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CLAUDIA STORELLI architectural portfolio 2013 2018


CLAUDIA STORELLI RESUME

Claudia Storelli 31 12 1994 Bisceglie , BAT Milan, 20136 viale Tibaldi 64 +393474003434 storclaudia@gmail.com https://www.behance.net/claudiastorelli https://issuu.com/claudiastorelli

EDUCATION jenuary, 2018

URBAN DESIGN WORKSHOP, CONTRAST TO URBAN POVERTY: new scenarios and projects for a network of places to improve the inclusion of the most deprived inhabitants. Milan | D+Design, Alberto Pizzati

2017 (on going)

MASTER OF SCIENCE: ARCHITECTURE, english course. | Architectural design professors: Carmen Arroyo, Isabella Inti Politecnico di Milano

september, 2016

ARCHITECTURE AND SELF-CONSTRUCTION WORKSHOP, CANPO 02 Corbola (Ro) | Giovanni Wenger

july, 2016

BACHELOR DEGREE: ARCHITECTURE, 108. | Architectural design professors: Luigi Trentin, Katia Accossato Politecnico di Milano

february, 2016

III LASUE INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP, INTENSIVE URBAN DESIGN STUDIO: how to define the future of the expo area. Milan | professors: Franco Purini, Laura Thermes

september, 2015

COURSE FOR QUALIFIED TECHNICIAN IN ENVIRONMENTAL ACOUSTIC Milan | professors: Giovanni Utica

july, 2014

RIFORMARE MILANO WORKSHOP AND EXHIBITION: requalifying project for Ripa di Porta Ticinese 12. Triennale design museum Milan | professors: Antonio Piva

september, 2013

ENGLISH LANGUAGE B2 COURSE Cambridge ESOL examinations

2013

SCIENTIFIC HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA Liceo Scientifico Leonardo da Vinci Bisceglie (Bat)


LANGUAGE

DESIGN SKILLS Windows, iOs AutoCAD Photoshop Adobe Illustrator Adobe InDesign SketchUp Rhynoceros Revit V-Ray Maquette

Italian (native), English, French (basics)

INTERESTS PHOTOGRAPHY GRAPHIC DESIGN

WORK EXPERIENCE March on going

2018

MVRDV

Architecture Intern | Concept, 2D, 3D modelling, maquettes. Rotterdam October March

2017/2018

September December

2016

Jenuary July

2016

FORESTIERI PACE PEZZANI Architecture intern | Concept, competition drawings, 3D modelling, maquettes. Milan 56k MEDIA SRL Graphic designer | General graphics, graphics for website, conferences presentation layout. Milan NEW URBAN LANGUAGES: 3rd conference for a new spatial justice Editorial designer | Organization of conference papers, proceedings layout system and graphic design of the final publication. Tu-Deflt

PUBLICATIONS Networking Twin Towns

in: NJONICA, vision, guide lines and prototypical projects for Badolato-Riace area in Calabria, 2017

https://issuu.com/carlogallelli/docs/njonica_isuu

Curators: Isabella Inti, Riccardo Mazzoni, Silvia Sbattella

New Urban Languages

collaboration: proceedings of the 3rd urban conference discussing new urban languages of equality, Justice and sustainable development, 2016.

https://nulconference.wordpress.com/ Curators: Daniele Villa, Roberto Rocco


SELECTED WORKS

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Architecture, urban design

p7

CONTINUUM | Casarsa (Pn) 2018

p15

NETWORKING TWIN TOWNS | Badolato (Ct)

2017

p29

HOUSE OF CREATIVITY

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Lodi (Lo) 2017

p39

VEGETABLE THOLOS

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Lodi (Bg) 2017

AFTER EXPO |

Milano (Mi) 2016

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p47

p55

p63

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ZERO ENERGY HOSTEL

| Bergamo (Bg) 2016

ATELIER HOUSE | 6X6 HOUSE

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Arona (No) 2015 Avilà, Spain 2015

