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Mimosa Ceratti

ARCHITECT | ARCH. DIPL. AAM - USI

A selection of works, up to 2015.

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CURRICULUM VITAE

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LETTERS OF REFERENCE

RICUCITURE (SEWN UP) Diploma atelier Mario Botta (2015) Topics of Architecture | Diploma 2015. Accademia di Architettura, Mendrisio, CH. Diploma president: Valerio Olgiati.

Personal Work

2012 JANTAR MANTAR, JAIPUR, INDIA Digital photography.

38 ACADEMIC WORK

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SECHS GROSSE HÄUSER FÜR BASEL | UBS Msc1 atelier Quintus Miller (2014) Accademia di Architettura, Mendrisio, CH. Part of the exhibition Sechs Grosse Häuser Für Basel, held in Basel in 02/2015; published in the catalog.

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ARCHITECTURE AND NATURE | THERMAE BAC3 atelier Go Hasegawa (2013) Accademia di Architettura, Mendrisio, CH.

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THE DOUBLE STUDIO | DAVIS HOUSE BAC2 atelier Kersten Geers (2010) Accademia di Architettura, Mendrisio, CH.

PREMASHRAYA Vāstu Shilpā Constultants (2011/12) Ahmedabad, India.

18 PROFESSIONAL WORK

22

VESSEL PLINTH Vāstu Shilpā Constultants (2011/12) Ahmedabad, India.

28 PERSONAL WORK

MOSÈ

PHOTOGRAPHS

SKETCHES

3 2, 17, 42 27, 30

OF EARTH AND AIR Porto Academy Workshop | Atelier Tetsuo Kondo (2014) FAUP, Porto, Portugal.

www.mimosaceratti.com

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Personal Work 2011 MOSÈ

Graphite on paper. Copy after Michelangelo, “Mosè” 1513-15 ca.

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4


SECTION

Academic Work

Diploma atelier Mario Botta | 2015 RICUCITURE (SEWN UP) The atelier addressed the creation of a university campus in Mendrisio through a precise “architectural acupuncture”. Each student chose a programme and site. I drafted an archive with a research space aimed at architectural theory, to satisfy the growing need of such a structure in the Accademia, foreseeing an ulterior “jump” with the addition of the new SUPSI faculty of interior architecture in the next few years. With Mendrisio becoming a reference for architecture education, this research institute will have a symbolic importance comparable to that of a church in ancient times, a true and new fulcrum for intellectual activity.


NW ELEVATION

SECTION


GROUND FLOOR PLAN

FIRST FLOOR PLAN


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Academic Work

Msc1 atelier Quintus Miller (team work: M. Ceratti + V. Papadimitriou) | 2014 SECHS GROSSE HĂ„USER FĂœR BASEL | UBS Location: Aeschenplatz 6. UBS. The project insists on a radical reconfiguration of the site, aimed at its densification. Eight glazed buildings offer new workspaces for the UBS employees. The diverse characteristics of the plot also require specific approaches, which reunite in its inner part in a continuous, interstitial space multiplied by reflections of the gardens that define and give them identity.


GROUND FLOOR PLAN


FIRST FLOOR PLAN


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SECTION

Academic Work

BAC3 atelier Go Hasegawa | 2013 ARCHITECTURE AND NATURE | THERMAE Location: Leukerbad Water is a unique element, capable of triggering primordial experiences; it is a “creator� of life and territories. I concentrated on offering a new experience of bathing, in a free and open space, to aid the contact between human and nature. This point of contact will bridge over the detachment we are accustomed to, and also filter the different scales we move in: the body, the bathers, the water, the clearing in the forest, the woodland, the valley, the distant peaks and the sky.


SITE PLAN

TERRITORIAL SECTION


Personal Work

2012 HIMACHAL PRADESH, INDIA Digital photography. One of my greatest interest is to study through photography the visual flattening and perspective construction of space. Photography as a mean of analysis of the visual space. 17


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GROUND FLOOR PLAN

Academic Work

BAC2 atelier Kersten Geers | 2010 THE DOUBLE STUDIO Location: Davis house & studio, Malibu, California. 1968-72. arch. Frank O. Gehry. The project consisted in the addition of a small house for guests, domestic aids et al. to an extant villa, studying and adopting a style similar (yet personal) to that of the original project and building.


ROOFTOP PLAN

To the right: View of the Davis house & studio (ca 1975) from north-west. Interior view (ca 1975).


SECTION

NE ELEVATION


22


UP

UP

R = 14.7 CM T = 30.0 CM

1556 X 331

D18b

DUCT 30 X 51

Rain water Spout as per Service dwg.

