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PORTFOLIO RITA COSTA LOPES


PORTFOLIO RITA COSTA LOPES_Architect http://ritacostalopes.weebly.com/

Rita Moreira da Costa Baptista Lopes Rua do Almada, 492, 3º, 4050-039 Porto, Portugal (+351) 91 561 62 79 or (+351) 935 943 637 ritacostalopes@hotmail.com Portuguese 01-03-1984

ACADEMIC BACKGROUND

PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE

[2009]

[2011/12]

Pedagogic and scientific aptitude exam (MSc): “Yegué - Primitive Architecture in the 21st Century”,Faculdade de Arquitectura, Universidade do Porto (FAUP), Portugal

Collaborator Carvalho Araújo, Arquitetura e Design S.A., Braga, Portugal

[2007/08] ERASMUS Brandenburgische Technische Universitat Cottbus (BTU Cottbus), Germany

[2003/09] MSc in Architecture Faculdade de Arquitectura, Universidade do Porto (FAUP), Portugal

[1989/97] Studies at Oporto British School in Porto, Portugal

AWARDS [2010|11] Grant / Scholarship - International Scholarship Program INOV-ART (2nd edition) - Internship at Vastu Shilpa Consultants, Ahmedabad, India. Promoted by Direcção Geral das Artes and Ministry of Culture, Portugal

[2010] 1st Prize in Competition “rePlace:muro3” Project “HomeoBox” developed in co-authority with Arquitectos Anónimos, Porto, Portugal. Awarded by FAUP and Dédalo Magazine, Porto, Portugal

[2009] Honor Mention in Competition "Erasmus Prize - Incoming Outgoing Students, 1st Edition - My Erasmus" Project:"Hier-ist-der-garten, Unity in Plurality" Awarded by Università di Camerino; Camerino, Italy

[2008] 1st Prize in Competition "Exploring Vulnerabilities - An Opportunity for city Centres" Project:"Hier-ist-der-garten, Unity in Plurality" Awarded by the Ministry of Infrastructure and Planning; Potsdam, Germany

[2010/11] Internship Vastu Shilpa Consultants, Ahmedabad, India

[2010] Internship Arquitectos Anónimos, Porto, Portugal


SELECTED PROJECTS

[2012] EXPORTS LOGISTICS CENTER | EPZ ITANHAÉM; Itanhaém, Brazil In collaboration with Carvalho Araújo, Arquitetura e Design SA; Braga, Portugal

[2012] ERC ARTS ITAÍM; São Paulo, Brazil In collaboration with Carvalho Araújo, Arquitetura e Design SA; Braga, Portugal

[2011] DAU_DHIRUBHAI AMBAMANI UNIVERSITY CAMPUS; Bhopal, India In collaboration with Vastu Shilpa Consultants; Ahmedabad, India

[2010/11] KAW HOUSE; Ahmedabad, India In collaboration with Vastu Shilpa Consultants; Ahmedabad, India

[2010] PENEDONO CASTLE; Penedono, Viseu, Portugal In co-authority with Arquitectos Anónimos; Porto, Portugal

[2010] SUNWORM; Porto, Portugal In co-authority with Arquitetos Anónimos; Porto, Portugal

[2010] AFRICAN SPECIES; Luanda outskirts, Luanda, Angola In co-authority with Arquitetos Anónimos

[2010] HOMEOBOX; FAUP(Faculdade de Arquitetura da Universidade do Porto) Porto, Portugal In co-authority with Arquitetos Anónimos, Porto, Portugal

[2007/08] KARL-MARX ALLEE; Karl-Marx Allee, Berlin, Germany Academic work: BTU Cottbus (Brandenburgische Technische Universitat Cottbus), Cottbus, Germany

[2007/08] HIER IST DER GARTEN, UNITY IN PLURALITY; Cottbus, Germany Academic work: BTU Cottbus, Cottbus, Bermany

[2006/07] CARCEREIRA SWIMMINGPOOL & GYMNASIUM; Carcereira, Porto, Portugal Academic work: FAUP (Faculdade de Arquitetura da Universidade do Porto), Porto , Portugal

