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Mike Valentini Portfolio 2019


Winkworth Arboretum Visitor Centre

IPT Architects for National Trust Surrey, UK

During my time at IPT Architects I worked as a part of the design team working on multiple projects. The largest of which was the Winkworth Arboretum project for the National Trust. I was in charge of the visualizations for both the interior and exterior of the Visitor Centre. I also supported the senior architect preparing AutoCAD and Revit drawings, amending the details subject to instruction received from the building consultant and the landscape architect. There is a strong relationship between the building and the surrounding landscape, meaning this process was key for development.

1. 2. Render images of the building


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VISITOR RECEPTION & OFFICE RETAIL CAFE / RESTAURANT COUNTER AREA AND KITCHEN VISITOR WCS MAIN VISITOR ENTRANCE DELIVERIES VISITOR ENTRANCE TO COPPICE CAR PARK MAIN PEDESTRIAN ACCESS TALLER VISITOR BUILDING EASILY LOCATED BY ARRIVING VISITORS VISITORS EXIT TO THE OUTDOOR CAFE AND POTENTIAL EVENTS AREA EXISTING AND NEW PLANTING SCREEN ANY VIEWS OF NEW BUILDINGS FROM ADJACENT SITES NEW BUILDINGS SCREENED FROM HASCOMBE ROAD BY EXISTING PLANTING PUBLIC RIGHT OF WAY ENTRANCE COURTYARD WITHIN PAYZONE

APPLICATION SITE NT OWNERSHIP PROPERTY WINKWORTH ARBORETUM BOUNDARY

3. Proposed site strategy 4. 5. Reception and cafè area


ROOF CONSTRUCTION (40mm CLT - Option with purlins) ROOF CONSTRUCTION (40mm CLT - Option with purlins)

ROOF (40mm CLT ON - Option with purlins) 0.7MM ZINC CONSTRUCTION FINISHING VMZINC ROOF CONSTRUCTION (40mm CLT- -STANDING Option withSEAM purlins)

