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ARCHITECTURE - LANDSCAPE

PORTFOLIO ELENA

ARDIGHIERI &

selection of professional academic projects _ february 2014

+45 26 55 07 27 elenardighieri@gmail.com


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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-taught 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.

ELENA ARDIGHIERI architect MAA born live

13|06|1986, Treviglio (Italy) København (Denmark)

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+45 26550727 elenardighieri@gmail.com elena.ardighieri

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// EDUCATION January 2010 - January 2012 (2 years)

Septemper 2006 - September 2009 (3 years)

September 2001 - July 2006 (5 years)

Aalborg University | Denmark Master degree in Architecture and Design Thesis: Themporary Homes for a Moving Scociety

PHYSICAL LANGUAGES

WINDOWS . MAC Autocad . Revit . Rhino . V-Ray . Sketchup pro Photoshop . Illustrator . Indesign Ecotect . B-sim (PHPP) Office: Word . Excel . Power Point

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Sophus Søbye ApS | Copenhagen (DK) MAA architect - project leader final phase of Mariehøj Kulturcenter, with technical detailing, construction drawings and collaboration with constructors and engineers. Project leader in the design phase and the executive phase for a Scout House and Sports Hall. Projekt leader for the winning competition “Gudenå Hospice”, winner of the first phase of the competition Langvang Sporthal.

June 2012 - November 2012 (6 months)

ACT (Active City Transformation) | Copenhagen (DK) landscape architect development of interactive urban projects that integrate motion and activities into daily experiences. Urban and landscape competitions in Denmark, Sweden and Germany. Collaboration with other architectural companies (COBE - GHB)

Febraury 2011 - July 2011 (6 months)

David Garcia Studio | Copenhagen (DK) graduate intern 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)

sketching . physical modelling . laser cutter italian (mother tongue) english (proficient, IELTS 8/9) danish (pre-intermediate level, 3/6)

January 2009 - August 2009 (8 months)

2001 - 2012

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February 2013 - present (1 year)

// SKILLS COMPUTER

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// PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Politecnico di Milano | Italy Bachelor degree in Architecture of Construction Thesis score: 101/110 Art School S.Weil | Italy diploma in Visual Art Diploma score: 100/100

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CSW Structure | Treviglio (IT) graduate intern devising technical and environmental solutions, technical drawings and metric estimations of executive projects. Works relationed with the public | IT, UK, DK sport journalist (Gazzetta della Martesana newspaper) cineforum organizer (Treviglio Library) art exibitions organizer small art’s commitions for private clients part-time jobs while studying (Starbucks, catering, social assistance, ...)


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August 2013 September 2012

June 2011 Maj 2006

February 2006

// AWARDS

// INTERESTS

1st price | Gudenå Hospice project leader of the competition at Sophus Søbye ApS (collaborators 2)

Travels and old books Museums, Paints and Drawings, Sculpture, Photography, Phylosophy Nature, Sports, knowledge of different Cultures, good Food and Cooking

Member of the Danish Architect Association - MAA WINNER OF INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION “HOME” by Building Trust International 2012 individual winner with personal project belonging to my Master Thesis 3rd price | Jøssingfjord Museum collaboration with David Garcia Studio (collaborators 5) Art exibition “Identity” student 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 of Treviglio.

// QUALITIES I keep my character and my calm disposition wherever I am: work, social and private life; I love to stay with people of every culture and religion, and I’m always learning and paying attention on how the others are working and living, keeping 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 prefer to participate in a work group as an active part of it, without leaving the others doing all the decisions, without discussions and comparisons. That is one of the motivation of my working abroad. And at the end: I love challenges and challenge myself!

Paints and sculpture exibition “Kabala” in collaboration with Giovanni Bonaldi _ Vaprio d’Adda | Italy drawings and sculptures regarding the Jewish Kabala

// WORKSHOPS-COURSES November-December 2013 November - December 2012 Maj 2004

CADEXPERT | Copenhagen Revit course OOOJA | Copenhagen Advanced 3D modelling and rendering of Rhino + V-Ray ICR | Rome course of Art and Restoration at the Central Institut of Restoration in Rome

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GENTOFTE SPEJDERHUS SCOUT HOUSE

commission project for Gentofte commune Gentofte (DK) | june-december 2013 collaboration as project leader | SSA This project has been designed as a village at “kids scale�, surrounded North-South-East by a dense nature, and open towards the common courtyard at N-W. Everything is organized around an inner play-court. The spaces between one building and another open towards secret places inside the nature, where kids can develope their fantasy.

