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PORTFOLIO RAFAELLA BELMONTE MONTEIRO


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VITAE RAFAELLA BELMONTE MONTEIRO

personal information date of birth: March 15th, 1994 (25 y) place of birth: Porto Alegre, RS - Brazil citizenship: brazilian / italian current residence: Milan, Italy

contact (Q +39 375 5670971 lg] rafaella.monteiro@mail.polimi.it

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Master of Science - Building Engineering Politecnico di Milano Milan, Lombardy - Italy

Politecnico di Milano (ITA) (AUS)

Advanced Construction Economics Seminar

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Management

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2018 Politecnico di Milano (ITA) + Drexel University (USA)

mar/2011 - dec/2016 Bachelor - Architecture and Urban Planning Pontiffcia Universidade Cat61ica do Rio Grande do Sul Porto Alegre, RS - Brazil

Global classroom - Colaboration on an office building design and its energetic evaluation

2016 AWorks (BRA) Vray for SketchUp Rendering

2013 Volunteer in a retirement home: Asilo Sao Jose - ltaqui RS - Brazil.

Course - Autodesk Revit software

2012

MaxiCad Info. (BRA)

Course - 3DsMax Rendering

Publication about quality of life and housing for the elderly, and the benefits of the interaction with university students - in collaboration of Humanitas foundation (Netherlands)

2012 MaxiCad Info. (BRA)

- - - SOFTWARES - - -

2012

Adobe Photoshop , Illustrator, lnDesign Autocad Autodesk Google SketchUp Revit Architecture V-Ray Rendering Software Rhinocerus + Grasshopper SAP 2000 - Finite Element Modelling Therm - Heat Transfer IESVE - Energy simulations 03

MaxiCad Info. (BRA)

Course - Google SketchUp Software

PUC - RS (BRA)

Autodesk Workshop

2010

ELS School (USA)

Abroad experience - San Diego, California.

- - LANGUAGES - Portuguese - mothertongue English

Italian Spanish


Interested in architectural , technological , sustainble and energy efficient solutions for buildings. Excited when able to participate on the "process" from the conceptual design until the project's execution. The multidisciplinary knowledge tends to contribute to a professional growth: the goal is to be able to work in several roles towards the same final outcome. This is one of the reasons why, after graduating as an architect in Brazil , I decided to study Building Engineering in Italy. This decision certainly allowed me to become a better professional , understanding buildings from its concept to the technological solutions that are required to achieve excellence. Commitment, responsabilty, open communication and proactivity are guidelines that I constantly pursue.

Avaliable for internships, trainee program, jobs and also thesis-internship. Avaliability: from January/2020

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE set /20181 act /2018

Andrea Basile - Milan, Italy

function : intern

Together with the leader architect, we developed the refurbishment of an Italian Villa (single-family house) , designing the architecture and technical solutions for energy savings and indoor comfort, along with the implementation of new elements.

mar /2017 I dee /2017 Rafael Gewehr Architects - Porto Alegre - Brazil

function : architect and project manager

Worked with other architects and engineers in commercial and civic buildings, refurbishments , landscape and residencial designs. Adopted Revit to design and combine all the disciplines. One of the main projects during this experience was the refurbishiment of all the firefighters ' headquarters in Porto Alegre , which was very fruitful as a learning experience and also rewarding to know that we improved the qua Iity of the workplace of a profession that has such an important role in society.

mar /20141 dee /2015 Santini & Rocha Architects - Porto Alegre - Brazil

function : architectural intern

Development of projects in all its stages, since the begining until its execution. Participated of architectural contests and field surveys. Main designs were about public and commercial buildings. During this period , I was able to contribute to several relevant projects, including the new Beira-Rio football stadium , for the World Cup 2014 , and the LEED-certified project for the new headquarters of a multinational company.

jan /2013 I fev /2014 Cfntia Aguiar Architects - Porto Alegre - Brazil

function : architectural intern

Mainly focused on interior design and residential projects. Design of layout, electrical , hydraulic and lighting plans; detailing of furniture and construction plans; Also contributed in some projects for furniture and architectural exhibitions.

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ACADEMIC PROJECTS BUILDING ENGINEERING


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KINECTIC ENVELOPE DESIGN 2019

Milan, Ml - Italy &.ELTASKIN

Fagade design: Parametric fagade responsive to the environment's radiation Design combining textile material to filter radiation and moveable shape to balance indoor thermal comfort and optimize daylight. Software: Grasshopper.


