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architecture|design|graphic

giulia benedetti


GIULIA BENEDETTI

98, Via Faentina 50032 Borgo San Lorenzo FIRENZE, Italy t. +39 340 9821973 giulia88benedetti@gmail.com

PREFERRED JOB: ARCHITECT ABOUT ME

I was born in Florence, class 1988. I have a Master’s Degree in Architecture from Florence University, got in September 2016 and passed with 110/110. I love architecture, in its relationship with the history of the cities, in its relationship with people happiness and wellbeing. These are the things that attract me the most about architecture! I love artistic expressions such as theatre and cinema. I am curious about many things in life, especially about the future. I am a friendly and sunny person, willing and responsible, much more at ease when working in group but also able to work in autonomy.

WORK EXPERIENCE March 2015 - June 2015 Laboratorio Modelli Architettura Dipartimento di Architettura Università Degli Studi di Firenze

Internship

Santa Teresa, 14, Via della Mattonaia, 50121 Firenze, IT t. +39 055 2755446 direttore-lma@dida.unifi.it http://www.dida.unifi.it/vp-202-laboratorio-modelli-per-l-architettura.html

Laser cutting; 3D printing; 3D scanning-reverse engineering; little woodworking experience; coach students to do cutting and modeling activities; coach lab technicians to create mock-up commissioned by Museo Ferragamo temporary show “Un Palazzo e la Città” February 2014 - Present

Tutoring and private lessons to middle and high school students

January 2011 - June 2013 Larinni & Associati architecture and engineering office

Collaborator

21, Via Ilaria Alpi, 50037 San Piero a Sieve, Firenze, IT t. +39 055 848459 larinni.associati@libero.it http://www.larinniemilani.com

Occasional collaboration for 2D drawings, models, graphic, research, texts editing, building surveys March 2010 - Present Comune di Borgo San Lorenzo

2, Piazza Dante, 50032 Borgo San Lorenzo, Firenze, IT t. +39 055 849661 http://www.comune.borgo-san-lorenzo.fi.it/

LANGUAGES

DIGITAL SKILLS

Italian mother tongue

2D-3D DRAWING

GRAPHIC

RENDERING

ENERGY AUDIT

AutoCad

Photoshop

Artlantis

Ecotect Analysis

B2 certificate (Cambridge)

Rhinoceros

Illustrator

V-Ray

OTHERS

A2 certificate (Delf)

SketchUp

InDesign

EDITING

Wordrpress

ArchiCad

Lightroom

Office suite

LEVEL

English: French: Spanish: 2

Scrutineer

excellent

good

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EDUCATION February 2013 - September 2016 Scuola di Architettura Università Degli Studi di Firenze Santa Teresa, 14, Via della Mattonaia, 50121 Firenze, IT t. +39 055 2755410 scuola@architettura.unifi.it http://www.icad.unifi.it/

September 2007 - December 2012 Scuola di Architettura Università Degli Studi di Firenze Santa Teresa, 14, Via della Mattonaia, 50121 Firenze, IT t. +39 055 2755410 scuola@architettura.unifi.it http://www.scienzearchitettura.unifi.it/

September 2002 - June 2007 Liceo Linguistico Giovanni Pascoli

Master’s Degree in Architecture (International Course in Architectural Design) Grade 110/110

Graduation thesis title: “Housing for artists. Atelier-houses in the ex-tobacco warehouse in Sant’Agata”. Main theme of the graduation thesis is the architectural and functional refurbishment of the Italian industrial heritage as a strategic practice of modern urbanism. Study planning: Architecture structural design lab; Contemporary history of the city and architecture; Project economic evaluation; Restoration lab; Urban sociology; Architecture and town lab; Architecture and environment lab; Technology of wood; Digital photography. Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture (Scienze dell’Architettura) Bachelor’s thesis title: “Carmignano: itinerari tra vino e arte”. Design of a winery in Carmignano, Tuscany. Study planning: Analisi Urbanistica; Storia dell’architettura I; Fisica tecnica ambientale; Istituzioni matematiche; Laboratorio di architettura I; Laboratorio di architettura II; Laboratorio di architettura III; Tecnologia dei materiali e degli elementi costruttivi; Diagnostica del degrado; Disegno applicato; Statica e Scienza delle costruzioni; Storia dell’architettura II; Urbanistica (diritto urbanistico); Laboratorio di tecnologia; Progettazione tecnologica e impianti; Rilievo dell’architettura; Estimo; Esercizio professionale; Laboratorio di costruzioni; Lingua straniera a scelta (Inglese); Conoscenze informatiche. High School Diploma Foreign languages: English, French, Spanish

