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The Heart of the house

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1000 Students in Toxic Mud

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Cloister of Terese in Venice

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Hikari Kage

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Energetic Needles

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Guggenheim Helsinki Design Competition

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Fondamenta De Manglar

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Housing Z

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01 - The Heart of the House

Figure 01 View from south west

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01 Professor Exam Semester

The Heart of the House Antonella Gallo Design Workshop 1 1° academic year

In this workshop i did an analysis and then a reinterpretation of devices (spacial and structural devices) which govern the relationships between different moments and places of living in eight “cases study”. This project is the result of numerous studies of the spacial and structural core of Summer Cottage, a project by Frank Lloyd Wright, using it like a basis from which a design experience can be developed and actualized.

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01 - the Heart of the House Figure 02 Model exploded view

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Figure 03 West Facade Elevation

Figure 04 South Facade Elevation

Figure 05 Section A-A

Figure 06 Section B-B

The project has been conceived with a wooden modular structure (balloon frame), which is typical of NorthAmerican architecture of 19째 centur y. On the ground floor, there are two main cores of the house : a big fireplace that divides the living room from the kitchen, and the stair well with thin walls studied to create further spaces, more precisely a bathroom and a pantr y.

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On the first floor there are two bedrooms, a bathroom and a big study/librar y. the second external level can be reached through a spiral staircase: a spacious balanced open area is divided by simple geometric solids like cilindric stair well, the big fireplace with a fitted wall and an arbor.

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Waterproof membrane Sheet galvanized Floating floor Entrance hall Screed 5,0 cm Membrane T.N.T. non-woven fabric Waterproof membrane Thermail insulation 8,0 cm Downspouts drain Vapor barrier Wooden plank 2,5 cm Wooden beam Waterproof membrane

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Wooden exterior coating 3,0 cm Nails Wooden plank 2,5 cm Cement screed 4,0 cm Coating tiles Thermail insulation 8,0 cm Screed 5,0 cm Pipes for areation Modular element igloo h: 9,0 cm Foundation 25,0 cm Lean Concrete 10,0 cm Ground

Figure 07 Construction Detail

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01 - the Heart of the House

The 1:50 scale model was made using walnut slats and cardboard. In this model in particular, it was important to emphasize the interior and exterior because it is clear to understand the relationship between the interior and the exterior model.

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Figure 08 1:50 Model


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02 - 1000 Students in Toxic Mud

Figure 01 View from Coast

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02 Professor Exam Semester

1000 Students in Toxic Mud Julia Bolles/Peter Wilson Summer Workshop1 1° academic year

The BOLLES+WILSON studio focuses on the R e c l a i m e d M u d I s l a n d t h e o u t e r z o n e o f M a g h e r a ’s i n d u s t r i a l t e r r i t o r y. A n e x t r e m e f o r m o f v i r g i n l a n d risen out of the venetian lagoon. The program was meant to design an housing for 1000 students but also for social, cultural and ser vice infrastructure t h a t m a y b e n e c e s s a r y. I n t h i s c o n t e x t t h r o u g h o u t b o a t c o m m u t i n g d i s t a n c e f r o m Ve n e t i a n a c a d e m i e s this Mud Island Hypothesis is to be seen as a response to the pressing problem of students finding a place to be, to sleep and to study in Ve n i c e . T h e y w o u l d h e r e b e p i o n e e r s , l a y i n g o u t the geometr y and the symbolic hierarchies for a m i c r o - u r b a n o r g a n i s m , a s a t e l l i t e o f Ve n i c e .

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02 - 1000 Students in Toxic Mud

Figure 02 Masterplan Mud model

The architecture is disposed along the east side of the island to benifice of the view on Venice. Under the long gallery there are many services for students: lots of classrooms to study, supermarkets, bars, newsstands and restaurants. In addition to this, there are three vaporetto stops and on the final part a green spacious area to meet and communicate.

