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Doria

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doriaracano@libero.it mobile 0490 185 969 19 Duff Parade Viewbank VIC 3084


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background information fourth academic year fifth academic year thesis

...Construction is to take on: the Architecture is to move. Le Corbusier

major work achievements


EDUCATION & QUALIFICATIONS 10/2013

2007/2013

Successful completion of professional practice exam in “Civil and Environmental Engineering” Master of Science in Building Engineering and Architecture Politecnico di Bari, State University, Bari - Italy • Architectural design, building and urban planning (performance, technological and technical, energy and environmental, building, structural, safety aspects) • Technological innovations connected with design and structural aspects in terms of sustainability and high performance in the field of the energy matter • Restoration of both historical and modern and contemporary buildings with the aim to overcome the technical and performance deficiencies • Restoration and recovery within the urban settlements with particular attention to the processes of transformation, regeneration of settlement structures,

improvement of environmental performances • Final mark 110/110

2001/2006

High School Diploma specialising in Science State High School of Science “Leonardo da Vinci”, Cassano delle Murge, Bari- Italy • Mathematics and computer Science sequence • Final mark 100/100

PROFESSIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE 06/2012 - 03/2013

Research Project DICATECh (Civil, Environmental, Planning, Construction and Chemical engineering Department), Politecnico di Bari, State University, Bari - Italy Practical training period in environmental applied physics and comprehensive design: "Cool and Green roofs for passive cooling in Bioclimatic Architecture " • Integration of building thermal modeling and thermal insulation performance • Numerical comparative analysis by means of dynamic simulations • Green roof design

03/2013 - 11/2013

Building Engineer - Architect SAD Progetti - Structural and Architectural Design S.r.l. Cassano delle Murge 70020, Bari - Italy Architecture and Engineering studies activities, Technical testing and analysis techniques • Energy and environmental analysis • Bioclimatic analysis for urban design • Analysis for structural elements consolidation (reinforced concrete and masonry structures) • Architectural survey • Rendering 3D

COMPUTER SKILLS & SOFTWARE DESIGN Graphic Design: PhotoShop, Adobe InDesign CAD: Archicad, Autocad (2D, 3D) Building Energy simulation: DesignBuilder, EnergyPlus 3D animation and rendering software: Artlantis Three-dimensional microclimate model: Envimet Software for Energy performance and certification: Termus, Docet


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fourth academic year


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There are two basic techniques : the direct and the indirect survey. The direct survey involves measuring operations in direct contact with the objects to document. With indirect survey the measurements are carried out with optical and mechanical instruments , or computerised high precision. Therefore, it involves a series of complex calculations , in order to obtain a graphic translation of objects detected within of a spatial coordinate system . • Inspections and sketches freehand sketches , which reproduce the building in its proportions and the most significant architectural details. • Measuring proceed by measuring the different architectural elements through the use of various tools such as tape measures, steel roll-up , plumb lines , cords metrics of variable length, laser distance meters. • Trilaterations The method consists of determining the trilaterations which includes any notable point of the perimeter planimetric to detect, as the vertex of a triangle having one side belonging to the so-called " straight base," joining two known points coplanar. • Digital photogrammetry This stage involves shooting and obtaining images, which are then processed and straightened with the aid of particular software • Graphics returning Production of technical drawings such as floor plans , elevations, sections and construction details of the work detected.

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The story of a city , as well as written documents and oral sources , can be witnessed by another repertoire of objects , which summarizes historic, architectural, cultural, religious aspects of our people . The architectural survey must necessarily be preceded by a historical survey that allows an understanding of the context in which the work is to be planned. It should be traced to sources, both direct and indirect . Among the earliest epigraphic sources may include engraved on stone plaques , which can be written dedications , references to the house , allusions to the author of the work, information about the date of creation. Even the heraldic sources , such as family crests and symbols , should be considered as sources of direct type , found "on site" of the work. Those indirect sources of literary origin , as well as pictures, paintings, prints, are from the historical archives .

