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Giulia AGOSTINELLI

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COVER LETTER Licensed architect since March 2013 - n°1351, graduated from the School of Architecture at Politecnico di Milano, with honor in July 2011, I have a solid knowledge and experience in wood structures and temporary constructions in addition to a strong interest in sustainable technologies. Furthermore I have a background in photography and design. I would like to extend my work experiences in the field of architecture, urban planning and landscape design. As you can see from my Curriculum Vitae, I already had some professional experiences, since I have worked in different offices for several months, in Paris, Milan and Ancona. Moreover, I was the author of the project “Changing Habit: a Low Impact System for Temporary Constructions” published in the international conference XXXVIII IAHS World Congress on Housing Science occurred in April 2012 in Istanbul, Turkey, and published in the Special Issue of the “International Journal for Housing Science and its Applications”. Furthermore, my project “aMODus”, designed in collaboration with Stefano D’Acri, was successfully produced by Arrighi Design and exhibited during the Milan Furniture International Fair in April 2013 in Milan, Italy. I would be glad to provide any additional information needed. My resume will fully details my qualifications along with my Video Resume and my complete work that you can find on my website: www.giuliaagostinelli.com. Sincerely, Giulia AGOSTINELLI

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SELECTED WORKS.

ABOUT .

THE WATERFRONT .

architect | photographer | designer

new traces between land and sea

19, rue de la Tombe Issoire 75014, Paris, France +33 (0)6.51.38.20.53 (fr) +39 329 309.17.94 (ita) giulia.agostinelli@gmail.com www.giuliaagostinelli.com

Type: Masterplan, Urban Planning Location: Gabicce Mare, Italy Year: October 2013 Other: New Waterfront for Gabicce Mare - Open Competition


SELECTED WORKS

AMODUS .

CHANGING HABIT .

LE MULTIPLEXE .

COHOUSING .

be aMODus, be you!

low impact system for temporary constructions

study on architectural heritage

a new way of living

Type: Bench, Commercial Location: Milan, Italy Year: April 2013 Collaboration: Arch. Stefano D’Acri Production: Metal System

Type: Thesis Location: Everywhere Year: July 2011 Featured on : XXXVIII IAHS World Congress on Housing, Istanbul, Turkey, April 2012

Type: Masterplan Location: Paris, France Year: June 2010 Other : Academic project at ENSAPVS

Type: Residential Location: Milan, Italy Year: September 2009 Collaboration: Marilena Russo, Pietro Speziale


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I am Ready: Video Resume

Achievements. aMODus: bench

Exhibition at Milan Furniture International Fair, Milan, Italy, April 2013

Changing Habit: a Low Impact System for Temporary Constructions XXXVIII IAHS World Congress on Housing, Istanbul, Turkey, April 2012

Changing Habit: a Low Impact System for Temporary Constructions International Journal for Housing Science and its Applications, April 2012

ABOUT.

Agora

G. Bertelli, M. Roda, Architettura e disegno urbano, Maggioli Editore, 2008

Matery, Volume, Rotation

Exhibition, Arona, Italy, October-November 2007

architect | photographer | designer

WHO I AM I am GIULIA AGOSTINELLI. I am an Architect, a Photographer and a Designer. I was born the 18th of April 1986 in Chiaravalle (Ancona, Italy). Since I remember, I was interested in design: when I was little I spent most of my time drawing and sketching or playing with LEGO, of course. Now, I am a licensed Architect - n. 1351. From 2005 to 2008 I studied Architecture at Politecnico di Milano where I achieved the Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture in September 2008 (107/110). My thesis was Building with wood: from raw material to dismantling: it concerned the entire life-cycle of construction materials, with a detailed attention to the LCA of wood and its possibilities to be recycled. From October 2008 I studied Architecture at the Politecnico di Milano and from 2009 to 2010 I was at the ENSAPVS, Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture Paris Val de Seine, within the international exchange programme Erasmus. In July 2011 I achieved the Master’s Degree in Architecture (110 with honor/110). My thesis Changing Habit: a low impacts system for temporary constructions, concerned the study of a system made of a structure that is repeatable into space and that can assume multiple configurations, according to different temporary situations. I had some professional experiences, since I worked in different offices for several months, in PARIS and MILAN, where I developed a strong management skill and strict sense of responsibilities, besides practical knowledge. Furthermore, during my collaborations I improved my knowledge in the field of design, animation and publishing. At the present time I am working on several international competitions as well as on self promoting projects, but I am always AVAILABLE for working opportunities.