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ORGANIZATION The common cafe and meeting areas are placed in a unique but divisible unit. The cafe is the most exposed towards the common courtyard and can possibly be used from other entities, than the Scouts. The workshop has a dedicated southern outdoor concrete deck for outdoor activities. The petruljerum and clan head have small separete units. In particular the children have the smallest “houses”, with a secret covered passage to the bunkers’ hill, while the clan is placed in control of the access.

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TASKS: for this project I have been the only drawer and realizer of the idea from the first stages of the form finding and design to the final stage of the offered project for the commune and constructor. From the beginning I have been in contact with the clients, participating to all the meetings, and coordinate the meeting with the entrepreneur, for the materials choices. And finally I have been the reference point for the structural and VVS engineers.

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Despite my intermediate danish level I could be able and proud to handle a whole project for a danish client. The description and budget documentation has been written instead by my boss, who asked me an help also in this phase, teaching me the main steps involved, slightly different from the italian requests to which I was used. My next task for the following months is going to be a 2 days/month participation to building site meetings, till the final realization of the project, this summer 2014.


project leader architect - SSA

CONSTRUCTION The building construction is made of timber, except of the overhanging roof of the cafe, where the engineer suggested the use of a combination of steel columns and wooden beams. The inside finishing of the different houses is mainly plywood, while the exterior finishing is: wooden boards on the vertical partitions covered by the roof (which means all the walls facing the inner courtyard) and wooden shingles for the remaining walls (all the ones facing the forest and the main entrance area).

In this portfolio have been collected some few technical drawings. The whole project consisted of 23 details, 9 technical sections, 5 rooms drawings (kitchen, 2 toilets, petruljerum, acustic walls), 5 construction parts (concrete and wood terraces, windows, sliding door, seating and playing terrace/bench), 1 Revit Model.

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LANGVANG MULTIHAL SPORTSHALL COMPETITION winning first phase of the competition Langvang (DK) | october-december 2013 architect | SSA, KONTUR, GRUN The aim of this competition proposal is a “flexible plan with a clear vision”. The project idea started from a conceptual model I made, and from that concept we as Sophus Sobye studio, together with Kontur and Grun developed it till the final stage of the second phase of the competition. Passing the first phase over big studios such as Dorte Mandrup and COBE.

MY CONCEPT was to enphasize the circular running lane and make it the main origin of the building shape. Placed over all the other sports and visible from both the outside and the inside. The movement is then the ring which is crowning the sportshall. Kontur had the idea to create a “snake” from the original building, which collects all the closed facilities such as offices, changing rooms, toilets, kitchen. The landscape studio Grun had the idea to create circular paths having as gravity point the running ring of the sportshall.

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architect - SSA, KONTUR, GRUN EKSISTERENDE 400 METER LØBEBANE

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TASKS: Realization of all the sections in illistrator, and these diagrams collected in this portfolio, as well as all these exterior photoshop pictures. I also helped Kontur in the first phase of the plan definition.

The overall plan in the next page was realized by Grun, the landscape studio. I collected it in this portfolio to let you better visualize the building in its urban context, as a pivot around which the country paths are organized.

The diagrams on the left show the part of the snake facing the inner sportshall. They also become active: a climbing tower, some climbing and parkour structures and a tribune towards the sports.

These above diagrams represent the final concept of the building: starting from the development of the existing changing rooms’ volume into a “snake� and the running ring which embrace both the snake and the landscape.


architect - SSA, KONTUR, GRUN

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MARIEHØJ KULTURHUS FINAL PHASE

WINNING competition project Mariehøj (DK) | february-june 2013 collaboration as construction architect | SSA The project is a renovation of an existing culture house, which consists of several buildings aggregated over time. The building complex is heterogeneous, difficult to follow. The purpose of the competition was to create a clear connection between the various buildings and a new foyer, a focal point where the different activities and users converge.

The foyer draws a clear and iconic profile in the landscape. These diagrams can better show the development of the idea, where the two existing buildings merge together in a unique element, which addresses both the interior and exterior flows.

