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PORTFOLIO chiara colapietro

2018


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CONTACT e-mail: chiaracolapietro@gmail.com telephone: +39 340 22 36 098 address (Italy): via Fontesecco 29, 67100, L’Aquila address (Germany): Hausburgstrasse 8, 10249, Berlin in: www.linkedin.com/in/chiaracolapietro issuu: www.issuu.com/chiara_colapietro


ABOUT ME I’m a 33 years old architect with a master’s degree in Architecture and Building Engineering. After a four-year period of working in Italy, I decided to continue my career abroad to enrich me, both professionally and personally. I’m an active person, with the ability to adapt myself to different tasks and works, as a team or individually. I consider myself responsible, creative, quite attentive to details and really passionate about art, graphics and design. I’m always looking for cues and ideas to enrich my cultural heritage. I have an open mind and for this reason too, I love travelling and reading.


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RESUME life experience


education

work experience

Engineering University of L’Aquila December 2014

Studio Michele Giuliani Engeneering, L’Aquila (Italy)

Professional register

Professional cooperation in architectural projects connected to restoration and refurbishment of historical buildings (both document and project management).

Engineering University of L’Aquila December 2013 Master’s degree in Architecture and Building Engineering Thesis: University Campus in Giulianova (Italy) Final mark: 109/110

March 2017 - February 2018

Safety on building sites (both document and pratical management). Competitive tenders in Italy.

Dunamis Architettura s.r.l., L’Aquila (Italy) February 2014 - February 2017

I.T.A.S. Elena di Savoia, L’Aquila July 2004 High school diploma in foreign language Final mark: 100/100

languages italian: mothertongue english:

fluent

french:

basic

german:

basic

Professional cooperation in architectural projects (design of new buildings, refurbishment and restoration of historical buildings, competitions). Competitive tenders in Italy and France.

personal skills and interests hard-working / focused / committed / energetic / positive / creative / communicative / responsible / available to travel / team work / adaptably to multicultural environment / easy-going art / graphic / design / photography / litteraure / music / travel / cinema

software Autocad:

advanced

Ecotect:

good

SketchUp:

advanced

3D Studio Max:

basic

Photoshop:

advanced

Allplan Nemetschek:

basic

InDesign:

good

Revit:

basic

Rhinocerus:

basic

Illustrator: good


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RECOMMENDATION a letter from dunamis architettura


DUNAMIS ARCHITETTURA

L’Aquila, 19.02.2017 I, the undersigned, Stefano Balassone, the engineer and sole administrator of Dunamis s.r.l. Architecture and Engineering, located in 34, via Monte Velino, L’Aquila, 67100 (Italy), write this letter of recommendation for Engineer Chiara Colapietro, with whom I have cooperated from February 2014 to February 2017. Engineer Chiara Colapietro has always carried out her assignments with dedication and continuity; she is a precise and meticulous professional and she manages to combine the commitment and the concentration needed for a correct execution of the work with the necessary sociality and relational intelligence required in teamwork. Moreover, she has an excellent professional independence; she is also able to fit in working groups with very great profits. She has carried out architectural design, both in international competitions and in relation to post-earthquake* design experience, in which she has contributed to draft projects of high technical and administrative complexity. She also made Dunamis s.r.l a significant contribution on the construction sites, supporting our studio with her reliability and accuracy. Judging by my experiences, Chiara Colapietro is a professional with high human and technical value, essential requirements in today’s world of work. Yours sincerely,

Sole Administrator of Dunamis Architettura s.r.l.

* On April 6th 2009 the city of L’Aquila was almost entirely destroyed by a very strong earthquake.

DUNAMIS ARCHITETTURA s.r.l. 34, via Monte Velino, L’Aquila, 67100 (Italy) - tel. 0862 580082 e-mail: studio@dunamisarchitettura.com


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CONTENTS work

exper ience

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FOLIAGE HOUSE

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ALFIERI GALLI PALACE

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MOSCARDI PALACE

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BOX ON A SQUARE

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THE MILL

Vascapenta neighborhood, L’Aquila (Italy)

L’Aquila (Italy)

Camarda, L’Aquila (Italy)

Scoppito, L’Aquila (Italy)

Loretuccio neighborhood, L’Aquila (Italy)


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THE MEDICI TOWER

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PIAZZA DELLA SCALA

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PHASMATODEA | E13

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INNOVATIVE SCHOOLS

Santo Stefano di Sessanio, L’Aquila (Italy)

L’Aquila (Italy)

Milan, (Italy)

Espoo, Uusimaa (Finland)

Sora, Frosinone (Italy)

This porfolio is a selection of the main projects I’ve collaborated with. The full list is available at the end of the document. Thank you for the time you spent to consult it.