[2005/06] BOAVISTA COLLECTIVE HOUSING; Boavista, Porto, Portugal Academic Work: FAUP, Porto, Portugal To view other works, please check my website http://ritacostalopes.weebly.com/


EXPORT LOGISTICS CENTER | EPZ ITANHAÉM ITANHAÉM, BRAZIL_2012 CONCEPT DESIGN In collaboration with JM CARVALHO ARAÚJO, ARQUITETURA E DESIGN S.A. It is intended to develop a complex of excellence - a masterplan for an EPZ - export logistics center in Itanhaém (Brazil) to work, live, and enjoy. The exceptional conditions of the plot, near the beach, connected to an urban fabric and with easy accessibility to Santos, Sao Paulo and Curitiba allowed to develop a program for a complex EPZ - Export Processing Zone with companies of excellence with top experts, where also new products will be developed. The intention of incorporating a mixed program, with housing, tourism, leisure, sports, industry and commerce is the opportunity to create a less conventional industrial area, which is more appealing, similar to new top technology centres. The aim was to create an environment of great harmony, with great quality of life in a place of unique features. Alongside to the needs of industrial and business pavilions, there is a residential program assuring housing accommodation both for senior and management and, for employees, assuring basic housing. Accommodation is complemented with a hotel area. There were three key points in the development of the project: 1 - The concept of "bags" as in indigenous camp sites, with great respect for the environment with areas which are simultaneously well defined but also in great harmony with the context; 2 - The concept of island / industrial neighborhood, creating dynamic business relationships or, the business neighbourhood. 3 - The concept of shopping street in industrial blocks, with several additional functions that value the product of the companies and brings the industry closer to the customer. This diversity results in a complex of greater harmony. Proximity of work to housing and leisure is possible in this complex.


green barrier

pathway

access square

industrial street

industry

comercial street

green barrier

hotel

atlantic forest

GENERAL PLAN

INDUSTRIAL AREA


INDUSTRIAL STREET

COMERCIAL STREET

RESIDENTIAL STREET


ERC ARTS ITAÍM SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL_2012 CONCEPT DESIGN In collaboration with JM Carvalho Araújo, Arquitetura e Design SA The immediate ancestors of the first skyscrapers were Mannor Houses extruded to the limits of possibility at the time. The use of the elevator, originally presented as a fairground attraction in a circus show, drove a rapid change in the paradigm of the possibility of building in height, when the sector still hadn´t had the time to develop new concepts or a new design. As so, these new buildings were mega-mansions that still kept the refinement, detail and dedication that they laid in previous private homes. With the appearance of the elevator the social structure of the floors were reversed. The top floors that were previously reserved for servants and laborers were now the most desirable. The competition of who is more at the top starts in the thickened urban fabric; at the abutment of the building rests its bylaw - from the attic to the pinnacle. The top of the building represents its crown and its base is defined as a multifunctional / social element in direct relationship with the city. Both contribute to the status of the building. The first, as a symbolic element, the second defines the cultural, social and commercial dynamics that the property may offer. Inbetween the two, the building is built by an undefined web that may have more or less floors.


Ground Floor

Gymnasium & Spa - 1st Level

Apartment Floors Variations:

