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CRISTINA DELLE VIGNE PORTFOLIO



ARCHITECT MID

Architect & Designer. Since I can remember, I´ve been in love with everything that involves Design. Contact

+593 992 519 813 +39 349 1730 787 cris_delle_vigne@hotmail.com cristinadellevigne@gmail.com


Education 2018 Master in Interior Design Florence Institute of Design Internarional Firenze, IT 2010-2016 Architect Universidad San Francisco de Quito Ecuador 1995-2010 Bachelor in Sciences Colegio Internacional SEK Quito Ecuador

Others July 2015-August 2015 Study Abroad MOB Makers of Barcelona Spain February 2015-June 2015 Semester Abroad Universidade de Évora Portugal

Languages Spanish English Italian Portuguese

Experience April 2018-Present Airbnb X Shiftsmart Luxury Property Inspector Firenze, IT September 2017-January 2018 ATU International Design Assistant, Home division Ecuador November 2016-July 2017 AHCS Projects Interior Designer, Sales Executive Ecuador August 2016-October 2016 PEIA Cia. Ltda Designer Ecuador July 2013-September 2013 Uribe & Schwarzkopf Architectural Draftsman (Intern) Ecuador

Skills Microsoft OfďŹ ce Autocad Illustrator Photoshop Sketch-Up KitchenDraw Archicad 3D Max V-Ray


S E L E CT E D W O R K S 2012-2018


4 ARCH OFFICE Atelier 2 · Fall 2012

4 Architects, 4 offices, 1 place. The 4ARCH OFFICE founded by colleagues who wanted to share a fine modern office, comprises of personal offices for each; in terms of shared spaces, the building has a workshop for the work team including personal working stations with computers, various easels to hand draw and paint, printers & plotters and a shared meeting room. Never forgetting the costumer, we provide a small cafeteria next to the entrance, wich provides a view of the backyard. The building also counts with a sales office/showroom to ease the work of the architects, passing the work over to the real state agents.


Perspective 1 | Street View


Cafeteria

Costumer Service

Lobby

Bathrooms

Floor 1

Library

Workstations

Printing Area

Workshop

Real State Office

Floor 2

Meeting Room

Storage

Exposition Hall

Office 1

Office 3

Balcony

Office 2

Floor 3

Office 4

LEFT Floor Plans | 1, 2 & 3


Perspective 2 | Work Stations

Perspective 3 | Lobby


Perspective 4 | Library


Perspective 5 | Offices

Perspective 6 | Logo


Perspective 7 | Backyard View



THE PIC GALLERY Atelier 1 · Spring 2012

Located in a middle terrain, therefore having only 2 facades, I worked in a simple minimalist design front to back. Color coated in black, representing a step forward from the face of existing masonry, to a white & pure space for the exhibit. Designed for the freelance photographers who are in need to showcase their work by renting a space in a modern gallery. Steel structure to minimize the weight in a 3x3m mesh, give wide spaces divided by walls to create different exhibition halls all around the 3 story building. Completing 6 picture exhibits, a cafeteria & patio in the back and a smoking area with balcony in the second floor, makes The Pic Gallery a first pick for the modern society photographers.


Perspective 1 | Street View


Hall Bathrooms

Entrance

Reception

Exhibition Area 1

Administration

Floor 1

Cafeteria

Balcony

Patio

Exhibition Area 2

Floor 2

Exhibition Area 4 Exhibition Area 6

Exhibition Area 5

Floor 3

Exhibition Area 3

LEFT Floor Plans | 1, 2 & 3


Perspective 2 | Recption

Perspective 3 | Exhibition Area 1


Perspective 4 | Double Height

Perspective 5 | Library

Perspective 5 | Exhibition Area 6


Perspective 6 | Exhibition Area 2

Perspective 7 | Exhibition Area 4-5


Perspective 8 | Patio



GALLERY+LOFTS Atelier 3 · Spring 2013

6 Photography artists tired of teaching classes all around the city, looking for rental showrooms to expose their work, and going elsewhere for revealing photos, decided to unify everything in one building. Mainly divided by zones, public & private, the GALLERY+LOFTS has its interactive and social areas in the first 3 stories. Containing a cafe with sculpture patio groundfloor, the photo showroom and beautiful resting area with a view in first floor, library and classrooms at second. Above we find the six lofts for the photographers including their personal photo revealing areas.