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OLIAGE F H OUSE EXECUTIVE PROJECT


main tasks

architectural relief / architectural project / structural intervention project / systems design / document management / building site controls

problem solving

briefing with the owner to meet their needs in relation to the architectural project

software

Autocad / 3d Studio Max / Vray / Photoshop / Illustrator


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Schedule: renovation and extension 330 sq. m. Site: Vascapenta neighborhood, L’Aquila (Italy) Client: private

Budget: â‚Ź 430.000,00 Year: 2016 Status: under construction


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The project consists of the reconfiguration and expansion of a rural building located on the outskirts of the municipality of L’Aquila, on an irregular-shaped plot of land lying on a marked slope characterised by the presence of dense oak woods. The existing structure is the result of a series of extensions over the time which distorted the original layout of a traditional stone-built barn. The front is the only facade with a wonderful view towards the Gran Sasso mountain range, shared by all the main rooms. The project involves the construction of an open-plan basement room which would connect the preexisting block to the extension built on the north-eastern corner of the plot;

the echoing of the hut-type shape and the subsequent mutual reference between the two structures tends to underline their different building periods. The finishing of the lower section, a strongly distinctive feature of the entire project, is achieved using grooved and painted plaster in the typical shades of autumn leaves, to create a unifying effect that is deeply rooted in the natural surroundings. Meanwhile, the upper sections will be covered in white plaster, as will the two pitched roofs, so that they appear as alien elements simply resting on a base whose colour scheme blends with its surroundings.


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Current status: heterogeneity / unfinished / mountain view closed / outer proximity to the lot boundaries

North-east elevation

toilet

a rchive

Topic: uniform basement on the street front to join the public activities toilet

k itchen o ffic e e ntry Topic: completation of the traditional “cabin-shaped� house

restoring lab

Ground level


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Topic: cut of the cabin-shaped house

North-west elevation

b edroom t oilet

office

b athroom Topic: slipping of the halh cabin due to the outer proximity to the lot boundaries

restorer office k itchen

o ffice conference room

First level

waiting room

Project: homogeneity / completed / mountain view opened / distance from the boundaries


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A LFIERI G ALLI P alace

EXECUTIVE PROJECT


main tasks

architectural intervention project / architectural project of the internal courtyard / constructive details

problem solving

architectural integration of modern design elements in a listed XVI century palace

software

Autocad / 3d Studio Max / Vray / Photoshop


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Schedule: restoration and seismic improvement 4000 sq. m. Site: L’Aquila historic centre (Italy) Client: consortium “Cimino - Crispomonti” Preservation order: listed building Budget: € 9.959.388,53 Year: 2016 Status: work in progress

The design focuses attention on fundamental themes, among which the rebuilding of damage suffered as a result of the 2009 earthquake and the redevelopment of some issues concerning the main and the secondary courtyard. In the main courtyard, the plan is to replace the projecting volume and harmonise it with the loggia on the piano nobile, the refurbishment of the loggia itself and the enhancement of the terrace covering on the last floor. The overhanging sections run the entire length of the upper level on the south facade and continue for a short section of the western side. At the south-east corner, it

meets the third and final arched section of the loggia, enclosed with a wall characterised by a closed window framed by a bevelled cornice. This clash is created by a lack of compatibility between the geometries typical of the two architectural elements, with the result of hindering the rhythmic harmony underpinning the exquisite two-level colonnade. The restoration arises from the need for a complete removal of the existing structure, which has proved to be deficient in both structural and construction terms, and, in parallel, the determination to resolve the issue of coexistence of the


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loggia and the adjacent overhanging section. The newly-erected section is constructed with a flat roof and a steel frame which echoes the existing structure but without reproducing the uneven rhythm of the brackets. On the side facing of the courtyard, the front is marked by a C-shaped incision which continues on the south side, following the stringcourse of the loggia and changing it from a protruding element to a concave one. This horizontal feature creates a slight lag between the storeys, with the lower section receding and thus perceived as a new portion of the parapet.

Furthermore, the intervention on the rounded arcades on the east corner consists of replacing the wall of the third arcade with a curtain wall in ferro finestra related to the reopened framed window. On the upper level, the new design of the covering is marked by a flat steel structure for the pillars, on axes with the columns below, which support an L shaped steel profile that, in turn, holds up the H-beams that sustain the safetyglass panels.


