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ELENA ARDIGHIERI A R C H I T E C T U R A L P O R T F O L I O SELECTION OF PROJECTS | 2006-2012


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Cp1 _ Jøssingfjord Museum _ Norway | David Garcia Studio (DK)

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Cp2 _ MAP 04 _ København | David Garcia Studio (DK)

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Ap1 _ Master Thesis _ Temporary Homes for a Moving Society _ Aalborg | Aalborg University (DK)

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Ap2 _ Zero energy housing complex _ Aalborg | Aalborg University (DK)

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Ap3 _ Fyrkat Museum _ Fyrkat | Aalborg University (DK)

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Ap4 _ Photographer’s dwelling _ Hastolm | Aalborg University (DK)

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Ap5 _ Requalification of a goods station _ Europan 2009 for Graz | Politecnico di Milano (IT)

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Ap6 _ Requalification of Scalo Farini and Art School of Brera _ Milano | Politecnico di Milano (IT)

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Ap7 _ Administrational centre _ Baranzate | Politecnico di Milano (IT)

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Ap8 _ Conversion of an industrial warehouse into a religious centre _ Milano | Politecnico di Milano (IT)

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ArtD _ Artistic Drawing | Art’s Hight School of Treviglio (IT)

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Elena Ardighieri

ELENA ARDIGHIERI via delle querce 8B, 24047 Treviglio (BG), Italy C.F.Møllers Allè 64 st, 2300 København S, Denmark +39 3476711946 +45 26550727 elenardighieri@gmail.com http://cargocollective.com/elenardighieri I was born on the warm beginning of the summer, june 13th 1986. I started to walk later than I learn to draw. Quite but curious child. Sharp observer. Self-touch schoolchild. I started my teens surrounded by the Nature, and I finished it with a backpack on my shoulders. Art and Nature, sounds and colors, materiality and abstraction entered deeply in my veins creating works on my high school’s desk. I work, I love, I travel, I experiment, I speak with strangers, I learn from books, from newspapers, from internet, from tutorials, from others, but especially I learn by looking around me, with my nose up over the skyline.

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Curriculum Vitae //DATA Born in Treviglio (BG), 13|06|1986 Italian citizienship studies in ITALY and DENMARK lived in Italy, London, Denmark //LANGUAGES Italian mother tongue

//STUDIES Master in Architecture and Design _ January 2012 Aalborg University | Denmark thesis: Temporary Homes for a Moving Society Bachelor degree in Architecture of Constructions _ September 2009 Politecnico di Milano | Civil Architecture 101|110 thesis: The Sign and the Context, in the requalification of disused industrial areas High School diploma in Art _ July 2006 High School of Art | Treviglio _ Italy 100|100

English

level B2 IELTS band score 7/9

Spanish

understanding _ level B1 speaking|writing _ level A2

Portuguese understanding _ level A2 speaking|writing _ level A1 //COMPUTER MacOs X | Windows Microsoft Office Autocad, Photoshop, Illustrator, Indesign, Sketchup + V-ray Cesco Estrada (static diagrams), Ecotech (acustic and light), Bsim (PHPP) learning: Rhyno, Grassoper //STUDY’S COURSES Master in Architecture and Design _ AAU DK Innovation and Enterprenership, Daylight, Ventilation, Technology and Acustic studies, Tectonic Design: architectural forms and structures, Forms and Materials workshop, Conceptual Architectonic Design workshop Movies and Architecture workshop. Architecture and Constructions _ POLITECNICO MI Analysis of Urban Morphology and of Building Typology, Analysis of cities and regions, Interior Design, Urban Design, Restoration, Structural Mechanics, Mathematics, Thecnical Phisic, Survey and professional practice, Thecnology and Morphology in the Environment Recovery, History of Architecture and Art.

