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G I O V A N N I G L O R I A L A N Z A A R C H I T E C T U R E P O R T FO L I O _ 2014


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This portfolio includes a complete selection of projects I have done in the last six years attending the Master Degree in Architecture at Genoa University. The material has been developed both in academic courses and competitions. Quite all the projects shown are teamworks, all of the drawings / representations are made by me. Images produced during my internships are not intended to be my property. All rights reserved to OBR - Open Building Research and RPBW - Renzo Piano Building Workshop.

ResumĂŠ / CV | brief version | 1988/2014

CODING ATLANTIS | Master Thesis | Prof G.Galli | 2013

HANGitOVER | GAU:DI Competition | Winner Project | 2011/12

Cultural Bondage | Restauration Studio | Prof S.Musso | 2011/12

The GRID / Housing in Genoa | Design Studio 5 | Prof A.Magliocco | 2011/12

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RESITE dPav | Workshop Competition | T.Hosmer & C.Balmond | 2013

Centro Cultural del Raval | Design Studio 4 | Prof M.Lecis | 2010

Vienna House of Music | Student Competition | Archmedium | 2010

NoVAoutCity | Design Studio 2 | Prof G.Galli | 2010

Centro Ricerca Frantoi | Landscape Design Studio | Prof P.Stringa | 2011

Internship | OBR and RPBW | Genoa, Paris | 2010 / 2011

Other Workshops | Academic , Professional | 2008-2014

Model-making | Academic & Professional | 2008-2013

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R E S U M E PERSONAL Giovanni Glorialanza Chiavari, 29/07/1988 Lavagna, Via Valle dei Berissi 9 - 16033 +39 3387569920 +39 0185395701 gioglorialanza@gmail.com EDUCATION 2007/2013

2002 / 2007

M.ARCH at UNIGE - Università degli Studi di Genova IT five years curriculum in Project, Technology and Environment final grade: 110L/110

Diploma at Liceo Marconi, Chiavari IT PNI department, Math and Informatical studies final grade: 88/100

WORKING EXPERIENCES Mar / Aug 2011

Spring Internship at Renzo Piano Building Workshop, Paris FR partner in charge: Antoine Chaaya

Aug / Oct 2010

Summer Internship at OBR: Open Building Research, Genoa IT referent: Michele Renzini, Paolo Brescia

COMPETITIONS 2011 / 2012

GAU:DI Market Hall by Cité de l’Architecture et du Patrimoine

2012

UNKNOWN - housing as open problem by AEEA

2010

Vienna House of Music by Archmedium

WORKSHOPS Jul 2013

Rencontres avec le Territoire, Marseille FR ( 2 weeks )

Jun 2013

reSITE dPav: 2.5 days in Prague, Praha CZ ( three days )

Sept 2012

tutored by T.Hosmer and C.Balmond from BALMOND STUDIO at ARCHIP

GAU:DI Competition | 3th Workshop, Venice IT ( one week )

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May 2012

GAU:DI Competition | 2nd Worshop, Venice IT ( one week )

Dec 2011

GAU:DI Competition | 1st Workshop, Liège BE ( five days )

Sept 2012

Plexus | Processing Workshop, Genoa IT tutored by A.Erioli and A.Zomparelli from Co-de-IT

Dec 2010

Sostenibile non Sostenibile by Fondazione Luzzati, Genoa IT

Oct 2009

Colore è Vita by Gruppo Boero, Genoa IT

PRIZES / SCHOLARSHIPS 2011

Renzo Piano Foundation Scholarship

2012

Winner Project of GAU:DI Student Competition

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Selected Partecipant for reSITE dPav Competition

PUBLICATIONS / EXPOSITIONS 2012

Architecture à l’essai, Le concours étudiant Gaudi sur l’architecture durable Jana Revedin, Alternatives, Paris | ISBN 978-2862277394

June 2012 2012 / 2013

Students Projects Temporary Exhibition at UNIGE Market Hall: Place For Social Interaction for GAU:DI Competition exhibition in Venice and Paris

LANGUAGES

June 2012

Italian English French

mother tongue IELTS Certificate, Band Score: 7,5 base level

SOFTWARES Advanced level in: Autocad ; Cinema4D + V-Ray; Sketchup + V-Ray; Adobe Photoshop, InDesing, Illustrator, Premiere ; iWork / iLife ; Microsoft Office ; ESRI CityEngine Good level in: Rhinoceros ; Grasshopper + Galapagos, Karamba, Millipede ; VectorWorks Basics in: 3DStudioMax; Processing; Arduino; Python