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Section of the terrace

1. Pillar realized with flat sections corten steel 285x25 cm, th. 10 mm; 2. Pillar realized with flat sections corten steel 309x25 cm, th 8 mm; 3. Transversal hardening realized with a crossing bolt Ă˜ 16 and 4 spacer cylinders made of corten steel; 4. Capital realized with a UPN corten steel section 140x60 mm, th. 7 mm;

5. Border beam realized with a L corten steel section 110x110 mm, th. 10 mm; 6. Beam realized with a cortain steel IPE 100; 7. Ί corten steel section th. 1.5 mm; 8. Corten steel canal for rainwater collection, th. 2 mm; 9. T corten steel section 30X30 mm, th. 5 mm; 10. Flat corten steel sections to outdistance, width 40 mm, variable heigh, th. 3mm;


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Detail number 2 Pillar

Detail number 3

11. T corten steel section 30x30 mm, th. 5 mm, to support the glass panels; 12. Structural glass panel, th. 15 mm; 13. Glazing bead; 14. Beam realized with a L corten steel section 150x100 mm, th. 12 mm; 15. Corten steel bolt Ø 8; 16. Coach screws Ø 12; 17. Neoprene rubber;

Detail number 4

18. Foundation realized with anchor plates 500x350 mm, th. 10 mm; 19. Coach screws Ø 20 to anchor the plate to the brick wall; 20. L corten steel section 100x50 mm, th. 8 mm; 21. Welding between the L corten steel section 100x50 mm and the anchor plate.


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Detail 1: contact between the courtain wall and the overhanging sections


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1. Curtain wall in thermal profilferro, made of corten steel; 2. Pillar that support the curtain wall (made of corten steel); 3. Stone frame; 4. L section connecting the stone frame with the T section pillar and beam; 5. Pillar that support the stone frame, realized with a T section made of corten steel 160x95 mm, th 14 mm, connected to the steel structure in the floor (21); 6. Beam that support the stone frame, realized with a T section made of corten steel 160x95 mm, th. 14 mm; 7. C section made of corten steel 60x70 mm, th. 2 mm; 8. C section made of corten steel 50x65x40 mm, th. 2 mm; 9. Steel stay-rod Ă˜ 14; 10. Connecting system between the courtain wall and the vault, realized with a C section molded as an arch; 11. Isolating 60 mm and plasterboard; 12. Beam that connect the structure of the stone frame with the masonry, realized with a L section medo of steel 100x100 mm, th. 8 mm; 13. Beam that support the Aquapanel Outdoor wall type, realized with a L section made of steel 150x100 mm, th. 8 mm; 16. Bolt in corten steel Ă˜ 8; 17. Brick wall, connected to the parapet in stones, that support the curtain wall, th. 120 mm; 18. Insulation 30 mm and plasterboard; 19. Windowsill made of stones; 20. Wall made of cellular concrete th. 200 mm; 21. Steel structure in the floor.


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Study models of different solutions for the contact between the curtain wall and the overhanging sections.


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main tasks

architectural relief / damage relief / construction techniques relief / architectural project / structural intervention project / quantity relief / document management

problem solving

briefing with the owners to meet their needs in relation to the architectural and restoration project and to the structural requirements

software

Autocad / Photoshop / Primus


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Schedule: restoration and seismic improvement 3000 sq. m.

Preservation order: landscape protection

Site: Camarda historic centre, L’Aquila (Italy)

Year: 2016

Client: consortium “Dalla Piazza al Treo”

Budget: € 4.012.161,00

Status: work in progress


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The buildings that form the consortium are bounded by two important sites in the village, Piazza del Duomo (south) and Piazza del Treo (north) and they represent the spine that connects the main square and its Church with the fortified Tower at the top of the village. The first setup belongs to the medieval times (some elements, like the profferlo, are still present) but the first half and the end of the spine have been strongly modified during the XIX and XX centuries, enriching some buildings with brick cloister vaults decorated with paintings (an example is Moscardi Palace) and impoverishing some others with superfetations. The restoration project intends to maintain the main

authentic features of all the buildings, especially for the elements that have a particular historical value; for this reason, every unoriginal part has been removed. As regards the structures, it is envisaged to reinforce the bearing walls and the vaults with the BFRP technology and to reconstruct the missing or damaged parts with traditional methods (bricks and lime mortar for the walls and local wood for the roof). It is also planned to restore the paintings and the ornaments and to clean the stone elements. Finally, in order to harmonise the facades, in relation to both the village and the landscape, the buildings will be refined with lime plastering and shades closely linked to the context.


