ENZOPASQUA ARCHITECTURE & VISUALIZATION 2018
CV PROFESSION 03.2017 - NOW
FREELANCE Darfo, Italy - BIM specialist | 3D modeler | Visual Artist
09.2008 - NOW
GHITTI ENGINEERING Darfo, Italy - BIM specialist | 3D modeler | Visual Artist
10.2015 - 04.2016
ProAP Lda Lisboa, Portugal - Intern
POLITECNICO DI MILANO Professional postgraduate degree (Level II) in BIM manager
UNIVERSITÃ€ DEGLI STUDI DI BRESCIA Master degree in Architectural Engineering
Erasmus program grant for Lisboa internship
PROJECT FOR THE PIANCAMUNO PRIMARY SCHOOL
PROJECT FOR A PRECAST WOODEN-CONCRETE HOUSE
EAM - EUROPEAN BEST DIPLOMA PROJECTS
Piancamuno, Italy - Architectural competition - 3rd Prize
Iseo, Italy - Architectural competition - 3rd Prize
Bucharest, Romania - Short listed selected project
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AND JUST BIM FOR ALL
SHARING IS (s)COOL
MIND THE GAP
IN MEDIO STAT VIRTUAL
openBIM-oriented design for a precast wooden house Milano, Italy | Postgraduate specialization degree Thesis 2018
A innovative proposal for a shared school campus, beating heart of an entire city Follonica, Italy | Architectural competition 2017
A retrofit intervention for the Ciudad de Vacaciones of Santiago de Compostela Brescia, Italy | Master degree Thesis 2016
Proposal for the new Fado Museum of the portuguese capital Lisboa, Portugal | Architectural competition 2016
Some of my works as a 3D and ArchViz consultant Visual Art works collection 2017-2018
AND JUST BIM FOR ALL Private House | Personal project Milano, Italy | Postgraduate specialization degree Thesis 110/110 with honors 2018
The Thesis tries to investigate the problems and the most practical aspects related to the BIM methodology applied to architectural modeling through authoring software. This exemplary case study was analyzed to test the advantages that a BIM workflow can bring. The choice of a prefabricated wood construction technique forced to adopt an attitude of solution of doubts and problems already in the design phase with the aim of reducing, as much as possible, errors and delays in the work phase. This attitude fits perfectly with the approach and the BIM theory, even if it is a small-scale artifact and not a great work (small BIM vs big BIM). The approach started from a very low concept phase with LOD (LOD 100) up to an executive architectural detail (LOD 350). Passing through all the various canonical phases of the project, I tried, as much as possible, to communicate and interface with the prefabricating company selected through deliverables directly extracted from the digital model and the Project Information Model itself. In the final phase, export tests were carried out in an interoperable environment, using a Common Data Environment platform, to analyze the management through IFC neutral format of the information contained in a rather detailed model. Final experiments were based on the sharing of material usable by the client as an experience of Virtual Reality.
Nemetschek Allplan | Nemetschek BIMplus | Trimble SketchUp | Maxon Cinema 4D | Abvent Twinmotion
Volumetric view 01
With the 3D modelling engine inside Allplan it was easy to create a volumetric concept of the house, to try understanding the size and the shape desired, dividing the main spaces typologically. With this powerful tool was also possible, since the beginning, to think about the terrain and the garden arrangement despite the low intial LOD. Volumetric view 02
Top view - Insertion into the neighborhood 8
Every object and every stratigrafic package was created separately and saved inside the office library, reducing to minimum errors or issues derived from a loss of information. Some of the furniture were modelled inside the authoring, while others were imported from Sketchupâ€™s 3D warehouse, thanks to the high level of exchange that Allplan has. All the objects contain custom info (materials, manufacturer, cost) and geometry adaptable to drawing scale.
Smart objects and stratigraphic packages
Node and connection 3D details 9
Frontal view - Project deliverable 10
All the deliverables were produced inside Allplan, set as updatable associative views. Reaching the LOD 350, the whole model was exported to Twinmotion and put inside a real-time rendering and VR-ready environment, in order to create some videos and virtual images of the project.