Archined.nl- The architecture site of the Netherlands, July 2013

Photographer of the day

ADIDAP - All Day I Dream About Photography blog, December 2012

Photo To the Moon and Back

Frizzi Frizzi blog and Solifestyle blog, December 2012

Photo The Solitude of Buildings Nssmag, September 2012

240 finalist

Leica Italia contest 24x36, February 2012

Photo Don’t Cry

Cover of the music album Summer Fiction by Bill Ricchini, December 2011

Photo Carnivores vs Vegetarians

Razor Monkey Magazine #08 Food Issue, March 2010


ABOUT

Experiences.

Tools.

basic

2013 october-november| C O L L A BO RA T I O N A S G RA P H I C D E S I G N E R

good very good excellent

AutoCAD 2D/3D

Artistic direction, concpet and realisation of the introductory video animation for Tetrashed Innovation Imperative, Great Western Studios, 65 Alfred Road, London W25EU, United Kingdom

Adobe Photoshop CS5

2013 june-july| P RO J E C T A RC H I T E C T

Adobe InDesign CS5

Feasibility study, renovation projects and competitions; operations prior to acceptance on construction site DTACC Achitecture, 98 rue de Sèvres, 75007, Paris, France

Adobe Illustrator CS5

2013 march| L I C E N S E D A RC H I T E C T

Office Suite

n° 1351 Ordine Architetti Pianificatori Paesaggisti Conservatori Provincia di Ancona

ArchiCAD 2D/3D

2013 january-february | W E BS I T E D E S I GN E R

HTML / CSS / JS

Concept and realisation of my own website + work in progress home page www.giuliaagostinelli.com

Adobe After Effects LaTeX

2012 november | M OV E D T O PA RI S

Blogging Platforms

Looking for job opportunities in the field of Architecture, Design and Photography

Rhinoceros

2012 january-may | A RC H I T E C T A N D G RA P H I C DE S I G N E R

SketchUp

Concept and realisation of temporary exhibition areas; companies branding and advertising; publishing Free Service srl, via del Consorzio 34, 60015, Falconara Marittima, Ancona, Italy

Interests.

Cinema 4D

2011 september | M OV E D BA C K T O H O M E Enjoy some rest after hard work

PHOTOGRAPHY

2011 july | M A S T E Rʼ S D E GRE E

Changing’ Habit: a low impact system for temporary constructions 110 cum laude / 110, School of Architecture, Politecnico di Milano, Milan, Italy

A rc h i te c tu re

Languages.

Fash i on Mac ro

2010 june-july | A RC H I T E C T U R A L I N TE RN S H I P

Landsc ape

Concept and technical drawings or competitions; 3d modeling; studies on residential typologies Apie Architectes Associés, 19bis rue de Cotte, 75012, Paris, France

Mothertongue

2009-2010| L L P E RA S M U S

FRENCH

ENGLISH

ITALIAN

Con ce ptu a l

PHO TO GRA PHY

f a s h io n

Proficient User

One year international exchange programme Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture Paris Val de Seine, Paris, France

Independent User

2008 september| BA C H E LO Rʼ S DE G RE E

design

Building with wood: from row material to dismantling 107 / 110, School of Architecture, Politecnico di Milano, Milan, Italy

TIPOGRAPHY

2008 march-may| A RC H I T E C T U R A L I N T E R N S H I P

infographics

Concept and technical drawings for residential projects at different scale ADM Architecture, viale Gran Sasso 10, 20131, Milan, Italy

ART

DRAWING ILLUSTRATIONS CRAFTS 2012

2009

2006

1996

1986


Road + 2.20m Cycle route + 2.30m

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Sidewalk + 2.00m

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Wood stairs + 1.80m Dunes + 3.50m Beach facilities oasis + 1.50m