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C O D I N G A T L A N T I S Master Thesis | Prof G.Galli | 2012/13 For my Master Thesis I decided to analyze Leon Krier’s theories about traditional architecture and urbanism. Before his compromises with reality and feasibility which led him to be the father of New Urbanism, he used to leave some room for interpretation: almost a parametrical approach to urban and architectural design. My work aims to codificate most of Krier’s architectural typologies and urban patterns into a software that runs his brilliant theory of Tuning of Urban Architecture.

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Lot --> #alignScopeToGeometry(zUp,auto) split(x){ ‘.6 : alignScopeToGeometry(zUp,auto) split(x){ ‘.2 : ## PORTICATO extrude(murettoHigh*1.3) comp(f){ top : offset(.1,inside) extrude(.1) Wall

/** * File: RESPRIV_03-LShape2.cga * Created: 2 Nov 2013 11:32:19 GMT * Author: gino */

| bottom : reverseNormals alignScopeToGeometry(zUp,auto) split(x){ {.5 : alignScopeToGeometry(zUp,auto) split(x){ .5 : Pergolato | ~5 : NIL | .5 : Pergolato

} | ~3 : setback(.3) {object.back : extrude(murettoHigh) Wall } }* | .5 : alignScopeToGeometry(zUp,auto) split(x){ .5 :

import t1 : “Vernacular/Roof_VernacularGable.cga” import t2 : “Vernacular/Roof_VernacularCapriata.cga” import t3 : “Vernacular/Roof_VernacularTower.cga” import f1 : “Vernacular/Facade_VernacularRow.cga” import P : “vegetation.cga”

version “2010.3” attr murettoHigh = 2.5 attr vernacularHigh = 5#rand(4,6)

Lot --> split(x){ ‘.2 : ## PERGOLATO alignScopeToGeometry(zUp,auto) extrude(murettoHigh*1.3) comp(f){ top : offset(.3,inside) extrude(.1) Wall | bottom :

Lot --> alignScopeToGeometry(zUp,1,0) split(y){ ‘.8 : split(x){ ‘.4 : split(y){ ‘.8 : ## MAIN HOUSE extrude(1.5*vernacularHigh) comp(f) { object.front : VRowFront # | object.back : VRowBack

Lot --> alignScopeToGeometry(zUp,1,1) split(x){ ‘.6 :

reverseNormals alignScopeToGeometry(zUp,auto) split(x){ {.5 : alignScopeToGeometry(zUp,auto) split(x){ .5 : Pergolato | ~5 : NIL | .5 : Pergolato }

Wall | object.front : extrude(murettoHigh) Wall | remainder : alignScopeToGeometry(yUp,auto) P.PalmVegetation }

} } | ~5 : ## MURETTO setback(.3) { object.left : extrude(murettoHigh)

alignScopeToGeometry(zUp,auto) split(x){ ‘.3 : extrude(vernacularHigh*.8) comp(f) { side : VRowSide | top : t1.VernacularGable } | ~5 : setback(.3) {object.front : extrude(murettoHigh) Wall

| ~3 : setback(.3){ object.left : extrude(murettoHigh) Wall } }* | .5 : alignScopeToGeometry(zUp,auto) split(x){ .5 : Pergolato

| side : VRowSide | top : VRowTop } | ~5 : setback(.3){ object.left : extrude(murettoHigh) Wall } } | ‘.6 :

Pergolato | ~5 : NIL | .5 : Pergolato }

}

| remainder : alignScopeToGeometry(yUp,auto) P.PalmVegetation } | ‘.2 : split(y){ scope.sx : alignScopeToGeometry(zUp,auto) extrude(murettoHigh*1.3) comp(f){ top : offset(.1,inside)

| ~5 : setback(.3){ object.front : extrude(murettoHigh) Wall } | .5 : Pergolato }

| ~5 : setback(.3) { object.front : extrude(murettoHigh) Wall | object.back : extrude(murettoHigh) Wall | remainder :

} }

split(y){ ‘.8 : setback(scope.sy*.4) { streetSide : extrude(vernacularHigh*.8) comp(f) { side : VRowSide | top : t1.VernacularGable } | remainder : alignScopeToGeometry(yUp,auto) P.PalmVegetation

} | ~5 : setback(.3){ object.right : extrude(murettoHigh) Wall } } }

Despite its origin in the generative art field, the aesthetic of the so called “Digital Architecture“ is more and more turning into a style, where the process loses importance on behalf of the final aspect of the project and the correspondence with a general idea of Digital Style. I apply a typical digital procedure to a traditionalist idea of architecture, developing a Shape Grammar based on Leon Krier’s principles for the development of cities; more precisely I encode most of the typologies designed for his project of Atlantis, Tenerife.

