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AN No misunderstandings about the previous page. Mr. Corbusier, Mr. Kahn and many other architectural gods have millions of famous sentences which could write a complete bible of architecture. Nevertheless, we live in times where architects try to present their works in the most different ways, pursuiting something that torments them every day: the creation of the unique. This portfolio is not an intent to create a new trend in what concerns to architectural portfolios, it does however, propose a different and clean look through my personal work as an architect. My name is AndrĂŠ Nave and I am from Lisbon, Portugal. I am a junior architect with 2 years of professional experience, and in this portfolio I will present a selection of my works through the academic and professional journeys of my life in the architectural universe. I graduated from the Faculty of Architecture in Lisbon in 2010. Since the early years of the university, I felt the need to see how the studios of architecture worked. That led me to short summer internships through out the years of the university, which I now find crucial to the academic life of any architect. 2008 was the year of the first abroad experience, within the Erasmus program in the Faculty of Architecture in Prague. It was definitely one of the most rewarding experiences of my life. As for the second experience abroad, this portfolio is set to be the beggining of it. My aim is to fulfill a new professional and personal experience which makes me learn and improve my role as an architect.


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A NDRร‰ N AVE Alameda da Beloura, nยบ 4 - B - 2ยบ esq. 2710-693 Sintra | PORTUGAL Contacts +351 919 616 731 andrednave@gmail.com www.andrenave.com


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Lisbon is my hometown. There, I worked as an architect and I developed several activities in areas like photography and cinema.

2013 Designs the BOX project, a new concept of tourism complex for Lisbon, based on container architeture. 2013-2011 Architectural internship at Broadway Malyan, Lisbon. 2013 Creates the brand "Onde Lisboa" ("Where Lisbon"), an on-line guide about the unknown side of the city. 2012 Writes and co-directs the documentary "The Last Voices", a film on portuguese singing traditions. 2012 Several jobs as photography assistant in film shooting.

2011 Architectural internship at Bica Arquitectos, Lisbon. 2010 Finishes the Master in Architecture at the Faculty of Architecture U.T.L., Lisbon. 2008 Erasmus year at the Faculty of Architecture C.V.U.T. in Prague. 2008 Architectural summer Arquiprojecta studio, Lisbon.

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2007 Architectural summer internship at VĂŁo Arquitectos, Lisbon. 2005 Begins the university at the Faculty of Architecture U.T.L., Lisbon.

Skills | Competences Software Autodesk AUTOCAD, Autodesk 3D MAX DESIGN & VRAY, Graphisoft ARCHICAD, Sketchup, Graphisoft ARTLANTIS STUDIO, Adobe PHOTOSHOP, INDESIGN, ILLUSTRATOR, LIGHTROOM

Languages Portuguese (native), English (written and spoken), Spanish (written and spoken), French (beginners level)


FIRST APPROACH: ACADEMIC PORTFOLIO


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SOCIAL CENTRE FOR ALL ADDICTS ANONYMOUS Lisbon, 2007

PRAGUE OLD TOWN MUSEUM

COVA DA MOURA CULTURAL CENTRE

Prague, 2008

Lisbon, 2010


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SOCIAL CENTRE FOR ALL ADDICTS ANONYMOUS Ajuda, LISBON | 2008 "SETUP". A play from the Portuguese choreographer Rui Horta was the beginning of this project. The intend was to create a conceptual object and afterwards transform it into a social centre for all addict anonymous. Regarding the concept object, a succession of parallel planes orthogonally disposed features the main program of the building, along with all the interior and exterior circulation areas. Right in the centre, the meeting room (glass room) of the community presents itself as the centralizing element of the project, with a dominant position on the building and landscape. It represents an attitude of exposure to the world and society, by opposition to the offices area, located in a less exposed level of the building. The cafeteria is designed directly to neighborhood located north of the site. A public path existing in the zone was redrawn, keeping its original use, along with the access to the new building.


