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Mariana Chaves architecture + urbanism


mariana cesar chaves london, uk mariana_chvs@yahoo.com cesar-chaves@aaschool.ac.uk +44 7709799454

Architectural Association School of Architecture | 2016-2018 london, united kingdom MArch degree, housing & urbanism course

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Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (FAU UFRJ) | 2009-2014 rio de janeiro, brasil bachelor degree, architecture and urbanism faculty

+ Politecnico di Milano (POLIMI) | 2012 - 2013 milan, italy university exchange, scuola di architettura civile


index post graduate

graduate

academic

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Food Chain AA 2017-, MArch Thesis

IMMI under construction 2015-

The Open Access City AA 2017, term 2

Gรกvea House under construction 2015-

Studio Hub FAU UFRJ 2014, bachelor thesis

literary inn completed 2012-2015

Urban Routes FAU UFRJ 2013.2, 5th year

leme apartment completed 2015

Urban Camping POLIMI 2012.2, 4th year

MHO store completed 2015

competition Emergency Shelter FAU UFRJ + what design can do 2014-2015


academic

food chain

: a spatial and physical strategy for urban food in rio

tutors Jorge Fiori, Elena Pascolo, Francesco Zuddas AA school of architecture MArch thesis 2017-2018 rio de janeiro, BR individual + academic for complete book access: https://issuu.com/portfoliomarianachaves/docs/food_chain_thesis

This work looks at the issues and potentials of food distribution and accessibility at a localized scale in the context of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. A distributed food chain is proposed to rethink and re qualify the question of scale in the food sector as an alternative to the global food market, addressing the theories of the Slow Food Movement and Food Sovereignty. This proposal includes food pantries and small scale distribution centers to work as the core of the alternative system; a training hub as an educational infrastructure that is composed by rentable kitchens functioning as an income generator, and urban gardens for planting fruits and vegetables; and lastly addressing accommodation through adding transitional housing for farmers that come to commercialize their products in temporary events in the city, as a possible financial supporter of this proposed food chain. Focusing on the informal context of Favela da ProvidĂŞncia, located in the city center of Rio de Janeiro, a route that links the different infrastructures that work as operational parts of the proposed system is emphasized, based on existing landmarks, viewing points and a former proposed touristic route. The potential of the site enables to both address the relation between urban food and informality through accessibility and distribution; and the financial feasibility of the proposal through layering different stakeholders, institutions and consumer markets. As an extroverted act that takes advantage of these sites for visiting and participating, coexisting with the pragmatic issues of food logistics, this reinterpreted food chain seeks to reestablish a lost relationship between producing, retailing and consuming



existing food related infrastructure distribution

layer 01: distribution + accessibility network proposed small scale distribution centers + food pantries

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12 refrigerantes convenção rio 13 guaracamp factory 14 coca-cola

b_ ralengo

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e_ ilha do governador f_ cosme velho g_ gávea

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layer 02: training hubs sites near metro stations

layer 03: accomodate organic market locations - public squares

existing stations future stations

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6_ peixoto copacabana 7_ leme 8_ urca

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the vertical circulation that connects the formal and the informal city through stairs and elevators creates the opportunity for locating a hostel as a way of financially supporting the project, adding income from tourism in seasonal shifts

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distribution centers are more closed up and less accessible by those who do not work in it, while a food pantry works almost as a retail space and is oppositely opened to the public. A

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althought the two programs have different needs, both have the storage space as a common aspect that suggests a potential combination of resources.

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common service spaces permit the proximity as a direct destination for an afterlife of leftover products from the center to be taken over to the pantry

training hub the combination of kitchens and a garden for growing fuits and vegetables permits the usage for the building as both income generator and educational infrastructure through shared facilities in weekdays and weekends shifts.

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academic

the open access city tutors Jorge Fiori, Elena Pascolo, Francesco Zuddas Co-authors Aneri Shah, Giulia Sarmenghi (textile hub group) Alida Boch, Enrica Mannelli, Siwat Wittayalertpanya, Yagiz Kayaoglu, Tao Xie, Mansi Mehta (entire group) content

Managing the Commons

AA school of architecture

Manifesto P. 7 Preface P. 9 3

design workshop

Part 1: Essays Managing the Commons P. 13 Designing the Open Access City P. 17 4

Institutions as Social Infrastructures P. 19

term 2, 2017 spitalfields_london, UK group + academic

From City Fringe to City Threshold P. 21 The City as a Productive Environment P. 23

Part 2: Dialogues

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Transcript 1: Intermediate Jury P. 32 Questions P. 35