PTFE MATERIAL

The three thermal zones are chosen to perform all the analysis because they are representative of the height of the building and also of the three different functions.

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OFFICE ROOM 8th floor - 28,5 m

OVERHANG: When in this configuration , th e material does not all ow th e direct solar radiation to enter the building

HOTEL ROOM 5th floor - 14,5 m

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RESTAURANT 1st floor - 4,00 m

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SYSTEM AND STRUCTURE The system works with a mechanism that al lows movement around the "x" , "y" and "z" axis. Each floor is divided in 3 modules, and the structural grid along the floor is also taken in consideration to design the dimensions. For each structural axis we have a grid of 3x3 modules on the fagade. The bottom module of the fagade for each floor also has the perfect height to work as the parapet for the balcony.

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DETAILS 01 Structure of the triangular shading element in anodized aluminium (alloy-6060-T6) , 045 mm 02 Actuation system fixed to the substructure with stainless steel screws 03 Shading substructure made of rectangular ho Ilow profiles welded to the base plate

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04 Bolted connection with M10 bolt and slotted hole 05 Stiffening element in anodized aluminium 06 Hollow rectangular profile in anodized aluminium welded to the base plate 07 Base plate in anodized aluminium bolts M10)

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FA~ADE PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS

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The original building, without the fagade intervention, already had some strategies to deal with solar radiation , for example the balconies, and therefore the daylight indexes, as OF, UOI and sOa are within the comfort zone.

DAYLIGHT FACTOR

SHADED FA''ADE

This configuration 'i permits to understand the potential of the see-through --1---•ll•---·,1 textile material. Even if the interior space is not directly exposed to solar radiation, the OF has a good performance level.

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Because the textile material al lows part of the solar radiation to enter the room , there is some glare, but never in an area higher than 5%. And even this % is controlled by the shading disposition.

ANNUAL GLARE ANALYSIS

ANNUAL GLARE ANALYSIS

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Design Optioneering: Parametric Pavilion

Concept born in the musical notes of a brazilian song. Designed based on the radiation and wind analysis performed on Grasshopper. It also gives the possibility to change shape according to the music of choice.

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THE PROJECT The pavilion is located in the center of Brasilia: Esplanada dos Ministerios, the most important square of Brazil. Connecting all the civic buildings around , the big square represents a perfect site to create a place where visitors could stop and enjoy the Brazilian music and artistic expositions, being able to feel how big and diverse is the country.

quality space for people in a wide flat area

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DESIGN STRATEGIES ~------- volume shape adaptated to radiation and wind flows reaching the pavilion ~------- artistic performing space: enhanced acoustical features by reflecting the sound waves

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INPUT DATA: Import the song 's sound waves

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FORM FINDING

Iteration of different points and patterns to create variable shapes

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ENHANCING ACOUSTIC FEATURES

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PERSPECTIVE SECTION


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Design and analysis of a curtain wall fagade Design of the building , fagade structural calculation , thermal and hygrometric analysis and indoor comfort evaluations. This is an intervention proposal to an urban renewal of public area and to develop a void space in a consolidated area. The project aims to bring architectural and technological innovations, resulting in energy savings and a decrease in the CO2 emissions.

THE PROJECT

MILAN ITALY

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NORTH FAQADE straight wall

According to the day Iight analysis the adopted solution is to not occupy al I the back of the site with a block. Part of the area will host a one-floor building to function as a coffee-shop , while the remaining space will be open to provide a piazza as buffer the noise coming from the street. vertical distribution- - ~ private offices hotel rooms public area

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entrance + common space

Part of the over Iit area is taken out from the building thanks to the sloping fagade.

COURTYARD partial mass + open space

An hypotetical block occupies all the back part of the site and it would be UNDERLIT.

Occupying only a part of the backyard will result a as WELL LIT block. The remaining open space reaches enough light to be defined as WELL LIT.


DESIGN STRATEGIES 1 WIND AS ARESOURCE

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The wind behavior within the urban context follows the shape of the constructed surroundings and it is canalized through our site. Near the ground , the velocity of the wind is not effective. But at a higher level there is the possibility of a discreet flow of air.

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3 VENTILATED FACADE IN THE SOUTH - enhanced indoor climate: in winter, the walls store heat so the indoor temperature remains high. In summer, the solar gains reaching indoor are reduced. - easy maintenance: modular design of the substructure + individual plate replaced if damaged - rain protection - acoustic features: multiple layers system absorbs more noise, eliminating acoustic bridging.

