D A N I E L A J
Architectural Portfolio 2018
Curriculum Vitae p. 4 - 5
Finnish Pavilion p. 6 - 9
Temporary Camp p. 10 - 15
Coffee + House p. 16 - 19
DANIELA JARUFE E. email@example.com W. +39 320 698 4604 M. +971 56 811 6086
Nationality: Chilean Passport: P07985570 Date of birth: 30/04/1993 Current adress: Princess Tower, Apartment 5903, Dubai Marina, Dubai, UAE
Bachelor in Architecture
Spanish Native English Professional level Italian Professional level
Sept 2015 - Feb 2018 Politecnico di Milano - Milan, Italy Graduated in February 2018
Born and raised in Chile, I got transferred to Milano in 2015 drawn by my wish to live abroad and mainly in Italy. To immerse myself in new cultures is one of my greatest passions, together with modern and contemporary art. I am a determined and goal-oriented person, with great organizational and communication skills, energetic and cheerful. My main professional interest is Interior Architecture.
Aug 2013 - Jul 2015 Pontifical Catholic University of Chile - Santiago, Chile
Autocad, Rhinoceros, Revit, Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Cinema 4D, V-Ray, Microsoft Office, Laser Cutting
High School Diploma 1998 - 2011 Andree English School - Santiago, Chile AFS Intercultural Program Jan 2010 - Jul 2010 Liceo dâ€™Arte Toschi - Parma, Italy
EXTRACURRICULAR Volunteer at â€˜Un techo para Chileâ€™ 2010 - 2015 / Santiago, Chile Construction of pre-manufactured wooden houses for people in need around Chile.
Intern Architect at Claudio Fusina & Partners Sep - Dec 2017 / Milan, Italy CAD drawing production, diagrams, images. Trainee Intern in Art Gallery Jan - Feb 2016 / M.A.D Gallery, Milan, Italy
Workshop on Architectural Visualization Mar 2017 / Polo Didattico - Rome, Italy 3D modeling, rendering and post-production with Rhinoceros, Cinema 4D and V-Ray.
Graphic design, publicity, public hospitality. English Tutor and Interviewer at Sacateun7 Ago 2014 - Jul 2015 / Santiago, Chile Private lessons focused on scholastic reinforcement and personnel selection task.
Workshop on Art Curatorship Apr 2016 / Open Art Milano, Milan, Italy Curatorship and organization of artistic events.
Public Relations Officer 2011 - 2017 / Chile, Brasil, Italy Communication and publicity of different kind of events.
Finnish Pavilion for Expo 2020 Dubai Location: Dubai, UAE Course: Building Technology Studio University: Politecnico di Milano Group: Diba Oncel, Matteo Tagnocchetti
to have a continuous feeling of changing experience. The grid structure is built out of a modular piece made of pine wood that repeats itself forming a self-supported structure and at the same time holds the internal skin that covers it. The tunnel-like form hangs from the structure using steel cables hooked to the lapels of wood panels and to the modules. The interior of the pavilion is an excavated tunnel covered with the innovative material Wood-SkinÂŽ that allows to acquire an organic and irregular form through the exhibition course. Wood-SkinÂŽ is a three-layer material: the upper and the lower layers are laminated wood, while the interior one is a high-performance textile.
Building Technology Studio is focused on exploring digital design technologies and manufacturing processes as an integral part of architectural design. Thus, it was set out to design a pavilion for Dubai Expo 2020. Our focus for the Finnish pavilion is based on the natural richness of the Finnish forest: the abundance of pine trees with elongated and slender structures create an atmosphere of disarray when one is immersed within them, and it is this abundance that hasâ€¨allowed over the years a great development of wooden architecture in this country. The pavilion demonstrates a constant relationship between interior and exterior spaces that the structure reflects, which allows the visitor
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Temporary Camp for Palaeontologists Location: Cajon del Maipo, Chile Course: Design Studio 2 University: Pontifical Catholic University of Chile
and fabric were the predominant materials, studying the relationship between the structural condition of the hard (wood) and the soft (fabric) to get to configure an interior space which is associated with an exterior that unfolds. Each module features the same structure as the others, with a procedure of simple construction which further allows a rapid disassembly, and are characterized by having a folding cover of fabric and wood, which favours the use of an outer space and seeks shade. When closed, however, it acts as a curtain providing privacy within the cabin.
Cajรณn del Maipo is an Andean canyon located approximately 50km away from Santiago. It stands out for being one of the most important geological sites in the Metropolitan Region given the abundance and diversification in the types of fossils found. it was decided, then, to create a temporary camp that can accommodate 10/12 palaeontologists for a period of approximately 6 months. The focus of the workshop is on the tension that exists in architecture between structure and matter, seeking to creatively integrate structure and construction into the design of a living space. Wood
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Coffee + House Location: Santiago, Chile Course: Design Studio 1 University: Pontifical Catholic University of Chile
that coexist together within the same boundaries. A space where the shift from the public to the private areas overlap the dialogue between the void and the built. In a first instance, the house functions as a connection with the neighborhood integrating functions with the identity of the community. As the horizon raises, it creates a connection with the mountain range by relating it on a geographical scale. While the top floor encloses the activities in itself to achieve a deeper status of privacy.
Habitation is a complex problem that must embrace human life and is from the observation of life in space, that the workshop seeks to reflect and propose a fundamental feature to an architectural interior, in order to establish spatial relationships in their different scales: the landscape, the city, the neighborhood-the street, the interior and the enclosure, in a specific place. As a matter of observation, study and operation it was work based on the pre-existing red buildings situated on Plaza Padre Letelier, Santiago. The program includes a house and a coffee,
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Architectural Portfolio 2018