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Andrea Giusa


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Andrea Giusa Catania, Italy 09/08/1982 Italian unit 4/ 307 Glebe Point Road Glebe NSW 2037 +61 451 123 969 andreagiusa@gimail.com

I am a graduate architect, interested in both architecture and interior design. I hold a Bachelor in Architecture with honours; in 2008 I graduated with honours in the Master in Architecture Conservation, Restoration and Enhancement of Architectural and Environmental Assets with a thesis in Heritage Buildings Restoration from University Mediterranea, Reggio Calabria (Italy). I started my professional career while I was a student working on my final year thesis. As a graduate architect I was employed by the Natural Reserve and Government Department of cataloguing and documentation. Upon my arrival in Australia in 2010, I gained professional experience working for Tropman & Tropman Architects, a boutique practice in Sydney. I followed architectural and interior projects from concept through Development Applications, Construction Certificates and Contract Administration. Besides those temporary and full time jobs positions I also gained some experience as a free lance designer. In my career I have worked as a restorer, cataloguer, graduate architect of heritage and new architecture, freelance interior designer and archaeologist scuba diver. Specialties: multidisciplinary researches and tasks; architectural design; interior design; urban planning; technology; environmental design; environmental impact, archaeology, survey, cataloguing, history of architecture, history and restoration, structural design, urban law.


My portfolio includes a range of different type of projects. The aim of the following “logos� is to describe the dimension in terms of scale for each project. It is easily recognizable the type of approach thanks to the different symbols dispayed in the first page of the papers. 10 different logos starting from the concepts ending into details.


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182-186 Blue Point Road, Mc Mahons Point

Architect: Tropman & Tropman | location: Sydney AU | year: 2011 Office fitout and construction documentation.

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"The terrace at 57-61 Lower Fort Street has state historical signiď&#x192;&#x17E;cance, having been built by the Flavelle brothers, John and Henry, who were members of an important and longstanding ď&#x192;&#x17E;rm of jewellers trading in Australia, England and France. The principal house was occupied by John Flavelle, and one of the other two by his partner John Roberts, in the period aĹ&#x152;er construcĆ&#x;on. The buildings have State aestheĆ&#x;c signiď&#x192;&#x17E;cance as outstanding and rare examples of the style of townhouse found in London and Dublin at this Ć&#x;me, and retain many of their original features including joinery, ď&#x192;&#x17E;nishes and services. The houses are part of a precinct of State signiď&#x192;&#x17E;cance, and form an important visual component of the precinct as part of the streetscape of Lower Fort Street. The buildings have high research potenĆ&#x;al because of the intactness, and high local social signiď&#x192;&#x17E;cance through their long relaĆ&#x;onship with the close-knit Millers Point community".

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The ď&#x192;&#x17E;rst indicaĆ&#x;on of work on the Lower Fort Street site was an adverĆ&#x;sement that appeared in the Sydney Morning Herald on 16 March 1855. The largest of the three Houses, No 57, with its smart Ionic porĆ&#x;co at the north end of the row was the new home of John Flavelle and his family. In 1854 John Flavelle and his family had returned to Sydney from a trip to London and Paris and it is possible that he brought with him the plans for his new residence. The design of the three houses was typical of Regency/early Victorian terraces in England and Ireland. The house enjoyed those two most desirable characterisĆ&#x;cs, "prospect", a disĆ&#x;nguished appearance, and "aspect", a ď&#x192;&#x17E;ne view. The houses had four ď&#x192;&#x;oors of which the basement, like other houses on Lower Fort Street, was used to accommodate the kitchen and domesĆ&#x;c oĸces, including perhaps the servantsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; quarters. The houses made good use of their site and of the view from the back across the harbour and up the ParramaĆŠa River. The greater size, high quality ď&#x192;&#x17E;nishes and porch of No 57 were typical of the details which diÄŤerenĆ&#x;ated it from the others in the terrace. The external ď&#x192;&#x17E;nish was stucco, to resemble stone and the roofs were of slate.

