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iginodeoliveira

”“we “ artists allow others to see through our windows.” .” Robert Genn


letter

something about me

Igino de Oliveira Silva Junior 21 years old I am writing this letter to express my interest in applying for your internship. Therefore, I am currently a Brazil Science Without Borders Scholar, attending Architecture and Urban Planning. I believe in the training that I already have, thus the diversification of my little professional experience allow me to accept challenges involving the profession of architecture, from the urban planning to architectural design, constructive problem-solving and technical and monitoring of work in a responsible manner. I am committed and creative and I have team spirit, familiarity with the approach at different scales, architectural and urban, interest and constant motivation in the study of Architecture and its relationship with construction works, in addition, a strong desire to learn through multidisciplinary professional experiences. In Brazil, I am used to study in the Federal University of Ouro Preto, an important and well-known university of Brazil. It is situated in Ouro Preto, a national historical heritage city because of its numerous preserved baroque and rococo arts. With a hilly landscape, we always have to face the problems of topography and heritage laws, thus every project is a challenge. Thank you for your consideration. Sincerely, Igino

what I would like to learn Ouro Preto´s landscape

what I have learned


studio I

First project

house in structural / flexible masonry 86 m²

The proposed site is pretty compact (4.40 m x 40m). Then, the design had to fit in this guideline and the solution was to articulate the spaces around a central void that would provide lighting for almost all areas of the house, and respecting the rules, it was not possible to create openings in their side walls and break the rules established by IPHAN - Institute of Historical and Artistic Heritage because my university is situated in a historical Brazilian city. Furthermore, was suggested a breakdown of the constructed area which can beused in various ways, also generating an internal courtyard. The access from the garage to the house is by stairs that became less tiring, for their shape, through large levels that allow a better view of Ouro Preto horizon. The goal was to make a quality project, respecting the topography and the requirements of flexibility.


two-dimensional representation 01

closet

bedroom

bathroom

3.60

I = 30%

I = 30%

1.80

N

third floor

garden service area belvedere

garden

0.0

bathroom

kitchen

-1.10

-5.15

-7.20

livingroom

commerce

second floor

garage -10.0

first floor 0

1

2

4m

vegetation area

layout 1


three-dimensional representation 02

flexibility scheme 01 02 03 04

shades of pink = garage

shades of blue = residence

shades of green = garden

shades of red = work

slab garden isometric perspective


daylighting

and photo insert

03


Second project

1) SLAB GARDEN

PROJECTIVE GUIDELINES BASED ON THE FOLLOWING STANDARDS: 2) SMALL PARKING 3) CONNECTED BUILDINGS 4) HOME YARDS FULL OF LIFE 5) HIERARCHY OF OPEN SPACES

VOLUME CONSTRUÍDO

PÁTIO INTERNO

ÁREAS DE TRANSIÇÃO

ESPAÇOS ABERTOS

RUA VITÓRIO ZANETTI

studio I

01

RUA 3

TYPOLOGY 1

TYPOLOGY 2

ESTACIONAMENTOS


02


STREET VITÓRIO ZANETTI

STREET 3

B

A FIRST FLOOR

THIRD FLOOR

B

A

N STREET VITÓRIO ZANETTI

B

STREET 3

B

A B

STREET VITÓRIO ZANETTI

B

STREET VITÓRIO ZANETTI

N

A

A

STREET 3

TOP VIEW

N

03

A

STREET 3

SECOND FLOOR

N


04

SECTION AA

SECTION BB


university extension

01

Introduction: This project aims the direct contact with the community in which experiences can be exchanged and new learning situations could be allowed. Through building material stores, the project acquire a demand of people / customers practitioners of self-construction, and from that began the service to users. The principal action is to return the service provided based on the User discussion and opinion, never a solution imposed. In addition, the solutions are designed according to the client’s financial conditions, what will be constructed, or with the priorities of the moment. Objective: Develop mechanisms to a direct care through community service prioritizing doubts about the production of space in some building material stores of Ouro Preto. Methodology: attendance at fixed times in some building material stores in the city of Ouro Preto; provision of ballot boxes in the stores for users to leave their questions in times that students of architecture are not present; study of doubts left on the ballot boxes that will be classified into two categories: frequent questions and specific questions. For frequent questions will be developed educational flyers. For specific questions will be conducted visits to the site and development of participatory design. Elaboration of projects through participatory method; elaboration of narratives (subjective) that aims to tell the ways of living of the people attended.


