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Roberta Elena GRAVINA

INFORMATION DATE/PLACE OF BIRTH EMAIL TEL ADDRESS

07.08.1990, San Giovanni Rotondo, Italy Robertachiio@gmail.com

+39 340 57 94 500 Jacob Marisstraat, The Hague, NL

ABOUT ME I was born in a small town in Puglia in south of Italy, a place surrounded by nature and rich in history. After high school I enrolled the Architecture University. During the hours of lectures, the beauty became part of my life. I started to see everything with different eyes, and I discovered the desire to visit places with my new cultural background. I began to travel, starting with a nine months architectural travelling seminar, than an Erasmus exchange program in Bucharest and some internships abroad in small and big architectural firms. I graduated with an experimental thesis about small abandoned villages in Abruzzo, where I studied. My thesis became a reflection of the most personal thoughts that I gain during my studies: the reuse and enhancement of the historical heritage. I strongly think that the value of the past can be enriched with innovation and contemporary architecture, looking deeply into the human nature and how it can be incorporate to the most valuable architecture. My ambition is to learn as much as possible by constantly challenging myself, therefore after the graduation I started a new internship in Ljubljana where I`ve been working into different projects, such as sport utilities, office buildings, private country houses and graphic illustrations. I came back to Italy to take the Architect qualification exam. I strongly believe in the impact that architecture have on human behavior and in sustainability as the pursuit of architectural, environmental and social quality. I currently live in Netherland.


WORK EXPERIENCE 2018

OFIS arhitekti_Ljubljana Erasmus traineeship

2015

IBI GROUP_Londra Student Work Experience

2014

OPUS Architecture Studio_Bucharest Traineeship

EDUCATION 2019

Professional qualification_Università degli Studi “G. D’annunzio” di Chieti-Pescara Passed the government exam and licensed as a profession architect

2018

Master's Degree in Architecture and Construction Engineering_Università degli Studi “G. D’annunzio” di Chieti-Pescara Experimental thesis on Urban and Architectural project and Building Restoration: "Abruzzo, the land of ghost villages, an economy to rebuild". Vote:108/110

2014 - ’15

ERASMUS plus_"Ion Mincu" University of Architecture and Urban Planning, Bucharest Erasmus Exchange Program Scholarship

WORKSHOP 2015

The ancient fortress of Guirgui_Romania Proposal for architectural restoration of an ancient and abandoned ruin.

2012 - ‘13

Villard:14_Venice, Vittorio Veneto, Ljubljana, Naples, Rome Architectural travelling seminar. Theme: Strategic Landscapes and Battlefields.

2011

Water And Polluted Sites: Rights And Health for Citizens_Bussi Sul Tirino, Pescara Proposal for an urban solutions and reclamation of polluted sites.

SOFTWERE COMPETENCES

.Adobe Potoshop, .Adobe Illustrator, .Adobe InDesign, .AutoCAD, .SAP2000, LANGUAGES ITALIAN_mother toungue ENGLISH_B2

.Rhinoceros, .Grasshopper, .SketchUp, .Microsoft Office


01 ABRUZZO, THE LAND OF GHOST VILLAGES, AN ECONOMY TO REBUILT

LOCATION

Civitaretenga, Abruzzo, Italy

PROJECT TYPE

Experimental thesis on Architectonic rehabilitation of an ancient village

YEAR

Spring 2018

SUPERVISOR

Enzo Calabrese. Assistants supervisor: Claudio Varagnoli and Alberto Viskovic

PROJECT TEAM

Gravina Roberta Elena, Ingrosso Giordana

DESCRIPTION

Small villages have always had a close correlation with their territorial characteristics. This work covers the theme of recovery, within a broader concept, namely, translating into economics the potentiality of the place. Over time in these countries, the capacity to produce economies has been reduced, due to depopulation and/or natural disasters, how, in this case, the terrible earthquake of the 2009. With the idea that conservative restoration and reconstruction as an end in itself are not enough, the approach to intervention is marked by a series of parallel actions. From the inclusion of new functions in the village, which transform its use without modifying the morphology or the urban structure, to the reconstruction of the houses and the improvement of the public spaces. The conditions for the recovery of the village of Civitaretenga play in its favor. In addition to the presence of a developed road network, the geographical area in which it is located has been made famous over the centuries for the presence of an important cultivation of saffron, called the "yellow gold of Abruzzo" and of which there are currently only small traces. The search of traditions and the innovation, become the key of the planning choices and lead to the realization of a village of well-being. Watch the full version on: https://www.behance.net/gallery/85303793/The-land-of-ghost -villages-an-economy-to-rebuild-pt1 https://www.behance.net/gallery/85253801/The-land-of-ghost -villages-an-economy-to-rebuild-pt-2