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Elevations along Piazza Duomo, via del Duomo, via del Treo, Piazza del Treo


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Examples of vaults that have to be restored

Examples of collapsed vaults


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Elevations along via del Vallone


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Architectural section


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ARCHITECTURAL INTERVENTATION PROJECT

STRUCTURAL INTERVENTATION PROJECT

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restoration of the painted vaults; restoration of the ancient terracotta tiles floors; inventory of doors and windows to establish which have to be replaced, replaced but with the recovery of the ancient iron locking mechanisms or totally restored; selection of new pavements; selection of new doors and windows; new stairs in steel and wood.

scuci-cuci method to fill niches and holes in the walls, carried out with bricks; new external walls realised with heat blocks; new inside walls to divide the building units; new walls realised with metallic square sections; repair of the damaged vaults; reinforcement of the floors or construction of new floors with steel; reinforcement of the stairs built on vaults.


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EXECUTIVE PROJECT


main tasks

architectural project / systems design / document management / building site controls

problem solving

briefing with the owner to meet their needs in relation to the architectural project

software

Autocad / SketchUp / Photoshop


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Schedule: private house 300 sq. m. Site: Scoppito, L’Aquila (Italy) Client: private

Budget: â‚Ź 350.000,00 Yea1r: 2015 Status: under construction

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The project concept sees the interaction of two different architectural elements: a pure form, generated by the base square through an extrusion process and an outer surface, the envelope, which marks the whole building with the distinctive feature of the dark brick curtain. Inside the volume and in adherence to two of the external fronts there’s the Box, an element with a determinate longitudinal character that breaks the central square. All the surfaces which do not lean against the limits of the extruded volume are coated with white plaster, as well as the cut that crosses the base volume along the main front. The building is therefore characterized by a dual nature: in the eyes of those who go through the spaces around the basic square, fronts appear almost completely blind and marked by the regularity of the curtain, while from the main front the development of the L shape of the building is perceived, with the upper floor that juts above the entrance creating a large porch as a natural extension of the interior spaces. On each of the two levels above ground, there are fronts that open to the south, punctuated by a series of openings that arise from the intense dialogue between square shapes or connected with them. The building is on three levels. On the ground floor, there is a large living area open directly on the garden and closed to the south-east with an open kitchen. The main entrance leads to the straight scale that leads to the upper floor. The whole range of entry is open to the entire height and lit by large skylights; the upper floor has four bedrooms and two bathrooms and opens onto a large terrace on the roof. The basement, as well as a double garage, cellar and utility rooms, also features a large sitting area open onto a patio basement dug on the south-east.


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Building site photo


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Section AA’

Elevations


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EXECUTIVE PROJECT


main tasks

architectural relief / architectural project / details design / document management / building site controls

problem solving

briefing with the owners to meet their needs in relation to the architectural and restoration project and to the structural requirements

software

Autocad / 3d Studio Max / Vray / Photoshop


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Schedule: restoration and seismic improvement 320 sq. m.

Preservation order: landscape protection

Site: Loretuccio neighborhood, L’Aquila (Italy)

Year: 2015-2016

Client: private

Budget: â‚Ź 344.093,60

Status: work in progress

Extrados of the brick cross vaults


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The Mill of Loretuccio is located nearby the river Aterno, in order to use the driving force of the water to extract medicinal oils. An inscription on the millstone, dated 1709, suggests that the building was built in the XVIII century and it was part of a larger system of mills today completely lost: the millstones were located on their basement and they were connected in series with a network of hypogeous channels. The original horizontal wood shovel is still present in the vaulted room and even the channels are fully preserved. The remaining part of the building is used as a house: the ground floor consists of two separated rooms, a cellar and a living room with a little wc. The first floor, whose access is only from the outside with a profferlo revised during the XX century, is the real house. The restoration project intends to maintain the main authentic features of the building, especially for the millstone room and to reorganise the house. From the architectural point of view, the main changes are: on the grand floor, the connection between the two rooms to create a more comfortable living area and the reopening of two arches, to establish the original opening system of the building. On the contrary, the first level, with the sleeping area, is completed updated and the main entrance is moved inside. Moreover, a mezzanine is designed over the wattle vaults of these rooms. From the structural point of view, the interventions are the reinforcement of the walls and the vaults of the ground level, the replacement of the ancient wattle with a new one for the vaults of the first floor and the reconstruction of the roof with wood.


