Marcos Silverio Portfolio

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MARCOS SILVERIO ARCHITECT AND URBAN DESIGNER PORTFOLIO


© All photos, drawings, images and texts by Marcos Silverio except when indicated.


MARCOS SILVERIO ARCHITECT AND URBAN DESIGNER PORTFOLIO

Contents

Federal University of Sao Paulo Cities’ Institute Federal University of Sao Paulo Central Library Manaca Waldorf Primary School Devil’s Cave management plan Shekou Fish Market Guara Cabin Other works Drawings Photography Publications Architeture and urban design Speleology

Makuru 2022


© Images Unifesp

Federal University of Sao Paulo - Cities’ Institute LOCATION Sao Paulo, Brazil STATUS Concept design ROLE Designer

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New Unifesp Campus - Cities’ Institute

The Cities Institute is a project to integrate a variety of knowledge areas related to the city such as Health, Economy, International Relations, Environmental Sciences, Humanities and Arts. The land area chosen is a heritage metallurgical industry with an important history that would be kept to shelter the workshops.



Proposed active roof © Images Unifesp

Federal University of Sao Paulo - Central Library LOCATION Sao Paulo, Brazil STATUS Concept design ROLE Designer

SCOPE Central Library Renovation

Architect of team responsible for designing. In order to transform the library in a place for academic activities, extension and social activities. It becomes the central element of the block, of importance for the whole community. Spaces for lectures, workshops, events and exhibitions were planned to adapt the library to the current demands. Also extend the library collection and the areas of study and research. Creating living spaces for academic and public community, such as bookstore and café.


Before renovation

Proposed renovation


Manaca Waldorf Primary School LOCATION Sao Paulo, Brazil STATUS Completed ROLE Designer and contract manager

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Stage 1 Two new classrooms and a toilet. Stage 2 Articulation of new site, 5 new classrooms, multiuse room, library, toilets and garden.

Stage one was an extension of the primary school. Due to site constraints, the extension was designed over another class room using an independent structure over the existent building. The stage two, one year after the first one, has been completed on a adjoined site and involved a bigger team of engenners, designers, builder, and a school’s comittee due to its scale. Both constructions have been completed during the 3 months of the school holidays one year apart. Because of the very tight budget the construction and materials selected were simple, efficient and easy to maintain. The outcome is a honest and loved school.


Site plan - ground floor study.

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Site plan - first floor study

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Independent structure schematic section. The old garage was built half with concrete blocks and half with bricks and unknown footings, thus it was unsuitable for another level above.

STAGE 1 built during school holidays

Existent ground floor

First floor: built two rooms, toilet and stair

STAGE 2 built during school holidays one year after stage 1

Ground floor. Two rooms, multiuse space and toilets

First floor. three rooms, library, toilets and connection with other building


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Original school

Mulberry Tree play space © Photo Manaca School

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Completed school

Central square


Devil’s Cave is the biggest cave in Sao Paulo with 8.5km mapped. In white the cave plan on the landscape. In Yellow the access trails

Devil’s Cave management plan LOCATION Eldorado, Brazil STATUS Academic research - Master of architecture

The human story cannot be told without referring it to the caves. The most rudimentary expression of architecture, caves were the first human shelter and symbolic places which inspires curiosity in search for adventure, mystery and beauty.

ROLE Researcher at the University of Sao Paulo

Caves are fragile environments in which the time scale exceeds largely our existence and preserve significant traces of Earth’s history and our own history.

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The cultural, environmental and scientific importance of caves make them unique spaces for environmental education, research and recreation. However, increased public use without planning has caused negative impacts to this unique environment, which, when destroyed, it is lost forever.

The role of architecture in the public use of caves

AWARDS

- Paper presented at the 17th International Congress of Speleology in Sydney 2017 - Thesis selected by Sao Paulo State Environmental Department as reference to new projects on natural parks.

This research proposes a conceptual and methodological basis to subsidise strategies for architecture in the public use of caves and karst, based on research by design and having Devil’s Cave as case study.


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Proposed methodological planning based on spatial map analysis of potential and restrictions for public use mconsidering environmental vulnerability and user experience for the definition of uses.