PHOTOGRAPHIC SURVEY FEATURES OF BUILDINGS DEFINING THE INTERVENTIONS D

C total collapse

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stuctural abandoned damage buildings

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PS

second homes

public building

public space

R archaeology restrictions

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INTERVENTION interiors new functions on each floor

new functions on each floor

new functions on each floor

Minimal and recognisable interventions of reconstruction of the missing parts

Minimal and recognisable interventions of reconstruction of the missing parts

Minimal and recognisable interventions of reconstruction of the missing parts

structural consolidation

structural consolidation

structural consolidation

Realization of shops and workshops

Realization of a library and a reading area

Realization of a little BookShop

external public space

LONGITUDINAL SECTION A-A’

ANALYSIS OF SECTION

Reuse of the back of the eighteenth-century church as a projection surface


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PB PS

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new functions on each floor

new functions on the ground floor

new functions on each floor

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new functions on each floor

new functions on each floor

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PB PS

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new functions on each floor new functions on each floor

recognised operation on the facade

recognised operation on the facade

recognised operation on the facade

recognisable interventions of reconstruction

Realization of tourists accommodation

Realization of tourists accommodation

Restoring its original function as a bakery

Restoring its original function as a landmark

realization of an equipped public space

realization of an equipped public space recognised operation on the facade and replacement of roof structural consolidation realization of a research laboratory

recognised operation on the facade and replacement of roof structural consolidation realization of a research laboratory

recognised operation on the facade and replacement of roof preservation and consolidation of existing load-bearing structures realization of a research laboratory

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25%

25%

50%

load-bearing danni alle stutture danni ai solai slab damages verticali 50% damages

rilevanza storico architecturalarchitettonica relevance

unfit forinagibilita’ use acclivita’ slope of the sitedel sito 100% 100%


CONCEPT PLAN SCALE 1_2000

02

Car

Sports facilitie

RE_THINK RECYCLE AND ENVIRONMENTAL INFRASTRUCTURE LOCATION

L’Aquila, Abruzzo, Italy

PROJECT TYPE

Urban riqualification, reuse

YEAR

Summer 2014

PROFESSOR

Pepe Barbieri, Rosario Pavia

PROJECT TEAM

Coluzzi Michela, Gravina Roberta Elena, Ingrosso Giordana

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2

DESCRIPTION

The concept start from urban setting’s analysis of the province of L'Aquila from pre to post earthquake in 2009. The result of the careful research shows the detrimental relocation of commercial and cultural facilities from the city of L’aquila to the nearby location. With this project we try to re-think the public transport and facilities, improving the networking and economic exchange between the damaged city and the sourranding places.

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TERRITORIAL SECTION AA'


FUNCTIONAL LAYER

Path along the city walls Present Structure

Municipality re-think GREEN

14

rs parking

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es Present Structure

Fair area/temporari shops

workshops and leisure time

facilities for the botanical garden and herbarium

City busses

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re-think SLOW MOBILITY

Exchange Hub

Km 0 Market

1

Info point

12 2 1

3

7 Present Structure

4

8 botanical garden

8 5

re-think FAST MOBILITY

Vegetable gardens

5

1 5

Present Structure

River Park

MOBILI TY

Historical path

Train station

Driveway

use

5

re-think FACILITIES

Cable car

Public space

Bike path

Bridle path


re-use

former industrial area re-naturalise

botanic garden

footprint

STRUCTURAL SCHEME

steel structure retaining walls

pre-existing pillars


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scossalina

CAP. 10 odroccar id otalfiorp

03 WINERY

Sustainable design of a production unit. Technical drawings.

