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PORTFOLIO Gloria Trevisan


CURRICULUMVITAE Gloria Trevisan +44 7731 730575 g.trevisan90@gmail.com Grenfell Tower, Grenfell Rd London, W11 1TQ

ABOUT ME

I graduated at the Art School of Padova in 2009 and in 2010 I enrolled in the Faculty of “Architectural Sciences” at the Iuav University of Venice. Following my Bachelor’s Degree, I continued my studies with a Master’s Degree in “Architecture for the New and the Old”. I obtained my Master’s degree in October 2016, with a thesis on the Conservation, Reuse and Design of a Colonial Settlement of the 1930s located on reclaimed land overlooking the Venetian Lagoon. I have a passion for graphic design and freehand drawing.

ED UCATION

October, 2016

Master’s Degree University IUAV of Venice Departement of “Architecture for the New and the Antique” Graduation mark | 110/110 Thesis title: “Reclamation landscapes of the Venice Lagoon. Conservation and reuse of the rural settlement of Le Trezze (Portegrandi, Venice)” (“Un nuovo sguardo sulle barene”) Extra-disciplinary experiences : 2014 | “Unexpected” - Arch. Alberto Veiga Study trip to London

September, 2013

Bachelor’s Degree University IUAV of Venice Departement of “Science of Architecture” Graduation mark | 104/110 Extra-disciplinary experiences | Workshop : 2011 | “Urban Regeneration“ - prof. Arch. Sara Marini 2012 | “Urban Regeneration 2”- Arch. Luciano Kruk 2013 | “The other one Venice” - Arch. Alvaro Puntoni

July, 2009

High school diploma High School of Art “A. Modigliani, Padua Final mark | 78/100


WO RK EXPER IENCES

Internship / Architect Collaborator

July 2015-May 2016

NEGRI&FAURO ARCHITECTS Camposampiero, Padua, Italy

Contribution and collaboration in public competitions, partecipation in different project phases, planning stage, conceptual design, computer aided design, drawing freehand/sketches, graphic design, restoration work, relief, building practices, production of conceptual 3D and rendering, oversaw the layout. MAIN WORKING/ COMMISSIONS -Historical Palace in Venice | Restoration of structures and facades. -Design of five apartments interior design and the communal garden. -Flats | Design of enlargement and new terrace. -Design of wood shelves -Competitions | Design of community center for the elderly in Valpusteria.

Internship

July 2012-October 2012

STUDIO UdPa Cittadella, Padua (Italy)

Contribution and collaboration for: planning stage, house interior design, conceptual design, computer aided Design, reorganization of interiors, drawing freehand/scketches, relief,conceptual 3D and rendering. Meetings with providers clients and work’s partners.

SKIL L S

SOFTWARE SKILLS

OTHER SKILLS

OFFICE PACK (Word, Power Point, Excel),

After art school, I have maintained a strong passion for

ADOBE PACK (Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator),

freehand drawing (portrait, pencil-drawing...), for graphics

2d programs | Autocad, Archicad)

and layout and with all that it is related to art.

3d modelling programs | Scketch up, Archicad

I like to experiment with new techniques related to drawing

post-production programs | Photoshop, Artlantis

and general representations. During my freetime I perform the contract work like portraits, architectural sketches, design sketches. Excellent ability to create finnboard models with extreme attention to details.

L ANGUAGES

Italian Mothertongue English Understanding

Speaking

Writing

Listening - B2

Spoken: interaction - B2

B2

Reading - B2

Spoken production - B2

Certificate of achievement - English course at Kaplan School London from 03 to 18 March 2017 - Level HIGHER INTERMEDIATE


INDEX

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01. RELIEF


01. ARCHITECTURAL RENOVATION

02. THEATERS OF WAR

03. A NEW AIRPORT

Foundries of Arsenale

Mont Zebio

Venice Airport

Venice (Italy)

Asiago, Vicenza (Italy)

Venice (Italy)

A relief of materials and stratigraphy of

This

new

the walls . Project for a new portal and

workroom,

shelter

has

a

restaurant, and

of new facilities (AV station, people-mover,

exhibition hall that visually connects the

shops, auditorium, offices, hotel, casinò)

project with war signs visible on the site.

and improving traffic flow.

04. AFTER THE EARTHQUAKE

05. A NEW CIRCLE TRACK

06. MULTIPURPOSE BUILDING

Disvetro Church

Vigorelli

Malamocco

Milan (Italy)

Lido Isle, Venice (Italy)

window.

accommodation

Expansion of the airport and the addition

Modena (Italy) Consolidation

project

of

Disvetro

church, after the eathquake of 12 May 2009.

