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TETRIS HOUSE Architecture design laboratory I | 2014-2015

TAPESTRY Urbanplanning design laboratory I | 2015

THE LOGGIA MUSEUM Architecture design laboratory II | 2015-2016

THE FLOATING HOSTEL Construction science laboratory II | 2016

VIGANO’S APARTAMENT Theory of characters and type of buildings| 2015

THE PLAN by LAB Product of design | Atmosphere 2016


FAVARACRAFT Urbanplanning workshop| 2017

BACK TO ITAQUERA Projectlang Urbanplannung | 2016

DAS RAMP Projectlang Baukostruktion | 2017

SILOS Interiors laboratory | 2018

MODERN BASILICA Architectural design studio | 2018/2019

DRAWINGS Personal skills | 2012 - today

SKETCHES Architecture rapresentation| 2015 - today


THE TETRIS HOUSE The concept is inspired by The Fisher Huouse of Louis Kahn. Each house comprises a number of blocks that are simply placed next to each other or piled on top of each other. Residents can place elements such as bathrooms or kitchens wherever they want. The blocks have a steel structure, as well as steel strips on their faรงades to which things like balconies and shutters can be attached. Once the configuration of blocks has been decided upon, Universe says it expects houses to remain static for the most part. If required though, the blocks can be moved around and slotted back together in a different order without too much difficulty using a crane. A typical Tetris House measures 75 sq m , but given the modular nature that can be increased as requireddue to the simplicity of the modular system. TYPE LOCALIZATION YEAR BUILIDING AREA LEADER

Each house is prefabricated off site in a series of "panels of x lam" allowing the home to be shipped and transported in a "flatpack." Once delivered on site and after the concrete slab is prepared, a Tetris House can be assembled in about three to four days anywhere in the world. Each Tetris is created and designed to suit the individual owner's needs and although these are prefabricated homes, they are by no means carbon copies of each other. The inner patio and floor-plan can change for each home and Kiss House can also provide the home as an empty shell, for buyers to complete the interior however they desire. The homes are designed so that they can be reconfigured over time and grow with a family or individual as their living needs change and evolve.

LIVING MILAN 2014/2015 3.5KMQ PROF. ARCH. ANDREA DI FRANCO


he entire structure is made of solid wood panels X- LAM five layers of spruce , panels that provide a remarkable dimensional stability and structural strength due to their composition in layers bonded to each other crosswise and concrete. This multi-storied residential building block is designed in consideration of common Milanese terrace style houses. This project seeks to rethink the fundamentals of this particular housing model and intends to reinvigorate its underlining idea as describing a continuous housing block and as terrace houses describing buildings with roof spaces open to the skyin the design approach.


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Natural light and wind are brought into the interior, through layers of square openings and windows on the southern elevation, transforming the internal spaces with varying lighting conditions throughout the day. Natural light extend to every corner of the home, creating brighter interior spaces and allowing growth and vitality of greenery internally. Externally, instead of a continuous facade treatment, the facade recedes inward at the position of internal sheer walls in order to construct a visual gap between houses, while retaining spatial possibilities for chance encounters between neighboring properties creating a home environment where “inside as outside, outside as inside


The block tower and the kindergarten are only one part of the all coplex. They work toghater like as landmark able to generateb a rotation in the area and create different ‘openair rooms’. hThe result is a new landmark park and clubhouse that serves as a model of civic engagement, inspiration, resource conservation and adaptability. The clubhouse was conceived as an inviting living room for the neighborhood. Its geometries and language are derived from integration with the park and a respectful contrast to the surrounding neighborhood fabric. Therefore, the combination of local materials asbricks, tiles and low-tech construction methods are applied, which also help minimize the environmental impact as well as promote local industry.


In the area we designed also a Kindergarten. hThe building is made of a continuous narrow strip with two side operable windows which maximize the cross ventilation and natural lighting. Additionally, architectural and mechanical energy-saving methods are comprehensively applied including but not limited to: green roof as insulation, green facade as shading and solar water heating. These devices are designed visibly and play an important role in the children’s sustainable education. As a result, the kindergarten is operated without air conditioners in the classrooms despite being located in a harsh tropical climate. The building is designed for low-income factory workers' children, therefore construction budget is quite limited.