YEAR

Spring 2014

PROFESSOR

G. Pardi

PROJECT TEAM

Coluzzi Michela, Gravina Roberta Elena, Ingrosso Giordana

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CAP. 10.2

CAP. 6.4

60

PROJECT TYPE

scossalina

canale di gronda

24

San Giovanni Teatino, Abruzzo, Italy

TRANCHE CROSS SECTION UPPER COVER

LOCATION

SECTION CC’

DESCRIPTION

LONGITUDINAL ELEVATION

Executive project of a winery. The winery has been designed to allow vinification “by gravity” and to naturally guarantee the ideal temperature for the production and storage of wine. Designed to have a low enviromental impact and high energy saving.

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CAP. 14.3

clip in poliammide rinforzata

CAP. 14.2

lamiera grecata isolante termo-acustico

strato separatore impermeabilizzante lastre di copertura in lega zinco titanio

CAP. 6.3

travicella in legno di abete

CAP. 6.1

14

tavolato

CAP. 6.4

4

9

4

profilato scatolare

81

29

5

3

7

canale di gronda 4

52

profilato scatolare 5

13

upn 100

finitura esterna 73

profilato angolare per bullonatura 94

vite bullonata 6 3

scatolare di supporto al controsoffitto

CAP. 8.1

controsoffitto in lastre di cartongesso

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07

CAP. 9.3

ipe 600

pannello di finitura esterna

12

CAP. 8.2

graffe metalliche

isolante

lastre protettive antincendio

CAP. 9.4

33 40

strisce di lastra di collegamento CAP. 10.2

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0,11

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scossalina

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parafoglie

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50 cm

CC’

CAP. 10.2

9

10

messicano

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2

CAP. 10.2

45

15

15

tamponatura esterna

CAP. 5.1

8

lastra protettiva antincendio

2

9

30

27

CAP. 9.4

5

discendente di gronda

13

strisce di lastra di collegamento

DETAIL 1

7,50

1,54

DETAIL1_ TRANCHE UPPER COVER

pannello fotovoltaico

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B’

39,5

Vinificazione h. 10,40_ mq 115,38

5,28

0,96

1,4

1,82

2,2

1,32

1,32

0,31

PLAN -1 FLOR

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2,50 1,20

CAP. 12.1

1,48

1,13

4,18

21,91

0,91

CAP. 12.2

8,25

1,86

3 1,78

1,73

1,81

1,73

1,78

1,59 0,96

0,96

1,8

1,73

CAP. 7.1

0,86

Servizi h. 6,55_ mq 62,36

6,1

3,86

Barricaia h. 6,10_ mq 174,75

0,85

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6,09

12

1,72 2,24

0,96

1,4

0,32

CAP. 7.1.2 1,45

0,98

2,86 1,96

h. 6

5,71

CAP. 5.2

CAP. 16

0,94

1,63

1,49

1,13

2,48

3,07

2,66

2,00 0,90

2,00 0,90

2,00 0,90

8,45

1,07

1,07

2,14

2,36

2,37

CAP. 18.2.1

1,51

1,52

1,39

1,52

1,41

0,31

0,31

0,31

1,32

1,32

3,42

36

39,5

B CAP. 14.1 0,53

6,72

0,59

0,4

4,2

1,13

4,4

0,54

4,17 5,82

CAP. 8

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D18

0,99

2,24

3,37

1,73

3,95

3,93 3,37

4,13 3,74

4,92

0,46

2,27

9,71

5,92

CAP. 6.1

0,28

1,09

1,24

0,51

0,87

0,5

0,4

0,8

0,79

0,95

0,62

22,49

5,17

1,39

0,65

1,49

5,34

1,73

1,78

1,73

1,77

1,66

1,6

1,5 2,62

1,79

3,26

1,97

0,89

3,45

0,31

1,1

2,1

CAP. 9.3

2

CAP. 12.2

6,38

0,11

0,63

9,57

1,5

1,09

1,7

CAP. 19

0,32

3,1

1,5

3

CAP. 7.1

0,17

0,31

CAP. 5.1 1,27

2,76

0,71

2,86

0,98

11,33

2,7

2,18 2,89

1,01 1,49

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4,44

0,98

1,97

0,26

2,25

2,3

8,2 0,15

0,63

1,4

D19

0,84

1,2

0,85

1,5

5,32

0,92

6,93

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1,49 0,92

5,36

0,17

0,71

0,77

LONGITUDINAL SECTION AA’

4,41

CAP. 10

0,31 1,5

21,44


0,31 0,27

3,5

28

4 4 2 5

0,85

2,32

10

1,73

2,25

A’