58, Viale Don Minzoni, 50129 Firenze, IT tel. +39 055 572370 http://nuke.liceopascoli.gov.it/

May 2006

Crubillé Guillaume 21, Place de la République, 11300 Limoux, France

July 2005

Old Royal Naval College 30, Park Row, , London SE10 9LS http://www2.gre.ac.uk/

Stay in Limoux for an exchange programme in France Hosted by a family Stay in London for learning English Summer school, hosted by a family

JOB-RELATED SKILLS

ADDITIONAL INFO

listening ability communication ability team-work oriented sufficiently able to work in autonomy good planning aptitude good flexibility good amateur photographer responsibility and accuracy

Contests “Wavy” café chair for Infiniti Design - participation (2014) Memberships “Compagnia delle Formiche” amateur theatre (2010-2013) “Scuola di danza Gymnasium” corps de ballet (1993-2013) Italian driving licence B

Autorizzo il trattamento dei miei dati personali ai sensi del D.lgs. 196 del 2003

October 3rd, 2016

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

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HOUSING FOR ARTISTS

NEW CONTEMPORARY MUSEUM

Master’s Degree Graduation Thesis

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Architecture and Structure Lab exam

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pag. 19

THE BELVEDERE BASTION

Architecture

Restoration Lab exam

Architecture and Environment Lab exam

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pag. 30

Bachelor’s Degree Graduation Thesis

WAVY è un componente d’arredo ideale per l’allestimento di locali quali bar e caffetterie. Ideato e sviluppato secondo un’idea di sobrietà stilistica ma al contempo moderna, grazie alle sue linee sinuose.Linee semplici e coinvolgenti, ispirate allo stile del marchio Infiniti, sono la forza del prodotto, il quale si inserisce in molteplici situazioni. Potendo infatti sceglire tra le varie combinazioni di maDesign Contest teriali e/o colori Wavy è adatto in ambienti comodi e informali, o in ambienti classici ed eleganti. Participation 2014

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WAVY for Infiniti Design

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Wavy è un tavolo dalle linee leggere, che si sviluppa su una sotto struttura metallica sulla quale è poggiato il piano di legno o policarbonato sempre a seconda del contesto in cui esso è posto. Gli elementi verticali sono esattamente alle estremità del tavolo, dal quale traggongo la forma arcuata, volta a rendere elegante e sinuoso l’elemento. L’altezza del tavolo è di 740 mm, secondo le vigenti normative. Anche la dimensione totale del piano quadrato del tavolo è di 900 mm, sempre secondo normativa.

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Wavy è una sedia dalle linee sinuose, che si sviluppa su una struttura metallica che ricrea una curva quasi completa. Lateralmente la curva dà origine ai due braccioli. Inoltre ai due elementi verticali se ne oppongono tre orizzontali; due sottengono la seduta vera e propria, l’altro ha funzione di poggiapiedi oltre alla sua funzione stabilizzante. La seduta e lo schienale sono un unico elemento anch’esso dalla forma sinuosa e leggermente reclinata, volta a dare maggior ergonomicità al prodotto. I materiali di questo elemento possono variare a seconda del contesto; legno e metallo danno un aspetto classico al prodotto, mentre policarbonato e metallo lo rendono più moderno.

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WINERY IN CARMIGNANO

Architecture and Town Lab exam

Design&Graphic

pag. 24

GREEN UP! --

INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL IN PRATO

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a HOUSING FOR ARTISTS Atelier-houses in the ex-tobacco dryhouse in Sant’Agata Master’s Degree Graduation Thesis

This graduation thesis’ work is an individual job, made under the supervision of Arch. Francesco Collotti, Professor of “Composizione architettonica e urbana” at the School of Architecture of the University of Florence. The work deals with the theme of functional-architectural refurbishment of Italian dismissed industrial heritage and the attempt of cutting down this unfortunate trend of villages to lose their sense and to become dorms. The building in question is an ex-tobacco dry-house (2400sqm) of the 1930’s placed on a flat land at the feet of the Appennino Tosco-Emiliano. Sources’ and typological features’ studies led me to the architectural and technological refurbishment of the building, that together with a new reuse hypothesis made possible the rebirth hypothesis of a dismissed heritage and the revitalization of the social fabric of a neighbourhood.

