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PORTFOLIO by Marina Pippi


“Architecture is the learned game, correct and magnificent, of forms assembled in the light� Le Corbusier


contents ABOUT ME

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PROFILE AND CV

ACADEMIC ARCHITECTURE, URBAN PLANING & LIGHTING DESIGN

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ECOVIVA | Cooperative of Growth, Processing and Marketing of Natural Food

ARCHITECTURE AND URBAN PLANING

HIS | Proposal for Redevelopment of the KM District

PROFESSIONAL PROJECTS

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LIGHTING DESIGN - Brazil

COSTA BEBER | Lighting of a Residence

LIGHTING DESIGN - London

DAN’S | Lighting of a Dance Studio ATIS | Lighting of a restaurant

INTERIORS DESIGN & LIGHTING DESIGN LK | Renovation of a Kitchen

FR | Integrated Guest Room and Office

URBAN PLANING & LANDSCAPE MULTI-PURPOSE TRACK | miscellaneous

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WATERCOLORS

Bucolic drawings | Observation Drawings


MARINA PIPPI

CV

Young professional with several years Urbanism and Lighting Design. I am a proactive and looking for an opportunity to use my problem-solving problems. I am extremely organised and able to manage while contributing to a kind and friendly environment.

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of experience in Architecture, hardworking individual that is skills to solve detail-oriented several projects simultaneously,

a: London, N1 p: +44 7366 083 192 w: marina.pippi.m@gmail.com In: /marinapippi

Architect and Lighting Desiner


EDUCATION

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Bachelor’s degree in Architecture, Urbanism and Landscape March 2011 to January 2018

Federal University of Santa Maria, Brazil

WORK EXPERIENCE

Sketching

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Draw detailing

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Sustainability

Lighting Design

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Team work

Lighting Designer Freelancer - There’s Light London, UK | July 2019 to Present

Development and execution of lighting design to Osteopathy Clinic’s event hall; Production of 2D and 3D drafts; Assistance in the final implementation of two projects, being a Dance Studio and a Restaurant; Applying lighting design techniques and understand the requirements, such as UK legislation and customers profiles, and liaising with suppliers, field technicians, such as electrical engineer and architects, and customers. Lighting Designer - Ilumine Office and Lighting Store Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil | January 2018 to July 2018

Design of lighting projects and complementary projects as ceiling plasterboard design and electricity; Site visit and Interaction with Customers, Architects and Suppliers; Design and implementation of smart home systems. Junior Urban Planner - 3C Urbanism Architecture Porto Alegre and Region, Brazil | January 2017 to January 2018

Planning and Implementation of Master Plan in several cities of Rio Grande do Sul; Development of urban projects and working closely with the governmental institutions. Interior Architect Freelancer

Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil | January 2014 to December 2017

Planning, development and running of Interior Architecture projects through 3D and 2D softwares and Adobe pack; Site visits and daily contact with new coating technologies, materials and innovative designs. Teaching Assistant Federal University of Santa Maria Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil | July 2016 to January 2017

Assistant in Architecture, Urbanism and Landscaping Design Workshop Course VIII. Answering queries from students; Review and grading of student projects. Team Coordinator Federal University of Santa Maria Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil | July 2015 to June 2016

Member of the Landscaping Laboratory, responsible for planning and development of the infrastructure and environment inside the Campus of the University; Responsible for the design and implementation of the multi-purpose track, environmental and urban planning of the Campus to promote alternative mobility, leisure and recreation activities. Lighting Designer - Office and Lighting Store Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil | February 2015 to June 2016

Design of lighting projects; First point of contact with new customers and responsible for the initial draft to present to customers; Logistics Management. Assistant Architect Tríptica - Architecture Studio Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil | March 2013 to December 2014

Planning and development of projects, ranging from Commercial and Residential Architecture to Interior Architecture through 3D and 2D softwares; Site visits and daily contact with new coating technologies, materials and innovative designs. Intern Infrastructure Architecture of Federal University of Santa Maria Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil | August 2012 to January 2013

Development of projects using 3D and 2D softwares; Presenting my results in meetings with clients, Arrange meetings with suppliers; Site visits and field measurements.

