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. DENIZ BUÇAN

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Experience Intern Joseph di Pasquale Architects / Milano As an intern I was part of the work carried out for a competition entry, pre-school design proposal, for city of Altamura, including tasks of drawing of schemes & sections. I assisted the renderings of San Siro Stadium regeneration for which the office prepared. 2019 September - October Architect Hilmi Güner Architecture / Ankara I assisted the architectural drawings of construction, details received from different firms, coordination of mechanical, electrical plans with architectural plans of which a governmental scale project was executed in the project group I was involved. 2016 November - 2017 September Intern 1071 / Ankara Regarding the construction of towers with commercial and residential use I was responsible for the calculation of the amounts materials built in-place in order to list the quantities which were required to be delivered to firms. 2016 July - September | Construction Site Intern Yüksel Proje / Ankara I was responsible for the assistance of architectural drawings, revisions regarding the underground infrastructure plans for and organization of layouts together with presentations of Istanbul Metro Stations. 2015 July - September | Architectural Office

O t h e r Venice Biennale Temporary Exhibition, Italy | July 2018 I was given the opportunity by Politecnico di Milano to exhibit my studio work models on display at Biennale di Venezia - Freespace 2018 as part of a temporary exhibition. Rimondato, Citta di Castello, Italy | July 2015 I was part of a volunteered group of people who designed and built small-scale wooden extensions to a restored ancient Tuscan house in a rural town of Italy for one month. TMMOB, Istanbul Kent Düsleri Atölyeleri | 2013 National Architecture Students Meeting | 2013 - 2014 2 Whatabout - Izmir Yasar University | 2013 Eskisehir Bademlik Design Festival | 2013 - 2014

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https://issuu.com/denizbucan0/docs/denizbucan_portfolio

Education Laurea Magistrale - Master of Science Architecture - Built Environment - Interiors Politecnico di Milano | 2017 - 2019 December GPA : 110 / 110 Bachelor of Science Architecture Kocaeli University | 2012 - 2016 September GPA : 3.43 / 4.00 Bachelor of Science Architecture Politecnico di Milano | 2014 - 2015 Erasmus Exchange 1 year

S k i l l s Autodesk AutoCAD Autodesk Ecotect Adobe Package Photoshop & Illustrator & In-design Premier ArchiCAD Rhino & Grasshopper Sketch-up Heliodon - Sefaira - Climate Consultant BestEnergy - Casanova - ArchiSun QGIS 2.8.9 Lumion Office Package - MS Word & Excel Turkish - Mothertongue C1 English - IELTS Academic 7.0 - 2016 Conversational Italian - PoliMi course

Wo r k s h o p s Triennale di Milano - Architecture Week - Exploring Textile I was a participant of the workshop which aimed to build a temporary installation in the garden of the museum by using recycled plastic textile, with Material Balance | May 2019 Ri-formare di Periferie - Nature Along a Corridor - MIAW I participated in the yearly organized MIAW workshop in order to exhibit my group work regarding incremental urbanism for re-shaping Via Adriano, a part of the periphery of city of Milano. | January 2018 KOU & PoliMi & Ball State Universities,funded by TUBITAK IDEA Non-Destructive Test Applications, Context of Planned Conservation, Through Historical Mosques Of Kocaeli | 2015


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I N D E X MD + PLUS DIOCESAN MUSEUM of MILAN EXTENSION PROJECT Museum + Art Residency SERVICE PACK SAN SIRO MILANO SOCIAL HOUSING RETROFIT PROJECT Upgrade + Fix & Fit

RE-USE BIENNALE DI VENEZIA Swiss Pavillion Adaptive Re-use Living&Working

IC ADVANCED ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN WORKSHOP

ARCHITECTURE OF INTERIORS STUDIO

THEMATIC STUDIO

PAVILLIONS 1-Levi’s Pop-up Retail Pavillion 2-EXPO C02 Pavillion

CONSTRUCTION STUDIO

SOCIAL BRIDGE Civic Center in Calçada D’Ouro Porto Riverfront

ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN STUDIO

CASORETTO Elderly and Student Housing in Old Tram Depot Milano

Il ROVESCIO della MEDAGLIA Curating Napoleone temporary exhibition in Basilica Palladiana Vicenza

WORKSHOPS & VOLUNTEERING

ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN STUDIO

GREAT EXHIBITIONS MUSEALIZATION

1-Rimondato Wooden Extensions 2-CloudLand Milano Arch Week Textile Installation 3-MIAW Incremental Urbanism

