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Marco Merigo

Via Santuario, 15 - 25016 - Ghedi (Brescia) - Italy - email: marco2185@gmail.com

Architectural design Portfolio


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CV Marco Merigo Via Santuario 15, 25016, Ghedi (Brescia), Italy tel: +39 3339224007 email: marco2185@gmail.com

SKILLS

language

italian mother tongue english proficient

programs

Archicad,Autocad,Revit Architecture,ArchGIS Artlantis,3dsmax* Adobe After Effects, Adobe Encore, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe InDesign, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Premiere Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Powerpoint)

*learning

WORK EXPERIENCE

March 2012 onwards

Oct 2010-March 2012

Aug 2010-Dec 2010

EDUCATION

Students assistant Politecnico di Milano_Piacenza Campus Course of Analysis of urban morphology and building typologies - Professors Guya Bertelli-Juan Carlos Dall’Asta 1st year of bachelor Students assistant Politecnico di Milano_Piacenza Campus Laboratory of architectural and urban design - Professor Juan Carlos Dall’Asta 3rd year of bachelor Office Internship Silvano Buzzi & Associati srl (http://www.buzziassociati.it) Experience on projects and international competitions as part of design team from project inception to executive design

Aug 2008-June 2009

Designer Architect Gaetano Bertolazzi Involved as part of a design team in design competitions, technical drawings site assistance and in drafting reports as legal documents

Sept 2004-July 2008

Designer Architetti Associati di Lazzaro e Serpelloni srl Design team to work on design and detailing of residence, offices, commercial buildings, restoration works, on site assistance and dreafting reports as legal documents for Brescia

2009-2011

Masters of Architecture Politecnico di Milano Score 110 cum laude/110

Course of Large Scale Sustainable Buildings

2006-2009

Bachelor in Architecture Politecnico di Milano Score: 109/110

Course of Architecture and Society


COMPETITIONS 01_Reading between Lines 02_What’s NExT 03_New school building 04_High school campus

WORKS 05_Hotel, restaurant and winery 06_Office building and parking lots

ACADEMIC 07_Living the border 08_Brera in brera museum 09_Residence for 4 architecture students


01 Design Team

Reading Between Lines design competition result: honorable mention

Marco Merigo, Juan Carlos Dall’Asta Gutierrèz, Salah El Deen Fahmi, Ruchi Varma

Project Location

Daegu, South Korea

Year

2012


The contemporary city is whirled with potential energy and tangible and intangible fluxes. Composed as states of natural and artificial, these fluxes lie between the soil and the sky. A city seeking a foundation of learning and knowledge in its social sphere invests in community life and its people as the human capital, tapping this inherent potential as an opportunity to put forward the path of change. The city with such aspirations focuses on an invisible separation that lies between the realm of architecture and the public domain. It is here where learning cultivates. An architecture that celebrates communal and collective values. The evolution of the library inclined more to the public space of appearance ensures its dependence on the changes in socioenvironmental conditions. A public space not enforced but that encourages participation. With a precedence to natural setting as an important criteria in Korean architecture, the idea of a library gains permanence by its urbanistic dimension to innovate and introduce a new form in the permanent landscape of the city. The integration with this setting is the READING BETWEEN LINES

Resultant section The form of the line creates the governing section of the building that creates volumes and views, both exterior and interior, for a quality interiorized public space.

The precedence of natural setting for the siteemergence of the transverse line from mountain to river

The surrounding urban condition with the governing trace of transverse line over site

The urban block and the site

Mapping the footprint of the building according to surrounding urban block. Use of the green park (existing) to create an interval between the road and the building.

The transversal line changes conditions within signing into the public space, changing the form within the building and ending towards the mountain line. The height of the building is therefore raised than the surrounding building to terminate visually to Ahn mountain.