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brick barrel vault

p rivate garden

brick croos vault

(storage)

b asement

private garden

music room

shovel room

(storage)

s auna

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Stairs to access to the shovel room

l iving room

Horizontal wood shovel room

e ntrance

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k itchen

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Vaulted room that contains the shovel


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Wattle vaults

Wattle vaults wood structure and wood roof

First level after the demolitions

First level project studio (crawl space)

wattle vaults bedroom

bedroom (kitchen)

studio

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entrance

r elax (wc)

b edroom

l obby


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Detail of the suspended system


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1. Curtain wall in thermal profilferro; 2. Steel jar; 3. Steel staircase, th. 10 mm. The flight is, in the first part, suspended and in the second part anchored to the vault; 4. Slab made of steel and hollow flat tile, th. 200 mm; 5. Duoble T section steel pillar, high 120 mm; 6. Steel flat section 1100x100 mm, th. 6 mm; 7. Steel bolt Ø 8; 8. Steel rod Ø 18, to connect the steps to the slab; 9. Steel sleeve;

10. Stiffening steel rod Ø 18 connected to the courtain wall; 11. Glass parapet; 12. U steel section, th. 6 mm, to support the parapet; 13. Plasterboard, th. 20 mm; 14. Floor, th. 10 mm; 15. Screed, th. 5o mm; 16. Screed; 17. Hollow flat tile, th. 60 mm 18. Plaster; 19. Cellular concrete block;


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main tasks

historical study / architectural relief / architectural project

problem solving

due to the complete destruction of the tower the study of the building was based on different stages of relief, analysis, diagnostic and critics, on a wide photo array and on the recovery of the original stones

software

Autocad / Photoshop


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Schedule: monumental restoration Site: Santo Stefano di Sessanio, L’Aquila (Italy) Client: city of Santo Stefano di Sessanio Preservation order: listed building and landscape protection Budget: ₏ 1.505.000,00 Year: 2015 Status: contracting

The tower before the earthquake

The tower after the earthquake


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The tower project

The tower of Santo Stefano di Sessanio was heavily damaged by an earthquake in 2009; what remains of the old building is rather a small portion of the perimeter wall. The reconstruction project of the tower accepts the operating condition of the significant loss of the old building and assumes the character of reconstruction in the direction of conservation and protection of its historical value and testimony for the entire village. The project recovers the tower both in its functional terms, as a container of its own history (the front floor entrance space is destined to become a small multimedia installation) and in fruitful terms, organizing an internal path able to re-read its original spatiality for the entire height. The climbing system, organized as a visual smooth, continuous itinerary along the perimeter of the wall and along the circumference of the tower, becomes home to its spatial representation, spaces and narrative contents for several exhibitions, even for small and temporary exhibitions. The path of ascent, entirely made of corten steel, develops on the circular perimeter, emphasising the shape and proportion of the space, up to the last covered exit ramp on the roof, for which, instead, a linear direction was chosen, a direction which traces the diameter of the cylinder.


57 58 Study of the defence system of communication in the Abruzzo territories. The castles were connected by visual alignments that allowed them to transmit messages with a knock-on effect. The communications took place with torches during the night and mirrors during the day. Entry at height (XIII century): connected with the Castelvecchio Calvisio and Collepietro towers Crenel (XIII century): control of the ancient sheep track Entry to the ground floor (after the Medici period) Windows (Medici period): visual connection with Barisciano village

Study of the ancien units of measurement french foot: 0.3248 m florentine arm: 0.5836 m


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Alignments on the tower of Santo Stefano di Sessanio


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Plan of different levels (1.20m / 5.10m / 8.90m) and details of the stair.


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EXECUTIVE PROJECT


main tasks software

architectural project / 3d modeling / constructive details Autocad / Allplan Nemetschek / Photoshop


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Schedule: replacement of residential building 1250 sq. m.

Budget: € 1.650.690,00

Site: L’Aquila (Italy)

Status: under contract

Yea1r: 2014

Client: ATER L’Aquila

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The project involves the construction of a public housing damaged by the earthquake of 2009 and moves from the need to maintain shape, interior surfaces and maximum overall dimensions of the building unchanged, with the aim to give a new identity to the building immersed in the context of the outskirts of the village. The guideline of the project has sought the regularization of the outer shell, the simple rectangular reported by eliminating voids of small lodges present on several fronts and the incorporation of the raw surfaces to create large terraces. The outer areas, gathered on the main front, form a long balcony for the living space, which features the entire south elevation. A continuous system of technical blinds has been inserted to shield the terraces which, covering the overhangs, turns them into a real volume: in addition, their being moveable and colourful make the prospect come alive and alternatively permeable and impermeable to light and views. The north is characterized by service lodges that draw two regular and symmetrical aces, in contrast with other openings, which, for various dimensions and proportions, position themselves more freely, also alternating on side faces. The railings of the lodges and exterior windows are stained glass, to recall the colours of the curtains of the main front. The cover has a complex geometry, six-foot layers that reinterpret the classic shape of the pavilion perimeter adjusted by a simple movement of the ridge. In addition to the new design of the attack on the sky, the entire volume is redefined by continuity, geometrical and material, between external fronts and roof.