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The site is an important threshold for the Parco delle Basiliche and the urbanity of one of the most important historical routes within city, Corso di Porta Ticinese The relationship with the Corso di Porta Ticinese is very weak since there is no possibility for gathering or pause. 1- WARTIME DESTRUCTIONS

The startegy is here to create a system connections some of which are missing in the larger scale urbanity. The action is to create another urban void to be articulated to this system which is between two important urban voids, Colonne di San Lorenzo and Piazza Sant’Eustorgio. The spatial siginificance of the discontinuity caused by war demolitions has been considered an important problem to be faced. In order to deal with this problem, the in-fill strategy is followed in the project as a starting point. This in-fill is achieved through the spatial continuity of the museum complex as well as the the continuation of urban ground while providing permeability towards the park and the existing use of the cloister while articulating the addition use into the existing circulation. As a whole, the old and new are aimed to complete one another while some degree of independence and significance for its constitutive parts. This is achieved through different entrances to old and added exhibition places on the ground floor as part of the urban surroundings in order to liberate the museum both in its host and guest position for art and city.

2- INCOMPLETENESS of THE SITE

3- IN-FILL STRATEGY Porta Ticinese

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9 VIEW from PARCO BASILICHE


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Service Pack SAN SIRO MILANO SOCIAL HOUSING RETROFIT PROJECT Upgrade + Fix & Fit

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RIGID TYPOLOGIES

The project aims to retrofit without only rectifying the image of the site yet also keep the potentials, without diminishing the identity of the place instead to improve it in the location for the locals. To provide spaces for local people community space to ease the multicultural activity together with the existing Via Abbiati side and with small scale shops proposed on the ground floor. In order to re-locate approximately 24 people , a new floor is proposed by in-filling the existing higher levels of the building together with private and common verandas. The proposal is keep the courtyard advantage for a more private atmosphere while on the outer faรงade with more expressive enlarged volumes and balconies of apartments, the empty apartments are included for re-configuration. The typological changes are done with the idea of freeing the glazed surfaces from bathrooms or kitchenettes in order to locate livings in more continuous slices and provide flexibility. The most common typologies of two three people apartments are treated in two ways, one with re-layouting the partitions while keeping the average number( and squaremeter people ratio of eighteen sqm) second with proposing more compact typologies to answer the need of peculiar overcrowded families and to suggest a common living.

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RETROFITTING BEFORE & AFTER TYPOLOGIES

es Services in the Neighborhood

Accessibility

Services in the Neighborhood

from Piazzale Brescia

Vehicular access to area Pedestrian access to building

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A block A Study

from Piazzale Selinunte

Assigned building Commercial spaces

Schools & related services

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Social activities

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Public transport stops

Entrance to block

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Scale: 1.1000

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Social activities

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RETROFITTING BEFORE & AFTER TYPOLOGIES

only rectifying the image of the site yet also keep the identity of the place instead to improve it in the loca-

e community space to ease the multicultural activity biati side and with small scale shops proposed on the approximately 24 people , a new floor is proposed by of the building together with private and common

d advantage for a more private atmosphere while on sive enlarged volumes and balconies of apartments , uded for re-combination.

e with the idea of freeing the glazed surfaces from to locate livings in more continuous slices and proviologies of two three people apartments are treated in e partitions while keeping the average number( and en sqm) second with proposing more compact typoloar overcrowded families and to suggest a common

ransmittance values and of existing in compare to ny years that the block is built, the windows are replage is covered on the skin which is composed of insu- bedroom components are re-oriented respectively ssible .

F TERRACE

ADDITION OF STAIRCASE

RCASE

AL AND CULTURAL

Exploded Plans Ground Floor(21 apartments) 0F=10TA+11TB First Floor(24 apartments) Exploded Plans 1F=8TA+16TB Second Floor(24 Ground Floor(21 apartments) apartments) 2F=8TA+16TB 0F=10TA+11TB Third Floor(24apartments) apartments) First Floor(24 3F=8TA+16TB 1F=8TA+16TB Exploded Plans Fourth SecondFloor(9 Floor(24apartments) apartments) 4F=2TA+7TB 2F=8TA+16TB Ground Floor(21 apartments) Third Floor(24 apartments) 0F=10TA+11TB 3F=8TA+16TB First 35 Floor(24 apartments) Fourth Floor(9 apartments) 1F=8TA+16TB 4F=2TA+7TB Exploded Plans apartments) Second Floor(24 2F=8TA+16TB Ground Floor(21 apartments) Third 35 Floor(24 apartments) 0F=10TA+11TB 3F=8TA+16TB First Floor(24 apartments) Fourth Floor(9 apartments) Exploded Plans 1F=8TA+16TB 4F=2TA+7TB Second Ground Floor(24 Floor(21 apartments) apartments) 2F=8TA+16TB 0F=10TA+11TB 35 Floor(24 apartments) Third First Floor(24 apartments)