HOTEL

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Milan 2015

Maquette

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SCUOL’AQUILA |

L’Aquila 2017

p77

SMALL THINGS |

Milano 2018

3 p81

Editorial design NEW URBAN LANGUAGES: 3rd conference for a new spatial justice |

Tu Delft 2015


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A R C H I T E C T U R E, U R B A N D E S I G N

01 BUILDING TECHNOLOGY STUDIO

sept/jen 2018 professors: Luca Fabris

CONTINUUM

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CONTINUUM BUILDING TECHNOLOGYSTUDIO

professors: Luca Fabris

MASTERPLAN

The old military area in the outer space of the city, is the place for a new intervention, based on a center for a Cold War Museums, a Wine Museum, and Hotel. Three of the old barracks have to be preserved. The aim of the project is to plan a system where the different functions work together, positively interfering each other. In this way, the central part of the area is a huge public space opening and connecting to the city, hosting in its organic shape the wine museum, sprawl in different XLAM pavillions. Each pavillion is devoted to a specific phase of production of wine, from collecting to bottleing. This 8

way the users can experience the traditional work on grapes while walking through the nature of the public space, characterized by the pre-existing grape fields and new plantations. The cold war museum takes place in the two old barracks, which have entirely been preserved, with the addition of new glass volumes, where the exhibition is organized. The two museums then are connected by a gate guilding, an elevated steel structure in the middle of the public area, hosting general functions related to the exposition. At the boudary zone of the area, the Luxury hotel found its place: it extends along the whole lenght

of the area, crossing also the third barrack, from which all the structures designed for the area take the dimension of the structural grid, as to emphasize the original character of the place. All the envelopes are designed to reach the performance of a zero energy building: in so doing all the transmittancy and resistance values have been computed in order to properly choose the materials necessary for this need, and also an energy system based on a gethermal heat-pump and solar collectors has been designed in order to supply this energy performance in both heating and cooling.


Gate Building

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SOUTH WEST ELEVATION AND DETAILS

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Wine museum

Collecting

Crushing

Fermentation

Barrel storage

Bottleing

Bottle storage

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Luxury hotel

RESTAURANT, ROOMS

plan

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room

open corridor 13


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02 TOWN PLANNING STUDIO

sept/jen 2017 professors:Isabella Inti

NETWORKING TWIN TOWNS

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NETWORKING TWIN TOWNS TOWN PLANNING STUDIO

professors:Isabella Inti

Starting from an analytical work based on the parallel development in upper town and Badolato Marina of the building typologies and public spaces by the decades, from 1850 to contemporary times, the whole design strategy primarily focuses on one of the main problems of this huge land: the lack of unity and homogeneity between parts, which consequently leads to a detachment of them all, forming a system in which the main parts don’t work together. For both the towns the strategy is to improve connections, developing an homogenous system, which for the newer Badolato Marina is firstly based on the division in four main districts, all directly connected to the waterfront: four main paths, all starting from a point which is the landmark public space for that proper district, ending with a pier on the beach. From the first district, ‘’South Marina’’ to the last one ‘’Foreign Village’’, we reorganized the landmark public spaces in order to

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> 2017: approval of the design guide lines (‘NJONICA and BAO20 map) by the municipality of Badolato.

give inhabitants a reference place in all the parts of the town, giving a new quality to a town which has no specific identity. Moreover it will be possible for them to come across the whole town arriving to the waterfront through a direct pedestrian path, crossing the huge green land, marked by a series of pavilions providing different public services. The connections are not limited at the urban scale, but they also come across the land: so with a system of pedestrian and bicycle path, it will be also possible to directly come to the upper town, crossing the land and all its viewpoints. Then, on t he other hand for the upper town, even maintaining the same strategy of network, the main issue was quite different. The shrinkage of this town will continue to be an issue in the years to come. Therfore, our study explores how to promote an increase in the population density of Babolato. The aim is to

give the opportunity to possible investors to come to Badolato and see its potential, in order to give it a new system of inhabitants herefore improving its economy. In view of this, we provided a diffused hotel sprawled throughout the town, using abandoned buildings and ruined ones. With an individualized design strategy for each, with the intention of preserving their rural identity. Was also provided a network in which every accommodation unit is connected to the main road. Furthermore, a series of public spaces is designed to improve this connection system, giving new spatial qualities and functions to existing medieval places. Also in this context the topic of landmark buildings remains central, four existing buildings along the main road have been renewed to become part of a wholistic touristic system.