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Curriculum Vitae //WORKS

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Urban planning freelancer at Active City Transformation | København _ 01|08|2012 till today focus on the development of interactive urban projects that integrate motion and activities into daily experiences. Urban competitions in Denmark, Sverige and Germany. Collaboration with other architectural companies (COBE - GHB) Architectural collaborator at David Garcia Studio | København _ 01|02|2011 to 31|07|2011 the work was focused on competitions and architectural experimentations in extreme environments, contributing in the editing and design of the projects belonging to the six-months issue MAP04 (Manual of Architectural Possibilities)

Certificate of excellence at the International competition “Home”, winner on more than 400 participants. _ BTI 2012 Certificate of Master degree in Architecture and Design Certificate of bachelor in Architecture of Constructions _ (score 101|110) Hight School of Art diploma _ (score 100|100) Certificate of attendance to the National Institute of Art and Restoration _ ICR Rome Certificate of attendance to the FAI (Found for the Italian Environment) IELTS certification of academic english ESOL examination of Cambridge University (PET)

Architectural collaborator for the structural studio CSW Structure _ 20|01|2009 to 20|05|2009 devising solutions with a point of departure in technical and environmental problems, developing design solutions with an optimized interplay between architectural expressions, spaces, forms, functions, energy conditions and indoor climate.

//INTERESTS Travels and old books Museums, Paints and Drawings, Sculpture, Photography, Music, Phylosophy, Reading, Movies Nature, Sports, Languages, knowledge of different Cultures, good Food and Cooking

Works relationed with the public, in Italy, UK and Denmark sport journalist, cinema discussions organizer, art exibitions organizer small art’s commitions for private clients part-time jobs while studying (ex. Starbucks, catering, social assistance, ...)

//QUALITIES I keep my character and my calm disposition wherever I am: work, studies, social and private life; I love stay with people of every culture and religion, and I’m always learning and paying attention of how the others are working and living, keep from them everything interesting for my own experience. After a great amount of hard work and privations I learned to keep my patiente and “keep going” behaviour in every kind of activity and work I’m doing. I prefer to participate in a work group as an active part of it, without left the others doing all the decisions, without having discussions and comparisons. That is one of the motivation of my studies abroad. And at the end: I love challenges and challenge myself!

//COMPETITIONS WINNER OF INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION “HOME” by Building Trust International 2012 (single participation with own personal project belonging to my Master Thesis) Jøssingfjord Museum _ 3rd price (collaboration with David Garcia Studio) Fyrkat Museum _ (master student group of 3 persons at Aalborg University) Art exibition “Identity” _ (own exhibition) _ Treviglio | Italy exposition of academical drawings of the human body and its expression in an abstract way of research, showed in the old Library’s kiosk in Treviglio. Paints and sculpture exibition “Kabala” _ (own exhibition) _ Vaprio d’Adda | Italy exibition of academical paints and drawings regarding the ebraic culture, and in particular the Kabala philosophy, mounted in the Calisto Art Cafè in Vailate.

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Collaborations projects

//COLLABORATIONS PROJECTS DAVID GARCIA STUDIO | København _ 1|02|2011 to 31|07|2011

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//SELECTION OF PROJECTS Cp1 _ Jøssingfjord Museum _ Norway | David Garcia Studio (DK) Cp2 _ MAP 04 _ København | David Garcia Studio (DK)

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Jøssingfjord | Norway| > February-March 2011 //MUSEUM COMPETITION | ILMENITE architectural design, medium scale project

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Jøssingfjord is a particular area where both geology, industry and community have made their inroads into this dramatic landscape.

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The headline for the planning work has been 'People - Nature Technology'. This has to reflects on: - the links between today's modern mining and the region's long industrial history and power; - the intimate connection to the hard surrounding; - the historical experience of the 2nd World War and of the Magma Geopark to visit the mines. Hovedrute

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This can be read in three different ways: horizontally, experiencing the valley, vertically, experiencing the skylights, and historically, experiencing the old buildings and their miner origin. The project's aim is to well fit in these three goals, both in the surrounding scale and in a human scale. It is in these surroundings valleys that the Council and Dalane Folk Museum will establish the region's new documentation, dissemination and adventure centre. Realizing with the 'Project Jøssingfjord Centre' a mining and geology place.