ELEVATION (2) Based on "Block Screen" by Eileen Grey


Patio House (last floors) - Level 1

Patio House (last floors) - Level 2

Patio House (last floors) - Level 3


DAU - DHIRUBHAI AMBAMANI UNIVERSITY CAMPUS BHOPAL, INDIA_2011 Competition: Dhirubhai Ambamani University Campus Promoter: Reliance Anil Dhirubhai Ambani Group In collaboration with Vastu Shilpa Consultants Dhirubhai Ambani University outlined its vision to set up a campus on a 100 acres site at the outskirts of Bhopal, India. The university would offer graduate and doctoral programs in Information and Communication Technology. The brief outlined the need for a campus to nurture young minds in an environment that would create potential for intellectual and social exchange. At the same time it is imperative that the master plan would respect the context and celebrate the cultural identity of the historic city of Bhopal and be environmentally sensitive to the ecology. The site is set in a rural setting 15km from the Bhopal City Center. The hydrogeology study of the site reveals a depleted landscape and mostly patches of rocky sub base abundant with naturally occurring basalt. Natural rain water channels flows across the site from the hills at the North West corner gradually slopping to the east. The master plan responds to the brief by adhering to a multilayered planning approach with the intention to bind the built environments in a landscape which would enhance the physical network system of the campus.A natural system is weaved along the rainwater channels creating a preservation and landscape regeneration strategy which will eventually transform the existing landform. Water harvesting ponds are intertwined in this fluid landscape around which campus amenities are infused. The student and faculty housing and the core campus are placed strategically to generate a high level of pedestrian interconnectivity between them leading to several academic plazas and courts.


boys residential area institution area

girls and academics residential area

natural rain water chanels

captation of water chanels water harvesting ponds

general plan

general plan

water in march

water in monsoons

water in summer

walkability

walkability

water in winter

INSTITUTION AREA

INSTITUTION AREA

Ventilation system


RESIDENTIAL AREA

Ventilation


KAW HOUSE AHMEDABAD, INDIA_2010|11 Conceptual Design In collaboration with Vastu Shilpa Consultants Kaw House, in Ahmedabad, India, is for a family of six - Mr&Mrs Kaw and their frequent live-in two married children and guests. Constantly committed to the search for an architecture qualified for improving life and providing a sense of creativity and commitment to its inhabitants, the project developed with Vastu-Shilpa Consultants stems from a specific reply to its programmatic goal, site and environmental conditions. Situated on a suburban area of Ahmedabad, the site is a rectangular 2400m2 plot, divided into four: three equal fractions for the clients and their children, and the fourth plot facing the road, for offices. In a green residential area, its street is “extracted” out of the city´s tangled traffic into a peaceful area only to be found by locals or the curious. How to encompass its green inside the house? The central courtyard and the position of the windows and roof lights help outspread the building´s spacial boundary, setting up diagonal views across the house that capture specific outlooks of the trees and sky. The search of privacy and refuge does not demand isolation or enclosed space. Instead, the house is notable by a series of spaces that are full of light and air. At the center of the building is a courtyard inspired by the traditional Indian domestic courtyards. The surrounding green cuts through the building creating this open-to-sky garden sited inside the center of the house as an extention and part of the living room: a social hub for the gregarious family. Typically, this open-air courtyard and openings of the house not only assist ventilation but also provide visual and fair networks across all spaces of the house, providing the sense of a house within a large garden. With double skin concrete walls, self-supporting columns and floating concrete slabs, the structure is held in equilibrium without the sustenance of any internal walls. Inspired by historic pattern, the exterior angled walls evoke the dynamic drive of the buildings when one walks through the streets of a medieval Indian town with its facades. The structure creates different rhythms that resonate with the variegated shadows on its surface. The interior can be released to make an uninterrupted space. As it is, however, freestanding storage walls define the internal rooms, enhancing the house's spatial flexibility.


Drawing and design are the property of Vastu Shilpa Consultants and are not to be copied or used without their permission. NOTES

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LAWS SHOULD BE CHECKED AND PROVIDED BY THE CONTRACTOR AND ANY DESCRIPENCIES FOUND SHO IMMIDIATELY BROUGHT TO THE NOTICE OF ARCHITE BEFORE COMMENCEMENT OF WORK.

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Architects I Planners I Urban Designe

'Sangath', Thaltej Road, Ahmedabad - 3800 Phone: 079 - 27454537 Fax: 079 - 274520 www.sangath.org e-mail: vsc@sangath.

Drawing and design areand the design property ofthe Vastu ShilpaofConsultants and are not to be withoutortheir permission. Drawing are property Vastu Shilpa Consultants andcopied are notortoused be copied used without their permission. NOTES Drawing and design are the property of Vastu Shilpa Consultants and are not to be copied or used without their permission.

