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1 Architectural representation
MEDITATION PAVILION 2016, Iuav University of Venice 2 Architectural technology
2015, Iuav University of Venice 3 Architectural design and restoration
TALES OF PLACES
2018, Iuav University of Venice 4 Scenography design
WIDESPREAD THEATER 2015, W.A.Ve. workshop 5 Sketching
DRAWING IS THINKING
MEDITATION PAVILION Learn to see, learn to rapresent, learn to tell
Iuav University of Venice BArch, 3rd year 2016 Individual work Course Advisor Skill set
Architectural representation Emanuele Garbin AutoCAD 3D, 3DStudioMax, Adobe Photoshop
The work consists of the direct study of the Bion tomb in Altivole, Treviso, designed by the architect Carlo Scarpa in the 1970s. The part I decided to focus on is the meditation pavilion.
OVER AND UNDER Two worlds. The above and the below. Inside and outside. A thread divides them. A thread limits them. I see the limit and beyond the limit. A thread to see through. A thread to see reflection. A thread that shows, that hides, that reflects. A reflecting surface. A mirror that attracts, that concentrates, that repels.
The work developed in three phases: the direct experience and metric and photographic survey; the digital modeling; the interpretation through the identification of themes and the writing of short texts that highlight the hidden aspects of the architecture and its image.
IMAGES New points of view. Indirect visions, direct views. Real images and reflected images overlap on the surface. One denies the others. Invisible details emerge from the reflection. Impenetrable glimpses from the gaze. Symmetries of architecture and reflections. Geometries of water.
STONE HOUSE Along the wall
Iuav University of Venice BArch, 2nd year 2015 Individual work Course Advisor Skill set
South front 1:200
Architecture technology Maria Antonia Barucco AutoCAD
The work concerns the drafting of a technological detail project. A wet-type technology was chosen for this holiday home on a slope. The walls that define the house are walls covered in limestone. All the rooms, day and night, look out on the
front of the house with glass windows. The day and night rooms are characterized by the sloping ceiling, while the hallway and the covered outside are covered by a flat roof.
Giallo dâ€™Istria stone
Painted aluminum RAL 9016
Section A 1:200
Section B 1:75
TALES OF PLACES Telling stories of Venice
Iuav University of Venice MArch, 2nd year 2018 Individual work Course Advisor Skill set
The Certosa Island is located East of the city of Venice. The area is used as natural park and there are the ruins of the ancient convent, currently in a state of neglect.
Architectural composition and historical heritage Alberto Cecchetto, Maurizio Milan, Angela Squassina AutoCAD, SketchUp, Adobe Suite
The project proposes the design of a luxury hotel, a building with a museum function to tell the history of the island, and interventions that enhance the ruins. The analysis and restoration project of the ancient cloister was also carried out.
new vineyard 1:5000 new Certosa museum ancient cloister: new botanic garden archaeological site: new path new Certosa hotel
boat private hotel entrance
pedestrian entrance from public transport
HISTORICAL HERITAGE: THE CLOISTER Intervention goals Goals on the existing
Goals related to the project
RE-CREATION OF SPACE
Necessary for the public use of the cloister is the consolidation of the walls that are currently in a state of severe instability.
The objective of the restoration is also to make the masonry visible to understand the historical phases that tell the story of the cloister and in general of what is the history of the Certosa island.
The need for a coverage is given both by conservative issues and protection of the ruin, both to create a covered space for public use.
The new structure that supports the roof traces the pass of the ancient loggia and rises in height by two floors: in this way it conceptually re-creates the centrality of the cloister with the double level of loggias.
The spaces of the cloister and the archaeological area will be used as a museum-botanical garden with the aim of discovering the Venetian lagoon flora.
Cultural project: relation new-ancient Concept cloister cover project
Concept interior space project
Coverage Inserting volumes
Usable spaces Courtyard
ORIGINAL CLOISTER ELEMENTS
Analysis and restoration project
1. Photo: current situation
2. Masonry analysis
3. Plaster analysis
4. Stratifications analysis
3. Degradation analysis
6. Removal and cleaning interventions
7. Consolidation and integration interventions
8. Photomontage: project
THE NEW CLOISTER: BOTANICAL GARDEN The project aims at enhancing the remains of the ancient cloister. The new function as a botanical garden with greenhouses between the walls gives new life to the complex. The crown will be a cover designed as a suspended light structure that veils the spaces below with curtains. The peculiarity lies in the desire to
recreate the spatiality of the original inner courtyard: to do this, the pillars supporting the roof are positioned where the columns of the internal open gallery used to be. The white structure with the use of slender pillars and tie rods also recalls the sailboats moored to the Certosa dock.
Materials BRICKS WHITE PAINT CURTAINS GLASS
open courtyard greenhouse
PARENTHESIS: CERTOSA MUSEUM The exhibition building is born from the alignments given by the context: a parenthesis that separates the most urbanized area of the island from the natural and agricultural area. The project takes its inspiration from the embankments already present on the island and from the military era and also takes up
the material: an exposed concrete structure with a green roof. The entire interior space, with the exception of the service spaces, faces the context with a continuous view. The cover will be part of the park and freely accessible and will allow a new view of the island and the lagoon context.
Materials CONCRETE GLASS VEGETATION
offices exibition area
project area park cloister
1. EXISTING AXES
2. BUILDING SHAPE
3. VIEWS ON THE CONTEXT
WIDESPREAD THEATER Involving the remains
Iuav University of Venice BArch, 2nd year 2015 Team work Course W.A.Ve. workshop Advisors Paredes Pedrosa Arquitectos Skill set AutoCAD, SketchUp, Adobe Suite
The workshop proposed the scenography project for the opera â€œEl retabloâ€? by Maese Pedro by Miguel de Cervantes, inspired by the chapter XXVI of Don Quixote, accompanied by the music composed by Manuel de Falla, inside the island of Lazzareto Nuovo in Venice. In this work, attention was paid to involving the historical and cultural heritage of pre-existing architecture in the space of the scene: the Teson Grande, the powder magazines, the city walls and the archaeological remains. In the theatrical journey these are the background and context for the four sets designed.
Path plan 1:2500
Act 2 - min: 5,7 Act 5 - min: 2,5
Act 1 - min: 6,17
Act 3 - min: 2
Overture - min: 0 - 2,33
Act 4 - min: 2 Act 6 and End - min: 6,34
PALAZZO - ATTO 1
THE PALACE Act 1
TORRE - ATTO 2/5 View from above
THE TOWER Acts 2/5
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R TO View from above
THE SQUARE Act 3
Pianta Scala 1:100
PIAZZA - ATTO 3
View from above
THE LANDSCAPE Acts 4/6
Pianta Scala 1:100
PAESAGGIO - ATTO 4/6
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nta Pia 00 1:1
View from above
Side elevation Scala 1:100
DRAWING IS THINKING Freehand sketches
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I am Anna Collatuzzo, an italian Master of Architecture student. My dowry for drawing led me to choose the artistic high school in Treviso. Douring that period I understood my passion for art and architecture so I decided to continue my studies at Iuav University of Venice. In these years I have done various experiences like collaborate with architectural firms - including the one during which I worked on the executive project for the new Emergency hospital designed by Renzo
Piano Building Workshop with TAMassociati -, I took part in international workshops with famous architects, I lived an Erasmus period abroad. I also attended courses on digital software such as Photoshop, SketchUp Pro, Vray for SketchUp and Revit. I will graduate in March 2020 with a thesis regarding a project for a poetry river park and a Prosecco museum in the Unesco Prosecco area - where I was born and live - with the architect Alberto Cecchetto as supervisor.