and finishing

Jannelli&Volpi_milano wallpapers cover

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“It’s important that every single colour has a story behind it that sparks associations. Therefore, each of the nine colours that I’ve chosen has its own story and lets you see the chairs in a new perspective.” Tal R


1 level 1_h.0.0 plan, scale 1:50 2 level 2_h.2.10 plan. scale 1:50 1

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3/4 elevations, scale 1:50

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REPUBLIC OF Fritz Hansen


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6/7 render_side view

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Project 03

Milano, Virgin Village INTERIOR DESIGN WORKSHOP prof. Francesco Messori D/DOCK

24 The Virgin Village is a co-working office environment for Virgin’s sub brands. It’s a big open space located inside the “Fabbrica del Vapore” in Milan. It’s a place where you can work together, where you can express your creativity freely and in a fun way, but at the same time you are linked with your collegues, so the businnes connection become stronger and you can feel to be part of the company. The main goal

is to create a Virgin state of mind by proving a co-working place for different Virgin sub brands where they have the opportunity to both work alone and in collaboration with each other. So inside there are four huts for the brands, a plaza for meetings, many islands, a zen area, some caves, a kitchen to eat, a gym to workout and also a kid’s area like in a real village!


Bubble Plan

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The Hut’s

The Plaza

The Zen

The Island

The Cave

The Kitchen

The Gym

The Children


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Plan 1 : 1 0 0

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Axo views

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THE HUT’S

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[huht]

The Huts, are the meeting points for sub Virgin brands which are designed according to their brand identity.


THE HUT’S

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Plaza

[plah-zuh, plaz-uh] 30

The Plaza is a square where all the employees can gather around and exchange ideas on their projects.


Plaza

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cave [keyv] 32

The Cave is a personal work station where you can work alone in comfort. You can lay down, have a Skype session, or concentrate well.


cave

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Äąsland [ahy-luh nd] 34

The Island is an informal meeting area where people can either relax or have a short meeting. Idea is to break rules of serious meeting.


ısland

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gym 36

[jim-ney-zee-uh m]

The Gym is a place to work out in a fun way. You can climb on the side of the hut, or do yoga.


gym

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kÄątchen

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[kich-uh n]

The Kitchen is a place to share, connect, cook together, eat together, work together. It is the heart of the Village.


kÄątchen

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zen [zen]

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The Zen is the place where you can find peace in between long work sessions.


zen

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chÄąldren

[chahyld]

The Children is the place where you know that when you bring your kids at work they will have fun.

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chÄąldren

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Project 03

Torbole TN, 7X7X10 INTERIR DESIGN COMPETITION SMSDM

7x7x10 starts with the concept that everybody live inside the suite has the possibility to play with the space according to own necessities. The setting includes a mobile furnitures to take advantage of different zone of the suite. The most important thing of the project is the bookcase , pivoting around a vertical axis, an inox frame, it allows 10 different combinations. Inside the room

there is also a pivoting table, it works both like a desk when its turned close to the bedroom, or like a lunch table when its turned to the kitchen. In the middle of the suite there’s a wall that divides the environment into two sides. The floor works with the project creating a relation with the inclined wall; three different direction of the wood on the floor play up the subdivision of the space.

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1 plan, scale 1:100 2 plan, scale 1:50

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2

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3 section A-A’, scale 1:50 4 section B-B’, scale 1:50 5 section C-C’, scale 1:50 6 section D-D’, scale 1:50

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7 axo. options 8 model exploded

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desk intersection

9 rotations 10 zoning 11 options

bookcase

daytime options

night-time options

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12/13 renders

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13

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Project 04

Mestre, Residential Housing ARCHITECTURE PLANNING prof. Giulio Dubbini

The course take on an architecture project in a caotic environemnt such as the trains station of Mestre (Ve).It’s a building that might compare with the industrial area and the railway yard at the same time, so it helps to give a new identity to the “door of the city”. For this porpouse the choise is a strong appro-

ach linked with perception, mainly focused on the materials and the colors for the new building. Through these aspects the intervention is not just a sinthesis of Mestre building and industrial typology, but also an monumental symbol of renovation that tourists coming or leaving the city can easily catch fromt the city.

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residential housing, top view general plan east side elevation

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plans, north complex section A-A’ section B-B’ 0

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20

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B-B’

A-A’

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20

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7 1 terreno di coltivo 2 geotessuto 3 pannelli stampati per stoccaggio e drenatura acqua 4 guaina impermeabilizzante e superiore guaina antiradice 5 pannelli isolanti compatti 6 barriera a vapore 7 massetto di pendenza 8 solaio in laterocemento 9 intonaco interno 10 parapetto in acciaio inox 11 copertina in pietra 12 pannello stampato per drenaggio verticale e protezione guaina 13 guaina impermeabilizzante 14 cordolo in cemento armato 15 pannello isolante idrorepellente compatto annegato nel getto 16 listello in legno per fissaggio doghe (2cm) 17 orditura metallica di ancoraggio in Aluzink 18 doghe di rivestimento di Angelim Amargoso ( 0,8 x 22 x 150cm)

