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MARCELLO BARDI Energy Design Portfolio


Marcello Bardi

Building Engineer & Architect

Date of birth: 16/03/1989 +39 339 7751521 bardi.marcello@gmail.com Via Sostegno Sostegni 27 - ForlĂŹ (FC) - 47121 Italia


WORK EXPERIENCE 2018 ONGOING

2018

EDUCATION

| Building Engineer BIM Designer in Passive House standards. Analysis and Simulation of High Energy-Efficient Buildings. PROGRAMS: ArchiCAD, PHPP and CasaClima 2018 WEBSITE: www.michaeltribus,com

2014

University of Florence - UNIFI - Florence (FI), Italy. Interuniversity Centre ABITA Bioecological Architecture Technological Innovation for the Environment

Engineers Professional Council - Bologna (BO), Italy.

| Intern

Michael Tribus Architecture - Lana (BZ), Italy.

Enabled to practice engineering. Engineers Professional Council of Bologna. 2008 2016

| Single cycle Masters Degree

2013 2014

| OVERSEAS Program

2011 2012

| ERASMUS Program

Alma Mater Studiorum, Bologna University - Bologna (BO), Italy. in Buildin Engineering and Architecture, (MSc Eng + MSc Arch).

| Project Manager Jump Communication - Forlì (FC), Italy. Creating an innovative Startups for digital communication. Role of direct relationship with the customer and coordinator of the Agency’s graphic team.Experience in the management of personnel and administration of the company. PROGRAMS: Excel and Adobe Creative Cloud. WEBSITE: www,jumpgroup,it

| Intern

PUC Minas - Belo Horizonte (MG), Brazil. Departamento de Engenharia Civil e Departamento de Arquitetura e Urbanismo,

NOVA - Lisbon, Portugal. Departamento de Engenharia Civil, Faculdade de Ciências e Tecnologia,

Contorno Arquitectura e Engenharia - Belo Horizonte (MG), Brazil. Illustrator and 3D designer of workers residences, restaurants and fields of solar panels for the VALE plantation in numerous locations in Brazil. PROGRAMS: Revit, SketchUP e AutoCAD.

COMPUTER SKILLS

LANGUAGE

AutoCAD

Revit

3Ds Studio

ArchiCAD

Design Builder

iOS

Micorsoft Office Adobe Creative Cloud Mold Dynamic 3d

100%

and

| Professional Engineer Council

2016

Concept and Architectural Design in Passive House standards. Analysis and Simulation of High Energy-Efficient Buildings. PROGRAMS: Archicad, PHPP and CasaClima 2018 WEBSITE: www.michaeltribus,com 2016 2018

| Second level Master

2017 2018

Michael Tribus Architecture - Lana (BZ), Italy.

SketchUp TerMus-G Wordpress

75%

50%

PROFESSIONAL SKILLS

C2

C1

Italian Mother tongue

English Advanced Level

C1

B1

Portuguese Advanced Level

Spanish Intermediate Level

Problem Solving Stress Management

Teamwork

Sense of Initiative


Carducci Primary School Empoli, IT Retrain of the building envelope

Made in collaboration with Arch. Daniele Galuppi and Eng. Alessio Schiano


WALLS STRATIGRAPHY

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WALL “A”: 1 · internal plaster 2 · Prefabricated concrete panel 3 · Steam barrier membrane in aluminized polyethylene 4 · Expanded polystyrene sheet extruded in plates 5 · Wood fiber insulating panel

