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PORTFOLIO DI BELLA LISE

POST-GRAD ARCHITECT

2017


EVENT CENTER ON THE « MÔLE CITADELLE » Graduation project - Strasbourg's port, France - 2016

ARLES’ AMPHITHEATER Arles, France - 2017

WORKSHOP IN DELOS: THE SANCTUARY OF APOLLO Délos, Greece - 2017

RESEARCH AND EXHIBITION CENTER Usine List, Rhinau, France - 2016

ROMKERT IN BUDAPEST Master Thesis - 2016

HOTSPOT

Strasbourg, France - 2014

INTERIOR DESIGN FOR THE GRADUATION PARTY Architecture School, Strasbourg, France - 2016

ANAMORPHOSIS : « UN DÉJEUNER SUR L’OMBRE » april 2015


DI BELLA LISE April 7th 1993 (24 years old) 22 rue des bonnes gens 67 000 STRASBOURG 06.10.99.87.49 dibellalise@gmail.com French (mother tongue), English (fluent)

EDUCATION 2017 - Master of Architecture + Archeology (Double Master), ENSAS, Strasbourg 2016 - Diploma of Architect (Diplôme d’État d’Architecte - DEA), ENSAS, Strasbourg 2016 - Master of Architecture Degree, ENSAS, Strasbourg 2014 - Bachelor of Architecture, ENSAS (Strasbourg) & BME (Budapest) 2013 - CLES 2 English (level B2) 2011 - Baccalaureate of science and technology of the industry (Civil Engineering), Lycée le Corbusier, IllkirchGraffenstaden

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCES 2017 - Intern at Archéologie Alsace, regional center of archeology researches (5 weeks), Sélestat 2016 - 2017 Temporary work (European Parliament, hostess at events, real estate agency employee), Strasbourg 2015 - 2016 Usherette at the Opera House, OnR, Strasbourg 2015 - Intern at STAP Bas-Rhin, Patrimonial mission, (2 months), DRAC, Strasbourg 2013 - Intern at l’Atelier d’Architecture Deschamps (1 month), Sélestat

COMPETENCES DAO & CAO (AutoCad, ArchiCad, Sketchup, Allplan) PAO (Velux, TwinMotion, Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign) Construction of models (physical or computer assisted) Communication (communication ease and good at handling new communication tools, visuals & social media)

INTERESTS Traveling (I studied in Budapest, traveled in many European capitals and also in China, Senegal, North Africa countries, Ukraine, Turkey, New-York & Cuba). New technologies and communication (social media, graphic design, actuality and new way to communicate with the world) Museum, exhibition, cinema, photography, conferences and new cultural experiences


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EVENT CENTER ON THE « MÔLE CITADELLE »

because their shapes and uses are a huge testimony of the industrial architecture of this time and place.

Strasbourg’s port, France september 2016 Graduation project w/ the studio : Project, History & Heritage Teachers : Muller François-Frédéric, Kehr AnneSophie, Weber Patrick

Today, the pier is calmer than ever : the administrative building is shut down, the storage halls are almost empty and unused, only the mechanical workshops are still working. The peninsula is now really far from the dynamic of the city, but the urban planning is trying to catch it up.

Since the Middle Age, Strasbourg's port is evolving, moving and following the growth of the city. Today, after different localizations “le Port Autonome" (the autonomous port), is situated next to the Rhine, but it has left traces : canals, harbors and buildings Today, this port heritage is seating into the city, but is yet to be used totally. “Le Schéma Directeur des Deux Rives" (The master plan of the two banks) published in 2011, aim to connect the city of Strasbourg to Kehl, the German city right next to the Rhine. This master plan include many unused port facilities and areas I decided to work on the east coast of the "môle citadelle" (a triangular shaped pier), next to the smallest harbor of the city : the harbor of the Citadelle. Nowadays, there are three buildings on the pier, built in the 1930's by the "Port Autonome": an administrative building, storage halls and a mechanical workshop. These three buildings got my intention because there are in between the existing city and the one that is yet to be constructed (the pier is the first neighborhood of the master plan to be renewed), but mostly

Indeed, new projects are now, projected or already constructed, changing the port heritage of the city. The Pier Malraux, neighbor of the Citadelle's one, is home of new complexes for housing and leisure, lots of new building are emerging close to the canals, and with all this hype around this area, it's difficult not to ask our selves what the Citadelle pier and harbor is going to offer and how its building are going to survive. I wanted to bring a proposition with a dynamic and festive program, creating an urban core for the dwellings projected around this area by the master plan. I also tried to integrate a marina, missing part of Strasbourg, where water is everywhere but mainly unused. The Citadelle harbor, by its size and situation close to the city center, seemed to be perfect for this program. The omnipresence of water also challenged me and I had to question the role of the water, the canals and the banks inside of the city. In Strasbourg, the docks of the city are pleasant

but mostly underused. I wanted to keep their romantic qualities, with green spaces and calm vibe, while trying to boost them a bit, connecting them to public facilities and event spaces for example.