MOUNTAIN URBAN NATURE WATER SOIL

THE GOVERNING ELEMENTS

FOLDING

INTERFERENCE

ENGAGEMENT (harmony with nature)

BETWEEN THE LINES (where spaces evolve)


view towards the mountain

internal floors

accessibility and creation of public space turning the element

internal street raised floor

excavating the soil raised floor creation of public spaces external public space

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01 public space - ramp 02 multipurpose room 03 culture classroom 04 exhibition spaces 05 bathroom - connections 06 internal courts 07 electrical room 08 labs 09 infopoint - library 10 parking

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lifelong study room Reading between lines is an architectonic medium through which the internal court collective dimension and the communal aspiration of the city reflects upon information desk learning andwaterknowledge. It overlaps many activities with the function of bodies the library, pro-activating the dialogue between the interior and the exterior office spaces. It indicates preservation room the building of a landmark intercepting the lines of the internal streetfluxes of knowledge and information. A landmark marking city grid with the the eastern children edgeroomof the city of Daegu with a language not contesting with its general collection room surrounding but permeable and harmonizing with nature. Is an experience service block (elevator, stairs, toilets) that investigates the idea of library gaining permanence by its urbanistic dimension. parking It focuses on the evolution of the library as an interiorized public landscape space, reflecting change and a city’s ever seeking pursuit for the eternal public space utopia. A public space that is not enforced but that encourages participation, that contributes in the formation of fundamentals of a knowledge seeking society, offering spaces to meet, exchange and learn. 5

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service block (elevator, stairs, toilets)

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parking

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Functional program diagram 09 Digital Data room

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reading area

quiet room

interactive spaces

Children room

multipurpose data corner

children corner infant corner

book search copy room

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periodical room

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Knowledge access 1.156 m2

exhibitions

culture classroom

Events & activities 432 m2

The architectural expression and energy saving

The north east corner gives a city face to the building with vertical shading device creating an edge between the entrance, court and the outer plaza. Application of external wooden skin for the preservation room and recessed glass façade for offices at 3.5m level.

An use of available resources in the best manner facilitates an intelligent building. The rain water (in Korea is a precious resource)is collected in tanks used for irrigating the green areas. The grey water is treated and used for same purposes. Solar panels are placed of the roof to use solar energy and reduce the consumption of energy from the city grid. The heating system and cooling system run inside the fase ceiling and this works with the circulation of water through the heat pump proposed to run using geothermal energy.

Wall facing south creating a city face and blocking the south sun. Light filters through the gap between the mass creating adequate lighting conditions and preventing harsh heat.

Wall facing south creating a city face and blocking the south sun for the reading area. For above floors the uniform skin continues to filter light into the children’s’ area.

solar panels

heating system

The vertical shading device continue on to shade the reading spaces and the children room from the south and the west sun.

The vertical shading device reduce the heat gain and energy exchange is achieved through courts facilitating natural exchange of air. Use of solar energy reduces burden on resources for consumption.

cooling system rainwater & grey water sewage water acqueduct water purified water

The uniform vertical shading device continues to screen the sun and filter in light in west and north for good reading conditions and children’s room above. The north face acts as the city face as the backdrop of city and its public activities.

photovoltaic panels

photovoltaic panels

natural exchange of air

geothermal system heat pumps irrigation public green areas clean water

tank & filters

public sewage

electric machines

solar rays reflected by the external shading device

multipurpose spaces


- photovoltaic panels (slope 6%) mounted on rectangular aluminium tubulars (section dim. 100x40x1.5 mm) fixed to slab in concrete with screws and covered with impermeabilization

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stock room meeting room

office desks

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toilets

info/desk 24h reservation

- double "L" steel plate to anchor the brise-soleil structure to the reinforced concrete structure on the slabs at face

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parking area

check in check out

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- internal shading device made of white tissue

- curtain wall composed by double glazing and interspace 6+12+6 mm (glass joints in silicon resin) with spider joints supported by Ø15mm ropes, fixed on to reinforced concrete structural elements (with a possible adjustment of the tension of the rope with the screw at the base)

- parapet formed by two glued glass fixed with screws to the reinforced concrete beam

