GENOVA Fall 2018

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GENOVA FALL 2018

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GENOVA FALL 2018

Charles E. Daniel Center for Building, Research and Urban Studies 3


Students Graduate: Andrew Collins Amanda Kristoff Undergraduate: Aaron Autry Hayden Bryson Erin Doering Jacob Eller Bryan Hazel Claire Hicks Jared Lee (L.Arch) William Marshall Kiffin Powell (L.Arch) Geoffrey Powell

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Undergraduate: Kevin Rabinovich Joseph Scherer Ashley Seiderman Nate Swift Alex Williams (L.Arch) Austin Williams Administrator Silvia Siboldi Carroll Staff: Cristina Lagomarsino Lucia Ruggiero

Professor in Residence Henrique Houayek* Faculty Saverio Fera Giuditta Poletti Luca Rocco Danilo Vespier * Family Kelly Houayek Helena Houayek


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This book is dedicated to the Daniel family and all the donors for their generous support over the years. Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Forrester Little & Associates Architects CU & RW Oakley Mr. Frederick George “Fritz� Roth Mrs. Jeanne G. Fowler Mr. and Mrs. John H. Jameson, Jr. Mr. Raymond Stainback, Thompson Ventulett Stainback & Associates DA Gardner Mr. William Pelham, Pelham Architects, LLC Mr. David Olesker, for the Anne Landsman Isenburger Memorial Fellowship Dr. Cesare Fera, in memoriam Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Powell Mrs. Mary F. Powell

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Erin Doering, Undergraduate Architecture No amount of past stories, the double checked packing lists, or leg workouts could fully prepare me for this study abroad experience. Each day was full of shock and awe, even on those that simply contained waking up to the gorgeous view of the Mediterranean, a quiet bread shop run, and sitting down to do studio work. Travelling to countries and cities that I have longed to see with my own eyes was a dream come true. I hope to cherish these moments for the rest of my life; from watching the clear ocean gracefully crash along the rocks along the shores of Cinque Terre, recklessly biking through the streets of Amsterdam, to simply eating a classic cold-cut sandwich along the French Riviera. Thank you to all my professors, the villa staff, and the Clemson Architectural Foundation for making this entire experience possible.

Jared Lee, Undergraduate Landscape Architecture Early mornings, uneven Italian steps, and the mounds of sketches cannot compare to the overwhelming sense of awe that the city of Genova has to offer. Having the opportunity to study abroad has been the greatest experience of my life, and would go through the struggles again and again.

Andrew Collins, Graduate Architecture

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‘The Villa.’ A place that almost seems mythical to those outside of Clemson architecture. Perched high above the Genoa port, it is hard to articulate what it is. Sure it is a physical place, but ‘The Villa’ seems to articulate more than just a house. Carried with ‘The Villa’ seems to be a Mary Poppins bag of memories and experiences that are unique to each current and former student. I believe that ‘The Villa’ is in fact Clemson’s greatest mystery. Layered by decades of classes, each group leaves behind a piece of their soul at 14 Via Piaggio. I will forever be grateful to those Clemson legends who founded this special place and finally to Sylvia, for carrying the weight of every memory and story that ‘The Villa’ has to tell.

Ashley Seiderman, undergraduate architecture My semester in Genova has been four of the greatest months of my life. It was a once in a lifetime chance to become completely immersed in a culture so unlike what you find in America. Whether you’re sketching a church in Genoa, eating lunch in the south of France, or climbing to the top of three towers in one day (thanks Henrique) everyday is a new adventure. The villa becomes a home, and everyone here becomes a family (one that makes a killer thanksgiving dinner). Even though it’s almost time to go back to the real world, I will always remember and cherish my semester in Italy.

Austin Williams, undergraduate architecture Every day when you are abroad you have the option to wake up and choose to miss home, friends, family, and loved ones. Or you can choose to take advantage of the adventures at your grasp and know all those great things back home will be reality in due time. Some days one choice was easier than the other, and some days there was no choice at all. Instead you were thrown into the middle of a piazza in a new city and told to “frame the tower to make it interesting, and sketch it in thirty minutes.” This semester was a once in a lifetime opportunity to explore the outside world at your fingertips, and to find more about yourself along the way. There is no test, no simulation, no challenge that will teach you more about you than living abroad for a season of life. It’s in the moments like being alone on a train in the middle of Berlin, stripped of all things normal about your life thus far: understanding of the language, cell service, or just one water fountain in your intended path, that serious self-reflection and internal finding happens.