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The new works currently underway are for the conservaĆ&#x;on of the heritage building and the adapĆ&#x;ve re-use of the townhouse as a residenĆ&#x;al dwelling. New access door to the front lower courtyard which is currently without access. The new access door will be hot dipped galvanised steel framed glazed in safety glass. New opening to ď&#x192;&#x;oor level of the kitchen window to allow access to the rear courtyard The side widths of the exisĆ&#x;ng windows will remain and the exisĆ&#x;ng sill will be incorporated into a step and all stone will be kept on site and intact if possible, for interpretaĆ&#x;on. The new doors will be hot dip galvanised steel framed, glazed in safety glass in Georgian proporĆ&#x;ons. Window proporĆ&#x;ons will be maintained as above sill levels New JulieĆŠe balconies on the western facade of the extension building, facing Downshire Lane, will give improved solar access and take advantage of the views to the west. The balconies and doors are proposed to be constructed in hot dipped galvanised steel. The upper secĆ&#x;on will provide solar protecĆ&#x;on, sun shading will be used in the form of external veneĆ&#x;ans or louvres. Opening two levels of balconies at the rear and providing folding glass doors and making the exisĆ&#x;ng handrail compliant. Installing sun blinds. 2TQRQUGF,WNKGVVG$CNEQPKGU

57 Lower Fort Street, Millers Point

Architect: Tropman & Tropman | location: Sydney AU | year: 2010-2012 The project consists in the conservation works and adaptive reuse of an existing terrace located in the historical Millers Point area in Sydney. The project follows the strict Council requirements and regulations regarding historical conservation and sensitively introduces new elements as part of the townhouse remodernisation. I was involved in the project from the beginning through its completion: I was responsible for the concept design, design development, Heritage and Development Application documentation and approval, Construction Certificate, project management and site surveillance. I produced sketches, site analysis, concpet design drawings, 3d rendered images, tender and design documentation including detailed design, sections, plans and elevations of built form/ architectural elements.

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49 Lower Fort Street, Millers Point

Architect: Tropman & Tropman | location: Sydney AU | year: 2012-2013 Alteration and new addition of an existing dwelling located in the historical The Rocks precinct. A characteristic of the project is the introduction of a lift for disable access, clearly visible from the sensitive community. The lift was approved by the Heritage Office and the Council and is currently under construction. I was responsible for the heritage and council approval, successful documentation for the Development Application, production of sketches, site analysis, concept design drawings, 3d rendered images, tender and design documentation including detailed design, sections, plans and elevations of built form/ architectural elements, details for construction and leasing with consultants.

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Belle Vale Apartments

Architect: Tropman & Tropman | location: Sydney AU | year: 2010 Multi unit residential concept design and 3d modelling.

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15 Karuah Road, Turramurra

Architect: Tropman & Tropman | location: Sydney AU | year: 2011-2012 Alteration and addition, design and internal layout of bathroom and kitchen, walk in pantry, dining/ living area stairwell and to the roof space, including two bedroom and a bathroom.

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Doors changed to match exist pavillion, notes window to WC, boundary walls,roof overhang

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Changed internal layout & roof. Recentred to tennis court Modified more contemporary+location change

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EXISTING TENNIS COURT

Existing timber fence to be replaced

EXISTING POOL EXISTING RESIDENCE

Existing timber fence to be replaced Existing timber retaining wall

Drain Earth fill to this area from excavation of tennis court. RL of area to be raised approx 500mm shown hatched

Proposed pavilion

Paved area

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New retaining timber walls to boundary

NEW PAVILLION PLANS - SITE

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New timber retaining walls to match existing as above

11 Pibrac Avenue, Wahroonga

Architect: Tropman & Tropman | location: Sydney AU | year: 2011 Internal alterations and additions; docuemntation and design of a ner tennis pavillion; sketch design and meetings with client.