Project

for

extension

the

of

underground

the

redevelopment

and

The project involves the construction of a

with

new

multipurpose center with services such as

(exhibition

hall,

restaurants, offices and an exhibition area.

Vigorelli

spaces

gym) and a new main access and redesign

of

the

central

playground.

07. ANTIQUE AND NEW

08. Thesis | A NEW LOOK ON THE SANDBANKS

Badoglio Ville

Colonical settlement “Le Trezze”

Flambruzzo, Udine (Italy)

Le Trezze, Quarto d’Altino, Venezia (Italy)

The project includes the renovation of the

Farmhouse settlement “Le Trezze”, Le

Freehand drawings

existing villas, and an external extension to

Trezze, Quarto d’Altino Venezia (Italy). A

Personal sketches and drawings with pen,

support its new use as a wellness centre.

project for restoration, conservation and

pencil, pencil colors, pantone, cinchona,

reuse of a colonial settlement inactive for

watercolours.

approximately 50 years facing the northern Venetian lagoon.

09. SKETCHES Freehand drawings


01. ARCHITECTURAL RENOVATION Foundries of Arsenale | Relief, analysis and project Venice, Italy


INTRODUCTION Building number 90 is located inside the Arsenale in the north-west, and is part of Darsena Nuovissima. The building was built in 1589, in response to demandsmade by the Military after the Cambrai conflicts against the Lega Santa. Initially, the Darsena was called “Nuovissima�, and was the result of works undertaken from 1519 to 1589. The buildings were used as timber and gunpowder deposits until 1798. In the nineteenth century during the foreign domination, they were transformed into workshops for the processing of metals. Currently, the sheds are used as foundries and have, as yet, to be destined to other uses. The project involves the creation of a new window frame and a new portal between two indoor rooms.

Historical analysis

Study sketches

Relief

Project


HISTORICAL ANALYSIS

PHASE 1 Construction of the masonry wall, supported by arches on Istrian Stone columns.

PHASE 2 Collapse of the rightmost arch. Tamponade and reduced opening. From arch to acute sixth arch.

PHASE 3 Subsequent expansion of the last arc to the right and reduced opening. From sixth acute arch to small arched opening.

PHASE 4 During the 1800 it is raised the decking, with the addition of blackbirds to raise the amount of the hedge. After World War II coverage collapses because of a bombing and it is reconstructed

01. ARCHITECTURAL RENOVATION


RELIEF

Relief of materials

Relief of deteriorations

01. ARCHITECTURAL RENOVATION


PROJECT 1 | the new portal

The project of internal fixture

Horizontal section

Front view / detail

PROJECT FOR AN INTERNAL FIXTURE Door between the arches of the central wall, which borders the two environments. 01. ARCHITECTURAL RENOVATION


PROJECT 2 | the new window

Outside vew | current state

Project | view from inside

Project | horizontal section

PROJECT FOR AN EXTERNAL FIXTURE Circular window, out of a hole by the frusto-conical shape. The window consists of two equal and symmetrical doors, with opening towards the inland. The glass is clear, as the wire mesh mail outside the window, substantially blocks the passage of light. Window glass is devoid of drawings and ornaments, whereas before you leave the opening, the existing metal decoration. 01. ARCHITECTURAL RENOVATION


02. THEATERS OF WAR Links with the past | Project on Asiago Upland Asiago, Vicenza, Italy


INTRODUCTION This area has a great charm thanks to the historical events it hosted and,in particular, those related to the First World War. Scattered in the territory, there are, in fact, many traces and signs of this conflict that remain tangible testimonies of the Great War. The most obvious signs are given by the trenches, emblematic of this war. The project is the result of three main analyses: -relationship with history -relationship with the place -relatioship with the memory.

