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STEFANO ROMAGNOLI PORTFOLIO Bachelor of Architecture | National University of Cordoba | Argentina

Architecture + Landscape Architecture


CONTENTS

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GLOBAL ENERGY LANDSCAPES

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EAST DIGESTER MASTERPLAN

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AGUAJE - SUPPORT FOR LIFE

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BELGRANO ATHLETIC CLUB

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ACHAVAL FERRER WINERY

Undergraduate Work - Thesis

Undergraduate Work - Architecture Level V

International Competition

Professional Work

Professional Work


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G LO BA L E N E R GY L A N DS CA P ES Evolutionary process of infrastructures in new territories. The Patagonia case year | 2016 team | in collaboration with Tomas Pont - Juan Cruz Serafini type | Undergraduate work - Final Thesis tutor | Arch. Javier Giorgis program | Energy Infrastructure + Landscape architecture location | Rio Gallegos, Argentina 4

The ability of our environment to provide space, food and energy is limited, and although we depend on these limited resources for our survival, we continue to increase our population and consumption patterns as if they were inexhaustible. During history human civilizations have appropriated the resources of the environment, modifying and inhabiting the landscape, making it the means to subsist. In this way the landscape becomes the operative platform of systems and networks that allow human existence, just as it happens with the infrastructures that give life to our cities. Climate change is direclty linked with energy consumption and its infrastructures. Using the power of the ocean to generate electricity is the opportunity to propose new studies and infrastructural designs. ÂżHow are these new infrastructures that intend to somehow continue to provide resources to these ever larger cities, in a sustainable way, how do they interact with the territory, as they are assimilated to this natural platform? We propose, then, to transcend the appropriation of the current infrastructural typologies to develop a proposal that uses the LANDSCAPE AS OPERATIVE LAND, using the city of Rio Gallegos and its natural environment as a study sector.


RENOVABLE

NO RENOVABLE

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DEFORESTATIONS Consequences

65%

millones de dólares es lo que se gastó en importación de energía en 2013

POTENCIA TOTAL INSTALADA

22 mature trees

Main causes Térmica

Importación

Nuclear

Greenhouse effect

Intensive farming and livestock

10% Wood años de importación energética permitiran generar inversiones para cubrir el 20% del total de la demanda proyectada al 2035. 5% Mining

World Map Deforestations

15%

Es el incremento de energía que se prevee en la Subsistence Argentina dentro de 20 años 20% agriculture

13.000.000 ha

Gas Natural

Eólica

Hidroeléctrica

Solar

Carbón

Hidroeléctrica

Nuclear

Biomasa

Petróleo

Otras

Deforested per year

BRASIL 30.6 Mha

10.000

Actual Tropical

Copies per year

DEMANDA ENERGÉTICA PARAGUAY PROYECTADA

CUENCAS DE ENERGÍA Actual BOLIVIA 25% Boreal 2.8 Mha PRODUCCIÓN-IMPORTACIÓN Original Less

absorption Exportaciones

Hidráulica

Boreal Importaciónes

INDONESIA 15.5 Mha

MALASIA 4.7 Mha

Original Tropical

2.4 Mha

Imp. y export.

Rio Gallego’s estuary

PAÚA NUEVA GUINEA 0.6 Mha

Energías renovables

Energías NO renovables

capacity

CATTLE RAISING 18%

BEEF

CHINA

Greenhouse effect

Avian meet

MÉXICO

PORK

75%

BEEF

CANADÁ

ARGENTINA USA

Litros Liters de of water agua por per kcal

BRAZIL

AUSTRALIA

World Map Change of temperature

Of water is to produce food

INGLATERRA EEUU

ESPAÑA CHINA

30%

EFICIENCIA ENERGÉTICA Hotter than To sustain normal livestock FUENTES SEGÚN Much hotter than normal 35% RENOVABLES Record higher Of emissions in Argentina

Consumo per cápita

PRINCIPALES ZONAS DE INDIA MAREAS DEL MUNDO BRASIL 19.50 m

18.00 m

temperature Projection of 20% Emissions

Energía Solar

Sup. necesaria

ENERGY CONSUMPTION

Otras NO renovables

Natural gas Nuclear es el porcentaje del planeta ocupado por Coal Océanos, correspondiente a 361.000.000 de kilómetros cuadrados. Argentina posee Petroleum una superficie de 990.000 kilómetros cuadrados, Biomass aproximádamente 1/3 de su superficie continental Uranium Solar Geothermal

potencia estimada factible de instalar en el estuario de Global according to Rio energy Gallegos sources

Generación anual por año estimada

Biomass incremento de potencia instalada Hydroelectric en Argentina Eolic

1 lt oil produces the same en50 unpeople solo proyecto energy as in 24 hours

55% Greenhouse effect

32% Used in transport

15.00m 14.00m

Main areas 35% affected by sea Energía Eólica level rise

12.50m

Sup. necesaria

61% Energía Mareas Sup. necesaria Shanghai

134%

Manila

Increased in 10 years in China

Mumbai

potencial eólicoRising en sea levels 0.3% RenewableArgentina 38 meters / 120 feet energy in Argentina Nueva Orleans PROJECT FLOOD veces la capacidad EEUU EXPENDITURE actual instalada en 65 b todas las fuentes