Joe Scherer, Undergraduate Architecture My time abroad has been a priceless experience of learning from some amazing individuals and exploring some amazing cities! I have enjoyed being abroad, from the people that I lived with in the villa to the food I ate across the countries to the knowledge I gained from the courses I took. I love Europe and cannot wait for my next trip to all the different countries still to be explored.


Living at the Villa and my Study Abroad Experience Geoffrey Powell, Undergraduate Architecture During my time spent in Genoa my understanding of architecture and its place in the world has increased greatly. The experience of walking into a cathedral that is hundreds and hundreds of years old is unforgettable. To witness in person the way light and shadow, materiality, and structure play together in towering medieval churches, or across ancient ruins, or in modern buildings by big-name architects is to increase ones understanding of architecture tenfold. Of course, this understanding is not only taken in through the senses but through drawing. Whilst abroad, I am fully convinced that sketching what you see is essential to developing a good understanding of the world. I will always remember my time in Genoa as a point in time where I became reinvigorated in the pursuit of knowledge on architecture and motivated to explore the world around me as frequently as possible.

Aaron Autry, Undergraduate Architecture I want to thank Henrique, Luca and Danilo for a great studio semester. I have learned just as much, if not more during this semester than I have the last three years of studio. Next I want to thank Giudi, even though she always fusses at me and I never really know what she is saying and she never really knows what I am saying. Next I want to thank Silvia, Lucia and Cristina for making sure that things around the villa ran smoothly and that we were well taken care of. I have learned and experienced so much this semester as well as made some memories that I will not soon forget. Living at the villa has been one of the more favorite periods in my life and I cannot thank everybody enough for the opportunity to come here and the experiences made while being here. I hope to see you all again at some point in the future, but until then just know that I will NEVER apologize to Geoffrey!

Jacob Eller, Undergraduate Architecture Amanda Kristoff, Graduate Architecture This semester studying in Genoa was a truly amazing experience that’s difficult to summarize in just one paragraph. As I look back through pictures and sketches from the semester I’m left amazed by all the places we’ve visited. Many of these places we’ve studied all throughout our architectural education and to finally see them in person has been a bit of a surreal experience. In just four short months we’ve seen more than some people may in the entirety of their lifetime, and for that I’m forever grateful. Just a few of my favorite places I visited this semester were Cinque Terre, Florence, Capri, Amsterdam and Athens. Even though when we go back home we’ll no longer have fresh daily focaccia, endless cappuccinos, or the ability to hop on a plain or train and be in a new country in the matter of hours, I promise to take back with me the desire to always seek out new adventures. To stay curious. Eat well. And to travel often. To all of my classmates and roommates for the past 4 months, I’m so thankful for the new friendships formed and I pray that as time goes on these memories never fade. Thank you to all of the villa staff, without you this semester would not have been able to become a reality! And finally, thank you Genoa for being the most amazing home away from home! I hope to see you soon.

The people and culture that have surrounded my everyday life here in Genoa have both given to me many memories that I will cherish for a lifetime. It has been a difficult four months away from all things I know and love back home in South Carolina, but the people here have made it easy to find happiness so far away from home. I would like to express my gratitude towards all professors and staff of the villa that have made this semester possible, it is truly a blessing to experience what I have experienced here at Via Piaggio 14. I would like to say that the learning wasn’t constrained to only books, and the fun wasn’t limited to the weekends. Everyday life here in Genoa with this program is life changing. Thank you all, for an amazing four months. Also, Helena, I hold the trophy of your best friend for all past semesters, and all future. Never forget Jacob!

Nate Swift, Undergraduate Architecture My semester in Genova was absolutely brilliant.