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C-10 C-1 F-2 D-11 F-5 D-2 E-5 B-2 C-8 D-5 A-4 C-7 E-1

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BADOLATO SUPERIOR MASTERPLAN

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BADOLATO MARINA MASTERPLAN

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bridge

shadow area

pier

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STRATEGICAL POINTS


A deep study on the plantations was also made. In the upper town trees are used in buffer zones and green areas with the aim to consolidate the terrain which is deeply ustable,preventing collpase. in the Marina trees in buffer zones are used to separate the pathways from the traffic, defending them from noise and smog.

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DIFFUSE HOTEL SYSTEM

After mapping all the abandoned buildings in the upper town on the base of their condition (ruins, abandoned, lack of maintainance ...) a strategy for their re-use has been develope, forming a system of touristic accommodations. By their renovation and an amplification of the spaces if needed, we provided the municipality the possibility to host tourists to let them experience the city, its landscape and its potencialities.

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03 DESIGN STUDIO III

feb/july 2 0 1 7 professors: Martinez Arroyo Maria del Carmen

HOUSE OF CREATIVITY

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HOUSE OF CREATIVITY DESIGN STUDIO I

professors: Martinez Arroyo

Weapon associations

CULTURAL AND ARTISTIC FACILITIES

Art

Theater

Cinema

Poetry and literature

cultural facilities

infrastructures

agricultural land

settlements

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Computer and photography

The topic of the studio is the re-use of a three-courtyard complex which previously was a monastery. The goal, since the city of Lody has alway be known also for hospitality, is to provide a place where people coming from all around the world can share the same place. something that regards the relation between man and architecture. The main goal behind the project itself is properly that: to find a new level of communication which can work to let communicate people coming from different place in the world, with different cultural backgrounds. The materials, colors, the atmosphere linked to a certain architecture and the visual and physical sensations coming from the objects around us are at the base of this idea and the theoretical studies made befor working at the project. But mainly, the theme of creativity has been chosen in the way it represents a way to communicate and to gather people together which goes beyond the linguistic barrier of people of different nationalities. Therefore all the activities characterizing any place of the ex monastery are linked to arte and creativity, providing a place where to work, in and mainly outside the ex-convent, which is now a place for interaction and ‘’communication’’. The courtyard itself now becomes a place where people experience the place, the landscape and both, the artists working and their final work exposed on the curved-shape panels, in a multi-cultural experience which flows on the level of creativity.


Courtyard: missing of use and integration with the city

Missing of meeting points

Missing of landmark

Missing of connection in the complex

INDIVIDUALIZED URBAN CRITICALITIES

The new building in the area of the garage behind the complex, 9 meters lower than the area) plays an important role in this place: nowadays to get to via Vistarini from via Fanfulla and vice versa, you have to walk around the area. The role of the exposition building is meant to be also to connect these two streets, letting inhabitants have the possibility to directly come across tho whole area. Moreover, the public function of the new building and the open public space in the front was thoguht to help the whole complex to be more integrated than ever withe the city and the closest main axis, finding other public activities on the opposite historical front of the complex. It mediates between two

parts of the city which for historical reasons are nowadays divided and for morphological reasons on different levels: it works as an extension of the main courtyard, bringing the users directly towards the urban landscape of the city. The red grid, the red circular stairs, work as reference points, as people can see and perceive them as something dynamic: the stairs are public, and they directly connect users to the courtyard, creating a new communication between the two part of the area that couldn’t communicate before; the grid let users understand that in that specific part of the courtyard you cannot only work, you can perceive a different atmosphere, the one of the interaction among people working, people enjoying the

exhibition and the landscape. The exposition finds its specific place into the new building, where a new atmosphere can be perceived: the homogeneous alabaster façade has no openings, making the red volume of the stairs the only thing perceivable, but with the small thickness of 5 mm it lets sunlight come in, giving birth to a new kind space, where art finds it’s own place, it’s own atmosphere. All the work has been accompained by a deep initial preliminary study of the urban context and all the characteristics linked to arts and creativity, to better sustain the concept and to help us to develope it thinking about the future of the city starting from ita hystory. 29