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PENEDONO CASTLE Penedono, Viseu, Portugal_2010 Conceptual Project In co-authority with ARQUITECTOS ANÓNIMOS Penedono Castle is a study based on crystallography, in particular granite micro crystals. The main objective is to develop a museum inside the ruins of a “rocal” castle (rocal is a portuguese word for rocky), meaning that it is entirely built over a rock formation, in this case granite from Penedono (+40° 59' 23.83", -7° 23' 38.16"). The design idea starts with microscopic observations of a granite sample, in search of a patterning geometry. From the observation, using an optical microscope (High Magnification Measuring Microscope, model Titan TM-10) we got interested in tinatite crystal patterns, performing diamond shapes. The sequence of images collected were interpreted as pure geometry, 2dimensional graphics that could inform the investigation of an architectural/design entity.


SUNWORM PORTO, PORTUGAL_2010 Competition Promoter: Porto Municipality In co-authority with ARQUITECTOS ANĂ“NIMOS [I]S(un)warm, introduces a virtual system conceived "naturally" in a state self-organization. [II] S(un)warm is about the development of a system where all parties are treated as structural monocoque components (four generator components: SU1, SU2, SU3, SU4), morphologically different, but topologically identical. We developed a script in Microsoft Vbscript (a subset of the programming language Visual Basic), or computer program (or algorithm) that can mimic the rules of self-organization present in "group" intelligence of many organisms, particularly the so-called social insects. This digital tool was then applied in the development of a three-dimensional structure/installation to the public space, based on the previously designed components. The components of the system S(un)warm consist of rigid panels (double-sided aluminum and a polyethylene core) cut on CNC milling machine and folded according to the angles of each variant ( SU1, SU2, SU3, su4). So that not only allows a standard configuration of semi-spherical dome, but also multiple complex geometry configurations. The assemblage system allows the mechanical production of differentiated components and a very fast construction taking in account the overall complexity of the final populations ("swarms"). The final structure combines various components and is intended to be implemented in the public space, Porto-Portugal, creating a space of shelter (canopy). The manipulations of this general structure (using the script that reproduces the swarm behavior) allowed structural resistance and ensured the soundness of the whole.


AFRICAN SPECIES LUANDA OUTSKIRTS, ANGOLA_2010 Competition - "House in Luanda" Promoter: Lisbon Triennal of Architecture 2010 In co-authority with ARQUITECTOS ANĂ“NIMOS The biological-genetic codeness that drives differentiation in African Anophelines Larvae body is used to adapt and create a morphogenetic protocol to the implementation of a modular house. In the Larval development, the genome determines the pattern, and the puzzle of developmental biology is used as a metaphor to deploy a growth system applied to housing structures


CIAM OLIVEIRA DE FRADES, PORTUGAL_2010 Conceptual Project In co-authority with Arquitetos An贸nimos


HOMEOBOX FAUP, PORTO, PORTUGAL_2010 Competition - 1st prize Promotor: DÉDALO Magazine and FAUP_ Faculdade de Arquitetura da Universidade do Porto Ephemeral Structure In co-authority with Arquitectos Anónimos This project is linked to the idea of recreating the process of biological growth using a generative algorithm based on formal grammars. Can this logic generate architecture? Can this logic be seen as a second "body" grown from an existing structure? Is it possible for this strategy to serve additional algorithmic functions such as the creation of an organizational logic, a closed/targeted space, or the development of a structural system? Homeobox is an adaptive/adaptable scenery that accepts unpredictability as a modus operandi. Based on a script growth, the project incorporates a set of constraints (conflict/relational attitude with the structure of the cube of Siza) as an alternative to pre-formatted design procedures.