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The 1:100 scale model was made using mud and cardboard. This model only rappresent a portion of the project. Figure 05 1:100 Model

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Figure 07 Perspective Section

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Figure 08 Bird’s Eye view

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03 - Cloister of Terese in Venice

Figure 01 Point of Cloud

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03 Professor Exam Semester

Cloister of Terese in Venice Francesco Guerra Instrumental Survey and Digital Representation 2째 academic year

t h e c l o i s t e r o f Te re se in Ve ni ce has be e n su r v e y a n d m o re p re ci se ly the Sou th- We st side . Aft e r h a v i n g c a rri e d ou t lase r scanning of the cloi st e r, o b t a i n i n g t h e poi nts of clou d, w e u se d P oi ntools s o f t w a re t o ge t t he im age of t he plan, of t he p ro s p e c t u s , o f the se ction and of the colu m n d e t a i l s . La t e r, w e digi t ali z e d t he re su lt i n au tocad.

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03 - Cloister of Terese in Venice

Figure 02 Facade Straightened On a plain

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Figure 03 Section A-A

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Figure 05 Section C-C

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03 - Cloister of Terese in Venice

The column model has been achieved by Agisoft Photoscan software and then georeferenced to the points cloud of the cloister, allowing the digitalization of the gained images with a higher level of detail.

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04 - Hikari Kage

Figure 01 Concept Sketch

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Professor Exam Semester

Satoshi Okada Winter Workshop 3째 academic year

The main topic of the workshop between IUAV and CUJ (Chiba University Japan), due to be in Venice in February 2014, is to purpose a public small space/building - the footprint is less than 85 m2 and the plot area is approximately 200 m2 - between the Belgian Pavilion and The Dutch Pavilion in the Venice Giardini della Biennale. For making an architectural space, 9 m3.

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04 - Hikari Kage

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The aim of our design is to perform an inviting space:compressing and expanding,cutting and edging can play an emotional role once living these spaces The goal to achieve is assisting the visitor while visiting by offering a wide range of sensations: by means of slopes and ramps, of double heights, of dilation and sequences, of suspending objects and volumes.

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B u t i t i s t he li ght w hat play s the m e ani ng and ge ne rating role b y hi ghli ght i ng or hidi ng, shading or contrasting sur faces, volumes, spaces. The w hole space can be pe rce ived bu t ne v e r as it s w hole rathe r a s car v e d and scu lpt u re d t o e nhance the plastic and e xpre ssiv e pote ntia lity of t his de signe d com ple xity.

Figure 02 Concept Renderings

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Figure 03 Concept Sketches

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05 - Energetic Needles

Figure 01 View from The courtyard

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05 Professor Exam Semester

Energetic Needles Pietro Valle Summer Workshop 2 2° academic year

A t t h e e d ge of t he indu st rial are a, e ast from Fra t e l l i B a n d i era i n front of Canale I ndu st riale o v e s t ( G ra n d i M u lini I taliani). At the m om e nt the p ro j e c t a re a i s charact e riz e d by a se t of isolat e d a re a s a n d b y a ru nni ng i ndu st r y w hi ch st ore s a n d p ro c e s s e s cor n and se e ds. This ne w par t of t h e c i t y w i l l no longe r hav e t he characte ri st i cs o f t h e o l d m o no- fu nct i onal produ ct i v e are as that “ w a s t e l a n d ” bu t w ill consi st of fle xi ble are as c a p a b l e o f accom m odat i ng dw e llings, sm alls c a l e p ro d u ct i on, of fi ce s, se r v ice s, pri v ate a n d p u b l i c gre e n landscape . The cou rse w ant s t o d e f i n e a ne w “ u rban de nsi t y ” that absorbs d i f f e re n t f u n c t ions, and w ill be characte ri z e d by a n e n v i ro n m e nt al for m “ ope n” to change s in t i m e .

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BIOMASS

NEW ENERGY

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SAVE MONEY

Our project concept starts from the maintenance and the reuse of existing industrial structures (converting them for the production of biogas) and from the building of new structures, capable of self-sustainig through creation and use of alternative energy; that area will become a research center, specialized in studying and producing green energy. We imagine an innovative idea: create a flexible Urban net which fits for different usages (accommodations, residences, laboratories and services). In this way we created a mix of elements that combine vertical punctual structures with horizontal factory shapes which succeed in connecting different buildings.