Part 3: Productive Islands Textile Hub P. 57 Food Factory P. 67

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Collective Campus P. 81

Part 4: Dialogues Pt. II 3 Saskia Sassen Who owns our cities and why this urban takeover should concern us all in The Guardian: Cities (24.11.2015) Available at: https://www.theguardian.com/cities/2015/nov/24/who-owns-our-cities-and-why-this-urban- takeover-should-concernus-all (10.05.2017) 4 Garret Hardin The Tragedy of the Commons in Science (13.12.1958) Available at:https://www.sciencemag.org/site/feature/misc/ webfeat/sotp/pdfs/162-3859-1243.pdf (10.05.2017) 5 Sheila Foster, Christian Iaione The City as a Commons (2016) Available at:https://ssrn.com/abstract=2653084 (10.05.2017) 6 Wikimedia Commons: Web 2.0 (last edited on 08.05.2017 at 10:33) Available at:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_2.0 (10.05.2017)

Transcript 2: Final Jury P. 96 More Questions P. 101 Afterlife P. 103 Bibliography P. 104

for complete book access: https://issuu.com/huaaschool/docs/oac_book

PART 2

strips

strategies and devices

Institutions mapped in the territory start to suggest the possible areas of interventions.

re-imagining the factory

In a more collective living society, the concepts of working, living and making are becoming each day more blurred. Buildings are designed to become resilient towards fast changes in society and demands, but also generate generic spaces.

This drawing represents a filtered analysis and emphasizes the potentials and characteristics of the area, through the use of different strategies and spatial devices. The courts, the strips and the clusters have helped, in fact, the reading and definition of this portion of the city. The importance of the numerous and various institutions, both public and private points out the presence of three different sectors, the food industry, the fashion and textile and the school.

The Central Saint Martins College in London, redesigned by Stanton William Architects, occupies partially a former factory in the city and presentes similarities with traditional production spaces in its workshops and maker studios.

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Reinforcing the existing activities in the proximity area such as fabric shops, resellers, tailors, the Toynbee Hall and Istituto Marangoni, a fashion school which characterises the area, were key considerations.

The potential site is situated at the threshold of contrasting conditions of the expanding city fringe and more consolidated areas such as the Commercial Street. Degrees of openness and patterns of density in the area are noticable.

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the open access city

The drawing shows the three clusters with, on one side, the pressure of the private developments and on the other the different boundaries, physical or perceived, present in the territory. They are thought to perform as islands of experimentation and platforms to reconnect the city with its citizens.

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Will an architecture ever be able to respond and challenge the needs of an Open Access City? Or will the spatial synthesis, necessary in the design process, compress and contradict the purposes for which the architecture is thought?

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As a collective research group we believe it is possible to move towards a city formed beyond state and market - an Open Access City in which citizens shift from being city users to city makers. The megaphone through which we claim the city is the cycles of production and consumption of knowledge and services. We consider it important to establish new platforms for the exchange of experience, knowledge and services on the basis of give and take. Adding our voice to that of many advocates of the City as Commons, we posit the centrality of the physical context and investigate the apparent paradox of designed commoning. We tested our research and ideas in three different sites in London, aiming for a self-sustaining ecology to contrast the total privatisation and commodification of the city. As anchors of our experimentation, we identified three clusters of production: the textile hub, the food factory, and the collective campus. These three islands represent a chance to reclaim common ground as a physical open and accessible space. Furthermore, they present a form of political identity, where citizens can benefit from open resources but are also called to contribute to the production of new projects for their territory.

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By providing alternatives to the persuasive speculative trends in urban development we perceive it is possible to deliver change and growth in relation to the global market, while at the same time retaining some of the necessary small-scale characters of any urban territory. My role in this work was of participation in the overall group strategy towards the conceptual and theoretical approach of both the urban and architectural interventions through drawings and discussions. For the final product book I was responsible for the development of the structure and narrative of the book, and the graphic layout. This responsibility also envolved the curation of drawings and material, and group tasks organization.


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academic

studio hub tutor Rodrigo Curi Paraizo FAU UFRJ bachelor thesis 5th year, 2014 rio de janeiro, BR individual + academic

project nominated by UFRJ to represent the school in the “Opera Prima Brasileiro” award as one of the best Architecture final projects in Brasil from 2014

The project proposes an alternative relationship between public and private environments, a new approach for Rio and its urban spaces, and how the idea of breaking these barriers can be treated. With changes in the panoramas of the society who live and dwell in the city of Rio de Janeiro, the project proposed is a meeting place of new housing, housing with flexible work environments, an office HUB (several professionals sharing the same workspace) and a public space, located in Gávea, South Zone of Rio. The neighborhood has several cultural and educational resources and has the potential to become a new center for new jobs and activities. In addition, the street interaction with pedestrians is intense, where a new public space powered by new (and existing) activities would enable more social exchanges. The site is placed within this context, but for many years it has been abandoned, therefore, the objective is to reactivate it.


