Via Tolmino 43 Turin, Italy
ABOUT I’m 25 years old and I’m italian. I study in the architecture’s field since high school when I graduated like surveyor. I love everything that’s correlate with architecture and design. In particular I am attracted to emerging tecnologies and how the IOT will change our lifestyle. I’m going to graduate in July at Politcnico of Turin.
EDUCATION ITGS Alvar Aalto (TO) Graduation
IELTS certificate 6.0 (B2)
Stage Studio Rolla Srl, Turin March - June 2015
Politecnico of Turin - Italy Bachelor’s degree Faculty of Architecture
Workshop Plug It | Grasshopper - Entry Level
Workshop IAHsummer17 - Archistart Special Mention Project
Universidad San Pablo CEU Madrid - Spain E+/EU Programme Countries Spanish B2
Event organization Field Marketing&Promotion
Politecnico of Turin - Italy ING M Master’s degree CO OON S “Architettura Costruzione e Città”
Rhinoceros Grasshopper Cinema 4D
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URBAN MONASTERY C H E N G D U
C H I N A
Design Unit “Architectural and Urban design” In collaboration with Tsinghua University Chengdu, China The Design Unit addressed the issue of quality of collective places in large-scale urbanization processes in China. As widely known, the construction of hundreds of new towns is progressing rapidly, with a weak stratification of social and cultural values. The grain that “makes the city” is no longer the house, as it was in traditional China, neither the public space, but large mono-functional lots avoiding any chance of keeping the human dimension as a fundamental of the project. To face this problem through a critical approach, the Design Unit worked in collaboration with Tsinghua University on a New Town located in the periphery of Chengdu, Sichuan Province. The aim of the project was to realize complex urban spaces, focused on community life and collective “humanscaled” places. On an individual level, the project has been to design three buildings (one for each member’s group) along the pedestrian axis with different typologies of openness. The axis starts by the lake with the most open typology – a sport center, followed by a semi open library and the most closed building – a monastery. That one belonging to the most closed typology is located at the end of the axis, and constituting it with walls, preventing the axis to continue pass it. The walls create an isolated an undisturbed environment, indifferent to surrounding activities, concluding the axis and the end of the neighborhood.
Masterplan - function schemes
4 THEMATIC ZONES BUSINESS INNOVATION
WHERE THE COLOR IS STRONGER, THE MAIN BUILDINGS THAT ARE ALLOCATED FOR THE THEME OF THE ZONE EXISTS WHERE THE HUE IS LIGHTER THE PUBLIC SERVICES ARE LOCATED FOR THE RELATED THEME
Research - Industry University Business Innovation
MAIN PUBL ARE ENRIC RELATED P
TED FOR THE THEME OF THE ZONE EXISTS ERVICES AREMasterplan LOCATED FOR THERELATED THEME OF THE ZONE function schemes
GRADATION OF FUNCTIONS
Gradation of function
Main public spaces that are enriched by related public services
MAIN PUBLIC SPACES THAT ARE ENRICHED BY RELATED PUBLIC SERVICES
I Main axes divide the parcels
II Creation a protect area
III Open to city
IV Green Filter
V Axis creation
VI Final result
M A D R I D
S P A I N
Museum of Art, Architecture, Desgin and Urbanism Master thesis Madrid, Spain The project concerns design of MAADU, Museum of Art, Architecture, Design and Urbanism. The theoretical basis is how a museum like this could be part of our century. This is an investigation into the various and different types from the past with a particular focus on the urban center, often the meeting place between citizens and their establishment. After this theoric research Iâ€™ve started the renovation of this building, built in 1936, and located in Paseo del Prado, iconic site of Madrid ospitando the major and most important museums of the country. The choice of the building is not random but itâ€™s driven by the decision of the architect Emilio Ambasz who worked on the same building designing it like a private foundation. His project was rejected from the city hall because it didnâ€™t take into consideration the constrains on the facade, as a consequence the city hall intention was to tear down the whole building. Today the building has been occupied some months after being abandoned for years. The communities center, that occupied illegaly the building, had the aim of giving back to the citizens this piece of the city. This is the same aim that lays at the base of my suggestion. The concept of this design is the wish to bring the green present along the Paseo into the building and open itself to the city as a musem but also as a place of leiseure.
International Architectural Holiday Summer workshop Special Mention Project (unbuilt) San Cataldo (Le), Italy
IAHsummer17 took place in August 2017 in San Cataldo, Lecce. Architecture students and professionals from all over the world lived and worked together for seven intense days, without electronic devices, sharing ideas and gaining some useful design skills for their future career. The workshop aspire to create an housing unit/temporary room that had to be designed and built with simple materials, easy to find. The aim was to using innovative construction methods and special materials, but also to revive the hosting campsite by providing aesthetic quality, identity and functionality to the temporary accommodation units. The temporary rooms had to be designed and built on a base of 240x160cm made with 4 pallets. The main function of the temporary rooms was accommodation. The winner groups were selected by a jury, three groups to self-construct the temporary room they had designed and one special mention.
During my experience at the San Pablo CEU of Madrid I was given the chance to develop my passion for graphic design. In the modules attended I have gained the basis to develop my passion. In particular, during the classes, Iâ€™ve created a hypothetical rebranding of the Association Juan Marc of Madrid, which included the creation of gadgets (i.e. bags and t-shirts) related to the association. Furthermore, I had the opportunity to create covers of books, various events posters and brochures of theatre plays. All of these excercises have been the base upon which Iâ€™m developing my skills in this field.
Corporate identity & branding
Covers & Poster