TAPESTRY To whom does the city today belong? And as citizens what future is there for us? The big urban areas in Italy are preparing to become metropolitan regions, but which strategies accompany such a fundamental scale change? Horizon macro scenarios also open up a revaluation of the microcosms in which it moves domestically and daily, while the center periphery report disappears from our radar. How can we better perceive, imagine, and represent the new dimensions of the metropolis in which we would like to live? It is not only about scale issues, but above all about quality of life, where for "quality" is meant the democratic level of trade between different, effective growth opportunities and the economic and cultural potential for those who live and attend our cities . TYPE LOCALIZATION YEAR BUILIDING AREA LEADER

The ongoing changes are not always exciting: the undeniable degradation of the inner and marginal areas of cities, the discomfort of the suburbs, the excessive commercial exploitation of the art cities, the lack of control of the land, Public food markets in Milano suffered a deep crisis in the 80’s because of several aspects, Lorenteggio food market is located in the south-west suburb of the city nearby the social housing district “Enzo and Mario Mina” Both the suburb and the district are in poor conditions because of lack of maintenance in the last years and they have been recently interested by many great urban renovations in order to redevelop the district, e.g. by the construction of a new subway line reaching that area and the allocation of European fund URBAN PLANNING, MILANO, LORENTEGGIO 2015 N.C. URB. MARIA COGNETTI ARCH. URB. LAURA MASCINO PROF. ARCH. FRANCESCO INFUSSI


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The public library, a common space wich works like a isolated island in the middle of the wasted urban park, is the cultural core of Giambellino.


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The Little Green House, a policentryc place wich allow different activities and hides a inexpressed potential.

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The back of the church: an abandoned green area wich can be converted from aretro to a front of the quartier condition.


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THE LOGGIA MUSEUM

Our project for a high-rise loggia in Bergamo was born as a compulsory path consisting of three main elements. A ramp that leads from the square to the roof of the building, a place to observe the Belvedere; The loggia, exhibition space accessible through an open corridor, a filtering site between the existing wall and the new building; An ever-open, green outdoor walkway, conceived as a new square whose design imitates the natural slope of the terrain. The materials used for this architecture have arisen both from aesthetic and compositive choices, and from the research done on the materials used locally, particularly on the stones of Bergamo.The load-bearing structure of the loggia ramp is made entirely of reinforced concrete, while the external stairs are TYPE LOCALIZATION YEAR BUILIDING AREA LEADER

The reinforced concrete is made of concrete and steel bars drowned inside it and suitably shaped. Concrete is a mixture of cement (binder), water, sand and stone elements, such as gravel (aggregates). Cement is finely ground inorganic material with water to form a paste (concrete paste) which, once it is squeezed, is able to maintain its resistance and underwater stability. The shaped steel bars are connected to each other to create a solid 'reinforcement' inside the concrete. Concrete and steel have the same thermal expansion coefficients. For buildings that, as in our project, have elements in the raft (the ramp), ample mirrors and which have to support, in addition to their own weight also dynamic loads (wind and people), reinforced concrete is the material best suited to These needs. CULTURAL, BERGAMO, CITTA' ALTA 2015/2016 350 MQ ARCH. GIANLUCA SORTINO


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The project can be translated as an intervention on a rocky terrain. It is an idea to build an ideal continuation that adapts to the soil and deforms with it with pure colums that make the places of living. In this way the plow allows to weave a bond with the place of the anchors through the tuffed base on which pure volumes stand, which, in line with the Mediterranean tradition, detach from the base itself shadows. The shutters: openings and edges are defined only by the voids that dematerialize the structure. The building faces a belvedere: the volumes are spheres that move toward the green. The beginning of the volume had to be bigger, but it was likely to build an out of scale product compared to the urban environment. The volumes are overshadowed to highlight the tension towards the park while the trapezoidal shape releases them from the rectangular plane on which they stand. The link between place and project is defined by material and constructive choices. The terrestrial element culminates in protuberance on the river. As in the residence for the elderly, the