The second existing hall is a more open and versatile space. It can host different style of event, inside it's big volume, but can also be open to face to docks or to face a patio, created by the extension.

The global program, with the marina (that creates a walkway on the water in between its pontoons), is divided in three main centers :

The foyer is the extension and last building of the center. It is a reception space that can host indoor and outdoor receptions, for big event happening in the other hall or for smaller one.

- An event center, inside of the storage hall, with concert, exhibition and a reception spaces with an extension. - An artistic center, in the old mechanical workshops, converted into artist's workshops with shared spaces for the technical but also the public parts : galleries and an outdoor market. - A touristic center, in the former administrative space, restored as a tourism office with resting spaces, a restaurant and lavatory for the boaters of the marina. This center would be linked directly to the marina thanks to a pavilion placed right on the docks. I decided to focus my work on the event center, because of its program, and also because of its direct relation with the waterside. Firstly, I choose to create three different spaces for the center, that could be used alone or additionally to one another. The first existing hall is a "traditional" concert hall with a static stage. This stage can be used for a crowd inside the hall, but can also be opened on the outside and host an outdoor event.

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This three edifices are connected by a porch creating outdoor but protected spaces. It partially close the breach between the buildings and make it enjoyable and usable as extension tracé du quais existant of the inside venues.

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Final documentation : https://issuu.com/dibellalise/docs/planches_pfe_molecitadelle

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la promenade sous la casquette

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la halle 2 et sa terrasse couverte

les quais et le port de plaisance

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THE 2ND HALL AND THE TERRACE la halle 2 etCOVERED sa terrasse couverte

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bars et restaurations

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ARLES’ AMPHITHEATER

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issues for a public space as flow management, service areas or maintenance of the structures. Arles, France But the difficulties remain here in the fact that the 2017 site is a classified ancient monument, bringing a Planning around an Archaeological Site _ A+A Master whole other layer of the management questions Collaboration w/ D’Errico Salvatore (archaeologist) regarding the whole site. Arles' ancient amphitheater was built by the end of the 1st century A.D. It is one of the biggest monuments of the Roman colony and it is part of the 15 biggest Roman amphitheaters visible nowadays. The building's history is tightly knitted to the city's history. Losing its original purpose, the structures were slowly filled by medieval houses. It became, by Renaissance, a small fortified city-state. In the XIXth century, a great campaign of excavations and restorations of the amphitheater began. It lasted, per periods, over a century. The monument we can see today was "created" by this restoration : the excavation of the ancient remains, the reconstruction of some parts and mostly the dismantling of the "parasitic" structures of the Middle Age, leaving just a few medieval parts to see today.

better, thanks to the good maintenance. But the touristic paths are today totally free and the only information panels are on the way, creating flow problems. The lack of informations and facilities for the visitors pushed us to think about pairing the exhibition spaces with technical For this academic exercise we were paired spaces (toilets, ticket office, storage room, etc...) (architect + archaeologist) and had the task to to solve these problems. analyze the site, its organization and to identify From all theses conclusions the project got a its dysfunctions. From this analysis, we had to simple design : we introduced a new volume, partly focus on the points that could be changed or buried between the road and the monument. This improved and had to propose a new program and a volume would follow the natural slope of the ground design going in that way. to become ramps then a paths, creating a round After the analysis, my colleague and myself archaeological promenade around the amphitheater. This idea answered many of our concerned : chose three main points to work on :

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-The improvement of the flows, around and inside the arenas, -The outsourcing of the contemporary facilities essential to the hosting of a large crowd, -The introduction of pedagogical spaces such as exhibition spaces, information panels inside and outside the monument. The needs to share the scientific work regarding the excavation of the amphitheater was one of our main concern.