It can be assumed that the origins of Ruvo date back to Italic age, not like a city, certainly as a village. Ruvo, therefore, was increased and civilized by Greek colonists. In the Middle Ages, after the barbarian invasions, the ancient city was completely destroyed and reduced to rubble which did raise the soil of the city by twenty - thirty palms. Ruined by destruction Ruvo arranged to fortify a compound wall. The century from 1166 to 1266 was a golden age, infact the Cathedral, and its bell tower, were built in the first half of the thirteenth century. Declared a national monument, major restoration work was carried out in order to restore the church to its former splendour and simplicity. The first thinning of the walls and of the tower had to be made between 1350 and 1503. The ancient wall was rebuilt solid and covered with well worked and well-connected stones. In 1516 it was rebuilt from the ground up. The stretch of the old walls and two large towers were rebuilt that are the only remains of medieval fortifications still exist today.

Architectural Survey of Ruvo's old town & chapels


Caldarola's Chapel

Stragapede's Chapel Architectural survey of the two chapels of the cemetery of Ruvo includes analysis of symbolism of the decoration and underlying geometry.

Architectural Drawing II + Workshop prof. eng. Francesco Paolo De Mattia prof arch. Elia Putignano Tutor: arch. Mario Di Puppo 2010 \ 2011


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Architectural Survey of Ruvo's old town & chapels


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History of Contemporary Architecture + Workshop prof arch. Francesco Moschini Tutor: arch. Vincenzo D'Alba eng. Francesco Maggiore arch. Lorenzo Pietropaolo 2010 \ 2011

REFERENCES: Kompozhice VIII, Vasilij Kandiskij Guggenheim Museum, New York 1923; Neue Nationalgalerie,Mies Van der Rohe, Berlino 1962-1968; Concrete House (Casa De Blas)Alberto Campo Baeza, Madrid 2000; Vista Proscenio Teatro Olimpico Andrea Palladio, Vicenza, inizio lavori 1580, inaugurazione 1585; Glaspavillion , Werkbund, Bruno Taut, Colonia 1914

T.E.S.I. Project Experimental interuniversity European Thesis


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The large area will feature various pavilions , of different sizes. With this new configuration , the goal is to create a centre of cultural exchange for all college students , and an even wider audience . The basis of the design concept proposed is the elimination of all unidirectional paths which allow one to experience the joys of exploring possibilities. Be fascinated by the architecture of the pavilions, which are located freely in the natural surroundings , at a leisurely pace. To emphasize the different spatial and temporal dimensions between the avenues of the pavillons and the path to access the library, the project includes a portico. This provides guide-path access, in order to evoke the idea of the spiritual path that leads to knowledge.

REFERENCES:

"The palace of Libraries" Theory, History & Design Assumptions for the campus of Bari


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fifth academic year Pier Luigi Nervi, Palazzo del lavoro


In many Italian cities the last few decades have been characterized by a strong depletion of urban quality, not only due to poor construction to maximise profits, but also the underestimation of the problems associated with maintenance. The issue of abandon sites can be considered both a problem and an opportunity for the city: • a problem because every abandoned area is a visible sign of a failure; • opportunity as every abandoned area, has the possibility of rethinking and restructuring of an entire zones . A study of existing services and their relationships showed a twofold requirement. First the need for services that could suppor the activities of that area, and secondly, the continuity of these services at certain times. The proposed project aims to solve these urban problems, satisfiing the needs highlighted. This provides the whole area with required functions, as derived from the study. The following weaknesses and suggestions for improvement were revealed : • the traffic congestion, • the lack of connection with the main centers of attraction in the city, • the request to improve the usability of the neighbors shopping precint and cultural centers. The functional mix, provides a new route, underground parking, the reorganization of the bus stations and the increase of essential services to connect the centers of attraction mentioned above. The project includes the creation of a multi-purpose center, sports and entertainment facilities, students lodging, a shopping boulevard and dedicated green areas.

Comprehensive Design eng. Mariella De Fino 2011 \ 2012


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Acoustic Comfort Dance & Drama Academy


Ground Floor

First Floor

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The study focused on one of the rooms of the Academy: the theater. A confined environment can be studied in relation to two features: - Sound absorption, - Acoustic insulation. The phenomena of reflection of airborne noise depend on the type of surfaces that the environment contains and sound absorption of the material which constitutes such surfaces. For each material, we can define a sound absorption coefficient Îą, the ratio between the absorbed energy and the incident energy.

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The effects of reverberant sound were evaluated based on the determination of the reverberation time T60 and the sound pressure level. The actual reverberation time at various frequencies must be compared with the optimum reverberation time.

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It was hypothesized that materials with sound absorption coefficients, related to a frequency of 1000 Hz, suited to the needs of a dance academy.