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Villa Lecture Series

VILLA BEING SERIOUS AHMED BELKHODJA, FALA ATELIER LECTURE SERIES Nov. 28, 2018 PRESENTS Charles E. Daniel Center

VILLA EMANUELE FIDONE LECTURE THE ARCHITECTURE PROJECT AND PREEXISTENCES SERIES PROGETTO DI ARCHITETTURA PRESENTS E PREESISTENZA Oct. 26, 2018 Charles E. Daniel Center

VILLA LECTURE SERIES PRESENTS

JOSEP FERRANDO Sept. 24, 2018 Charles E Daniel Center

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Field Studies: Sketches On Drawing: Design as an aesthetic practice Henrique Houayek

The Field Studies class has a premise of learning by the encounter and live experience. Class takes advantage of the unique opportunity and experience students have to attend the Genoa Villa. The purpose of this course is to develop and practice a way of seeing and analyzing the built environment. Explicit in this process is the graphic transformation of that environment onto the two dimensional page. This act is a remarkable process and warrants careful consideration for its usefulness as an analytical tool. The learning process arrives from walking and visiting Genoa and other Italian cities and graphically register these experiences as an architect. Analytical inquiry through drawing can have the reciprocal effect of interpreting the subject and, through the drawing itself, it can also illustrate the process of how the subject is revealed. Simply stated, these analysis drawings are “working drawings”. That is to say, they “work” at providing insightful information and reveal otherwise hidden information about the subject rather than only depicting a landscape scene. Moving beyond a topical tourist photographing, this class focused on strong observation and extensive drawings as a way to record, and memorize interesting architecture and urban moments, as a way to increase the students design repertoire and to become more comfortable in developing and explaining graphically design intents. The unique character and advantage of the “field sketch” is to allow a concentrated amount of time to focus your attention onto a specific place or building in order to discover, analyze and record its complexities. Drawing in the field should be more incisive and exploratory than producing only accurate renderings of a given “scene”.

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Claire Hicks 16


The Villa

Ashley Seiderman 17


Andrew Collins 18


The Villa

Hayden Bryson

Joe Scherer

Joe Scherer

Geoffrey Powell

Bryan Hazel

Amanda Kristoff

Aaron Autry

Austin Williams

Alex Williams

Jacob Eller

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Piazza di Ferrari Geoffrey Powell


Genova

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Piazza di Ferrari Top Left: Amanda Kristoff Top Right: Nate Swift Right:Andrew Collins 22


Genova

Piazza di Ferrari Top Left: Alex Williams Middle Left: Ashley Seiderman Bottom Left: William Marshall Top Right: Jacob Eller Bottom Right: Aaron Autry

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Palazzo Dori Tursi Top Left: Via Garibaldi Palace Doors Bottom Left: Amanda Kristoff 24

Porta Soprana Right: Claire Hicks


Genova

Porta Soprana Left: Ashley Seiderman Top Right: Alex Williams Bottom Left: Aaron Autry Middle Left: Bryan Hazel Bottom Left: Kevin Rabinovic

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Chiesa del Gesù Left: Amanda Kristoff Chiesa di Sant’Agostino Top Right: Hayden Bryson Bottom Right: Geoffrey Powell Bottom Middle: Claire Hicks Chiesa di San Matteo Bottom Right: Claire Hicks

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Genova

Cattedrale di San Lorenzo Right and Center: Alex Williams Left: Amanda Kristoff Chiostro di Sant’Agostino Top Left: Joe Scherer Top Right: Erin Doering Bottom Right: Austin Williams

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Genova Harbor Top Left: Andrew Collins Bottom Left: Aaron Autry Bottom Middle: Claire Hicks Top Right: Joe Scherer Bottom Right: Geoffrey Powell

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Genova

Genova Streets Top Left: Andrew Collins Bottom Left: Ashley Seiderman Bottom Right: Kiffin Powell Top Right: Erin Doering Piazza delle Erbe Bottom Right: Geoffrey Powell Bottom Left: Erin Doering

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Top Left: Hayden Bryson Bottom Left: Claire Hicks Top Right: Alex Williams Middle Right: Nate Swift Bottom Right: Amanda Kristoff

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Genova

Boccadasse

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Genova Piazzas and Churches The structure of the Piazza

Piazzas are among the most spectacular architecture works of the medieval city; its trace and position of its buildings represent principle functions of communal life and civic unity. In this drawing exercise students are encourage to experience Genova’s medieval city piazzas and understand its architectural structure, scale, orientation and architecture. The proposed exercise requires students to choose and investigate, on site, a medieval piazza dimension and scale - its form is reproduced in plan with its building’s facades. The following Piazzas were reproduced:

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1 Piazza Banchi 2 Piazza San Lorenzo

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3 Piazza Santa Maria di Castello

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4 Piazza San Giorgio 5 Piazza Scuole Pie 6 Piazza San Matteo

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7 Piazza San Luca 8 Piazza Sant’Agostino 9 Piazza San Cosimo