Perspective 1 | Street View


LIBRARY LOFT 1

BATHROOM

B.

S.

B.

S.

LOFT 2

BATHROOM

EXPOSITION AREA LAUNDRY

FLOOR 1

BATHROOM

LOFT 4

BATHROOM

LOFT 3

FLOOR 4

OFFICES

LOFT 5 BATHROOM

LAUNDRY

S.

B.

B.

SHARED TERRACE

S.

MULTIMEDIA AREA

BATHROOM

BATHROOMS

LAUNDRY

BATHROOM

ADMINISTRATION LOFT 4 CLASSROOM

LOFT 6

CLASSROOM

FLOOR 2

FLOOR 5

LOFT 1

LOFT 6

BATHROOM

LAUNDRY

LOFT 2

B.

S.

B.

DARK ROOMS

FLOOR 3

LAUNDRY

BATHROOM

LAUNDRY

BATHROOM

S.

LOFT 3

DARK ROOMS

LOFT 5

FLOOR 6

LEFT Floor Plans | 1, 2, 3,4,5,6


Perspective 2 | Photo Gallery

Perspective 3 | Resting Area


Perspective 4 | Indoor Street


Perspective 5 | Lofts

Perspective 6 | Bird View


Perspective 7 | Perspective



HIGH DENSITY HOUSING Atelier 5 ¡ Fall 2014

Two volumes compose the High Density Housing located in a commercial zone of the capital of Ecuador. Born throughout an urban plan connecting 2 main parks in the city; Carolina and Bicentenario Park. Connected end-to-end by a green path , this area is destined for bicycles and pedestrians; halfway path is where my project lands. To keep the merchandising market of the area moving, I kept the lower levels for commercial purposes and the upper levels for apartments. The interesting part about this project, is that the urban green path goes through it providing a friendly open space, without interrupting the users.


