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CARMINE ERRICO

Architecture portfolio 2016


PERSONAL INFORMATION Name Surname Date of birth Nationality Address

Carmine Errico 17/10/1990

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Italian Rue des Alpes, 16 74100 Annemasse - France

EDUCATION 2010 to date

DIPARTIMENTO DI ARCHITETTURA LUIGI VANVITELLI

2014 2013

UNIVERSITE CATHOLIQUE DE LOUVAIN

2010

2016 to date

Brussels - Belgium Master 1 of Architecture Student exchange program

LICEO SCIENTIFICO IMMANUEL KANT

Speak and read/write with proficiency

Italian

Native language

Geneva - Switzerland Architectural Intern

ELECTRON FESTIVAL

2016 2008

DEMETRIO ERRICO PHOTOGRAPHER

Geneva - Switzerland Volounteer Napoli - Italy Photographer

Wedding photography, portraits. Planning and execution of all photographic activity, including customer relations, the realization of photo shoots, post production and publication.

LANGUAGES English

MSV ARCHITECTES URBANISTES

2016

Melito - Italy High School Diploma

Speak fluently and read/write with high proficiency

errico.c@gmail.com linkedin.com/in/carmineerrico eppursimuove15.tumblr.com +41 779 59 79 30

WORK EXPERIENCE

Aversa - Italy Bachelor of Architecture

French

Permit G B

2014

FESTIVAL INTERNATIONAL DU FILM HISTORIQUE DE WATERLOO

Waterloo - Belgium Member of jury

Participation in the selection of a film for the award of the European Youth Jury after 3 days of viewing.

SKILLS

2013

Software AUTODESK AUTOCAD SKETCH-UP PRO ADOBE PHOTOSHOP ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR ADOBE INDESIGN RHINOCEROS ARCHICAD 123D DESIGN/MAKE NIK COLLECTION RESOLUME ARENA MICROSOFT OFFICE PACK

OD’A OFFICINA D’ARCHITETTURA Napoli - Italy Architectural Intern

Initiation and implementation of technical of designs and 3D modeling. Management of graphic layouts for projects and of printing techniques.

Technical Model-making, sketching, hand drafting, woodworking, lasercutting, 3d-printing and architectural collages.

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AWARDS AND EXHIBITIONS 2015

COMPETITIONS

Homeless Cover Project

Honorable mention Rethinking Architecture Competition

Parc Beining in Tianjin

2016

Central Park Summer Pavilion

2015

Homeless Cover Project

Tianjin - China TDW Tianjin Design Week 22 to 27 May 2015

AC-CA Architectural Competition

DSFA - Detroit Station For The Arts Archmedium Student Competition

Pompei - Save The History

Pompei - Save the history

Start for talents

Honorable mention Start for talents

2014

Design contest for a museum in the archaeological site of Pompeii.

Kai Tak Development

Tianjin International Design Week

Namur - Belgium 27 to 29 October 2014

International VELUX Award VELUX Group

2013

Napoli FUD Competition

Honorable mention LOA [Laboratorio Oltre l’Architettura]

Napoli Fud

LOA [Laboratorio Oltre l’Architettura]

ONLINE ARTICLES

Design contest for an italian commercial space.

2016

WORKSHOPS 2015

Kaitak River Design TDW design competition

University of Namur Exhibition of the project ‘Quadrilatère espace (c)ouvert’ in the context of the studio of Master 1 in Brussels.

2013

Rethinking Architecture Competition

Berlin Gourmet Street Food

Exhibition of the project Napoli FUD in the italian Pavilion to show “the Italian Taste” during the second edition of the TDW Tianjin Design Week.

2014

Arquideas

Insideart

Eppur si muove, quando Superstudio diventa una GIF. May 16, 2016 Link - http://goo.gl/b4nJbR

Mobilarch

Palazzo Palumbo - Giugliano

2015

Urban Workshop Ricuci-Fermo Stripe Festival - Fermo

KooZA/rch

Re-Enacting through Time and Movement December 1, 2015 Link - https://goo.gl/GH0Ybi

Laboratory Re - Pack Stripe Festival - Fermo

2015

Laboratory To Build In Cob Stripe Festival - Fermo

Artwort

Eppur si muove - Le utopie animate da Carmine Errico November 16, 2015 Link - http://goo.gl/ga8Wrf

Workshop Video Mapping Ex Opg Occupato - Napoli

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CONTENTS EPPUR SI MUOVE THE PAVILION FOR DOING NOTHING LINEA TABLE OFFICIA MUSEUM DSFA QUADRILATERE ESPACE (C)OUVERT

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EPPUR SI MUOVE “And yet it moves” or “Albeit it does move” (Italian: E pur si muove or Eppur si muove ) is a phrase attributed to the Italian mathematician, physicist and philosopher Galileo Galilei (1564–1642) in 1633 after being forced to recant his claims that the Earth moves around the Sun rather than the converse during the Galileo affair.1 “Eppur si muove” is a research about animation of architectural drawings. The research explores the possibility to revitalize the drawings through GIF animation inlcuding time and movement. Through isolated movement of part of image I try to give form to my interpretation of it and focus the attention on some concepts. As if in these pictures, there was a frozen movement that can be revitalized through animation. A blog will register my work so that results can be showed in real time and readers can express their impressions and suggestions. [1]New Scientist, April 7, 1983. p25. Personal research, 2015 www.eppursimuove15.tumblr.com

