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Architectural Graduate Portfolio

| 2016-2019 | Luana Balzano

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CONTENTS

Master of Architecture Social Agency - Major Design Studio 4

Resilient Neighbourhoods: Forced Migration

The Ngara Welcome Centre

Walu-win Wellbeing Pavilion 14 Kaunitz Yeung Architecture

Wellbeing and Rehabilitation Centre

Extreme Urbanisation Lab 18

CEPT University, Ahmedabad, India

The Five Borthers. Panchbhai-Ni-Pol

The Silent Cabin 22

unplug to recharge

Bee Breeders Competition

Social Agency - Design Studio 26

Lake Pedder Wilderness Encampment

The Waldorf Wilderness Encampment

Social Agency - Design Studio 30 Housing from the Living Land

Art Facilities and Co-working spaces Construction Informatics (ICT & BIM) 36 BIM Enabled Bidding Assignment

A Sustainable House Work Experience

Mirvac Green Square Competition 40

Lava - Laboratory for visionary Architecture

Mixed use residential building

Tay Son Residential Tower 44

Lava - Laboratory for visionary Architecture

Mixed use residential building

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Bachelor of Architecture Arte Casa Competition

Flexibility. Spatiality. Adaptability.

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Atelier Tropeano - Design Studio 54

Revitalization of the city of Wroclaw

Reuse of an Anglican Church

Atelier Sanchez Garcia - Design Studio 60 Oposite Traces. Isla Mayor

Open the city to the landscape

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Second Year Master | Term 1 & 2, 2019

[1]

4

[1] ground floor plan


Second Year Master | Term 1 & 2, 2019

Social Agency - Major Design Studio

1. pedestrian

Resilient Neighbourhoods: Forced Migration

The Ngara Welcome Centre

“ Giving displaced people the opportunity to study and work is the best way to support them and to promote their integration in the new cities and communities. ”

2. key surroundings

This centre invites people to ‘ngara’, which in the gadigal language means to listen, to hear and to think. It is a place of welcoming and professional trainings, a place where you learn, practice and teach, a laboratory of art and gastronomy. In order to bring as many people and cultures as possible to the site, buildings and surroundings have been designed to invite people in, to let them freely wander around and to let them stop by and sit.

3. bringing people in

4. paths and landscape

[2] concept diagrams

Softwares: Autocad, Rhino, Illustrator, Photoshop, Vray

5. building form

6. sun exposure [2]

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Second Year Master | Term 1 & 2, 2019

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[2]

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[1] view of the reading corner [2] view of the gallery space


Second Year Master | Term 1 & 2, 2019

[3]

[3] first floor plan

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Second Year Master | Term 1 & 2, 2019

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[1] section detail


Second Year Master | Term 1 & 2, 2019

[2]

[2] facade concept

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Second Year Master | Term 1 & 2, 2019

10 [1] view of the main public space


Second Year Master | Term 1 & 2, 2019

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Second Year Master | Term 1 & 2, 2019

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[1] 1.500 site model


Second Year Master | Term 1 & 2, 2019

[2]

[2] 1.200 main model

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Work Experience | Sydney, 2019

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14 [1] photography: Brett Boardman


Work Experience | Sydney, 2019

Walu-win Wellbeing Pavilion

Kaunitz Yeung Architecture

Wellbeing and Rehabilitation Centre

Walu-win wellbeing and rehabilitation centre in Orange provides additional services and spaces for community elders for the Orange Aboriginal Medical Service. The building is very welcoming and located within a community garden. Natural light and familiar materials have facilitated community ownership; while meaningful engagement with client and community has enabled a deeper understanding of what was required. Location: Orange, NSW Design Team: KYA Status: Completed Task: Documentation and Drafting Softwares: Revit

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Work Experience | Sydney, 2019 ABBREVIATIONS FL-1 FL-2A FL-2B FL-3A FL-3B

FLOOR FINISH TYPE 1 - BRICKS (CORRIDOR AND TERRACES) FLOOR FINISH TYPE 2A - VINYL FLOORING (GENERAL) FLOOR FINISH TYPE 2B - VINYL FLOORING (WET AREAS) FLOOR FINISH TYPE 3A - RUBBER FLOORING (CARDIAC & RESISTANCE) FLOOR FINISH TYPE 3B - RUBBER FLOORING (SPECIAL TRAINING)

