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GIULIA PADOVANI ARCHTECTURE & URBANISM


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Photograph from SESC Pompeia. Projected by the architect Lina Bo Bardi. Pompeia, São Paulo, BR. 2017. Source: own authorship.


TABLE OF CONTENTS


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C U R R I C U L U M V I TA E PO RTFO L I O I NTERNSHI P WO RK

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1. LEAP MEXICO / IMPLAN MAZATLÁN - URBAN ANALISIS ARTI STI C WO RK

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2. PHOTO COLLAGES 3. PHOTOGRAPHY ACAD EMI C WO RK S

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4. SCIENTIFIC INICIATION - PAULISTA AVENUE IN THE CULTURAL CONTEXT OF THE CITY OF SÃO PAULO 5. WORM MAGAZINE 6. TECHNICAL SCHOOL OF CIVIL CONSTRUCTION 7. METAL STRUCTURE: ART SCHOOL 8. BLOCK CORE


CURRICULUM VITAE


I have always tried to go after it, delve into information and analyze the details contained therein. Thus, I developed skills in writing and research, seeking new knowledge. In architecture, I value the challenge of designing with quality, seeking bases and references that help in the creative and executive process, concretizing ideas in practice. For me, as a professional, team discussion and sharing experiences to solve problems and challenges is essential. FULL NAME: GENDER: DATE OF BIRTH: PLACE OF BIRTH: NATIONALITY: E-MAIL:

Giulia Fioravanti Padovani female 08-05-1997 Pirassununga, SP, Brazil brazilian giuliafpad@gmail.com

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CURRICULUM VITAE

ACADEMIC BACKGROUND 2003 - 2012 Basic Education in Brazil. 2012-2014 Basic Education in Venezuela 2016 - 2020. Faculty of Architecture and Urbanism of the Pontifícia Universidade Católica de Campinas. LANGUAGES

Portuguese: comprehends well, speaks well, reads well, writes well. Spanish: comprehends well, speaks well, reads well, writes well. English: comprehends reasonably, speaks reasonably, reads reasonably, writes reasonably.

SKILLS AutoCad SketchUp Adobe Illustrator Adobe Photoshop Adobe InDesign Adobe Premiere Pro Lumion 8.0

EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES International experience in Venezuela, from 2012 to 2014: Experience in the Spanish language, living and studying the discipline of Castellano at Colegio Idea, in Naguanagua. Foundfootage: Film Production. (Workload: 34h). 2019. Pontifícia Universidade Católica de Campinas, PUC Campinas, Brazil. Developed skills in Adobe Premiere Pro audiovisual production software. Private Spanish Course level B1. (Workload: 30h). 2019. Universidad de Guadalajara, UDG, México. Architectural Language. (Workload: 1 year). 2015. Pandora School of Art, in Campinas. Internship: LEAP, Guadalajara, Mexico. (Workload: 25h). 2019. Worked in the area of urbanism, and specifically assisted in the


elaboration of the urban analysis of the Juárez polygon, performing tasks such as board layout, data search and map making. EXPERIENCE Research in scientific initiation. 2018-2019. In the area of ​​architecture and urbanism, under the guidance of Profa. Dr. Jane Victal Ferreira. The title of the research project is “Paulista Avenue in the cultural context of the city of São Paulo: public and institutional spaces devoted to art”. Monitor in the 6th period of the course. 2018. Subject: History of the 18th and 19th Century. Work presentation: Poster presentation in XXIII Scientific Initiation Meeting 2018 Oral presentation in XXIV Scientific Initiation Meeting 2019 Poster presentation in XXIV Scientific Initiation Meeting 2019 Oral presentation in International Symposium on Scientific Initiation at the University of São Paulo (SIICUSP). 2019 Poster presentation in International Symposium on Scientific Initiation at the University of São Paulo (SIICUSP). 2019 Abstracts published in conference proceedings: VICTAL, J.; PADOVANI, G. F.. Paulista Avenue in the cultural context of the city of São Paulo. In: XXIII Scientific Initiation Meeting, 2018, Campinas. XXIII Scientific Initiation Meeting. Campinas: Puc Campinas, 2018. v. 1. p. 1-1. VICTAL, J.; PADOVANI, G. F.. Paulista Avenue in the cultural context of the city of São Paulo. In: XXIV Scientific Initiation Meeting, 2019, Campinas. XXIV Scientific Initiation Meeting. Campinas: Puc Campinas, 2019. v. 1. p. 1-6. Available in: <https://wl.sis.puc-campinas. edu.br/websist/Rep/Sic08/Resumo/201986_213827_161985996_ resado.pdf>. Access: 11-26-2019. 9