(photoshop courtesy of WE arkitekter. For the foyer project I realized two 3D models: the architectonic model, and a structural one, which has been a great help for the Engineers Øllgaard, in whose office I worked for a week, explaining them the different details of the merging area between the two new decks)

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construction architect - SSA

The building complex is composed of 6 different buildings. Which have been planned in different years and with different styles. My task, for the renovation project, was to find a way to connect them in an homogeneus way, throught a coherent choise of materials and surfaces.

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For this project I got the acknowledgment to be the person in charge of understanding and explaining the difficult geometry and connection between the flat and bended deck of the foyer building. Thanks to a structural 3D model I could better explain to both the engineers and constructor the particular geometry, which helped me in the drawing of the sections and the details.

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OVERALL REALIZED DETAILS:

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This detail is part of a series of 5 details realized in the area where the flat and bended deck are merging, passing from the highest point, where the deck 1 is the most overhanging to the lowest point where the deck 2 is the most overhanging. This particular detail has been taken in the kitchen and it is showing how to realize the opening, and finish the decks.

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This detail has been taken nearly over the meeting point of the two decks. In this case the overhanging of the two decks is flipped.

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GUDENÅ HOSPICE WINNING COMPETITION

WINNING competition project Brædstrup (DK) | august-september 2013 collaboration as project leader | SSA This winning solution has been developed by me as a project leader of Sophus Søbye Arkitekter, together with the technical suggestions and meetings of the architectural office Blaavand og Hansson. Other big participants of this competition were CF Moller and Creo.

The Hospice is oriented towards the amazing park at South-West, so that all the guests of the hospice have the best view of the outside, without obstacles and differentiations. The entrance is clear cut through the whole width of the building volume and hosts the main common areas: the foyer and the diningliving room. All the offices and working places are placed North-East, while the meeting areas and temporary rooms for the guest’s relatives are placed near the Orangery, which is facing the main access street. TASKS: directing, designing and drawing the whole project, photoshopping the pictures of a 3D model (this one made by an intern), drawing the technical sections under the supervision of Blaavand and Hansson.

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The whole bedroom and guest toilet are designed according with the specific building regulations and dimensions asked for hospitals and hospices. The only and main view from the guests living units is the amazing existing park. The park is also visible from the foyer/common living room. While on the side facing the park the building is a unique curve, it is instead a contrapposition of different overhanging volumes in light and shadows on the north side, revealing the beautiful park, as private pearl only at the main entrance.

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FLODA

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CITY FOR NATURE & COMMUNITY competition urban project Sweden | september-november 2012 collaboration | ACT

The project addresses the immediate concerns of rising waterlevels in coastal cities and communities and opportunistically proposes to simultaneously increase both natural and cultural recreational spaces, through a holistic approach on climate change and urban development.

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landscape architect - ACT

The main concept is to view the water as a revitalizing aspect and an essential part of the eco-system that humans rely upon. The project consists of interventions that enhance the local biodiversity and allow flora and fauna to flourish. We accomplish this by establishing four defined areas that independently re-articulate and stage the qualities and potentials of the water in an urban context. CONCEPT Life extending through and over the city, and draws nature into the city.

ACCESSIBILITY Easy access to various recreational and active areas.

RELATIONSHIPS WATER MANAGEMENT Optimal pedestrian and bicy- Water is used as a resource, cle connections, between ma- collected, cleaned and reused. jor institutions and services.

THE URBAN INTERSECTION amplifies the city centre and the connections, commercially, recreationally and spatially. 4 PLAZAS are established in direct relation to the INTERSECTION. They are individually defined and designed in order to offer a broad range of opportunities of activities and physical exercises. THE PROMENADE merges the city center with the water in a progress of recreational and active spaces and opportunities. THE WETLANDS are established in order to restore the natural processes of the nature and simultaneously create an extra buffer for rainwater and water level management. In total the project offers a contemporary proposal for a sustainable waterfront city that transforms fear and concern for climate change and flooding into recreative spaces, activities, public space of the highest quality and a vibrant and resilient city.

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TASK: for this competition I participated, together with another girl, in the analysis phase , and therefore the definition of the project concept. For the final phase we got an overall help from other components of the studio, which helped us in the renders which we could use for these sections and visualizations.

Here and below the plan and the section of the water reserve for the management of the excess of water, placed near the old tannery.

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These sections show the common aspect of the different treatment of the rivers banks: create activity and interaction between Nature and Floda’s inhabitants and control at the same time the flooding.


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ILMENITE MUSEUM

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

3rd prize in the competition Jøssingfjørd (NO) | february-march 2011 intern architect | DGS

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.