HIER IST DER GARTEN_UNITY IN PLURALITY COTTBUS, GERMANY_2007|08 Academic Work BTU COTTBUS_ Brandenburg University of Technology In co-authority with Giulia Zaccari From the urban scale and its vectors to the environment and scale of the city of Berlin, the project - Brazilian Cultural Center - aims to show the Brazilian art and culture. In the historical city center (Mitte), Rosenthaler Platz has a peculiar social reality: a place that shelters the art scene of the city since the country's reunification in 1989. Framed in this principle, the composition of the building is planned as a symbol of the diversity and dynamism of Brazilian art and culture, influenced by its historical contexts and by its tangible and socio-economic divergences. Along the extension of the place, architecture incorporates morphologic requirements at a larger scale. Standing at a great pedestrian and vehicle passage, the sight is characterized as a crossing point. On a street corner of this crossroad, the project closes the block where it is incorporated. The entrance floor, in direct communication with pedestrians, provides a settling area, a space that welcomes the fluidity and dynamism of the streets that pass across: an improved support between the building and the city. The building, defined as a whole, is built in a game of mass and voids. As a silent film of the Brazilian culture, boxes are projected into space and the open sky. It creates a sense of dynamic volumes, dysphonia. Buffer-boxes stand freely in an open plan condensing private spaces that move in a neutral background: visual intersections in shared scenarios of the areas between the volumes. It engenders the detachment of private and public, silence and noise, isolation and exposure. Visual interferences, transparencies and light recreations: dynamism. Elevations that "move�, that change constantly. Two rhythms and two aesthetics are generated: on the one hand a drawing that reveals the inner uses, the truth of the structural boxes; on the other hand, the expression of fragility of a skin of wood. A volume formulated by a 'dynamic ambience' that draws the building, the street corner, as a whole


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KARL-MARX ALLEE KARL-MARX ALLEE, BERLIN, GERMANY_2007|08 Academic Work BTU COTTBUS_ Brandenburg University of Technology In co-authority with Edèn Ochoa Iniesta and Jan Kolodzie The urban surroundings of Karl-Marx-Allee, the first monumental boulevard included in the program of reconstruction of East Germany after the 2nd World War, was built as an allegory to the glory and power of the socialist movement. The explosive growth of the city requested the development of large-scale housing in this area, which dealt with the needs of lower social classes. The avenue provides an important link between Friedrishchain and Alexanderplatz, and is a gateway to the historic center of Berlin. Nevertheless, although it is located in central Berlin, the area is isolated from the structure of the city. It is bordered to the north by Volkspark, to the south by the railway and the river Spree, and to the West by Alexanderplatz: barriers to an adaptable communication between the place and the city. The intervention intends to strengthen the relations between the community, its inhabitants and the city, redesigning communication systems in accordance with its old structure. It creats public spaces that can serve as attractive clusters in the centers of blocks, introduces human scale by densifying existing blocks, organizing uses and functions that are es-sencial services to its residents and to the whole city. Karl-Marx Allee, avenues, paths and green spaces are re-designed enhancing the relationship of place, its surroundings - Volkspark, Kreuzberg, Friedrischain and Alexanderplatz- and the rest of city.


BRAZILIAN CULTURAL CENTER ROSENTHALER PLATZ, BERLIN, GERMANY_2007|08 Academic Work BTU COTTBUS_ Brandenburg University of Technology In co-authority with Giulia Zaccari From the urban scale and its vectors to the environment and scale of the city of Berlin, the project - Brazilian Cultural Center - aims to show the Brazilian art and culture. In the historical city center (Mitte), Rosenthaler Platz has a peculiar social reality: a place that shelters the art scene of the city since the country's reunification in 1989. Framed in this principle, the composition of the building is planned as a symbol of the diversity and dynamism of Brazilian art and culture, influenced by its historical contexts and by its tangible and socio-economic divergences. Along the extension of the place, architecture incorporates morphologic requirements at a larger scale. Standing at a great pedestrian and vehicle passage, the sight is characterized as a crossing point. On a street corner of this crossroad, the project closes the block where it is incorporated. The entrance floor, in direct communication with pedestrians, provides a settling area, a space that welcomes the fluidity and dynamism of the streets that pass across: an improved support between the building and the city. The building, defined as a whole, is built in a game of mass and voids. As a silent film of the Brazilian culture, boxes are projected into space and the open sky. It creates a sense of dynamic volumes, dysphonia. Buffer-boxes stand freely in an open plan condensing private spaces that move in a neutral background: visual intersections in shared scenarios of the areas between the volumes. It engenders the detachment of private and public, silence and noise, isolation and exposure. Visual interferences, transparencies and light recreations: dynamism. Elevations that "move�, that change constantly. Two rhythms and two aesthetics are generated: on the one hand a drawing that reveals the inner uses, the truth of the structural boxes; on the other hand, the expression of fragility of a skin of wood. A volume formulated by a 'dynamic ambience' that draws the building, the street corner, as a whole