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DETAILING: NORTH FA~ADE CURTAIN WALL MODULE

FRAME Transom130x50/2mm Mulion 125x50/2mm U-value: 0. 7 W/mK Sustainability features: Pressure plates and glazing rebate gaskets are made from renewable raw materials

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THERMO-HYGROMETRIC ANALYSIS Verification of the thermal transmittance with respect to the limits given by european normatives. Verification if there is condensation occuring in the inner side of the curtain wal I. Condensation will occur only when the surface temperature goes below the dew point temperature of the thermal zone

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Balloon-frame timber structure + Life Cycle Assessment ac tive house

Design taking care of the energy savings and consumption, employing strategies to make it an Active House and also evaluation of its carbon emissions from cradle to grave.

The FREED ~OMEaims to be a welcoming place for people who seek a private and relaxing environment in order to take care of the soul and the body. It is designed to welcome groups of up to 5 people each unity and it works both as a place for meetings and workshops and as a holiday house for a family that wants to spend a weekend on the lake, for instance.

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CONCEPT: REED: ALOCAL AND RESILIENT MATERIAL LOCAL

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LIGHTING AND VENTILATION: WINTER VENTILATED ROOF Exploits the daily breeze going from the land towards the lake

OVERHANG (1.5 m) Allows solar radiation entering inside to maximize solar gains

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The masterplan is conceived to host 3 units of the building. The client has the option of having independent units or buildings units depending on each other. In the typical layout, one unit of the bu iId ing takes care of al I the needs of the occupants. It would function as a weekend house or for small workshops. In the optional , the buildings support each other, the middle building has a different layout, a wide space that can host bigger meetings, workshops or events.

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INSULATION PANEL The insulating panels in bound bog reeds are used for internal and external coats. They consist of marsh reed panels and are ideal for thermal and acoustic insulation. The material does not absorb humidity or water and therefore guarantees a constant insulation even under humid conditions. As a natural insulator, the marsh reed panels at no stage , from harvesting to processing and final use, are harmful to health or nature.

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HOUSE PROTOCOL. The scores are never below 2.7, and this means that the designed space is comfortable for the occupants, achieving acceptable scores in the impact categories. This has been possible thanks to the passive design strategies (thermal performance of the envelope, use of natural ventilation , exploitation of solar gains in winter and use of effective shadings in summer and thanks to the systems installed.

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ACADEMIC PROJECTS ARCHITECTURE AND URBAN DESIGN


CITY: ltaqui - RS - BRAZIL population: 45.000 people Thesis project: Integrated Residential Complex

Existing building + refurbishment +expansion Housing tor elderly and university students: benefits tor both targeted audiences.

western border of the state of Rio Grande do Sul natural barrier between N Brazil and Argentina c!) Uruguai River

Giving some housing problems happening in the city of ltaqui - RS Brazil , the project proposes a housing development that is integrated with mixed-use activities, located on an existing elderly residence entity. The aim is gather two target audiences: the elderly and the college students, who have moved to this city because of the implementation of a public university, in 2008. The proposal is grounded with bases in a model program that already succeeded in The Netherlands. They house these two combined publics with the objective of improving both their qualities of lite. In addition to the personal benefits, it is also an economical advandatge where the student can "pay" tor his rent with volunteer work. This program contributes to the formation of a more conscious and generous society and this design proposal is the result of the recognition of the region 's demand allied with new and adequate solutions tor housing these two significant portions of society.

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The program is organized in two buildings: the higher one, in the back part of the site, works as the residence part. This 4-storey building also carries the most private functions, restricted to residents, and all the services supporting the residential area. The one-storey located in the front of the site is built as recreational and more public functions. It has an auditorium, coffee shop, beauty salon and an art gallery that are open to the general community and also can be a source of income for the residence. They are linked , allowing the project to be integrated while still preserving the privacy of the residents.

TYPICAL STUDIO APARTMENT The room is designed not only to be a place to sleep, but a private ambience of quality of life and thermal and acoustic comfort. The interior design choices are made so it will bring the joy of living from outside to inside. It is designed to feel young , cozy, fun and colorful.