examples of costumers ms. santinha

ms. gracinha and mr. gentil

02


university research

01

Stochastic Simulation of People Moving in Confined Spaces The subject of our work is to study the behavior of people trying to leave a confined space using limited exits. In situations where panic takes place, it is common to observe how this dynamic becomes extremely disorganized. Although such phenomena have many causes based on human nature. There are many other factors that are feasible to study by the use of physical methods, including computer simulations. Many people who are moving and interacting with each other is an example of a highly complex system, and, this, can not be modeled as a sum of independent movements of a single person. The interaction among particles (in this case people) is the main cause of the emergence of patterns that we are interested in. We use the Brazilian norm of emergency exits in buildings (NBR 9077/2001) as a baseline for the focus of the study, in order to raise some questions about how the exits must be designed in many different types of buildings such as residential, commercial, educational, etc. Finally, the simulations are done using the concept of Cellular Automata. This technique is widely used in modeling the behavior of many particles. Basically we model people as particles trapped in a container (a room as example) under the influence of a “field” created due behave under the presence of physical obstacles that block the way (like chairs, walls, etc) or impair the vision (like smoke). We take then many conclusions regarding how this obstacles affects the time needed to completely clear the room. Model: In order to simulate such a problem we divided the room up in cells and used cellular automata in order to establish the dynamic. We modeled people as particles trapped in a discretized room and the rules of movement were considered under the influence of a “floor field“, created due the position of the exits and the walls, and the orientation rate. Floor field (F): The field F is generated by assigning an initial value of Fi,j = 1 for the exits and Fi, j = −1 for the walls and obstacles. Then matrix F was covered, identifying the cells neighboring the exits, and these sites were given the value of 2. The process was repeated, with the neighboring sites receiving the value of (n + 1), until all cells were evacuated.

Plan A

Plan B

Plan C

Plan D

Plan E

Plan F

Plan G

Plan H

Plan I

Figure 1.: Gray scale map of floor field generated for a square room with different numbers and locations of exits. The gray scale is related with the distance to the exit. Darker regions are closer to the exit and lighter regions are more distant.


Orientation rate (To): 02

The orientation rate (to) is a number between 0 and 1 and measures how people are guided by the floor field. For example, when to = 1 each person always decides to move to the closest exit, that is, decreasing the floor field. In the case to = 0, the floor field is totally ignored and each person moves according to a 2-D random walk. And in the equation 0 <to<1 a mixture of the two movements occurs. Results: 1.5

80 60 40

Plan A Plan B Plan C Plan D Plan E Plan F Plan G Plan H Plan I

30

20

1.0

0.5

10

20 0

A 0

100

200

300

time

0

400

Plan A Plan B Plan C Plan D Plan E Plan F Plan G Plan H Plan I

Exit ďŹ&#x201A;ow

Plan A Plan B Plan C Plan D Plan E Plan F Plan G Plan H Plan I

Collision

Number of people who remain in the room

100

0

B

100

200

0.0

300

0

C

100

200

300

400

time

time

to = 0.00 to = 0.10 to = 0.20 to = 0.30 to = 0.40

350 300 250

180

to = 0.50

to = 0.60 to = 0.70 to = 0.80 to = 0.90 to = 1.00

200 150

to = 0.0 to = 0.1 to = 0.2 to = 0.3 to = 0.4 to = 0.5

150 120 90

1.6

to = 0.6 to = 0.7 to = 0.8 to = 0.9 to = 1.0

0.8

to = 0.6 to = 0.7 to = 0.8 to = 0.9 to = 1.0

60

100

0.4

50 0

to = 0.0 to = 0.1 to = 0.2 to = 0.3 to = 0.4 to = 0.5

1.2

Exit ďŹ&#x201A;ow

400

Collision

Number of people who remain in the room

Figure 2 - Plots of (A) Number of people who remain in the room against time (B) Collision against time and (C) Exit flow against time for square room (30x30), with 300 persons initials placed randomly for different numbers and locations of exits (see in figure 1).

30

A 0

100

200

300

400

time

500

600

700

0

B 0

100

200

time

300

400

0.0

C 0

100

200

300

400

500

600

time

Figure 3 - Plots of (A) Number of people who reamin in the room against time (B) Collision agaist time and (C) Exit flow against time for square room (30x30), with 2 exits on opposite sides (Plan D), with 300 persons initials placed randomly for different values of to.

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