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CARCEREIRA SWIMMINGPOOL & GYMNASIUM CARCEREIRA, PORTO, PORTUGAL_2006|07 Academic Work FAUP_Faculdade de Arquitectura da Universidade do Porto

The scales and shapes of the urban fabric of Porto form an almost chaotic tangle where the notion of fragment stands out as a “rule” in the urban setting. The public building is defined as an autonomous fragment in the “rule” of its urban fabric. Balanced between two concepts – order and exception – it stands as a reference in the entrance of city (Avenida Sidónio Pais - avenue), and as an element that regulates the interior of the block and closes one of its sides.As a triangle, the volume is a solid mass surrounded by a neutral green space. Closed to the external environment, it only opens to a patio – a vacuum core that circumscribes a domain from the “outside”, mediates private from public, silence fromnoise. It´s continuous skin – freestanding wall and the roof – draws an even surface closed to the external “world”, highlighting the role of its core. A fluid “U” route, starting from the public space, is drawn contiguous to the perimeter of the building. The entrance lobby generates pathways and consolidates two different areas in a simple and continuous allocation of the program: to the South stands the swimming pool and its services, and to the North, the gymnasium. Circuits organize technical ventilation systems, concentrate sudden expansions and the rhythm of glass frames. Furniture and artificial light make clear the human scale


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balne ário mascumonitore s lino

recepção

s masculinode funcionários masculino balneários de funcionáriobalneários arrumos arrumos

cort ec

zona de cais

alça do n orte alça do n orte

planta piso 0. esc.:1.200

planta piso 0. esc.:1.200

corte a. esc.:1.200

corte a. esc.:1.200

corte b. esc.:1.200

corte b. esc.:1.200

corte c. esc.:1.200

corte c. esc.:1.200

corte d. esc.:1.200

FAUP

PROJECTO IV

PISCINA E GINÁSIO NA CARCEREIRA

RITA COSTA LOPES

TURMA F

ABRIL 2007

F. 2/5 corte d. esc.:1.200

FAUP

PROJECTO IV

PISCINA E GINÁSIO NA CARCEREIRA

RITA COSTA LOPES

TURMA F

ABRIL 2007

F. 2/5


pormenor 3

corte transversal pelo cais. esc. 1.50

pormenor 7

pormenor 1

pormenor 2

pormenor 3

pormenor 4

pormenor 5

TURMA F

pormenor 9

pormenor 8

placagem de betão GFRC geotextil roofmate tela PVC regularização betão leve laje pré esforçada de betão armado

perfil IPN

impermeabilização regularização wallmate caixilho vidro

vidro caixilho peça pré-fabricada em betão GRFC isolamento regularização tela asfáltica

caleira dupla finlandesa autonivelante antiderrapante regularização betão leve laje

microbetão massame de betão tela de drenagem camada de brita

pormenor 5

ABRIL 2007

pormenor 10

pormenor 6

pormenor 7

pormenor 8

pormenor 9

F. 5/5

pormenor 10

PROJECTO IV

pormenor 1

pormenor 6

corte longitudinal pelo cais. esc: 1.50

FAUP

pormenor 2

PISCINA E GINÁSIO NA CARCEREIRA

pormenor 3

pormenor 7

pormenor 1

laje pré esforçada de betão armado pormenor 2

pormenor 3

pormenor 4

pormenor 5

TURMA F

microbetão

laje

pormenor 9

pormenor 8

caleira dupla finlandesa autonivelante antiderrapante regularização betão leve

caixilho peça pré-fabricada em betão GRFC isolamento regularização tela asfáltica