7 bond’s analysis 8 render

8 1 orditura metallica di sostegno 2 pannello isolante idrorepellente (8cm) 2 giunto metallico per l’applicazione della lastra 4 lamiera forata spianata TECU CLASSIC-FLATMESH rossa (7mm) 5 orditura metallica di ancoraggio in Aluzink 6 lastra in gesso rivestito Knauf (20mm) 7 profilato metallico per ancoraggio infisso con pannello isolante compatto integrato

1 solaio in laterocemento 2 massetto in calcestruzzo alleggerito 3 materassino anticalpestio 4 pannello isolante sagomato per riscaldamento a pavimento 5 massetto di sottofondo armato con rete elettrosaldata 6 pavimento in resina colorata opaca autolivellante 7 pannello isolante in lana di vetro (8cm) 8 spider-glass (vetrocamera 35mm) 10 trave IPE120 di sostegno ai giunti per la vetrata 11 profilato metallico per ancoraggio infisso con pannello isolante compatto integrato

1 fondazione in cemento armato 2 vespaio areato in elementi prefabbricati di PVC 3 canale di areazione vespaio 4 getto di calcestruzzo con rete elettrosaldata 5 massetto in calcestruzzo alleggerito 6 pannello isolante compatto 7 pannello isolante sagomato per riscaldamento a pavimento 8 massetto di sottofondo armato con rete elettrosaldata 9 pavimentazione in resina colorata opaca autolivellante 10 pavimentazione per esterni 11 malta biocomponente elastica impermeabilizzante 12 massetto in calcestruzzo alleggerito in pendenza 13 guaina impermeabilizzante 14 getto in calcestruzzo armato con rete elettrosaldata 15 tavelloni in laterizio per formazione marciapiede 16 muriccio in blocchi di laterizio 17 magrone di fondazione 18 pannello isolante compatto 19 striscia di isolante acustico 20 blocco in vetro cellulare

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model


Project 05

Villa Gazzotti-Grimani, Vicenza RESTAURATION prof. Mario Piana

The course consists in developing a project for Villa Gazzotti-Grimani by Andrea Palladio, or part of it, that shows a sufficient recording of conservative problems specified by the teachers. The building research of its history and transformations, its solidity, its decree and instability will be documented and elaborated

55 with graphics of diagnostic summary. Thanks to these discoveries, evaluating the different operative technics and justifying the choises , the intervention’s hypothesis will be defined, with new proposals inclined to preservation of the existing building, addition of elements and essential equipment to advance the use and functionality of the artifact.

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1

photographic elevation and analysis of decay in the south facade


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photographic elevation and analysis of decay in the east side


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stairway project 7 elevation, scale 1:50 8 plan,scale 1:50 9 plan, scale 1:20 10 section A-A’ 1:20 11 section B-B’ 1:20 12 detail walling junction, scale 1:10 13 detail rising-step,scale 1:10 14 detail rising plan,scale 1:10


stairway project

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15 walkway elevation,scale 1:50 16 walkway plan,scale 1:50 17 section D-D’ 1:50 18 section C-C’ 1:50 19 detail walling junction A, scale 1:10 20 detail walling junction B, scale 1:10 21 detail rising junction, scale 1:1

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Project 07

Sacca Fisola, Student Housing WORKSHOP 2011 prof. Diébédo Francis Kéré

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Our first thought was to create a visual link between our University and Sacca Fisola and we got inspiration from Kahn’s Salk Institute. The best way we found to make this was to let Lagoon’s water to enter in Sacca Fisola with docks, pools and little canals. This action gives us the possibility to divide the area in different building lands and spaces. We began our project freely imaginating that all area was free. Our housing plan is made up of “L” modules that can be combined in different ways and each of them creates various public courts and spaces. Our modules consist in three kind of houses: one simplex made

for four students, one duplex made for six students with a terrace and the last one arranged in three levels composed by a commercial floor and a duplex divided in one-room apartments. We also included in our project a boat service, wich starts from IUAV and stops in Sacca Fisola and in Sacca San Biagio. What is more, we connected every island of this part of Giudecca with new bridges. We also thought about a promenade on Lagoon’s side. That wooden way between urban life and water is linked to the main street in Sacca Fisola and takes the shape of an eye. That’s the reason why EyeLand.


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generla plan model complex’s view distribution scheme

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type A type B type C different types of student housing in plan and section

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8 concept 9 concept 10 concept 11 photomerge 12 photomerge

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Project 08

Venice , Lagoon Installation WORKSHOP 2012 prof. Javier CorvalĂ n

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The three-weeks workshop is divided

single foothold. At the end of the last

in a first period of inspection in

week there will be an exhibition of the

Vignole’s island, S. Andrea island and

projects in which an external jury will

Certosa island, than after a complete

decree the winner group. In the third

analysis of these areas each group of

week the winning project will be built

students will develope a proposal for

in 1:1 scale from the workshop stu-

the position of a new installation on

dents that will engage all the efforts

the studied area. In the second week

that creating a reale scale structure

each group will build an installation in

involves.

1:10 scale that must be balanced in a


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project area planning scheme installation plan installation elevation photomerge in BaccĂ n

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building photo-sequence


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contact: provolo.alberto@gmail.com


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