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I am a young architect graduated from the University of Florence with the maximum recognition, during my studies I had the opportunity to gain experience both in the workplace, through collaborations with architecture firms, and education, through international experience with American and European students. I have many requirements regarding the conceptual phases, project organization and visual architecture. Later I collected some works that can exhaustively explain my experience.
03 Rocca Tedalda Housing The project is located in the Florentine suburbs where the Rocca Tedalda district will be used as residences.
01 Mosul Postwar Camp Redevelopment intervention in the city of Mosul after the destruction by the ISI.
04 Santâ€™Orsola Culinary Center The intervention aims to repopulate the abandoned district of Santâ€™Orsola in Florence.
02 Medici Chapels The goal of the project is to build the new exit of the Medici Chapels museum in Florence.
05 Scandicci, Urban Utopia The urban utopia is the main theme in the redevelopment of the peripheral area of Scandicci.
Santa Maria Novella Complex
The complex of Santa Mara Novella was detected with laser scanners and photogrammetry for a restoration.
The green skyscraper becomes the symbol of the city of Piombino, famous for its past as an industrial port.
San Donnino, Agricultural Center The project refers to the new campus of the University of Agriculture in Florence, with connection to the tramway.
07 Expo Saudi Arabian Pavilion For the new Saudi Arab pavilion at the Milan Expo, parametric shapes were studied relating to Arab culture.
11 Florence Art Center The new art district is a space where artisans and students can join together to create new projects.
08 Florence, Architectonic Virus The â€œarchitectural virusâ€? is a provocation addressed to the city of Florence in terms of architectural innovation.
Mosul Postwar Camp The intervention is based on the construction inside the historical city of Mosul, wounded by the conflict against the ISIS, of a postwar camp that guarantees the management of the emergency situation. Subsequently, it is expected that the project will be transformed into the new main mosque of the city, replacing the Great Mosque of al-Nuri, which will be destroyed after the surrender of ISIS.
Abstract illustration of the metaphysical component
Identification of the project area
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External view of the prayer hall
View inside the first floor terrace
Inside view of the prayer hall
View of the minrab and the minbar
Birdâ€™s eye view of the postwar camp
Birdâ€™s eye view of the mosque
Medici Chapels The intervention is located in a portion of land bordering the Medici Chapels, located in the city of Florence near Piazza San Lorenzo. The project takes its inspiration from Michelangelo’s sculptural works, starting from the concept of “unfinished” he exploited for his works. The architectural symbol is identified in a wall in Krion that connects the basement built in rough concrete with the outside area in bronze.
Representation of Michelangeloâ€™s Centauromachia
Birdâ€™s eye view of the new exit of the Meicee chapels
Night view of the museum exit
Inside view of the bookshop
Rocca Tedalda Housing The project was born in a suburban residential area of the city of Florence with prevalence of houses of the â€˜70s -â€™ 80s. The intervention is based on the demolition and restructuring of some volumes that will be destined to innovative residences. The redevelopment project has set itself the goal of making the whole district more frequented and safe so as to bring visitors closer to this new urban space.
Axonometric study of the walkway type
Identification of buildings to be demolished
Reconstruction of the â€œfrontâ€? street
Design of new volumes with related accesses
New public areas and vegetation
New roads and parking design
â€œGraftsâ€? volumes bordering the new park
View of the residences on the side of the main road
View from the park on the back side of the buildings
View of the new volumes designed in the central side of the square
View of the childrenâ€™s playground built between the buildings
View of the relaxation area between the buildings
View from the roof on the â€œholeâ€? where the residences overlook
View from the inside of the bay where the residences are facing
Santâ€™Orsola Culinary Center The project area covers an entire uninhabited block in the historic center of Florence, once a monastery with a church inside. Given the great expansion of culinary disciplines in the city, this space will be used for cooking school and culinary arts. The architectural process will be managed respecting the historically linked buildings and will be provided with a roof that will cover the main courtyards.