ROOF0.7MM CONSTRUCTION (40mm CLT - Option ZINC FINISHING - STANDING SEAMwith ON purlins) VMZINC ROOF MEMBRANE 0.7MM ZINC FINISHING ON VMZINC ROOF CONSTRUCTION (40mm CLT- ON -STANDING Option withSEAM purlins) ROOF MEMBRANE 0.7MM ZINC FINISHING - STANDING SEAM VMZINC 18MM OSB/PLYWOOD ROOF CONSTRUCTION (40mm CLT -ON Option with purlins) 0.7MM ZINCOSB/PLYWOOD FINISHING - STANDING SEAM VMZINC ROOF MEMBRANE 18MM MEMBRANE 50MMROOF VENTILATED CAVITY INCLUDING BATTENS ROOF MEMBRANE 18MM0.7MM OSB/PLYWOOD ZINC FINISHING STANDING SEAM ON VMZINC 50MM VENTILATED CAVITY INCLUDING BATTENS 18MM OSB/PLYWOOD BREATHER MEMBRANE 0.7MM ZINCINCLUDING FINISHING - STANDING SEAM ON VMZINC 18MM OSB/PLYWOOD 50MMROOF VENTILATED CAVITY BATTENS MEMBRANE BREATHER MEMBRANE VENTILATED CAVITY INCLUDING BATTENS 160 / 50MM 220 MM PAVATHERM WOODFIBRE INSULATION BREATHER MEMBRANE ROOF MEMBRANE 50MM VENTILATED CAVITY INCLUDING BATTENS 18MM OSB/PLYWOOD 160 / 220 MMMEMBRANE PAVATHERM WOODFIBRE INSULATION BREATHER VAPOUR CONTROL LAYER 160 / 50MM 220 BREATHER MM PAVATHERM WOODFIBRE INSULATION 18MM OSB/PLYWOOD VENTILATED CAVITY INCLUDING BATTENS MEMBRANE VAPOUR CONTROL LAYER WOODFIBRE 40MM CLT/ LAYER PANEL 160 220 MM PAVATHERM INSULATION VAPOUR CONTROL BREATHER MEMBRANE 160 / 50MM 220 MM PAVATHERM WOODFIBRE INSULATION VENTILATED CAVITY INCLUDING 40MM CLT PANEL CLASS 1 INTERNAL SPREAD OF FLAME TBC OR BATTENS VAPOUR CONTROL LAYER 40MM160 CLT PANEL / 220 MM PAVATHERM WOODFIBRE INSULATION VAPOUR CONTROL LAYER BREATHER MEMBRANE CLASS 1 INTERNAL SPREAD OF FLAME TBC OR CHARRING RATE TO CHECKED CLASS 1 INTERNAL SPREAD OF BE FLAME TBC OR 40MM CLT PANEL VAPOUR CONTROL LAYER 40MM CLT PANEL 160 / 220 MM PAVATHERM WOODFIBRE INSULATION CHARRING RATE TO BE CHARRING RATE TO SPREAD BE CHECKED CLASS 1 CHECKED INTERNAL OF FLAME TBC OR 40MM CLT PANEL (Envision/BRegs min. requirement) CLASS 1 INTERNAL SPREAD OF FLAME TBC OR VAPOUR CONTROL LAYER U-Value = 0,20 W/m²K CHARRING RATE TO BE CHECKED CLASS 1 INTERNAL SPREAD FLAME TBC OR (Envision/BRegs min. requirement) (Envision/BRegs min. requirement) RATE TO BEOF CHECKED U-Value =CHARRING 0,20 40MM W/m²K CLT PANEL 0,15 (IPTA) U-Value =W/m²K 0,20 W/m²K CHARRING RATE TO BE CHECKED 0,15 CLASS W/m²K (IPTA) (Envision/BRegs min.with requirement) ROOF CONSTRUCTION (40mm -min. Option purlins) 1 INTERNAL SPREAD FLAME TBC OR 0,15 (IPTA)CLT OF U-Value 0,20W/m²K W/m²K (Envision/BRegs requirement) U-Value = 0,20= W/m²K (Envision/BRegs min. requirement) RATE TO BE CHECKED U-Value =CHARRING 0,20 W/m²K 0,15 W/m²K (IPTA) 0,15 W/m²K 0.7MM0,15 ZINC FINISHING - STANDING SEAM ON VMZINC (IPTA)(IPTA) ROOFW/m²K CONSTRUCTION (40mm CLT -min. Option with purlins) (Envision/BRegs requirement) ROOF MEMBRANE U-Value = 0,20 W/m²K 18MM OSB/PLYWOOD 0,15 W/m²K (IPTA) 0.7MM ZINC FINISHING - STANDING SEAM ON VMZINC 50MM VENTILATED CAVITY INCLUDING BATTENS ROOF MEMBRANE BREATHER MEMBRANE OSB/PLYWOOD 160 /18MM 220 MM PAVATHERM WOODFIBRE INSULATION 50MM VENTILATED CAVITY INCLUDING BATTENS VAPOUR CONTROL LAYER BREATHER 40MM CLT PANELMEMBRANE 160 / 220 MM PAVATHERM WOODFIBRE CLASS 1 INTERNAL SPREAD OF FLAME TBC ORINSULATION VAPOUR CONTROL LAYER CHARRING RATE TO BE CHECKED

40MM CLT PANEL

(Envision/BRegs min.FLAME requirement) CLASS 1 INTERNAL SPREAD OF TBC OR U-Value = 0,20 W/m²K CHARRING RATE(IPTA) TO BE CHECKED 0,15 W/m²K

(Envision/BRegs min. requirement) U-Value = 0,20 W/m²K 0,15 W/m²K (IPTA)