- The exhibition spaces and the facilities were placed near the arenas without clogging it with many installations. -The public spaces had a new layer, with generous pedestrian paths and with new terraces creating outdoor areas for the exhibition spaces, for the different visitors' facilities and for the coffee shop. -The introduction of a new East-West axis with new stairs and entrance through the arenas marking the new touristic entrance. This new access was design in order to have new inside pedagogical paths presenting different views and sides of the history of the amphitheater through the ages.

Moreover we needed to focus on the public and urban space surrounding the site. The road encircling the monument is really narrow with no pedestrian area, the city's monuments are disconnected to one another and the natural slope of the ground is creating a ditch on the south limit and a platform on the north side of The number of visitors and the duality of the amphitheater. These areas are today empty, the audience (international tourists & local unused and dirty. The entire presentation is on issuu : spectators) visiting the site bring many "normal" The inside of the amphitheater is slightly https://issuu.com/dibellalise/docs/pr__sentation_amphi_juin_2017 The amphitheater is today a big part of the Arlesian touristic aura. In addition to being a sightseeing and archaeological attraction, the arenas host bullfighting shows, a big part of the regional culture. These shows can bring up to 15 000 people inside the monument.

SECTION AA’ _ THE MUSEUM ENTRANCE & THE PROMENADE

SECTION BB’ _ THE COFFEE SHOP & ITS TERRACES

SEXTION CC’ _ NEW ENTRANCE OF THE ARENA

THE MASTERPLAN : THE SEMI-BURIED EXTENSION HOSTING EXHIBITION AND SERVICE AREAS, UNCLOGGING THE INSIDE OF THE ARENAS AND CREATING URBAN PROMENADE, TERRACES AND SQUARES ALL AROUND THE MONUMENT


WORKSHOP IN DELOS: THE SANCTUARY OF APOLLO Delos, Greece April 2017 Workshop between the A+A Master and the Pyrotechnical school of Athens Collaboration w/ Βασιλική Ξ. ΣΑΒΒΑΤΙΑΝΟΥ & Beutel Pauline From SENSING the SITE to a SITE that MAKES SENSE

In order to address these difficulties, efforts were made towards a concept of soft interventions through a holistic approach related to the site. Although nowadays, the visitors get the impression that the Sanctuary is an endless, flatten "field fulfill of ancient stones", it is considered in this study as it used to be in the late antiquity, an enclosed space and a sacred place, situated at the core of the ancient urban network, between the city center and the sacred port, as a clear boundary and a strong bond at the same time. Key to this approach is the idea to work with nature and archaeology, on three different spatial elements: the surrounding fence of the Sanctuary, the passing-through spots and the links between them. This "3Dimension" proposal-pack aims to restore the legibility of the Hellenistic Sanctuary, to accent the identity of this place and to redefine its significance, to improve the conservation conditions of the archaeological ruins and to upgrade the visitors' safety and service facilities.

In Delos archaeological site there is a spatial and human intervention mismatch between island nature (environment & land), sightseeing (visitors & monuments) and working area (open construction & on going project). This mismatch generates many problems with regard to legibility, conservation and infrastructures of the site. Namely, in case of Apollo's Sanctuary, which is undoubtedly the most accessible but the less highlighted sector of the site, these problems manifest themselves A small-scale proposal was designed, based to the maximum extent. on five key points of the place, in the light of In this field, the elaboration of an overall approach a dynamic landscape that changes constantly, combined with an action plan is of fundamental volatile on the influence of the environment or importance. However, intervening on the existing the humans. Therefore, it seems appropriate qualities of the archaeological site is a sharp all the proposals to be inspired by simplicity and end. And, even if the archaeological context of the common sense, towards a design and construct Apollo's Sanctuary posits no great difficulty, since solution based on easy adaptation, reversibility is well enough reported and intently studied, the together with the possibility of integrating contemporary architectural action and the rest of and implementation in other sections of Delos spatial parameters (island nature, sightseeing, archaeological site. Contemporary material (concrete, corten), ancient techniques (soil open construction) are another matter. concentration, dry-stone walling) and simple