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- Ø80 mm 10mm thk galvanized steel tubulars passing through the vertical brise soleil

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Main lobby / common functions 1.140 m2 380

- floating paving with a core of compressed wood boards finished with porcelain - galvanized steel legs to support the floating paving - 4+4cm thick EPS panels for thermal insulation - reinforced concrete structure with Ø12mm steel trusses and welded wire mesh (mesh dim. 10x10 cm Ø8mm) - aluminium structure made of tubulars, fixed to the structural slab for the suspension of the false ceiling - false ceiling made of composite panel made of a mixture of glues and finished like wood (colour: white with wood finish) - interior LED lights embedded inside the radiant panels system +3,50 - external space for piping passage formed by screed in slope and covered with anti-root waterproofing membrane

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Administration and related services 476 m2

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director room

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+3,00 - prefabricated aluminium element with internal thermal insulation (avoiding thermal bridges) at the base of the curtain wall

- reinforced concrete structure with Ø12mm steel trusses and welded wire mesh (mesh dim. 10x10 cm Ø8mm) (light grey coloured) - 8 cm thick internal thermal insulation made of UPS panels - fluorescent lighting embedded in acoustic insulation package - "U" shape galvanized steel profiles for the mounting of the acoustic panels - sound-absorbing panels (thickness 40 mm) composed of acoustic insulation and coating laminated wood

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- 300x50x1180mm brise-soleil made of internal linear steel 1150x150x20mm structure and external composite panel made of a mixture of glues and finished with 15mm thick fake wood, fixed to the steel structure with non-visible rivets (colour: white with wood finish)

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- floating paving with a core of compressed wood boards finished with porcelain - galvanized steel legs to support the floating paving - 8cm thick light weight concrete forming the steps of the stair and creating an uniform base for the laying of the floating paving - inclined slab (multipurpose room) formed by reinforced concrete, with 10x10cm Ø8mm double mesh - self-levelling light concrete for the laying of the structural slab - tout-venant gravel - bituminous waterproofing membrane placed "in cold" - reinfrorced concrete foundation - 10 cm thick light concrete for uniform distribution of vertical loads

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storytelling

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electric room

double layer of impermeabilization with anti-root treatment light weight concrete for the slope of the slab (thickness 3/8 cm) 8 cm thick EPS panels for thermal insulation reinforced concrete structure with Ø12mm steel trusses and welded wire mesh (mesh dim. 10x10cm Ø8mm) - tubular aluminium structure, fixed to the structural slab for the suspension of the false ceiling - false ceiling made of radiant panel (heating system) and covered by wood fiber form panels - interior LED lights embedded inside the radiant panels system

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02 Design Team

Marco Merigo, Ruchi Varma, Salah El Deen Fahmi

Project Location New Delhi, India

Year

2012

What’s NExT

Horizontal Farm design competition result: finalist project


what’s Never Extinct Truth

An agrarian economy. An inception of its new colonial capital. It’s 100 years now since New Delhi has celebrated itself as the capital of pre and post independence era. It was thoughtfully conceived as a tabula rasa based on the utopian idea of Ebenzer Howard’s Garden city concept (1898). A mark of establishment, a point of arrival for the British Power to build a new city near the ancient city of Old Dilli which transcended into a new language of urban design and architecture in India. The nature of architecture had to transform. The British missed out on social and economic factors that one can easily identify and see in the by lanes of Old Dilli. The experiential dimension of a specific place, interpersonal public spaces cultivating culture and exchange; the human scale of the interlocking streets, the blushing everyday life rendered over a neutral urban landscape; a sample of Indian city life. NExT investigates within the architectural domain, the genetic code of the urban block set in Lutyens’ New Delhi that can infuse the potential nature of agrarian India as an answer to Indian agro-urban life.

NExT?

This urban block in British Delhi is isotropic in character solved with the process of excavation. What constitutes the genetics of this urban block? The block of built spaces is generated through the idea of excavation to achieve the constituency of its grain. The programmatic volume of 250,000 m3 with a height of 30m at which the panoramic skyline of the low height high density city can be viewed. The introvert character of the block is obtained by removal of a heavy mass which transforms as the inner street connecting the entire mass.

