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LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO GIANLUCA CARBONI


INDEX CURRICULUM VITAE II ABOUT ME III REQUALIFICATION OF SAND DUNES HABITATS 2 Surrounding Landscape Photographies 3 Analysis SWOT - Multitemporal Analysis - Habitat

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MASTERPLAN 5 Footbridge 6 Protective Barrier 7 Wooden Fences - Sea Side 8 Wooden Fences for Planting 9

NATURAL ARCHITECTURE 10

Surrounding Landscape Photographies 11 MASTERPLAN 12 Layout Day - Layout Night 14 Sketches 15 Materials and Design Concept 16 Construction Details 17

DRAWINGS OF PLANTS AND NATURE 18


CURRICULUM VITAE

Gianluca CARBONI Date of birth: 29/11/1988 Driving Licens: B

EDUCATION AND STUDIES

2013 - 2015

NAZIONALITY : ITALIAN

Biennial Master Degree in Landscape Architecture

Instituto Superior de Agronomia (University of Landscape Architecture), 32, Tapada da Ajuda, Lisbon, 1349-017, Portugal

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2007 - 2012

Bachelor Degree in Environmental Architecture

Via Ludovico Ariosto, 11 09129 Cagliari Sardinia – Italy

Landscape and Territorial planning Conservation Planning for Ecosystem Services Architectural and botanical representation Lecture of the landscape components

CONTACT: Tel. (+0039)3405502241

Politecnico of Milan (University of Architecture), 32, Piazza Leonardo da Vinci, Milan, 20133, Italy

LANGUAGES

- Architectural planning - Sustainable planning - Architectonic representation - Knowledge of natural and sustainable materials

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A-level - Scientifical Diploma

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Italian Mother tongue Portuguese Fluent (spoken, written and read) French Fluent (spoken, written and read) English Intermediary level Spanish Intermediary level

Liceo Scientifico G. Carducci, 12, Via Ferrante Aporti, Milan, 20125, Italy Italian, Maths, Fisic, Philosophy, Latin, English

SKILLS

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE January 2015 - June 2015

Res Maris Project

- Mapping invasive exotic species - Creation of cartographies in ArcGis - Harvesting of seeds

Via su Paddiu, 2, 08030 Genoni (Nuoro), Italy

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May 2011 - Jule 2011

L.I.T (Laboratorio d'Informazione Tecnica)

Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Power Point) Adobe (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign) 2D programm: AutoCad, ArcGis 3D programm: Rhino, Lumion, SketchUp

Competence

Tools and landscape design techniques according to a sustainable approach to stewardship of the landscape, to the dynamics of dune ecosystems, agricultural and forest. Good knowledge of the conservation methods and tools and valorisation of biodiversity through the tools and techniques of reading the ecological characteristics, hydrogeological and morphological, vegetation and organizational landscape in its natural components, human, and social settlement.

Centro Conservazione BiodiversitĂ  (CCB), 11/13, Viale Sant'Ignazio da Laconi, 09123, Cagliari (Sardinia), Italy, (+0039) 0706753508

July 2013 - April 2014

Programs

Comune of Genoni

Communications Good ability to adapt to multicultur environments, gained through experience abroad

2D representation of the facades of the historic center

Politecnico of Milan (University of Architecture), 32, Piazza Leonardo da Vinci, Milan, 20133, Italy

especially in France (Paris) and Portugal (Lisbon), and through my different journeys.

Organization

Good organizational skills of coordination, planning and problem solving acquired through various university experiences and working groups.

ABOUT ME

The fact that I had chosen architecture faculty, I believe can be triggered by the fact that, since childhood, I have always loved to climb trees and I always dreamed of being able to arrive a day to build a tree shelter. I always saw architecture as something that would be available to everyone, without getting to make things too complicated with high costs and without any relationship with the surrounding context. I've always been fascinated also by the countries that are in Sardinia, not just admiring the buildings, which are still of great value, but above all the situations that architecture creates. Every place must be lived, and this is possible only if conditions allow; do a project without thinking about the repercussions that a building will have on the social context is how to get away from what the man, by own nature, should do; live in harmony with the surrounding environment and the people with whom he lives.