Historical analysis

Relief

Project

Rendering

Model


THE PLACE

GENERAL SECTION

SECTION A +1669 m

SECTION B +1774 m

Workroom

Baths

Kitchen

Housing Restaurant hall

Housing

02. THEATERS OF WAR


THE HOUSING

THE RESTAURANT

02. THEATERS OF WAR


THE WORKROOM

THE EXIBITION HALL

02. THEATERS OF WAR


THE PROJECT | models

The rendering

Model 1 | general vew

Model 2 | the section

02. THEATERS OF WAR


03. A NEW AIRPORT Venice airport | enlargement project and new links Venice, Italy


INTRODUCTION 1) URBAN REDEFINITION | Organization of the spaces and traffic across the north of the town of Tessera; adding a green area to change the visual connection between the city and the airport. 2) MOBILITY | extension of the current terminal, services, parking and increasing of the hangars, relating this within the airport via a new “internal tram� and to the city tram arriving from Mestre. The traffic will no longer go through the town of Tessera. 3) NEW SERVICES | Casino and services will rise in the same area so as not to waste space and energy in the territory. Connecting the casino and hotel to retail space and related services to the area is crucial.

Territorial analysis

Study sketches

Project

Render


The road conditions

TERRITORIAL ANALYSIS

main roads secondary roads ferry railroad

The landscapes areas farmland river lagoon sands levee archaeological area

03. A NEW AIRPORT


THE PROJECT

AV STATION

SHOPS AREA AIRPORT -CONFERENCE ROOMS -SHOPS AREA

AUDITORIUM OFFICES

BUS STATION

HOTEL CASINO’

FERRY STATION

New links

1 3

2

4 5 10

6

8 7

9

03. A NEW AIRPORT

1. Airport 2. AV Station 3. Shops area 4. Conference rooms / shops area 5. Auditorium 6. Bus station 7. Ferry station 8. Hotel 9. Casinò 10. Offices

3D | General view


THE STATION

Plan and section

Internal render 1

SHOPS AND AUDITORIUM

Plan and section

Internal render 2

THE HOTEL

Plan and section

Internal render 3

03. A NEW AIRPORT


General view

PROJECT RENDERING

The Hotel

The promenade

The park 03. A NEW AIRPORT


04. AFTER THE EARTHQUAKE Disvetro Church | Consolidation project Cavezzo, Modena, Italy


INTRODUCTION The village of Disvetro was greatly affected by the earthquake of May 2012. The parish church and school were particularly affected. The damage of the church was huge: the second level and the roof had completely collapsed; the walls were damaged and, the facade was detached from the walls. Two-thirds of the bell tower collapsed and caused a number of problems to the surrounding walls. After an intensive analysis of the collapse mechanisms, the project involves the restoration of the building by reinforcing the damaged parts, thereby make it accessible again. My project also involves the creation of a new roof supported by a new system of steel beams and pillars inserted inside the church and partially resting on the perimeter walls to obtain a closed, air-conditioned environment.

Historical analysis

Study sketches

Relief

Project


ALISYS AND RELIEF | collapse mechanisms

Church BEFORE the earthquake

Church RIGHT AFTER the earthquake

RELIEF | Plan and elevations

Safety measures

ABACUS | collapse mechanisms BELL TOWER

FACADE

Elevation A MASONRY PERIMETER

Elevation C

Elevation B

04. AFTER THE EARTHQUAKE


ANALISYS AND RELIEF | materials VERTICAL ELEMENTS

M1_Masonry 1 M2_Masonry 2 M3_Masonry 3 M4_Masonry 4 M5_Masonry 5 M6_Masonry 6

ORNAMENT ELEMENTS

Pilaster 1

Pilaster 2

Pilaster 3

P1_Plaster 1 P2_Plaster 2 P3_Plaster 3 P4_Plaster 4

HORIZONTAL ELEMENTS

Church | coverage before earhquake

Terracotta roof tiles Tavelle Purlins Trusses Barrel vault Parsonage | coverage before earhquake

04. AFTER THE EARTHQUAKE


THE PROJECT

CONCEPTS | sketches Plan | +1,50 m

Plan | +9,00 m

CONCEPTS | the interventions

Mass increment

Consolidation of pilasters and internal walls

Roof | +17,00 m

Consolidation of pilasters and internal walls

Consolidation of pilasters and internal walls

1. Brickwork 2. Leveling mortar 3. Metal flashing 4. Structural silicone 5. Thermal insulator

6. Metal plate 7. Beam HEA 140 8. Plate 9. UPN 220 10. Purlin “omega”

DETAIL D

Consolidation of facade masonry

04. AFTER THE EARTHQUAKE

11. Plate welded steel to UPN and bolted to HEA 140 12. “U” profile fixed to the masonry and to the roof 13. Sheet metal coating 14. Wood panels 15. Main beam HEA 240 DETAIL E


