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SELECTED WORKS 2017


Gianluca Bernardi Selected Works / 2017 Architecture Portfolio Graphic design, drawings & printing edited by Gianluca Bernardi Barcelona, 04/09/2017 I authorise the processing of my personal data


ABOUT

GIANLUCA BERNARDI

MONTEBELLUNA (ITALY) 11 - 02 - 1993 BRNGLC93B11F443V BARCELONA (SPAIN) Torrent d’En Vidalet, 5 08012 +39 339 444 35 40 (ITALY) +34 655 459 636 (SPAIN) gianlucabernardi93@gmail.com

2016

Erasmus+ Exchange Program Escola Tècnica Superior d’Arquitectura de Barcelona - (Spain)

2015

Master of Architecture & Arts Istituto Universitario Architettura di Venezia - I.U.A.V. - (Italy)

2015

Bachelor of Science of Architecture Istituto Universitario Architettura di Venezia - I.U.A.V. - (Italy)

2017

MAIO - María Charneco, Alfredo Lérida, Guillermo López, Anna Puigjaner carrer Bruniquer, 23 - 08012 - BARCELONA (Spain)

2015

SAMT - Studio Architettura Maurizio Trevisan Via Roma, 52 - 31011 - ASOLO (Italy)

2014

SAMT - Studio Architettura Maurizio Trevisan Via Roma, 52 - 31011 - ASOLO (Italy)

2016

LOST ISLANDS - Reporting from the front of the Landscape La Biennale di Venezia- 15th International Architecture Exhibition

2016

ROMA 2025 - New Life Cycles for the Metropolis MAXXI_Museo nazionale delle arti del XXI secolo - ROMA (Italy)

2017

Crosas + Perea | Grulois + Casabella | Tosi Spain/Belgium/Italy

2015

Sandro Marpillero | Aldo Aymonino + Renato Bocchi U.S.A./Italy

2015

Manuel Aires Mateus Portugal

C.A.D. Softwere 3d Modeling Rendering Graphic Design

Language

EDUCATION 10 MONTHS ON GOING GRADUATED

EXPERIENCE INTERNSHIP JUNIOR ARCHITECT INTERNSHIP

EXHIBITION LANDSCAPE EXHIBITION ARCHITECTURE EXHIBITION

WORKSHOP Metropolitan e-Studio w/ETSAB, ULB & IUAV ROMA 2025 w/Columbia GSAPP & IUAV W.a.Ve. 15 @ IUAV

SKILLS Autocad Archicad Archicad BIM Sketchup Artlantis Studio Cinema 4d + VRay Adobe Photoshop Adobe Illustrator Adobe InDesign

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The Baths of Caracalla Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema 1899

THE SQUARE AND THE PYRAMID

TYPOLOGY

YEARS

ACADEMY

2017

SITE

LATITUDE

NOVA MARBELLA,BARCELONA,SPAIN

41 . 24 N , 2 . 13 W

TUTOR

TEAM

R C R Arquitectes

BERNARDI GIANLUCA - JESUS QUINTANA

GPS


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RCR Arquitectes ETSAB VISITING SCHOOL 2016/17 Espai Barberi @ C/ Fontanella, 26. Olot Girona 2016 Photo by Gianluca Bernardi


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he project is focused on rethinking La Nova Mar Bella, and to reconsider the relationship between city and sea. It means rethinking the relation with La Ronda Litoral, an important highway that absorbs a great volume of traffic that has a great impact on this space, perhaps not visually but without any doubts to an auditory level. Another important aspect is the relation between humanity - nature - technology. From the industrial revolution humanity has tended to move close to the technology of the nature, starting with the migration from the countryside to the city. In the last years we can observe a particular interest to recover the lost relationship with nature, and for this reason it is necessary to think about a re-naturalization of urban areas. In this case, the challenge is re-naturalize the last piece of waterfront in the city. The proposal is to generate a place of calmness, protected from the noise and the vision of the city, a place where to escape from reality and discover, through a natural filter, the view of the sea. A park with a slight slope protects us from the city, with different densities of pine trees and with autochthonous Mediterranean species. A pathway among pine trees connects the waterfront to Parc del ForĂşm. this one passes of being with the first line to remaining located in the place where the the forms of the pine grove allows to discover the sea across his chinks. Punctually this pathway cross with empty spaces, squares, and other places that allow to inhabit the seaside in a different way from the shoreline. In the masterplan, there are two points that try to create a sort of synergy between them: a square and a pyramid, two spaces designed as catalysts of a new relation with nature. The Square is a space where to live healthy, eat ecological food, and where investigate and divulge this way of life. The Pyramid generates a space of relation with nature on a sensory level, by means of rediscovery of the water of the sea updating the ancients baths that existed in La Mar Bella, and rethinking them at present as baths of mind and this way to try to reconnect temporarily humanity and nature.