3D model - LOD 350
Rendering image 11
SHARING IS (S)COOL Secondary school Team: Enzo Pasqua, Lorenzo Patti, Raffaele Ghitti Follonica, Italy | Architectural competition 2016
The idea borns from the need of two schools in Follonica to create a new campus inside the city. The challenge was to think a building that housed the academic part but at the same time could be seen as sharing spaces accessible to the population and members of both schools. The different nature of the two institutes, musical and scientific, can thus become a reason for social and experiential enrichment of the various classes. The common areas have been designed to host concerts and assemblies not necessarily related to school activities. The green outside, in connection with the existing big park in front, and the gym allow to concentrate sports activities and meeting places for the entire population of Follonica. The shape of the building tries to mantain the perfect orientation of every single block, in order to have a perfect natural light inside both the classes and the laboratories on the ground floor.
Nemetschek Allplan | Maxon Cinema 4D + Vray | Therm | Adobe Photoshop | Adobe Illustrator | Adobe InDesign
Rendering of the project insert into the existing environment 14
The main entrance was thinked to be well connected with the Follonica urban tissue, expecially in relation to the green park in front, trying to create a building accessible for everyone with every means of transport. The use of the policarbonate facade have both an aesthetic and an technical aim. The walls, in fact, allow the light to filter inside keeping the interior spaces at the same time, during every season.
Rendering image of the entrance
Diagrammatic scheme of the project layers
Section of the entrance hall
Trasversal section and frontal main view of the school 16
3D model of the wall packages
RE-COVERING SANTIAGO Retrofit intervention | Personal project Monte do Gozo landscape project: ProAP Lda Team: Patrizia Rizzo, Mara Airoldi, Ana Margarida Henriques, Enzo Pasqua Brescia, Italy | Specialization degree Thesis EAM for the Best Diploma Projects 2017 - Selected project 2016 The intervention area is the urban park of Monte do Gozo, located on the outskirts of Santiago de Compostela (Spain). In the heart of the park there is the Ciudad de Vacaciones, a pilgrim residence, inaugurated in 1993 for the Jacobean Jubilee and equipped to accommodate up to 3,000 guests per night. Starting from the recent park redevelopment project, after an analysis of the existing facility it was decided to propose a retrofitting solution that could considerably improve the performance of the buildings. The choice was to don’t touch the interior and functional layout of the rooms in each residential blocks and work exclusively on the envelope, mitigating the major environmental and energy quality problems that a structure of this size may have. The incorrect solar exposure of the blocks and “energy-hungry” materials led to the idea of introducing a modular steel structure that could be adapted to the shape of the ground and to allow proper shielding of buildings by solar irradiation. A customizable “skin” is attached to this, which mitigates the visual impact of the buildings. The re-use of walkable roofs has green impact on the area by returning the natural space subtracted from the complex. Moreover the modularity of the single-released concept allows to intervene locally or over the entire residence by offering a dynamic proposal, variable for all kind of budgets.
Nemetschek Allplan | Autodesk AutoCAD | Trimble SketchUP | Maxon Cinema 4D + Vray Adobe Photoshop | Adobe Illustrator | Adobe InDesign
The definition of a park structure and a pragmatic structure with basic services and furnishings, stems from the need to transform Monte do Gozo into an attractive area at 360 degrees, both from a religious point of view and from a merely recreational one.