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Figure 02 Typical Floor Of services

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Vertical structures are divided into two parts: accommodations for students and professors and offices at the lower floors, hotel rooms on the higher floors. Horizontal structures define a spacial unit that can be repeated and can hold activities like services, laboratories, common areas, streets and spaces for a future settlement. The settlement strategy used in this modest area is organized through parallel sections enriched by modules containing services. These services often become accesses to the towers that accommodate lodgings for researchers. This module is repeated in a regular way and stressed with a certain rhythm. Thus we created a flexible model, easily adaptable to different situations or places (for example other areas in Marghera); in this way it is not an isolated system but a spacial unit that repeats and defines different functional units. service

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This concept is characterized by an open Urban net, permeable in both North-South and EastWest directions; a single unit of our model in micro-scale can be used in a macro-level later. Transports in our area follow some axis that cross it in North-South and East-West directions. Seaweeds are collected in panels made of glass (2.6mx70cmx2cm) where they grow through sunlight, then transfered in generators with the consequent tranformation into biogas, energy source used to produce electric energy and heating. The stams that characterize some tower sides are 1.80 meters long and, thanks to the wind action, they move and store energy that can be used by the structure help.

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Figure 04 1:500 Model


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Figure 05 View of hybrids Skyscrapers

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06 - Guggenheim Helsinki Design Competition

Figure 01 External view of the museum from the park.

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06 Studio Exam Semester

Guggenheim Helsinki Design Competition Michele Gambato, MGark Internship 3째 academic year

Culture and art have to travel, they have to be spread, shared and communicated. The tradition of the Guggenheim Foundation is carried out continuously considering a type culture that keeps on traveling, international and contaminated by the encounters that took place in its long journey towards the goal.

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The p or t ual lo c at io n i s r e f l e c t e d i n t h e i d e a of c ul tur e itsel f, w h ic h is t he r e su lt o f impo r t a n d e xp o r t o f k n o w l e d g e an d sh ar in g. T h e design id e a co n sist s o f a s u s p e n d e d v ol u m e c o m p o s ed by c on tain er s usual l y u se d for t h e marit i me t r a n s p o r t o f g o o d s , i n t h is c ase, ar t an d c ul tur e. The con t ain e rs o n c e a r r i v e d t o t h e p o r t a r e gr afted on th ose al r eady pre sent o n t h e si t e , t h a t a r e t h e s y m b ol of f i n n ish r oots an d tr adition . O n t he se e x i st i n g c o n t a i n e r s , w h i c h a c t a s s u p p or t, en gage an d r etr ac t th e cont a iners c o min g f rom t h e s e a t h a t a r e j u xt a p osed to c r eate a c ompl ete u nit .The po r t is an i de a l l o c a t i o n , v i s i t e d b y a l l s oc ial c l asses, is a pl ac e of t rading go o ds, c o n si d e r e d i n t h i s c a s e a s a r t , s ometh in g th at an yon e c an be ne fit f ro m. T h i s brig h t s u s p e n d e d v o l u m e , “ u p l oaded” fr om th e sea, of fer s fu r t her po t e n t ial in t h e u n d e r l y i n g p l a t e f or m t h at r emain s fr ee at l evel 0.

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87 m² VISITOR SERVICES VISITOR AND SCREENING/BAG CHECKING 40 m² 377 m² RETAIL 60 m² MUSEUM AND DESIGN STORE 10 m² STOCK ROOM 775 m² DINING 78 m² CAFE/BAR 2400 m² SERVICES 580 m² CIRCULATION