CONTEXT

MASTERPLAN

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AXO

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The two lateral areas of the courtyard are dedicated to the exhibition, on the wooden circular panels where people can be gathered around, going also on the circular patios.

PANELS

POPUP IN COURTYARD 1

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PATIOS

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GRID

The main central courtyard in extended by the roof of the new exhibition building, and is characterized by a huge red grid, providing shadow to the workplace of the artist and to the main patio. POPUP IN COURTYARD 2

1:200

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ALABASTER FACADE

1:10

The ground floor of the exhibition building is public and completely opened to the city, making the circular volume of the stairs work as visible strong connection to the courtyard above. The facade is made of alabaster, working as a blurred surface with no openings, letting constantly and omogeneusly light come iside, thanks to its properties and to the small thickness of the alabaster panels, 5mm, which are crossed each other and also taken by steel ties fixed to the slabs. 34


SECTION

1:200

GROUND PLAN

1:100

VIEW FROM THE OPEN SPACE TO THE EXHIBITION BUILDING

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04 DESIGN STUDIO III

feb 2 0 1 7 professors: Martinez Arroyo Maria del Carmen

VEGETABLE THOLOS

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VEGETABLE THOLOS: IN HONOUR OF GIULIANO MAURI DESIGN STUDIO I

professors: Martinez Arroyo Maria del Carmen

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SITE PLAN

The relation with nature and the sensations coming from it to us as its users, are at the centre of the Giuliano Mauri’s thought and of its works of arts. Therefore, this pavillion is meant to communicate to the visitors the concept behind his world: the users are brought in a structure in which they are literally under, over and around nature. All the drawings are exposed on vertical wood elements marking the perimeter of the structure with a circular disposition, leading people to be gathered around the fagus tree in the middle of the pavillion, which also closes the structure as a natural roof.

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05 III LASUE INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP

march 2 0 1 6 professors: Laura Thermes, Franco Purini

AFTER EXPO

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AFTER EXPO III LASUE INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP

professors: Laura Thermes, Franco Purini

The project proposes a new use for the ex-expo area, aiming to create a ‘‘science ciity’’ composed by six centers of the University of Milan, residences for students and spaces for the developement of strat-ups, urbanizing the area with different cores that embraces buildings with a common destination. Those buildings are located orthogonally enveloping around a rounded reverse court. The decumano is characterized and lightened up in its thickness thanks to a green stripe and

to the presence of polyfunctional structures for students along itself. The italia and Zero pavillion are re-organized to become the place for rectorate and for showroom research use, while the farmhouse has been revonated and amplyfied to become a residence for students. The water is taken and in some points even brought inside creating new free and green zones. Furthermore a polysportive center and a large circular square had been addes to host big events and representations.

SITE PLAN

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DEPARTMENTS

DECUMANO

RESIDENCES

START-UP

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06 THEMATIC STUDIO I

march/july 2 0 1 6 professors: Eleonora Bersani

ZERO ENERGY HOSTEL

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ZERO ENERGY HOSTEL THEMATIC STUDIO I

professors: Eleonora Bersani

GROUND PLAN

SECOND FLOOR PLAN

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The project site is the city of Bergamo, with the theme of a student hostel designed thinking of a minimum energy consume. Two buldings with a central public open space, with a reference module for the accommodation unities, which all have in common a living room to be shared every pair of rooms. This living space is always meant to project outside giving the impression of a dynamic facade, and leading to the choice of a concrete structure. The ground floor is dedicated to public activities such as exposition and workshops, with a semi-public restaurant at the first floor, becoming all private starting from the third floor with the accommodations for students. The public space at the groun floor moreover, is characterized by a series of structures to let users study and work outside, resembling the the living boxes projected outside the facades.