THE PROJECT | sections

DETAIL A -Sheet metal coating -Insulatic panels (5 cm) -Eaves -“Omega” purlins -Mean beam HEA 240 -Welded flange in support of window -Insulating panels (8 cm) Wood panels (3 cm) DETAIL B -Pillars HEB 300 -Beam “pillar-pillar” HEA 160 -Beam “pillar-masonry” HEA 120 DETAIL C -Windows with double glazing (3 cm) on structure of mullions and transoms 100*50 -Beam HEA 160 -Sheet of protection -Beam “pillar-masonry” HEA 120 -Insulating and wood panels

steel beam HEA 240

purlins

roof bracing system

structure in support the wall

windows

new presbiterian flat roof

bracing system

detail D

04. AFTER THE EARTHQUAKE


05. A NEW CYCLE TRACK The Vigorelli | Relief, rappresentation and project Milan, Italy


INTRODUCTION The Vigorelli Velodrome is located in the northwest area of Milan, at the time of construction (1935) considered part of the outskirts of the city, unlike today. This same area can be now considered a central and strategic position, because close to site for the “city life� project building. The goal is to return a currenty unused building to the city, as part of the contemporary architectural heritage of Milan. The building was particularly appreciated not only for sporting events which took place inside, but also for its architectural charm. It can accommodate a large number of sporting events and functions connected with the territory.

Historical analysis

Study sketches

Relief

Project

Rendering


THE PROJECT | sketches

05. A NEW CYCLE TRACK


THE PROJECT | plans

Plan 1 | Covering

Plan 2 | Level 0 Shops - Dressing-rooms - playground 05. A NEW CYCLE TRACK


THE PROJECT | plans and sections

Plan 3 | Level -1 Multipurpose hall - gym

Longitudinal sections

Transversal sections 1

05. A NEW CYCLE TRACK

Transversal sections 2


THE PROJECT | rendering

The Playground

The new main entrance

Exibition hall

Night view

05. A NEW CYCLE TRACK


06. MULTIPURPOSE BUILDING New facilities | Project Malamocco isle, Venice, Italy


INTRODUCTION Malamocco is a small village found within the district of Venice, located in the southern part of the Lido Island. It is surrounded by a narrow canal, remnant of the old port that was located here, which separates it from the rest of the Lido. The project area covers 3450 square metres and a green area, bordered almost entirely by the canal. The project involves the construction of a multipurpose center with services such as restaurants, offices and exhibition space. The goal is to offer an area for the inhabitants and to encourage tourism.

Study sketches

Project

Rendering

Model


SKETCHES AND PHOTOMONTAGES

06. MULTIPURPOSE BUILDING


THE PLAN

The Plan | First and second floor

The sections

06. MULTIPURPOSE BUILDING


THE RENDERING

The restaurant

The exibition hall

Night view

06. MULTIPURPOSE BUILDING


THE PROJECT MODELS

06. MULTIPURPOSE BUILDING


07. ANTIQUE AND NEW Villa Badoglio and the new wellness center | Relief, studying and project Flambruzzo, Udine, Italy


INTRODUCTION The castle was built in the 1200s and was part of the defensive line of “water castles� in the lower Friuli. It combines the typical features of a fort to an eighteenth-century villa with landscaped gardens, on more than three hectares. It is characterized by spring waters and picturesque islands connected to one another. A number of architectural elements such as the tower and access bridge still remain, which replaced the existing drawbridge, the battlements and moats surrounding the building. These are considered testimonies of the old structure. The project will include the renovation of the existing house, and an external addition that includes a new wellness center.

Historical analysis

Relief

Project

Rendering

Model


THE RELIEF

The plan | first floor

The walls

West elevation 07. ANTIQUE AND NEW


THE RELIEF

The materials

Deteriorations and interventions

Before and after 07. ANTIQUE AND NEW


THE PROJECT | plans and section The plan | first floor

The plan | second floor

07. ANTIQUE AND NEW


THE PROJECT | rendering and model

The longitudinal sections

07. ANTIQUE AND NEW


08. A NEW LOOK ON THE SANDBANKS Thesis | Reclamation landscapes of the Venice Lagoon. Conservation and reuse of the rural settlement Le Trezze (Portegrandi, Venice) Le Trezze, Venice, Italy


INTRODUCTION The settlement includes eleven buildings along the river Sile belonging to the company “Le Tresse” and representing an interesting and unique example of rural settlement dating back to the time of the great land reclamation, still “readable” from the typical mass production plant, suggesting a convincing dialogue between the lagoon facing it and the surrounding fields. These eleven buildings represent the typical farm houses of the area in their structure and use, now obsolete. In fact, the area is a strip of reclaimed land between the northern lagoon of Venice and sandbanks. The current morphology of the area is the result of a series of operations to reclaim the land started in 1678, when the course of the river Sile was modified. The project provides for the recovery of the entire settlement so that this area, the only of its kind, can see new life as a tourist settlement.