We were asked to retrain the Primary School “Carducci” building envelope through the use of energy efficient technologies characterized by high architectural quality, proposing creative and innovative design solutions to give new image to the school. The building is in prefabricated reinforced concrete with space frames, built between 1954 and 1988, designed to accommodate an elementary school and a nursery school. The costruction is on two floors above ground: the vertical structural elements consist of 32 pillars 36x36cm (net of finishes) on the ground floor and 20 pillars 36x36cm on the first floor. The school is located within the urban network of Empoli, in Tuscany, corresponding to the Climatic Zone “D”. Here we have 1658 GG (Degree-Day), temperatures ranging from 0 °C to 31.5 °C and External Relative Humidity from 28.3 to 50.0% throughout the year. The daily temperature range in the summer months is 12 °C. After collecting the data from the climatic zone, we carried out a more detailed bioclimatic analysis on the building. The most disadvantageous situation is created in the winter, with strong winds of coming from north/north-east. As for rainfall, the most critical period is always the winter one with a maximum peak in November (100 mm). Using the online Sun Earth Tool program, we took the sun diagram for the maximum and minimum solar irradiation period, respectively on June 21st and December 21st. For each of the days indicated above, we studied the incidence of the sun’s rays and the relative shading in three different time slots: 9:00am, 12:00pm and 3:00pm. It is clear that the maximum incidence is reached on June 21st at noon with a tilt of 70°, while the minimum on December 21st at 9:00am with an inclination of 9°. In the analysis of the shadows we considered the surrounding buildings but we found that none of these significantly obscures the school complex. From the architectural point of view, we found several critical points. The building shows up a state of evident degradation, with different portions of the façade quite damaged, to be maintained or even to be replaced. The chromatic inhomogeneity of the building is very evi-

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KNAUF® Aquapanel Outdoor sheet Schüco® ASS50 window Aluminum uprights EcoScreen® Exterior Perforated Screenwall Panels

dent, probably caused by a limited freedom in the architectural composition deriving from the construction technology used, which shows the lack of unity between the architectural elements in the design. This compositional disorder leads to the total lack of visual references, which do not help the user experience within the complex. After a careful analysis of the current situation, we did a research on the most suitable technologies to be used for the energy improvement of the building. For the opaque vertical infills we decided to adopt the wall proposed by Knauf. The chosen coating, Aquapanel Outdoor, provides a thermal insulation on the facade, with slabs in fiber-reinforced cement, with characteristics of durability, resistance to water and weathering, making the laying of the insulating materials very simple. We used a 50 mm thick Fibertherm wood fiber produced by BetonWood as insulating material. For the covering of the roof slab we decided to use a green roof of the DAKU company. We chose a standard type of Extensive Roof, which guarantees the best compromise between weight, thickness and water self-sufficiency among the extensive green roof systems taken into account. We proposed it without the irrigation system: this condition helps to minimize the growth of weeds and allows to reduce maintenance costs. A layer of insulation has been added to the standard green roof package made of extruded polystyrene (XPS) to comply with regulatory limitations. The main purpose of this intervention was to give back some color unit to the building, going to cover it with a “second skin” that made it visually compact and uniform. The elements of major disturbance, such as entrance sheds and fire escape ladder, have been treated with colors lit and strong shapes, turning them from critical points into strengths in the composition of the building. Despite the choices of coating have been diversified for the transparent and opaque walls (wall “A” and wall “B”), we focused on the continuity of the façades as the main objective in order to obtain a result aesthetically pleasing with a minimally invasive intervention.


BIOCLIMATIC ANALYSIS 100 mm 30 gg

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> 5°C < 15°C

APRIL

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Library BIM modeling and Design Builder dynamic simulation Made in collaboration with Arch. Daniele Galuppi, Eng. Alessio Schiano and Arch. Matteo Pagliuca


For this work we were asked to model a library and to use a dynamic simulation tool to energy retain the building. As a start we shaped the library using Revit Software, which allowed us to design the digital representation of physical and functional characteristics of the library. Hereafter we have taken part to an energy competition. The task consists in the preparation of a “professional” report that describes and illustrates the benefits in terms of energy savings and efficiency solutions applied to economic model of building-plant for library use. The choices made were measured through dynamic simulations that have demonstrated their effectiveness in terms of energy, allowing us to calculate the time of simple economic return of the investment. All the simulation were made using Desing Builder software. The efficiency strategies that was adopted was chosen by assessing cost benefits which takes into consideration the energy performance, the savings achieved and the cost of the intervention through the financial analysis of the turn-around simple time. The aims were: • Minimize energy consumption per year (amount of gas and electricity) for heating, cooling and lighting • Minimize the intervention’s economic return (simple payback = work cost/fuel cost saved in one year compared to the base case)