Our project area consists of the E-N-E platform of the pier of the former Le Palafitte restaurant, located between the towns of Sulzano and Pilzone, two resorts on the southern shore of Lake Iseo. The platform has a size of 8x16 meters and is connected to the pier with a system of movable walkways that facilitate crossing. vThe visit to the project area has allowed us to live first of all the atmosphere of Lake Iseo and its enchanting Panoramas In particular, we have identified three main views: these optical cones that we consider privileged are fundamental to our design idea so much to affect choices of the compositional type. The soil orography and the presence of Lake are the founding characters of this area. For this reason, the project focuses exclusively on the lake view, visually removing the hilly landscape south of Sulzano and Pilzone. The exhibition space is the glazed space in which artists can perform their works. It develops along the perimeter of the block and faces the living area, giving rise to a double height. The living area is an open space, the ateliers are two, but each one is subdivided into two separate units. They have a large glazed surface to enhance the view of the lake.

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soleplate is brought to light with back support element. The choice of the materialswe adopted to design the Loggia isn’t casual but is based on a precise and clear strategy. The aim was not only to create an armonich building, dealing with the climate and the local sources. The preservation and material modues helped us to take the right decisions. We adopted local stones for the stairs and the flooring and a protected kind if metal for the banister. Despite its modest size, the Lodge is an emblematic structure for the city: an expression of fundamental aspects of the local identity. Seat of a museum dedicated to the Rocca, it completes the image of Città Alta and its Belvedere: it is no coincidence that the first view of the city was carried out inside. Although small, the Loggia offers a key to reading the immense fortress that stands before it.The formulation of the Loggia as a "door" between the old city on one side, and that of the view from the Belvedere in the New Bergamo, on the other, helps to grasp the function of the building and the character of the association that built it.


In the project it concretizes in one a gangway that develops all over the platform and, going up, distributes to the two blocks, ending in a "lake-looking terrace". The importance of masking the southeastern side is highlighted by the use of creations, which expresses the essence of Richter's work. First design: inspiration from Richter's "Color Samples". Second design idea: inspirations from Richter's work mediated by greater focus on the context. Definitive Concept: The theme of the board converts into a path that winds along the perimeter of the structure, to the point where you have a privileged view of the landscape. The spaces of life and work are divided and shared according to a rigid division that recalls Richter's paintings. The bedroom A reversible space that allows you to share study and design moments and secure intimacy thanks to the interior design specifically. They are equipped with a small two-piece bath. The walkway is closed, hot, but completely glazed, winds around the two blocks by distributing them to the various environments and creating a true "architectural promenade", which leads from the entrance to the exhibition space.


THE FLOATING HOSTEL

The project is devised in parallel with the exhibition of the international artist Cristo 'who has devised a floating installation on the shores of Lake Iseo. The environment is designed to accommodate from a minimum of two to a maximum of four artists at one time. It is a temporary residence that involves the presence of two ateliers on one level, adapted to the different types of users in relation to the activity carried out by individual artists (eg soundproofing, ventilation and natural light). These two spaces have an extension of 30 m2, and can be modified using mobile internal partitions to get up to four different rooms of minimum 12.5 m2. One of these four environments, to allow better lighting, is configured as a double height space reaching a height of 7.50 m.

Each artist is entitled to a private atelier, born to accommodate only his business. In contrast, the artists' life takes place in a common space, which is located on the upper floor and faces one of the four ateliers. The upper floor has a total area of 72 m2 organized in a living area with a kitchen, a bathroom and two bedrooms that can accommodate from 2 to 4 people or the artists. As a lifts we expect a linear scale. Around the upper floor is an offshore walkway that runs through the perimeter of the town. The building's plant draws inspiration from the artist's painting Gerhard Richter Where the founding principle is based on the repetition of a geometric module proportional to the edge of the canvas to which it is inserted.