THE WATERFRONT. new traces between land and sea

Type: Masterplan, Urban Planning Location: Gabicce Mare, Pesaro-Urbino, Italy Year: October 2013 Other: New Waterfront for Gabicce Mare - Open Competition

ABOUT Placed between the dense city and the sea, the project aims to fill the existing gap between the natural landscape and the city itself. Therefore, the idea is to draw back the beach in order to give at least 10m more to the sea sidewalk, that now appears undersized and not consistent with the actual users needs. The new sidewalk will become a strong trace on the landscape, that will stand as an element of decompression between the city and the beach. Moreover, the project is based on different layers that represent not only different functions but also different altitudes of the site itslef: the road, the cycle route, the sidewalk, the dunes, the beach facilities oasis, the dunes and the sea footbridge, each one identified by a different trace on the ground and different materials. Thanks to the presence of the dunes, the project takes advantages of the different levels of the ground to create underground storage spaces, in order to replace the existing concrete structures with a more flexible and sustainable model of beach facility. Seen at the sidewalk level, these dunes appear as green hills. The natural element enters the project also thanks to the presence of oasis, green areas on which flexible and temporary beach facilities will be placed.

Sea footbridge + 0.90m


THE WATERFRONT

Section BB

+3.50m +2.30m +0.00m

Road Cycle route Sidewalk Access ramp Beach +3.50m

Section AA

+1.50m +0.00m

Access ramp Beach facilities storage Sidewalk Wood stairs Beach

Seawater swimmingpool Wood stripped external curtain Renovation and external wood cladding Conversion in welness center

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AMODUS. be aMODus, be you!

Type: Bench, Commercial Location: Milan Furniture International Fair, Milan, Italy Year: April 2013 Collaboration: Arch. Stefano D’Acri Production: Metal System, Cantu (CO), Italy

ABOUT The design is based on the use of a single module, formed by steel bars and intersections: thanks to few linear elements, it is possible to obtain a structure that is repeatable into space. The module is made by a square element geometrically divided in triangular surfaces. The aim is to achieve a multiple solutions system, capable of assembly a bench with multiple scales and configurations: the design consists in a reticular structure made of steel tubulars, easily mountable and dismountable, characterized by reversibility, recycling and reuse.

DEVELOPMENT

MODULE A

MODULE B


AMODUS front C

front B

front D

plan

ASSEMBLY

COMMERCE

USE

DISASSEMBLY

STORAGE

ease of assembly thanks to elements characterized by reduced dimensions and simple connections

all the elements are designed to be installed in commercial spaces both outdoor or indoor; the elements are also flexibles and adaptables to the users’ needs

the resulting products allow the possibility of a multiple use in different environments; they are also adaptable in terms of shapes and dimensions

connections between the elements are designed in order to facilitate the ease of disassembly and to be used in multiple occasions

the ease of assembly and disassembly also allows either a simple storage for the elements and their possibility to be afterwards re-used or recycled

main front A

front B

front C

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front D


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CHANGING HABIT. a low impact system for temporary constructions

Type: Thesis Location: Everywhere Year: July 2011 Featured on : XXXVIII IAHS World Congress on Housing, Istanbul, Turkey, April 2012 International Journal for Housing Science and its Applications, April 2012

ABOUT Operating in the field of temporary constructions, the aim is to develop a project that excludes the idea of a completely defined module (which implies a huge waste of resources) choosing instead to develop a system with changing and adaptable configurations. The concept phase brings to the design of an assembly kit composed of a limited number of simple elements, and that, considering the whole life cycle, is characterized by low costs, reversibility, recycling or reuse of the entire structure or of some of its elements. Finally, the project, called Changing Habit, consists basically of a two-dimensional mobile frame, formed by bars and connections: thanks to few linear elements characterized by small size, it is possible to obtain a structure that is replaceable into different kinds of spaces and that can assume multiple configurations. This structure is also characterized by the development along a longitudinal direction, by the use of portals as basic modular element, and by the movement of its own constitutive elements to achieve different configurations. The aim is to achieve the minimum complexity with a system that, using the least possible amount of material, can convey multiple and variable spaces, with very few movements. Moreover, Changing Habit’ can be employed in different cases of temporary situations: in fact, the system is based on a structure that is mobile itself, in its parts, in its different configurations.