vidro

vidro

caixilho

regularização wallmate

impermeabilização

perfil IPN

laje pré esforçada de betão armado

placagem de betão GFRC geotextil roofmate tela PVC regularização betão leve

perfil IPN massame de betão tela de drenagem camada de brita

pormenor 5

ABRIL 2007

regularização wallmate placagem de betão GFRC parede portante

pormenor 6 pormenor 1

pormenor 10

pormenor 9

pormenor 8

pormenor 7

pormenor 6

regularização wallmate

F. 5/5

pormenor 10

caixilho

camada drenante

vidro

pintura asfáltica

caixilho peça pré-fabricada em betão GRFC isolamento regularização tela asfáltica

pintura asfáltica camada drenante

dreno

pormenor 7

pormenor 2

corte transversal pelo cais. esc. 1.50

pormenores. esc. 1.20 placagem de betão GFRC geotextil roofmate tela PVC regularização betão leve peça pré fabricada em betão armado laje pré esforçada de betão armado

grampo de fixação regularização wallmate placagem de betão GFRC parede portante

relva terra vegetal

camada drenante pintura asfáltica

microbetão massame de betão tela de drenagem camada de brita

pintura asfáltica camada drenante dreno brita

betão de limpeza

lageado de pedra brita areia com traço seco

revestimento cerâmico regularização tela asfáltica enchimento laje massame de betão betão de limpeza

RITA COSTA LOPES

grampo de fixação

pormenor 10 pormenor 9

pormenor 8

pormenor 3

betão de limpeza

impermeabilização

relva terra vegetal

pormenor 8 pormenor 7

pormenores. esc. 1.20

placagem de betão GFRC geotextil roofmate tela PVC regularização betão leve

placagem de betão GFRC geotextil roofmate tela PVC regularização betão leve peça pré fabricada em betão armado laje pré esforçada de betão armado

pormenores. esc. 1.20 placagem de betão GFRC geotextil roofmate tela PVC regularização betão leve peça pré fabricada em betão armado laje pré esforçada de betão armado

grampo de fixação regularização wallmate placagem de betão GFRC parede portante

relva terra vegetal

camada drenante pintura asfáltica

microbetão massame de betão tela de drenagem camada de brita

pintura asfáltica camada drenante dreno brita

betão de limpeza

lageado de pedra brita areia com traço seco

revestimento cerâmico regularização tela asfáltica enchimento laje massame de betão betão de limpeza

RITA COSTA LOPES

corte transversal pelo cais. esc. 1.50

esc: 1.50

pormenor 5

microbetão massame de betão tela de drenagem

camada de brita

vidro

brita


BOAVISTA COLLECTIVE HOUSING BOAVISTA, PORTO, PORTUGAL_2005|06 Academic Work FAUP _Faculdade de Arquitetura da Universidade do Porto Considering the urban area of Oporto and the comprehension of the specific place, architecture can be a factor of urban conception and transformation. In contrast to the fluidity of Avenida da Boavista (Avenue), the area provides a place of stability. Architecture as a definer of scales, as a generator of balance between public and private environment frameworks. The "L" shaped volume of the building conveys the relationship between the city and the sight: it follows the front of the Avenue, and then closes a cross-development square. The relationship between the public usage of the Avenue and the square is delineated by trade services in the access floor, beneath a cut path in the volume. The modulation of two and three room apartments is drawn as an adaptable composition, settling areas of distribution, services, rooms and living areas. The entrance and distribution area of each apartment is drawn as a generator of its structure. With games of light and transparency, this central element can be benefited as an extension to the living area. The character of flexibility is in the possibility of transformation of one of the rooms in an area extending the living room as well as in the dynamic shutters of the elevations. The aim is a fluid and continuous organization of spaces: place and housing as a reference of identity for the resident in the city.


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PORTFOLIO Rita Costa Lopes  

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