7006 SPECIAL TRAINING ROOM

3380 KITCHENETTE

1800 2488 900 CORRIDOR ACCESSIBLE WC CLNR 14896 CORRIDOR

2793 SERVICE

3400 RECEPTION/OFFICE

B

A006

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1030

1950

3690

9080

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WT-5

1278

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1160

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FIP

G10

G01

1800

8917

1187

2470

WG04.2

G07

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1030

A007

1183

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(15 m²) FL-2A

A

1800 MALE WC/ FEMALE WC CORRIDOR

3540 CONSULTATION ROOM

00.Ground Floor Level

NORTH

DISCLAIMER Copyright in all documents and drawings prepared by KAUNITZ YEUNG ARCHITECTURE and any works executed from those documents and drawings shall remain the property of, or on creation vest in KAUNITZ YEUNG ARCHITECTURE Pty Ltd. All information illustrated on this document is to be checked and verified on site.

DATE

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(23 m²)

DG02.3

(86 m²)

STORE ROOM G03

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N TERRACE

FL-1 (16 m²)

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(2 m²)

CONSULTATION ROOM G07

E

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CLNR STORE G05

6843 STORE ROOM

G07

G03

COMMS CABINET

CLD-4

3068

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DG07.1

(46 m²)

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(10 m²)

RL. 912.600 WT-5

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FEMALE WC G08

01.NW & SE Roof

(6 m²) FL-2B

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(10 m²) FL-2B WT-3

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DG09.1

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KITCHENETTE

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DG02.1

CORRIDOR G01

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9988 SPECIAL TRAINING ROOM 4198 5993 S TERRACE 3000 700 2993 1778 KITCHENCORRIDOR MALE WC FEMALE WC

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5000 SET OUT POINT AT GRID INTERSECTION

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1183 SERVICE

7120

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CHECKED BY

Construction Updates Scale Correction Additional Info Finishes Revision Reception Desk

ETW ETW ETW ETW ETW

PROJECT NAME: ORANGE ABORIGINAL MEDICAL SERVICE 16 Cameron Place Orange, NSW 2800

KAUNITZ YEUNG ARCHITECTURE

Level 3, 63 William St Darlinghurst T +61 2 9007 2098

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4243 CONSULTATION ROOM

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6000

A007

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TIMBER BOARD CLADDING OVER WINDOWS/DOORS

01.NW & SE Roof RL. 912.600

CLD-1

RF-1

NE Roof RL. 910.800

SW Eaves Level

CLD-4

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CLD-2

CLD-2

CLD-2

CLD-2

00.Ground Floor Level RL. 906.000

EXISTING GROUND LINE

[2]

E

EAST ELEVATION

FOR CONSTRUCTION DATE

DISCLAIMER Copyright in all documents and drawings prepared by KAUNITZ YEUNG ARCHITECTURE and any works executed from those documents and drawings shall remain the property of, or on creation vest in KAUNITZ YEUNG ARCHITECTURE Pty Ltd. All information illustrated on this document is to be checked and verified on site.

REV

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Construction Certificate For Construction Window Revision

DYA ETW ETW

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1

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3

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A005 3

SCALE 1:50

Do not scale drawings manually or electronically

PROJECT NAME: ORANGE ABORIGINAL MEDICAL SERVICE 16 Cameron Place Orange, NSW 2800

At A3

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TITLE

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KAUNITZ YEUNG ARCHITECTURE

Level 3, 63 William St Darlinghurst T +61 2 9007 2098 PHASE

SCALE

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1 : 100 @ A3

DATE

JUN 2019

8

01.NW & SE Roof

3800

RL. 912.600

4 A201

SERVICE ZONE

SW Eaves Level RL. 908.800

FEMALE WC G08

SPECIAL TRAINING ROOM G10

2800

SERVICE ZONE

SERVICE ZONE

SERVICE ZONE

CONSULTATION ROOM G07

RECEPTION/OFFICE G04 DG04.1 G04

SERVICE ZONE

STORE ROOM G03 DG03.1

G03

00.Ground Floor Level

CARDIAC & RESISTANCE G02

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Work Experience | Sydney, 2019