Light Weight Structure as per Manufacturer's Dwg.

D18c

W7

KITCHENETTE

330 X 240

D18b

D7

BEDROOM

Slope

HVAC DUCT 75 X 25

CHILDREN'S PLAY AREA CUM CLASSROOM

V29 W15

W1a

W1b

W1a

Rain water Spout as per Service dwg.

265 X 395

Light Weight Structure as per Manufacturer's Dwg.

W6

V5b

LIVING

325 X 350

TOILET

252.5 X 140

W6

DUCT 57.5 X 47.5

Ref. Drg. No. A 6.13 for Toilet Detail

DUCT 65 X 45

5 4 3 2

TOILET

1

237.5 X 162.5

R = 14.3 CM T = 30.0 CM

Ref. Drg. No. A 6.12 for Toilet Detail

BEDROOM

O U T D O O R P LAY AR EA

UP

295 X 200

V7b

V7a

LOBBY

DINING

250 X 270

295 X 200

V18a

W4

V18a

D13

D13

V3

V3 V23

W2

R = 14.3 CM T = 30.0 CM

6

V1

5

295 X 200

3 2

CUBICLE

200 X 310

200 X 310

332 X 157.5

DW7

DN

ES

DB

E

580 X 380

D18a

V12

LIFT 4

200 X 190

ED

DB

230

15

TOILET

CUBICLE

CUBICLE

CUBICLE

200 X 310

310 X 200

310 X 200

212.5 X 310

CHILDREN'S WARD

TOILET

380 X 410

CUBICLE

395 X 260

DUCT 52.5 X 47.5

25

200

SUPERVISOR'S ROOM

DUCT 50 X 92.5

15

Ref. Drg. No. A 6.10 for HC Toilet Detail

FS 120 X 60

CHILDREN'S WARD 200

DUCT 50 X 92.5

W25

Ref. Drg. No. A 6.1 for Toilet Detail

180 X 360

CUBICLE

CUBICLE

CUBICLE

CUBICLE

CUBICLE

235 X 310

212.5 X 310

200 X 295

230 X 230

200 X 340

DUCT 55 X 115

UP

DUCT 55 X 115

V21

380 X 410

380 X 410

Ref. Drg. No. A 6.1 for Toilet Detail

MULTI-USE TOILET

W17

TOILET

TOILET

25

V12

V25

300 X 180

DN

DG EX SHAFT 95 X 57.2

244

380 X 410

Ref. Drg. No. A 10.3 for Kitchen Detail

DN

COMMON SPAC DUCT 60 X 47.5

ED

KITCHEN

380 X 410

Ref. Drg. No. A 10.3 for Kitchen Detail

200 X 190

W17

Ref. Drg. No. A 5.1 for Stair Detail

KITCHEN

LIFT 2

Ref. Drg. No. A 5.2 for Stair Detail

V14

395 X 240

Ref. Drg. No. A 5.5 for Stair Detail

SUPERVISOR'S ROOM

352 X 330

V20 DUCT 100 X 35

LIFT 3

UP

ES

300 X 180

UP

FS 120 X 60

450 X 333

DUCT 92.5 X 50

DUCT 50 X 92.5

LIFT 1

V20

W26b

WASHING/DRYING Ref. Drg. No. A 6.24 Detail for Washing Block

CUBICLE & STORE

485 X 380

D6

W27

CASE

FIRE ESCAPE STAIR

200 X 310

Wooden staircase as per Interior Details

W20

LIFT 5

137.5 X 150

V23

CUBICLE

343 X 310

343 X 410

TOILET

Ref. Drg. No. A 6.11 DUCT 50 X 92.5 for Toilet Detail

200 X 310

CUBICLE COMMON DINING AREA

G

COMMON DININ AREA

CUBICLE

CUBICLE

295 X 200

UP

V9b

BEDROOM

CUBICLE

200 X 310

UP

225 X 270

1

200 X 310

V7a

LOBBY

CUBICLE

DUCT 45 X 67.5

4

DINING

CUBICLE

380 X 410

Ref. Drg. No. A 6.1 for Toilet Detail

Ref. Drg. No. A 6.1 for Toilet Detail

300 X 310

WASHING/DRYING 347.5 X 365

Ref. Drg. No. A 6.27 for Washing Block Detail

V30 V18a

V30

V12

V12

V3

V3

V18a

V18a

V18a

V12

V18a

V12 V18b

SHUTTERING PANELS LAYOUT AND CEILING FANS PLAN

Professional Work

Vāstu Shilpā Consultants (Internship | September 2011 to August 2012) PREMASHRAYA (also PREMASHRAYA AT RAJARHAT) Location: Kolkata (Calcutta), India. A large Indian company seized the initiative to build a free hospital for cancer treatment, siding it with a unique group-housing facility that will provide an economical, hygienic and homely alternative to its patients and their families. Moreover, Premashraya is drafted to promote an active and vibrant environment of community and also a center for education and vocational training.