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CONNECTION DETAILS with EXISTING STRUCTURE WALLS

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R e - U s e BIENNALE DI VENEZIA Swiss Pavillion All-year-round Adaptive Re-use Living & Working

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1-ANALYSIS GEOMETRY of THE PAVILLION

Biennale Pathways Swiss Pavilion

Fences Bushes- 1.20 m Fences + Bushes

General

STRUCTURAL SYSTEM of

Thin vaults

GEOMETRY of THE PAVILLION GEOMETRY of THE PAVILLION GEOMETRY of THE PAVILLION

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Directional Movement Non-directional Movement

Non-public service route

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Load Bearing Structure Transmitting Structure Load Bearing Structure load bearing structure

Load Bearing Structure Self Structure load transmitting structure LoadSupported Transmitting Structure

Load Transmitting Structure self supported structure Self Supported Structure Self Supported Structure

Load Bearing Structure Load Transmitting Structure Self Supported Structure

Atmosphere

Aluminium Covering

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SKYLIGHTS

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loggia service room entrance hall sculpture room illustration room painting room garden courtyard

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SKYLIGHTS

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PAINTING SPACE SCHEME ROOM- NO DIRECT LIGHT ON THE WALLS

SCULPTURE SPACE SCHEME SEMI OPEN ROOM June sun angle October sun angle

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Older Trees Courtyard PAINTING SPACE SCHEME ROOM- NO DIRECT LIGHT ON THE WALLS

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SCULPTURE SPACE SCHEME SEMI OPEN ROOM -

Open GSEducationalVersion

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3 PROJECT: GIARDINI OF VENICE Politecnico di Milano Architecture Design Studio . winter term . 2018/2019

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PROJECT: GIARDINI OF VENICE

Professor: Bostjan Vuga Professor:Alioscia Mozzato Tutors: Marta Bertani, Luca Negrini, Stefano Passamonti

Professor: Bostjan Vuga Professor:Alioscia Mozzato Tutors: Marta Bertani, Luca Negrini, Stefano Passamonti

Prototype 1

Politecnico di Milano Architecture Design Studio . winter term . 2018/2019

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PROJECT: GIARDINI OF VENICE Politecnico di Milano Architecture Design Studio . winter term . 2018/2019

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Professor: Bostjan Vuga Professor:Alioscia Mozzato Tutors: Marta Bertani, Luca Negrini, Stefano Passamonti

Mass is given by the forces which deformed each other.

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Despoina Bratitsi, Bucan Deniz, Oncel Diba

Content: Prototyping-Diagrams

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Despoina Bratitsi, Bucan Deniz, Oncel Diba

Content: Prototyping-Diagrams

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Prototyping Porosity Models

Prototyping Porosity Models

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CHAPTER 2: PROTOTYPING

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Prototyping Porosity Models

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Void is given by the shifts / rotations of cubic unit.

Void is given by the breaks/cuts and folds of one layer.

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Void is given by the shifts / rotations of cubic unit.

Chosen Prototype

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The chosen prototype (1) has different sufraces and intersecting surfaces which give its spatial quality. In this prototype there is only one unique space that is made of different volumes intersecting each other both in plan and section,thus, in 3 dimensions. At the end of this combination of different rectangular volumes there is a continuous flow in the spaces, and the prototype is perceived as one big object instead of a volume that is divided into volumes. This concept is based on the nature, namely the DNA of the Swiss Pavilion, since in the pavilion there is flow of continuos spaces given by different volumes of various heights, and dimensions, too.