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Phase_0 : View of the Acropolis

The whole work is developed as a process of iteration gradually applied to wider and wider scale. At first I generated several aliases of the original project in order to obtain a believable regeneration of the first design.

Phase_1 : View of one Acropolis’ alias

Secondly I used the most succesful aliases to experiment an assembly system obtained as a balance between Krier’s proposal for a Polycentric City and the more explicit theory for Central City by Christaller.

In conclusion I expanded the grid system in a reliefs aware environment in the Island of Tenerife, considering as limits for the hypothetical expansion the geographical boundaries of the island solely.

Phase_1 : Aerial view of the most similar alias

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A total amount of 16 typologies are defined in between the monuments of the Res Publica:

1 x Church

11 x Temples

2 x Pinacoteques

2 x Rounded-Plan Temples

1 x Stoa

1 x Biblioteque

1 x Therme

1 x Ping Pong

2 x Hotel and Restaurant

2 x Concert Halls

1 x Sculpture Gallery

4 x Odeon

3 x Porticuses

1 x Belvedere Tower

1 x CarrĂŠ

1 x Pool

In between the main public areas lays the Res Privata: a medium amount of private houses designed in analogy to the classical village houses. Krier follows a specified code of morphology, in which every house have to correspond or to be categorized into one of the following typologies :

Row Type

Tower Type

L-Type

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L-Type with Tower


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b1_ Minor Quartier inhabitants external radius total Lots monuments street layout center development S/C ratio average lot size

a6_ Minor Quartier inhabitants external radius total Lots monuments street layout center development S/C ratio average lot size

~ 3500 300mt 417 15 raster 10 1 450 m2

~ 2320 270mt 291 11 organic 10 1 450 m2

02 a1_ Minor Quartier inhabitants external radius total Lots monuments street layout center development S/C ratio average lot size

~ 1824 226 mt 228 12 organic 10 1 350m2

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a5_ Minor Quartier inhabitants external radius total Lots monuments street layout center development S/C ratio average lot size

~ 2160 240mt 270 13 organic 10 1 500m2

a4_ Minor Quartier inhabitants external radius total Lots monuments street layout center development S/C ratio average lot size

a0_ Major Quartier inhabitants external radius total Lots monuments street layout center development S/C ratio average lot size

~ 4416 330 mt 552 34 organic 10 1.2 450 m2

~ 2490 780 mt 298 high organic 10 1 450 m2

a2_ Minor Quartier inhabitants external radius total Lot monuments street layout center development S/C ratio average lot size

~ 2680 250mt 335 10 raster 10 1 500m2

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a3_ Minor Quartier inhabitants external radius total Lots monuments

~ 2900 290mt 371 15

c1_ Minor Quartier inhabitants external radius total Lots monuments

~ 2450 247mt 293 12


inhabitants external radius total Lots monuments street layout center development S/C ratio average lot size

~ 2650 780 mt 330 high organic 10 1 450 m2

d6_ Minor Quartier inhabitants external radius total Lots monuments street layout center development S/C ratio average lot size

~ 2180 234mt 227 15 organic 10 1 450 m2

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b3_ Minor Quartier inhabitants external radius total Lots monuments street layout center development S/C ratio average lot size

~ 2240 267 281 13 organic 10 1 450 m2

b2_ Minor Quartier inhabitants external radius total Lots monuments street layout center development S/C ratio average lot size

~ 2240 258mt 280 12 raster 10 1 450 m2

d1_ Minor Quartier inhabitants external radius total Lots monuments street layout center development S/C ratio average lot size

~ 3120 276mt 389 16 raster 10 1 450 m2

d0_ Major Quartier inhabitants external radius total Lots monuments street layout center development S/C ratio average lot size