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Second Floor

The side walls and the rear wall are plastered, the ceiling is suspended and plasterboard made from smooth plaster and the floor is carpeted. The absorption of upholstered armchairs, was calculated based on the room being occupied by 80% of viewers. From the comparison of the actual and optimal reverberation time resulted in T60 < Topt. For this reason, in the redesign the objective was to decrease the equivalent absorption area, or reduce the coefficient of absorption, inputting less sound absorbing materials. To this end it was decided to change materials that would allow a decrease in phono absorption. The ceiling, consisting of suspended panels, was designed in wood or plywood, with interspace between the panel and the surface.

Even over long distances from the sound origin, first-order reflection can be used with a delay compared to the direct sound content and therefore improve sound quality. For this reason, there has been a change to the geometric profile of the ceiling to ensure a good sound to the last rows of seats. The verification of the path of sound beams ("ray tracing") was also carried out under the gallery, where the sound failed to reach adequately. The diagrams on the next page highlight the phenomena caused by multiple reflection profile of the roof, consisting of irregular panels.

A useful function that can be performed from the ceiling, if shaped properly, can be a reflector that can reinforce the direct sound.

West Front

East Front


Stratigraphy: The diagram shows the detail of the ceiling panels . The system chosen consists of an aluminum substructure with L-profiles attached to the reinforced concrete. The steel tie rods , bolted to the substructure , allow the fixing of the panels. Assuming initial panels were plasterboard plastered ( Îą1 = 0.06 at 1000 Hz ), while in the redesign were predicted plywood ( Îą2 = 0.05 at 1000 Hz ) with a cavity , in order to obtain the continuity of all coating materials , without neglecting the maintenance of low values of sound absorption . Thanks to the flexibility of the steel cables , configurable in different lengths , the visual continuity of the panels is guaranteed at all

points. The adjustments of steel cables allows different inclinations necessary for the optimal path of the rays . Between the panel and the slab of concrete is an air gap to increase the dampening capacity of the system adopted , as the sound waves affecting the panels put them in vibration: a part of the sound energy is absorbed and the remainder is radiated into the environment. For the need to reduce the sound energy absorbed by the panels , this is not an insulating material inside the panels , which would otherwise have led to a further reduction of the T60 .

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Town Planning Project prof eng. Francesco Selicato eng. Francesco Rotondo 2011 \ 2012


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Food and wine route

Town boundary

Facilities of food and wine route

Urban green Technlogical route Trees Facilities of Technological route

Parking University Educational farm

Botanic route Park "Ognissanti" park

Vineyard Pasture area Production settlement

Shops Event centre Sommelier school Conference room

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The preliminary analysis relating to the towns of Capurso , Cellamare and Valenzano demonstrated the characteristics of the territory and the contents of urban plans and programs. The goals were: enhancement of historic centers, the connection between the old and new town, connection of the three towns as well. The focus is on the relationship between several open spaces , close to the urban centers and areas of connection between the three towns , the roads, the intended use of the spaces that unify. The aim is to know and understand the characteristics of the three towns in order to restore their urban identity and territorial aspects for the redevelopment of the entire territory and of the urban centers. This supports the underlying philosophy of the project which intends to build its own territorial regeneration of what remains of the historic and environmental resources often forgotten or abandoned in a state of decay and lack of consideration . This specific part of the plan has the objective to create a material connection between the greenway and the historic center of Valenzano through the creation of a network of bicycle and pedestrian slow mobility paths for the use of historical, cultural and environmental gain. The design of the pedestrian network promotes respect for the environment to improve the quality of life, to create a consistent and modern infrastructure, to promote social inclusion in a "Mediterranean" perspective, remaining faithful to the characteristics of the zone. The goal is to move freely in a "sustainable" way, making the territory free from dependence of cars as the only means of travel, promoting walking and cycling.

Strengthening of minor historical centers and of the landscape/territorial reference system Capurso, Cellamare, Valenzano

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Architecture & Architectural Composition III + Workshop prof arch. Mauro Scionti 2011 \ 2012

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Project location: Bari, Poggiofranco.