L BIKE ACCESS L1 BIKE PARKING M PEDESTRIAN ACCESS N SERVICE STREET O ACCESS SQUARE P ANPHITHEATER

0. GROUND FLOOR (+ 0,50 m) The sp ac e t h at re mai n s f r e e b e l ow, p r ov i d e s v i s u al c on tin uity w ith th e por t, w hich in t h is way re m a i n s i n t a c t , w i t h t h e c i t y a n d its h istor ic l an dmar ks and w ith t h e park si t u a t e d b e h i n d t h e a r e a . I n th is w ay a pl ac e w il l be coine d a plac e o f c o m m u n i c a t i o n b e t w e e n t h e p ar k, th e h istor ic tow n an d t he cit y h arbo r, a f le xi b l e a n d a d a p t a b l e s p a c e . I n th is w ay, th e c ul tur e th at is impor t e d f ro m t h e s e a w i l l h a v e c on t i n u i t y on t he main l an d, fil ter in g fr om t he mu seum abo v e an d b e c o m i n g p a r t o f t h e d a i l y l ife of th e l oc al popul ation . The ar t i st s c an t ak e a d v a n t a g e of t h e p u b l i c s p a c e to sh ow th eir w or ks in a p aral l e l spac e t h an t h e m u s e u m . I n t h i s w a y, a r t is of fer ed to ever y kin dCULTURE of u ser, an d be c o me s p a r t of ‘ e v e r y d a y s d a i l y exper ien c e of th e publ ic .

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Figure 02 Elevation North - Est

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Figure 06 Waterfront view perspective section

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KULTTUURI

HARBOUR

CULTURE

EXCHANGE

Th e G u gge n h e i m in thi s w ay w ill be com e not only a poi nt of arriv al b ut a lso a s t a r t i n g p o i n t f o r the di sse m i nat i on of inte r national ar t and cu lt u re to the city of Helsinki and the other way around, marking a timely intervention that will change the face of the whole city. Th i s n e w c e n t ra lit y w i ll be par t of a broade r cu lt u ral strat e gic planning tha t look s at the future of the city and it’s going to have a long- term effect on the port and the city as a whole. Th e o p e n e d s q u are w ill the n be a liv e ly hu b of t he ci t y and the lig hting of t h i s c o v e re d s pace w ill be aide d by a shaft of li ght si t u at e d in the center o f t h e v o l u m e , w hich accordi ng to the di f fe re nt angle s of t he su n d ur ing the f i n n i s h s e a s o n s w ill hav e se v e ral be ne fit s on t he grou nd floor. The ac cess to the m u s e u m w i l l n o t only be gu arant e e d by t w o st air w e lls bu t also by a n eleva ted w a l k w a y f o r p ede st rian t hat, from cov e rage , le ads dire ctly t o the Tä htitor nin v u o ri p a rk b e h i nd. The footbridge conne cts all the e xchange s t hat took p la ce a t the p o r t w i t h t h e c i t y and v ice v e rsa, allow ing t he spre ad and e nri chm e nt of the cultur e.

INHABITANTS

TURISTS

The entire design will be unified by the use of wood, key element of Finnish culture, that will literally contaminate all areas: from the flooring of the ground floor and the rooftop, the carefully design elevations,up to the elevated walkway that connects the building with the existing city.

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Figure 07 Inner visualization of the exposition area of the second floor.The double hight is connecting the two exposition areas on the two floors and the skylight is bringing diffused light from above.

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Figure 08 External visualization of the access square.

Af ter a car ef ul an al y s i s o f t h e l o c a l l i g h t o f H e l sinki,som e solu tions hav e be e n ide n tif ie d t o o pt i mi z e a n d re g u l a t e t h e a c c e s s o f nat u ral li ght i n i nte ri or space s, always ensuring a dif fused light and never a direct one.For a proper illumination of the entire construction,have been studied the azimuth and altitude of the sun during the dif ferent finnish seasons.