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Our project area consists of the E-N-E platform of the pier of the former Le Palafitte restaurant, located between the towns of Sulzano and Pilzone, two resorts on the southern shore of Lake Iseo. The platform has a size of 8x16 meters and is connected to the pier with a system of movable walkways that facilitate crossing. vThe visit to the project area has allowed us to live first of all the atmosphere of Lake Iseo and its enchanting Panoramas In particular, we have identified three main views: these optical cones that we consider privileged are fundamental to our design idea so much to affect choices of the compositional type. The soil orography and the presence of Lake are the founding characters of this area. For this reason, the project focuses exclusively on the lake view, visually removing the hilly landscape south of Sulzano and Pilzone. The exhibition space is the glazed space in which artists can perform their works. It develops along the perimeter of the block and faces the living area, giving rise to a double height. The living area is an open space, the ateliers are two, but each one is subdivided into two separate units. They have a large glazed surface to enhance the view of the lake.

OROBIE ALPS LA ROCCA (THE CASTLE)

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In the project it concretizes in one a gangway that develops all over the platform and, going up, distributes to the two blocks, ending in a "lake-looking terrace". The importance of masking the southeastern side is highlighted by the use of creations, which expresses the essence of Richter's work. First design: inspiration from Richter's "Color Samples". Second design idea: inspirations from Richter's work mediated by greater focus on the context. Definitive Concept: The theme of the board converts into a path that winds along the perimeter of the structure, to the point where you have a privileged view of the landscape. The spaces of life and work are divided and shared according to a rigid division that recalls Richter's paintings. The bedroom A reversible space that allows you to share study and design moments and secure intimacy thanks to the interior design specifically. They are equipped with a small two-piece bath. The walkway is closed, hot, but completely glazed, winds around the two blocks by distributing them to the various environments and creating a true "architectural promenade", which leads from the entrance to the exhibition space.


The pavilion structure is made of steel, while the lining is made of natural wood. Finally, the stained glass windows facing south-east are made of colored glass and silk-screened by technology creates lite. At first, some of the key points of Richter's work were considered: the ground floor consisted of four separate units, which identified the four ateliers, resuming Richter's theory of the proportions between the contour and the parts. The plan was instead a unitary space, where the use of crea-lite glass was a reference to the theme of color and the reiteration of the elements. In a second phase, greater awareness of the context was taken. Two distinct blocks have been outlined: the one facing the northeast, for an exhibition, intended to accommodate the four ateliers; The other block, instead, hosting the residential spaces for the artists. the details of the windows and the roof of the tunnel show the new technology of clear ite system gass. This high performing window is able to endure the sun light power and convert it i positive ebergy. Morover the bright colour of the rounded tunnel matches with the Christo’s orange piers.


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VIGANO'S APPARTMENT The Viganò house is crossed in the living room by a beam of light and air that suddenly floods the environment, passing it from one window to the other of the common space. To emphasize the rarefaction of spaces and their progressive change in use, we have identified two orthogonal lines that also correspond to separation diaphragms. The residence of the Architect Viganò and his family is located in the prestigious building of Via Crivelli and represents a real unicum in the landscape of Milan architecture. A midway between interior architecture and sculpted space is definitely an echo of the apartment's typology. Its compositional and volumetric characteristics, as well as the architect's design intent, can be summarized in the authoring plan.

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In the sketches of study, two cardinal elements marked in red are recognized immediately. We can recognize the accommodation plan spaces are articulated to a public and a private, protected by many filters, to the observer. First of all the constant elements throughout the plant: the elevator, the only access road to the house for visitors and the fireplace, the home hearth, the place of public intimacy. Their volume progressively widened in the crisp space. From these two escape points there are two 60 cm wide corridors. The cuniculi that affect the house's plant are the only accesses to the private environments of the house. We also recognize a system of inputs and doors that alert you to changing the use of spaces through wardrobe doors and wardrobes.

APARTAMENT ANALYSIS MILAN 2015 95 MQ PROF.ARCH. ANDREA GRITTI


This is made up of elements of various nature such as furnishings, scaffoldings, Venetians but all of them have the same task. That is to create an intricate space more and more in moving toward the center of the composition consisting of the elevator compartment. It is created as a labyrinth within which the architect is protected from the outside.The generating sections cut the apartment along two main axes, one longitudinal and one transversal. In cutting the longitudinal axis, the elements that mark the "border" between private spaces and common use spaces: the elevator and the chimney, are designed to be cut off. The subdivision of space intimacy. These two components not only point to a diaphragm of passage between the interior spaces of the dwelling but also represent the only two places in the non-habitable home The lift and the chimney thus become "empty" in the composition and the project is modeling the position of these two fires. From the chimney to the elevator, the plant is enriched with space divisions, those in the private area, while proceeding in the opposite direction comes to a single large "open room", that of living and living common.