SELECTED WORKS 2018-2019


Photo collage from the Bahá’í House of Worship of South America. Foothills of the Andes, Santiago, Chile. 2019. Source: own authorship.

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INTERNSHIP: LEAP. GUADALAJARA, MEXICO. 2019.

IMPLAN MAZATLÁN: URBAN ANALISIS OF BENITO JUAREZ POLYGON


Region of the first approximation to the study. Benito Juarez polygon, Mazatlan, Sinaloa, MX.

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INTERNSHIP: LEAP. GUADALAJARA, MEXICO. 2019.

IMPLAN MAZATLÁN: URBAN ANALISIS OF BENITO JUAREZ POLYGON

A B OU T T HE IN T ERN SHIP

Held a volunteer internship at LEAP - Laboratorio en Arquitectura Progresiva, in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico. It was present during the period from July 3, 2019 to July 31, 2019, fulfilling weekly workload of 25 hours. Worked in the area of urbanism, and specifically assisted in the elaboration of the urban analysis of the Juárez polygon, performing tasks such as board layout, data search and mapping for the development of urban reading, problem synthesis and identificationand of potentials of the Benito Juárez polygon in Mazatlán, Sinaloa, Mexico. The work as a whole has several branches of analysis, such as urban mobility, physical environment, port, rail and historical relations, among others. E C ON OMIC AC T IV IT Y O F T HE JUAREZ P OLYGON

This was one of the maps, made using Adobe Illustrator software, and spatializes by intensity the economic activity of the Juarez polygon. In this part of the project, it was searched in the INEGI data platform, in the National Statistical Directory of Economic Units (DENUE) the economic activities present in the Juarez polygon, in percentage, and then a chart of sectors was elaborated. Thus, it is concluded that “Although the city has a strong dependence on the tourism sector, the polygon is not immersed in this dynamic. The regional economy is mainly composed of small businesses, various non-governmental services, of the food and temporary housing sector and of manufacturing industries. The high productivity of Mazatlan’s manufacturing industry is distributed throughout the city, also staying in this region. Other important economic sectors to mention are those oriented to health and education that base the dynamics of the neighborhood and occupy a medium space in the local economy.”


Economic activity of the Juarez polygon, from higher to lower. 15


INTERNSHIP: LEAP. GUADALAJARA, MEXICO. 2019.

IMPLAN MAZATLÁN: URBAN ANALISIS OF BENITO JUAREZ POLYGON

T H E P OLYGO N AN D IT S C O N N EC T IO N WITH THE CITY

The road infrastructures are responsible for connecting the different regions of the city. Also, the polygon is related to the urban context of Mazatlan, mainly, through the roads indicated on the map: Av. Insurgentes, Calle Rio Grijalva, Av. Arnaldo Rigodanza, Av. Rio Piaxtla, Av. Gabriel Leyva and Calle José María Pino Suárez. Other possibilities for connection and mobility are through the canals that ramify and are present throughout the city. AC C E S S IB ILIT Y TO T HE PO LYGO N.

As can be seen in the map, it is possible to access the polygon’s southwestern sector through 4 direct routes, three of which are classified as primary roads. Juan Pablo II Avenue partially surrounds the polygon through this same sector, forming an important corridor on the periphery of the polygon and having the canal as a possible link between the two sections. The three main avenues become more important as they are direct links with interstate highways. On the other hand, it is important to consider the distribution of green areas along this corridor. In this way, it is possible to understand the structure of free area systems in the city and create new proposals that meet urban needs.


The polygon and its connection with the city. 17


ARTISTIC WORKS. 2019.