Removal of large chunks of the block to enhance permeability with visual and physical fluxes.

Further excavation of qualitative public spaces and units that together constitute the main component of the DNA of the block . This achieves the chaotic and charming volumetric dimension of an Indian township.

Enhancing bio-climatically, the block answers to light and air by removal of larger volumes.

Ancient Delhi

Colonial Delhi

Modern Delhi

Contemporary Delhi

A provocation. Slums are not something to be hidden. Screen are added to give the identity of a farm fence housing a microenvironment within the larger city. The screen houses the service pipes and required structural support.


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Volumes aggregation & creation of public spaces


Functional program

Sustainability schemes

drinkable water 60 l/day x person

public farm

residences + craft shops public spaces + private farm

photovoltaic panels

rainwater 80 cm/m2 x year

farm+labs 15 m2 x person

$$$

livestock 2,1kg/day x person

400 houses

tanks + filters

recycling centre

400 houses

farm

organic

wetland 2,5 m2 x person

imhoff tank + filters

used water 2012

street + semiprivate farm

filter building (storage)

$$$ municipality

undifferentiated

livestock

waste 1,4 kg/day x person

recycling material

recycling centre

money 2022

$$$ livestock

crop labs (aeroponic + hydroponic)

2012 400 houses

crop labs (aeroponic + hydroponic)

2022 sun

public farm The shape of building offers shade to the internal court to encourage its maximum usage in hot summer months.

ground footprint gathering space

2012

During the winter months, through the excavation of the main volume, the interior spaces receive light and heat necessary for both farm and living areas.

2022

wetland tanks + filters

2032

Removal of large mass from the block enhances air flow and visual permeability. The excavation 2032 of mass for the internal street streamlines the wind coming from south west direction into the building and large voids help its circulation and natural ventilation.

money

photovoltaic panels

recycling centre 2032

energy 160 kWh/day

The softscaped farm at the lower and the roof level regulates the temperature , and the internal gardens, green roofs and farms generates a micro climate of the building essentially complementing living in a farm unlike the hardscaped-city outside its boundary.


03 Design Team

Silvano Buzzi & Associati srl

Project Location

Berlingo, Brescia, Italy

Year

2010

New School Building design competition result: special mention


The site offered by the local administration was surrounded by a belt of poplar trees. The idea was to involve the existing nature within the solid architecture. The strategy was to sculpt the ground in two different directions. The first one is vertical and it allows the creation of a wide courtyard while the second one is horizontal and houses arcades and spaces connecting the main units. Four sleeves surround the central garden-court and are composed of two buildings comprising all school offices, the home room and other two blocks completing the whole structure which consists in a quadrilateral. The choice of developing the project around a central open space gives to the school a focal point as well as a symbolic centre around which a students’ life evolves.


04 Design Team

Studio Architetto Gaetano Bertolazzi

Project Location

Schio, Vicenza, Italy

Year

2008-2009

School campus design competition result: first price


The brief of the design competition clearly stated the need of a coherent and a well integrated intervention within the northern area, where all the school complexes are located. This entire school district had to be rethought and planned with redesign of open spaces with pedestrian and bicycle trails, parking areas and other programs like auditorium, sports fields and a building for general services (media center, library, cafeteria, offices).


The foyer of the 750 seater auditorium grows in height as a large fireplace chimney and projects two volumes outside that function as cafes. The northern side faces the lake and creates a mass reflection on the water. The outside box constructed with printed panels gives an impression of a forest. The service building has been designed on the same module of the auditorium, behind a unique facade. It houses two independent functions separated by a central staircase: one is the ‘space restaurant’ and the other side is allocated to teaching and related functions. The building is more transparent so as to let more light in, with use of partially recessed windows.