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clusters’ conformation 1 Administrasjon 1 2 Garderobe/toalett 2 1 Inngang/utgang 1 3 Permanent utstilling 3 10 Inngang/utgang 8 4 Permanent utstilling 4 2 7 5 Permanent utstilling 5 2 9 6 Skiftende 6 3 utstilling 11 7 Kafé 7 3 6 8 Lab 8 4 5 9 Butikk 9 4 12 10 Auditorium 10 12 11 Fritlufts utstilling 11 12 Magasin/værksted 12

flow’s direction 1 Administrasjon 2 Garderobe/toalett 3 Permanent utstilling 4 Permanent utstilling 5 Permanent utstilling 6 Skiftende utstilling7 Kafé 8 Lab 9 Butikk 10 Auditorium 11 Fritlufts utstilling 12 Magasin/værksted

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[1] diagramatic explanations of the main idea [2] overall vision of the museum settled in the landscape of Jøssingfjord

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Collaboration project1 Cp2 Ap1 Ap2 Ap3 Ap4 Ap5 Ap6 Ap7 Ap8 ArcD ArtD By distributing the different space program flows as a coherent cluster that surrounds an inner courtyard, inspired to a traditional Norwegian yard, each volume of the building forms a close relationship to the terrain and a visual connection to the historical buildings and the surrounding landscape. The inner courtyard provides a unique opportunity to have a single circular access to all features and an outdoor exhibition that can be closed. In this way, nature is both an external and an internal part of the visit experience. A further way to experience the environment and the nature at eye height, is been done by the roof, that provides both the light and a vision to the high mountains. The rooms have varying heights, which lead to a roof structure that in a natural but effective way copes with the winter snowfall. The varying heights draw in addition a unique profile of the sky and the mountains, while the openings in the roof pointing to the vertical landscape, both frame the particular parts of nature and draw daylight into the rooms.

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Collaboration project1 Cp2 Ap1 Ap2 Ap3 Ap4 Ap5 Ap6 Ap7 Ap8 ArcD ArtD The moment the visitors enter Ilmenite, in a distribution scale, can immediately recognize the common functions and the begin of the exhibition. Tickets and information are to the right, while the locker room and the main entrance to the exhibitions are on the left. The main axis is at the same time foyer containing the shop and cafe further down, and it gives a look on the courtyard, the exhibition in the nature and the cave houses, framed with mountain in the background. From the first exhibition room, the visitors have access to the old power station, and its interior becomes itself part of the museum experience. The continued flow follows the farm's perimeter, through a transparent transition, where the power station can be seen.

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The Foyer-axis divides the building into two main areas: the exhibition that is flexible and can be closed as needed, and the administration services that can work both for themselves and in conjunction with the exhibition area. A common area that includes a café, some toilet facilities with changing rooms and a shop, tie the two areas together. Magazines and workshops are strategically placed so that they can supply both temporary and permanent exhibitions as well as having a direct access to the delivery of goods from outside. The administrative part of Ilmenite is organized as an open office environment where museum employees, project employees and future employees will sit. The light streams in through the meeting room, which would be daily opened, but can be shielded by meetings. Room height allows indoor plants to enrich the study through the dark months. Furthermore there is a direct access to the foyer and auditorium directly from the outside, in a way that can be used when the museum is closed.

[7] [8] [9] entrance | cafè | exhibition [10] section from the main access to the cafè

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Cp1 Collaboration project2 Ap1 Ap2 Ap3 Ap4 Ap5 Ap6 Ap7 Ap8 ArcD ArtD CPH | Denmark > January - June 2011 //004 MAP FLOOD Manual of Architectural Possibilities

MAP aims to exercise architecture in the realm of speculation, through the boundaries and directions set by research and investigations, carried out into a series of fields and themes. MAP 004 FLOODS deals with the spatial implications of inundation, presenting projects in The Netherlands, Italy, the US and the Maldives. A phenomenon that crosses multiple boundaries and scales, flooding can occur in seconds or hundreds of years, surface from multiple directions, be natural or artificial in origin, of water, mud or even molasses. Rhyno, Photoshop, Illustrator, Indesign

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Cp1 Collaboration project2 Ap1 Ap2 Ap3 Ap4 Ap5 Ap6 Ap7 Ap8 ArcD ArtD Each MAP issue is divided in two pages, which are respectively involving: 3 months of researches 3 months of designing projectual solutions 004 MAP FLOOD ANALYSIS page research on floods in the World, its effects and problems, and ways to avoids the problem or use it as a new prospective. The publication of this research aims thereby to merge the fields of science and research, helping in this way a clarification of the topic where the architecture is going to be settled.