~ 3400 298mt 426 30 raster 10 1 450 m2

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Phase_4 : obstacle map and occupancy diagram

b0_ Major Quartier

~ 3600 255mt 449 high raster 10 1 450 m2

~ 2280 267mt 286 17 organic 10 1 450 m2

Phase_4 : Part of the generated territorial plan d2_ Minor Quartier

inhabitants external radius total Lots monuments street layout center development S/C ratio average lot size

~ 2550 280mt 318 11 raster 10 1 450 m2

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d3_ Minor Quartier inhabitants external radius total Lots monuments street layout center development S/C ratio average lot size

~ 2320 255mt 290 16 organic 10 1 450 m2


Phase_3 : Different pattern of Expansion

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The final result is intended to provide evocative scenarios for an utopian expansion of a traditional settlement, which development is obtained using tools lent from a different field.

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GAU:DI Competition | Winner Project | 2011/12 The covered market is an extraordinary world: how new ideas could further improve a model that has already evolved through time? Every market-day nevertheless generates large amounts of easily recognisable waste - vegetable peel, soil, boxes and crates - which raise the very urgent problem of recycling. We decided to smartly combine these elements: returning this artefact to the market is a way to sensitize users towards the market itself.

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view from below

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WASTE

This project proposes to use wooden crates as vases: in each one any short-roots plant can grow, fertilised by compost made out of wet waste’s fermentation. Crates are hanging from a wooden grid-structure

that can adapt to every shape and location through a parametric design. The goal is that each market user will cultivate one or more crates – in a contemporary reinterpretation of the 19th Century Collective Garden.

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COMBINE

HANG IT

Using a simple ecological act, we create a new market through waste. WASTE

RECYCLE

REVOLUTION


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view from above

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exploded view of the system

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Roof levels

pavillon proposal in Venice

longitudinal section

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MODULAR ROOF

NO COVER

HANG MECCANISM

GRID

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hanging crate system

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mockup making

covered path

COVER PATH

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digital produced model

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stages of optimization

We studied the formal optimization of a hypothetical waffle structure in wood, subject to its own weight, where the goal is the stiffness of the structure reached by minimizing the average movement of each node. There are many constraints for optimization, such as the position of the supports, the displacement of the nodes and the section of the beam itself.

Were followed up three different experiments: 0 | FLAT SRF : a simple flat grid with three nodes defined as constraints, used as an example of nonoptimized structure by which we judge the other cases; 1 | FIXED : an optimized structure by shifting the z axis of all the intersection - referred to as nodes except for those defined as constraints or supports; 2| FLOATING Z : a system which uses the structure by changing the value of z for all nodes, including those which are defined as constraints; 3 | FLOATING NODE : an alternative method of optimization, where seg- ments are kept fixed to the initial positions, while the position of the constraints nodes varies.

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| Fixed 101| Fixed

| FloatingZZ 202 | Floating

| FloatingNode Node 303 | Floating

GridGrid

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Load Condition Loads

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C U L T U R A L B O N D A G E Restauration Studio | Prof S.Musso | 2012/13 The project brings back to life the Spinola-Muratori Palazzo’s Tower in Genoa; this historical fabric is a perfect example of both typical Genoese villas and the terrible state of neglect in which they are kept. Most of the times these towers are transformed in museums of itself in which the visitor can’t have a real interaction with the building and it’s history. We so decide to in two ways: restoring conservatevely the original fabric and creating two access to make it attainable.

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view from inside the library

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section

plan

In order not to formally modify the manufact, altering it’s original appeareance, we decided to focus on program. We split the turret in two main functions, pushing on it’s dimensions as the highest potential morphological offers a building like that. The tower is so splitted, in order to improve the usability:

the first two levels would be available to the Circolo Arci as an office space and presentation room, while the top two floors - which are isolated from traffic because of their height - offer hospitality in the lounges for reading, a video library and unique spaces integrated with the library. This solution allows to meet the request of Regulations for fire escape while avoiding the addition of external vertical paths for the entire height of the tower.

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state of the building

view of the library

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material decay studies

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Design Studio 5 | Prof A.Magliocco | 2011/12 Genoa has always been a land of travelers, from sailors to merchants, then shipowners who ruled the Mediterranean Sea. The old commercial harbour is nowadays the nerve center for tourism, and for its own shape this flow is naturally embed in the city. This proposal is located along one of the guidelines of Genoa, near the Bisagno River; the distances from transportation centres makes the location both an arrival and crossing spot. The site is now occupied by a bus station that is planned to be replaced by a residential complex.