05 Design Team

Silvano Buzzi & Associati srl

Project Location

Polpenazze, Brescia, Italy

Year

2010

Hotel & winery


Located on the hills facing Lake Garda, the site is blessed with a great view and an intriguing landscape. Governed by strict environmental legislation, the program brief included an hotel, a restaurant and a winery which needed to be integrated with the scenic natural setting and the existing context. The idea was to work with the contours so that intervention is subtle and not perceived in its entirety. Typological features were identified and new architectural interpretation were investigated.


RESTAURANT

WINERY


HOTEL TYPOLOGY 4

HOTEL TYPOLOGY 3

HOTEL TYPOLOGY 2

HOTEL TYPOLOGY 1


06 Design Team

Studio Architetto Gaetano Bertolazzi

Project Location Brescia, Italy

Year

2009

Offices & parkings


The projects involves the restoration of an old building along with construction of a new underground parking in Piazzale Cremona. The restoration work was focused on a building dating XIX century proposed to be reused as an office building. The plot was long and narrow and the first aspect of intervention was to create a visually permeable unique facade facing the piazza. The second aspect was to use its basement for parking revealing the medieval walls and redesigning the public garden. This becomes the guideline as well as the strength of the project. The area is historically important. Porta San Alessandro was built in 1249 and is part of the broader project of fortifications running along the highway of Brescia (second circle of ancient walls).


The project intervention stressed upon the importance of the ancient wall yet providing new parking areas as required by the municipality. The strategy was to integrate the two. The ramp for the parking follows the wall profile and allows the user to discover the different layers on his way underground. The system also gives a strong identity to the garden, a void which makes the wall visually part of the external space.


Fourth level +12,20

Third level +9,60

Second level +6,30

First level +3,00

Ground level- street +0,10


07 Design Team

Living the border international workshop

Marco Merigo, Pietro Ambrosini, Huanwei Ke, Florian Beyer, Bianca Galeazzi, Alexander Krol, Mario Lehmann, Yuanjie Shen, Yi Wang

Project Location Piacenza, Italy

Year

2010


The concept of limit in the last decades has been transcended by the concept of link and connection, both at the scale urban and architecture. Piacenza, a roman foundation city, despite many others, has always “clashed” against Po‘ river, and never crossed it. Detecting this fact does not mean to deny the fundamental role that the river has played for the development of the city, but only emphasizes that the two different identities have been distinctively separated and coexisted. The underlying concept was to strengthen this separation by building a physical boundary that divides the city interior from its exterior. A need for a new meaning to understand the city by digging into its historical identity. The urbanisation therefore never reaches the river but connects to the viaduct of the existing highway as a new wall. The design aims to seek a partnership between the city and the river through the sinous path of the highway connecting some important destinations of Piacenza, the east to the west, the urbanised to the natural.

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PIACENZA CLOSED CITY

PO RIVER

HIGHWAY

PIACENZA


Piacenza Pavilion

Renovated area

New district

City center

Station


Highway typologies

Piacenza pavillion

Housing typology #1 Student House#1 Housing typology Student House

Housing typology #2 Family House #2 Housing typology Family House

Housing typology #3 Riverside House Housing typology #3 Riverside House

Housing typology #1 Student House

Housing typology #2 Family House

Housing typology #3 Riverside House

Housing typology #1 Student House

Housing typology #2 Family House

Housing typology #3 Riverside House

Vertical connection Greenhouse + Panorama

Permanent exhibition + Storage School typology #1 Kindergarden School typology #1 Kindergarden

School typology #2 Primary school School typology #2 Primary school

Library typology Library typology

School typology #1 Kindergarden

School typology #2 Primary school

Library typology

School typology #1 Kindergarden

School typology #2 Primary school

Library typology

Restaurant + Storage

Entrance Information Cloak room Bookshop Bike sharing

Entrance Information

Market typology #1 Supermarket Market typology #1 Supermarket

Market typology #2 Small market#2 Market typology Small market

Cinema typology Cinema typology

Market typology #1 Supermarket

Market typology #2 Small market

Cinema typology

Market typology #1 Supermarket

Market typology #2 Small market

Cinema typology

Cafeteria

Temporary exhibition

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Entrance Information Cloak room Office typology #1 Office typology #1