Murus Aeternus Francesco Lupia 2016

Murus Aeternus

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Proposta per a la renaturalització de Barcelona

Altres Glòries Proposal for the Renaturalization of Barcelona

Other Glòries

Altres Glòries. Proposta per a la renaturalització de Barcelona AA.VV. dpr-barcelona 2016

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Louis Kahn National Assembly Building @ Dhaka, Bangladesh 1961-82


Nudism in Modern Life: The New Gymosophy Maurice Parmelee 1931

New Gymnosophy

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Louis Isadore Kahn: Silence and Light Alessandro Vassella 2011

Silence & Light

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TYPOLOGY

YEARS

ACADEMY

2017

SITE

LATITUDE

POBLENOU, BARCELONA, SPAIN

41.23 N , 02.12 E

TUTOR

TEAM

JOSEP FERRANDO

BERNARDI GIANLUCA

GPS

W.J. Neutelings, A. Wall, X. De Geyter and F. Roodbeen Habitat & the City Competition Habitatge i Ciutat Barcelona 1990

FABRICA DE VIVIENDAS

The questions behind the urban problem called unfinished Eixample is: How to knit the urban block without re-produce the same urban form? The Cerda’s plan goes beyond a simple repetition of the same block, it is a continuous system of facades, a pace of straight and folded surfaces. When this pace of facades comes to the Litoral del PobleNou, it gets lost and mixed in a great Collage of Infrastructures: it is the waterfront of Barcelona. How to introduce the complexity of an infrastructure to the intimacy of a house? Mixing two totally different spaces, generating a factory with housings, a clash of architectural programs that produces a new typology of urban hybrid: a FABRICA DE VIVIENDAS. As well as a good of a factory, the housing block is composed by a repetition of modular and autonomous pieces, that mounted between them, are going to construct

the form of the set of housings. The spatial distribution inside the house, among served and servants spaces, the latter isolated in 90 cm of facade, allows a flexibility of total use. Once all the spaces of service are placed in a band active, every inhabitable module of 3x3 m can be used in every way: from the kitchen to the bedroom. The idea of life behind a Fabrica de Viviendas is that every person cooperates with the sustainability of the building with his individual work. The production of objects, that takes place in the working spaces serves to offer to others inhabitants the whole furniture that they need: for example a pottery’s painter will be able to decorate the baths of every house of his neighbors. The Fabrica de Viviendasis is a concept more than an architectural typology, that begins with the organization of the constructive process and develops as a way of life that binds living and working in cooperation with the neighbors.


HABITATGE I CIUTAT Atelier Josep Ferrando @ ETSAB 2017 Photo by Gianluca Bernardi


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Barbarism Begins at Home The Smiths Rough Trade 1985

Fabrica de Viviendas

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GSPublisherEngine 0.64.100.100


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GSPublisherEngine 0.66.100.100


27 28 Alison and Peter Smithson Street in the Air Golden Lane Competition London 1952


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Jack Lynn & Ivor Smith Park Hill @ Sheffield, UK 1961


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Domus Demain Yves Lion & François Leclercq L’Architecture d’aujourd’hui 252 1984


Domus Demain


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GSPublisherEngine 0.98.100.100


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Alison and Peter Smithson Robin Hood Gardens London 1972 Photo by Sandra Lousada


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