Perspective 1 | Bird View


actual merchandise zone

PARQUE BICENTENARIO

existing green area

RIO COCA

RIO COFA

ISLA FL OREAN A

GASPAR

AV. AMAZ ONAS

Relocated merchandise

AGOSTO NES

DE VILL AROEL

AV. 10 DE

green area created schools and cultural space

CALLE JA

PON

PARQUE LA CAROLINA

SUBSUELO ESC: 1:250

AV. DE LO S

intervention area

PLANTAS

principal vehicle flow regular pedestrian flow pedestrian intervention

SHIRIS

project locator N

CRISTINA DELLEVIGNE PLANTA 2 ESC: 1:250

PLANTA BAJA ESC: 1:250

SUBSUELO ESC: 1:250

PLANTAS

FELIPE PALACIOS CRISTINA DELLEVIGNE

Floor 1 | Stores & Commerce

Floor 2 | Offices PLANTA 3 ESC: 1:250

PLANTA BAJA ESC: 1:250

LAMINA 1/9

CRISTINA DELLEVIGNE

Underground 1 | Parking Lots

PLANTAS

FELIPE P

FELIPE


PLANTA 4 ESC: 1:250

PLANTA 2 ESC: 1:250

Perspective 3 | North to South Perspective 2 | South to North

CRISTINA DELLEVIGNE

CRISTINA DELLEVIGNE

PLANTA 5 ESC: 1:250

PLANTA 4 ESC: 1:250

PLANTA 3 ESC: 1:250

FELIPE PALACIOS

FELIPE PALACIOS

LAMINA 3/9

PLANTA 5 ESC: 1:250

LAMINA 2/9

CRISTINA DELLEVIGNE

Floor 5,7,9 | Apartments Floor 4,6,8 | Apartments

Floor 3 | OfямБces & Apartments

PLANTAS

PLANTAS PLANTAS

FELIPE P


9

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FACHADAS FACHADA OESTE

ESC: 1:250

FACHADA OESTE

ESC: 1:250

FACHADA ESTE

ESC: 1:250

FACHADA ESTE

ESC: 1:250

CORTE POR FACHADA ESC: 1:20 CORTE POR FACHADA ESC: 1:20

CRISTINA DELLEVIGNE CRISTINA DELLEVIGNE

FELIPE PALACIOS FELIPE PALACIOS

LAMI LAMI


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INA 6/9 INA 6/9

Perspective 4 | Bird View East

Perspective 5 | Aereal View


Perspective 6 | Urban Green Path



HIGH PERFORMANCE SPORTS CENTER Final Project · Fall 2016

12.637 mt 2 High Performance Sport Center is located in Quito´s ex airport, now park Bicenternario. Created for the ministry of sports, which doesn't have a proper sport center that concentrates all main sports played by citizens. The park plan distributes a series of bicycle routes that connect the park with the city, so I propose my building as a part of the bicycle circuit providing a place of transition, permanence and circulation. Taking into account the urban context that surrounds my terrain, I take advantage of my descendant terrain and build a single floor from street level not to cover the beautiful privileged view of surrounding buildings. The project contains 2 basketball courses, judo mat, gymnastics area, semiolympic pool, professional ping pong arena, cafeteria, nursing area, and outdoors tennis courts.


Perspective 1 | Bird View


OUTDOORS FOYER

ENTRANCE 2

SPORT CENTER

Perspective 3 | Semiolimpic Pool

AUDITORIUM

Perspective 2 | Main Hall


GYMNASTICS

MAIN ENTRANCE

Perspective 4 | BiciQ Parking

COSTUMER SERVICE

NURSERY

SEMIOLYMPIC POOL

BATHROOMS

N+4.00

CAFETERIA JUDO MATS

Perspective 5 | Coliseum


Perspective 6 | Bird View


Perspective 7 | Entrance View

Perspective 8 | Aereal View


VIA RICASOLI APT Atelier 1 · Spring 2018

As assignment we where given randomly a classmate´s appartment to re-do. My classmate apartment located in Center Florence is a one bedroom one bathroom. With a list of requirements she specified 6 things: Parquet flooring, no big kitchen (as she doesnt cook), bigger bathroom, bigger closet, all white and a pop of color. Therefor trading the small bathroom for a kitchenette, and the old kitchen for a bigger bathroom, I acomplish the classmate requirements as desired creating a more spacious student apartment.


Perspective 1 | Entrance


BEDROOM

KITCHEN

LIVING ROOM

ENTRANCE WC


Perspective 2 | Kitchenette

Perspective 3 | Livign

Perspective 4 | Bathroom

Perspective 5 | Bedroom


REPPUBLICA BOUTIQUE HOTEL Atelier 1 ¡ Spring 2018

An existing Bank lays on the building in front of Piazza della Repubblica in Florence, Italy. We where given this building to transform it in a minimalistic boutique hotel, without missing out the essence of being in Florence. As inspiration, I took the narrow streets in the city that takes you to big open piazzas. These streets providing really low natural light, pavement reections and only getting light from the open sky above the high buildings, I recreated these mood of small streets opening to big spaces on my boutique hotel using black walls and white ceilings. As for the rooms. I chose a very Florentine color pallette as the olive green, and the tuscan orange.


Perspective 1 | Hallway



Perspective 2 | Out of Elevator View

Perspective 4 | Hallway

Perspective 3 | Piazza Room Entrance


Perspective 5 | Standard Room

Perspective 7 | Presidential Suite


Perspective 6 | Junior Suite

Perspective 8 | Presidential Suite


FLAGS Atelier 1 · Spring 2018

Furniture contest given as a project in Furniture Design I, entitled “Kids want to PLY”, the plywood company in Denmark, wanted a piece of furniture for kids from 6-12 using only plywood. The requirements where: display and store furniture that has to be easy to assemble, simple and timeless. Taking inspiration the flags and how they move with the change of air flow in time, I createdmy piece of furniture entitled “Flags”. With only 10 different pieces, I made the piece unique and simple yet timless.