EXTERNAL WALL CONSTRUCTION EXTERNAL WALL CONSTRUCTION

EXTERNAL WALL CONSTRUCTION LARCH CLADDING EXTERNAL WALL 21MM CONSTRUCTION

EXTERNAL CONSTRUCTION LARCHWALL CLADDING 75MM21MM VENTILATED CAVITY INCLUDING BATTENING

LARCHCAVITY CLADDING 75MM 21MM VENTILATED INCLUDING BATTENING EXTERNAL WALL CONSTRUCTION 21MM LARCH CLADDING BREATHER MEMBRANE EXTERNAL WALL CONSTRUCTION 21MM LARCH CLADDING 75MM VENTILATED BATTENING BREATHER 75MM VENTILATED CAVITY INCLUDING BATTENING 80CAVITY / 220 / INCLUDING 160 MM MEMBRANE PAVATHERM WOODFIBRE INSULATION 75MM VENTILATED CAVITY INCLUDING BATTENING BREATHER21MM MEMBRANE LARCH CLADDING 80 / CONTROL 220 / 160 MM PAVATHERM WOODFIBRE INSULATION BREATHER MEMBRANE VAPOUR LAYER 21MM LARCH BATTENING CLADDING 80 / 220 / 160 MM PAVATHERM WOODFIBRE BREATHER 75MM VENTILATED CAVITY LAYER 80 /CONTROL 220MEMBRANE / INCLUDING 160INSULATION MM PAVATHERM WOODFIBRE INSULATION 90MMVAPOUR CLT PANEL VAPOUR CONTROL LAYER 75MM VENTILATEDWOODFIBRE CAVITY INCLUDING BATTENING 80 / 220 / 160 MM PAVATHERM INSULATION BREATHER MEMBRANE 90MM CLT PANEL VAPOUR CONTROL LAYER CLASS 1 INTERNAL SPREAD OF FLAME TBC OR CHARRING 90MM CLT PANEL 80 / 220 / 160CLASS MM PAVATHERM WOODFIBRE BREATHER MEMBRANE VAPOUR CONTROL LAYER 1CHECKED INTERNAL SPREAD OFINSULATION FLAME TBC OR CHARRING RATE TO BE 90MM CLT PANEL CLASS 1 INTERNAL SPREAD OF FLAME TBC OR CHARRING VAPOUR CONTROL LAYER 90MMTO CLT 80 / 220 / 160 MM PAVATHERM WOODFIBRE INSULATION RATE BEPANEL CHECKED RATE TO BE CHECKED 90MM CLT PANEL CLASS 1 INTERNAL SPREAD OF FLAME TBC OR CHARRING CLASS 1 INTERNAL OF LAYER FLAME TBC OR CHARRING VAPOURSPREAD CONTROL

RATE TO BE CHECKED CLASS 1 INTERNAL SPREAD OFCLT FLAME TBC OR CHARRING RATE TO BE CHECKED 90MM PANEL RATE TO BE CHECKED

CLASS 1 INTERNAL SPREAD OF FLAME TBC OR CHARRING U-Value = 0,30 W/m²K (BRegs min. requirement)

U-Value = 0,30 W/m²K (BRegs min.= W/m²K requirement) RATE TO (BRegs BE CHECKED 0,19 (IPTA) U-Value 0,30 W/m²K min. requirement) 0,19 W/m²K (IPTA) EXTERNAL WALL CONSTRUCTION 0,15 W/m²K (Envision) 0,19 (IPTA) (BRegs min. requirement) U-Value =W/m²K 0,30 W/m²K 0,15 W/m²K (Envision) U-Value = 0,30 W/m²K (BRegs min. requirement)

0,15 W/m²K (Envision) U-Value = 0,30 W/m²K (BRegs min. W/m²K requirement) 0,19 0,19CLADDING W/m²K (IPTA)(IPTA) 21MM LARCH 0,19 W/m²K (IPTA) EXTERNAL WALL CONSTRUCTION 0,15 W/m²K (Envision) 0,15 W/m²K (Envision) 0,15 W/m²K (Envision) 75MM VENTILATED CAVITY INCLUDING BATTENING U-Value = 0,30 W/m²K (BRegs min. requirement)

BREATHER MEMBRANE 0,19CLADDING W/m²K (IPTA) 21MM LARCH 80 / 220 / 160 MM PAVATHERM WOODFIBRE INSULATION 0,15 W/m²K (Envision) 75MM VENTILATED CAVITY INCLUDING BATTENING VAPOUR CONTROL LAYER BREATHER MEMBRANE 90MM CLT PANEL 80 / 220 / 160 MM PAVATHERM INSULATION CLASS 1 INTERNAL SPREAD OF FLAME TBCWOODFIBRE OR CHARRING VAPOUR CONTROL LAYER RATE TO BE CHECKED

90MM CLT PANEL CLASS 1 INTERNAL SPREAD OF FLAME TBC OR CHARRING RATE TO BE CHECKED

U-Value = 0,30 W/m²K (BRegs min. requirement) 0,19 W/m²K (IPTA) 0,15 W/m²K (Envision)