3-DESIGN

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Summer Diagram

Winter Diagram

WINTER & SUMMER USE

Accomodation Accomodation Accomodation

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Executive designer: Deniz BUÇAN

STEEL METAL

HSSprofile SHS Beam square

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STEEL METAL

HSSprofile SHS Beam square

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Low iron laminated glass Omega 13mm+profiles 16mm -Folded aluminium panel

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Title: LEVI'S POP_UP Retail Pavillion Plasterboard -12.5 mm

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bullon ( Ø8 )

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Social Bridge Civic Center in Calçada D’Ouro Porto Riverfront

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and conviviality where the local community are free decide t design itself, had on the surround CONNECTING VOLUMES ADDITION participate At thein. end of the Social Bridge there are workshop spaces siting in th

Jorn Utz approac performance space for the locals invite Porto into theof locality and a site Halfway through the site is an amphitheatre formed through a de community. contours of the site this amphitheatre can provide a social space cites ho performance space for the locals invite Porto into the locality and ce The entrance of the riverfront of the area will be used as the mat community. ancient will contain a library study space improving the access that co raised or The entrance of the riverfront of thethe areahome will beofused as the main academia. The entrance will become erudition for will contain a library study space improving the access that com space for musicians to practice and record their muse. Once a per terraform academia. The within entrance willart become home erudition forspa mu be able show their the gallerythe and the of performance space for musicians to practice and record their muse. Once a perfor An abandoned factory will be converted into a market place space wh be able show their within the art gallery and the performance space harvested food fromfactory the urban improving the quality of An abandoned will befarm, converted into a market place pro juxtapos encouraging the population of neighbouring communities to spen harvested food from the urban farm, improving the quality of li encouraging the population of neighbouring communities to spend significa on to giv RE-USING EXISTING VOLUMES

area where a school once sat, these spaces provide the community and through conviviality communityformed are freethrough decide the Halfway thewhere site isthe anlocal amphitheatre a participate in. contours of the site this amphitheatre can provide a social spa

Aldo Rossi, in The Architecture of the City says, that “..the study of the house begins with geographical classifications and sociological considerations and by way of architecture goes on to the structure of the and the country, the human creation.” With recognition of this statement and with recognition to our previous establishment of the isolation the site has experienced we agreed the best sociological solution should be a physical link which breaks the isolation of the site. This path, Social Bridge linking the two physical extremes of the site’s topography and the reconnecting the community of Calcada D’Ouro socially with the city of Porto, has to deal with the topography, as the Douro river deals with the terrain - C. Torricelli wrote: “En route to the sea the “gold river” battles with rocks, schist, and granite, pulverizing all in its course”. We decided to incorporate the terrain into our design with the use of ramps. Along the route there are perpendicular interventions clearly visible when on the path which serve as checkpoints. The path dissolves within these interventions e.g. designed square, an urban farm, an amphitheatre, sport courts, or a homezone. The path then re-emerges at the end of these interventions which signifies the importance of the social links that the interventions will produce. Located on the site is a series of ruins that are used to create a new kind of factory an urban farm sitting between a forest an inversion of the current state of the dilapidation the remains are currently residing within.

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 

The piazza is aligned two axisthe thefirst first being being perpendicular to The piazza is aligned on on two axis perpendicular second being on a diagonal linking two of the corners of the piazza t second being on a diagonal linking two of the corners of the piazz perpendicular line to the path is visible perpendicular toofthe path is visible through a line series interventions in the through a series of interventions in the form of foliage whereas the diagonal form axis of foliage whereas is only visible with a the seriesdiagonal of seating when with these interventions are axis isareas, only visible a series of seating they produce a sequence of areas,combine when these interventions are  positive convivial spaces. combine they produce a sequence of positive convivial spaces.

In summary our design is reconnection of Calcada do Ouro with the genius loci In summary design is reconnection of Portoour through tracing of the gothic of Calcada do Ouro with theasgenius loci buildings, and using them the tools for creating our "signs" which a this, with the idea of equality, the goal of the connection of the s of Porto through tracing of the gothic promenade. buildings, and using them as the tools for creating our "signs" which

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ural Design Studio 3 | Professors: Carlotta Torricelli, Helene Hölzl | ch. M. Appiani, Arch. M. Cantoni, Arch. L. Favaloro, Arch. S. Monzani, Arch. C. Novelli, Arch. R. Petrella

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THE CITY OF PORTO. THE RIVER AND THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE LANDSCAPE

Calçada do Ouro

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Casoretto Elderly and Student Housing in Old Tram Depot Milano

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Aging population is an unavoidable reality in Europe, specially in Italy. This social and demographic reality that stresses over Milano as a “student city” with its important Città di Studi quarters in which the university population has a very significant weight at various levels, constituting a population dynamic layer in constant renewal, generating intensity fluctuations according to the school year. The aim of the design is to consider and answer to the housing needs of young and elderly as well as the public use of the city by re-generative housing. Site is located on a periphery near the University Campuses which is abondened after served as tram depot of which the components of existing structures are re-used for the new public functions.