Costantino Nivola

- Bamboo investigation - Constructing details of Bamboo - Knowledge of sustainable materials II

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Surrounding Landscape Photographs

REQUALIFICATION OF SAND DUNES HABITATS Campulongu - Sardinia - Italy SIC "ITB040020" Among all the habitats protected by the European Community, the coastal ones are the most vulnerable, since their survival is based on a fragile dynamic equilibrium between morphological and ecological factors, which in turn are heavily threatened by anthropic actions. The project, carried out in collaboration with the Centro Conservazione BiodiversitĂ  (CCB) at Cagliari University, is compliant with the general guidelines of the Habitats Directive and Natura 2000 Network, which are optimal tools for drafting environmental policies for preservation of biodiversity.

The Site of Community Importance (SCI ITB040020) called "Isola dei Cavoli, Serpentara, Punta Molentis and Campulongu" is located in the southeast of Sardinia, in the sub-region of Sarrabus, that is, in the city of Villasimius in Cagliari Province. The SIC, which covers 9.281 ha (of which 8538 of sea and 742.48 of land), protects one of the most important marine-coastal areas of network Natura 2000 in Sardinia, as demonstrated also for their total overlap with the Marine Protected Area "Capo Carbonara". (AMPCC).

For this reason, the main purpose of this dissertation is the application of reactivation and maintenance initiatives, in order to find solutions to preserve and protect the dunal systems of the SIC "ITB040020", while allowing the use of beaches and increasing environmental awareness towards local landscapes. Apart from the fulfillment of reactivation and maintenance initiatives, it is fundamental to increase consciousness of local inhabitants and tourists who use this area during the summer time.

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Analysis SWOT Strenghts

Weakness

1954

Multitemporal Analysis

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Fragile environment

Landscape value Sand dune sistem

Absence of access

Priority Habitats

1998/99

Limited extension

Nature - Antrophized

Touristic pressure Opportunities

Threats

Conservation Protection

Renaturalisation

Development

Pounding Mechanical cleaning 4

Exotics plants Erosion

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MASTERPLAN

Protected Habitats Habitat 2210

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Footbridge

Current State

After intervention

Protective Barrier

Years after intervention

Current State

After intervention

Years after intervention

The main objective of the intervention is to encourage the boardwalks bathers to cross the dune system without compromising the development and protecting the adjacent vegetation. The implementation of this objective will be able to channel the flow and ensure greater adherence to the road of people with limited mobility. In this way, it can also be ensured knowledge of the surrounding landscape and simultaneously ensure the preservation of flora and fauna.

The placement of protective barriers is made necessary due to the strong tourists flow that affecting Campulongu beach throughout the summer season.

The barriers will be placed near the access to the beach in order to delimit the priority habitats and impeding the crossing, while at the coast line will only affect parts of the beach where there is the possibility, in spatial terms, of a possible reintegration of native vegetation.

The footbridge consists of larch wood poles with a thickness of 16 cm, a maximum length of 250 cm and the primary and secondary beams chestnut wood (5x20x180 cm). The timber will be properly treated with ecological paint in order to prolong the passageway lifecycle.

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Wooden Fences - Sea Side Current State

After intervention

Wooden Fences for Planting

Years after intervention

Protectives barriers, near the shore line, will be placed in early spring, before being removed at the end of the summer season. This is because during the fall / winter there is a risk of heavy storms that can damage the fences. In the spring / summer, which is the most critical period for embryonic dunes, will be positioned along the coast, in specially selected areas in order to prevent the passage and parking in the most vulnerable areas and where are processes of naturalization of the area.