Th e area mos t s en s i t i v e t o t h i s p ro b l e m i s t he e xhi bi t i on st rip, com ple t e ly close d on all si d es a nd tha t the ref ore r equi r es t h e l i gh t i n g f ro m a b o v e . I n orde r to do thi s tw o dif fe re nt ty pe s of sky light has b een stud ied . Th e f irst t y pe con s i s t s i n a c l o s e d b o x p a s s i n g t h r ou gh t he se cond floor and bringing the li ght di re ctly to the fir st floor. Of the six boxes, four of them are located over and pierce the exhibition space of the last floor and have an impor tant detail. Each of the m wil l pr es en t a f ul l - h e i g h t c u t a t d i f f e re n t a n g l e s whi ch allow t he light t o e nte r t he room in only one be tw e e n t he solstices a nd equ in oxe s . F o r each s ol s t i c e o r e q u i n o x o n e o f t h e c u ts of the fou r boxe s w ill be i llu m i nat e d,and the li ght w ill pe netr a te the r oom. Th e top par t of t hi s b o x e s w i l l re a c h o u t t o the rooftop and w ill hav e t he shape of a g la ss cub e. Th e se con d t y pe o f s k y l i g h t i s a i m e d t o i l l um i nat e only t he e xhi bi t i on space of the se cond floor. T he r oof s l ab is cut by a s h a p e o f a t ru n c a t e d p y ra m id i n orde r t o conv e y the gre at e r am ou nt of solar r a ys p ossib le. For th e s ame r eas on i t w a s d e c i d e d t o s h a p e t h e ou tside of t he sky li ght on t he rooft op, as an inclinat ed p r ism op en to th e s o ut h w i t h an i n c l i n a t i o n o f 53 째 , d e g re e giv e n by the m axim u m alt i t u de of the su n at t he su mmer solstice.

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Figure 01 View of St.Mark’s mangrove. The tower is a project of Lecce called EU tower

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07 Professor Exam Semester

Fondamenta De Manglar Felipe Gonzalez Pacheco Summer Workshop 3 3° academic year

W h i c h a rc h i t e ct once i n his li fe hasn’t dre am t of c re a t i n g a c i t y using Ve nice as a m ode l ? I ts com ple x s i m p l i c i t y a n d i ts u nm ist akable u rban st rate gi e s hav e m a d e i t o n e o f the m ost be au tifu l ci t i e s i n t he w orld. H o w e v e r, t h e m ai n the m e doe sn’t de al w i t h i t , b u t w i t h a Colom bian cit y w it h an hi st orical ge n e s i s s i m i l ar to Ve ni ce : Car tage na. I t has a s e t o f p ro ble m s that cou ld be e nhance d. O n e o f t h e m i s the non- ini t i ativ e i n de v e lopi ng a n i n v e n t i v e re lation be tw e e n cit y and w at e r. Th i s b o n d c o u ld hav e be e n the ori gi nal poi nt of t h i s c a rd i n a l m ili t ar y - com m e rci al ou t post of t he s e v e n t e e n t h c e nt u r y, se tt le d on t he antiqu e rou te o f c o n n e c t i o n be tw e e n t he anci e nt and the ne w w o rl d . Th i s , i n par ticu lar, has be com e the t he m e of t h e p ro j e c t : w e hav e t rie d to catch that u ne xpe ct e d m u s e , d ra w i n g inspirat i on from t he for m s Ve nice d e f i n e s w i t h su ch cle ar ne ss and nonchalance .

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First of all, starting from the heart of Venice, we considered Canal Grande, with St. Mark’s square connected to Giardini area through Riva degli Schiavoni, as if one was a satellite place and composing a linear and harmonious seriousness that links water and earth. A one-to-one correspondence can be found in a veiled potentiality along the bank of Cartagena. The main theme of the project was the use of “Manglar”,that should invade the first part of “Canalazzo” in few years. This prevision became a status quo for us and we started thinking of four planning parts simultaneously: 1) 2) 3) 4)

reactivate the bank as a public square; break down the “Manglar” wall; make the “Canalazzo” accessible, now invaded by “Manglar”; bring back the balance between St. Mark’s Square and Giardini area.

The masterplan is composed by a complete reorganization and geometrisation of the bank in the first part of channel, with a “fondamenta” that is shattered just in some parts to allow water to move in. Moreover, we considered the idea of re-contextualizing the sports facility in the north- eastern part.

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Figure 02 Masterplan

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Figure 03 External view of raised quay

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Regarding the first point, we created a public raised quay, to make an altar to social life; a welfare, linear and fundamental focal point for the citizen that, through dismantled stairs and the reproposal of full and empty spaces of the bank outline, could reproduce a direct relation with water.