The project was already under construction when I joined the team. My contribution to the project: + Construction details: shuttering panels, ceiling fans, bathrooms, kitchens, stone walls’ layouts... + Interior and exterior renders (Cinema 4D and Photoshop). + Choice of part of the furniture for the bedrooms, bathrooms, kitchens and common living areas. + Choice of part of the materials and colors for interior and exterior finish. + Graphic design of some presentations to the clients.


ONE OF THE CHILDREN’S PLAYROOM

CONSTRUCTION DETAILS FOR BATHROOMS AND KITCHENS

3

P5

P6

A 6.12

3

P5

69.9

418.9 252.5

17

69.9

12.5 12.5

233

12.5

42.5

Q8

P6

A 6.12

418.9 137.4

95

100

16.5

53

29.5

12.5

57.5

25

137.4 16.5

53.4

252.5

16.5

233.5

100

95

42.5

12.5

69.9

12.5 12.5 16.5

53.5

29

12.5

57.5

25

12.5 17.5

75

80.5

70

85

219.9

16.5

14.5

90.5

4

50

116

12 315 36.3 205

5

12.5

TILE DROP

50

64

12.5

163.5

25

25

64

12.5

163.5

25

25

64

12.5

163.5

25

29

60

17

158.5

29.5

29

60

17

158.5

29.5

29

60

17

158.5

29.5

265

12.5

12.5

265

12.5

12.5

265

4 A 10.1

P7

P6

12.5

294

294

294

5

5

4

A 10.1

A 10.1

P7

P6

5

4

A 10.1

A 10.1

P7

12.5

Q1

25

28.7

Q1

29.5

2

25

A 10.1

75 50

72.5

58.5

25

SERVICE DUCT

29.5

50

3 CM THICK DUCT COVER

28.7

12.5

Q1

49.2

50

3 Q1

12.5

58.5

2

12.5

50

100

75.3

4

SERVICE DUCT

95

75

75.3

25

50

28.7

CABINET

3 3 CM THICK DUCT COVER

12.5

58.5

49.2

SERVICE DUCT

P6

128 206 58

13.5

25 253

420

255 70

449

69.5

90

86

±0.0

D18a

5

TILE DROP

4

49.2

5

12.5

12.5

97 113.3

115 115

420

65 50

6 A 10.1 FALSE CEILING 60X60 AS PER SPEC.

REFRIGERATOR

5

25

6 A 10.1

SANDWICH PLATFORM WITH POLISHED GRANITE FINISH AS PER SPEC. 45MM THK. FLOOR FINISH 60X60 VITRIFIED TILES FLOORING AS PER SPEC

+13.0

86

90

D18a

6 A 10.1

SB

4

±0.0

45MM THK. FLOOR FINISH 60X60 VITRIFIED TILES FLOORING AS PER SPEC

117

395 X 240

50 323.3

WB

4

+13.0

NT

LIGHT POINT

KITCHEN TYPE I

3

WB ABOVE

25MM THK. WALL FINISH 60X30 CERAMIC TILE DADOING AS PER SPEC.

SB

95

30 42.5

+19.0

395 X 240

57.5

420

6 A 10.1

Q4

60MM THK. FLOOR FINISH 60X60 VITRIFIED TILES FLOORING AS PER SPEC

2 KITCHEN TYPE I

255

420

395 X 240

6 A 10.1 449

KITCHEN TYPE I

EXHAUST FAN

SP

+19.0

449

3

Q4

V20

57.5

2

Q4

449

NT

SANDWICH PLATFORM WITH POLISHED GRANITE FINISH AS PER SPEC.