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Geoffrey Powell Jacob Eller 33


Piazza San Lorenzo

Ashley Seiderman Alex Williams 34


Piazza San Cosimo

Erin Doering Jared Lee 35


Piazza San Giorgio

Hayden Bryson Kiffin Powell 36


Piazza Santa Maria di Castello

Claire Hicks William Marshall 37


Piazza San Matteo

Joe Scherer Kevin Rabinovich 38


Piazza Scuole Pie

Andrew Collins Amanda Kristoff 39


Piazza Sant’Agostino

Aaron Autry Bryan Hazel 40


Piazza San Luca

Nate Swift Austin Williams 41


Unite d’Habitation Left: Claire Hicks Bottom Left: Amanda Kristoff Bottom Middle: Joe Scherer Bottom Right: Erin Doering MuCEM Top Right: Ashley Seiderman Middle Right: Geoffrey Powell

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Marseille

First Group Trip

Notre-Dame de la Garde Right: Claire Hicks Top Left: Hayden Bryson Bottom Left: Ashley Seiderman 43


Vicenza First Group Trip

Basilica Palladiana Top: Andrew Collins Bottom Left: Erin Doering Bottom Middle: Amanda Kristoff Bottom Right: Geoffrey Powell 44


Fondation Maeght - Nice

First Group Trip

Right: Andrew Collins Top Left: Geoffrey Powell Middle Left: Claire Hicks Bottom Left: Nate Swift 45


Castelvecchio Top Left: Andrew Collins Top Right: Claire Hicks Bottom Left: Amanda Kristoff Bottom Middle: Jacob Eller Arena Bottom Right: Erin Doering 46


Verona

First Group Trip Castelvecchio Right: Alex Williams Top Left: Bryan Hazel Middle Left: Ashley Seiderman Bottom Left: Alex Williams

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Palazzo Ducale Left: Claire Hicks Middle: Andrew Collins Top Right: William Marshall Middle Right: Hayden Bryson Middle Right: Ashley Seiderman

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Landscape Bottom Right: Kiffin Powell


Venice

First Group Trip

Lanscape Right: Bottom Right: Bottom Left: San Giorgio Maggiore Top Left: Amanda Kristoff Middle Left: Austin Williams

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Fondazione Querini Stampalia Top Left: Geoffrey Powell Top Middle: Jacob Eller Top Right: Austin Williams Middle Left: Ashley Seiderman Middle Right: William Marshall Bottom: Claire Hicks

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Carlo Scarpa

First Group Trip

Olivetti Store Right: Amanda Kristoff Top Left: Austin Williams Top Left: Erin Doering Middle Left: Claire Hicks Middle: Aaron Autry Bottom Left: William Marshall Bottom: Andrew Collins

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Canova Museum Top Left: Hayden Bryson Bottom Left: Bryan Hazel Top Middle: Alex Williams Bottom Middle: William Marshall Top Right: Geoffrey Powell Bottom Right: Kiffin Powell

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Tomba Brion Top Right: Aaron Autry Bottom Right: Geoffrey Powell Middle: Jacob Eller Top Left: Erin Doering Middle Left: Amanda Kristoff Middle Left: Andrew Collins Bottom Left: Claire Hicks

Carlo Scarpa

First Group Trip

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Villa Emo Top Left: Claire Hicks Top Right: Bryan Hazel Villa Cornaro Top Right: Bryan Hazel Middle Left: Bryan Hazel Middle Right: Aaron Autry Bottom Right: Hayden Bryson Villa Rotonda Bottom Left: Andrew Collins

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Palladio

First Group Trip

Villa Rotonda Top Right: William Marshall Bottom Right: Ashley Seiderman Top Left: William Marshall Middle Left: Geoffrey Powell Bottom Left: Claire Hicks

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Top: Bryan Hazel London Bridge Left: Ashley Seiderman Middle: Erin Doering Right: Alex Williams

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The Shard Right: Geoffrey Powell Top Left: Ashley Seiderman Bottom Left: Geoffrey Powell

London

Independent Travel

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London Eye Top Left: Hayden Bryson

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National Gallery Top Right: Geoffrey Powell

Serpentine Pavillion Bottom Left: Geoffrey Powell Middle Right: Aaron Autry Aquatics Centre Middle: Jacob Eller