Historical analysis

Study sketches

Relief

Project

Rendering


TERRITORIAL ANALYSIS | Greenway “Girasile”

08. A NEW LOOK ON THE SANDBANKS


HISTORCAL ANALYSIS

08. A NEW LOOK ON THE SANDBANKS


08. A NEW LOOK ON THE SANDBANKS


08. A NEW LOOK ON THE SANDBANKS


COLONIAL SETTLEMNET | Ca’ Feconda

nature trail

provincial road Sile

lagoon

farmland

Territorial section LANDSCAPES

VIABILITY AND ACCESS 4 .Ca’ Fertile

1 .Provinvial road Portegrandi-Jesolo

5 .Ca’ Fertile

2 .Old dirt road

6 .Ca’ Fortuna GREENWAY

3 .Bicycle greenway 7 .Between Sile and Lagoon

building 1 building 2 provincial road dirt road

08. A NEW LOOK ON THE SANDBANKS


THE RELIEF

Plan | ground floor

Main elevation

Longitudinal section

08. A NEW LOOK ON THE SANDBANKS


ANALYSIS | construction techniques

floor-brickwork

floor-brickwork

08. A NEW LOOK ON THE SANDBANKS

cover-brickwork

1. tiled roof 2. fir wood ridge beam (15x8 cm) 3. fir wood barbican 4. hollow flat tile 5. fir wood slat (8x12 cm) 6. wood truss 7. wood shutter 8. single-layer glass 9. wooden plank (2 cm) 10. wood beam (15x18 cm) 11. brickwork (30 cm) 12. plaster in cement mortar (d. 1,5 cm) 13. layer of cement mortar (1 cm) 14. plaster of lime and cement 15. slab 16. tiles (20x20 cm) 17. slab-on-grade


ANALISYS | materials and deteriorations

Vertical section|the materials

Fronts | deteriorations and interventions 08. A NEW LOOK ON THE SANDBANKS


THE PROJECT the site plan

08. A NEW LOOK ON THE SANDBANKS


THE PROJECT | concept

Concept sketches

Territorial section

ADDICTION 1 New central volume

ADDICTION 2 New facility

ADDICTION 3 New links

ADDICTION 4 New green areas

LEVEL 3 | Access D Restaurant hall Heated space

LEVEL 2 | Access C Lodging

Open space LEVEL 1 Access B Courtyard

New paths

LEVEL 1 | Access A Main access

New paths and new accesses

ADDICTION 1 New central volume

Ground floor

ADDICTION 2 New facility First floor

Second floor

08. A NEW LOOK ON THE SANDBANKS


THE PROJECT | plans and sections

First floor

Apartments | Transversal section

North and South elevations

08. A NEW LOOK ON THE SANDBANKS


THE PROJECT | plans and sections

Second floor

Longitudinal section

D1 | FLAT ROOF 1. wooden plank 2. support system for floating floor 3. double membrane permeabilization 4. screed with slope 5. electro welded stiffening 6. corrugated sheet 7. steel beam ( 2 UPN 160, bolted) 8. countertop 9. parapet of painted aluminum D2 | WALL - kitchen 10. outer cladding of stone slabs 11. insulator 12. metal support 13. steel pillar ( 2 UPN 160, welded) 14. inner lining of plasterboard 15. sheet protection D3 | COVER TWO PITCHES - restaurant 16. closing strip (5x10) 17. safety net 18. gutter 19. supporting strip tiles (5x5) 20. strip ventilation 21. breathable membrane (d. 5mm) 22. ditch for rainwater

Restaurant | Transversal section 08. A NEW LOOK ON THE SANDBANKS


THE PROJECT | rendering and photo simulation

08. A NEW LOOK ON THE SANDBANKS


08. A NEW LOOK ON THE SANDBANKS


sketches


09. PERSONAL SKETCHES


09. PERSONAL SKETCHES


09. PERSONAL SKETCHES


09. PERSONAL SKETCHES


09. PERSONAL SKETCHES


09. PERSONAL SKETCHES

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I enrolled in 2010 in the Faculty of “Architectural Sciences” at the Iuav University of Venice. Following my Bachelor’s Degree, I continued...

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