+86.0

40

65

INDUCTION COOKER

43

230

2

SLOPE 1:100 S 1:1 LO 00 PE

SLOPE 1:100

50

NT

60

+86.0

17.5

7 6 60MM THK. FLOOR FINISH 60X60 VITRIFIED TILES FLOORING AS PER SPEC

2

40

25

1

±0.0

CABINET

17.5

47.5

35

32.5 15

12.5

SB

26.3

20

30

SLOPE 1:100 S 1:1 LO 00 PE

65

29

16.5

25

8

WB ABOVE

SLOPE 1:100

Q4

58.5

22.5

32

52

115 WB

Q4

1 OVERHEAD CABINET

12.5

57.5

29

182.5

32.3

25

NT

30 30

25

SP

30 13 30 30

167.5

57.5

12.5

12.5

NT

28

53.5 16.5

60

52

29

29 64

57.5

57.5

57.5

57.5 12.5 25

12.5

25

25

167.5

28.7

12.5

12.5

60

29.5

25

12.5

178.5

25

29

29.5

29.5

277.5

272.5

420

449

265

162.5

REFRIGERATOR

17

12.5

12.5

15

W34 V20

P7

A 10.1

294 12.5

57.5

25MM THK. WALL FINISH 60X30 CERAMIC TILE DADOING AS PER SPEC.

12.5

4

5 A 10.1

265

29.5

66.2

12.5

29.5

NT

57.5

16.5

P6

P7

A 10.1

294 12.5 162.5

64.2

5

P6

A 10.1

265

420

P7

A 6.12

449

4 A 10.1

Q8

P6

17

SANDWICH PLATFORM WITH POLISHED GRANITE FINISH AS PER SPEC.

53.8

31.1

12.5

3

P5

55.5

60

28.7

35.1

79.5

205

A 6.12

7

12.5

29

79.5

107 265

P6

229.5

25 47.5

12.5

29.5 47.5

321.5

12.5

215.9 137.4

12.5

29.5

6

Q1

29

25 12.5

14.5

3

8

6

25

25 W21

294

A 10.1

6

PLUMB WALL AS PER SPEC.

418.9

P5

Q4

W21

DGU

ALUMINIUM BOX SECTION FORMING THE LOUVERS WITH A FLY MESH ON THE OUTSIDE AS PER VENTILATOR DETAIL

265

5

W21

4

7 V7b

418.9

A 10.1

88.4

92.4

235

EXHAUST FAN WITH A FLY MESH ON THE OUTSIDE AS PER VENTILATOR DETAIL

12.5

R 1

76.5

2

137.4

P6

3

MR

235

A 6.12

TILE DROP

±0.0

12.5

12.5 12.5

57.5

57.5 29

25

57.5 321.5

158.5

162.5

321.5 88

A 6.12

PC

D21

215

12.5 12.5

57.5

57.5

57.5 25

SLO

2

219.9

A 6.12

25MM THK. WALL FINISH 60X30 CERAMIC TILE DADOING AS PER SPEC.

5

2

17

4

WB

SP

12.5

2

4

3

3

SLOPE

SP

FALSE CEILING 60X60 AS PER SPEC.

60

60

LP

SHOWER

AC

V7b

WL

V7b

12.5

17.5

12.5

59.5

BC AC

W21

SUITE TOILET TYPE II 237.5 X 162.5

PE

SLOPE

235

4

NT

92.4

4 2 CM DROP

FALSE CEILING AS PER SPEC.

Q8

4 235

A 6.12

17.5

25MM THK. WALL FINISH 60X30 CERAMIC TILE DADOING AS PER SPEC.

SERVICE DUCT 57.5 X 47.5

7 8

5 45MM THK. FLOOR FINISH 30X30 CERAMIC TILES FLOORING AS PER SPEC

35.1

321.5

162.5

145

4

52.5

WB

57.5

7 6 GRANITE COUNTER TOP

EWC

Q8

52.5

17

TPH / AC

HF/BC

-2.0

Q8

6

30.5

5

LP PC

12.5

MR

29.5

25

Q8

42

12.5 12.5

PLUMB WALL 12.5 CM THK. AS PER SPEC.

12.5 12.5

SERVICE DUCT 57.5 X 47.5

CONCEALED CISTERN AS PER SPEC.

29

57.5

PLASTERED WALL FINISHING AS PER SPEC.