Lloyds Bank Bottom Left: Geoffrey Powell

Westminster Abbey Bottom Right: Hayden Bryson


London

Independent Travel

Westminster Abbey Right: Aaron Autry Bottom Left: Ashley Seiderman Palace of Westminster Top Left: Nate Swift

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Cliffs of Moher Top: Hayden Bryson Bottom Left: Ashley Seiderman Bottom Middle: Erin Doering Guinnes Turtle Bottom Right: Ashley Seiderman 60


Ireland

Independent Travel Trinity College Right: Ashley Seiderman Bottom Right: Hayden Bryson Bottom Left: Erin Doering St Patrick’s Cathedral Top: Ashley Seiderman Middle Right: Erin Doering Middle Left: Hayden Bryson

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Barcelona Sagrada Familia Left: Claire Hicks Middle: Claire Hicks Top Right:Claire Hicks Middle Right:Claire Hicks Bottom Right: William Marshall

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Monument to the Discoveries Right: Claire Hicks Bottom Right: William Marshall

Spain and Portugal

Independent Travel

Alhambra, Granada Middle Right: Claire Hicks Middle Left: William Marshall Top Left: Claire Hicks Cordoba Mosque Botom Left: William Marshall

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Hamburg Top: Andrew Collins Berlin Bottom Left: Alex Williams Bottom Middle: Kiffin Powell Bottom Right: Alex Williams

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Miscellaneous

Independent Travel

Prague Top Right: Joe Scherer Jerusalem Bottom: Austin Williams

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Duomo Top: Claire Hicks Campanario Abadia Florentina Bottom Right: Andrew Collins San Lorenzo Bottom Middle: JAcob Eller Pazzi Chapel Bottom Left: Amanda Kristoff Bottom Right: Geoffrey Powell

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Florence

Second Group Trip

Duomo Right: Erin Doering Top Left: Joe Scherer Top Left: Ashley Seiderman Giotto Tower Bottom Left: Geoffrey Powell Santa Croce Window Bottom Middle: Austin Williams

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Florence Landscape Top Left: Geoffrey Powell David Bottom Left: Andrew Collins Bottom Right: Ashley Seiderman Statue at Palazzo Vechio Top RightL Alex Williams 68


Florence

Second Group Trip

Chiesa del GesĂš Top Left: Bryan Hazel Museum Detail BottomLeft: Austin Williams Pazzi Chapel Diagram Middle: Claire Hicks San Lorenzo Top Right: Joe Scherer Ponte Vechio Bottom Right: Amanda Kristoff

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Siena Duomo Left: Claire Hicks Bottom Right: Erin Doering Baptistry Flooring Left: Alex Williams Right: Austin Williams 70


Siena

Second Group Trip

Torre del Mangia Right: William Marshall Top Left: Joe Scherer Bottom Left: Erin Doering

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Coliseum Top: Andrew Collins Bottom Left: Erin Doering Bottom Right: Jacob Eller


Roma

Second Group Trip

Coliseum Right: Alex Williams Pantheon Top Left: Andrew Collins Bottom Left: William Marshall

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Patheon Left: Alex Williams Santa Maria dei Miracoli and Santa Maria in Montesanto Top Right: Claire Hicks Sant’Ivo alla Sapienza Bottom Right: Aaron Autry

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Roma

Second Group Trip

Facade of St. Peter’s Basilica Right: Amanda Kristoff Ceiling San Carlo alle Quattro Fontane Top Left: Amanda Kristoff The Villa d’Este Venus Sculpture Bottom Left: Alex Williams

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Square Coliseum EUR Top Left: Andrew Collins Top Right: Bryan Hazel Auditorium Parco della Musica Bottom Left: Kiffin Powell Maxxi Museum Bottom Middle: Kiffin Powell Botom Right: Amanda Kristoff

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Roma

Second Group Trip

Maxxi Museum Left: Andrew Collins Museo dell’Ara Pacis Top Right: Geoffrey Powell Palazzo dei Congressi EUR Bottom Right: Bryan Hazel 77


Chiesa del GesĂš Top Left: Amanda Kristoff Bottom Left: Ashley Seiderman Top Right: Nate Swift Bottom Right: William Marshall

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Pompeii

Second Group Trip

Top Left: Andrew Collins Top Right: Claire Hicks Bottom: Kiffin Powell

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Castelvechio Claire Hicks William Marshall Nate Swift Austin Williams