WG02.1

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G02

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CARDIAC & RESISTANCE (86 m²) FL-3A

5975

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A105

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4234

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G02

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DATE

190314 190403 190620 0

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REV

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Construction Certificate For Construction Updates

CHECKED BY

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FOR CON

PROJECT NAME: ORANGE ABORIGINAL MEDICAL SERVICE 16 Cameron Place Orange, NSW 2800 NO

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TITLE

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First Year Master | Summer Term, 2018

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[1] sectional perspective


Eastern Axo First Year Master | Summer Term, 2018

Eastern Axo

Ground Ground Floor Floor Plan Plan Ground Floor Plan

Extreme Urbanisation Lab

CEPT University, Ahmedabad, India

The Five Borthers. Panchbhai-Ni-Pol

Ground Floor Plan

‘Panchbhai-ni-pol’, situated in the old city of Ahmedabad, is a predominantly residential area, where only some of the ground floor levels have been turned into commercial.

First First Floor Floor Plan Plan

The pol is named after the houses of five brothers which are located next to each other in a small private street. At the back of this, a giant commercial building had been built in the attempt to commercialise the area. This area is also known for the Marwaadis women, which were generally into cutting and tailoring work from their own home. The proposal aims at offering a residential use with a small bright tailoring space at the top.

First Floor Plan First Floor Plan

The privacy and serenity of the street are preserved, while offering a new renovated house and profit opportunities to a new family. The house is designed in a way that enables privacy, natural light, cross ventilation and preserves traditions and cultural heritage.

Second Second Floor Floor Plan Plan Second Floor Plan

Softwares: Revit, Illustrator, Photoshop

Second Floor Plan

Third Third Floor Floor Plan Plan Third Floor Plan

[2] ground to third floor plan

Third Floor Plan

[2]

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First Year Master | Summer Term, 2018

n Plan

[1]

Sectional Perspective

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[1] sectional perspective


First Year Master | Summer Term, 2018

Southern Axo [2] southern axo

[2]

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First Year Master | Semester 2, 2018

[1]

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[1] view of the cabin


First Year Master | Semester 2, 2018

The Silent Cabin

unplug to recharge

Bee Breeders Competition

The silent meditation cabin has been designed to enter the competition: ‘Silent Meditation Forest Cabins’, run by ‘Bee Breeders’.

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The Cabin’s design originated from the idea of unplugging student’s mind to recharge the senses, while the cabin is unplugged from the grid to regenerate the earth. All of the pattern of Biophilic Architecture come together in order to create a place where students can escape from anxieties and stress.

East 1 : 50

Involuntary visual and non-visual connections to nature are established through simple daily activities and actions, which continuously relate the interior of the cabin to the surrounding wilderness. A free meditation space is offered inside and opens up towards an external deck, which become an extension of the internal mediation space.

1

Softwares: Revit, Illustrator, Photoshop

South 1 : 50

[2]

[2] north to west elevations

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First Year Master | Semester 2, 2018

timber cladding

Material connection with nature and thermal and airflow variability

dry pit toilet

Biodigrable, waterless and compostable toilet lowering environmental impacts

operable deck

Visual connection to natural elements, such as surrounding wilderness, water presence and natural light

solar panels

Solar renewable energy to power the cabin

operable openings

Visual, auditory, haptic, olfactory stimuli that engender a deliberate and positive reference to nature

rain water tank

Water conservation to provide water for the function of the cabin

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[1] patterns of biophilic architecture and sustainability


First Year Master | Semester 2, 2018

CLT Wall Panel Insulation

Timber Battens CLT Floor Panel Floor Joist Plywood Sheeting

Vertical Cladding Glulam Beam Water Proof Membrane Steel Angle

[2]

[2] construction detail

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First Year Master | Semester 2, 2018

[1]

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[1] view of the learning space and external area