57.5

57.5

13

DUCT COVER

Q1


TWO OF THE POSSIBLE CONFIGURATIONS OF THE PATIENTS’ ROOMS

2 7.13

CONSTRUCTION DETAILS FOR THE CLADDING OF THE RECEPTION AREA

G2

A2

B-G-C-D-C-F-B-B-D-E

B1

F-B-C-E-H-B-H-E-H-B

F3 B2//

C1

D2

D1

C2//

F1

H3

F2//

H2//

G1

80 MM KOTA SKIRTING

B2//

C1

A2//

E1

D2

B1

C2//

2 7.13

G-A-D-A-C-E-F

G2

D7

E7

A2

D2

B1

B-G-C-D-C-F-B-B-D-E

F2

G1

A2

B-A-C-H-F

C2 E1

E4

F-D-E-C-F-G-B-E

D1

C4

E3 G2/

F1

A2/

B1

F4

G4

D1

E1 E3

F2

E1

B1

F4

E4

+336.0 bottom opening interior

F3

H2

C1

+378.0 shops' terrace

D2/

B1

C2

G1

C2 B1

H3

A2

F1

B3

A2

E1

B3

G3

B3

F2

B1

G1

B2

C1

F2

E3

H2

C1

G-C-E-B-F

C3

G7

E2

C1

B3

F7

C2

G1 F3

F-B-C-E-H-B-H-E-H-B

C7

A2

B1 H3

+404.2 shops' parapet

F1

4 7.13

F7

F-D-E-C-F-G-B-E

E2

E1

G1

G-C-E-B-F

E3

C2

E3 H2

B1

D3

A2

D1

H3

A2

F1

F3

A2

B1 B3

B2

B1

E3

G2

C1

F2 E1

B3

F2

E3

H2 C1

G3

E2

C1 C3

C2 G1

F3

C2

G1

A2

F1

C3

A2

B2

B1

E3

B3

A2//

F2

E1

D3

F3

G-A-D-A-C-E-F

H2

5 7.13

C2

G1

G-C-E-B-F

F-D-E-C-F-G-B-E

B-A-C-H-F

+618.0 parapet of children's terrace

A2

4 7.13

B2

B-A-C-H-F

3 7.13

32 MM THK JAISALMER SANDSTONE COPING FINISH AS PER SPEC.

F1

+154.0 bench

D4

+132.0 skirting

A6 C6

G-A-D-A-C-E-F

B1/

B-G-C-D-C-F-B-B-D-E

F3

F-B-C-E-H-B-H-E-H-B

B-A-C-H-F

G1/

B2

B3

A2

E6 D1

C1/ C3

C2

F6 C1

E3

H2

A6 F1 B3

B2

A6

D1

H3

F2

D6

A2

H3

C2

A5

C5

E5

+115.0 floor finishing

E1 E3

H2

H3

F2

±0.0 ground level

17 2.6 46

+378.0 shops' terrace

PLASTER AS PER SPEC.

+336.0 bottom opening interior

+336.0 bottom opening interior 17 29.4

WALL FINISH -JAISALMER SANDSTONE DRY CLADDING AS PER SPEC. FILLED WITH SEALANT DOW CORNER

WALL FINISH -JAISALMER SANDSTONE DRY CLADDING AS PER SPEC. FILLED WITH SEALANT DOW CORNER

50

67

+404.2 shops' parapet

WALL FINISH -JAISALMER SANDSTONE DRY CLADDING AS PER SPEC. SS CLAMP TO FIX THE STONE

2.6

46 33

33 17

FILLED WITH SEALANT DOW CORNER

TYPICAL ELEVATION

PLASTER AS PER SPEC.

PLASTER AS PER SPEC.

33

TYPICAL SECTION THROUGH OPENING

SS CLAMP TO FIX THE STONE

34.6 17

33

4

+154.0 bench +115.0 floor finishing

17

+378.0 shops' terrace

40

43

2.6

A.7.13 SCALE 1:20

11 33

50

8.6 28.8

50

RCC BEAM AS PER STRUCTURAL DRAWING

SS CLAMP TO FIX THE STONE

34.6 17

FLOOR FINISH IN 1:100 SLOPE CRAZY KOTA STONE TERRACE FLOORING AS PER SPEC. POLYMERIC MODIFIED MEMBRANE TREATMENT WATER-PROOFING AS PER SPEC.

50

WALL FINISH - JAISALMER SANDSTONE WET CLADDING AS PER SPEC.

2.6

17 2.6

+404.2 shops' parapet +378.0 shops' terrace

1

A.7.13 SCALE 1:50

33

AAC BLOCK WALL AS PER SPEC.

+618.0 parapet of children's terrace

17

JAISALMER SANDSTONE COPING FINISH AS PER SPEC.

5 7.13

3 7.13

100 MM KOTA SKIRTING

2

KOTA STONE SKIRTING AS PER SPEC.