PHOTO COLLAGES


Photograph from the Brasiliana Library. Universidade de SĂŁo Paulo, SĂŁo Paulo, BR. 2019. Source: own authorship.

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ARTISTIC WORKS. 2019.

PHOTO COLLAGES

Photo collage from SESC Pompeia. Project by architect Lina Bo Bardi. Pompeia, São Paulo, BR. 2017. Source: own authorship.


BE TWE E N T H E C ONC R E T E AN D TH E H U M A N S C A L E .

Collage is a composition made by overlapping and rereading a photo, highlighting points in the photograph that reveal a subject or an image from your point of view. The photos used are from SESC Pompeia, the work of the great Italian architect Lina Bo Bardi. The project is part of the modern brutalist movement, and is therefore imposing and large, with bold design, of angles, modules and well-illustrated geometric shapes. Still, the architectâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s sensitivity in every trace of this project marks the story behind the work. The concept of preservation was present from the physical structure of the pre-existing factory, to the life, use and events of the place. Besides all the respect for what already existed in the place and its grand form in reinforced and fair-faced concrete, the project program is a great attraction for the population with its extensive cultural program, with shows, events and exhibitions of great resonance in the life of the city. The intention of the rereading of these photos was to highlight the points related to the form, the use of concrete and the brutality of the work that does not lose sight of the human scale.

Photo collage from SESC Pompeia. Project by architect Lina Bo Bardi. Pompeia, SĂŁo Paulo, BR. 2017. Source: own authorship. 21


ARTISTIC WORKS. 2017-2019.

PHOTOGRAPHY


National Museum of Anthropology. Mexico City, MX. 2017.

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ARTISTIC WORKS. 2017-2019.

PHOTOGRAPHY

Guanajuato, GUA, Mexico. 2018


Guanajuato, GUA, Mexico. 2018

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ARTISTIC WORKS. 2017-2019.

PHOTOGRAPHY

Brasiliana Library. Universidade de São Paulo, São Paulo, BR. 2019.


IMS Paulista, Paulista Avenue, São Paulo, BR. 2018.

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ARTISTIC WORKS. 2017-2019.

PHOTOGRAPHY

View from the Pyramid of the Moon. Teotihuacan, Mexico City, MX. 2017.


Bahá’í House of Worship of South America. Foothills of the Andes, Santiago, Chile. 2019.

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ACADEMIC WORKS: SCIENTIFIC INCIATION. August 2018 - July 2019.

PAULISTA AVENUE IN THE CULTURAL CONTEXT OF THE CITY OF SÃ&#x192;O PAULO


Photographic register of Paulista Avenue taken by protesters during the act against the education cuts on May 15, 2019. Source: MĂ­dia Ninja. Available at: <https://twitter.com/midianinja/status/1128734928257134592>. Accessed on Jul 28, 2019.

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PAULISTA AVENUE IN THE CULTURAL CONTEXT OF THE CITY OF SÃO PAULO A B ST R AC T

Paulista Avenue is considered an icon of the city of São Paulo. Since its inauguration, this space of the city has presented singularities that make it stand out as a pole of cultural, social and economic attraction, becoming the stage of the most diverse political and artistic manifestations, sheltering large flow of people. Given its importance and wide scope that generate constant flows, diversity and concentration of uses, its urban qualities are investigated in the sense of collective values, involvement with opposites and cultural exchanges, factors associated with urbanity. Specifically, the objective of this research is to survey and study the institutional spaces dedicated to the visual arts, the network of art galleries that formed around them, the avenue as a destination and its closing on sundays for cars in favor of pedestrians, analyzing if they actively contribute to the collective life in the city besides providing visibility for the city of São Paulo in the country and in the world. The methodology used was based on bibliographic research; reading and filing of relevant titles; investigation of journalistic and institutional material; survey of cultural institutions; urban morphology studies and evaluation of the internationalization of artistic production. As a result, it is noted that Paulista Avenue is a destination for various political, social and artistic events, as well as it has a strong influence on the city’s visual arts circuit. Finally, it is concluded that diversity contributes to the formation of urban qualities that in turn characterize the place. On Paulista Avenue, the presence of MASP (São Paulo Art Museum) and other institutions devoted to the visual arts, along with other uses related to the financial sector, contributed to the formation of its character. This character, however, goes beyond these uses to incorporate various types of political, leisure and cultural manifestations. ke y wo rd s : visual arts; urban culture; Paulista Avenue. k n o l e d g e area: Applied Social Sciences - Architecture and Urbanism. p ro fe s s o r ad visor: Prof. Jane Victal., Ph.D. re s e a rc h g roup: Urban Studies, Culture and Architecture l i n e o f re se arch: Theory, History and Criticism of Architecture and Urbanism.