Apresentation

SOFTWARES Autocad Sketchup Adobe Indesign Adobe Photoshop Adobe Illustrator Microsoft Office DIAlux Lightroom BIM Revit V-ray

LANGUAGES Portuguese - Native English - Intermediate Italian - intermediate

INTERESTS World Sustainability Architecture Lighting design Urbanism Interior design Sports Cultures Cycling

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ACADEMIC | ARCHITECTURE, URBAN PLANING & LIGHTING DESIGN

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ECOVIVA | COOPERATED ECOLOGICAL PARK Degree’s Final Work Country|Year: Brazil|2017 Softwares: Autocad, Sketchup, V-ray, Photoshop, Indesign and Illustrator.

A social cooperative focused on the farming, processing and marketing of natural, healthy and sustainable foods. Its implementation aims to: Encouraging the community to enjoy natural foods; Boost urban, social and economic development of the area where it will be inserted; Promote planting and reforestation of native species of nutritional nature of the central region of the State; Support and engage with smallholder farmers and farmers with the know-how but ineffective due to no longer owning their land or resources.

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The ecological park is made from a system of innovative metal structures that cross the terrain blending in with the natural landscape and interact as rainwater catchers for irrigating the gardens, as well as solar panels that heat up during the day to become massive illuminated pillars, also bringing users the possibility of a collective experience and living with the nature at night (pic.01). The porch of the cooperative’s front façade, conceived with illuminated structures (pic.02), which frame the park’s entire complex activities, offering people passing by the neighbourhood’s main street a natural, dynamic and enterprising picture of the fauna and flora of the region.

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Rainwater Catchment and Lighting Structures Main Pedestrian Access

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Wooden suspended walkways

Step garden Greenhouse

Product Screening Building Rainwater Retention Basin


PROJECT GUIDELINES

Based on the studies carried out to produce the research, the concept to be achieved for the project and the place where the project is to be inserted, some guidelines were fixed that can be understood as goals for the creation of the Ecoviva cooperative project: • Combine the architectural project with the natural surroundings, considering the landscape and urban characteristics of its surroundings; • Arrange the paths of the lookouts already existing in this area; • Enhance lighting and natural ventilation to achieve a sustainable energy building; • Optimise and enhance the visuals of the surroundings, especially the composition of mountains and the lake in the background; • Create public and leisure areas inside and proximate to the building; • Design multifunctional spaces for events and lectures, to spread education, cooperative and agricultural practices; • Create a simple, cosy and fully functional space that reflects and values the natural surroundings without disregarding technical and mobility needs.

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View to the Main Lake Main Building Services Sector

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Main Building Restaurant Sector

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Visitors, while touring the cultivars, participate in an extraordinarily sensory and dynamic experience where they can have direct contact with native foods and species they may never have seen. In the terraces and restaurant area, there is a public space, where the guest has the opportunity to contemplate the whole set and the surroundings, which reserves visual for the combination of mountains of the city and the DNO’s dam. Also, inside the restaurant, customers can taste the natural cuisine cultivated in the cooperative or the farmers associated, and buy the products in the store to take home.

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his | URBANISM AND LANDSCAPE CONNECTIONS Group: CauĂŞ Rios, Marina Pippi, Matheus Moraes and Natan Ilha. Country|Year: Brazil|2015 Softwares: Archcad, Sketchup, Archgis, Lumion, Photoshop, Indesign and Illustrator.

Starting from the concept of connection networks, for the allotment project, we thought of a mesh that went beyond the boundaries of the existing segregated urban island. The proposal is based on the integration of urban growth axis of the city with the potential naturalness of the region surrounding the VacacaĂ­Mirim River and the historical

and cultural heritage of the KM3 region. Transforming the currently segregated intervention area into a versatile space that can receive and please the most diverse audiences. The natural axis goes beyond the building, linking the boundaries already consolidated and expanding and adding value to them, becoming an attractive point of the area.

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Concept Development The proposal envisions the urbanization of the area, conserving the environment and preservation of the land. As it proposes the appreciation of the old railway constructions, placing them as a point of integration between the different extracts of the society.

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proposal evolution of the allotment’s layout

Along with the proposed redevelopment, a housing development of social interest was introduced to the area, to relocate the residents, who until then lived illegally in the area and in dangerous conditions, and to promote leisure and trade to attract residents to the neighbourhood. , integrating it the city. Then, after a study on the constructive legislation of the area, the proposed subdivision works with a varied implementation of the buildings, so that green spaces are created and permeated, consolidating collective spaces already experienced by the community. Besides, the roads and pedestrian paths have beds and afforestation helping to drain the area liable to flooding.