The distribution distribution cores: we have identified three core cores that lead to the private environments of the home. They create interchange pins, respectively, between the public and private environment, and the private one with the service one.The second section shows, however, how the rhythm produced of the different height seams repeats environment. The tallest dividers reach the full-height crown, some remaining full, others leave space in glass voids. The lower seats instead surround the service areas such as bathrooms and kitchen; These arrive at a height of 2.20 m and close with a lowered base. The route also varies in height until you reach the master bedroom, a raised volume. Path from outside inside: through the terrace from the outside the space appears easily penetrable through the windows. In fact, viewed from the inside, these appear inexpressible because they are obscured by furniture and brisoleil deliberately placed by the architect. Project Viganò is articulated within a space with an already existing perimeter, consisting of a thick wall and later a pergola that filters out with the outside. Nevertheless, the architect creates its 'inner' perimeter


The delimitations of the apartment, as anticipated in the previous analysis, are divided into an outer area and an inner area. The first consists of a pergola, which delimits the external path of the house, the prospectus and the windows; Knots particularly studied for the large window sheds and positioning based on site lighting. T


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The university area of CittĂ Studi represents a strategic part of the city of Milan not only because it is centrally located and well served by public transport systems but above all because it is home to two of the major universities in Italy Studying draw socializing, molding, eating, colonizing spaces to be in the open air .. FREE PLAN offers timely interventions to improve the viability of student activity without depriving the campus of space. Modular and reclosable panels hanging on the walls to minimize space inside the premises and to facilitate everyday life on This object does not offer any invasive intervention, since it is suitable for micro-colonization of the squatting space, also with the most Remote of CittĂ  Studi bad its inabitant ( wich are mostly students). TYPE LOCALIZATION YEAR BUILIDING AREA LEADER

City Studies, a hub of internationally-trained, highly accessible railways, metros and public transportation lines, located in the heart of the twentieth-century city, is today an efficient platform where thousands of people travel and work daily but is reluctant to hire Featured in an urban, civil and truly habitable place. In addition to a practical table for studying, exposing or drawing in one or more people FREE PLAN allows anyone who is outdoors to lie down comfortably on the lawn or on the ground. It can be used as a lounger in green spaces, such as a table near bars and cafes, such as a hangout for student areas and still as an exterior showcase. Thanks to the lightweight, durable materials and the presence of handles, it can be easily sealed and transported. DESIGN CHALLENGE MILAN, CITTA' STUDI 2016 3 KMQ PROF. ARCH. MASSIMILIANO ZIGOI


The habitability of the Campus, which qualifies city studies, is, however, something more complex than the sum of the individual actions. It also implies a rich and integrated set of practices and behaviors involving students, teachers, administrative staff and residents of the neighborhood who open the open space and university services during the day: moving, hiking, parking cars and bicycles, resting in A comfortable environment, celebrate graduation, make meetings and lessons in non-institutional spaces,

make music and performances, apply outdoor teaching, read outdoors, communicate students and research products to the city, make sports and move around , etc Far from a rigid subdivision of functions, all of these activities - the ways in which they are carried out, the quality of the spaces they produce, the ecological and energetic sustainability, the attitudes to care by the protagonists of daily life - 'Campus habitability.


The project site is free, provided it takes place within the perimeter of the City Studi area, marked in the planimetry, the details of its retrieval are given below. The perimeter indicated in the plan includes, in large part, the outer spaces of the campus. However, it is also possible to propose the upgrading of some internal spaces, such as the entrance spaces, the atrium of the Rectorate or the relaxation spaces at the vending machines, provided that the works proposed do not interfere with normal, didactic and non-activities Preclude the security of users. The adopted marterials are wood, steel and a special and new typemof pastic ) a polymer) called Daltoneach part of this reversable furniture is connect to the others throught metal junction. Moreover The Plan is adapt to be used outdoor and indoor as well.