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Doors changed to match exist pavillion, notes window to WC, boundary walls, roof overhang

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Painted boarding on rafters Site Boundary

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New concrete slab to structural engineers detail

Bench kitchen

Bathroom

New exposed painted rafter ends

Living

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Floor to ceiling tiles Mirror with cupboards recessed into wall

New glass shelves with appropriate thickness to hold storage weight above

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Lights to be selected GPO and switches for lights over. Locations indicative and in accordance with Australian Standards

Due to the heritage natu thickness of elements m site. The relationship to t upon survey information prior to construction wor The Contractor must ver dimensions & conditions Architect of any variation proceeding. Existing RL' checked on site.

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Floor timber members set down for flush floor threshold between bathroom and hallway Handles 100mm nickel finish, polished supplier 'mother of pearls and sons' TBC Brushed stainless steel kickboard TBC Reuse basins from previous bathroom new fixtures TBC

Stepless shower base 'linea quattro' or similar

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Floor and skirting to match Bedroom1. If possible reuse floor removed from bathroom area

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Install frosted glass to window Bathroom grade plasterboard to all walls

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Demolish wall and door

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Lester Tropman Architect John Tropman Architects

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Example of cabinet with Satin aluminium frame

Demolish wall and door

Glass colour: Starfire white

Floor and skirting to match Bedroom1. If possible reuse floor removed from bathroom area KEY

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Cork board

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EXFW LED dimmer

Due to the heritage nature of the buildings, position and thickness of elements may vary along the building, check on site. The relationship to the existing buildings has been based upon survey information & must be reviewed and confirmed prior to construction works. The Contractor must verify & accept responsibility for all dimensions & conditions on site & must notify the supervising Architect of any variation from supplied information before proceeding. Existing RL's are approximate only and must be checked on site.

Retain GPO Skirting to run against wall

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DOCUMENT FOR CONSTRUCTION

BEDROOM 1 SECTION FACING WINDOW SCALE 1:50@ A3

This document is copyright of Tropman & Tropman Architects. This drawing shall only be used for the purpose for which it was commissioned and must not be used, reproduced, copied or transmitted wholly or in part without written permission. Do not scale from drawings. Figured dimensions are to be checked and verified on site prior the commencement of any work making of shop drawings or fabrication of components and take precedence over scaled dimensions. Any discrepancy shall be reported to the architect prior commencement of any work.

New bathroom wall Starfire white glass panel with lift up hinge. Grey aluminium frame and handle.

Demolish wall shown dashed LED light strip dimmable Timber skirting to match rest of room painted

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Veneered plywood painted white to protect ceiling Cat5 computer cable data point

Satin Aluminium cabinet with starfire white glass & lift up hinge

Demolish opening shown dashed

Issued - Contract - Tender No Amendments

22.11.11 08.11.11 12.10.11 Date

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Cork board on trapezoid section of wall to this side only

INTERNAL ALTERATIONS PIBRAC (Lot 2/DP529948) 11 PIBRAC AVENUE, WAHROONGA NSW 2074

LED Dali dimmer circle control by Zumbtobel or similar

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Veneered plywood painted white with glass cover top

Architect:

Extent of drawers base

Architecture-Conservation-LandscapeUrban design-Interiors-Interpretation 55 Lower Fort St Sydney, NSW, 2000

Ph: 9251 3250 Fax: 9251 6109

Lester Tropman Architects Registration: 3786 John Tropman Architects Registration: 5152

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Storage shelves Skirting against (beyond) wall (beyond)

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BEDROOM 1 SECTION FACING ENTRY DOOR SCALE 1:20@ A3

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The Red Palace, King Abdulaziz Historic Centre

Architect: Tropman & Tropman | location: Riyadh, Saudi Arabia | year: 2011-2012 I was responsible for the production of sketches, site analysis, concept design drawings, 3d rendered images, tender and design documentation including detailed design, sections, plans and elevations of built form/ architectural elements, visual identity guidelines.