±0.0 ground level

±0.0 ground level

SECTION THROUGH THE PARAPET OF THE CHILDREN'S TERRACE

A.7.13 SCALE 1:20

3

TYPICAL SECTION THROUGH WALL OF A SHOP

A.7.13 SCALE 1:20

5

TYPICAL SECTION THROUGH WALL AND BENCH

A.7.13 SCALE 1:20


CONCEPTUAL DESIGN MODEL | SCALE 1:200 THE MODEL SHOWN IN THIS PHOTOGRAPH IS THE ONLY PIECE OF WORK I HAVE NOT PERSONALLY PRODUCED.


Personal Work 2015 ÉVEUX, FRANCE Pen on paper.

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28


5 303.6

R 143.6 R 120.6

+43.5

411.9

78.2

23 ±0.0

4

23

23

411.9

4 18

0. 5

R 70 R 93

+60.9

±0.0

4. 5 26

+95.7

+26.1

+26.1

±0.0

80

.5

13

5. 9

23

23

4

23

184

11

+60.9

4 3.

17

56

2

5 2.

8.

58

15

+95.7

25

212.9

11

±0.0 +26.1

86.1 139.8

104.4

5

+78.3

+26.1 +8.7

3

+26.1

4

23

144.3

R 75 R 98

165.1 34.534.534.5 52.1

101.2

108.7

4

LIGHT POLE

+60.9

138.5

27.3

156.1

103.5

194

23

201.3

92

2. 5

20

17

WINDOW DETAIL

Note: All windows have the same dimensions.

Scale - 1:10

Note: There shall be no openings in the curved walls.

11 5 11 5 8

6. 6

69

BRICK BRICK PCC

BRICK PCC

43.5 26.1 34.8

BRICK BRICK PCC

34.8

27.3

34.8

95.7

79.5

8.7 BRICK

BRICK 44.8

BRICK

34.8

8.7 9.9 7.5

1

10 17.4 17.4

34.5

126.5

PCC EARTH FILL

10 17.4 17.4

92

34.6

0

34.6

23

23

46 356.5

PCC EARTH FILL

62.2

±0.0

115

241.5

Note: Highlighted wiht a gray fill is shown the external wall (139.2 cm height)

7.5

+26.1

6

115 Scale - 1:50

EARTH FILL

10 17.4 17.4 17.4

57.5

PLAN

PCC

+60.9 +43.5

6

MONK BOND

+95.7

103.5

BRICK BRICK PCC

4

34.8

69

62.2

69

139.2

57.5

264.5

495.9

34.5

+78.3

105.7

184

56.9

34.5

17.4 17.4 17.4 17.4

5 9.

244

RUNNING BOND

572.8

5 89.3

241.5

34.5

253

115.5

14

172.5

34.5

605.4

122.5

126.5

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46

23

7

23

93.5

7.5 8.7

13

19

3. 5 10

5

+139.2

207

44.8

195.5 230.8

12

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6. 3

58

R 98 R 75

34.8

56.7

3

+60.9

Scale - 1:100

6

34

150

195.5

1

PLAN SHOWING THE SLAB LEVELS

LIGHT POLE

13

494.5

7

92

4

6

2

2

10 17.4 17.4 17.4

242

41

80.5

SECTION 4 Scale - 1:20

COCONUT TREE +139.2

PCC

BRICK

PCC

PCC

8.7

26.1

34.8 BRICK

BRICK

9.9

7.5

BRICK

±0.0

17.4

PCC EARTH FILL

27.4

34.8

+26.1

26.1 17.4 44.8

10 17.4 17.4 17.4

BRICK

PCC

10 17.4 17.4

34.8

EARTH FILL

7.5 8.7 60.9

44.7 35

34.8 BRICK

BRICK 62.2

BRICK

BRICK

+60.9

35

95.7 ±0.0

34.8 BRICK

PCC

5

EARTH FILL

10 17.4 17.4 17.4

BRICK

EARTH FILL

44.7

34.8 34.8 10 17.4 17.4

26.1

BRICK

+26.1

26.1

34.8

PCC

±0.0

44.8

BRICK BRICK

17.4

PCC EARTH FILL

±0.0

27.4

+8.7

10 17.4 17.4 8.7 17.4

+26.1

PCC

7.5 8.7

+60.9

+43.5

139.2

PCC +60.9

44.8

+95.7

+78.3

10 17.4 17.4

23

43.5

98.8

7.5 8.7

41.1

79.5

23

+95.7

17.4 17.4 17.4 17.4

34.6

34.6

62.2

10 17.4 17.4 17.4

26.1

139.2

43.5

+139.2

PCC

PCC

SECTION 5 Scale - 1:20

6

SECTION 6 Scale - 1:20

Professional Work

Vāstu Shilpā Consultants (Internship | September 2011 to August 2012) VESSEL PLINTH Location: Mumbai (Bombay), India. The clients commissioned a brick structure as a new plinth for their collection of sculpture. The project is located in their villa’s garden and was intended for usage mainly during social happenings, as both a display and seating area.