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The city of São Paulo has 477.7 kilometers of roads with permanent cicloviário treatment, and 447.4 kilometers of bike pathslanes and 30.3 km from Ciclorrotas. To make use of modal integration cyclist has 6247 vacancies in public Bike racks, and 121 public paraciclos installed in bus terminals and the train and subway stations. The cycling infrastructure of the city is made up of different types, and the name given to each section has opened as a criterion the predominant type .They illegally occupied these areas given their proximity to the city center, notably the industrial and commercial areas along the banks of the Pinheiros River that joins the Tietê river in São Paulo.

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To protect strategic sources for urban water supply, the state headwater protection law, passed in the 1970s, prohibited high-density residential occupation in 53% of the MRSP.a The Alto Tietê is in the most critical condition of all the twenty-two watersheds in the State of São Paulo, with a demand/availability ratio of 442 percent The densification and verticalization of urban settlement have resulted in increased impermeability of soils. Specifically, urbanization has led to the impermiability of 37% of land within the Alto Tiete basin. The result has been that urban areas are both the causes of increased flooding and its main victims.

CULTURAL, LIVING POZNAN 2015/2016 343.2 M DR INŻ. ARCH. M.ANKIERSZTAJN


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Above all, the incidence of three main districts: favelas, or areas of illegal casualties where people live in total poverty, often without electricity and drinking water. One of the main themes of the project is to use the culture and identity of these districts by proposing a similar and .better lifestyle to that of its inhabitants. The whole project was based on an alayer structure. As a huge area, a gradual approach was needed, either through a timeline, or a proposal for a gradual project whose implementation and implementation is not drastic and immediate, but evolves over time and with its inhabitants, either through a series of layers is projected.

An important aspect of the city's study was undoubtedly the population tax and the density index of the area. In fact, our analysis focused mainly on the size and housing problem. As can see from the image to the side that maps and provides a graphical representation of the density of the population, the district of itaquera, the project area looks like a completely empty hole surrounded by a multitude of dense buildings. This map, thanks to the different colors, highlights in particular the density and concentration of different types of buildings.High-density buildings capable of accommodating multitudes of people More or less high-rise neighborhoods .

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The open spaces and the main square are dotted with artificial water pools of a maximum depth of 5 meters. Each one is connected via a system of artificial canals to the pre-existing River Rio Verde. These can be true artificial rivers or simple streams of water that affect the ground.

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The Ramp building , is located in a quiet neighbourhood of IJ Burg, ,new artifical island built in Amsterdam. T he muniipal intend to convert the place in a Burgerzentrum for the future of the island and for its inhabitants. The projects is based on the idea of the ramp. A 250.50 meters long ramp – which connects the foyer on the ground floor with the library on the last floor, where are also placed the small home offices – organizes the internal architectural promenade and allows for observing the spaces from different perspectives. This movement between floors is made smoothly, as an interlude between the collective and the intimate areas. TYPE LOCALIZATION YEAR BUILIDING AREA LEADER

The architecture of the Ramp Builsing promotes a radical spatial continuity between the interior and exterior not only through large panes of sliding glass doors - that can be fully opened, connecting the inside spaces with the internal garden – but also through the consistency in the use of the same mate rials both inside and outside. The glassfacade folds back towards the interior, becoming the balconies liner that, in turn, folds again at the hall by the ramp to create an inner facade. This three-dimensional surface building, a glass and iron ribbon, determines the structure and the actual volume of the building.

COMMUNITY CENTER, AMSTERDAM 2017 7640 MQ PROF.ARCH. ZVONKO TURKALI


Ramp Building’s project favoured the spatial continuity between inside and outside, the precise use of natural and rraw materials and, above all, the possibility tto exhibit in a delicate way the reticular formation of pillars as true architectural elements that organize the promenades. The spaces - free and continuous - can easily be rearranged in the future to transform the building into an institution dedicated to the people. oc architectural culture is also present in the glass panels on the facade. The relationship with the local Made of small brises-soleil (2cm wide and 7mm spacing), these elements allow for the shading of thelibrary, mediateque and the gallery, with continued air circulation. The resulting is thermally pleasant internal spaces throughout the year.