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North-east elevation

Section

Study model: front

Study model: back


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South-east elevation


67 68 1. Plaster, th. 10 mm; 2. Cellular concrete blocks (Ytong system), 625x200 mm, th. 360 mm; 3. Cellular concrete slub to reduce the thermal bridging, th. 45 mm; 4. Mortar, th. 15 mm; 5. Rolling shutter box, 86x87.5 mm; 6. Fabric shadowing roller blind with motor commands; 7. Coloured glass parapet;

Detail: roof

Detail: pvc window / shadowing system / glass parapet

8. L steel glazing bead to the wall, th. 3 mm; 9. Stone threshold; 10. Stoneware floor, th. 11. Screed, th. 50 mm; 12. Cellular concrete th system), th. 50 mm; 13. Subflooring insulatio 14. Floor; 15. Reinforced concrete


1F profile to anchor the glass 12 mm;

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Detail: pvc window / shadowing system control 16. Counterframe 79x86 mm; 17. Plasterboard; 18. Thermal pvc window; 19. Heat-reflecting membrane, th. 18 mm; 20. Levelling layer. th. 5 mm; 21. Cellular concrete thermal insulation (Ytong system), th. 140 mm; 22. Copper gutter; 23. Wood support element; 24. Vapor barrier;

25. Roof floor; 26. Stainless steel guide rails (AISI 316), th. 4 mm; 27. Steel parapet; 28. Slope screed; 29. Waterproofing bitumen membrane; 30. Reinforced concrete slab, th. 240 mm; 31. Circular aluminum box section Ă˜ 130 mm, silver anodized 20 micron/meter; 32. Steel rolling rewinder Ă˜ 78 mm; 33. Steel bracket with L section 40x10 mm, th. 3 mm.


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COMPETITION

The project moves from the issue of how to conceive an urban intervention on a square already framed by monumental buildings. An answer was found in the necessity of considering the square’s walkways the only malleable front which is plastically modelled according to the elements that surround it. Each element is reinterpreted in a contemporary way, depending on the role that the city of today gives it.


program site

international competition to reconfigure a public space Milan, Italy

client

municipality of Milan

year

2015

main tasks software

analysis / concept development / architectural project / design / layout development / modelling / teamwork organisation Autocad / Photoshop / Illustrator


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73 74 BLOCK / CANVAS / FIELD LINE The concept aim is to modify the current urban square, static and self-referential, marked by a centripetal nature, in a dynamic, opened and centrifugal space, that steps outside the beltramiani’s block boundaries. The interaction between the project elements, the canvas and the field lines , models the new square, overturning the old system and leading it to relate to the surrounding space.

SHAPED SPACE The historic and artistic “weight” of Leonardo Da Vinci’s monument bend the canvas and pushes the field line back, transforming them into convex signs.

THE SQUARE The result is a new square, an opened and dynamic space that embraces and invites people to fully live it.

MOBILITY In order to make the area a privileged walkable zone and keep the transit of vehicles on some routes, all motor vehicles seem unwanted guests treating the road with materials reserved for pedestrians. Even the historical tram path is confined into a marked way of Cuasso stone elements, while for the bike a compact strip was traced, leading from the new Via Verdi track to the Bike – Mi station.


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VEGETATION The centre of the square has been cleared from the green frame but the maples have been relocated elsewhere. A first group is set on Via Manzoni, to mark the rests of the old front built; this will make it possible to return to frame the La Scala theatre with the visual angle and free views that could be seen by the citizens at the time of its construction. The other copies will be located in the adjacent Largo Ferrari and Largo Mattioli, that will form two green spots in the city.

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The overall plan arises from the study of man’s interaction with nature. The principles of resilience, adaptability, integration, sharing and evolution are the tools used to respond to new scenic possibilities and each becomes a nodal point in the planning strategy. The location becomes a place endowed with the capacity for renewal: human action is mitigated in favour of a harmonious coexistence between man and nature.


program site

international competition “The adaptable city� Espoo, Uusimaa, Finland

client

Aalto University and municipality of Espoo

year

2015

main tasks software

analysis / concept development / architectural project / design / teamwork organisation Autocad / Photoshop / Illustrator


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81 82 • HOW TO USE NEW IMPUTS TO CHANGE URBAN SPACE

• CONCEPT

The answer to the problem of intereìaction between human and non-human is reached focusing on the process that could be taken as a repeatable method, capable of handling successive external inputs, due to the changing society and to the natural environment which the human society interplays with. Resilience, adaptability, integration, sharing and evolution are the basic tools of an approach that helps to define a methodological process of social and cultural development.