5,89

5,58

Pressa 6,40_ mq 65,66

11,06

13

isolante CAP. 7.1

CAP. 5.1

21

44

scossalina

CAP. 5.1

21

38

CAP. 14.1

52 0,11 0,15

CAP. 14.3

lastra di copertura

muro di tamponamento

7

39

pannello fotovoltaico

13

ANCHORING EXTERNAL WALL- BEAM

lamiera grecata 24

clip di fissaggio 0,31

CAP. 14.2

27

5

0,27

1 1 13

3,5

pavimento

tubazione pannello

piano di campagna 3,3 2,2 1 1,1

1,9

11,74

2,02

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27

5 0.5 5,5

strato di allettamento pannello radiante a pavimento isolante rete e.s. massetto

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20,7

28

vespaio aerato

guaina antiradon

getto di completamento

7

5

igloo

110

1 2,5

magrone

23

ghiaia

38

13 5,38

13

0,34

2,02

0.5 5

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10

20

50 cm

5,41 0,47

pannello tamponatura CAP. 5.2

impermeabilizzante CAP. 11.2

9

ghiaia

5,46

206

10

20

50 cm

9 9 6 62

123 140

50

60

tubo di drenaggio

10 2 10

TRANCHE TRASVERSAL SECTION BB’

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40

R8

3,57

0,79

0,28

1,92

0,58

1,74

3,09

1,89

2,51

1,73

BASEMENT FLOOR

2.5 1

guaina impermeabilizzante

238

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50

100 cm


04 SERPENTINE GALLERY PAVILION

LOCATION

London, United Kingdom

PROJECT TYPE

Temporary pavilion

YEAR

Spring 2013

PROFESSOR

Livio Sacchi

PROJECT TEAM

De Napoli Veronica, Gravina Roberta Elena, Ingrosso Giordana

DESCRIPTION

A concave and convex covering seems to float on the ground. The organic form of the pavillon generates a space whose language suggests a link with the sorraunding nature. Inside, three large volumes define the main rooms and between them stands an exhibition space. The flattened structure is in contrast to the massive existing construction.


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3 5 SCALA 1:100

10m


East elevation

North elevation


External view

coffee shop

Book shop


05 VILLARD:14 STRATEGIC LANDSCAPES AND BATTLEFIELDS

LOCATION

Montello, Veneto, Italy

PROJECT TYPE

Landscape Design

YEAR

Spring 2013

PROFESSORS

Federico Bilo’, Domeni Potenza, Matteo Di Venosa

PROJECT TEAM

Veronica De Nalpoli, Miriam D’Ignazio, Roberta Elena Gravina, Giordana Ingrosso, Andrea Leone, Fabio Levante

DESCRIPTION

A little mountains relief (high 371 metres above sea level) that, between the Venetian Lagoon and the Belluno Dolomiti mountaintops, divers the river Piave. Scene of the last Austro-Hungarian assault, called “The Battle of the Solstice”, the Montello clearly has had a strategic role for the First World War destiny. The work was that of rummage the historical memory of this complicated area, packed of signs and embedded, redraw the past and present identity: from Serenissima woodland reserve to wellness and sport oasis, an highly fragmentation. A dynamic place and dense of sense that was changed in a war scene can be today only a tourist-commerative attraction? Is that means “remember”? We need to remember, not confine the memory to museum that cause separation and abstraction, but remember trough memory rummaging able to identify the remained hidden strategic features, embellish them of new senses and explain the potentialities.


Qualifying the ridge as a road Connecting the main features Creating across-the-board environmental relations Qualifying the internal/external visual relation

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06 SOCIAL HOUSING

LOCATION

Pescara, Abruzzo, Italy

PROJECT TYPE

Residential housing

YEAR

Summer 2011

PROFESSOR

Enzo Calabrese

PROJECT TEAM

Roberta Elena Gravina, Giordana Ingrosso PARTERRE

DESCRIPTION

In this project the great wall becomes the sign of separation and relationship between the new and the pre-existing. It is lightened by emptying itself through several openings, and it becomes the technological center of the building from which the houses are developed. In the opposite front there is a wooden wing to create a private space in the courtyards and there is a game with different wooden texture to show the volumes on the facades.

NORTHWEST ELEVATION

SOUTHEAST ELEVATION


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