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LE MULTIPLEXE. study on architectural heritage

Type: Masterplan, Multiplex Cinema Location: Boucicaut, Paris, France Year: June 2010 Other : Academic project at ENSAPVS

ABOUT The idea of the plan was conceived from the analysis of the existing predominant lines of the site, characterized by the presence of an historic hospital. The concept consists on a regular mesh that merges existing buildings and the hospital itself. The aim is in fact to trace a series of urban tissues that refers to existing building features, such as the strong closure on the north street side, the minor density of buildings on the south and the consequent presence of a surrounding green belt. The multiplex was conceived from the fluxes developing on the sites: the idea is based on a wide distributed space, spread enough to allow the integration of all cinemas and functional spaces inside itself. Theaters are in fact realized as autonomous nodes both on terms of functional program and structure: the constructing technique is a self supporting cage made of steel that is self sufficient for each cell. On the contrary, the distribution space that connects each unit is mainly in glass, not only to increase natural illumination but also to underline the symbolic value of spaces themselves: on one side, theaters are solid and opaque items, on the other side, distribution spaces that “flow� through theaters, are transparent and permeable.


LE MULTIPLEXE

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COHOUSING. a new way of living

Type: Residential Location: Bollate, Milan, Italy Year: September 2009 Collaboration: Marilena Russo, Pietro Speziale

ABOUT The project is based on the declination of a module, the cube of 8m side, chosen for its flexibility in terms of forms, for its possibility to operate on various plastic dispositions and, above all, for its favorable possibilities in terms of inner organization and exposure of the faรงades. Along with the compositive and typological search, the aspect of social sustainability has been strongly privileged in the form of a cohousing project: this program heads at the creation of a nucleus of common activities and of an inner organization, directed to the youngest generations and newly formed families. The choice of this topic affects the project, characterizing all the typological issues and the functional choices. As a consequence, the conception of common open spaces becomes crucial into the design process: these spaces are a sort of bond along the various inhabited units. The aim of the open spaces has been therefore directed towards two main topics: on one side, the choice of cohousing, that has led to the creation of gardens and recreational spaces and, on the other side, the sustainability, that has led to the recovery and the exploitation of rain waters thanks to the rain garden system.

TREE SPECIES Hedera Ivy Jasminum Jasmine Lavandula Lavender Buxus Boxwood Acer Maple Evergreen trees Rain garden


COHOUSING LAUNDRY IRONING DRYING STUDY ROOM AREA UNDER 21

MEETING ROOM BOYS ROOM

CHILDCARE

CHILDWOOD WORKSHOPS

BIKE WAREHOUSE

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WIDE OPEN PERSPECTIVES Type: Landscape Location: Pont Alexandre III, Paris, France Year: March 2013 Other: Canon 50D - EF14mm f/2.8L USM lens


CONTACTS Email: giulia.agostinelli@gmail.com Website: www.giuliaagostinelli.com Blog BlaBla Boom: http://blablaboom.wordpress.com Skype: faerie_eriu Facebook: Giulia Agostinelli Twitter: https://twitter.com/faerie_eriu Google: Giulia Agostinelli Flickr: faerie_eriu (Giulia Agostinelli) Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/faerieriu ISSUU: http://issuu.com/giulia_agostinelli Behance: http://www.behance.net/giuliaagostinelli Linkedin: Giulia Agostinelli Vimeo: http://vimeo.com/giuliaagostinelli

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GIULIA AGOSTINELLI architect | photographer | designer 19, rue de la Tombe Issoire 75014, Paris, France +33 (0)6.51.38.20.53 +39 329 3091794 giulia.agostinelli@gmail.com www.giuliaagostinelli.com


Agostinelli Architecture Portfolio 2013