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The 70 meter-long veranda – facing the channel, works as a gradation betweenthe water and the facade of the building, and constitutes an open living space, pleasant to be used in warm days. This solution dialo gues with the tradition of Holland architecture, deeply connected with the waterchannels.


SILOS The cement work structure has a strong personality and clear identity connected to its history. Our intention is to keep the total amount of interventions at a low level, allowing the building to preserve its characteristics. While the functions are changed, the volume still stands, bearing the role of a house and performance space for artists and their spectacles. Circular silos supplemented and enlarged with a rectangular shape. The same strategy implemented on the other parts including the very top part where within straight walls, circular rooms are provided and the floors are extended to the very edge of the top of the silos in order to create open spaces. Rectangular volumes put together with circular additions to create enclosed space. The idea is to keeping it as small and compact as possible, avoiding large distances and too many levels, creating a TYPE LOCALIZATION YEAR BUILIDING AREA LEADER

home for the artists uring their stay there, but not a hotel. A house with different zones, a place for both private and common activities, and while each space has its own character -either its the size, the light or the view- they’re still connected to the whole. The layout allows different parts to be inhabited, based on the amount of artists present. It has the possibility to be a house for two, for ten or for twenty. The circular walls contrast with the straight lines of the original layout, allowing a more fluid flux of light. One large space, clearly defined by the shape of the silos, enlarged with an add on to enlarge the performance ground floor. Creating bridges in order to provide different levels and setting in the space, encouraging democratic performances where the spectator and the performer are closer to each other. RESIDENCE AND THEATRE CASTELVALLAZO, BALLUNO 2018 EX INDUSTRIAL AREA.

PROF. ARCHITECT PETER BEARD PROF. ELISABETTA ROTTA


The building, Cementificio di Castellavazzo, is located in an area of contrasts. The Dolomites together with the deep valley creates the perfect background for a rediscovery of an abandoned factory. Nevertheless it’s not only the structure which is important, but also the surrounding environment has availability to contribute to the transformation. Our strategy is based on the natural resources that the nature and environmental characteristics can provide. To reach a NZEB(Nearly zero energy) condition we used high performing envelopes, both transparent and opaque. We also included natural ventilation as the main airflow in the structure. It’s supplemented with an installed mechanical system used for additional cooling and heating in the performance space. To help the natural ventilation parts of the rainwater collection system is used as waterways on the ground floor. The water help cooling and humid the air which after enters the building. As a main mechanical heating system we decided to use a water to air heating unit, which when temperatures

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THE MODERN BASILICA The project consists into the requalification of a missedand old area in theneighborhood of Lotto area, close to the Prada Fundation. The aim is to create a new Fub Palace, a new imfluencer pole of acctractio. The new landscape is characterized by rapsody and mix of green areas, little squares, an open theater and little streets that guidethe people towards the public park until the fun palace. There is a covered plaza under the building with a sitting space in the middle, surrounded by water and connected with the area around with small paths. Inder the palace, placed in a center position, there is an open theater, that can be used to collect grey waterd for the fountains of the park and the building. Moreover the Fun Palace building is placed in the middle of the entire area, that is alsoopened also towards the preexisting building of the bakery TYPE LOCALIZATION YEAR BUILIDING AREA LEADER

A public square works a connection between the prevoius costruction and the new intervantion. This filter space can be can be used also as an open market. The project has a direct contact with the peexistance and in particolar with the chimney, invorporated in the corner of the building works as the soul of the spiral staircase Is ecident that the building is made by two different parts: the core ( and the sourranded poligonal slabs. The cube is hosting a performance space meanwhile the floors around it are desposed for different functions. Is possible to distinguish two main circukation patterns. the vertical one is allowd only between the floors. Actually teh cube is structurally considered, as an indipendent volume. FUN PALACE MILAN 2018/2019 3.5KMQ PROF. ARCH. ROCCA ALESSANDRO


The two elements that compouse the Modern Basilica have different costruction systems. alking about the bellatoy, the structure of the building is made of a reticular forest of vertical and hprizontal steel beams. The orizontaò ones are basically vertical haped Wirender. For the central cube structure, the beams that keep on the cubes are vertically positioned Wirenders. Coworkng with the main horizontal structure, the beams create a stable shall ables to support both the dynamic forces (due to the spectators movements), and its own weight.