Secondly, we focused on the south- western area of the canal that has the major part of “Manglar”, so it needs a research of spatial clippings in it. We read Venice as a combination of full and empty urban spaces, then we recognized four main squares: Campo San Polo, Campo Santa Margherita, Campo Santo Stefano and St. Mark’s Square. We literally extracted the shape of these locations from their place of origin , this allowed us to remove the corresponding substance from the “Manglar”, in order to create a series of squares with a Venetian mold.

As for the third point, we cut out an itinerary to establish a main flow to manage the city navigation, with a similar shape and size of Canal Grande.

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The 1:50 scale model was made using walnut slats and cardboard. In this model we used some cotton to represent the “Manglar�.

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Figure 08 Bird’s Eye view

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This is the final exhibition of summer workshop with Felipe Gonzalez Pacheco,the image above shows our team , that won the winning the corazon prize.

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Figure 01 External view.

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08 Professor Exam Semester

Housing Z Attilio Santi Design Workshop 2 2째 academic year

The goal of our studio consists on the definition of a project, a part of the urban fabric composed by residences, commercial activities, offices, with the mixture that characterize the city. The student is expected to design a project which gives answers about living quality and relationships between the project and the urban structure, but also about the quantitative and functional matters, to coincide with requests about the quantity of residents and their characteristics (families and students).

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Figure 02 Masterplan

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From the beginning of the Masterplan planning, it was immediately clear the need of maintaining the continuity and the distinctiveness of the urban structure of Venice through the use of unique ethical and aesthetic features, enhancing its quality and reducing its weaknesses. It is a structure that shows a continuous mutation in space extent in map and in height, in the achitectural language of the facades of buildings, in construction and covering materials; as if the city wanted to show us the large variety of minds, but also the moltitude of schools of thought that have contributed to its building. Through these observations, it has been recreated an area that evokes the courtyard system by means of the elevation of buildings coming from a different concepts, but also with a different height and with a semi-independent architectural language, except for some common features, typical of the Venetian environment. The choice of the plant morphology is imposed by the wish to reproduce a varied environment, in which you could both move quickly below a building and walk through the main “Calli“ surrounded by shops and public places like cafés or offices. Regarding the building placement, we considered the contrast of feelings raised by the closeness of historical constructions because if on the one hand this particular environment amaze and astonish tourists, on the other hand it breathtakes to the inhabitants, who cannot move freely, depriving them of the pleasure of opening a windows without having a really close construction. In fact, the analysis of the historical buildings in comparison to more recent areas showed the trend of enlarging the “Calli”. This is the reason why, through the construction of main axes, architecture has begun its evolution history, appropriate to establish an area with the same ethical and aesthetical characteristics of Venice.

Figure 03 conceptual views

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Original from: Linear facades and flat roof.

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Incline of walls to increase lighting in the apartments

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The roof is tilted and angled to maximize the view and it lends a uniform lighting on the habitable top floor.

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Final Volume.

Figure 04 Evolution Project


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The developed project’s aim is to obtain the best solar exposure through a volumetric modeling.Starting from a linear shape, the Southern façade has been tilted in favor of the solar orbit to raise the residence lighting. Simultaneously, the Northern facade has been tilted on the courtyard to maintain the volume and to create a relation with the opposite building producing the perception of a semi-private space in the court. Then the covering has been tilted in order to maximize the view towards the sky thanks to the ceiling windows, and also to create a uniform lighting to the habitable top floor.

The ground floor is planned with the idea of maintaining the space as permeable as possible to people thanks to copious entries and a walkable covered place along the area. Inside there is a study hall, a cafĂŠ, a travel agency and a clothing store.Externally, the facade of 3,50 m high and entirely made of glass soars the building and lends lightness to the general architecture. On the first floor there are flats for students, while on the second and third floor duplex apartments are designed.

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Travel agency

Kiosk

Clothing store Study hall CafĂŠ

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The main structure is realized in reinforced concrete, and the covering is made of steel. Regarding the facade the material is Corian, which is a versatile, renewable, easy to maintain and one of the latest generation composite; the choice of this material, suitable to cover walls and coverings, turns out to be the best for this project.

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Figure 08 Second floor

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Figure 10 Roof

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Figure 11 Bird’s Eye view

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