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view from the street

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In the same site we combine housing with hostels, so that short period lodgers cohabit with residents; in an eventual future this area of Genoa will merge with the context reducing the hostel area, becoming a proper residential quarter.

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N-S section

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stages of optimization

detailed section

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west elevation

east elevation

Ostello

PROGRAMMA

Ristorante/Bar/ Mensa Palestra

Ostello

Negozi Ristorante/Bar/ Mensa Serra sociale Palestra Sala proiezioni Negozi Aule musica Serra sociale Parch. pertinenziali Sala Parch. pubblici/ proiezioni interscambio Aule musica Percorsi - veicoli Parch. Percorsi - pubblico pertinenziali Percorsi - privato Parch. pubblici/ interscambio Percorsi - veicoli Percorsi - pubblico Percorsi - privato

Schema distributivo-funzionale

program diagram Corso Studenti

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Laboratorio Progetto Tecnologia Ambiente | Prof. Magliocco Adriano | AA 2011/12 Antonucci Federica - Dini Giulio - Glorialanza Giovanni - Quartara Andrea

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Workshop Competition | T.Hosmer & C.Balmond | 2013 reSITE dPAV is a three-stage competition. Stage one commenced with an “Open Call� where 20 individuals from across the globe were selected for stage two: a 2.5 day workshop competition in Prague. One team was selected by a jury for stage three: the construction of a temporary, movable pavilion that will be used for conferences and festivals about urbanism in Central and Eastern Europe.

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assembled study model

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primitive concept

The origin of the pavilion lays in the complex geometry of a rhombic dodecahedron: an Archimedean dual solid with 12 congruent rhombic faces.

Some minerals such as garnet form a rhombic dodecahedral crystal habit.

three-dimensional space. It can be stacked to fill a space much like hexagons fill a plane.

This primitive geometry can be used to tessellate

elements connections

Anlges between the twelve faces are repetitive, with an obtuse 120째 and its relative 60째. We reduce the surface of the faces to a boomerang-like shape and design

a system of connection as a dial of 6 slots to connect them.

but following the same assembly rules we obtain interesting emerging networks of shapes.

From there it is impossibile to recreate the whole shape of a dodechaedron,

conceptual model

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pavilion development

We imagine a pavilion composed by interchangable parts, easily to assemble but quite complex to perceive as a simple modular assemble of parts.

In case of small site for the development of the whole pavilion, a series of different compositions can create the desired dimesions, while preserving the overall idea of the design.

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The space between the boomerang-shaped beams can be used to house screens or just rhombical panels to close the space.


view from inside the big pavilion

view of the path-driven pavilion

plan of an assembled pavilion

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different part of the pavilion

view of the entrance

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from concept to final model

judges playing with the model

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C E N T R O C U L T U R A L D E L _ R A V A L Design Studio 4 | Prof M.Lecis | 2010/11 El Raval district of Barcelona has undergone recent redevelopment in terms of social and architectural transformation: the inclusion in this context of a library and cultural center is meant to complete this brand new quarter. The project area is near to the medieval Bastion and the Drassanes; their geometries intersect in a grid in which we developed geometries, surfaces and finally the mass of the building.

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inside aerial theview library

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alignments process

The spiritual link with the historical context is present yet implicit, despite the final building shape results as a complex geometry.

The public area is obtained by subtracting from original lot the new building area, and these portions of the plan are further subdivided in

program diagram

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green area and pedestrian paths through the same geometrical procedure used for the mass design.


view of the entrance

view of the cafeteria

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south elevation

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V I E N N A H O U S E O F _ M U S I C ArchMedium | Student Competition | 2010 The fourth edition of Archmedium’ students competition asked for a new building dedicated to music in Vienna, in the Stadtpark: taking into account the importance of the past and the future of Vienna, this proposal aims to be an important link between the city history and its present. The building will include a Conservatory and an Auditorium.