shapes based on historical references have been discussed, so that the new architectural elements to be clearly visible but at the same time soft integrated into the existing qualities of the archaeological site. The main project scopes have been selected on the basis of their contribution to the re-introduction of the 3rd dimension in the brand-image of the surrounding fence of the Sanctuary. In particular, three issues are attempted: 1) the re-opening of the five ancient passages (gates), including them in the surrounding sightseeing program, 2) a small-scale, structural or instructional, restoration in parts of the Sanctuary's surrounding fence (outer boundary), 3) a new network of paths connecting the main internal spots of interest to the surrounding sightseeing program. At the same time, it is recommended the filling-up of all open excavation trenches inside the Sanctuary and the control, restriction of the unwanted vegetation. A strong emphasis has been placed on the Hellenistic main entrance of the Apollo's Sanctuary (Prolylaea), where is advanced to restore the marble floor and the lowest drum of the missing column of the Propylaea's Prostasis. As an opportunity to transform into a sustainable infrastructure that provides panoramic view experience together with dynamic protection and cultural of Propylaea, it is proposed a light-construction of a wooden walkway. The analysis & presentation of the site on issuu: https://issuu.com/dibellalise/docs/d__los_presentation_end_of_the_work

MASTERPLAN w/ the main gates and the inside paths that we worked as a team with another group during the workshop


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RESEARCH AND EXHIBITION CENTER Usine List - Rhinau, France 2016 Studio : Constructing within an existing structure Teachers : Weber Patrick, Oziol Antoine

exhibition center to host the general public. One of the studio requirement was about extension buildings, I had to integrate an extension for my project and choose to create an amphitheater and seminary center in an additional volume, creating a new entrance on the north facade.

The program, with public and private areas, needed separated circulations for both type of users. Because of this double program I also had to think about the gathering and cohabitation of the various users : their entrances and exits, the facilities for the visitors and for the searchers, the way the visitors could see the laboratory without interfering with the comfort and work Today, the village of Rhinau is known for it's of the searchers.... crossing point over the Rhine, but the factory With the extension I tried to boost and break and its history are forgotten. It is still really the sometime heavy aspect of the factory, by present though : by its size and because it is introducing a new axis of construction. By this next to the main road of the village, every visitor way, I preserved an angle of the vision of the ask what is this huge and strange building doing building for its north facade, without altering here. The factory is modern by its design but the south facade. old by its decrepitude, and enormous by its size but also by the big terrain it is still maintaining today, the building is somehow installed in the middle of nowhere and seem to have been that Reflexion & program : way forever. The List Factory is one of the only building the famous Ernst Neufert desgined. In 1942, Heinrich List, a rich German industrialist decided to build his new factory at the French border, in the small village of Rhinau. He asked Ernst Neufert, who saw there the opportunity of testing his architectural principles.

For this project, the program had to be extraordinary to be plausible. That's why I chose to rehabilitate the List factory as a research center, used by scientists with laboratories and offices, but also used as a showroom and

- Maintaining the vision of the big industrial floors, their natural light and transparency. I choose to install boxes inside of the big volumes. There would be 2 types of box : semi-transparent boxes for the work spaces (offices, laboratories, workshops) and opaque boxes structuring

spaces and hiding storage, technical spaces or bathrooms. - For the double circulation issue I choose to keep the existing system of the factory for the use of the research center, but to create a new entrance and a new stairwell sliding inside the existing structure of the building. The stairs become an event inside of a really organized system, for the visitors visiting and going through the research area, without arming the good operation of the work. - The extension for the amphitheater, creating a new volume without pushing too hard on the shape of the factory. The space between the two building (the new one and the factory) become the new public entrance for the visitors and leave the south facade free of modification.

The entire presentation and the historical analysis is on issuu : https://issuu.com/dibellalise/docs/pwp_usinelist

THE NORTH ENTRANCE, BETWEEN THE EXISTING BUILDING AND ITS EXTENSION


Personal picturee, 2015 Personal picture, 2015 Photo : F.WIANNI, 2001

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PHOTO OF THE NORTH FACADE

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Furthermore, field researches had to be done in order to have the most current informations. I interviewed part of the main actors of the dynamics to understand where the city development is coming from and where it is heading to.

The master thesis can be read on issuu : https://issuu.com/dibellalise/docs/budapest_et_ses_bars_en_ruine_di_be

personal picture, july 2015

Photos of the city center of Budapest after World War II

Urban wastelands, testimony of a lack of reconstruction in the Jewish District, are today used for different purposes : parkings or terraces of hip clubs

picture of simpla's official website : szimpla.hu

A documentary research was done to understand the history, the economy and the urban politic of the city, and also to show the context of the other eastern-European capitals, in a postsocialist country or not, to see if Budapest could be compared to scheme of other cities.