Section showing sugested trail


For this case study, it has been proposed a modular construction system based on manufactured parts of polymeric composite reinforced with fiberglass by pultrusion process. Which is resistent to the harsh underground environment, lightweight and of simple assembling.

Modular system

Anchor points

Modular system profiles


Self portrait at Devil’s Cave

Studies


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AIRPORT 20km

COASTAL ECOLOGICAL PARK Hongshulin BirdsNature Reserve

SHENZHEN BAY PARK

NANSHAN PARK

Mai Po Nature Reserve

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NEW OPERA HOUSE SHEKOU HARBOUR SHENZHEN HONG KONG BRIDGE SHEKOU FERRY TERMINAL

SHEKOU PORT

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Site analisys

Shekou Fish Market LOCATION Shenzhen, China STATUS Academic study - Master of architecture UWA

SCOPE

Fish Market fdor Shekou Port


Section of contact land and water Concept






Guara Cabin LOCATION Sao Paulo, Brazil STATUS Concept design ROLE Architect

SCOPE Cabin for guests by Guara’s Dam



Other works ICELERA INDUSTRY Completed warehouse renovation for a tech industry manufaturing

BARUERI HOUSE Feasibility study for a house on a steep and narrow site (5x20m)

TATU RESORT Concept design for small cabins by the rainforest

QUIRIRIM HOTEL Project and approval documents for 6 new suites

SANTO AMARO CIVIC CENTRE Academic concept design for an old industry wharehouse renovation, a new building for the city council and a civic aquare connecting this area with the public transport and local facilities. Project elected for the National student design prize in Brazil


BUSSOCABA HOUSE Completed home for a retired couple who loves receiving guests

SOCORRO REFUGE Feasibility study for two houses in the countryside ina steep site with river views

PIRA RIVER Study for river recovery and public use of a urban river

ALDEIA HOUSE Completed home renovation for a young family


Drawings


1-DE ACORDO COM A LEI Nº 9.610, DE 19/02/1998 DIREITOS AUTORAIS RESERVADOS - PROIBIDA A REPRODUÇÃO TOTAL OU PARCIAL. 2-TODAS AS MEDIDAS DEVEM SER CONFERIDAS NO LOCAL.

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Cave mapping for environmental studies

Storyboard for video


Drawing based on photo by Skye Duncan in Active Design: shaping the sidewalk experience, City of New York, 2013 p.10


Photography


Publications

The Sanctuary Magazine, 52, Spring 2020. Sustainable house day special. Cover and p. 46-51

The Architect WA Community Edition, Spring/Summer 2020 – Australian Institute of Architects – WA Chapter – spaceagency: Creating a sense of place, p. 93

Book Humans and Karst Landscape: Book’s theme, internal photography, revision, back cover text and logo design. Mar 2012, Brazilian Society of Speleology Publisher.

Tourism Western Australia Media Kit 2020, The Rechabite photo, p. 105

70th year anniversary of the Brazilian National Council for Scientific and Technological Development publication. May 2022

Caves – Atlas of Brazilian underground Book. Bambui Group Publisher. Author Collaborator 2019

Cave mapping.book cover photo


Architeture and urban design contribution

With Prof. Alexandre Delijaicov and studens at University of Sao Paulo

With Prof. Rafael Perrone at University of Sao Paulo

With students during construction of an earth wall

Colegues at the Federal University of Sao Paulo

Paulo Mendes da Rocha lecture

With Eddystone Primary School students talking about science


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Open House Perth volunteers

Open House Perth 2019 launch

With Marcos Acayaba and students during the model workshop at the University of Sao Paulo

The Bend in The Road community group jazz event

The Bend in The Road Paint the power poles project


Speleology

Cave and Karst research and exploration

With friends in a Speleology congress © Alexandre Camargo

Exploring a cave in Yallingup

With friends after exploration © Alexandre Camargo

60th anniversary of the Western Australian Speleological Group

Exploring a cave in Beazil @ Alexandre Camarg©


With friends during a field trip for my master’s research

International Congress of Speleology in Sydney

Cleaning a cave in Margaret River

Exploring a cave in Margaret River ©Daniel Lanson

Cave rescue exercise