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ORTOGONAL PLANES DESIGN THE CIRCULATION AREAS


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FIRST FLOOR PLAN

MAIN ATRIUM SECTION

PUBLIC PATH SECTION


VIEW FROM THE GLASS MEETING ROOM

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VIEW FROM THE PUBLIC PATH


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RESTAURANT

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EXHIBITION HALLS EXHIBITION HALLS

MUSEUM SHOP

MODEL HALL AUDITORIUM


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PRAGUE OLD TOWN MUSEUM Old Town Square, PRAGUE | 2008 The Old Town Hall in Prague was, at its time, one of the most beautiful buildings of the main square of the city. After the bombings of the Second World War, most of the Town Hall was destroyed, leaving it barely reduced to a small piece of the facade. The proposal for this project was the creation of a new museum in the square. The new building should integrate exhibiton halls, an auditorium and a special hall for a scale model of Prague. However, the existing ruin should be preserved. The Museum creates a new frontage for the Old Town Square, marking a contrast between the contemporary mass and the existing ruin. The premiss starts from a concrete block, regarding the idea of massing. Afterwards, the block is shaped to create a second square behind it. The ground floor is fully transparent, creating the idea that the block is floating, inviting the people who pass through the square to explore the new building. The museum works as a giant circuit, as the two bodies are joined by an underground level, visible from all other floors and integrating the auditorium, as well as the hall of the model.


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THE OLD TOWN SQUARE

1 EXISTING

2 MATERIAL MASSING

3 BLOCK PERMEABILITY


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SECTION | NEW SQUARE FACADE


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SITUATION

SECTION | MODEL HALL

GROUND FLOOR PLAN


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TYPICAL FLOOR PLAN

RESTAURANT | ADMINISTRATION


EXHIBITION HALL

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MAIN ATRIUM


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ADMINISTRATION

CHILDREN'S LIBRARY

LIBRARY

CIVIC CENTRE

CULTURAL CENTRE

CULTURAL CENTRE


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COVA DA MOURA CULTURAL CENTRE Cova da Moura, LISBON | 2010 The aim was to create a new equipment for Cova da Moura, a neighbourhood (in many aspects) similar to a slum in the outskirts of Lisbon. Beside the architectural project, there was the intention to create new urban and social interactions between the site and its surroundings. There was the need of a cultural and social equipment, with a library and new open space typologies. The Cultural Centre works as a new access point to the neighborhood, combining the permeability of the new intervention with the existing alleys. The project was designed as a route by 5 levels, each combining the different parts of the program. These are developped along the hillside, overlooking the surrounding area, providing a new amphi-theater for the city. Developped in 2010, this was the final project and thesis of my Master degree in Architecture, entitled "Urbanize the place occupied exclusively by poor family dwelling: a public space as new identity of Cova da Moura".

A ROUTE THROUGH 5 LEVELS


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AERIAL VIEW


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MAIN FRONTAGE OF THE CULTURAL CENTRE


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VIEW FROM THE EXHIBITON HALL


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HILLTOP SECTION | CULTURAL CENTRE PLAN


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LIBRARY SECTION & PLAN


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DETAILED SECTION OF THE

1. Lean concrete 2. Concrete footing 3. Gravel 4. Floor screed material 5. Geo-drainage 6. Small pebbles 7. Geotextile filter 8. Drainage membrane 9. Waterproofing membrane 10. Compacted ground 11. Reinforced concrete structure 12. Stone powder 13. Limestone (calรงada portuguesa) 14. High density thermal insulation (walls), t=70mm 15. High density thermal insulation (floors), t=40mm 16. Concrete floating screed 17. Wood floating floor 18. Polyethylene foam for acoustic and thermal insulation of floating wood floors 19. MDF skirting board, h=11cm

20. Plasterboard coating (t=15mm), with white waterproofing paint 21. SCHUCO AWS 50 double glaze projecting Window, aluminium frames and sill 22. Metalic profile for plasterboard ceiling hanging systems 23. Expanded Aluminium mesh - JAMES & TAYLOR, BILBAO model, t= 3mm 24. Expanded aluminium mesh anchorage system, directly to the concrete facade 26. Vapour barrier 27. High density thermal insulation (roof), t=50mm 28. Levelling layer for required falls (2%) 29. Concrete screed 30. Geotextile filter to protect waterproofing membrane 31. Zinc gutter