DISTRIBUTION 20 studios/floor = 120 residents ideal proportion of the residents 1 young : 10 elder

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A proposal for a multi-use subway station that aims to fullfill a demand of the site. The intervention area is located in Porto Alegre (BR) and this specific region is precarious when it comes to urban mobility and connections with the rest of the city. The guidelines of the proposed architecture reflect this diversity of directions and performs this "conflict" between horizontal and vertical edges by its volumetric shapes. The two main volumes are the result of this concept of opposites, so the project consist in: - a vertical translucent volume that houses mainly the vertical circulation and the access until the underground level of the metro. Its aim is to reduce the station's dependency on electrical light and air conditioning equipments by letting the natural light reach the void and the air to be blown all the way down, attempting an energy efficient design. - a horizontal shaped volume that accomodates the internal activities of the ground floor, 2nd and 3rd floors and the terrace. Still on the "opposites" concept, this volume receives a dark color, in order to reinforce the antithesis with the other volume, vertical and translucent. Cl') • • •

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The CAIRU INTERMODAL STATION is designed in to be an ground transportation hub that accomodates various transportation modals such as metro, bus, cars and bicycles. Besides providing connectivity between transportation options, it will feature services like a service called "ALL-IN-ONE " (a service where several public organizations are gathered in one place in order to make it easier for people to expedite documents, pay bills and other services) ; a MOVIE THEATHER /AUDITORIUM combined with an exhibition space and cultural center; and a SHOPPING area. The idea is that the station is not just a passing-through area for the commuters but also a qua Iified pub Iic space where the people can stay, shop and enjoy.

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Architectural Studio: Cultural Complex Contemporary interpretation of historical building In Porto Alegre , a site with two pre-existing buildings designed by the architect Joseph Lutzenberger is chosen to house a new museumto honor the architect: the Joseph Lutzenberger's Memorial. It is a place for the preservation and appreciation of the "built history" that happens there.

The museum takes place in the same site where the pre-existence buildings are located , they ae renovated and function as co-working space and also are a "full-size " art exhibition. It is important to observe the presence of an internal patio as an integrating space, "inviting" the city 11 11 to go through its limits. Themes such as museography concepts and the old X new contrasts are inherent to the design proposal programme and ask for appropriate solutions.

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The memorial building aims to emphasize the great importance of the pre-existences by highlighting the best spots, views and angles, framing them with architectural elements such as glazed and steel panels that compose the main facade of the new building. The internal courtyard works as an extension of the city and its sidewalks. In contrast to the translucent walls , perforated weathering steel planes constitute the opaque elements. They are proposed in order to emphasize what is important outside - the preexistent buildings - but also in order to enrich what is in the inside, such as the art exhibitions and the collection of the Joseph Lutzenbergr Memorial.

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PROJECT COLLABORATION


BEIRA-RIO STADIUM 2

AREA 75.000 m Executive project 2014 - Porto Alegre, RS - Brazil

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Refurbshiment of a 40-year old stadium, preparing it for the World Cup 2014, hosted in Brazil. In a partnership with Hype Studio, the team that developed the conceptual design, Santini & Rocha developed the executive project and detailing. The project includes the demolition and rebuilding of the lower stands (bigger and closer to the field) , stores and commercial centres on the inside of the stadium , a new museum, restaurants, an entire ring of suites between the inferior and the superior stands, VIP areas and new lounge areas, among other items that would make Beira-Rio completely new for the 21st century - renewed , modern, comfortable and safe.

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executive projects, coordination of complementary nitoring on the construction site Alegre, RS - Brazil this project, the strategies used in the envelope, the systems and in the ction site increased the energetic efficiency of the building. Besides that, the per care with sustainability by using mainly eco-friendly materials and correct waste disposal, made it possible to achieve the gold leed certificate. The energy is 100% renewable, with LED lamps that assure 15% energy savings. The glazings are designed to perform well and the roof receives special white paint treatment to handle the hot summer. The drinking water system works with 55% reduction in consuption, because of a reuse system. This project also has parking spots for electric cars, which is still not common in Brazil.

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AREA 2.144,04 Architectural and executive projects, coordi projects 2015 - Porto Alegre, RS - Brazil For the design of the new headquarters University Professors' Association it was decided lines and a careful choice of materials: aluminiult fair-faced concrete. Acessibility and sustainablity were also ver; the project, for example, the implementation of rai green roof. The 4-storey building houses underground assembly room, administrative offices, library and auditJ

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FIRE DEPARTMENT Architectural and executive projects, coordination of complementary projects. 2017 - Porto Alegre, RS - Brazil

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Refurbishmient and renovation of the fire department and fire station in Porto Alegre. Administrative and functional departments included, the aim is to preserve the historical context meanwhile providing new technologies and construction strategies to improve the work environment of the firefighters. Project developed in BIM (Revit software - AUtodesk)

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