Hotel typology Hotel typology

Laboratory typology Research and University

Office typology #1

Hotel typology

Laboratory typology Research and University

Office typology #1

Hotel typology

Vertical connection street

Laboratory typology Research and University Laboratory typology Research and University


08 Design Team Marco Merigo Omid Vernoos

Project Location Milan, Italy

Year

2009

Brera museum


CENTRAL COURT The central courtyard is the strategic area to all the connections of the complex. The primary connection and most frequented by the public is that between the ground and underground floors. The art of Mondrian and the Neoplasticism have a suggestive reference since they have reduced art to the essentials: four different types of platforms that allow the passage of people through them. Similarly, a vertical connection box is created to access all the floors, thereby making this space a central hub of the entire complex.

The project brief aimed at provision of the a functional layout for the complex of Brera in Milan. It focuses on renovating the monumental complex as an exposition space. The strategic location of the complex in the nucleus of Milan and its historic importance as a cultural quarter, attracts various artists and tourist in the city. The intervention was structured in two phases: the first is to identify and outline an integrated urban and architectural solution in coherence with the functional organisation and governance mechanism for the complex. The second phase focused on evaluation of the applied solution considering the practical aspects such as mobility, structure and feasibility of the project. This intervention proposes a multi functional exposition space made highly permeable and porous to the city and its users. The project has three main components: the central court, the painting gallery and the exterior spaces.


PAINT GALLERY One of the major elements of a museum is the path and how a visitor passes through it. Presently, with gained importance of the Pinacoteca (paint gallery) high flux of visitors enter to view the plethora of artworks housed within. However its viewing path is still classical and traditional projecting the problem of difficulty of viewing caused by the ‘path length’ and/or ‘personal interest‘ of visitors to prioritize artworks. Therefore this “space of exposition” needs to be rethought so as to become more inclusive to differetnt types of visitors.


EXTERIOR SPACES The exterior functions are designed especially for city users. The main components which are located outside of the building are Sculpture Garden, Pergola and the Literary CafĂŠ. The location of the pergola clearly defines a perceivable path from which the main exterior components follow and connects Strettone and Via Brera, thereby making the insert at urban scale more fluid and permeable. At the center of this path lies a literary cafe which is annexed to the main complex and acts as a secondary connection. The cafe offers a functional comfortable and attractive space useful and accessible to the building by users and passer-bys.


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House for 4 architects

Design Team

Marco Merigo, Paolo Antonelli Jacopo Bonini, Gianmarco Mento

Project Location

Borneo Sporenburg, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Year

2007


The lot assigned (18m x 5m) is into the last major urban expansion in Amsterdam, a piece of land along the sea. The project brief was to design a residence for four architecture students underlying certain architectural parameters. After an assessment of the area allocation, functional displacement was achieved by subdividing the lot into two parts (2.5 m each) with a fully glazed interior wall transversing through to maximize the amount of natural light and expand the perceivable space to give an illusion of a bigger area.

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First +5,60

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Mezzanine level

First level

Second level

sea side

Ground street level +0,15


Each floor was programmed with independent bedroom and a bathroom. At the ground level there is the kitchen cum living room, outdoor space for a close visual relationship with the sea and a maximised supply of daylight throughout the day. The bedrooms are located on the top two floors overlooking the street or the river on one side and the central open space for visual continuity on the other. An integrated area for the kitchen, living room and study to host a unique informal environment with clients, friends overlooking the river. The office was located in a mezzanne floor overlooking the living space, now double hieght, mantaining the visual proximity and permeability with the river through large windows.


Marco Merigo

Via Santuario, 15 - 25016 - Ghedi (Brescia) - Italy - email: marco2185@gmail.com

Architectural design Portfolio


Marco Merigo Portfolio Oct2012