Perspective 1 | Kids Room


Perspective 2 | Furniture Piece


10 DIFFERENT PIECES 5 mm PLYWOOD 50 mm

10 mm

90 mm 34 mm 25 mm

25 mm

TOP VIEW

24 mm

25 mm

FRONT VIEW

7 mm PLYWOOD 646 mm

29.1 mm

29.7 mm

67 mm

29.1 mm 1375 mm

TOP VIEW

FRONT VIEW

29.7 mm

TOP VIEW

PLYWOOD STICKS (SOLID) FRONT VIEW

646 mm

39 PIECES TOTAL

37 pieces


Perspective 3 | Different Uses


Perspective 4 | Kids Room


NASCOSTO Atelier 2 · Fall 2018

Loggia Rucellai, an Italian Renaissance Logia, builded by Giovanni di Paolo Rucellai in the 1460s for his son Bernardo that was marrying Nannina de Medici (daughter of Cosimo) intended as a place for celebrations, now and used as a shop. This is the location of the project; a sculpture museum. I used as my concept of design ACTION=REACTION (equal and opposite) using a simetrical grid to distribute the spaces. I called "Nascosto" in Italian "Hidden", because I wanted to keep a little bit of mystery of what´s inside the museum; at first glimpse you see only shadows, and the design invites you to discover what´s inside.


Perspective 1 | Front Facade


Floor Plan

Facade LEFT Floor Plans & Facade


Perspective 2 | Entrance

Perspective 3 | Exit


Perspective 4 | Upper Floor

Perspective 5 | Library

Perspective 5 | Mid Floor


Perspective 6 | Exhibition Area 2

Perspective 7 | Street View


Perspective 8 | Piazza



PISELLINI Atelier 2 ¡ Fall 2018

Furniture project; to make a "comfortable sofa" for living spaces in Furniture Design II. I wanted to make a unique piece that makes eye impact, and of course, bring 100% comfort as a requirement. I was inspired by the most comfortable piece of furniture anyone can imagine, a bed. Having for instance an abstract of a base, a mattress and pillows. The piece of furniture is supported by a inner structure that holds the "pillows" together and support the composition itself. I called my sofa Pisellini, that means peas in italian, as they reminded me of them. As result, I created a collection as well, including and arm chair, a chair, and a chaise long with extension.


Perspective 1 | Living Room



Perspective 5 | Lofts

Perspective 6 | Bird View


ARMCHAIR

Perspective 2 | Collection

CHAIR

CHAISE

EXTENSION





IL PODERE GHIRLANDAIO Final Project · Fall 2018

“Il Podere Grande di Colle Ramole” a removed-from-city location owned by the famous renaissance Ghirlandaio family is now abandoned. Found near Impruneta (South of Florence) which name is derived from a Latin word meaning "within the pine woods". Its an area with many local materials, as the dirt that is found in and around the zone is particularly suited to create a strong and durable clay which characteristic burnt orange coloring (terracota). Olive trees, vineyards, fields, oak, and cypress trees extend for miles in a neverending lands. I begin understanding the past use of an historical biulding; therefore leading to a succesful program and restoration design.


Perspective 1 | Aperitivo Open Bar


FATTORIA VILLA

Main Entrance Patio

Aperitivo Open Bar

FRANTOIO

Main Patio

CANTINA

Parking Lot


Perspective 2 | Main Entrance Patio

Perspective 3 | Main Patio

Perspective 4 | Cantina

Perspective 5 | Resort Villa


Perspective 6 | Reception

Perspective 5 | Library

Perspective 7 | Shared Living


Perspective 8 | Standard Room

Perspective 9 | Shared Living




Phone : +593 992 519 813

Phone : +39 349 1730 787

Email : cristinadellevigne@gmail.com , cris_delle_vigne@hotmail.com