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_PROFILE born in May 18th, 1986 in Mantova, Italy domiciled in Via Gazzoli 13 , Cavriana [MN] 46040 telephone +39 3382727776 e-mail martina.mambrin@ymail.com

TRAINING EXPERIENCES Graduated in Architecture at Politecnico di Milano_Piacenza campus with 109/110 Sustainability of large scale architecture Theme study: Soil areas. Strategies of transformation in the marginal city between infrastructure and public space.Sagrera_Barcellona Partecipated to Socrates/Erasmus Program at Universidad del Pais Vasco_Bilbao_Spain Graduated in Environmental Architecture at Politecnico di Milano_Piacenza Campus with 105/110 Theme study: A masterplan for the Madonnina district. Piacenza Graduated in Liceo Classico Linguistico Virgilio Mantova with 78/100 KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS SO Windows Mac Suite Adobe [Photoshop, Illustrator, Indesign] Office [Word, Excel, Powerpoint] Autocad Revit


_TABLE OF CONTENTS

SOIL AREAS

KINDERGARTEN

STRATEGIES OF TRANSFORMATION IN THE MARGINAL CITY BETWEEN INFRASTRUCTURE AND PUBLIC SPACE THESIS PROJECT 2011

ARCHITECTURAL AND URBAN DESIGN STUDIO 2008

SURVEY ON EXPANSIONS

SURVEY ON POSSIBILITIES

INTERIORS DESIGN 2010

IC SUSTAINABLE BUILDING SUSTAINABLE SYSTEMS 2010

PICTURING “HOME FOR ALL”

INTERIORS DESIGN 2010

Survey on expansions

COMPETITION 2011

Survey on expansions


_SOIL AREAS

STRATEGIES OF TRANSFORMATION IN THE MARGINAL CITY BETWEEN INFRASTRUCTURE AND PUBLIC SPACE

thesis project 2011 The thesis involves a project concerning the transformation of the marginal areas, with a special attention to the great urban infrastructural projects. The context of the project is the border area of Barcelona, characterized by big settlements transformations, related with the new high-speed railway project at Sagrera. It also involves the transformations of the Placa de las Glorias and the Ciutadella area and seeks to create a harmonious relationship between these areas through urban intervention. The theme of the project in particular, is oriented towards the designing of a complex architectural organism, in relation

with spatial, social and technical aspects.


_KINDERGARTEN

architectural and urban design studio 2008 Thanks to Space Syntax Method, with the analysis of the main axis and the convex map it reveals problems and potentialities of the city of Rottofreno, Piacenza. The aim of the project is the redevelopment of the south part of the conurbation with a new school complex. It focused expecially on a new kindergarten and the public spaces related to this.


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1.ENTRANCE | 2.SECRETARY | 3.TEACHERS AREA 12.SAND AREA | 13.GLASSHOUSE

| 4.CANTEEN | 5.KITCHEN | 6.STORE

7.HALL | 8.PATIO | 9.DORM | 10.CLASS | 11.WC |

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ic sustainable systems 2010 The objective of the project is a sustainable approach during the design process, it concerns preventives analysis about context, green spaces, climatic factors, shape and orientation of the building. The study focused on the use of shading devices on a linear building situated in Piacenza.

CONTEXT ANALISYS

_SUSTAINABLE BUILDING

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PROPOSTA SISTEMA DEL VERDE

CLIMATIC ANALISYS

GREEN ANALISYS

ESSENZE ARBOREE PER SISTEMA DEL VERDE


SHAPE AND ORIENTATION

CLIMATIC ANALISYS


_SURVEY ON EXPANSIONS interiors design 2010 One unit in Elemental Quinta Monroy in Unique (Chile) will host the studio of a young architecture/design firm Program 1. offices for residential and guest employees 2. meeting room/ exibition space 3. canteen/ model room 4. architect apartments Model The model will show the different configuations of the versatile studio scale 1:50


_SURVEY ON POSSIBILITIES interiors design 2010 5 parcels 21 x 7.4 m each Boundaries N - Neighbour parcel E - Panorama S - Neighbour panorama W - Country road Program 1. hush-hush car park 2. lavish king bed 3. lustful waters 4. mesmerizing fireplace 5. intimate garden


_PICTURING “HOME FOR ALL” competition 2011

Dear Friend, The rainy season, known as Tsuyu in Japan, has begun. We have been engaging in various supportive activities for the affected people by the earthquake that struck Japan on March 11. Currently a number of people in the disaster areas have lost their homes and have been forced to live in temporary housings. We have been working on making a space called the “Home-for-All” which acts as a small living room for the people affected. A place with sofas and tables where people can go sit and talk, maybe read a book or newspaper over coffee. Toyo Ito



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