Masterplan design from "Campo Marzio" Piranesi. Sustainable design for social housing includes: 1 layout of the project;

2 improvement of the microclimate; 3 enclosures;

4 choice of materials

REFERENCES :

Sluseholmen, Copenhagen, Arkitema Architects

Complex at Sandtorkai, Amburgo, Ingrid Spengler, Manfred Wieschol

Sct. Pouls Have, Holstebro. Arkitema Architects

Lunghezzina 2, Roma. Thomas Herzog, Fabrizio Tucci

Bioclimatic design of a residential neighborhood


45 mq Apartments 65 mq Apartments 95 mq Duplex Lodge Shops Bioclimatic hall First Floor

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RAINSCREEN WALL SYSTEM

65 mq Apartments

SUNSCREENS

45 mq Apartments

The rainscreen wall system allows a high aesthetic quality and remarkable benefits of thermal and acoustic insulation. This system makes it possible to protect a building against the action of wind and rain canceling the effects of water pouring on the wall, keeping dry the underlying structure. In the field of innovative architecture, the rainscreen wall system is characterized by an insulating layer fixed to the supporting structure and a coating layer applied to the building by means of the anchoring systems. Between the insulating layer and the coating, there is an air gap which creates an effective natural ventilation.

   

On the right - Vertical Section detail of rainscreen wall system drawing scale 1:10; - Horizontal Section Detail drawing scale 1:10; - Perspective

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1_Sheet 2_Railing 3_Suspension device 4_Adjustment slots 5_Side flaps with rubber gasket 6_Support devices in steel 7_Upright in aluminum 8_Anchor bolts in steel 9_Aluminum brackets 10_Insulation

The greenhouse bioclimatic atrium is closed in winter, for passive solar gain, and fully shielded and open in the summer. Exterior solar shading blades made from terracotta elliptical cross-section of 500 x 60 x 32 mm, mounted on a metal substructure. This is designed to shield the atrium from the sun. The shutters are crossed by a tubular metal, anchored to steel plates, fixed to the horizontal bars of steel.







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Buildings are built with natural materials, breathable and eco-friendly and are not derived from petroleum chemistry. The use of these materials (wood, stone and terracotta) and the application of some technical methodologies provide protection against electromagnetic emissions from radon gas and noise pollution. Homes are all "organically" designed with a system that meets the parameters of green building and green architecture and therefore allows a considerable saving in energy consumption, with a consequent cost reduction. The design of these buildings, made of biocompatible materials, takes into account the orientation of the building taking advantage of the natural sunlight and shading.

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Research Project in Environmental Applied Physics and Comprehensive Design 06/2012 - 03/2013


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Cool and Green Roofs for Passive Cooling in Bioclimatic Architecture


The increase of peak and energy demand during the cooling season is becoming a crucial issue, as well as the intensification of the urban heat island effect. This phenomenon involves different issues: reduction of greenhouse gases, quality and comfort in outdoor and indoor environment, security of energy supply, public health. The building sector is directly involved in this change and adequate solutions can provide great benefit at energy and environmental levels. Roofs in particular are envelope components for which advanced solutions can provide significant energy savings in cooled buildings or improve indoor thermal conditions in not cooled buildings. Cool materials keep the roof cool under the sun by reflecting the incident solar radiation away from the building and radiating the heat away at night. Roofs covered with vegetation take benefits of the additional thermal insulation provided by the soil and of the evapo-transpiration to keep the roof cool under the sun. These two technologies are different in: structural requirements, initial and lifetime maintenance costs, impact on the overall energy performance of buildings. This thesis presents a numerical comparative analysis between these solutions, taking into account the several parameters that affect the final energy performances. By means of dynamic simulations, the thesis depicts how cool and green roofs can improve the energy performance of residential buildings in different localities at Mediterranean latitudes.

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The analysis is carried out using a validated tool; hence the results' acceptance goes along with the model accuracy. Even if energy optimisation strategies of the roof cannot prevent from taking into account the thermal insulation and thermal mass, the results show that the mitigation strategies of the urban heat island, currently planned by the metropolitan area authorities, can positively impact the energy performance of dwellings on annual basis. The upgrade of conventional hot roofing systems has net energy advantages, especially considering the new insulation standards adopted throughout the European Mediterranean countries. Cool roof are very effective for the cooling and (excluding the northern area of the basin) energy savings. Cool roofs are the most effective solutions for the centre and southern areas of the Mediterranean basin. Not insulated house might have excessive increase in heating demand but, on the other side, cool roofs practically may avoid the installation of the cooling systems, because of the very low cooling energy demand. Low emittance cool roofs perform worse than cool roofs, because of the reduced radiative losses at night time, but improve the performance of conventional roofs. For the same reason, metallic cool roofs have also limited heating penalties respect to conventional cool roofs. They might represent an acceptable compromise in the coolest Mediterranean area. The study highlighted a first very important issue: green