Multidisciplinary potential of Paulista Avenue. Source: own authorship.

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ACADEMIC WORKS: THEORY OF ARCHITECTURE. 2018.

WORM MAGAZINE


Magazine cover by Ingrid Sanches. 2018. 35


ACADEMIC WORKS: THEORY OF ARCHITECTURE. 2018.

WORM MAGAZINE

The WORM Magazine is the product of a work done by the group for the discipline of Architecture Theory. The text is the result of the discussion about “What is a good architecture?”, which after dialogues and reflections we came to the theme “Minhocão: Visual Culture and Public Space Occupation in São Paulo”. The article deals with the historical, morphological and identity understanding in the formation of the urban landscape of the João Goulart Viaduct, as well as its current context, taking into account its appropriation by the population as a public space and by street artists as blank canvases. Thus, we identified the attempt to retake the urban use of this space, as well as the process of resignification of this urban barrier. In addition, socio-spatial segregation materializes in Minhocão when the upper part has a completely different character and use from the lower part. It is the negation of the resolution of urban problems, and is stamped in the urban works of art present along the viaduct. Based on the parameters exposed by Mauro Calliari in the book “Espaço Público e Urbanidade em São Paulo”, the viaduct was read in the sense of the quality of this public space. In its publication Calliari exposes some variables that contribute to the qualification of a good public space, witch are meaning, readability, diversity and human scale. Using this methodological basis, we conducted the analysis of the viaduct as a public space. Along with all the problems surrounding Minhocão, we present the debate about its permanence, demolition or transformation into a park. This way, it is possible to know the opinion of several professionals with different points of view and positions regarding what to do with the viaduct. To conclude, we made a criticism based on the results obtained by the analysis, where we expressed our opinion about the most appropriate solution to be applied in this space. g ro u p : Giulia Fioravanti Padovani, Isabela Fernandes Peres and Ingrid Sanches.


“Theater invading the Minhocão: Spreads Through the Window”. Source: Cultura Leste. Available at: <http://culturaleste.com/teatro-invade-o-minhocao-esparrama-pela-janela/>. Accessed on Decembre 4, 2018.

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ACADEMIC WORKS: PROJECT E. 2018.

TECHNICAL SCHOOL OF CIVIL CONSTRUCTION


Entrance view from the street.

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ACADEMIC WORKS: PROJECT. 2018.

TECHNICAL SCHOOL OF CIVIL CONSTRUCTION

The project consists of the integration of the linear park and the population of the neighborhood to the Technical School and the Community Center, in a way that provides attractions for the population to enjoy the public space and to, somehow, enjoy the project area, connecting the daily school life to the neighborhood, attracting students and integrating residents. In this way, the project aims at the preservation and maintenance of diversity, creating spaces that have meaning for the population. In order to make it possible, in terms of urban planning, we made the link of the proposed bicycle route to the Estrada dos Amarais, connecting the neighborhood with the rest of the city, enabling another alternative of mobility and attracting a flow of people in the studied are. In order not to create physical barriers, such as walls and grills, we chose to differentiate collective areas from public areas by means of slight unevenness on the ground, and create architectural elements that guide the flow of people. These elements are not aggressive and also serve as benches and bleachers. In order to qualify, provide different sensations and attract people, we design several spaces of permanence within the project of the School, the Community Center and along the paths created. The Community Center integrates with the access created from the sidewalk to the linear park and, internally, the Schoolâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s design has a concentrated and streamlined circulation that is centralized in the vertical circulation and radiates horizontally through a catwalk to the different buildings of the second floor. Each of the buildings groups functions that are complementary or similar, compartmentalizing uses, limiting overcrowding in restricted areas (such as the administrative part), guiding the flow to more attractive places (such as the library), allowing to be made loads and discharges to their destinations in a more rational way and connecting educational spaces directly with the construction sites. g ro u p : Giulia F. Padovani, Isabela F. Peres and Ingrid Sanches.