U-Value = 0,30 W/m²K (BRegs min. requirement) 0,19 W/m²K (IPTA) 0,15 W/m²K (Envision)

FLOOR CONSTRUCTION GROUND FLOOR

FLOOR CONSTRUCTION FLOOR CONSTRUCTION GROUND FLOOR FLOOR CONSTRUCTION GROUND FLOOR FLOOR CONSTRUCTION GROUND FLOOR 30MM POLISHED CONCRETE FLOOR FINISH

GROUND FLOOR FLOOR CONSTRUCTION POLISHED CONCRETE FLOOR FINISH 70MM30MM SCREED WITH UNDERFLOOR HEATING FLOOR CONSTRUCTION 30MM POLISHED CONCRETE FLOOR FINISH GROUND (OR FLOOR 70MM SCREED WITH UNDERFLOOR HEATING 30MM POLISHED CONCRETE FLOOR FINISH 100MM POLISHED CONCRETE FLOOR)

GROUND FLOOR 30MMPOLISHED POLISHED CONCRETE FLOOR FINISH 70MM SCREED WITH UNDERFLOOR (ORHEATING 100MM CONCRETE FLOOR) 70MM SCREED WITH UNDERFLOOR HEATIN SEPARATING LAYER (OR 100MM POLISHED FLOOR) 70MM(OR SCREED WITH UNDERFLOOR HEATING 30MMCONCRETE POLISHED CONCRETE FLOOR FINISH SEPARATING LAYER 100MM POLISHED CONCRETE FLOOR) 110MM RIGID INSULATION SEPARATING LAYER 30MMCONCRETE POLISHED FLOOR) CONCRETE (OR 100MM POLISHED 70MM SCREED110MM WITH UNDERFLOOR HEATING RIGID INSULATION SEPARATING LAYER (CELOTEXGA4000 or KINGSPAN KOOLTHERM K103) 110MM RIGID INSULATION (OR 100MM POLISHEDSEPARATING CONCRETE FLOOR) 70MM SCREED WITH UNDERF LAYER (CELOTEXGA4000 or KINGSPAN KOOLTHERM K103) DPM MEMBRANE 110MM RIGID INSULATION (CELOTEXGA4000SEPARATING or KINGSPAN LAYER KOOLTHERM K103) 110MM RIGID INSULATION (ORSLAB 100MM POLISHED CONCR DPM MEMBRANE 200MM REINFORCED CONCRETE (CELOTEXGA4000 or KINGSPAN KOOLTHER DPM MEMBRANE 110MM RIGID INSULATION (CELOTEXGA4000 or KINGSPAN KOOLTHERM K1 SEPARATING REINFORCED CONCRETE SLAB LAYER 200MM REINFORCED CONCRETE200MM SLAB DPMKOOLTHERM MEMBRANE (CELOTEXGA4000 or KINGSPAN K103)

(CELOTEXGA4000 or KINGSPAN KOOLTHERM K103) DPM MEMBRANE 110MM RIGID INSULATION 200MM REINFORCED CONCRETE SLAB DPM MEMBRANE 200MM REINFORCED CONCRETE SLAB (CELOTEXGA4000 or KINGSPA U-Value = 0,25 W/m²K (BRegs 200MM REINFORCED CONCRETE SLAB min. requirement)

U-Value = 0,25 W/m²K (BRegs min.U-Value requirement) DPMmin. MEMBRANE 0,15= W/m²K (IPTA)(BRegs 0,25 W/m²K requirement) 0,15 W/m²K (IPTA) FLOOR CONSTRUCTION 0,15 W/m²K (Envision) 200MM REINFORCED CONCRE 0,15 W/m²K U-Value = (IPTA) 0,25 W/m²K (BRegs min. requireme 0,15 W/m²K (Envision) U-Value = 0,25 W/m²K (BRegs min. requirement)

FLOOR U-Value = 0,25 W/m²KGROUND (BRegs requirement) 0,15min. W/m²K (Envision) 0,15 W/m²K 0,15 W/m²K (IPTA)(IPTA) 0,15 W/m²K (IPTA) FLOOR CONSTRUCTION 0,15 W/m²K (Envision) 0,15 W/m²K (Envision) 0,15 W/m²K 30MM (Envision) POLISHED CONCRETE FLOOR FINISH U-Value = 0,25 W/m²K (BRegs