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aerial view of the site

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conservatory interior

The design process starts by modeling the area on a breakdown longitudinal bands inspired by the sound waves - sinusoidal shaped - creating linked spaces on the lot. The most notable shape will be occupated by the auditorium, which will serve simultaneously inside and outside.

auditorium interior

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auditorium entrance

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Design Studio 2 | Prof G.Galli | 2009 Post-Apocalyptic world. Genoa’s sky is full of toxic green smog; metallic structures cling to historical buildings like parasites: inside them human-standing temperature is granted by lava coming from the middle of the Earth, while oxygen comes from the upper sky by infinitie lenght pipes. Survivors live inside minimal space unities, lulled by the memories of those happy times ...

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aerial view of Via XX Settembre

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Piazza de Ferrari

inside of a “blob“

inside one capsule

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C E N T R O R I C E R C A F R A N T O I Landscape Design Studio 2 | Prof P.Stringa | 2010/11 The valley of Apricale is far from the waterfront of region Liguria, and in these rural surroundings there are few connections with regional streets. This Studio focus on these areas, aiming to suggest to local authorities new activities to place in these old cities. Aside from recovering paths and buildings, one of the operations is to place a new research centre to study old oilmills and the related habits of our ancestors.

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view from the camp

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view from the street

NS section

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territorial section

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I N T E R N S H I P S OBR and RPBW | Genoa, Paris | 2010 / 2011 During my last years at university I spent some time in architecture offices, both in Genoa and Paris, through scolarships.

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Summer Internship | OBR Open Building Research | Genoa | 2010 During the internship I worked primarily at 3D modeling for projects in different stages, I produced renderings and sketches for presentations.

I focused mainly on some renders of the Galliera Hospital in Genoa. The past experience of both founders - Paolo Brescia and Tommaso Principi - in RPBW has left a strong sense of expertise in the office, and despite the limited number of employees it’s one of the most active international firms in Genoa.

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Spring Internship | RPBW Renzo Piano Building Workshop | Paris | 2011 In January 2011 I won the Renzo Piano’s Foundation Scholarship as a UNIGE student and I spent the next six months as an intern in the Paris office, working full time on the Columbia University Campus.

The project is divided in different areas, some of wich are already on construction; I worked as a member of this team just for some technical drawing, while I spent most of the time on a smaller equipe on the School of Art building proposal, from the sketch phase to the first Schematic Design.

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O T H E R WORKSHOPS Academic , Professional | 2008-2014 During these years at Unige I’ve took part to various Workshops, some of them where part of competitons ( GAU:DI, ReSite, RaLT Marseille ) others to learn software ( PLEXUS | Processing ) and other where related to work experience or topic of a conference ( Boero - Colore è Vita, Sostenibile non Sostenibile ).

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daytime external view

My personal proposal for ReSite pavilion chosen represents a physical manifestation of

what reSITE stands for including the virtues of collaboration, transparency, sustainability, innovation, openness, and international discourse on art, urbanism, activism and design.

It will become an internationally recognized device for reSITE festival and the modernization of cities in Central and Eastern Europe.

RESITE dPav | Phase 1 Selective Proposal | dPav Workshop | 2013

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night time scenario

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plan of the circular proposal

Vitrolles Airport | ATLAS Metropolitaine | ENSAM Marseille | 2013

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railway station’s belvedere

Val stops at the Airport Gate

section of the new Station

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market hall : place for social interaction european student competition on sustainable architecture gau:di 2010-2012 exhibition in Venice during the international biennale of architecture 2012 opening tuesdaY 28 august 6.00 pm centro sociale morion

european student competition on sustainable architecture third session 2010-2012

Studentcompetition.citechaillot.fr

Pavillon Construction | GAU:DI | Riva dei Sette Martiri, Venice | 2012

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Brand Design Workshop | Boero : Colore è Vita | Genoa | 2009

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Sustainability Manifesto | Sostenibile non Sostenibile | Genoa | 2010

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attractor_process#1

motion_process#2

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Processing Design in 3D environment | PLEXUS Workshop | Genoa | 2009

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Model-making | Academic & Professional | 2007 / 2013 During these years I worked on many model for university courses, mainly for the reviews / presentations. I impoved my modelmaking

skills in my last stage expe- models in foam and wood, rience, because of the atti- both for mass studies and tude of RPBW to produce a details. model in every phase of the project; I worked mainly on

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Giovanni Glorialanza Portfolio+CV 2014  

extended version • cv, master thesis, academic and professional projects, workshops, competitions, model-making