The project’s concept, general draft and design is by Sönke Hoof, partner of VSC. My contribution to the project: + Fine tuning of the design. + Construction details. + Construction drawings, drafted with the collaboration of the office’s consultants. Note: the image in the preceding page has been produced in 2015 as personal work.


Personal Work

2012 AHMEDABAD, INDIA Watercolour and pen on paper. Sketches must aid the comprehension of the represented subject. The scope is not only to represent but also to understand. Sketch as a way to communicate. 30


Personal Work

2011 AHMEDABAD, INDIA Pen on paper.


Personal Work

2011 MENDRISIO, SWITZERLAND Pen on paper. Facade studies.


Personal Work

2011 MENDRISIO, SWITZERLAND Pen on paper. Facade studies.


Personal Work

2014 PORTO, PORTUGAL Watercolour and ink pen on Ogami paper.


Personal Work 2014 MILAN, ITALY

Gel pen and ballpoint pen on paper.


Personal Work

2014 PORTO, PORTUGAL Watercolour and ink pen on Ogami paper.


Porto Academy ‘14 | Workshop work atelier Tetsuo Kondo | 2014 OF EARTH AND AIR

There are special moments in which words allow you to see life through someone else’s mind’s eye. In these special moments, we gain something ourselves. These fragments are significative moments that gifted me something. By collecting and hand writing them I share not only their power, but also a part of me. The fluctuations of my emotional state can be read through the movement of the line, the fragile appearance and paper blurs them together in one entity and the choice tells more about me than my own words could ever do. 37


Translation

2015 MENDRISIO, SWITZERLAND At the beginning of the semester, the student worked with some difficulties in understanding and applying the professor’s suggestion; this was due to a difference in methodological setting between my atelier and others, which requires a more professional and less conceptual approach to architecture. Later on there was a strong improvement in both the project’s main frame and its planning, where a greater concreteness emerged in the project’s evolution and realisation of the concept. Overall, the student expresses herself through a work characterised by an interesting composition, encompassed on the main facade by a rigid frame in concrete, much like a large screen, that contains two diverging volumes with the required programme, while the centre is occupied by a system of stairs and terraced garden. Commitment and accuracy were determining elements to accomplish good and positive results. The student proved herself to be very open to discussion and changes in her project that were, at times, even radical. The professor, Mario Botta

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M IMOSA CERATTI ARCHITECT | ARCH. DIPL. AAM - USI Female www.mimosaceratti.com.

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Born 28/09/1990

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Italian

address: via Aristotele, 67 , 20128 Milano, Italy t: +39 3497260123 +41 (0)767008847 | e: mimosa.ceratti@gmail.com skype: mimosa.ceratti | facebook: Mimosa Crt

I graduated in June 2015 in the atelier of arch. Mario Botta. As a young architect, I wish to work and grow. This would not be my first experience in the field, as during my education I worked for about a year, packing an incredibly positive experience and confronting myself with various stages of a project, from early conceptualization to construction. Both my personality and experience made me ready to face the challenges that may come and open to change and discussion, although I remain persistent and dedicated to working to the best of my capabilities. I wish to build a rich, diverse background that will make me into a person able to bring a stimulating, multicultural and open vision to my colleagues and workplace and with this objective in mind I took conscious decisions throughout my life; for example, I so far lived in 4 different countries (Italy, England, Switzerland and India), traveled and took up and learnt as much as I could, from fine arts to typography to traditional photography and more, deepening my knowledge of English and acquiring a basic comprehension of French and Japanese to side my mother tongue, Italian.

REFERENCES Mario Botta Architect, Mario Botta Architetto Diploma Mentor T: +41 91 972 8625 E: mba@botta.ch

Sönke Hoof Architect, Vāstu Shilpā Consultants T: +91 79 27454537/39 E: vsc@sangath.org

Bruno Pedretti Art Historian and writer Thesis Mentor T: +41 58 666 5766 E: bruno.pedretti@usi.ch

WORK EXPERIENCE Vāstu Shilpā Consultants Sep 2011 – Aug 2012

Intern – Architecture & Urban planning “Sangath” Drive In Road, Ahmedabad 380 054, India www.sangath.org | vsc@sangath.org | +91 (0)7927454537/39 Project design | Construction drawings | Rendering | Graphic design