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PROFESSIONAL PROJECTS | LIGHTING DESIGN

COSTA BEBER | Lighting of a Residence Lighting is the way to something else that awakens a non-static way of looking and perceiving the architectural space. This

Office: Ilumine Country|Year: Brazil|2018 Softwares: Autocad, Lightroom and Photoshop

residential project is based on the concept that customers wanted a warm environment that could, at the same time, have plenty of artificial light incidence when needed. In addition, this is a residence with large spaces, so we worked with lighting that could form different scenarios in the same area.

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PROFESSIONAL PROJECTS | LIGHTING DESIGN - LONDON

ATIS | Lighting of a restaurant Office: There’s Light Country|Year: London|2019 Manual work for the installation of lamps, elaboration of different scenarios through lighting, exchange of information with technicians of the area.

Customers requested to make this healthy food restaurant, located in central London, a practical and integrated space, where lighting would uplift and energize the environment by stimulating the pleasure of enjoying food and sharing it with others.

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We worked with warm lights that emphasize the real colours of the food and the model of luminaires, used together with the interior design, creates an environment with industrial characteristics that presents customers with the idea of participating in the preparation of their meals.

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DAN’S | Lighting of a Dance Studio Office: There’s Light Country|Year: London|2019 Manual work for the installation of luminaires; elaboration of different scenarios through lighting, exchange of information with technicians of the area.

I believe that lighting can transform space into an experience. To design it is necessary to know each type of lamp and light to provide its effects and combinations to value the characteristics of indoor or outdoor environments.

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In this dance studio, we worked with technology that allows the lighting to bring dynamism to the images and encourage movement through dance. Each dance class may require a different rhythm of music and illumination as well. For a precise adjustment of lighting, we used a light control system via Bluetooth, a wireless technology what can be connected with smartphones, tablets and smartwatches. 19

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lk | renovation of the kitchen

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Office: Freelancer Country|Year: Brazil|2017 Softwares: Autocad, Sketchup, Vray and Indesign.

Customers requested to use the structure of the old furniture and to keep some shades that resembled the kitchen that was with the family for over 25 years. Throughout a work similar to Tetris’ game, it was thought in the rearrangement of volumes to give a contemporary and practical environment to the current requirements of the family.

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RF | Integrated Guest Room and Office Office: Freelancer Country|Year: Brazil|2017 Softwares: Autocad, Sketchup, Vray and Indesign.

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The design of Raquel and Fabrício’s guest room and office was conceived in a versatile and dynamic environment. Since the room area was slightly small, we used furniture designed to optimize the area and arrange the colours and textures to make the environment cosier. In addition, the lighting aimed to create different scenarios for the same environment: the office, the reading corner, the guest room and the storage room.


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multi-purpose track | URBANISM AND LANDSCAPE CONNECTIONS Office: PARQ - Landscape Laboratory Country|Year: Brazil|2016 Software: Archgis, Autocad, Sketchup, Photoshop, Illustrator and Indesign.

The multi-purpose track proposed for the Campus of Universidade Federal de Santa Maria (UFSM), RS, Brazil came to promote alternative mobility, leisure and leisure activities, as a purpose to improve the campus as a sectorial park in the urban scale. The track was completed in 3 stages, to observe how users

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would relate to this new equipment. Today, with its final stretch completed, the multi-purpose track is 15 kilometres long, spanning the entire urban and rural campus, connecting spaces, facilitating flows and integrating people from inside and outside the university. The design, curved through the vegetation that makes up the campus, with its leisure equipment (image x and y) projected throughout the track, such as benches, tables and dumpsters, gives a sense of peacefulness, recreation and contemplation.

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Some images of the track already in operation

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Signaling Details

Leisure Spaces

Details of the leisure spaces that run the length of the track

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miscellaneous | WATERCOLORS

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Bucolic drawings | Observation Drawings

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Leisure Time Country|Year: Brazil|2016-17 Hand drawing, watercolors, Cold pressed paper and brush.

To make watercolours is to express feelings. To put on paper the way you see life, with its colours and nuances, is to enter creative leisure, it is meditation. I like to draw truths from my life, as I see my current moment and, after the art is made, I notice some feelings of mine between the lines of the drawing. This representation takes me away from the present and makes me reflect.

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