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Design concept related to the relationship between cuisine and chemistry
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Creating a spatial interaction between the courts
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Connect the entire project with a hexagonal roof
Relatore: Ulisse Tramonti
Correlatore: Paolo Di Nardo
View from inside the first court
View from inside the exhibition hall
Scandicci, Urban Utopia The project is located in the area of Scandicci, Tuscany, in a peripheral area rich in agricultural crops left uncultivated. It aims to rebuild an inner piece of city with new urban rules that differ from existing ones. The approach follows a regular grid that determines the shape of the blocks, in the central part the existing space of the barracks was used for a square overlooked by commercial activities.
Concept based on the redundancy of an element
Volumes created by the grid
Introduction of road links
New cycle and vehicular traffic
Introduction of the “towers of light”
Courts of existing buildings
Birdâ€™s eye view of the whole project
Courts of new buildings
Santa Maria Novella Complex The complex of Santa Maria Novella is one of the most famous districts in the world, the Florentine administration wants to elevate its prestige by opening the central courtyard inside, so that tourists can admire the cycle of restored frescoes. In the restoration project the analysis of the current degradation situation of the internal buildings was made, and a proposal was made for a temporary overnight installation.
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Analysis of the deterioration of internal elevations
Reconstruction of an ancient vase through photogrammetry. Photographic composition phase
Reconstruction of an ancient vase through photogrammetry. Texture generation
Reconstruction of an ancient vase through photogrammetry. Return of the 3D model
Planimatry of lighting devices
View from the terrace to the internal courtyard
View from inside the court
Expo Saudi Arabian Pavilion The aim of the project was to build a pavilion that belonged to Saudi Arabia for the 2015 Expo in Milan, along the route built in the Rho district. The architectural forms were obtained from a parametric generation process using the Autodesk Maya software, starting from perfectly symmetrical circles that are used as fields for crops in the Arab deserts.
Aerial view of the circle crops
Design of parametric generation using Ncloth
Choice of the best formal composition
Side view of the pavilion
View of the perforated coating
View from the main hall of the pavilion
View of the conference room
View of the restaurant hall
View of suspended tree exposures
Florence, Architectonic Virus The intervention is located in the historic center of the city of Florence, and is part of a workshop called “Architectonic Virus” organized by the architect Milani. The goal is to revive the square of Rebubblica covering it with a roof. The proposal was addressed using the existing forms of the Turin arches that overlook the square, so as to create a “cloth” supported by pillars in corten.
Extrusion and subtraction concept
Birdâ€™s eye view of the square
Industrial Redevelopment The object of the design refers to the reconstruction of the old industrial port of the city of Piombino. The goal is to, inspired by the chimneys in the area, build a skyscraper that can accommodate apartments of various sizes. The concept used for the project is based on the contrast between nature and industry that is obtained through the creation of a building covered with vegetation.
Photo of Piombino when the chimneys were in operation
Masterplan of the lot
View of the skyscraper from the covered path that connects it to the commercial
Night view of outdoor lighting
San Donnino, Agricultural Center The project is located in the city of San Donnino, a few steps from Florence. It is an urban regeneration that aims to connect the new tramway line with a university scientific center, which is the most important element of the project. Architecture is placed at the service of biology, through a central â€œgreenâ€? axis from which greenhouses, used as study laboratories. extend.
Photographic inspiration for the concept
Positioning of tram stops
Elevated pedestrian crossing
Identification of the main item
Positioning of volumes with relative public spaces
Sketches of the main section
Perspective of the new agricultural university center
View of the bridge structure
Diagram of the deformations of the bridge
View of the main “green” axis
View inside the main “green” axis
View of the exterior of a greenhouse
Florence Art Center The following project represents the construction of an art district including residences for students and laboratories where production activities are carried out. The idea starts from the identification of a cubic volume, from which a third of the surface must be subtracted. The challenge was faced by creating a central courtyard (exhibition area) from which towers, where the residences are located, stand out.
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Creating a terrace
Emptying the vulume to create the court
Placement of the main entrance
Identifications of residential towers
Functional analysis of activities
Axonometry of the central ramp
View of the entrance to the art district
Birdâ€™s eye view of the terrace
View of the internal court
View of an internal laboratory
Short presentation containing the projects I have designed in recent years.