Celia Cardona Cava Portfolio
Nata a Valencia (ES) 21/01/1989 email@example.com +39 3294952902 flickr Triple_C ph. issuu.com/celiacardona
Laurea Magistrale in Architettura delle Costruzioni.
Le esperienze acquisite lungo questi anni di studio e lavoro mi hanno aiutato a creare un backgraound vario e versatile. Ho sviluppato ottime capacità per il lavoro in squadra e la mia determinazione torna utile quando si deve lavorare sotto pressione o quando è necessario gestire diverse attività in maniera contemporanea. La mia grande immaginazione mi ha sempre aiutato a guardare i problemi da un’inquadratura diversa, riuscendo a trovare alla fine una soluzione.
Interior Design Competition, Berlino. Novembre 2016. “Euphoria”. VINCITORE: 2º premio e costruzione.
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Dicembre 2016. “60degrees”.
Pizza Restaurant in Kingston. Interior Design Contest, Jamaica. Aprile 2017. “(more) pizza, please!” VINCITORE: 2º Premio
Family Art Salon.
Scuola di Architettura Civile, Politecnico di Milano, Italia
Interior Design Contest, Italia.
Giugno 2016. “The messy balance” VINCITORE: 1º Premio
Laurea in Ingegneria Edile / Architettura Tecnica 2007-2013.
ETSIE, Universidad Politecnica de Valencia, Spain
[Erasmus Exchange presso Politecnico di Torino, Italia] -2011. Erasmus Studies -2012. Job placement
BIVIO Architettura, Milano. Maggio 2016-attualità
Architetto, co-fondatrice. Architettura, scenografie e progetti d’interni.
Comune di Losa del Obispo Luglio-Agosto 2013. Spagna.
Tirocinio presso dip. di urbanistica.
GAP. Graphic Architecture Porn. Archivio di rappresentazione grafica nel disegno d’architettura. CEO del sito web. Da Aprile 2016.
Collettivo di creativi. Dal 2017. Attualmente filmando cortometraggio
Fotografia ed Illustrazione
Conservazione Architettonica. Sviluppo della tesi di Laurea in Ingegneria Edile presso il dipartimento di restauro.
Ottobre 2012-Aprile 2013.Tirocinio in
Studio Vazzana, Milano. Politecnico di Torino
Ciao, sono Celia!
Interior Design Competition, Milano.
Spagnolo Italiano Tedesco Francese
architecture school works. Minimize Maximum.
Final Thesis in Civil Architecture (MSc.). 2015 Football Stadium in Post-Expo2015 area.
An urban strategy for the Post-Expo area. 2015.
The four landscapes of North of Italy. 2015.
Modular shelters for surfers. 2014. Competition by Rethinking Cometitions.
Re-cycling Expo Village.
Solutions to Hack Expo. 2014. Alternatives for Cascina Merlata. Flexible sky scrapper.
Iconic Vs. Normal.
How to build a post-crisis bridge. 2014
Strategies for a low carbon futures. Competition for Latrobe city, Australia.
architecture practice. Euphoria.
An all mood house for today creatives. November 2016. WINNER: 2nd Prize at Eichenglobal ArtBattle Berlin. Status: Built.
Submission for 35w2 launched by Slow Wood, Milan. 2016. Interior Design Competition.
Low cost scenograpghy for a play. 2017. Status: Built at Circolo Everest Vimodrone 20th January.
Transforming container frames into hotel rooms. 2016 WINNER: 3rd prize. Interior Design Contest. by Pillar
The messy balance.
A flexible living room for a big family 2016 WINNER: 1st prize. Interior Design Contest. by Pillar
(more) pizza, please!
Interior design for a Pizza Restaurant. 2017 WINNER: 2nd prize. Interior Design Contest. by Pillar
A timeless stadium. Year 2015. (MSc.) Final thesis in Architecture. Politecnico di Milano. Prof: Maria Grazia Folli Work team: Celia Cardona, Eric Folli and Joshuan Tacoronte The final Master of Science in Architecture Thesis was a big challenge; to design a 45000 seats football stadium in the EXPO former area. We decided to use a non comon system, taking everything but the essential to a ring outside the building that could be used for everybody, not just the ones going to the game. The structure it is also the result of a formal research and testing, trying to combine aesthetics and performant at the same time. The stadium was settled as the head of the new park we designed for the former EXPO area seen on next pages.
A new strategy for the post-Expo area. Course Year 2014/15. 5th year project lab. Politecnico di Milano. Prof: Maria Grazia Folli Work team: Celia Cardona, Eric Folli and Joshuan Tacoronte The city is a conglomerate of neighbourhoods, suburbs, â€œislandsâ€? that interact with each others. But in the outskirts they conserve a little independence. This work pretends to rethink this area starting from the pre-existence before EXPO arrived: the agriculture and the prision of Bollate. The south strip is dedicated to an agro-technological park where to grow energy crops and other renewable energies. The prison has been reorganised in levels where it is pretended to reinsert of prisoners inside society trough work and education.
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Existing social initiatives inside the former prison: - Vivarium -Restaurant and catering service -Horse therapy
-Cultivated crops -Deposits -Training laboratories
Mixed Regime. Industrial plants and prisoner rooms. Access permitted to external workers.