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Academic projects

//ACADEMIC PROJECTS Aalborg University | Architecture and Design _ 2010 | 2012 Politecnico di Milano | Civil Architecture _ 2006 | 2009

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//SELECTION OF PROJECTS Ap1 _ Zero energy housing complex _ Aalborg | Aalborg University (DK) Ap2 _ Photographer’s dwelling _ Hastolm | Aalborg University (DK) _ Milano | Politecnico di Milano (IT) _ Europan 2009 for Graz | Politecnico di Milano (IT) Ap5 _ Administrational centre _ Baranzate | Politecnico di Milano (IT) Ap6 _ Conversion of a warehouse into a religious centre _ Milano | Politecnico di Milano (IT)

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Cp1 Cp2 Academic project1 Ap2 Ap3 Ap4 Ap5 Ap6 Ap7 Ap8 ArcD ArtD CPH | Denmark > September 2011- January 2012 //TEMPORARY HOMES FOR A MOVING SOCIETY Master Thesis Sketchup, V-ray, Photoshop, Illustrator, Indesign My Master Thesis wanted to research upon aspects that are both coming from my experience as a member part of this new society, and from statistical analysis, social behaviours, architectural-technological-anthropomorphous essays. The research was then the starting point for a coherent establishment of an new, visionary, architectural solution.

The main aim of this “visionary� theme is to arise a concrete problem, that has always been underestimate, creating debate on the architectural field, as the CO2 issue and the technology are doing. The new fast growing society, its precariousness, its increasing movements in the globe, the globalisation phenomena, all of them are connected to the main issues that nowadays the architectural world has to face. Temporary Homes for a Moving Society is not just an architectural project, it is a new methodology of thinking about a solution for a new developed target, result of a technological and digital world, where the time for everything is speed up.

As architects, why are we induced to think less about our main aim: the society, reducing the coolest residential architectures we produce just for a certain elite? Why, as young architects, do not we start to think about our new society and how we are nowadays living and

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The ambition of this project is then: think how we, as new generation, can use all the updates we have to do a coher-

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Cp1 Cp2 Academic project1 Ap2 Ap3 Ap4 Ap5 Ap6 Ap7 Ap8 ArcD ArtD It is a Net-Worked system of architecture spread all over the World which can help the young moving generation to temporary live inside the proposed architecture since they establish a permanent work position and consequently a permanent living settlement, leaving at that point their temporary living cell to another user.

STAKEHOLDERS a successful assessment will identify not only who should be i also whose support will be critical for implementation of eme

It is a Net-Worked system of temporary and changeable possibilities, which can become a perfect solution for people to meet and exchange knowledges, accellerating both the process of finding/establish or create a work position and the process of developing in a wider way the progression everywhere, whithout lose dare personalities inappropriately. NET-WORK COMMUNITY individuals, group

“ I think that architecture not a permanent art; IDENTIFYING THEis ISSUES - analysing the resultsand fixed, but rather something that is completed - evaluating the connected researches something that- evaluating growsthetowards competencesthe future, is expanded ORGANIZATIONS upon, renovated and developed. This is the concept of INSTITUTIONS FOR�CHANGE Metabolism (metabolize, circulate andPLANNING recycle). - setting the goals - exploring the alternatives

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- developing [ Kisho Kurukawa, from the Age of Machine to the Age of Life a] plan TAKING ACTION - physical changes - attitudinal-behavioural changes - political-administrational changes

PROCESS MANAGERS planners, facilitors, mediators

the new society wants to partecipate actively in their jobs, and wants to find the best settlement that fits its competences and needs ACTIVITIES

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A composition of 3 modular structural grid represents the way the living units are organized, their distribution and access system as well as structural considerations on anchorages, technical pipes of each unit concentrated in specific prefabricated sides for a better connection to the technical shafts, creation of public outdoor spaces at high levels in the building which guarantee an outdoor space for the units that do not have the possibility to have a balcony. The predetermination of the shell does not have to mean restriction of inside qualitative solutions, it means instead: challenge the organization of the inside going beyond the conventionality, allowing a more free and personal experience of the indoor. ibility: a) 2x15 m2 + 2x25 m2 b) 1x15 m2 + 2x25 m2 c) 1x15 m2 + 1x25 m2 d) 2x15 m2 + 2x25 m2 e) 1x15 m2 + 2x25 m2 a

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While the dimensions of the living units were fixed to the frame’s containers, guaranteing their flexibility in therms of “MOBILITY”, the common areas’ dimensions were fixed according to both the room program, and their approach of being flexible for other functions when not used for the building’s inhabitants needs. Furthermore, since the cost and functions inside each dwelling are reduced, the common areas have been designed not just in a qualitative and functional way, but also to guarantee a comfortable distribution.