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Elytrigia atherica Eryngium maritimum The proposed project aims Pancratium maritimum to find an ideal solution for the restoration of native vegetation with the following goals: - Revegetation of embryonic mobile dunes; Requalification and expansion of dune habitats; - Promote the development The choice of this kind of vegetation is due to sand fixation of stabilizing vegetation and characteristics, which will allow recovery of the embryonic mobile consolidator of the dunes. dunes, and the renaturation of the interested area.

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NATURAL ARCHITECTURE Lemna Alp - Como - Italy

The territory on which it was developed the project covers the area of Lake Como, and in particular in the municipality of Faggeto Lario on the eastern coast. Entering in this area you feel immersed in a timeless dimension, where everything seems to have stopped; It breathes air that today seems to be missing in the places where we live. Everything is so simple and natural that it almost feels out of place being in front of so much beauty. The Alpe is dominated by Palanzo headland and the imposing of the trees that surround it, it looks like the Alpe alive and has its own soul.

The landscape is characterized by a pre-alpine vegetation with the presence of pastures and forests, as the glacial basin is next to the Alps and to the tops of Dolomie. The soil is therefore partly steep and rugged, and in part dominated by soft peaks. The mountain pasture is located at 930 m s.l.m. and is mostly a large expanse of green lawn dedicated to pasture and surrounded by a forest of deciduous trees such as beech, hazel, birch and chestnut.

And from these reflections that come my design choices. Everything would have to be as functional as possible but at the same time simple and natural, as if it were their own nature to give birth to these buildings. I thought that in order to achieve the objectives set by me I would have to operate much on the treatment of the facades, turning them into real "skins" natural. This was made possible through the abolition of the straight line in the facades. especially considering the fact that a building is not always the case as we have been taught by the laws of nature, that nothing is created and nothing is destroyed, everything is transformed, I decided that a correct and consistent choice of materials would be essential to preserve the Alpe naturalness. 12

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MASTERPLAN Guesthouse Farm Woodland Pine

ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEM:

Puddle of water

Settlement context > Huts at the woodland edge Typology > Isolated habitable unit Destination > Guesthouse Guesthouse Capacity > 4 people Materials > Chestnut wood Hemp and Lime Compressed Straw Bamboo Copper

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Layout Day

Does not exist a living zone or a sleeping zone, everyone is free to "conceive" about your own space

Layout Night

Sketches

The versatility of these huts consist in the simple fact that the living and sleeping areas have in common the ability to place the furniture to your preference, this not having a precise location and being composed of easily removable components. Each user is free to create its own space and feel more at ease.

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Construction Details

Materials and Design Concept Chestnut Wood

The chestnut wood was chosen for its high

availability in this area as well as for its structural characteristics and for the good seal against atmospheric agents. Hemp and Lime From an environmental point of view this material can be completely recycled and reused, or crumbled and mixed again or can be

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disposed of in nature because the hemp degrades naturally and lime increases the pH of the soil

Compressed Straw Panels The straw panels allow the building to breathe, absorbing moisture when the air is too humid and releasing it when the air is dry.

With their simple and quick installation has less additional costs compared to conventional products.

Bamboo The bamboo has been used to minimize the use of wood and, as a building material, plays a key role in the fight

against deforestation. It has a high daily growth rate as well as excellent mechanical properties Copper Copper has excellent self-protection ability against the elements, making it difficult to deteriorate and durable without maintenance. His change of color due to oxidation, will allow him to better interact with the surrounding landscape

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1 - Horizontal wooden lath 2 - Hemp and lime insulation 12cm 3 - Bamboo culm 10cm 4 - Connection wood-bamboo 5 - Aluminum bracket 6 - Wooden plank 3cm 7 - Bamboo surface 8 - Protective barrier 9 - Main beam 30x6 cm 10 - Cooper roof 0,8 mm 11 - Base plate 12 - Reinforced concrete plinth 60x60x90 cm 13 - Wooden coating 14 - Wooden shingles 15 - Joist 16 - Wooden column 30x6x360 cm

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DRAWINGS OF PLANTS AND NATURE

Pancratium maritimum

Allium moly, L.

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Opuntia

Avena sativa

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