• PROCESS so PROJECT The areas already anthropised and subtracted to nature become the place where the regenerative capacity of nature is highlighted (resilience). Roads, car parks and built areas turn into useful spaces to exploit in the urban renewal process, for a drastic reduction of

the soil consumption. The clearings among the dense wooden areas become the place where the virtuous process of insertion of a man-made object can reveal its adaptability (STEP 01).


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83 84 Integration (STEP 02) is inside the proper nature of the system like a stick insect has mimesis inherent in itself being perfectly similar to the branch to which it leans. The building, in this way, becomes a long architectural element that twists itself through the vegetation and above the old Otakaari street. The resulting volume has large voids that become sharing places (STEP 03).

The system designed in this way has the capacity to evolve (STEP 04) according to potential scenarios: it’s a fluid project that is able to reinterpret new inputs with dynamic and continuous solutions. BEFORE THE PROJECT

AFTER THE PROJECT

IN THE FUTURE

This system has the capacity to evolve according to potential scenarios: if the population increases, some of the parking areas can be turned into accommodation, with the consequent increase in sustainable mobility. On the other hand, if the population falls, the system can respond with a reduction in the built volumes, devoting more space to the surrounding nature.


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COMPETITION

The aim of the project is to innovate by reinterpreting tradition. The school building returns to its role as a site for urban gatherings, sociability and culture, restoring the school as a place in which the concept of innovation extends to all elements of the design in order to turn it into a driver of society. The project arose from the desire to construct an architectural space which could reconnect town and territory.


program site

ideas competition “Innovative Schools� Sora, Frosinone, Italy

client

Ministry of Education, Universities and Research

year

2016

main tasks software

analysis / concept development / sketches / architectural project Autocad / Photoshop / Illustrator


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89 90 CONCEPT: the public space

The site belongs to nowhere, an area between the suburb, where the town is not yet the town, and a countryside that is no longer countryside.

The critical analysis of the traditional public system square palace - church is the instrument to rethink the public space.

The site of the project runs alongside the main access route into the town of Sora, a suburban setting characterised by a sparse construction in an area where the town is not yet town and the countryside is no longer countryside. The decision to prioritise the concept of a public, rather than “school�, space becomes the driving idea of the project. The square, the public thoroughfare, the public functions linked to educational functions, all become the subjects of a work of urban restitching of an outlying area which can find a polarisation of its identity in a new place.

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The culture of the public space becomes an innovative element in a didacticism of growth that is social rather than merely cultural. The existing building is linked via the public space to the newly-constructed building, underlining the concept of urban redevelopment.

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Second level


91 92 CONCEPT: the project

The compact volume is thus cut across by the trajectories that generate public space, creating a journey which, as it passes through the school building, becomes an artery of the new square in which library, offices, assembly hall and school define the public space and the new gathering place on the outskirts of town.

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PROJECT: flows

school

gym

administrative gym cultural

exhibition

The interior, devoted to education, was conceived as a space in which interpersonal relations are prioritised. The spacious entrance halls become piazzas for relationships between different flows; corridors are not conceived solely as ways to reach a classroom but as places for meeting and conversing, with green patios - large open spaces onto which the classrooms and shared spaces open and from which they draw natural light, air and colour. PROJECT: use


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NIVERSITY AMPUS

in Giulianova SENIOR THESIS


“This was not a park that was trying to recreate nature, but rather a piece of the city�. industrial archeology / urban requalification / conservation project / new buildings / landscape architecture / photovoltaic system integration


95 96 Current situation • urban analysis • climate analysis • buildings relief • historical analysis • damage and degradation relief • plants research • integrated photovoltaic system research

THE UNIVERSITY In the historical part of Giulianova there is a separate headquarters of the University of Teramo: this location lacks services needed for this kind of activity. THE SITE / THE INDUSTRY The choice of recovering and requalifying an industrial area, that is not suburban anymore, moves from the aim to create a university campus that is especially a public campus, arranged with services for all the citizens.

Canteen 100mq

Office 30mq

Fournace

Classrooms 520mq

Teacher class 20mq

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Restoration A blocks entrance B block: united to library Furnace: united to university

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Untouched C / D blocks: gym E block: housing Demolished for the high level of degradation


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recovery project of the furnace design project landscape project steel structure first project details energetic study integrated photovoltaic system application

THE UNIVERSITY Based on the analysis of the information attained from the MIUR, statistic and evaluation service and the european standards, especially the French ones, the new university and its services have been sized. THE SITE / THE PARK The choice of recovering an industrial area, that is not suburban anymore, moves from the aim to create a university campus that is especially a public campus, arranged with services for all the citizens and a park that stimulate all the senses.