Final solution with windows

Scheda finale di sintesi – Applicazione e simulazione congiunta di tutti gli interventi selezionati Lista degli interventi REN 1 REN 2.1 REN 2.2 REN 3 + 4 REN 5 REN 6

ISOLAMENTO PARETI VERTICALI + COPERTURA SOSTITUZIONE INFISSI IN PVC INSERIMENTO SCHERMATURE FRANGISOLE A PALE FISSE IMPIANTO DI CLIMATIZZAZIONE ESTATE/INVERNO VMC + POMPA DI CALORE INSERIMENTO VMC CON RECUPERATORE DI CALORE IMPIANTO DI ILLUMINAZIONE A LED

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Risultati conseguiti Consumo risc. (kWh) Consumo raff. (kWh) Consumo illum. (kWh) 4059,58 3136,14 1951,73 Rid. consumo risc. (kWh) Rid. consumo raff. (kWh) Rid. consumo ill. (kWh) 81967,37 12790,82 23209,56 Spesa per risc.(€) Spesa per raff. (€) Spesa per ill. (€) 751,02 580,19 361,07 Risparmio spesa risc. (€) Risparmio spesa raff. (€) Risparmio spesa illu. (€) 6131,13 2366,30 4293,77 (B) Costo intervento (€) 241306,32 Tempo di ritorno semplice (anni) (B/A) 18,87

Consumo totale(kWh) 9147,45 Rid. consumo tot. (kWh) 117967,75 Spesa totale (€) 1692,28 (A) Risparmio spesa tot. (€) 12791,21

Nella tabella sopra riportata è espressa la soluzione progettuale più completa che, nonostante un investimento economico oneroso, presenta un tempo di ritorno semplice basso (meno di 19 anni), ottime

With a limited intervention range: • Thermal insulation of the building envelope opaque • Replacing existing transparent surfaces with new high energy efficiency transparent surfaces, with solar control characteristics and optimum light transmission • Solar shading • Integrate control systems for natural ventilation • Integration of green roofs • PCM integration (optional) • Replace the boiler with a more efficient one or with a heat pump • Replace the cooling system with a more efficient • Insert heat recovery devices on controlled mechanical ventilation system The building of departure was not retrained and represents a possible technological configuration typical of centuries of construction prior to the introduction of the first legislation on reducing energy consumption in buildings. It has a great open volume in the ground floor, corrisponding to reading room, that has a large glass wall that cover the whole south surface. The interventions proposed can be classified into the categories used in Italian APE. It was mandatory to adopt strategies that are equally distributed among the categories in table 1.0: at least one intervention by category, unless the results demonstrate that, in a particular category, no intervention has convenience economical. There are no affordable efficiency strategies that have excessively long turnaround times — over the useful life of the component (30 years for building components and 15 year parts plant components). We have been create a remuse box of each of the upper sections, underlining the power saving of the solution and the corresponding economical investment. The bottom red number represent the simple return time of the investment. At the bottom side of the previouse page is possible to see the table representing the final solutions we have proposed for the Library. The first solution (the left table) involves vertical walls and flat roof insulation, windows replacements, inserting shielding sunblinds with fixed blades, air conditioning summer/winter plant with MVS and heating pump, MVS with heating recovery system, LED lighting system; with a simple payback of the investment of 18 years.


100000 €, a discapito però del comfort interno degli ambienti.

This was chosen as the best solution of the competion.