LIBRARY'S FACADE

32. Zinc capping for parapet 33. Interior solar protection system, through polyvinylic screen 34. TECHNAL MX MECANO glass facade system with reinforced vertical steel profiles 35. Concrete paving slabs 36. Support for paving slabs 37. Polished concrete floor 38. Pavement separation Aluminium profile, 5x10mm 39. Metalic floor track for interior plasterboard wall anchorage 40. Metalic "C" stud for plasterboard panel bolting 41. Mineral wood acoustic insulation, t= 60mm 42. Metalic railings 43. Reinforced concrete slab, t=25cm


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THE REAL APPROACH: PROFESSIONAL PORTFOLIO


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IN COLLABORATION WITH BROADWAY MALYAN Lisbon, 2011-2013

IN COLLABORATION WITH BICA ARQUITECTOS Lisbon, 2010

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HOUSING IN QUINTA DA BICUDA Cascais, LISBON | 2011 Located within the green area of Sintra-Cascais, this luxury housing complex was composed by 11 villas in a closed set. Status Under construction Tasks executed in the project: Interior conception | Licensing drawings | Construction drawings

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PRIMARK STORE Fórum Coimbra, COIMBRA | 2012 Forum Coimbra is a shopping centre designed by Broadway Malyan in Coimbra, the third major city in Portugal. Primark was to open a new store in this shopping during 2012. Status Built Tasks executed in the project: Tender design | Construction drawings


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MASTERPLAN FAZENDA RIACHO DAS OSTRAS Prado, BAHIA - BRAZIL | 2012 Located in the bahian region of Brazil, Fazenda Riacho das Ostras is a 900 hectare site with 3km of coast line. The project created a new resort of leisure and tourism, working as a new landmark for this area of Brazil. Status In progress Tasks executed in the project: Preliminary studey | Detailed design Graphic conception of proposal's brochure

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Bhartiya City DISTRICTS Bhartiya City, BANGALORE- INDIA | 2011 Bhartiya City is the single largest urban development in India, within an area of 125 acres in North Bangalore. Broadway Malyan was part of this development, designing the global masterplan and some detailed districts, most of them mixed used buildings: office towers, hotels, shopping centre and housing. Status Under construction Tasks executed in the project: Preliminary studey | Detailed design


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MELIDES HOUSE Melides, GRĂ‚NDOLA | 2011 Melides is a small town in the Vincentin Coast of Portugal, home of some of the best portuguese beaches. The refurbishment of this single family house created a new space for the holidays. The aim was to mix only two ambiences: white and larch wood. Status Built Tasks executed in the project: Construction drawings | 3d visualization


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SAMORA CORREIA PRIMARY SCHOOL Samora Correia, LISBON | 2011 In the outskirts of Lisbon, this project aimed to serve the lack of a proper school in a mostly residential neighbourhood. The school had structures for primary students, as well as a kindergarden inside. Status Built Tasks executed in the project: Preliminary study | Construction drawings


FRATALIS - PERFORMANCE ARCHITECTURE COMPETITION GUIMARAES | 2012 The Performance Architecture Competition aimed to create a series of artistic installations for the public spaces of Guimar達es, European Capital of Culture in 2012. The Fratalis project was an object which invited people to explore its interior ambiences. Once in the interior, the paradoxal idea of order and chaos was the dominant trend, working as a metaphore for the cities of nowadays. The entrance to this enigmatic space was made through two opposite faces, working as wayin and wayout of the object, structured by orthogonal boards of MDF. The route starts with a simple succession of planes (order), then becomes confuse and chaotic, hampering the progression of the visitor, representing crushed areas of a city that challenges us to discover the wayout (chaos). After the chaos, the infinite: a place where space dematerialization becomes a meeting place for our own image, through the walls (made of black acrylic glass) and the sky, as we step in the mirrored floor.

MDF STRUCTURE

WOOD BLOCKS

METALIC PLATE TO JOIN THE STRUCTURE

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BLACK ACRYLIC GLASS

BLACK ACRYLIC GLASS

MDF STRUCTURE

BLACK ACRYLIC GLASS MIRROR

THE OBJECT

THE INFINITE & THE CHAOS


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