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PROJECTS

01 city of joao pessoa memorial UNDERGRADUATE THESIS

02 GENERAL HOSPITAL ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN - STUDIO 07

03 HOSTEL - CONTEMPORARY INSERTION ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN - STUDIO 06

04 SOCIAL HOUSING DESIGN AND URBAN REQUALIFICATION ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN - STUDIO 05

05 Buckeye PLACE BGSU DINING CENTER ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN - STUDIO 03


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city of joao pessoa memorial

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PROJECT TYPE: Institutional COURSE: Undergraduate Thesis INSTITUTION: Centro Universitario de Joao Pessoa - UNIPE (Brazil) INSTRUCTOR: Silvia Muniz DATE: June 2017

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LOCATION: Joao Pessoa, Brazil

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BRAZIL, PARAĂ?BA AND JOAO PESSOA

Besides being an important element to cultural

city history. The development is bound to the

identity and history preservation from a variety

idea of creating a dynamic and active space,

of nations, museums are relevant to encourage a

where the local population and city visitors will be

bigger academic and cultural involvement through

able to get to know it a little better, as well being

knowledge diffusion serving as an indispensable

informed about the importance of preservation of

source of research. But, most of the times, they do

historical and cultural patrimony. The design of

not receive proper recognition nor resources. Joao

this architectural draft was based on studies about

Pessoa is the third oldest city of Brazil and this

museums and analysis of the characteristics from

same city does not possess museums or designated

the area suggested for intervention, in order to

spaces to tell and maintain its history. The theme’s

present a proposal that reflects the constructive

choice for this project comes from the lack of such

aspects that meet the formal and functional needs

environments that have the purpose of strengthen

necessary for such buildings.

bonds of identity and background related to the

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- Propose flexible spaces and an independent

be addressed through of spatial organization,

structural system according to the Memorial

volumetry and plastic. They were:

needs, and it is amenable to future changes;

- Distribution of sectors through blocks and

- Design a building that creates an atmosphere

according to the relationship existing between

of tranquility, but is not only directed towards its

them;

interior space, and which, unlike

- Horizontality, in order to meet and respect the

many museums, that are concerned only with

city’s legal parameters and create a low-impact

their collection, gives your visitors the feeling of

visual building for the area and its surroundings,

integration with the natural landscape.

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The proposal articulated some points that should

besides to design a building that communicates in

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some way with those already in place;

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East - West Longitudinal Implantation

Accesses

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Elevated blocks x street level

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Considering the architectural parti and the definitions of implantation, accesses, program zoning and mass study, it was made the spatial

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distribution of the spaces contained in each of the

Auditorium Covered Plaza Lobby Temporary

5 Stores 6 Deck

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GENERAL HOSPITAL

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PROJECT TYPE: Institutional COURSE: Architectural Design - Studio 7 INSTITUTION: Centro Universitario de Joao Pessoa - UNIPE (Brazil) INSTRUCTOR: Teresa Lira DATE: December 2016

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LOCATION: Joao Pessoa, Brazil

BRAZIL, PARAĂ?BA AND JOAO PESSOA

The program distribution was made thinking about

recesses and bumps that help thermal comfort,

the appreciation of the flow. Spaces that needed to

since they allow the best use of ventilation and

be at a direct and fast access, were inserted in the

sun lighting.

lower floors; like reception, ambulatory, mortuary

There are also many facade openings are also

and some areas destined to service. On the other

and green spaces arranged in various parts of the

hand, spaces with greater reserve requirements

building, improving the quality of the air required

were placed on the upper floors, such as patient

for a health environments, such as hospitals.

rooms.

The building’s structure is made entirely of

The final arrangement was designed to take

structural masonry with support of two rigid

advantage of the natural ventilation and the

cores reinforced of concrete around the vertical

volumetry occurs from program zoning, considering

circulation. This decision allows greater flexibility

the adaptation of hospital spaces to the uneven

of the form and greater use of the space in the

terrain, which has a height of 65 feet. Therefore,

distribution of the layout.

this volume, allows the use of angular shapes, with

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site

assignment

chosen by

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The

Studio

instructors, is located at Pedro

part of the city of Joao Pessoa. It is a residential area, but nevertheless, it houses one of the main hospitals in the state.

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Gondim District, in the northern

The site has one of its facades facing the BR 230 which is one of the main roads in the city, besides connecting several districts.

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GRID - STREETS

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The main zones of this General Hospital are: Emergency, Urgency, Internment (Patient rooms), Intensive Care Unit (ICU), Patalogia

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Clinical, Imaging Center, Surgical Ward, Nutrition

Sterilization Center, Pharmacy, Administration, Clothing Processing (Hospital Laundry), Materials and Equipment,

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and Dietetics, Material and

Administration Center, Maintenance (Equipment), Morgue, Comfort and Hygiene, Janitorial and Services and Parking.