First Year Master | Semester 2, 2018

Social Agency - Design Studio

Lake Pedder Wilderness Encampment

The Waldorf Wilderness Encampment

The wilderness encampment for high school students is located in South-West Tasmania. The encampment is meant to be an educational retreat. For this reason, concepts of biophilic architecture and anthroposophical architecture came together to support the educational experience that will be provided on the campus. The general layout is thought in a way that allows natural light, air and visual connections to nature in every part of the encampment. Simple circulation connects each area to another horizontally, while five staircases physically connect the three levels vertically, visually connecting each floor to the surrounding landscape. Some internal spaces open up towards external covered areas, providing additional or alternative educational areas. The wooden light structure of the encampment is equipped with solar panels on roofs and bifold shutter panels, making operational sustainability possible. Softwares: Revit, Autocad, Illustrator, Photoshop

[2]

[2] learning space floor plan

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First Year Master | Semester 2, 2018

[1]

[2]

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[1] accomodation concept diagrams [2] students and teachers accomodations


First Year Master | Semester 2, 2018

[3]

[3] view of students accomodation

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First Year Master | Semester 1, 2018

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[1] view of the covered external gathering space


First Year Master | Semester 1, 2018

1. Culture - Sharing fire

sharing fire

central fire

Social Agency - Design Studio surrounding

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Housing from the Living Land central s the fire

Art Facilities and Co-working spaces 2. Central fire and gathering

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central fire

Sharing fire establishes and strengthens catch rounded surrounding connections between people and nature. An the bre central space the fire uncovered and unpaved central space has been created for this purpose. This central fire area is encircled by a covered external gathering space and the facility’s building, leaving space to additional flexible external areas and opening to the community.

3. Surrounding the space

central fire

surrounding the fire

catching rounded rain To maximise breezes and cross ventilation, the the breezes central space protect buildings are opened to four sides through clerestory openings. Roof overhangs and paperbark windbreaks are provided where required in order to protect external areas from direct sun and heavy rain. In addition, the lightweight construction of timber framed walls has been combined with the heavy-weight rainconstruction of brick walls. strong winds

4. Maximizing access to breezes

nded l space

catching the breezes

protection

5. Sun and rain protection

catching the breezes

Softwares: Revit, Autocad, Illustrator, Photoshop

rain protection

6. Strong winds protection

rain [2] concept diagrams strong winds protection protection

protection

Thanks to this facilities, Yolgnu people will communicate in two ways: by talking in their languages and by demonstrating, singing, dancing and art.

strong winds protection

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[1] floor plan and section


First Year Master | Semester 1, 2018

[2]

[3]

[2] construction detail [3] main elevations

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First Year Master | Semester 1, 2018

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[1] exploded axonometric


First Year Master | Semester 1, 2018

[2]

[2] view of the women art and craf workshop

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First Year Master | Semester 1, 2018

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[1] view of the double height space


First Year Master | Semester 1, 2018

Construction Informatics (ICT & BIM)

BIM Enabled Bidding Assignment

A Sustainable House

The design of this three bedroom 2 storey house located in Austral had been carried out in order to create a complete bid document that covered potential construction costs and schedule, energy performance studies and BASIX sustainability principles. Client’s requirements and sustainability principles have guided the design of the house, which is organised around a double-height dining area, characterised by skylights and direct access to a patio. The well-lit living areas are located on the ground floor, where an alfresco area, a terrace and a backyard offer external partially covered gathering spaces. While the second floor is occupied by the bedrooms. The roofs have been designed in order to maximise solar exposure over the solar panels and to minimise direct sunlight over the fitted skylights. Every design feature conforms with a sustainability principle. Softwares: Revit, Illustrator, Photoshop

[2] [2] main short sections

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First Year Master | Semester 1, 2018

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[1] ground and first floor plan


First Year Master | Semester 1, 2018

[2]

[2] axonometric view

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Work Experience | Sydney, 2015-2016

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[1] This render has been generated by a render artist


Work Experience | Sydney, 2015-2016

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Work Experience | Sydney, 2015-2016

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[1] construction detail


Work Experience | Sydney, 2015-2016

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Work Experience | Sydney, 2015-2016