The headline for the planning work was: ‘People - Nature - Technology’. This had to reflect 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. collaborators: 5 interns/architects

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By distributing the different space program as a coherent cluster around an inner courtyard, each volume of the building forms a close relationship to the terrain and a visual connection to the historical buildings and 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 internal part of the visit experience. A further way to experience the environment and the nature is done by the roof, that provides both light and a vision of the mountains. The rooms have various 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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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.

TASKS: I was part of this competition from its design phase, and I finally contributed to help with all this shown material (potoshop and illustrator)

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intern architect - DGS

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 cafĂŠ, some toilet facilities with changing rooms and a shop, tie the two areas together. 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.

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MANUAL ARCHITECTURAL POSSIBILITIES

architectural issue København (DK) | january-june 2011 intern architect | DGS The aim of this issue of MAP-FLOOD is suggesting, in a form of a manual, possible architectures, in different sites of the world, that ironically or concretely can be taken into consideration for a real development. collaborators: 5 interns/architects

The projects that I developed are: Maldives a country that is going to desappear in 2050, with a urban solution on how to save the country and its coral reef, using it to create architecture; Venice’s dam, that save the city and create a new one surrounding the historical; Trailer Home, a mobile house that in case of flood can float through inflatable engines.

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TEMPORARY HOMES FOR A MOVING SOCIETY

“ I think that architecture is not a permanent art; something that is completed and fixed, but rather something that grows towards the future, is expanded upon, renovated and developed. This is the concept of Metabolism (metabolize, circulate and recycle). ” [ Kisho Kurukawa, from the Age of Machine to the Age of Life ]

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WINNING competition København (DK) | september-january 2012 personal project This project belongs to my personal Master Thesis. The development of it allowed me to win the competition “HOME” by the BTI (building Trust International).


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The main aim of this “visionary� theme is to arise a concrete problem, that has always been underestimate, creating debate on the architectural field. 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. 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. 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.

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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?

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think how we, as new generation, can use all the updates we have to do a coherent architecture for us.

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15 m2 A composition of 3 modular structural grid represents the way the living units are organized, and also it determines: the 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, and finally the 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.

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relaxing area; containers can be cut and rotated to create alternative seats themselves. dining area

N 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.

Upper floor_ The whole common area can be seen from each floor.

the placement of the kitchens has always to be near the technical furnished walls, where the main technical shafts are placed.

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

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ZERO ENERGY HOUSING MASTER PROJECT

university’s project Aalbog (DK) | february-june 2010 collaborators: 3 This housing complex aspires to first 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 existing city, but at the same time shows that it is different 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 specific user by working with combination of different units. And finally by working integrated with the aim of sustainable 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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CITY: the first aim was to involve the whole city to use this forgotten corner in an interactive 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 whenever something had to be decided, it was first considered the effect it would have for the architectural qualities as well as the consumption of energy. Thus the sustainability and the energy goals led the fingers shape orienting south and the roof decreasing from the city towards south, guarantee the installation of the solar cells.


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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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TASK: I was the main creator of the concept for this project, and through the above sketch I gave the rules to the whole building composition, as well as the “wooden waves� of couple-single units. In this portfolio I grouped the drawings I did, except from the facade renders, which are here collected to better show the whole geometry. 100

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the block From the combina ons of units, the blocks were created following thecomplex main criteria.

ill.33,34: second block of the west ill.33: section C, scale 1:200 ill.34: section B, scale 1:200 ill.30-32: second block of the west ill.30: east elevation, scale 1:200 ill.31: west elevation, scale 1:200 ill.32: section A, scale 1:200

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family apartment: kitchen, dining and living room are placed around the outside space which allows to open all the social areas towards west light. Opposite, all the bedrooms have openings towards east leaving the private areas for a more morning use. The direct connection between living and dining areas is made in a diagonal way crossing the apartment in its central hall.

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combination couple-single create the wave in facade

single apartment (on the left) diagrams comformation (below) the first row is the chosen one for the family apt. funcrions organization.

These facades’ diagrams show how the exterior wooden coating of the couple and single apartment create a wavy movement in facade, and therefore rhythm and typology recognition. The family apartments are instead identified by the 2 storey high balcony.

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Elena Ardighieri

13|06|1986, Treviglio (Italy) København (Denmark) +45 26 55 07 27 elenardighieri@gmail.com

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