Szimpla Kert, first «ruin pub», opened in 2001, it was representing a new creative flow then, that it tries to maintain now. personal picture, july 2015

Through the analysis of the prominent actors of this urban renewal, I had to research what actions were changing the city the most, in good or bad ways. I wanted to show the different levels that the changes were the most effective.

personal picture, july 2015

For the master thesis, I describe and analyze, chronologically, the evolution of a central and historical district of Budapest and its leisure places, indicative of the urban evolution and of the gentrification of the city.

ROBERT CAPA, homme à la pioche (MFM) source : KINCSEZ (Karoly), « Photographes made in Hungary », Hongrie, ACTES SUD/MOTTA, 1998.

Master Thesis 2016 Director of the Thesis : Bocquet Denis Graded with the honors of the jury

SZOLLOZY KALMAN, «Le pont Lanchid en ruine», 1945 source : KINCSEZ (Karoly), « Photographes made in Hungary », Hongrie, ACTES SUD/MOTTA, 1998.

ROMKERT IN BUDAPEST


HOTSPOT Strasbourg, France 2014 Optional class of Markus Hastenteufel Collaboration w/ Groslevin Johanna, Julen Debora, Rinaldo Pauline, Silva Nuno, Truong Antoine This workshop called ÂŤen.trainÂť was about reusing old train wagons, railways and other unused infrastructures to create emergency housing for the less fortunate. To connect this project with our city we worked on the idea th at the trains/shelters had to be a part of a more global system, connected to points in the city and in the everyday life of people. We thought about some HOTSPOTS, placed at key locations in Strasbourg : in public areas but not the touristic ones, with visibility but not focal points, to connect the community of en.train to the social dynamic of the city center. We designed mini-architecture & urban furniture, with various services (medical support, moving library) that could travel between the hotspots. We wanted this to be temporary and flexible, easy to use on both side (the one helping and the one getting help). We also thought about stationary services such as lockers, fountains and message boards. en.train. la toile.

Perspectives of the moving cabin and the lockers The designs of the structure to keep the cabins and locker simple and cost-efficient


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INTERIOR DESIGN FOR THE GRADUATION PARTY ENSAS (Architecture School), Strasbourg, France june - september 2016 Design, Organisation et Construction of the decor of the gala for the graduation party of the promotion 2016 of the ENSAS w/ Henry Mathias We had to take care of the scenography of the party if we wanted to celebrate it in a warm and festive atmosphere. The challenge here was to create a distinctive and quirky vibe for the celebration, in a place that the students celebrating their diploma knew as a work place that had been stressful,

Amphitheater of pallets Metallic drapes Buffet Stairwells with balloons Stage Exhibition area

Specification of the project : - Leaving a part of the hall for the exhibition of the student's models, - Having a podium for the bands playing music, - Covering the bay windows of the hall looking the Moll Street, - Creating an outside area for people smoking and eating We had a really small budget and Mathias & I choose to create an ÂŤAmerican promÂť vibe. We wanted to use drapes to cover the bays and to close the stairwell with balloons to have a more intimate atmosphere inside of the huge hall of the school. We choose neutral tones for the

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balloons and fabrics, but shiny ones, so the colorful lights would reflect and shine through them. We created an outdoor amphitheater, with pallets and a neutral fabric covering it. This was offering seats and tables for people enjoying the summer night to celebrate in the street next to the school. (photo credits : ENSAS 2016)

The set up had to be easy and quick. With volunteers, Mathias and I installed the different elements (the curtains, the balloons, the lights and all the furnitures) within the two days before the party. Because the event was short (just a few hours), and because we had to remove everything really quickly after the party because an other event was taking place in the hall the next day, we used simple hanging systems for the drapes and the nets for the balloons.


ANAMORPHOSIS : UN DÉJEUNER SUR L’OMBRE april 2015 Intensive artistic studies Collaboration w/ Ferreux Charlotte Researches around the anamorphosis, between optical illusions, mathematics and the perfectly magical timing. We wanted to work with light, to create a light effect, and after a few day of research we got interested by shadows, the one created by the movements of the sun, hazardous patterns, sometimes induced by an elaborated system, or the opposite : a clearly drawn shape induced by a hazardous composition.


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dibellalise@gmail.com

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