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Work Experience | Sydney, 2015-2016

Tay Son Residential Tower

Lava - Laboratory for visionary Architecture

Mixed use residential building

Tay Son Residential Towers is a luxurious design that rises from a commercial base of 5 floors. The shape of the two towers maximises natural light and ventilation, providing panoramic views for every apartment. The positioning of the apartments enhances their privacy. Every floor is wrapped by a wave-inspired facade that interacts with a solid fluid balustrade. Location: Hanoi, Vietnam Status: Unknown Task: Concept Design, Interior Design of every apartment, Redering and executive drawings. (Project Architect) Softwares: Rhino, Vray, Illustrator, Photoshop

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Work Experience | Sydney, 2015-2016

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[2] view of the corner bedroom


Work Experience | Sydney, 2015-2016

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Third Year Bachelor | Competition

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Third Year Bachelor | Competition

Arte Casa Competition

Flexibility. Spatiality. Adaptability.

The renovation of this apartment, which is located on the second floor of a residential building in the city centre of Lugano, stems from the desire to design an open and flexible plan, which allows for future growth and change. The free interior space is achieved by dividing the apartment through only three fixed elements and fitted wardrobes, which can be moved and re-assembled in different ways over time. This project won the third prize in a competition run by ‘Artecasa Lugano’ in 2016. Softwares: Rhino, Autocad,Vray, Photoshop

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Third Year Bachelor | Competition

Pianta scala 1:50

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[2] apartment floor plan


Third Year Bachelor | Competition

Pianta scala 1:50

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Sezione AA scala 1:50

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Sezione BB scala 1:50

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[3] section AA, section BB, section CC

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Third Year Bachelor | Competition

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Third Year Bachelor | Competition

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Third Year Bachelor | Semester 2, 2017

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[1] site and ground floor plan


Third Year Bachelor | Semester 2, 2017

Atelier Tropeano - Design Studio

Revitalization of the city of Wroclaw

Reuse of an Anglican Church

Wroclaw, a polish city which had been almost completely destroyed during WW2, had been partly rebuilt immediately after the end of the conflict. The site of the project is set in one of the least damaged districts located out of the city centre. Its urban aspect still lacks public and green spaces. The brief was to make some changes to the district by reusing one of the ancient existing buildings and creating public or green spaces. The main purpose was to define the sequence of public, semi-public and private spaces. A multipurpose space for cultural activities was designed in an ancient Anglican church. Foyer and dressing rooms were arranged into some existing buildings, while shops and rehearsal rooms were positioned into new designed edifices. Two semi-public courtyards and a green public space have also been created. Softwares: Rhino, Autocad, Illustrator, Photoshop

[2]

[2] concept diagram

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Third Year Bachelor | Semester 2, 2017

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[1] sectional perspective


Third Year Bachelor | Semester 2, 2017

[2]

[2] sections through foyer and multipurpose space

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Third Year Bachelor | Semester 2, 2017

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[1] main model


Third Year Bachelor | Semester 2, 2017

[2]

[2] site model

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Third Year Bachelor | Semester 1, 2016

[1]

60 [1] view of the gastronomic research centre


Third Year Bachelor | Semester 1, 2016

Atelier Sanchez Garcia - Design Studio Oposite Traces. Isla Mayor Open the city to the landscape

Isla Mayor is an ancient rural landscape area located in the south of Spain and surrounded by a multitude of rice fields. The vastness of the landscape contrasts with the solid, close and dense body of the city. The aim of the project is blurring boundaries and establishing connectivity between the city and the landscape. The buildings are arranged to visually extend the city’s axis towards the landscape. A small tapas bar, a restaurant and a gastronomic research centre are designed to promote the local agricultural production. The complexity of the design is achieved by using double or triple heights that increase the space. The metal structure is based on a squared or rectangular module that can be changed in dimensions in order to respond to the needs of every typology. Softwares: Rhino, Autocad, Illustrator, Photoshop, Maxwell

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[1] ground to terrace floor plan


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[2] sectional perspective

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[1] main model


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[2] view of the gastronomic research centre

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