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Access to the site is via a square with an existing aged tree; access to the office hub and some structures that can be occupied by pop-up stores, other dynamic activities and a parmanent cafe.

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After this, the pedestrian finds a ramp that reaches the end of the site, leading to other events and some shops, forming the activities close to Marques de Sao Vicente street.

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A square positioned 3 meters below the access level has a workout center for exercises like yoga, pilates, dance classes; with open spaces that can be watched by pedestrians. Outdoor classes can be held as well.

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Other HUB activities like a shared kitchen and a resting area expanding the workspace to create a relaxing place close by, but at the same time more quiet and reserved. Besides that, a reading room and a free space shared by residents can be a meeting point for get togethers or a big meeting room for people with home offices.

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An elevated square that creates contact with the green area is a gathering point with access from the ramp or by a climbing wall; which both reach a floor that is 3 meters higher than the street level, enabling a different point of view of the site and the neighborhood.


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green + open spaces Located in between mountains and surrounded by Floresta da Tijuca’s vegetation, the neighborhood has many green areas. The only open public space is Santos Dumont Square, which is located in the neighborhood’s main access. With many bars and restaurants, the area is full of people in different hours of the day.

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The purpose is to create a new axis for pedestrians inside the site, connecting different events with three principal points.

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The constructions were proposed on the sides in order to make the site more permeable, connected to a footway.

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With a strict legislation code, the surrounding buildings have similar configurations.

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The surrounding forest goes practically unnoticed with many physical and visual barreirs, leaving pedestrians limited to sidewalks, with few public spaces.

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academic

urban routes tutors Victor Andrade, Sonia Hilf Co-authors Ana Figueiredo, Caroline Pignaton, Danielle Rocha, Joana Ferreira FAU UFRJ urban design studio 5th year, 2013 são cristóvão_rio de janeiro, BR group + academic

The case study and project area is São Cristóvão neighborhood, Rio de Janeiro. The main problems identified were degradaded areas, few public spaces and uninteresting passages for pedestrians. Because of its urban composition (previously an industrial area), the neighborhood is made up of large courts and commonly surrounded by walls. After identifying different areas with varying activities, the design concept was to identify existing and potential attraction points, map them, and then create a route for pedestrians and a tram. With different characteristics, miscellaneous interventions were proposed in different scales, according to the concentration of activities and people in each local. From new architecture to urban art, a more interesting route was developed to improve the value of the area and what it already has - requalifying free spaces, creating new ones, and permiting new activities to existing but forgotten buildings. The whole group worked together during the design process, contributing with ideas and different points of view. My role was of leadership in the design concept and in the development of the graphic material, thinking about visual presentations and how our ideas could be expressed through drawings and graphics. My contribution to this project in the graphic material was the editing of a video about the site surroundings, conceptual diagrams, the development of the apartment building’s architecture and its drawings, the render images and the final visual presentation powerpoint and book layout.


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concept different areas were identified, each one with different activities and caracteristics. Dinamic routes were created and openings were proposed to permit open spaces.

concept after identifying that housing was very present and expanding in the area, it was thought to be interesting to bring that caracter into other areas.

zoom an area was chosen and buildings were identified to be maintained, preserving the historical characteristics of the area. interventions were thought of with volume additions and/or subtractions to house new features.

development a new axis was proposed in the diagonal of the court, when opened up. an addition was designed above the military area that connects the street to an ancient building located 12 meters high, that is not used anywmore, but has great architectural interest.

development elevated squares were proposed to relate office buildings, creating a new private common area.

volumes in a second phase buildings that could be maintained were mapped - maintaining existing functions or proposing programmatic changes. a route was proposed to connect the identified areas with a new tram line.

development the volumetric study was expanded to other sorrounding courts to complete the composition.

final stage each building was developed according to its new programmatic proposal, transforming the area that before was formed by big and closed courts, into open and more interesting places for pedestrians, prioritizing the human scale.


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Structuring Strategies

After identifying many existing underused structures with great potential, our main ideas were to work with these constructions and notice the open spaces that needed intervention.

Atractive Points (existing and potential)

Action Points smaller interventions bigger interventions

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Connection between points

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Activate interstitial spaces


maintained warehouse structure transformed into leisure spaces urban routes view b

access to rooftop public passage urban routes view c


academic

urban camping tutors Giuseppe Agata Giannoccari Co-authors Andrea Perego (IT), Isabel Lima (BR), Simone Caffaroni (IT) politecnico di milano progetazzione degli interni e dell’ arredo 3rd year, 2012 centrale_milano, IT group + academic