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Frame 1/22

Frame 16/22

Frame 8/22

Frame 22/22

Superstudio, Foundamental Acts - Life (Supersurface) (1971) GIF http://goo.gl/7RyK6n

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Frame 1/25

Frame 19/25

Rem Koolhaas, Exodus (1972) GIF http://goo.gl/9iCQoU

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Frame 1/130

Frame 65/130

Cedric Price, Fun Palace (1961) GIF http://goo.gl/jaDJPm

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THE PAVILION TO DO NOTHING Central Park, the largest structure for leisure in New York, is a carpet placed in the Manhattan’s grid. Most of its visitors just want to relax and enjoy the picturesque landscapes it offers. We chose to set the pavilion in the north-east of Sheep Meadow, the ideal stage where in summer the activity of doing nothing takes place, in a triangle of the Carpet that matches the view on the park with the other of the skyscrapers. With a series of carpets placed inside a small podium, relfecting Central Park with in Manhattan’s Grid, and under a big polka dot roof, we to recreate the extreme condition of idleness and fun. A Ball pit, lycra foam mattress, trampoline and sandbox are the carpets that we have put into the podium with the idea that these are meant to be changed whenever they get tiring. Many different activities can take place in the pavilion or outside it, choosing an active way, to use the carpets, like watching a movie sitting among the balls, a fashion show sitting on the sand or just using them as a backdrop for a stage. Architecture competition, 2015 Central Park Summer Pavilion by Arquideas w/ Roberto Celiento http://goo.gl/PbHspT

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A. Fabric roof B. Iron truss C. Ball pit D. Lycra foam mattres E. Trampoline F. Sandbox G. Aluminum structure wood-paneled

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1. Fashion runway

2. Screening (movies) area

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3. Stage

4. Area for exhibits

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LINEA TABLE “Tables are the vehicle of every gathering; in every space the table becomes the meeting point. From the kitchen table that acts like the private meeting point in a house, until the sea of café tables that flood the public spaces [...], there is a range of different uses of space around tables where food, coffee and information is constantly being consumed.”1 Linea Table is a neutral linear modular device designed for food consumption in the street, that may be endlessly extended and with a variable configuration. It has the task of giving back a considerable degree of freedom and creativity to its users as opposed to a traditional furniture element. The user directly modifies the shape of the public space, weak and unstable, and become an actor of a process that calls him to interact with it. The module is made of an aluminum frame on wheels which measures 1,30 x 2,10 m and holding a wood panel, height-adjustable, and two beams on wich stuff can putted on. Aluminium rods are assembled through plastic joints. The device does not impose its own aesthetic but being just a basic structure can be transformed every time. [1]City of Tables - Point Supreme Architects http://goo.gl/mISyks Workshop, 2015 MobileWorkshop4 w/ Giuseppe de Pascale and Mattia Saetta Tutor: Prof. Nicola Flora and Prof. Renata Guadalupi www.goo.gl/DQQICQ

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Conceptual model - 1:10 - Material: polyamide 3D printed, mirror film and corrugated plastic.

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OFFICIA MUSEUM Officia Museum is a system of corporate museums showing the creative processes of some poles of the Mediterranean. Hence the need to create a new kind of architectural principles free from the traditional design of the museum. The idea is to have a non-formal, highly permeable and non-permanent structure. The activities are temporary and therefore also the system-building responds in its parts to this character. The scheme is very simple: it’s composed of steel structure with a 5m module, that is the plot and imprisons volumes hosting various functions. The tube, which wants to break the regular grid, allows the crossing of the two banks and connects all the different activities. The Officia Museum is designed as a flexible system in which roofs, walls and floors can vary their position continuously with very few constraints. The system is designed in continuous evolution: it can expand, densify, shrink, move or disassemble. The plot of the system also extends to the urban context and buildings. In the case of buildings, some of poor architectural quality, the plot becomes colors or patterns that involve the context and put in relation with the system. The public space becomes a dynamic set of modular spaces that can potentially accommodate different activities. Academic project, 2015 w/ Roberto Celiento and Pierluigi Ciarmiello Tutor: Prof. Claudio Gambardella http://goo.gl/7FV2Im

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STRUCTURE

TUBE

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VOLUMES

SYSTEM

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Ground Floor Plan

Second Floor Plan

Fourth Floor Plan

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First Floor Plan

Third Floor Plan

Roof Plan 0

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Section A-A’ 0

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Architectural model - 1:100 - Materials: iron, polycarbonate, wire mesh, wood and plastic.