View from the bycicle path.

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TECHNICAL SCHOOL OF CIVIL CONSTRUCTION


administration and cafeteria

auditorium and library

courtyard

deposits and support

laboratories and studios

construction site

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TECHNICAL SCHOOL OF CIVIL CONSTRUCTION

Section DD: construction site and courtyard.


View from the sidewalk.

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TECHNICAL SCHOOL OF CIVIL CONSTRUCTION

Section AA

Section CC


View from the service side.

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ACADEMIC WORKS: MATERIALS AND CONSTRUCTION TECHNIQUES B. 2018.

METAL STRUCTURE: ART SCHOOL


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ACADEMIC WORKS: MATERIALS AND CONSTRUCTION TECHNIQUES B. 2018.

METAL STRUCTURE: ART SCHOOL

In this project we seek to explore the metal structure techniques to the maximum, creating an art school. The pillars have a unique geometry and when combined with the beams create a shape that functions as an arch in the structure, making it efficient and functional. The castellated beam was chosen, which despite having a greater height, uses less material, because it has spans in its length. In addition, this beam was chosen because we could explore another technique of the same material and create a more interesting aesthetic in the building. The roof was drawn in two waters, falling to the same gutter, which rests on I-beams, functioning like the roof terranes. In the upper openings, shutters were designed for air circulation in the school, which also has fixed glass fences, allowing light to come in all directions throughout the day. The teachers room and bathrooms are the only rooms that have wall fence and upper oppenings. From an unevenness in the building sit, an access walkway was created, linked to a ramp that descends one meter (3.28 feat) inside the building, both supported by pillars with the same geometry of those that support the whole structure. g ro u p : Giulia F. Padovani, Isabela F. Peres and Ingrid Sanches.


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METAL STRUCTURE: ART SCHOOL


Internal perspective of the project.

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ACADEMIC WORKS: MATERIALS AND CONSTRUCTION TECHNIQUES B. 2018.

METAL STRUCTURE: ART SCHOOL


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ACADEMIC WORKS: MATERIALS AND CONSTRUCTION TECHNIQUES B. 2018.

METAL STRUCTURE: ART SCHOOL

Beam to beam connection detail.


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ACADEMIC WORKS: PROJECT H. 2019.

BLOCK CORE


Perspective view of building site.

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ACADEMIC WORKS: PROJECT H. 2019.

BLOCK CORE

The project consists of a proposal to occupy the block core, often underutilized in the cities, proposing uses that fit the regional urban context. An urban reading was chosen and the square located between the Metropolitan Cathedral and the Museum of Image and Sound (MIS) in the city center of Campinas, SĂŁo Paulo, Brazil was chosen, considering that it is a cultural force that could be enhanced and connected with a proposal of collective use and aggregation of people. That is why we have designed a gastronomic center (including the market, restaurants and gastronomy school) for the area, which has a strong commercial, service and institutional use, linked to two residential buildings, which give strength to the proposal in order to increase and diversify use in this chosen region. The individually designed residential building is part of the set of two residential towers that share vertical circulation and collective areas. It also shares the level of the street with the group of restaurants of the project thought by the group. The design of the building was thought so that the balconies of the northwest elevation moved according to the sequence of a central typology that alternates randomly. In order to illuminate and ventilate the northeastern elevation corridor, leaked elements and balconies were used that turns to Regente FeijĂł Street. At the same time, in order to preserve the privacy of the residents, low walls were erected in front of the apartmentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s entrance doors. Materials available in the region were used in the project, such as brick, wood and concrete, thus creating a language that is repeated in all buildings designed on the block. g ro u p : Giulia F. Padovani, Guilherme F. Dantas, Isabela F. Peres and Ingrid Sanches.


Gastronomic center and residential building.

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BLOCK CORE

Type 1 plan

Type 2 plan


Facade study marked by rhythm and openings.

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BLOCK CORE


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