1:20 SECTION

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ACCOMMODATION UNIT TYPE 1

ACCOMMODATION UNIT TYPE 2

SIXTH FLOOR PLAN

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SEVENTH FLOOR PLAN

ELEVATION

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VIEW FROM THE MAIN ROAD

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07 BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION DESIGN

march/july 2 0 1 5 Professors: Antonio Baggi, Cinzia Talamo

ATELIER HOUSE

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ATELIER HOUSE BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION DESIGN

Professors: Antonio Baggi, Cinzia Talamo

SECTION

1:20

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The project site is the city of Arona near Maggiore lake, at direct contact with the tipical northern italian lacustrine landscape. After fixing an ideological context based on a specific custumer request, an artist, we developing the design process until the 1:5 constructive detail. It is a two storeys building with a steel structure entirely in dry constructive technique. It is organized with the ground floor, dedicated to the work of the artist with movable panels, maintaining a

strong relation with the landscape in front of the building, the lake, through a projected slab, for an extension of around 2 meters,and a large horiontal opening. The whole construction replicates the natural feature of the context through the solution adopted for the facade. Infact a supporting steel sistem of c-shaped profiles fixed to the columns, takes a serie of horizontal fillets of a local wood. The projected slab has been also chosen in coherence to the eventual public function

that the ground floor may have, thinking to some small exhibition which can be arranged according to the artist needs. The first floor is dedicated to private activities. Moreover, the dry technique, led us to study a solution for the slab which is composed by a corrugated steel sheet, made rigid by osb crossed panel rather than cast in place concrete, giving a 45 degrees cut to the corrogated sheet in order to be properly put in the slab among the beams in the construction phase.

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DETAILS

1 Primary steel beam 2 Secondary steel beam 3 Steel column 4 Corrugated steel sheet 5 Wooden fillets 6 L-shaped steel profile 7 L-shaped steel profile 8 C-shaped steel support 9 Aluminium indow frame

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DETAILS

1:5

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DETAILS

1 L-shaped steel profile 2 C-shaped steel support 3 Steel plate 4 C-shaped horizontal steel element 5 Secondary steel beam 6 OSB panels 7 Radiant panels 8 Wooden pavement 9 Expansed polystyrene 10 Rigid termoformed panel

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AXO

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08 DESIGN STUDIO I

sept/jen 2015 professors: Luigi Trentin, Katia Accossato

3x3 HOUSE

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3x3 HOUSE DESIGN STUDIO I

professors: Luigi Trentin, Katia Accossato

This small desegn regards a unit with a ground floor of 3x3 m , for a university student with a particular interest for cinema and TV series. For this reason the aim of the project is to let the television be visible from the two main points of the house, the kitchen table and the bed. Both are placed on two different levels, so the TV is placed above the stairs, at a medium height, in front of the bed, leading me to give the slab a dyagonal cut.

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AXO

SECTIONS 63


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09 DESIGN STUDIO I

sept/jen 2 0 1 5 professors: Luigi Trentin, Katia Accossato

ACT HOTEL

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ACT HOTEL DESIGN STUDIO I

professors: Luigi Trentin, Katia Accossato

The project area is the newest part of Milano Porta Nuova, the one which nowaday has the strongest relation with the idea of ‘‘tower’’, with the Boeri and Pelli architectures, among the others. It is a design for an hotel which has to face the problem of an abandoned building which the administrations don’t now yet anything about its possibilities for the future. The idea at the base is to give the area the opportunity of a new accommodation center for the youngest, with a huge public ground floor becoming an integrated part of all the area hosting and supporting the activities and events around . The facades appear to have a huge and horizontale feature, which is actually in contrast with the new architectures around presenting that slender structure. For this reason the concept was to exagerate this difference, introducing an element which could amplify this contrast: small diffused voids corresponding to small re-entrant balcony, with different dimensions according to the typology of the rooms. Goind upper, the rooms at the last two floor are thought for long lasting permanences, with bugger rooms and wider balconies as well.