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INTERVENTION

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Building - Opaque casing

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Building - Trasparent casing

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Shields

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Winter air conditioning system

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Summer air conditioning system

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Local exhaust ventilation

Table 1.0

Scheda finale di sintesi – Applicazione e simulazione congiunta di tutti gli interventi selezionati Lista degli interventi REN 1 REN 2.2 REN 3 + 4 REN 5 REN 6

ISOLAMENTO PARETI VERTICALI + COPERTURA INSERIMENTO SCHERMATURE FRANGISOLE A PALE FISSE IMPIANTO DI CLIMATIZZAZIONE ESTATE/INVERNO VMC + POMPA DI CALORE INSERIMENTO VMC CON RECUPERATORE DI CALORE IMPIANTO DI ILLUMINAZIONE A LED

Risultati conseguiti Consumo risc. (kWh) Consumo raff. (kWh) Consumo illum. (kWh) 11584,77 3984,37 1427,37 Rid. consumo risc. (kWh) Rid. consumo raff. (kWh) Rid. consumo ill. (kWh) 74442,18 11942,59 23734,59 Spesa per risc.(€) Spesa per raff. (€) Spesa per ill. (€) 2143,18 737,11 264,06 Risparmio spesa risc. (€) Risparmio spesa raff. (€) Risparmio spesa illu. (€) 4738,97 2209,38 4390,78 (B) Costo intervento (€) 155437,32 Tempo di ritorno semplice (anni) (B/A) 13,71 Final solution without windows

Consumo totale(kWh) 16996,51 Rid. consumo tot. (kWh) 110119,36 Spesa totale (€) 3144,35 (A) Risparmio spesa tot. (€) 11339,13


Asilo Nido Baloo/Bagheera Firenze,IT Energy AUDIT Made in collaboration with Arch. Daniele Galuppi and Eng. Alessio Schiano


Asilo Nido Baloo/Bagheera via dell’Agnolo 74 Florence (FI) Italy

Purpose of this work was to evaluate the energy consumption of the nursery Baloo/Bagheera. The nursery, which was originally called “Central Ward”, was built in 1952/1955 and was therefore one of the first kindergartens fiorentini; was renovated and expanded between 2006 and 2007 and further changes were done in 2012. The entrance of the nursery Baloo/Bagheera is in Via dell’agnolo 74, corner with Via Michelangelo Buonarroti. Looks like a “E”: the main body is facing South and is located on the main street, the three arms face the inner courtyard with a Northern exposure, two of which are adjacent to another building. The building is spread in elevation on two levels above ground (ground floor and first floor) and a third basement for technical rooms and the garage which is accessible via a ramp in the backyard. The main façade of 26.50 m is in white plaster and has a basement of blocks of stone Bush hammered by 1.50 m in height which reaches the string courses of the first level in the corner to the East and the prospect of Via Michelangelo Buonarroti. The building has a horizontal division is determined by the setting of the first stone stringcourse and reentrant metal railing from the balcony level. The entrance at street level consists of a large window with full height and iron shutters on all three floors there are openings in axis with a pitch of 2 m between them that they become doors for access to the loggia on the top floor. Part of the frames of the South elevation and towards the inner courtyard were replaced in the last renovations of the 2012 two-Chamber glass. The sloping roof recently renovated (2008) was made of tiles. The corners of the structure at the main facade to the South there are stairwells between the three levels of the building. The internal distribution provides a lift in the lobby listed in the operations of the 2006-2007 and a small staircase that leads to the mezzanine. This level is the main concourse dividing the rooms allocated to the Secretariat and the staff changing rooms to the East, and the classrooms of children on the West side of the school. The entire first floor accommodates classrooms, rooms for children’s meals and toilets. While in the