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ALQASR ALAHMAR Visual Identity Guidelines- December 2011

Logo recommendation External signage showing logo - Example of logo in wayfinding uses Logo recommendation

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Plinth signage

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ALQASR ALAHMAR Visual Identity Guidelines- December 2011

Location Signage- Entry plinth signage Logo recommendation Logo recommendation

Seal of Approval

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Signage Adjustable slat system

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External signage showing logo - Example of logo in wayfinding uses Logo recommendation Logo recommendation

Glazing type 7- Elevation

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Seal of Approval

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Entry Fancing and gates -Logo position Logo recommendation Logo recommendation Plan

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71 Kent Street

Millers Point, Sydney, NSW 2000

Heritage Impact Statement For Conservation and Alterations

To accompany the Section 60 Application and Development Application Documentation prepared by Tropman & Tropman Architects For submission to NSW Heritage Branch and City of Sydney Council

71 Kent Street

April 2012 REF: 1116:HIS Issue 02

Architect:Tropman Tropman & Tropman | location: Sydney AU | year: 2012 & Tropman Architects

Architecture Conservation Landscape Interiors Urban Design Interpretation 55 Lower Fort Street Sydney NSW 2000 Phone: (02) 9251 3250 Fax: (02) 9251 6109 Website: www.tropmanarchitects.com.au Email: tropman@tropmanarchitects.com.au

I was responsible for the heritage and council approval, successful documentation for the Development Application, production of sketches, site analysis, concept design drawings, 3d rendered images, tender and design documentation including detailed design, sections, plans and elevations of built form/ architectural elements, details for construction and leasing with consultants.

TROPMAN AUSTRALIA PTY LTD ABN 71 088 542 885 INCORPORATED IN NEW SOUTH WALES Lester Tropman Architects Registration: 3786 John Tropman Architects Registration: 5152

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94 Kent Street, Toxteth

Architect: Tropman & Tropman | location: Sydney AU | year: 2011-2013 I was responsible for the heritage and council approval, successful documentation for the Development Application and Construction Certificate, production of sketches, site analysis, concept design drawings, 3d rendered images, tender and design documentation including detailed design, sections, plans and elevations of built form/ architectural elements, details for construction and leasing with consultants.

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154 Victoria Street, Potts Point

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BOND TWO 24 Hickson Road : New office fit-out

Architect: Tropman & Tropman | location: Sydney AU | year: 2012 Office fitout: sketch design, heritage significance and exemption notification approval, documentation for construction.

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BOND TWO 24 Hickson Road : Recording Studio fit-out Architect: Tropman & Tropman | location: Sydney AU | year: 2013

Office fitout for a recording studio, sketch design, heritage significance and exemption notification approval, documentation for construction.

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Le Cafeier interior design consultant: Atelier VxA | location: Sydney AU | year: 2012 Le Cafeier is a new cafeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; in Balmain. It has quickly become popular within the neighbourhood for its quality, friendly staff and fresh interior design. Atelier VxA (Andrea Giusa and Valentina Colombo) was responsible for the interior layout of the area, optimising the space and creating an inviting and welcoming environment.

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Office entrance and foyer

designer: Andrea Giusa | location: Italy | year: 2009

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Barbeque and outdoor area

designer: Andrea Giusa | location: Italy | year: 2009 In Sicilian art the use of majolica has been evolved since XIX Century, mainly with gardens and rural homes decoration. Despite of the contemporary materials that could be used in the modern furniture, the use of majolica is still in vogue in rural and holiday houses; it has allowed a perfect fusion between the modern barbeque and the courtyard design and decoration of a Sicilian villa. Skills: architectural design decoration and interior design project sink and barbeque design

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Streetworks Competition

designer: Andrea Giusa, Valentina Colombo, Fleur Rees | location: Sydney, AU | year: 2011

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space 2 the sky

feature elements: flying birds, seatings and table, flower bed

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green wall space 3 the vision

feature elements: green wall art, raised plaza

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Silk Road Competition

designer: Andrea Giusa, Valentina Colombo| location: anywhere | year: 2010

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Underwater Archaeology surveyor