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70MM SCREED WITH UNDERFLOOR HEATING 0,15 W/m²K (IPTA) (OR 100MM POLISHED CONCRETE FLOOR) 0,15 W/m²K (Envision 30MM POLISHED CONCRETE SEPARATING LAYER 70MM SCREED WITH UNDERF 110MM RIGID INSULATION (OR 100MM POLISHED CONCR (CELOTEXGA4000 or KINGSPAN KOOLTHERM K1 SEPARATING LAYER DPM MEMBRANE 110MM RIGID INSULATION 200MM REINFORCED CONCRETE SLAB

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U-Value = 0,25 W/m²K (BRegs 0,15 W/m²K (IPTA) 0,15 W/m²K (Envision

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Moore Cottage Residential Project IPT Architects Berkshire, UK

As a design team, we prepared the design development for a private cottage in Berkshire. The design is a reinterpretation of a traditional chalet. The asymmetrical roof is lowered partly into the first floor and the entrance is notched into the volume providing protection from the country elements. The structure of the house will be partly fabricated off-site in order to reduce site works considerably. I focused on the arrangement of the interior spaces, taking into consideration the client instruction and the relationship between the interior space and the immediate surroundings.

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Contemporary Modular Studio Ecospace Studios London, UK

Ecospace is specialised in the design of modular studios with an intelligent degree of flexibility. This studio accommodates an intimate space for leisure activities. It is carefully designed to maintain a high level of privacy and, at the same time, it provides a great level of natural light.

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2. Floor plan with interior details


Participatory Design Sustainability for urban planning Linnéuniversitetet, Växjö In collaboration with Växjö Gymnasium

As a design team, we wanted to find a sustainable way to develop cities for a better the future. A group of teenagers provided us with creative points of view that professionals may not consider when they design public spaces for future needs. On a 5-hour workshop, we considered students like political actors with the real capacity of changing the urban area where they live. Students had a chance to share their own ideas and to model them with cardboard, glue and other materials. The outcome of this workshop wants to provide a tool that connects the gap between the way urban spaces are changing and the way young people imagine their cities of the future.

1. 2. Elements of the city of the future made by high school students


3. A see-through map of the city customised by a student

4. Elements of the city of the future made by high school students


5. Team work: students use the maps to discuss and draw their ideal city


Speculative Design Curating an exhibition

Linnéuniversitetet, Växjö In collaboration with Växjö Konsthall Gallery

With the support of the Växjö Konsthall Gallery, we arranged an exhibition with the material provided by a group of social designers. This event wanted to be an attempt to understand which can be the possible future scenarios according to dystopian imagery related to gender and sexuality. We created an austere and neutral environment in order to create a feeling of discomfort that could enhance the visitor experience.

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4. 5. The app that supports the foraging experience


Living The Time Interior design

GumDesign Studio “Abitare il Tempo” fair, Veneto

For this project, I designed the interior space that Gumdesign used in “Abitare il tempo” fair. The director wanted to create a “store within a store”, and displays some of his TVSHYGXWXSXLITYFPMGMRER±ETTEVIRXP]HMWSVHIVIH²PSKMGßß A “warehouse” open to the public where some of the products designed by Gumdesign are displayed in a spontaneous succession of forms and lights.

1. Reder image of the exhibition space made with Rhinocero


2. The exhibition space “Abitare il Tempo”


Maison&Object Interior design

GumDesign Studio “Maison&Object� fair, Paris

Second fair for Gumdesign during my internship, this time is Maison&Object. The central part of the exhibition hosts three work tables surrounded by shelves made of Corten. This time, Gumdesign decided to exhibit a much cleaner and tidy space that could be translated to both home and office environment. The room is enclosed by pearl grey walls and by a grey background. The ceiling echoes the industrial spaces used for laboratories, while a series of photographs connect the visitor to an iconic historical memory of products designed by De Castelli.

1. The exhibition space Maison&Object


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Dim’ora

Product development Internship GumDesign Studio, Viareggio, Italy

Gumdesign is a product design and architecture studio based in Viareggio, Tuscany. As a team, we designed “Dim’ora”, a bathtub that was presented at the Marmomac Fair of Verona 2015. Dim’ora wants to connect the traditional stone and marble of Tuscany with an innovative bathtub which embeds a gas fireplace.

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