basement are intended for all service areas, such as locker rooms, industrial kitchen and pantry, deposits, boiler room, and the unloading area and garage. The thermal power station is accessible from the outside and overlooking the courtyard of the school. The basement and ground floor heating is provided through radiators, unlike the first floor where the heating and cooling system is provided by fan coil. The methodology used included a first phase of preliminary data collection relating to the site. After a diagnosis limits and framing of those involved went to analyze the Thermo-physical characteristics of the building envelope and the plants present. For each of the energy flows involved were then collected consumer data from invoices and/ or dedicated counters. The analysis of energy bills has helped define the building-system. Correction parameters, adjustment factors are the physical parameters of the building: square meters, cubic meters and degree day. Proposals for action to improve building energy management and get more or less significant savings on electricity bills. The proposals were divided into three levels, depending on their level of intervention costs. • Staff training the correct management of the building. • Replacement of existing lighting with LED lamps. • Install heat reflective insulating mats (in the cavity between the radiator and the wall). • Analysis of the behaviour of the building envelope and the possible intervention of improvement. • Installation VMC in decentralized system with heat exchanger. Please note that assessments made about the energy savings achievable and cost-related economic benefits the implementation of interventions are based on information available


to us, current consumption on some information techniques found in the field.

Distribution of consumption electric vector

Distribution of consumption of the electric vector excluding fan coils

Power costs

Gas and Power consuption.


Pinocchio Children Library Pescia, IT Architectural competition, AYC Made in collaboration with Arch. Valentina Cavalli and Arch. Caterina Spadoni


THE SITE

The first vision of collodi ishe large villa that stands on the village behind that’s lying on the hills of Lucca. The site is at the foot of the villa, divided by the river and adjacent to the Pinocchio’s theme The park The garden The city the park the garden the city park. The intrinsic necessity of the project was to connecting these areas, strongly characterized as they detached from each other. The project unfolds along the whole area of THE STRATEGY AND THE FORM the paper mill, crossing the river and making it walkable, connecting the lower town to the Pinocchio park, a green museum area, with sculptheincipit incipit the centre thestory story The The center The tures by different artists. first vision of Collodi is the large villa that stands on the village behind, that’s lying on The library is designed by thr cricket jump, ju-The the hills of Lucca. mping as a real connection of spaces and con-The site is at the foot of the villa, divided by the river and adjacent to the Pinocchio’s theme nection to the collective consciousness repre-park. The intrinsic necessity of the project was to connecting these areas, strongly characterized sented by the books kept inside it, that sameas they detached from each other. grasshopper as social unfolds along the whole area conscience of the paper mill, crossing the river and making conscience that is metaphor in the insect fun-The projectthe it walkable, connecting the lower town to his path asthe thePinocchio library park, a green museum area, with damental character, in Collodi’s tale. sculptures by different artists. The reading of the book has led us to divide theThe library is designed by the cricket jump, jumping as a real connection of spaces and story into 6 parts, then declined in the 6 spacesconnection to the collective consciousness represented by the books kept inside it, that same conscience that is metaphor in the insect fundamental character, in Collodi’s tale. that theme the library. The reading of the book has led us to divide the story into 6 parts, then declined in the 6 The six blocks, different for interaction with thespaces that theme the library (see next page). books contained, reading modes and spaces forThe six blocks, different for interaction with the books contained, reading modes and spaces for playing and learning for the little ones, are linked by a path that continually detaplaying and learning for the little ones, are lin-ches from the ground and returns, connecting the two floors of the building. ked by a path that continually detaches from theThe raised path represents the hope, that savage flight that shows how big the world is how strong you can feel, that will that never leaves Pinocchio, until finally brings him ground and returns, connecting the two floorsand to becomes a child. of the building.


THE LIBRARY AS THE FAIRY TAIL

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BEHAViOUR

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ABC book/ fire eater

opportunism / altruism

wood warm colour

acute angle triangle

cat and the fox/ murderers

greed / generosity

glass bright colour and dark

game of mirrors

labour bees island/ green fisherman

recklessness / istint

green

pounds and pools

blue fairy/ miracolâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s field

stubborness / determination

steel concrete

empty space

grape/ farmer

honesty / dishonesty

wood bright colour

various dimensions

toyland/ shark

lazyness / courage

fluo color

hills

birdâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s flight/ found dad

hope

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