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“ A network society is able to share resources and therefore get [ Vicente Guallard, Sociopolis ] MORE for LESS ”

In regard of a flexible area’s aim, the organization of the inside space follows the idea of distributing the space and change it according to the amount and typology of functions needed and people living.

combination of living units (3 blocks) and common area 3 storeys = 1 modular block

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Cp1 Cp2 Ap1 Academic project2 Ap3 Ap4 Ap5 Ap6 Ap7 Ap8 ArcD ArtD disused goods station in Aalborg | Denmark> 2010 // | ZERO ENERGY HOUSING COMPLEX

This housing complex aspires to rst create a place for the city that people can identify with and use even not living there. Being a building for everyone the shape connects with the

Environmental architecture, sustainability, zero-energy building, mixed-use, housing complex, architectural department building develop of design solutions with an optimized interplay between the architectural expression, space, form, function, energy conditions and indoor climate

from the existing neighbourhood in character and use. Secondly the building gives every inhabitant his own individual home by assuring that each type of apartament is directed to its

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housing complex guarantee that the energy consumed in the building is well thought through and not treated as an additional subject. Thus creating a building not from random combinations of formal experiments but from these 3 main wills.

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The public functions were placed under the housing complex, leaving the space between the ngers free for a public open area. Therefore these space is divided in 2 parts: one with a rougher material path and presence of the old stream; and softer one with a major presence of green areas.

The building is made of 20 blocks and in between these the accesses cores as independent spaces. These are directly connected to the ground public level and the openings towards the surrounding streets, being the separation between the private dwellings areas and the public areas.

plot area: 15000sqm total oor area: 18000sqm (120% of density) heated oor area: 15600sqm (apts.13430sqm + shops 2170sqm) dwelling area: 15840sqm (apts.+accesses 2409sqm) functions percentage: 87% dwellings, 13% shops total apts.124 units: 63family,22single,39couple parking area: 2985sqm, storage: 450sqm

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The car circulation inside the plot is avoided in order to leave all the ground oor for a pedestrian use. Thus the accesses for the cars and their parking area are placed under the 2 ngers. external

Due to the optimal orientation of the building the solar cells can be placed on the top of the roof, facing south and with inclinations of 0, 15 and 30 degrees.

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way, creating a “city within the city”, but in the same time a continuity with the city itself. Thus the public area was created as an attractive magnet, and the private one was designed in a way that followed the same layout of the surrounding area, avoiding the creation of a “parasite” and promoting the continuity of the urban scheme. ENERGY OPTIMAL SHAPE: The building has been thought as a sustainable building, meaning the architectural qualities as well as the consumption of energy. Thus the sustainability and the towards south, guarantee the installation of the solar cells. UNITS COMPOSITION: each user can have his own house, and the quality and the identity of each unit is kept, as well as the compactness aim of the whole building. Thus the city, the identity and the sustainability were the guidelines of the whole project.

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Cp1 Cp2 Ap1 Academic project2 Ap3 Ap4 Ap5 Ap6 Ap7 Ap8 ArcD ArtD combinations Finally, a er achieving the nal plans, the objec ve was to get the best combina on that would synthesize all our goals, in small and big scale, comple ng, in this way, everything started in the previous design phases. The nal 3 modules could be combined in 2 main ways and their mul plica ons resulted in different types of blocks. These had to be chosen to best ful l, independently, the design criteria of both the North building and the South ngers, includingthe main type of user for each area and the facade global layout.

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ill.40-41: illustrations of possible combinations of the 2 modules and their outside spaces ill.42-43: roof strategy for placing the solar cells, by adapting the modules with extra rooms to use the areas under the slops ill.44: facade scheme where the single apartments stripes are visible by the difference of volume. ill.45-47: possible combinations showing the dynamic facades created by the intercalation

ill. 83: plans diagram illustrating the two possible combinations, respectively from top to bottom: the family with family and after the couple/single/couple on top of the ill.84: organization grid whereones. is possible to identi cate family

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FINAL Solar Cell area 15 degrees 30 degrees Horizontal S hopefull S hopeless F outside F complete access big access small Total horizontal area Total area solar cells C Installed effect Percentageof 0 Percentageof 15 Percentageof 30 Yearly south, 0 Yearly south, 15 Yearly south, 30 F Yearly total Primary Energy 104% south, 0 + 15 + 30