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Via Pian della Donna (Cafaggio) lower public garden Strada Provinciale 37 parking lots

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housing for artists Atelier-houses in the ex-tobacco warehouse in Sant’Agata ROOF LEVEL +10,80

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International Course of Architectural Design Professor-Architect Francesco Collotti Student Giulia Benedetti

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a NEW CONTEMPORARY MUSEUM A chance for Florence to have a contemporary art centre Architecture and Structure Lab exam

The aim of the design, as the lab program needed, was a contemporary museum for Florence, to be placed in a historical area of the city, Via San Gallo, where an abandoned military hospital is. From its early stages the idea was to design a building that could work with the context. Due to several reasons such as the scale of the site (the street is narrow and there’s no chance for an expansive view) and the lack of monumentality needs for the city, the new museum was divided into 5 separate block, each one of the average size of the surrounding buildings. Street façades that characterize not only the project by also the renewed street view are concrete monoliths divided by full height lightwells.

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EDUCATION

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VIEW OF THE ENTRANCE LOBBY FROM BELOW

NEW GUGGENHEIM MUSEUM IN FLORENCE

LIGHTING DIFFUSION SCHEME

Our design goal from the early stages, and also a general goal of this laboratory, was to develop a museum in a way that would work together with its context. This is due to several reasons. The first is that the scale of the site does not permit the kind of monumentality that many museum proposals have striven for in the past. The narrow street, lack of expansive views, height restrictions, and footprint size led us towards a more respectful approach even before we considered our own feelings on how to address the museum problem. That is, the fact that calling this a Guggenheim museum is a big risk, because of the kinds of associations that come with that name, from Bilbao to Abu Dhabi to Helsinki. In the last 10 years this organization has come to associate itself with a kind of museum/spectacle colonization that is really unnecessary in Florence, which already has an identity that does not need reinvention, only improvement. So we hope that our proposal would be a way for this global brand to install itself in Florence without trying to dominate it. The city needs a good contemporary are museum, so this proposal is focused on bringing just that. The clearest step we took to do this was an early design choice, breaking the program into physically separate blocks to avoid a monolithic character from the street. Each separate volume is about the size of an average building in this area, smaller than the palazzi on Via Cavour but bigger than the case schiere of Via san Gallo. This would later create some issues with programming and circulation that we did not anticipate, but the final proposal has a resolution of those issues as well. The next step was to free up the gallery and public spaces by detaching all of the service areas like stairs, elevators, bathrooms, and small storage areas from the bulk of the program. We put everything along the street façade, a somewhat provocative act which resulted in blind walls along the entire frontage of the museum. This actually became a major strength of the proposal, as the slightly angled walls have a complex character in their relationship with the city. Each piece reflects light differently depending on the angle of the sun, and small areas are formed along the street, which are useful in Florence where one always feels a bit precarious on the narrow sidewalk. We also addressed the major problem of daylighting with a system of lightwells that run the full 4 story height, bringing sunlight into the lowest levels. The sides of the lightwells, as well as a portion of the façade are made of a light diffusing translucent glass, ensuring an even lighting inside, with no problems of glare. If the art pieces happen to call for direct light, we created outdoor spaces on two levels. Not only do these outdoor areas give space for sculptures, but they are the social focal points, together with the lobby and café to which they are directly connected. Our unusual entry sequence forces visitors to pass through these spaces to enter and leave the museum, ensuring a constant level of activity therein. Finally, we worked out some architectural details that help make the spaces more convincing. The whole building would be a study in concrete construction. We tried to make the best of this, for example using the columns in the gallery space as small walls to hang paintings, or the apertures based on a gradient pattern in the inner courtyard. We thought about pavement types, lighting, and things like furniture and acoustics, all of which are shown elsewhere on the boards.

