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curriculum vitae

GIULIA D’ANGELI +39 338 6544352 n/giulia-d-angeli-4826b246

education Master of Architecture 110/110 cum laude

March 2016

Architectural Design, Università degli Studi Roma Tre, Rome

Bachelor of Architecture 110/110 cum laude

October 2011

Science of Architecture, Università degli Studi Roma Tre, Rome

Classical Highschool Diploma 100/100

July 2007

Liceo Classico F. Vivona, Rome

professional experiences Intern Architect

May 2016/Nov 2016

Asset and Property, EUR S.p.A*, Rome (*Public Authority. Its purpose is to manage and enhance the architectural heritage of the EUR District in Rome, designed and partially realized for the Universal Expo of 1942 by some of the most important architects of the Italian Rationalist Movement)

Assistant in Administration Office

Sep 2014/Mar 2015

Department of Architecture, Università degli Studi Roma Tre, Rome

Erasmus Students Tutor

Sep 2014/Mar 2015

Department of Architecture, Università degli Studi Roma Tre, Rome

Events and Conventions Hostess


One Srl/Triumph Group/SDI Eventi, Rome

Volunteer for OHR | Open House Roma

May 2014

Open City Roma Association, Rome

international workshops Urban Reuse - In/Outside

March 2014

AACUPI/Iowa State University/Università degli Studi Roma Tre, Rome

Roma 3.0

October 2011

Waterloo University/Temple University/Università degli Studi Roma Tre, Rome

foreign educational experiences English Language Studies

July 2005

Owens Park Summer Language School, University of Manchester, Manchester

English Language Studies Liceo Classico F.Vivona, Northampton

July 2003

competitions and publications Participant Favourite of Archiprix International 2017 - Ahmedabad

October 2016

Università degli Studi Roma Tre, Department of Architecture: “The Archaeological Park of Vulci - New Museum and Visitor Center” by Giulia D’Angeli

Master Thesis published on Archiprix International web platform “The Archaeological Park of Vulci - New Museum and Visitor Center”

July 2016

Master Thesis published on the best thesis web-archive of the Department of Architecture - Roma Tre

April 2016

“Il Parco di Vulci. Progetto di un centro museale di ingresso al sito archeologico”

Essay about the archaeological site of Villa dei Quintili

January 2013

Giulia D’Angeli, “La villa dei Quintili. Dialogo tra nuovo e antico nell’architettura contemporanea”, In: Alfredo Passeri, Cantieri Romani 2011-2013, Ed. Aracne, Rome, 2013

Library in Via Ostiense - Expansion project of the Ex-Montemartini Museum

November 2011

Project developed in the academic year 2008-2009 (lab.2: architectural design) In: Lorenzo Dall’Olio, La ricerca nella didattica, Ed. Alinea, Florence, 2011

computer skills Autocad 2D Autocad 3D Rhinoceros SketchUp Illustrator Photoshop InDesign Cinema 4D iWork (OS X) Microsoft Office (Windows)

advanced intermediate advanced advanced advanced advanced intermediate intermediate advanced advanced

language skills Italian English

mother tongue upper-intermediate

other skills Precision and attention to details, with good ability to plan, organize and manage informations; good attitude to work in group and in multicultural and dynamic environments. Avalaible to travel and relocate. Good skills in handsketching, digital photography, photo editing, model making and piano playing.

interests Architectural Design, Restoration, Interior Design, Landscape Design, History of Architecture, Art, Archaeology, Photography, Literature, History, Classical Music.

INDEX 01 | the archaeological park of vulci an idea for the future new museum and visitor center 02 | the district of tor fiscale an urban renewal project 03 | hotel ostiense conference center hotel 04 | new subway station colosseo an urban space project 05 | housing in magliana a residential area project 06 | casale del cavaliere a restoration proposal 07 | drawings selection of hand sketches

THE ARCHAEOLOGICAL PARK OF VULCI an idea for the future Vulci was one of the most important cities of Southern Etruria. Raised on the top of a plateau along the river Fiora, it controlled a huge territory but it decayed after the Roman conquest and then was abandoned in the Early Middle Ages. Afterwards, near the Fiora bridge, an abbey was erected which was transformed into a castle in 12th century and now houses the Archaeological Museum of Vulci. Today the remains of the city and some necropolis are located inside the Archaeological Park of Vulci. The charm of the place comes from the coexistence between the ruins, the lush vegetation and the agricultural landscape, but the great size of the complex has caused many problems in controlling and enjoying the site. The study of territorial connections and favourite views, in addition to the research on the historical periods and on the several types of etruscan tombs, has allowed to create a master plan stating the interventions that are able to improve the enjoyment of the park. In particular: new itineraries for a better understanding of the site, the requalification of the Eastern Necropolis Area, two pedestrian connections on the Fiora and a new access, which is the subject of a more detailed study.