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roofs performances strongly depend on the water content of the systems with the adopted model. A well wet green roof has good cooling performance, but relaying on the rainfall does not ensure effective energy performances during the dry Mediterranean hot season, especially in the centre and the south east of the basin. Water management need to be calibrated according to the climate conditions and the main energy use. The variability of green roofs as a function of many variable makes it clear that a definitive comparison among the selected techniques will require in-depth analyses taking into account, besides the energy issue, other important aspects: water management and demand, life cycle analysis and costs, environment impacts on urban comfort and on the urban heat island mitigation.

The first table shows the hightest summer temperatures in Bari for the three different roof (red line - traditional roof, blue line - green roof, green line - cool roof). The second table shows the hightest summer temperatures in Milan. The bottom chart shows the energy demand for different kind of roof

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Alta Murgia, "Mesola" Woods - Cassano delle Murge (BA) ITALY Renovation of a messuage

Environmental System

Typology Destination

Agricultural Building Equine farm & Accomodation facilities

Technological System

Structure Roof Wall Covering

Frame reinforced concrete Wooden trusses Masonry - Depth 70 cm Stone Materials


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Location Category

Alta Murgia, "Mesola" Woods - Cassano delle Murge (BA) ITALY Renovation of a messuage

Environmental System

Typology Destination

Single House Bed & Breakfast

Technological System

Structure Roof Wall Covering

Frame reinforced concrete Wooden trusses Masonry - Depth 70 cm Stone Materials

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The development plan includes measures for new construction within a less developed area. The site is located Cassano delle Murge, Bari, Italy. It is in the immediate outskirts of the urban area and grows to a length of over 800 meters. It contains an area of high environmental value in the elaborate plan that shows it is adjacent to the forest. In response to environmental analysis conducted, the design of the entire district was carried out by the aid of software (Envimet). The optimal arrangement of the buildings according to the exposure of the winds and the sun is to ensure the highest thermal insulation and the best energy performance. The design has been carried out with reference to specific provisions. In ensuring the highest standards of housing quality there was a focus on :

a. organizational policies that take into account the special environmental and microclimate needs; b . scaling of the roads that were contained dimensionally, although sufficient to ensure easy access into the inner part of the area;

c . presence of large public areas intended for communal spaces such as, public parks, parking lots and leaving a large central area of dedicated green space . d. Housing types that open onto large green areas, with specific design features which take into account the climatic peculiarities of the area (such as window placement).

The project provides the division of areas for different functional purposes (residential areas , roads and parking areas, pedestrian walkways and green areas, service areas ). This takes into account economic factors that favor low operating costs without compromising the quality and standards of the design itself .


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Identification

Location Category

Via Convento, Viale UnitĂ d'Italia - Cassano delle Murge (BA) ITALY New Construction

Environmental System

Typology Destination

Single House Single family residence

Technological System

Structure Roof Wall Covering

Frame reinforced concrete Plan roof - Depth 35 cm Masonry - Depth 35 cm Stone Materials

Ground Floor

First Floor


Basement Floor

Identification

Location Category

Via Convento, Viale UnitĂ d'Italia - Cassano delle Murge (BA) ITALY New Construction

Environmental System

Typology Destination

Row House Family residence

Technological System

Structure Roof Wall Covering

Frame reinforced concrete Plan roof - Depth 35 cm Masonry - Depth 35 cm Stone Materials

Ground Floor

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First Floor


First Floor Basement Floor

Ground Floor

Identification

Location Category

Contrada Collina Santa Lucia, Via Viterbo - Cassano delle Murge (BA) ITALY New Construction

Environmental System

Typology Destination

Single House Single family residence

Technological System

Structure Roof Wall Covering

Frame reinforced concrete Archway in reinforced concrete - Depth 35 cm Masonry - Depth 40 cm Stone Materials


Basement Floor

Ground Floor

Identification

Location Category

Contrada Collina Santa Lucia, Via Viterbo - Cassano delle Murge (BA) ITALY New Construction

Environmental System

Typology Destination

Single House Single family residence

Technological System

Structure Roof Wall Covering

Frame reinforced concrete Plan Roof in reinforced concrete - Depth 35 cm Masonry and Glass - Depth 35 cm Stone Materials - Wood Resine

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