VIEW OF THE ENTRANCE LOBBY FROM ABOVE

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International Course in Architectural Design iCAD - a.y. 2014/15 - Architecture and Structure Lab

Prof. Riccardo Renzi, Prof. Mario De Stefano, Prof. Giuseppe Ridolfi

Architectural Design I - Prof. Arch. Riccardo Renzi Collab. Dott.Arch. Livia Ballan, Dott. Margherita Falcioni, Chiara Giuseppini

New Guggenheim Museum in Florence

Students: Giulia Benedetti, Robert Kane, Sanaz Dehghani

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International Course in Architectural Design iCAD - a.y. 2014/15 - Architecture and Structure Lab

Prof. Riccardo Renzi, Prof. Mario De Stefano, Prof. Giuseppe Ridolfi

VIEW FROM -1 LEVEL: THE CAFETERIA

Architectural Design I - Prof. Arch. Riccardo Renzi Collab. Dott.Arch. Livia Ballan, Dott. Margherita Falcioni, Chiara Giuseppini VIEW FROM -1 LEVEL: THE LOWER COURT AND THE CAFETERIA

New Guggenheim Museum in Florence

Students: Giulia Benedetti, Robert Kane, Sanaz Dehghani

Ground Floor Plan

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VIEW FROM GROUND LEVEL: THE ENTRANCE COURT

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International Course in Architectural Design iCAD - a.y. 2014/15 - Architecture and Structure Lab

Prof. Riccardo Renzi, Prof. Mario De Stefano, Prof. Giuseppe Ridolfi

Architectural Design I - Prof. Arch. Riccardo Renzi Collab. Dott.Arch. Livia Ballan, Dott. Margherita Falcioni, Chiara Giuseppini

New Guggenheim Museum in Florence

Students: Giulia Benedetti, Robert Kane, Sanaz Dehghani

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a THE BELVEDERE BASTION

Proposal for a new entrance to the Medici Fortress of Arezzo Restoration Lab exam

The Belvedere Bastion of the Fortress is damaged and partly fallen down after the Napoleonic invasion of the city during the XIXth century. A new contemporary addition to historical building and settings was the key method for this refurbishment project. The need for the fortress was to have a new entrance (stairs and lift) and a new belvedere path on the bastion, all of them to be integrated with the existing project that the municipality already considered. Giving the uniqueness of the existing materials and their static weakness, the best solution was a design of a structurally independent path, simply using HEB profiles and a Vierendeel truss in Corten, and glass for vertical partitions.

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a GREEN UP!

Addition of green façade system for a middle school existing building in Prato Architecture and Environment Lab exam

Curzio Malaparte middle school in Prato dates back in the early 70ies and even if it can’t be considered an architectural heritage building it’s a good example of enhancement project, not only by an aesthetic but also by a energy consumption point of view. After a survey of its existing condition it has been made an analysis of its energy consumptions, with Ecotect Analysis, a very intuitive software tool. From the data obtained the architectural approach was decided, so that the building will have new double low-e windows, an external insulation layer and a wire screen mesh to avoid direct daylighting. Moreover an addition of balconies to host green vertical orchards is an added value for the new school concept.

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COMPONENTS TRANSPARENT METAL WIRED SCREEN

WOOD EXTERNAL PLANTERS 65x45x150cm

METAL STRUCTURE

WOOD PAVING

PVC INTERNAL PLANTERS 60x40x50cm 60x20x50cm 30x20x25cm

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PLAN

FLOOR PLAN TYPE 1_1:50

A

150

150

150

150

150

150

150

150

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240+60

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GREEN LAB.

GREEN LAB.

FACADE AND SECTION

EAST FACADE_1:100

SECTION A-A’_1:100

378

360

360

378

1

44

330

3

330

327

2

70

70

28

327

345

345

345

327

330

345

1577

1577

345

345

66

65

44

2

50

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5

4

3

125

235

255

+ 0,80

+ 0,00


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SUMMER SPRING

WINTER

AUTUMN


a INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL IN PRATO

An old hospital area into the city walls is becoming an educational hub for cross cultural dialogue Architecture and Town Lab exam

The old city hospital is leaving its space to a new cultural centre, an international school. Together with the academic programme this new educational centre will host housing for students, car parks, facilities as cafeterias, libraries, auditoriums, and an outdoor designed space. For an amount of 208.000 m². According to the design concept, housing and car parks are placed just outside the city walls, while the academic programme is inside. “Mixité” is the key feature for the layout arrangement of the functions into the area in order to keep the relationship with Prato city’s fabric. A city that considered valid the fact of mixing cultures into its growing process.