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Rendering views

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DSFA The city of Detroit, Michigan, has gone through a major economic and demographic decline in recent decades. The population of the city has fallen and the cityscape has become dominated by abandoned buildings. American art scene, so moved from Brooklyn to Detroit for the cheap rent and huge amount of space, so different from each other, free to occupy. The most emblematic abandonment is the central railway station, the Michigan Central Station. The station began operating as Detroit’s main passenger depot in 1913 after the older Michigan Central Station burned on December 26, 1913. After 92 years of activity, not always to its full potential, this facility was definitively closed in June 2004. Once an object of great civic pride, is a ruin today which seems frozen through time. The DSFA (Detroit station for the arts) project aims to transform the abandoned building into a hybrid building full of life, a center for the Arts. The project is considering the time factor. Indeed, the principle is to develop a new independent structure, that reminds the building yard structure, to host exhibition area. This structure can be removed or increased, depending on future needs of Detroit. The new facade is the backbone of the building. The large metal structure is like a canvas with the daily lives of the artists. So it transforms the image of the building from a dead icon into something dynamical and always in motion. Our intervention in the Ground Floor is materialized by an independent element that is added to the space. This independent element consists of floor, wall, posts and beams. Thus the Ground Floor, the main reception area, the new structure is a floor placed 5 meters high, providing access to architectural details that were previously invisible to our eyes and it lets people live the space in a new way. Exhibition areas, large and small auditoriums, workshops, showrooms and cafes give the building new life. To have a diversity of spaces on the other floors, the concept is to mix the activities, and circulation. The project works on the floors with three different typologies. The first typology has a central circulation and there are Residences A (50mq) on the south and the Ateliers A (50mq) on the north side. The second typology has circulation on the facade and rooms are mixed with residences and ateliers. The third floor has both ways of circulation. The abandoned railway infrastructure, a connection between canada and the united states, can be a physical extension of the building. The cars can travel and bring to the the area exhibition the work of the artists. Architecture competition, 2015 Detroit station for the arts by Archmedium w/ Viviane Florin http://goo.gl/aGJ9ZL

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Train sheds, MCS - picture from the burton historical collection (Detroit public library).

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The waiting room - 2009, picture by Rick Harris.

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Michigan Central Station - 2013, picture by mgsmith.

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Michigan Central Station - 2009, picture from the music video Eminem - Beautiful.

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Broken glasses - 2010, picture by Thomas Hawk.

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Add a new independent structure over the facade

Mix activities to have diversity

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Residence A 50mq² Residence B 100mq² Atelier B 100mq² Exhibition space Residence B 100mq² Atelier B 100mq² Exhibition space Residence A 50mq² Atelier A 50mq² Exhibition space

Typologies on the floors

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Showroom 2300mq²

Small auditorium 250mq²

Main exhibition area 5000mq²

Small auditorium 250mq²

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Bar/Night club 1350mq²

Hotel

4700mq²

Restaurant

1350mq² Atelier B

Residence A Exhibition area Residence B Atelier A Exhibition area

Loop system Ateliers

Auditorium 750mq²

Auditorium 650mq²

Ateliers Auditorium

750mq²

Big Atelier

700mq²

Bar/restaurant 1300mq²

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Exhibition area

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Main exhibition area

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Auditorium

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Big atelier

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QUADRILATERE ESPACE (C)OUVERT The Quadrilatère is the most symbolic building of the University of Namur. This building is the origin of the birth of the University (the Jesuit monastery) and it’s the evidence of the University of Namur’s evolution during the last century. Today it has lost its power as strategic hub and seems to be flooded in the university structure. We have chosen to set the building as a place of reunion for everyone who live the University in order to restore it as a new center for the site. The principle thus is to have a project to the scale of University community in order to transform a lost place into on ful of life. If we look at the building today we can see in its center an abandoned court, none of the functions of the ground floor feeds the space and it’s really outside University’s life. The first step made to manage the central space was to cover it, while working the space as a more open and free. To allow a bigger contribution of light, four floors, on two sides of the building, were removed by restoring the height of the Jesuit monastery. To answer the functional needs, the building was designed as two L shaped plans: one L more locked, with needs in term of classroom and offices, and directly linked with other buildings of the block. The other L is more open to be an element of exchange communicating with the heart of the block. So the space of ceremony works with 4 elements: the mineral yard, the vegetable yard, the sky and the new entrance. For the central space we worked an independent structure on 4 columns which works as a dome and which allows the contribution of light and to have a free space. Between columns the space is worked as a forum with bleachers and a ramp. The central space is surrounded by activities which feed the place: a cafeteria, the entrance, classrooms, a new auditorium, a library for the students. The circulation around the central space was worked in a more original way: traffic lanes, which become spaces for study and rest. Academic project, 2014 Tutor: Prof. Jean-louis Vandeneynde - Prof. Abdelmajid Boulaioun w/ Viviane Florin http://goo.gl/1FrP1h

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FacultĂŠs Notre-Dame de la Paix, 1962.

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Quadrilatère - view from Rue de Bruxelles.

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Quadrilatère - the courtyard.

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The courtyard has a not developed potential

Cover the courtyard and make it a place of ceremony

Green roof

Moving the rooms and the rectory out

Connect the building to the others

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Gain daylight

Create differents environments


Masterplan

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Architectural model - 1:200 - Materials: cardboard and plastic.

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Rendering views

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Carmine Errico Rue des Alpes, 16 74100 Annemasse +41 779 59 79 30 errico.c@gmail.com

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