Housing Commercial a-Theatre b-Library c-Health Center b-Gym d-Workshops e-Co-working spaces and offices

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GROUND FLOOR

FIRST FLOOR

THIRD FLOOR

FAMILY DUPLEXES & COMMERCIAL

FAMILY DUPLEXES & BILOCALES

STUDENT & ELDERY UNITS

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VIEW from ELDERY & STUDENT FLOOR LOGGIA

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PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

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Rovescia della Medaglia Curating Napoleone temporary exhibition in Basilica Palladiana Vicenza

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 La mostra si concentra sulla propaganda stampata che da una parte insulta, dal’altra glorifica Napoleone Bonaparte. Essa esplora come la sua carriera formidabile abbia coinciso con il picco della satira politica come forma d'arte. Saranno esposte opere di autori satirici inglesi, francesi, tedeschi, ispirati da tensioni politiche e militari a sfruttare un nuovo linguaggio visivo che unisca caricatura satira tradizionale con la narrazione vigorosa introdotta da Hogarth all'inizio del secolo. Le stampe includono opere di James Gillray, Thomas Rowlandson, Richard Newton, George Cruikshank, e altri artisti tra i più arguti e creativi dell’ epoca.

La mostra inizia con i ritratti del giovane generale dalla metà degli anni 1790 e termina con le opere riferite al periodo dell’esilio a Sant’Elena. Le opere satiriche sono messe a confron to con quelle dei ritrattisti e scultori che Napoleone Stesso commisionava,quali Jacque Louis David o Antonio Canova, che tendevano a rappresentare una visione più gloriosa di Napoleone. La mostra include due sale dedicate all’arte satirica in generale, dalle caratteristiche alla storia, fino a riflessioni sugli effetti in ambito politico e religioso ai giorni nostri. Di seguito i quattro periodi in cui è suddivisa la mostra introdotti tramite un confronto tra opere pittoriche e satiriche.

The gost of Bonaparte appearing to the Directory

Leap Frog 1803

A Trip to Paris 1802

Bonaparte estabilishing French Quarter in Italy

Hot Step and Jump, 1803

A little man’s night comforts, or Boney Visions,

Selezıone dı satıre esposte alla mostra

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

The Corsican Cuckoo Criukshand, 1804

The Surrender of Ulm Anonyme

A new French Phantasmagoria,

Colin Court, Anonyme, 1804

Taking Leave, Holland W., 1802

English patriots bowing at the shrine

The Plumb-pudding in danger ,1805

A new French Phantasmagoria,

Pacific Overtures or a flight from Saint Cloud’s Over the whater to Charley

Selezıone dı satıre esposte alla mostra

Napoleone e le bolle di sapone

the great French-GingerbreadBaker, drawing out a new Batch of kings,

Little man with a great appetit sitting down to dinner,

Selezıone dı satıre esposte alla mostra

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The Journey of a modern hero to the island of Elba

Voyage a l’lle d’Elbe, 1814

Depart pour l’lle d’Elbe, 1814

Je Fume en pleurant mes peches,1815,

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British Museum Brown University, military collection Musei Nazionali di Portoferraio, Collezione Olschki e Turini De Micheli Arrivo di Napoleone all’Isola D’Elba,

Napoleone mentre pesca all’Isola D’Elba,

Autori Holland W. Charles William George Cruikshand Thomas Rowlandson Charles Ansell Juillet Roberts

Selezıone dı satıre esposte alla mostra

Le statue ed ı dıpıntı presentı nella mostra sono repliche deglı originali. Esse vengono esposte con la funzıone dı permettere al vısıtatore dı paragonare la rappresentazıone satırıca dı Napoleone con la rappresentazıone pıttorıca e statuarıa da luı stesso commıssıonata. Opere orıgınalı sono solo le stampe ed ı lıbrı satırıcı, vero tema dell’esposızıone.

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PROPOSED COLLECTION


                                                            ò’          è ’          à



  

  

  



   





  

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







 

è       













 

   


                          

      



                                













  

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ARE PERIF ERIE

MILANO

METROP OLITANA

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VIA ADRIANO

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