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a WINERY IN CARMIGNANO

A cultural and tasting tour among a vineyard plunged into the Tuscan hills Bachelor’s Degree Graduation Thesis

Thanks to the good position and climate of the area and thanks also to the agricultural value of this land, the project enhances and promotes the alternative potentiality of Carmignano, an Italian wine region about 16 kilometres north-west by Florence. This land was already known for its quality of wine during the Middle Ages and even more considered later, in earl 1700, by Cosimo the IIIrd of Medici, the Grand Duke of Tuscany. The aim of this design is to give back life to the economic-productive and tourist-attractive value of the land, building a winery that combines production (the Carmignano DOCG) and art and culture through a tasting tour.

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WAVY for Infinti Design

A coffee table and chair for Club Cafè contest by Infiniti Design Design Contest Participation 2014

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WAVY is a piece of furniture ideal for the equipment of such places like coffee bars. Designed and developed according to an idea of stylistic sobriety but at the same time modern, thanks to its simple and sinuous lines. Simple 545 520 and fascinating lines, inspired by the style of the Infiniti brand, are the strength of the product, which fits in many situations. Being able in fact to choose between the various combinations of materials and/or colour, is suitable Wavy è unWavy tavolo dalle linee leggere, che si sviluppa su una sotto in comfortable and informal en-quale è poggiato il piano di legno o polistruttura metallica sulla vironments or in classic and elecarbonato sempre a seconda del contesto in cui esso è posto. gantGli situations. Light grey metal elementi verticali sono esattamente alle estremità del tavolo, anddal wood or light grey metal and quale traggongo la forma arcuata, volta a rendere elegante e white polycarbonate are theL’altezza masinuoso l’elemento. del tavolo è di 740 mm, secondo le terials that can be combined. vigenti normative. Anche la dimensione totale del piano quadrato 165

http://www.infinitidesign.it/comunicazioni-news-1-3.html del tavolo è di 900 mm, sempre

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to anch’esso dalla forma sinuosa e leggermente reclinata, volta a dare maggior ergonomicità al prodotto. I materiali di questo elemento possono variare a seconda del contesto; legno e metallo danno un aspetto classico al prodotto, mentre pol545 520 icarbonato e metallo lo rendono più moderno. WAVY WAVY è un è un c l’allestimento l’allestiment d e sviluppato e sviluppato se mama al contemp al conte sinuose.Linee sinuose.Line s stile stile del del marchi mar 900 avy è un tavolo dalle linee leggere, che si sviluppa su una sotto il quale il quale si inser si in uttura metallica sulla quale è poggiato il piano di legno o polido do infatti infatti scegli sce rbonato sempre a seconda del contesto in cui esso è posto. teriali teriali e/oe/o color co elementi verticali sono esattamente alle estremità del tavolo, e informali, e informali, o in l quale traggongo la forma arcuata, volta a rendere elegante e uoso l’elemento. L’altezza del tavolo è di 740 mm, secondo le enti normative. Anche la dimensione totale del piano quadrato l tavolo è di 900 mm, sempre secondo normativa. Wavy Wavy è una è una se luppa luppa su su unaun curva curva quasi quas co origine origine ai due ai du b ticali ticali se se ne ne opp 490 490 gono gono la seduta la sed di poggiapiedi di poggiapieo La La seduta seduta e loe to anch’esso to anch’essd reclinata, reclinata, volta vo prodotto. prodotto. I mat Im variare variare a seco a se danno danno un un aspe as 545 545 520 520 icarbonato icarbonato e me

Wavy Wavy è un è un tavolo tavolo dalle dalle linee linee leggere, leggere, cheche si sviluppa si sviluppa su una su una sotts struttura struttura metallica metallica sulla sulla quale quale è poggiato è poggiato il piano il piano di legno di legno o pol o carbonato carbonato sempre sempre a seconda a seconda deldel contesto contesto in cui in cui esso esso è posto è p Gli Gli elementi elementi verticali verticali sono sono esattamente esattamente allealle estremità estremità deldel tavolo ta daldal quale quale traggongo traggongo la forma la forma arcuata, arcuata, volta volta a rendere a rendere elegante elegan sinuoso sinuoso l’elemento. l’elemento. L’altezza L’altezza deldel tavolo tavolo è diè 740 di 740 mm, mm, secondo secondl vigenti vigenti normative. normative. Anche Anche la dimensione la dimensione totale totale deldel piano piano quadrat quad deldel tavolo tavolo è diè900 di 900 mm, mm, sempre sempre secondo secondo normativa. normativa.

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