year | 2014_2015 course | master thesis tutors | prof. Luigi Franciosini, prof. Giovanni Formica publications |department of architecture web site archiprix international web site credits | participant favourite of archiprix 2017


etruscan cities


roman cities


harbours villages


etruscan streets

Farnese Ischia di Castro Castro


roman streets



Tuscania Pescia


Forum Aurelii

Regis Villa

Tumulus Tombs

Hypogeal Tombs


Ruins of the City near the Decumanus


Vulci and its territory


200 m

necropolis city sacred areas gates archaeological remains



400 m

tombs of Ponte Rotto (hypogeal)

Cuccumella tomb (tumulus)

Current park entrance / Ticketing

Archaeological Museum of Vulci (Abbadia Castle) New excavation area


Hydroelectric plant Current visit itineraries Not accessible itineraries


the archaeological park of Vulci | present

ENTRIES New Entrance of the Park A Abbadia Castle B New Museum - Visitor Center Vehicles access Carriageable paths for shuttles Pedestrian path



The Vulci Walls Path The ancient Gates Favourite views


The City Paths The Western Necropolis Paths The Eastern Necropolis Paths The Water Paths

CONNECTIONS The New Pedestrian Bridges

1 Bridge to the Eastern Necropolis 2 Bridge of “Fontanile di Legnisina”








C Conversion of the current ticket office building into a

storage for archaeological material and restoration lab

D Restoration of “Ponte Rotto Tombs”(hypogeal tombs) and E F G H

requalification of the access area Requalification of the “Cuccumella Tomb” (tumulus) area Restoration of the “Rotonda Tomb” (tumulus) Restoration of the “Cuccumelletta Tomb” (tumulus) Restoration of the ruins of “Castellaccio di Vulci”




400 m

THE ARCHAEOLOGICAL PARK OF VULCI new museum and visitor center The main problem of the park is the access: the current ticket office is located too close the new excavation area of the Western Necropolis while the Abbadia Castle, headquarter of the Archaeological Museum of Vulci, is completely disconnected from the rest of the park. For this reason, in the second part of the thesis, I choose to elaborate a proposal for the new access of the Archaeological Park of Vulci. The final project is a new museum and visitor center, which stands on the other side of the Abbadia Castle as a continuation of the Fiora Bridge. The building, which houses the new ticket office of the park, has also the function of containing the Vulci collection, now largely located, because of the small size of the castle, in the warehouses or in other etruscan museums. From an architectural point of view, the symmetric and hypogeal building proposes the principles of the roman domus through the study of an innovative tectonic system based on a precast concrete structure.

year | 2014_2015 course | master thesis tutors | prof. Luigi Franciosini, prof. Giovanni Formica publications |department of architecture web site archiprix international 2017 web site credits | participant favourite of archiprix 2017

site plan|section





01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

Entrance Ticket Office Bookshop Showcase Gallery Exhibition Hall Workshop Cafè/Restaurant Kitchen Kitchen Storage WC (Restaurant) Office Wardrobe WC Storage Entrance (Conference) Conference Hall Technical Room Warehouse

* The first floor of the building is only for warehuses and technical systems

ground floor plan*|section






detailed section


1 2 3 4

load bearing concrete walls cast-in-place concrete pillars precast concrete beams concrete roof slabs

details of the structure

THE DISTRICT OF TOR FISCALE an urban renewal project Tor Fiscale, whose name derives from the nearby medieval tower, is a district in the south-east area of Rome, characterized by an unauthorized housing development during the 60’s and 70’s, which has continued to increase in the following decades without any kind of urban planning. The territory is marked out by the existence of the Roman Aqueduct and of the Via Latina, an ancient roman way; it’s also surrounded by a great complex of historical parks: the Via Latina Tombs Park, the Tor Fiscale Park, the Caffarella Park. Through the analysis of the development of this part of the city, from its geomorphological characteristics to it’s historical evolution, it has been possible to find a way to reconnect Tor Fiscale with the bordering neighborhoods and to redefine the relation with its historical and landscape features. The Via Latina, which crosses the whole district but now is no longer visible, becomes the main pedestrian axis around which to rethink the future development of this urban area, providing new services and new residential areas, in order to mend the existing conditions.

year | 2012_2013 course | lab. 4M_architectural and urban design tutor | prof. Luigi Franciosini team | Francesca Cuppone, Sabrina Zhu