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Scarpa 3D This Fall 2018 we will work on an in depth study on the work of Italian Architect and Designer Carlo Scapa. Part of the exercise included the research, analysis and understanding of five seminal built projects by the Venetian architect. Class divided into groups, researched, draw and model each project. Using the Villa new 3D printer produce a set of different models in Project List: - Brion Cemetery - Castelvechio - Querini Stampaglia Foundation - Gipsoteca Canova - Olivetti Store

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Olivetti Store Jared Lee Kiffin Powell Alex Williams

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Tomba Brion Aaron Autry Geoffrey Powell Jacob Eller Bryan Hazel

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Olivetti Store Hayden Bryson Erin Doering Kevin Rabinovich Ashley Seiderman

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Museo Canova Andrew Collins Amanda Kristoff Joe Scherer

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Design Seminar

Danilo Vespier

The course will be based on a series of lectures with projections of slides, dealing with main topics of the design process focusing primarily within the context of Italy and Europe. Some cases study will be analyzed giving to the students some references and bibliography, lecture by lecture. Students are expected to take a mid-semester test based on topics illustrated during the lectures, the given references and reading assignment. The final exam will consist of a graphic presentation with sections in scale 1:50/1:20. To be presented in a latter date. The purpose of this course is to show and analyze different architectural experiences with the intent to highlight different steps and specific aspects of the design process. Project is not just a composition of spaces and volumes, driven only by a personal skill and creativity or a self-referential gesture, but is the result of an articulate multidisciplinary design research, made to respond to different needs and specific contextual situations. Each project has its own “story�, for this reason there are not ready-made solutions for design. Architects need to be critical, always ready to check and revise their own work. They need to be curious, in order to learn and take advantage of all the disciplines that can improve the design process. Architects need finally to be always conscious of their big responsibility for the physical and social impact of their actions.

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Studio Projects

Henrique Houayek Luca Rocco Danilo Vespier

Picolo Museum of Columbian Exchange This semester Studio will investigate and explore the phenomenon of American-European trade history and the formation of a cultural Identity trough agriculture and cuisine. One consequence and environmental impact of Columbus’ first travels and the subsequent Atlantic crossing trade activity was described by historian Alfred W. Crosby as the Columbian Exchange, being the widespread transfer of plants, animals, culture, human populations, technology, and ideas between the Americas and the Old World in the 1500’s and 1600’s, a phenomenon which potentially accelerated the modern process of global unification. Invasive species, including communicable diseases, were a collateral condition of this exchange. The changes in agriculture significantly altered and changed global populations, today plants, seeds and fruits which once belonged only to a specific geographic region are ubiquitous all over the globe. Understanding this historical condition as part of the world cultural progression, the objective of this Studio is to investigate the consequences of this exchange specifically into the Ligurian and Genovese culture. The studio objective is for students to create an architectural space which celebrates this multicultural exchange, and design a space of exhibit and an explanation for this phenomenon. The area of intervention for this studio is situated at Genova’s Piazza Dante, set exactly at the border wall between the old medieval city and its expansion from the late 1800’s and early 1900’s. The context of this area includes the historical Porta Soprana, the original east city wall entrance, the Sant’Andrea cloister, the Casa di Colombo, a house attributed to be lived by Columbus himself and in opposite side the Torre Piacentini, an 120 meter high tower built in the late 1930’s and changing significantly the urban scale of the area.

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Geoffrey Powell Jacob Eller

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NOTE: FLOOR PLATES TAPERED TO ALLOW MORE LIGHT.

THE FLOOR PLATES ARE SHIFTED AND REDUCED TO CREATE DOUBLE-HEIGHT SPACES TO CONNECT THE EXHIBITION LEVELS. THIS PROCESS STIMULATES THE ATRIUM TO BECOME MORE DYNAMIC AND REFLECTIVE OF THE BACK AND FORTH OF THE COLUMBIAN EXCHANGE.

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Ashley Seiderman Hayden Bryson

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Jared Lee Kiffin Powell Alex Williams

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Austin Williams Nate Swift

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Traveling is vital to oneself’s education because it helps release you from the feelings that your own customs are at the center of the universe. It connects you to a greater sense of the world and a greater sense of purpose as architect and as citizen.

This book has been produced during the Fall 2018 semester by Henrique Houayek, Professor in Residence. It is a sample of the students’ experiences and their work produced while living at the Villa with a selection of over 250 hand drawings with multiple medias, as well as the projects developed for Studio. 124


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