Work selected to exhibit in the event Fuori Salone 2013

The project is based inside and around the Piazza Duca D’aosta subway opening, in Milano’s Central Station. It aims to bring a new concept to this space which has few green areas, but many buildings and concrete structures. An urban camping site was designed to exist in a place where the movement of people arriving and leaving is very present. The concept was born from three questions: Who will be the users? Travelers. What do we want to provide? Cheap, easy and fast accomodation. How will we achieve that? Urban camping. Taking the form of a tree as the main structure, the platforms were developed as static elements in the shape of branches, with different heights, positioned in the direction of cities around Milan such as Torino, Bergamo and Venice. An acess point was created in the underground level to house the reception, a bar in the ground level and bathrooms. The project aims in not only to create a naturalist form in this place, but also to bring a human scale to an area surrounded by such monumentality, bringing a new life to the area. The group was responsible for the site and program choice, and the conceptual development of the project. My role was mostly in collaborating with the conceptual process, and graphically through diagrams, storytelling narrative elements, and the house 3d model of the interiors of the project.


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emergency shelter tutor Andrés Passaro Co-authors André Suarez, Letícia Quintanilha (collaborator) FAU UFRJ emergency shelter course + what design can do refugee challenge 5th year, 2014 / competition: 2016 no specific location group + academic; competition

for assembly video access: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nObaAv_VG-s&feature=youtu.be

The idea is to create a temporary shelter that is safe and easy to build, attending diverse profiles of families and people, fitting different contexts: outdoor and indoor environments (such as schools and gymnasiums). To meet these demands a shelter with a tubular scaffold structure was developed, where a standard unit has two floors, 10 m2 total, with beds on top and storage space and living areas underneath. The unit’s protection is composed by perforated steel window and door sheets for protection, with thermal curtains inside for heating. In indoor environments the position and distribution of the units can be configurated in the most convenient way possible for its users. The units for outdoor environments differ by the addition of ceiling and floors, and are positioned creating small villages, permitting reserved living spaces. Also, this way, a higher structural stability for wind resistance is possible. The project was first designed for an university course and later on was built, tested and developed into more depth for the what design can do refugee challenge competition. The group was responsible for the research and the choice of the type of structure to be used in the project, and the development of the work. My role focused on the research and development of the type of structure to be used, together with the graphic presentation layout and diagrams; production and editing of the assembly video.


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1 large truck transports 112 modules (of 2 units each)

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05 thermal roof sheets

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immi :etp engenharia author Mariana Chaves

professional

2015 rio de janeiro, BR individual + professional

IMMI stands for metallurgical industry of Itaboraí (a city in the state of Rio de Janeiro, Brasil). It is an area of expansion for the firm ETP Engenharia, which is focused on the naval industry. In this new structure will be located the manufacturing and cutting of pieces, together with storage of materials. Inside one of the pre-determined wings of the warehouse, the company’s office space was designed, together with services for the factory workers; such as changing rooms, cafeteria, training spaces, meeting rooms, etc. With a specific program and necessary square footage provided by the client, the design of interior configuration of the building was developed, including specifying materials for the interior spaces and the facades; furniture design and layout, etc. The project includes also the opened areas of the site that has a leisure area for the workers, parking lots, security cabins, gardens. The project is still under construction.


immi :etp engenharia


site plan


ground floor plan


first and second floor plans


sections and facades


gávea house author Mariana Chaves 2015 gávea_rio de janeiro, BR individual + professional

The project is a house for a young family in a site located in Gávea neighborhood in Rio de Janeiro. The location is ten minutes away from the city, and being surrounded by a forest, the place has a quiet and peaceful atmosphere. The family had this land and wanted to build a house that respected the green area around it and in it, and requested a home that suited their needs in a simple and integrated way.

professional

I came up with a project with three floors that are positioned in different levels along the steep mountain in a way that the most trees possible were maintained. The first level was placed on an existing structure, and the other levels were thought of from that starting point. The composition was formed around an existing huge tree, forming an open patio that gives value to the existing green. The specific programme was given by the client, that said how many and which rooms they needed. With that, I developed since the project’s concept until the architectural form anddrawings. At the moment, work is being done in the land, and the project is under development.


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existing structure

Tenente Mรกrcio Pinto Street

first floor

Tenente Mรกrcio Pinto Street

second floor


existing structure

Tenente Mรกrcio Pinto Street

third floor

section a


professional

literary inn - jacobsen arquitetura paraty, rio de janeiro 2012-2015


professional

role: detailing of restaurant area indoor wooden panel and bathroom layouts and drawings; outdoor adapted paths and ramps for disabled; and general plans drawings of the hotel complex literary inn - jacobsen arquitetura paraty, rio de janeiro 2012-2015


professional

role: refurbishment design development, drawings of the different phases of the project, material specification, construction documents and monitoring of site work leme apartment - mariana chaves leme, rio de janeiro 2015


professional

role: design and identity development, project drawings, material specification, construction documents, dealing with suppliers and complementary services, monitoring of site work MHO store - mariana chaves fashion mall, rio de janeiro 2015