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05 04 03 02 01 01 - Ground 2 Floor (Emergency, Comfort and Hygiene and Parking); 02 - Ground Floor (Urgency, Morgue, Pharmacy, Nutrition and Dietetics, Clothing Processing - Laundry and Materials and Equipment Adm.); 03 - First Floor (Surgical Ward and Imaging Center); 04 - Second Floor (Administration and Surgical Ward technical area); 05 - Third Floor (Intensive Care Unit, Clinical Pathology and Material and Sterilization Center); 06 - Fourth Floor (Intensive Care Unit technical area); 07 - Fifth, Sixth, Seventh, Eighth and Ninth Floors (Patient Rooms).

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CORTE AA PEDRO GONDIM - JOテグ PESSOA / DEZEMBRO 2016 PROJETO ARQUITETテ年ICO VII - UNIDADE lII / TERESA CRISTINA DE ASSIS LIRA BRUNA MANTOVANI, ELISA OLIVEIRA E ISABEL SOUZA


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hostel CONTEMPORARY INSERTION

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PROJECT TYPE: Comercial COURSE: Architectural Design - Studio 6 INSTITUTION: Centro Universitario de Joao Pessoa - UNIPE (Brazil) INSTRUCTOR: Lizia Agra DATE: December 2016

BRAZIL, PARAĂ?BA AND JOAO PESSOA

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LOCATION: Joao Pessoa, Brazil

The site chosen by the instructors of Studio 6 is located at the downtown area, one the oldests parts of Joao Pessoa and it is inserted at the historic portion of the city.

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of a hostel in a pre-established site was based

thought in the sense of provoking that the city eyes

on the premise of the quest to promote diurnal

turn to this urban parcel, currently, physically and

and nocturnal urban vitality to the place, due to

socially degraded, mainly, in the nocturnal period.

the fact, that at night the downtown area suffers

However, in spite of the building, an irregular

with social emptiness. For this, at first, we thought

polyhedron of seven faces composed of unordered

about a dialogue between public-private and

openings, been characterized as a radical

building-city relationship.

contrast to other existing buildings, it has its new

Local legislation categorizes a contemporary

volumetric posture presented to the environment

insertion as a total renovation action that refers to

in a controlled manner. There is concern that this

“adapting and replacing an existing building with

volume is not overly aggressive to its surroundings.

a new construction.”

Therefore, there is an intention to mark the action

The project proposes to attribute to the building a

of contemporaneity in the building since these

value of novelty, which would be present both in

changes do not disturb the “harmony” of the

the new strategy of urban animation, the hostel, as

existing set.

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For the referring case, the radical contrast was

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The conceptual conception for the incorporation

well as in the composition of the building from the radical contrast concept.

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Main Access Adm. Hostel Public interface Infrastructure

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In order to “break” the rigidity of the volume, it was proposed, through the quadrangular fenestrations, a dynamicity to the building. In this

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EXPLODED PERSPECTIVE

way, the openings (frames) are presented in three different modules

the frames’ location was based on the conformation of the inside spaces, consequently, the thermal comfort provided by them. The strength of

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in the facades. It is worth noting that

the volume is also minimized by the diagonal openings.

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social housing design and urban requalification

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PROJECT TYPE: Residential COURSE: Architectural Design - Studio 5 INSTITUTION: Centro Universitario de Joao Pessoa - UNIPE (Brazil) INSTRUCTOR: Rodrigo Nascimento DATE: December 2016 LOCATION: Joao Pessoa, Brazil In the 70’s, the city of João Pessoa began ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO

to undergo transformations regarding the use of urban land and the number of inhabitants that came to occupy the city. The migratory process, the valorization of the urban land, the growth of the peripheral neighborhoods and the process of formation of the favelas were the main characteristics. Most favelas were developed in areas previously

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and preservation areas. Analyzing our study area for this studio assignment, which is the “Padre Hildon PADRE HILDON BANDEIRA, JOÃO PESSOA

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Bandeira”, we found that with this favela was


to ideals, since many residences meet at risk and

thoroughfares of the city, this favela began its

in unhealthy conditions.

occupation process in the hillside area spreading

Within the visual, technical analysis and by

to the banks of the Jaguaribe River.

means of criteria, it was possible to establish an

As for spatial organization, this slum has an

approximate number of families that would go

irregular layout. Houses and alleys tend to fit the

through the process of relocation, 148 families.

best way down the slopes toward the river. It is

Throughout history we have countless examples

also possible to observe that the blocks underwent

that support us to admit that the relocation of

a process of uncontrolled occupation, where yards

families to nearby areas appropriate to the original is

ceded spaces to new houses, thus forming large

the best measure to take. Following this parameter,

poles of density.

the community will undergo an expansion stage.

Entering in the Padre Hildon Bandeira is perceptible

In this expansion new housings are going to be

how much its inhabitants form a heterogeneous

built within an area that was obsolete. In order

set, being differentiated by race, gender, sexuality,

to maintain the democratic and heterogeneous

age group, schooling, etc. These differences result

characteristics highlighted earlier, new housing

in democratic and socially acceptable space,

will be built on homes that have been demolished

being this characteristic the greater wealth of the

for reasons that they merge the dwellings in good

community.

condition with the new ones to be built.

Local identity was the major constraint for

With this solution, we seek to create a new “face�

the development of the project. However, the

for the community, but not a new community.