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Cp1 Cp2 Ap1 Ap2 Academic project3 Ap4 Ap5 Ap6 Ap7 Ap8 ArcD ArtD Fyrkat | Denmark > September 2010- January 2011 //FYRKAT MUSEUM architectural design for private competition Autocad, Photoshop, Illustrator, Indesign

The vision is to create a museum that not only tells the story of the Vikings at Fyrkat but creates connections to the surrounding elements important to the history. This link is created by the layout of the museum, the organization of the visitors flow and the disposition of the viewpoints.

This project is a proposal for a new museum at the national heritage site Fyrkat near Hobro. The area at Fyrkat is extraordinary and the surrounding area is an important element to incorporate in the design of a new museum. Therefore the experience of the whole site including the fortification, the Longhouse and the lake is in focus.

The layout causes the visitors to go to the Viking Centre after having visited the exhibition areas and returning to the cafĂŠ hereafter. As the cafĂŠ provides a panoramic view to the lake the visitors gets prepared to the journey along the lake to the fortification. The concept of this organisation is to incorporate the museum with the existing and not having the museum separated from the other elements in the area.

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Cp1 Cp2 Ap1 Ap2 Academic project3 Ap4 Ap5 Ap6 Ap7 Ap8 ArcD ArtD The connection to the surrounding is created through displaying the surrounding as well. The viewpoints are crucial for the visitor to observe the surroundings while being inside the museum. The views from the long initial corridor, which connects the entrance and the underground exhibition, are focused through slender angled openings that gradually bend out because of the movement into the hillside. This approach is done to underline the direction of the corridor and to create an awareness of how the visitors move in the landscape. Furthermore, the corridor prepare the visitor to the historical experience by gradually reducing the natural light seeping through the facade until only the weak light of the temporary exhibition at the end remains. This metaphorical descending into the darkness is followed by an ascend back in to the light and out to the farm, where the landscape opens up and shows its splendour. The cafĂŠ indeed, displays the surroundings through panoramic views. The new museum is therefore, not merely a tool to exhibit artefacts but also a medium to accentuate the surroundings.

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Cp1 Cp2 Ap1 Ap2 Ap3 Academic project4 Ap5 Ap6 Ap7 Ap8 ArcD ArtD Hastolm | Denmark > 2010 //PHOTOGRAPHER’S DWELING architectural design, conceptual project architectural | conceptual design: a retreat/studio for a photographer for short term occupation: beyond providing for the basic needs of accommodating one person, the dwelling in its design evoke an understanding of the place and of time. Autocad, Photoshop, Illustrator, Sketchup + V-ray

The starting point for the planning have been the analysis of the LANDSCAPE: wild and dramatic and constantly changing through the time. The second aspect of the design is the understanding of the PHENOMENOLOGY of the area and its TIME and WEATHER. This aspect is of great importance for the photographer, acutely sensitive to the movement and quality of LIGHT through the day and according to the time of the year, as well as seasonal changes in design assumed a simple shape, similar in qualities, materiality, placement in the landscape and temporary use to the bunkers of the surrounding landscape, reaching the creation of a meaningful sense of place.

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Cp1 Cp2 Ap1 Ap2 Ap3 Academic project4 Ap5 Ap6 Ap7 Ap8 ArcD ArtD Instead, according to the second analysis of the area's phenomenology, the dwelling assumed the task of study the changes of light and movement in the landscape. To understand the two pictures have been the inspiration for the design of this theme. Thus the dwelling has been divided into two main corps: the DARKROOM of shadows, direct lights, indirects lights and hidden lights at the CAMERA-ROOM at the top of the house. Doing so allows the photographer to study in the same building with time and place studied at the top of the retreat. Therefore the camera-room, like a “cannon” can rotate around a central axis changing the photographer’s points of view. Furthermore, with of the darkroom, creating the overall of both the photographer studies: the OUTSIDE-INSIDE

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TIME - LIGHT Pictures taken from the inside of the day, and pictures taken from the view of the CAMERAROOM. Shadows, direct-hidden lights PLUS real views of the phenomena. 15:10