-Housing for conditional freedom. -Housing for prisonersâ€™ families. -Social Housing. Level Level Level Level
1:High security prison. 2:Prison with normal regime. 3: Semi-freedom regime. 4: Conditional freedom.
Modular shelters for surfers Competition Year 2014. Rethinking Competitions Tarifa, Spain Work team: ICE Inés Baquera, Celia Cardona The competition required to create replicable modules with basic space for two people as shelters where to sleep some days in tarifa while surfing. The shape of the module it’s been inspired by surf kites. It’s aerodynamicity fits perfectly to face Tarifa dune winds.
The four landscapes in the north of Italy Course year: 2014/2015. 5th year. Urban planning. Politecnico di Milano Prof. Alessandro Mingolo Work team: Celia Cardona, Luigi Costamagna, Susanna Ferrari, Eric Folli, Analisa Rota, Anton Sagal, Erica Speranzin. Territorial analysis of north of Italy according to the book The italian landscapes by Arturo Lanzani.
Solutions to Hack Expo Course : 2013/14. 4th year architecture project. Politecnico di Milano Prof: Maria Grazia Folli Work team: InĂŠs Baquera, Celia Cardona, Eric Folli, Luca Marullo. The aim of this course was to reorganize an area called Cascina Merlata, annex to EXPO 2015 and to design a hotel tower building. Our project wanted to put toghether flexible and modular spaces that could have further life after EXPO rather than a hotel. Main plan is structured with fix windows and structure (the essentials) and after that a series of house cubes are introduced to configure the space depending on the needs. The have been curated also the common spaces. Published in KoozArch
Preliminar designs of masterplan
Final masterplan for south sector
ICONIC VS NORMAL.
How to build a postcrisis bridge Course : 2013/14. 4th year architecture project. Politecnico di Milano Prof: Maria Grazia Folli Work team: InĂŠs Baquera, Celia Cardona, Eric Folli, Luca Marullo. The aim of this course was to design a footbridge connecting a residential area from Milan, Cascina Merlata to the Area where Expo 2015 took place. We tried to combine a reduction in costs; choosing a recycled finishing material: water pipes, treated with water resistant paint, with a high performance of the structure; using a reticular beam. This choice was also influenced by the high distance between supports.
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Competition Year 2012. Transiting Cities, Latrobe Valley, Autralia
Work team: Natalia Arruda, Celia Cardona, Natalia Pedraza + collaborators. The main idea was to create a route that connects Churchill centre with an innovative “New Energies Research Campus” at the north of Morwell, branded as “Re-Energy Valley”. This route represents a transverse process, which connects short-term projects to longterm projects of implantation, and maintains the set of ideas linked as a whole. Along this axis, people could find all kind of examples of sustainable energies, where all senses would get involved while walking through, biking or jogging. Along it, they will find, integrated with nature, dynamic energy , wind energy receptors and solar energy panels, inserted into the fields located around the path where crops will be grown for obtaining bio-fuel and biomass.
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An all mood house for today creatives. Competition Year 2016. Alter Ego Art Battle Berlin, Germany WINNER. Silver Prize Status: BUILT Work team: BIVIO Architettura Paula godoy and Celia Cardona As the day blends into night, so does the colourful spectrum of the main room, which intends to break the regular working schedule, making the place timeless. The sun, sky and earth are represented in the bedroom, reaching serenity during the rest time. “The family, the society, the culture, puts us in a mold; When we get out of the mold, healing begins and not only thWWat: you have to do something that you have never done and the harder it is, the better “ -Alejandro Jodorowsky
Color schemes were taken from iconic rooms seen on the film “The holy Mountain”, by Alejandro Jodorowsky.
A flexible room for a single man. Competition Year 2017. 35W2, launched by Slow Wood, Italy
Work team: BIVIO Architettura Paula godoy and Celia Cardona Concept design for a living room - open kitchen flexible space in 35m2 using specific types of wood, such as Amaranth, termotreated Oak and Bostamarinde. The project provides a modular shelving system based on vertical uprights and angled reinforced elements that hold the modules. A pulley mechanism moves down the vertical wood elements to cover the counter and make kitchen less present when itâ€™s needed.
Low cost scenography Play: 20th January 2017. Circolo Everest, Vimodrone, Italy Status: BUILT Work team: BIVIO Architettura Paula Godoy and Celia Cardona Play: Michele Rota Budget: 50eur including costumes.
Simple ans low cost scenography for a play for Memory Day. Three prisoneers work on their enclosing wall trying to find a way to escape. Audienceâ€™s help may be essential for them at the right time. A hole on the wall will advice with led lights when help is required.
Pictures 1 and 4 courtesy of Elena Tramontani.
Small contests proposed by clients directly. A. The messy balance.
2016. WINNER: 1st prize.
Interior design for a multifunctional living room / art space with the possibility of dividing the space in two. B. Seaside Cabins 2016. WINNER: 3rd Prize. Hotel rooms based on container frames. Developing of a modular reusable shell system able to be disasembled and remounted. C. (more) pizza, please! 2017. WINNER: 2nd Prize. Interior design for a pizza restaurant and take away in Jamaica based on their first restaurant in Kingston. A, B, C are Interior Design contests proposed by direct clients on website gopillar. com Work team: BIVIO Architettura Paula Godoy and Celia Cardona
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