Canteen 412mq + 75%

Office 107mq + 72%

Urban requalification

Classrooms 1100mq + 53%

Teacher class 83mq + 76%

The buildings (diversification of human activity) join the park and the park joins the buildings

Services 84mq + 100%

Library 1530mq + 100%

Vegetal diversification: a park alive all the year

Residence 1915mq + 100%

Colour diversification


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99 100 Landscape project


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101 102 Study of the facade system


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103 104 Study of the horizontal systems


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PROJECT LIST


EXECUTIVE PROJECTS 01

FR_I03 BUILDING COMPLEX

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SAN FLAVIANO COMPLEX

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PIAZZA CASTELLO COMPLEX

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Restoration and seismic improvement 2017-2018, Frascara, L’Aquila (Italy) architectural relief / damage relief / construction techniques relief / architectural project / structural interventation project / document management

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THE MILL

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THE MEDICI TOWER

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BOX ON A SQUARE

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F1386

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SS. ANNUNZIATA CHURCH

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P. ITALIA PRIVATE HOUSE

Restoration and seismic improvement 2017, L’Aquila (Italy) architectural project / structural interventation project / details design

Restoration and seismic improvement 2017, Castelnuovo, L’Aquila (Italy) architectural relief / damage relief / construction techniques relief / architectural project / structural interventation project / document management

ALFIERI GALLI PALACE

Restoration and seismic improvement 2016, L’Aquila (Italy) architectural interventation project / architectural project of the internal courtyard / details design

FOLIAGE HOUSE

Renovation and extention 2016,Vascapenta neighborhood, L’Aquila (Italy) architectural relief / architectural project / structural interventation project / systems design / document management

MOSCARDI PALACE

Restoration and seismic improvement 2016, Camarda, L’Aquila (Italy) architectural relief / damage relief / construction techniques relief / architectural project / structural interventation project / document management

Restoration and seismic improvement 2015-2016, Loretuccio, L’Aquila (Italy) architectural relief / architectural project / details design / document management

Monumental restoration 2015, Santo Stefano di Sessanio, L’Aquila (Italy) historical study / architectural relief / architectural project

Private house 2015, Scoppito, L’Aquila (Italy) architectural project / system design / document management

Replacement of residential building 2014, L’Aquila (Italy) architectural project / 3d modeling / details design

Restoration and seismic improvement 2014, Roio Colle, L’Aquila (Italy) relief of the frescos / parvis project

Replacement of residential building 2014, L’Aquila (Italy) architectural project / details design / system design


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COMPETITIONS

SAFETY

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INNOVATIVE SCHOOLS

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BUILDING 96

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EX ANTON DOHRN LIBRARY

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CAMPONESCHI N. 15

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35B COMPLEX

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FOLIAGE HOUSE

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THE MILL

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BOX ON A SQUARE

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P. ITALIA PRIVATE HOUSE

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School project 2016, Sora, Frosinone (Italy) analysis / concept / sketches / architectural project

Reconstruction of the central section of the Stazione Zoologica Anton Dohrn 2016, Naples (Italy) analysis / concept / architectural project / design / layout development

Restoration and seismic improvement of the building 96 in the monumental cemetery 2017-2018, L’Aquila (Italy)

Restoration and seismic improvement 2017-2018, L’Aquila (Italy)

Replacement of residential building 2017-2018, Barisciano, L’Aquila (Italy)

PIAZZA DELLA SCALA Public space reconfiguration 2015, Milan (Italy) analysis / concept / architectural project / design / layout development / modelling / teamwork organisation

PHASMATODEA | E13

Adaptable city 2: masterplan, university campus and housing 2015, Espoo, Uusimaa (Finland) analysis / concept / architectural project / design / teamwork organisation

WINE CULTURE CENTRE New Valpolicella Negrar winery 2014,Valpolicella,Verona (Italy) concept / architectural project

EX M.O.F.

Restoration and renovation of the former fruit and vegetable market 2014, Ferrara (Italy) concept / architectural project / details design

Renovation and extention 2016,Vascapenta neighborhood, L’Aquila (Italy)

Restoration and seismic improvement 2016, Loretuccio, L’Aquila (Italy)

Private house 2016, Scoppito, L’Aquila (Italy)

Replacement of residential building 2016, L’Aquila (Italy)


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Architecture Porfolio  

This porfolio includes my resume and a selection of the main projects I’ve collaborated with.

Architecture Porfolio  

This porfolio includes my resume and a selection of the main projects I’ve collaborated with.

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