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section and plan of the urban context

Academic project one Master of Architecture - Restoration Graduation Thesis As a final project in my university career, I have studied a neglected and deteriorated monument, placed out of its original context because of all the urban fabric changings during the 70â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s. Nowadays the monument is composed by a series of sculptural and separated elements guarded in a warehouse in Francavilla di Sicilia. The aim of the study is the research of documents, extremely important to understand the object real consistency, where it comes from and its history, in order to propose the monument recovery, re-construction and replacement. More in general it is possible to apply the same principles to similar projects, thanks to the philological methodology applied, as well as the stone façades restoration and the walls conservation.

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In the Master thesis project a particular attention is given to the study of sculptures made during the XVII century, aiming to identify the masteries in the area. It has also made possible a drafting of an assembled survey of the monument and a detailed description of the single pieces the fountain was made of.

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After a virtual reconstruction of the monument, a numeric analysis of all the single pieces of the monument has been done; some of them were physically in the place, others were deteriorated o missing pieces. A study of the proportions and of the symbolism has been developed, too.

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the numbering of the parts

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horizontal and vertical elements

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After a virtual reconstruction of the monument, a numeric analysis of all the single pieces of the monument has been done; some of them were physically in the place, others were deteriorated o missing pieces. A study of the proportions and of the symbolism has been developed, too.

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Academic project two Palazzo Portanova, Reggio Calabria Portanova Palace in Reggio Calabria is an example of an earthquake resistant building, being conserved after the major earthquake in Messina in 1908. A particular attention, consequently, has given to a deep study of the walls and of the weavings, chemically analyzing the mortars, too. Andrea Giusa

A consolidation project and addition to the existing building have followed an overall systematic description of the cracks occurred, in order to design having a particular attention to the high seismic risk.

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the masonry and the construction technique

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The importance of recovery with traditional materials allows the maintenance of the physical-chemical characteristics of the buildings. Moreover the behaviour during the seismic event could give a positive and helpful answer related to the ancient parts that cannot compete against the mechanical and stressed characteristics they will be subject to. The result is not an indestructible architecture, but the best one that can satisfy the conservation, recover and reutilization rules. The traditional building technique, nowadays superseded by widespread use of the reinforced concrete, is in that way handed down, without any consequently modifications of the building worthiness.

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Academic project three Francavilla di Sicilia (ME) As many of the rural villages in the south of Italy, Francavilla di Sicilia could offer plenty of inspirations for the public spaces design and revisitation, mainly because of its agricultural heritage and small dimensions. The main complexity is given by the knowledge of the ancient construction techniques and the inhabitants’ way of living. The project investigates the interaction between the built-up and the landscape, through the relationships built between mankind and its work space the land, its relax space “the house”, its play and trade space “the square”, and its sacred space “the church”. At first, the skills developed regard to the physical survey of all the public spaces, the cultural survey of the customs and traditions of people and of the construction techniques useful to hand down a building abacus (usually in the past verbally coded by the main carpenter). Secondly the project has concerned about the graphical rendering of what had been previously surveyed, using software as Photoshop, Autocad, Excel, 3ds Max, to better investigate the spaces. In the end the design of the public spaces has been done giving back the historical phase, extremely important for the site. More in detail it consists of highlighting the later additions to the original project and of a re-design, consolidation project, façades restoration and the new interior design.

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Academic project four Lazzaro (Reggio Calabria)

The village of Lazzaro is situated in a particular site full of environmental resources (a relevant example is given by the survival of the â&#x20AC;&#x153;macchia mediterraneaâ&#x20AC;?, an endemic flora), also rich of history and old houses, most of the times unknown by the population of the area. These are usually resurfaced from the surrounding lands in which farm works or new buildings rising may happen.

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The discovery of an ancient roman age house between the existing buildings in the historical centre had required the heritage authority action for its protection and enhancement; in fact the project is about the construction of an urban park going around the area with the aim to protect the site and at the same time to enhance its public use.

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Selection of interiors and architectural projects

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