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OUTSIDE - INSIDE Studies of the rotation of the CAMERAROOM in a way that allow to the MIRROR the PROJECTION OF THE OUTSIDE ON THE INSIDE of the DARKROOM. The two studies: TIME-LIGHT and OUTSIDE-INSIDE can be

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Cp1 Cp2 Ap1 Ap2 Ap3 Ap4 Academic project5 Ap6 Ap7 Ap8 ArcD ArtD Graz | Europan competition >2009 //RE-QUALIFTION OF A GOODS STATION urban planning: planning of a green and recreational park, as a central park from the city. The organization of it is due in a transversal way, and diversity of height levels, this diversity of heights permits also to visibly outline the pure Square shape. Autocad, Photoshop, Illustrator, Sketchup + V-ray

This urban project reveals how the urban policy is progressively industrial areas. The city from the '70 started to increase the presence of empty areas on the urban grid, and the urban policy is now trying to increase the re-construction of the loss of continuity. such a loss of continuity in an industrial area in Graz. The main focus is given to the creation of a green and recreational park, areas in the city, through the use of green bands, green parks, and green courtyard, all connected in a way that hide the visibility of used industrial areas.

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Cp1 Cp2 Ap1 Ap2 Ap3 Ap4 Academic project5 Ap6 Ap7 Ap8 ArcD ArtD The presence of a green belt among the two mountains and the green one besides the river Mur, facilitates the creation of this concept: the creation of a main park at the intersection of this two bands. A park that to be recognised as the main one assumes the shape of a pure geometrical form: the Square. A centre of attractions' park, a central park, a park that can synthesise the purer shape. The idea of connecting the residential areas detached by the industrials is continuing also inside this main square: with green strips that cross the park and are elevated in the movement of these green strings. concept of the continuity of the residential areas and at the end a planning work regarding the organization of the activities in the park,not in a longitudinal but transversal way, make this park a summa of the urban idea of reconstruction: in a more ecological and environmental way.

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Cp1 Cp2 Ap1 Ap2 Ap3 Ap4 Ap5 Academic project6 Ap7 Ap8 ArcD ArtD scalo Farini | Milano > 2008|2009 //RE-QUALIFICATION OF SCALO FARINI | ART SCHOOL urban re-qualification and architectural design urban design: planning of offices, commercial strip, sports area, public park, artistic connection between the Art school, the houses for the artists and the Lyric’s House. architectural and tecnological design of a School of Art statical and tecnological studies Autocad, Photoshop, Illustrator, 3d Studio Max

view of the glass entrance from the school library

The theme of this project start from the re-qualification of an unused industrial area in Milan, and gives a particular attention on the design of a School of Art. The necessity of this area, ex goods station, is not a creation of a city centre but to re-establish the lost urban grid. Thus, the aim of the project is to create a zip that can connect the city to this new area, the creation of a continuity between the old building of the city and the new park is due to the new grid of social housing, with open courtyards toward the park and closed façades toward the city. The park is also the setting for many other activities: a recreational area, a sport area in a trench, the commercial strip connecting the centre of Milan to the art school, the art area

view of the school library from the entrance

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Cp1 Cp2 Ap1 Ap2 Ap3 Ap4 Ap5 Academic project6 Ap7 Ap8 ArcD ArtD that connect two opposite side of the park and cross all of it: starting from the multiplex cinema to the school of art, and from this last one through the three artists houses and the Lyric's House. These are working as visual connectors , which have the main aim of connecting in a place different places. The axis that are directing the orientation of the main corps of the art school are the one related to the Lyric's House, the one related to the Monumental Cemetery, considered as an important open air sculpture's museum, and the continuity of the “zip” concept of connecting the old to the new following the original urban grid of Beruto and Masera. Between this school of art and the school of music a cultural path is created also through the insertion between them of an open space theatre and three artists’ houses. The school of art is composed of three corps of study-rooms with furnished balconies facing the park and a library in the centre of the complex. The library is the main corp of the school, place of study, discussion and consultation of books and art works, placed in the middle of the atrium as an independent system.

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Cp1 Cp2 Ap1 Ap2 Ap3 Ap4 Ap5 Ap6 Academic project7 Ap8 ArcD ArtD Baranzate di Bollate | Milano > 2007 //ADMINISTRATIONAL CENTER | BARANZATE urban design: Planning of a city centre and a commune for a fringe town that has never had them before. Analysis of how to establish an order and the sense of a city in a place without a story and without a solid town planning.