SITE PLAN

AXO 66


GROUND PLAN AND ELEVATION 67


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5,7 FLOOR PLANS

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To realize the dynamic play of voids in the facade, we organized an aternation of rooms, amond duplex, triple rooms and so on, since all of them have a different kind of balcony. In this way, duplex and triples were concentrated in two floors, and four bed rooms on ather two floors. Moreover the four bed rooms are thoght to give the possibility the the users to share a common kitchen in the middle with the corresponding balcony, becoming totally indipendent from the services if the hoste, if needed.


PERSPECTIVE

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MAQUETTE

11 INTERNSHIP, COMPETITION WORK

sept/jen 2 0 1 8 Forestieri Pace Pezzani

SCUOL’AQUILA

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SCUOL’AQUILA ARCHITECTURAL INTERNSHIP, COMPETITION WORK

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Forestieri Pace Pezzani

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FUNCTIONS

1-pedestrian access 2-public auditorium 3-multifunctional room 4-service room 5-flexible rooms 6-stairs to the roof 7-canteen 72


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CONCEPTUAL IMAGES: Use of spaces and athmospheres 74


This work represents the competition project for a new school at L’Aquila for the recontruction related to the earthquake of 2009. An irregular and flexed surface works as roof for the whole school,which is split into two buildings due to the presence of the interference by an underground water main. In view of this configuration the material chosen for the maquette is foam, worked by thermocut and and sand paper, in order to give the corrugated shape, modeled by Rhinoceros. With a postproduction work on the pictures taken of the model, different conceptual images were realized in order to explain use of spaces and athmospheres.

COMPETITION IMAGE: landscape

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MAQUETTE

12 INTERNSHIP, RENOVATION PROJECT

sept/jen 2 0 1 8 Forestieri Pace Pezzani

SMALL THINGS

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SMALL THINGS ARCHITECTURAL INTERNSHIP, RENOVATION PROJECT

Forestieri Pace Pezzani

original configuration

The 32 sqm of the vintage boutique in Moscova area in Milan is the starting point for the elaboration of the concept : the idea of increasing the surface for the exposition of clothes by ‘‘folding space’’. Infact in the first part of the shop, three bended panels of increasing heights allow the users to see most of the

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clothes available in the shop. Also the reflecting surfaces of the changing room is meant to give the impression of an amplified space. The storage lays behing a curtain in the back part of the shop. The maquette has been made starting from the furniture elements, which are put together in a sort of exploded axonometry

explaining how the space works. The idea to use silhouettes coming from the works of the designer Issey Miyake, which clothes are made by folded fabrics forming highly complicated textures, comes in coherence with the concept, to strenghten the idea of ‘‘folding space’’.


CONCEPTUAL AXONOMETRY

changing room

exposition panels

curtain for storage

mirror/partition

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EDITORIAL DESIGN

10 EDITORIAL DESIGN INTERNSHIP

sept/jen 2 0 1 5 Roberto Rocco, TuDelf Urbanism department

NEW URBAN LANGUAGES

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NEW URBAN LANGUAGES EDITORIAL DESIGN INTERNSHIP

Roberto Rocco, TuDelf Urbanism department

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At the Urbanism department in TuDelft in July 2015 urban planners and architects from different countries met to discuss and explore the concept of spatial justice and its implications for urban planners and designers, to understand in which ways we can describe, imagine and represent spatial justice, in a time in which the representation of reality can be used to distort, embellish, and falsify it. After the conference took place, all the authors submitted the papers (following a general basic layout) discussed during the meeting: the aim of the work was to reorganize them all to provide a clear, organized and fresh editorial design for the final publication of the NUL proceedins, to give back a complete summary of all the themes discussed, divided into four sessions as the themes treated during the conferences. 83

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