The exterior envelop of the cube is made by a sovrapposition of different layers creating a tartan effect from the exterior. The cavity between the inner and the outer layers is illuminated with optic fibers, combinating with the shifting visual aligment of two patterns.


DRAWINGS

I am also one of the passionate about drawing and paintings that sometimes I don't even know what I am drawing but I draw. I was being very fond of drawing classes my school days. Those were the days when I used to draw some stuff on the last page of my notebook while the teacher was teaching some other subject. the design has always been my distinctive trait. It is a skill that I cultivate since very small. I have always liked to draw cartoons, illustrating the stories I listened to or that we later read at school. Over time it turned out to be a peculiarity. I would not call it a passion, but rather something spontaneous to do. Tha’s why I followed an artistic high school and I'm grateful. In the past I could (and I had to) try it daily in that practice. TYPE LOCALIZATION YEAR BUILIDING AREA LEADER

Today I find it harder to draw so smoothly but as soon as I can, or I have a spare moment to portray one of my friends or I put an idea or an image that I have in my head on paper. As an elementary school student, I cherished every moment of art class, even if I found the demands of my art teachers too stifling. Fortunately, my love of art compelled me to pursue my talents outside the classroom, i.e. in the privacy of my room that I fondly called my "studio". Art has been, and continues to be, the main outlet for my feelings. When I'm depressed, melancholy expressions overwhelm my paintings. Personally, painting is the more direct way that can vehicle mine feelings.Frustration or rage is highlighted by shades of red or bright orange. ART, HOBBIES


SKEATACHES In this chapter, I show some of my sketches made in the acrylic school. Each of these designs belongs either to a project or realized during the Skizze course held at Leibniz Universitat.

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PERSONAL INFORMATIONS

NAME ADDRESSES

Beatrice Rezzani PAVIA Via Francana 11, 27100 MILAN Via Lambrate 16, 20133

CITIZENSHIP BIRTH PLACE DATE OF BIRTH

Italian Pavia | Italy 26 July 1995

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2009-2014 Second Degree Secondary School Artistic Lecture A.Volta, Pavia Art degree with 100/100 rating 2014-2017 Politecnico di Milano - School of Architecture and Society First Level Degree in Architecture Design with 110 e lode/110 rating 2016-2017 Erasmus + experience at Leibniz Universitat Hannover- Fakultät für Architektur und Landschaft

AUTOCAD ILLUSTRATOR INDESIGN MAYA PHOTOSHOP REVIT SKETCHUP VECTORWORKS

ITALIAN GERMAN IENGLISH SPANISH


EXPERIENCES

DIPLOMA OF ANIMATORY TRAINING SCHOOL - MGS LOMBARDIA EMILIA 2013 | 2016 WORKING STAGE "GLASSES OF NIVES MARCASSOLI" VETROFUSION LABORATORY JUNE-JULY 2014 SUMMER CAMP ANIMATOR - SALESIAN DON BOSCO PAVIA JUNE 2010- JULY 2014 INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ATMOSPHERE 2016 - II EDITION WORKSHOP | UNIVERSITY GOES TO THE MARKET LOOKING ON THE PERIPHERAL | II PLACE SIGNS: A POINT OF STATION POINT | EXIBITHION | ART GRAAL SPACE Collective Show 19/01 | 27/01/2013 OLIMPIADI OF HERITAGE 2012 | ROMA | I PLACE DYNAMIC PERIPHERIES | URBANPLANNING WORKSHOP Favara, Sicily February 2017

COMPETENCES

LEARNING LANGUAGE LEARNING B2.1 UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE 2011 MUSIC ALBUM 'INCANTO CHRISTMAS INCORRECTION' With Baritone Franco Podda | Coral G.Bratta | Blues Band Aulos Concert FLAUTO ONLY IN AULOS CONCERT ROOM DOOR Collaboration in concerts and competitions from September 2009 to May 2012 BACHELOR DEGREE IN PROJECT OF ARCHITECTURE Politecnico di Milano | February 2018 | 110 lode/110


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