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The aim of this project is the creation of a city centre for the small town of Baranzate di Bollate, ex-industrial urbanisation that has never had a recognizable centre and commune. The block chosen was occupied by the disused factory Leon Beaux, since the 1895. The context surrounding it, is the result of an operation of uncontrolled urbanisation that from the 1950 received the migratory wave of workers intended to work in the small and medium enterprise of the surrounding of Milan. Thus, this fringe area was the perfect ground for the property speculation not regulated by a town planning. Today the dis-homogeneity, and this squatting situation, starting from establish a urban order.

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Cp1 Cp2 Ap1 Ap2 Ap3 Ap4 Ap5 Ap6 Academic project7 Ap8 ArcD ArtD Further attention is given to the separation of this block from the thoroughfare Varesina, and the opening of it through the residential area. A new city centre is thus necessary to establish order and feeling of the city, a city that need more quality and recognisability. The new commune tries to place quality in the space, and the new plaza assumes a recognizable shape to render the idea of city centre. Dignity is stablished in the area and the function of the signs and the shapes is really important to draw a centre and an important institution. Nevertheless the creation of a centre, in a context created before it, doesn't have to start from itself, but has to be always and however in relation with the circumstances, thus just the sign can clarify the architectural shapes and relate them to the surrounding. Giving a cursory glance to the project, this should appears as the summa of fragments, deprived of an overall structure, but on the contrary they are logical developments of a typological shape; they're shapes of a shape of the plaza.

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Cp1 Cp2 Ap1 Ap2 Ap3 Ap4 Ap5 Ap6 Ap7 Academic project8 ArcD ArtD Campus Bovisa | Milano > 2008|2009 //COVERSION OF A WAREHOUSE INTO A RELIGIOUS CENTRE building renovations renovations programme: conversion of a warehouse into a multi-religious centre, trying industrial building, but working into the interior design in a more dynamic and suggestive way, suitable to a religious and spiritual place. Autocad, Illustrator

radical transformation of the building, but like an abstract and Thus, The sign doesn't look for a relation with the surrounding surrounding area, but on the contrary it's just working as a pure and suggestive medium of sensorial emotions. The theme of this project, developed into an interior design course, is the renovation of an industrial building collocated inside the university's campus of Politecnico di Milano. The design project tries to develop the theme of the conversion of this industrial warehouse into a multi-religious centre, place where the diversity of cultures is continuing to maintain the

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Cp1 Cp2 Ap1 Ap2 Ap3 Ap4 Ap5 Ap6 Ap7 Academic project8 ArcD ArtD same respectful relation that already exists inside the academic complex. The religions taken into consideration are the three main ones: Hebraism, Catholicism and Moslem. The project develop the idea of a unitary but articulated religious space, that can modify itself creating and reserved area, place of meeting between the single human and God; and the communitarian pray, in a ritual place, institutional meeting between the community and God. create a more dynamic and sensorial space, not rigidly included in the hard structural grid of the warehouse. The religious space is developed using two storeys and divided into three main areas, corresponding to the three religions, while the orientation of them is revolved to east, or rather to the Holy Land and the Mecca, and at the remaining corners, due of the orientation process, have been created the personal praying areas.

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Academic drawings

Elena Ardighieri

//ACADEMIC DRAWINGS Aalborg University | Architecture and Design _ 2010 Politecnico di Milano | Civil Architecture _ sep.2006 | sep.2009 High School of Art | Treviglio _ sep.2001 | sep.2006

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//SELECTION OF PROJECTS ArcD _ Architectural Drawings ArtD _ Artistic Drawings | High School of Art Treviglio (IT)

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Cp1 Cp2 Ap1 Ap2 Ap3 Ap4 Ap5 Ap6 Ap7 Ap8 Architectural Drawings ArtD free drawing > 2006|2010 //ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS hand made drawings, reguarding studies from existing buildings and own design projects.

pen-and-ink drawings and sketches made with pencils.

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Cp1 Cp2 Ap1 Ap2 Ap3 Ap4 Ap5 Ap6 Ap7 Ap8 ArcD Artistic Drawings selection of art works > 2002|2008 //ARTISTIC DRAWINGS hand made drawings and art creation made during my high school years and for some art competitions.

pencil drawings, sculptures, paints, art creations.

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