TAO Education Feb 2012 – June 2014

Graphic designer – Education & Schooling K-13, South extension part 2, Delhi 110049, India www.tao-ed.com Logo and brand identity | User interface design | Presentations and various templates

Holiday Inn Oct 2007 – Aug 2008

Waitress – F & B High road, DN4 9UX, Warmsworth, Doncaster, United Kingdom www.holidayinn.com/Doncaster | +44 8719429061 Restaurant, receptions and bar

AceA onlus Sep 2006 - today

Volunteer “Pais” via Angera, 3, 20125 Milano, Italy www.consumietici.it | www.aceaonlus.net

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+39 0284259130

PR, shopkeeper, coordinator of group work and more

ENGLISH | Self assessment Proficient under every aspect

FRENCH | Self assessment Listening, speaking and writing: Basic Reading: Independent

JAPANESE | Doncaster College Skills Certificate. Achieved 2008, not used frequently since then. Beginner level under every aspect 1/2

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EDUCATION & TRAINING Accademia di Architettura, Mendrisio, Switzerland www.arc.usi.ch Sep 2009 – June 2015

Diploma “Topics of architecture”, director arch. Valerio Olgiati | 01/2015 to 06/2015 Architectural design atelier / Diploma: arch. Mario Botta Essay: “The design product as a fétiche of contemporary society” prof. Bruno Pedretti Master 1+2 | 09/2013 to 12/2014 Architectural design ateliers: arch. João Nunes + arch. João Gomes da Silva (Msc2) arch. Quintus Miller (Msc1) Workshop with Hélène Binet Lightness in photography The project Aeschenplatz 6 (Msc1) was part of the exhibition Sechs Häuser für Basel in 02/2015 and was published in the exhibition’s catalog. Bachelor | 09/2009 to 07/2010 Architectural design ateliers: arch. Go Hasegawa (BAC3) arch. Eric Lapierre (BAC3) arch. Kersten Geers / Office KGDVS (BAC2) arch. Riccardo Blumer (BAC1) The project Volare in Gabbia (BAC1) was published on Domus n. 936, May 2010 and exhibited from July to September 2010 at Triennale Design Museum, Milan, Italy. The project Edicole d’arte (BAC1) was selected and realised in Botticino marble and exhibited at Marmomacc ‘10.

Porto Academy, Porto, Portugal www.portoacademy.info July 2014

Workshop with arch. Tetsuo Kondo E-published at http://www.portoacademy.info/porto-academy-14-booklets/

Liceo Artistico Caravaggio, Milano, Italy www.liceocaravaggio.gov.it Sep 2004 – July 2009

Diploma di Maturità di liceo artistico Sample of classes taken: + Architectural design + Sculpture + Fine arts + Philosophy

Doncaster College, Doncaster, United Kingdom www.don.ac.uk Aug 2007 – July 2008

Cultural exchange program (1 academic year) Extracurricular A levels obtained: + Fine arts & History of art + Photography

+ Mathematics + Chemistry Extracurricular GCSEs obtained: + Psychology

PERSONAL SKILLS Computer skills

Independent, intuitive and fast learner of new programs & applications. A selection of known and used programs: Approximate competence: Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Powerpoint) ArchiCAD AutoCAD Rhinoceros Adobe Photoshop Adobe Illustrator Adobe Indesign & Quark XPress Adobe Lightroom Cinema 4D (including Vray) Laser cutting (experienced with multiple machines) 3D Printing through Cura

Communication skills

Good communication and mediating skills gained through years of volunteer work and recurrent presentations of my own work in architecture and academic research. Moreover I gained confidence and social competence through my working experiences.

Organisational / managerial skills

Capable of organising own and groups’ work, based on personal attitude and knowledge of the individuals’ strong and weak points and overall aim and scope, in a continuous pursue of synergy. Ready to lead by example and to support those lagging behind.

Personal skills

+ Above average hand drawing skills (academic/fine art, technical, mixed media, etc.) + Good knowledge of digital and film photography, including film development, digital postprocessing and dark room printing. + Model making skills that include ability to work with wood, cardboard, Styrofoam, Plexiglas, concrete, gypsum/plaster, paper, wax etc. + Typography – composing and printing with lead characters + Engraving and linocut printing

Driving licence

Italian driving licence B 2/2


Personal Work

2010 SHANGHAI, CHINA Digital photography.

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Personal Work 2007 STUART, UK

Film photography. The film was personally developed and printed.


Mimosa Ceratti | Portfolio 2015