Monte do Gozo Masterplan
Diagrams relative to project paths, tree disposition and programmatic areas inside the park 20
Top view of the retrofit project placed on a single block
Walkable green rooftop
Eternal cladding: - Fabric - Metal - Wood
Absnomoetrical scheme of the ntervention steps 21
The proposed structure is intentionally set in a modular way to try to adapt as much as possible and be replicable. It was also decided to introduce the possibility of variations in the coating, which could be compatible with each other but which at the same time created a sort of colored patchwork that would break the grayness of the existing. The coating, obviously, as well as for aesthetics, is designed to solve the problems of shading of buildings and to create covered connections between the various areas, making it as homogeneous and bound as possible. As main coatings, four types have been defined according to the material: - Cover in wooden slats - Lining in metal plates - Coating in old recovery doors - Fabric covering
Perspective section of the intervention project
longitudinal view with different cladding proposals 23
MIND THE GAP Fado Museum Team: Enzo Pasqua, Davide Maccioni, Zineb Zerouali, Claudia La Piana Lisboa, Portugal | Architectural competition 2016
Fado is a popular urban music, a poem that can be seen and heard. It is sung in the squares, in the narrow alleys of Alfama, in small restaurants, is sung for people. The Fado Museum must be a place that contains history, memory and identity, this ancient tradition, but at the same time you can live as a public space: because Fado lives in the street. The area of the competition is located in Campo di Santa Clara, a stone’s throw from the Pantheon, and besides being a site from which you can enjoy a fascinating view of the Tejo and the picturesque Alfama, is also the center of Feira da Ladra , the largest flea market in Lisbon: an expanse of stalls, some cafés on the sides and an ancient covered market in the center. We tried to create a space of aggregation, which could be lived in its entirety, imposing ourselves as dictat not to deprive the city of one of its great attractions: to make more functions coexist, keep the atmosphere of the feira and recreate a suitable Fado. A volume that does not distort the urban space that surrounds it, but that is part of it, trying to get a concentrate of 360 ° experience of what Lisbon can offer.
Nemetschek Allplan | Rhinoceros | Cinema4D+Vray | Sketchup Adobe Photoshop | Adobe Illustrator | Adobe InDesign
Feira da Ladra
POI and connections
Public square 26
Diagrams - Concept explanation
1st floor The area is triangular and arranged on a vertical drop of more than eight meters. For this reason the building is inserted into the lot and structure it like a large ramp, which allows to overcome the steep slope introducing new, more usable ones. We took advantage of the slope in our favor and contrasted through the building itself. The volume is wrapped enclosing a square and all the coverage is feasible and available for the stalls of the feira. The entire surface is used 100% as a public space. We have created a square that recalls the sensory experience of the Alfama in the heart of the building, why not repeat this effect in the outdoor area?
Rendering of the exterior miradouro - ramp 27
Restaurant Dance lab WC Singing lab Warehouse and technical area
Rendering of the internal museum area
Ramp Stairs Auditorium
Absonometrical section 28
The museum consists of two levels one of which is a double height - and is designed with a continuous resumption of visit, along which all objects, volumes and spaces hanging from the ceiling. The entrance is in the highest part of the lot and leads us, through a green space, to the reception - above which are above the offices, reachable through a staircase. Continuing well the exhibition is the dining area, a double height, which can be reached from inside, when the museum is open, both from the outside, when it is closed, thanks to the presence of a direct access from the square: which best place to enjoy Fadoâ€™s performance while sipping a drink?
IN MEDIO STAT VIRTUAL Visual art projects Personal projects Darfo , Italy | Archviz works 2017-2018
A brief collection of my work as an architectural visualizer developed in the last two years. The type of models and renderings vary from the details to the large spaces, trying to improve the style and the needs of the client.
Maxon Cinema 4D | Vray | Nemetschek Allplan | Marvelous designer | Adobe Photoshop
Portuguese bathroom - Archviz 6 days classes by Angelo Ferretti 32
Buon appetito - Visualization project using 3D scanned food for a restaurant client These works are the result of the experience following the ArchViz 6 Days course held by the visual artist Angelo Ferretti and turn out to be a mix of personal tests and some freelance works carried out from March 2017 to today. The passion for the virtual world and for photography still brings me to try to improve myself more and more day after day, image after image.
House with a view - Interior rendering image of a house in the north of Italy
Chilling out with Zach - A furniture project for a friend 34
Corridor games - Internal view for an architectural competition
Morning coffee - Internal view of a bar in Brescia 35
Relax into the park - Exterior view of Cascina Parco Gallo in Brescia
External view of the Piancamuno school 36
External view for a wooden house architectural competition
External night view of Cascina Parco Gallo in Brescia 37
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