Thomas Cole, Campagna di Roma, 1832

1932 | aerial photo

wheat fields vegetable fields orchards quarries

1960-1970 | unauthorized development

residential areas

productive areas

mixed-use areas

demolition areas

| Via Latina

| current state

| empty - full spaces

| built-up areas

| Via Latina | connections and services

schemes of urban development

| to be built areas




4 1|via latina tombs museum 2|visitor center of tor fiscale park 3|quarry garden and cultural center 4|agricultural market and primary school

masterplan | services



the quarry garden

masterplan | residential areas

residential area A | site plan

building n.2 | floor plan | east front

HOTEL OSTIENSE conference center hotel The project is located in Rome, between the subway station “Garbatella” and Via Ostiense, in an area that today is an urban void that does communicate neither with the historic district of Garbatella, because of the the subway trucks, nor with the nearby district of Ostiense, because it’s completely isolated from the main way. The project includes a 4-star-superior hotel (273 standard/deluxe rooms, 21 junior suites, 21 master suites, a bistrò, a panoramic restaurant on the upper floor, a wellness center and a gym) and an annexed conference center. The aims of the project is to reconnect this area with the city giving it a service role, with a welcome center that is able to link the nearby EUR (the business district of Rome) and the old town center.

year | 2012_2013 course | lab. 3M_architectural design tutor | prof. Giovanni Longobardi team | Francesca Romana Barzanti, Stefano Fava



the hotel | ground floor plan and section

model rooms floor | master suite and standard room

building section and details

NEW SUBWAY STATION COLOSSEO an urban space project Based on the Roma Tre - Department of Architecture master plan, which aims to reorganize the Central Archaeological Area of Rome, the project concerns the rethinking of the subway station “Colosseo� (A - C Lines), including the new accesses from Largo Agnesi, Via dei Fori Imperiali and Piazza del Colosseo, the new station atrium with services and the rationalization of pedestrian and carriageable flows near the Colosseum. The main element at the root of the project was the analysis of the urban environment. Given the cultural and historical importance of the place, with the stately presence of the Colosseum and of the other near monuments, the starting point for the concept was the visual, formal and spatial suggestions complex of the area. This set of suggestions has led to create the final project of different underground connecting paths, using light-shadow effects and visual glimpses as instruments to set up a continuous relation between ancient and new.

year | 2011_2012 course | lab. 1M_architectural design international workshop Roma 3.0 tutor | prof. Paolo Desideri team | leader: arch. Daniele Durante (bv36 studio) Federico Albuquerque, Cristina Annunziata, Ashley Bonawitz, Elaine Chan, Esther Chan, Joao Pedro de Carvalho Belo, Jacob Lemhan, Sofia Lens Bell, Tullia Monachesi, Luca Ossino, Nick Savage, Mariana Valente Mendes, Sophia Wu, Ying Xu

Entrance from Largo Agnesi

System of Connections

Via dei Fori Imperiali

Subway Station “Colosseo�

Underpass to Piazza del Colosseo

Ticket Office and Services

the concept

the new subway station and its accesses from Largo Agnesi and Via dei Fori Imperiali | sections

the underpass to Piazza del Colosseo | section

the access from Piazza del Colosseo | view and section

HOUSING IN MAGLIANA a residential area project The social housing project has been developed from the physical and formal conditions of the area, located in Via della Magliana Nuova (Rome). This has allowed to define the new residential area in its organization and complexity. The project has been structured to create a high mix of users: individuals, young couples, families, students. The variety of residential types is combined with a well-structured arrangement of outside spaces, with the intention of creating social life opportunities between buildings. As regards the design of the residences, each single entry is shaded or by using lateral doorways or by using glass panels, whose color is chosen by users in order to allow a sense of identification with the living space. Each apartment has an outdoor area attached: loggia, balcony, terrace or courtyard, depending on the different types of buildings. The apartments also have the possibility of transforming the living space, in order to facilitate the change of family units needs.

year | 2009_2010 course | lab. 3_architectural and urban design tutor | prof. Andrea Vidotto team | Giorgia Fontana

the project | plans and section

multi-storey buildings with access from balcony | fronts

A simplex 34 mq


simplex 65 mq duplex 65 mq

B simplex 48 mq


duplex 97 mq


C simplex 54 mq duplex 93 mq


D students 74 mq





34 mq

54 mq

93 mq

74 mq

CASALE DEL CAVALIERE a restoration proposal Casale del Cavaliere is a historic building located within an extended farm in the east countryside of Rome, built in the Middle Ages and transformed in the following centuries. The restoration of part of the building has been developed from the analysis and the architectural survey of its current conditions, to understand the constructive evolution of the farmhouse, also taking into consideration its historical and environmental context. The restoration proposal has also included the design project of some important spaces of the building to redefine its quality and to better understand its architectural identity.

year | 2009_2010 course | architectural restoration tutor | prof. Michele Zampilli team | Andrea Carpentieri

demolitions and reconstructions | west front and plans

restoration project | axonometries and roof details

Drawings selection of hand sketches

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