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Torre district, on the banks of one of the main

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preservation of this identity conflicts with reality as

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no different. Located in the neighborhood of

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to stay

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risk area sewer gallery

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Residents' Association

Health Unit to be built

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Existing Daycare Center to be improved

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Block type C containing 21 housing units with stores at the ground level

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Block type A containing 38 housing units with 4 adapted units to disabled people and stores on this ground level.

Block type C containing 21 housing units with stores at the ground level

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Block type C containing 21 housing units with stores at the ground level

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Social Center and Library

Connection Area to be Revitalized

Block type B containing 22 housing units with 3 storey

Block type A containing 38 housing units with 4 adapted units to disabled people and stores on this ground level.

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The requalification program of the area requested the implementation of community facilities such as community squares, playgrounds, a library, a social center and sports courts. It also demanded for improvement of the sidewalks, creation and improvement of accesses for pedestrians, creation of new streets to improve the connectivity of the blocks within the area, parking for bicycles and for vehicles.

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In this proposal we tried to meet all the

First, we distributed the new housings (new buildings),considering

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points requested in the project programming.

such as the sun and the wind; requalified the existing square and created smaller ones, as well as playgrounds; implemented two

designing a great cycle path that crosses the whole Padre Hildon Bandeira area.

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better flow for vehicles and residents; besides

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sports courts; created new streets allowing

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TYPE C - 21 UNITS l FIRST LEVEL - FLOOR PLAN

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PROJECT TYPE: Institutional 2017

COURSE: Architectural Design - Studio 3 INSTITUTION: Bowling Green State University - Unites States INSTRUCTOR: Sara Khorshidifard DATE: May 2015

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LOCATION: Ohio, United States

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1910 and is located on the northeast side of the

thoroughfares of the city and at one of the boundaries

city of Bowling Green. Its oldest buildings date

of campus. Therefore, because of this, we tried

from the early 1900s. Throughout history, some

to design a building that provides communication

of its constructions have been renovated, others

with the external environment. In this way, glass

built and some even demolished. Although there

was used on the Dining Center facades as an

are contemporary-style buildings that make use

element that allows this communication of the

of different types of materials, a striking feature

internal with the external.

of campus buildings is the use of the brick on its

Volumetry is composed of two purely shaped

facades.

elements

In this project, however, brick is not present in

subtractions

the facades, but ou project parti was to design

asymmetric and the bigger portion of the building

the new facility with about the same height of the

gives the idea of a ​​ portico grid.

buildings present in its surroundings. In this way,

The distribution of its internal spaces was made

even the new Dining Center having a different style

considering the flow of people and services offered

from the more traditional buildings on campus,

at and by the place.

it communicates with them. The intention was

The structure of the building is all on reinforced

to make a contemporary insertion but not an

concrete and its building elements are foundation

aggressively way.

- columns - beams - slabs.

(rectangular were

cubes),

made.

Its

where facades

some are

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This project’s site is located at one of the main

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Bowling Green State University was founded in

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ISABEL SOUZA PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Anna Guedes Architecture and Interior Design Intern 2016 Joao Pessoa Brazil

Decca + Decca Design Studio Intern

INFO Name Isabel Cristina F. de Souza

2015 New York City United States

Phone +55 (83) 99670 - 7937 Email isouza.arch@gmail.com Website behance.net/isouzaarch

HONORS Brazil Scientific Mobility Program scholarship recipient 2014 – 2015

references Olívia Polyana Nunes Architect and Urbanist +55 (83) 98717 - 8791 oliviapolyana@gmail.com Veronica Tutundjian Decca Interior Design +1 (347) 638 - 3782 veronica@deccadecca.com

Assisted the development of architectural and interior projects (producing executive drawings, details and electronic models); estimated budgets for clientes' projects; monitored execution of the projects.

Assisted the development of architectural and interior projects (producing executive drawings, details and electronic models); estimated budgets for clientes' projects; monitored execution of the projects; responsible for purchasing items for customers, ordering and receiving samples for the office; and customer support in stores; assisted meetings with clients and visits to stores.

Contemporânea Architecture and Interior Design Intern 2013 Joao Pessoa Brazil

2011 - 2012 Joao Pessoa Brazil

2010 Joao Pessoa Brazil

Assisted the development of architectural and interior projects (producing executive drawings, details and electronic models); estimated budgets for clientes' projects; monitored execution of the projects.

City of Joao Pessoa - Department of Education (Engineering Office) Intern Updated architectonic projects of educational buildings (drafts); Produced reports and surveys about the situation of city's educational buildings.

HNA Construction Company Intern Supervised and monitored the execution of a construction project; provided quantitative surveys, project updates and verification of services.

EDUCATION 2011 - 2017 Joao Pessoa Brazil

Centro Universitário de João Pessoa - Unipê

2014 - 2015 Ohio United States

Bowling Green State University

2014 New Orleans United States

University of New Orleans

2007 - 2010 Joao Pessoa Brazil

Instituto Federal de Educação, Ciência e Tecnologia da Paraíba – IFPB

Architecture and Urbanism Bachelor Degree

Architecture and Environmental Design Non-Degree International Student

IELP – Intensive English Language Program

High School Integrated with Building Technician Course

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