Chennai Jakarta

Lagos

país más visitado de Latinoamérica

turistas recorren la Patagonia todos los años

Kolkata Ho Chi Minh Guayaquil del PBI de la Argentina INDIA VIETNAM ECUADOR corresponde al turismo

80 b

85 b

90 b

NY Mumbai Guangzhou turistas Canal EEUU visitan el INDIA CHINA de Panamá por año

120 b

132 b

268 b

Miami EEUU

278 b

Patagonia 5


Undergraduate Work - Final thesis MODEL with Crystal Resin

ENVIRONMENT

AEREAL VIEW - Tidal Power Station in activity

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WATER PRODUCTION

ENERGY

TOURISM


Global Energy Landscapes

CONTINENTAL LINK contact

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Strategically, the proposal takes place in the Argentinian Sea, 500 meters offshore and parallel to the most importante tourist coast of Punta Loyola. 10

To access the breakwater, a bridge that connects the continent with the open sea is proposed. It is now the transition between the continent and the water infrastructure. Interestingly, the bridge is situated by the most recognized route in Argentina, Route Nยบ40. With minimum dimensions, this vehicular and pedestrian pathway represents the acces to the breakwater system.

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Undergraduate Work - Final thesis COMPONENTS FROM THE PARK SYSTEM & PATAGONIAN RESOURCES This mega scale project was designes as 12 km linear park, with only one link to the continent, for environmental coast purposes. We proposed 6 different components along the park, which are directly articulated to landscape patagonian resources. This elements are the nexus between the user and the Patagonia. They are distributed throughout the lagoon, according to specific objectives / visuals / phenomenological feelings.

Low tide

High tide

#01 BIRDWATCHING

Main pathway with Tidal Power Station in activity

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Ocean

#02 DYNAMIC POOL

Sandbanks

#03 SHELTER

Sky

#04 ECOLOGICAL CONNECTOR

Step

Fauna

#05 VIEWPOINT

History

#01 DOUBLE PATHWAY


Global Energy Landscapes

#02 DYNAMIC POOL

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ephemeral

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In relation to the sea, it is able to perceive two fronts; one fully open almost infinite swells more intense and high due to winds that travel with greater freedom, full of energy and movement and other more calm towards the interior of the lagoon. In constant symbiosis with the resource of the tide, the pool appears and disappears due to the gravitational attraction between the Earth and the Moon, and between the Earth and the Sun. 03 04

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Undergraduate Work - Final thesis

#04 ECOLOGICAL CONNECTOR symbiosis 01

In order to not interrupt the diverse maritime ecosystem order and allow a free connection between the inside lagoon and the outside ocean, we propose to reconfigure the breakwater limit at certain points for animals to cross.

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CONSTRUCTIVE DETAIL


Global Energy Landscapes

#06 DOUBLE PATHWAY interlaced landscape We propose this pathway as a closer narrower travel to the ocean, where people can feel the inmensity of this liquid territory. The landscape can be appreciated at different levels, sometimes near the low tide or high tide, which is the most interesting local resource. In this specific case, visitors can appreciate two different but linked activities: Eolic energy and Aquaculture. 02

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E AST D I G EST E R M AST E R P L A N The city on the block study case

The proposal takes place in CĂłrdoba city, Argentina, over a vast area just minutes from downtown. It is strategical location that will connect the future Central Bi-Oceanic Corridor, which acquired a mass character of movement of goods and products across the continent. It has established itself as a neglected area within the map, with severe problems of environmental pollution due to poor handling and lots of informal settlements, seeking temporary solutions to the housing problem.

year | 2015 team | in collaboration with Tomas Pont - Juan Cruz Serafini type | Undergraduate work - Final project Architecture studio V tutor | Arch. Diego Sabattini program | Urban planning + Mixed use building + Infrastructure location | Cordoba, Argentina 12

Thus, we focused on finding a comprehensive solution that allows the development of new densities and models of living that understands both natural behavior as an urban city, understanding time as a key factor when planning new settlements. Understanding time, leads us to propose a series of steps, able to evolve and be modified in relation to future needs. This first stage, poses a recovery of degraded natural environment and the consolidation of a new edge of the city, able to contain sprawl and the various roles that the sector proposed. That’s why, that the new models are proposed dwelling within the complexities of the city, with its different levels, times and types of activities and relationships.


Region analysis

Cordoba Ciy and its public open spaces

The sector is divided by three longitudinal axes. Hill, the river and an area eroded by industries

It is proposed to unify the territory perpendicularly through the elevation of Route 19

Infrastructure and systems movements

Densification and activities. Site Catalysts

The new edge to be densified, raises both high densities horizontally and vertically

Intermediate spaces, both public and private interest, which function as catalysts to allow an intense life and a better investment proposed

Mixed Society Understanding society as a sum of individual complexities, where people need an answer to their problem, but in one place

Investment Access to housing

Actual situation of the sector Planimetry

Aereal view of the mixed-use block

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Undergraduate Work - Final Project Architecture studio V Perspective section

The daily activities of a city, in a single block, in perfect coexistence between public and private spaces

Hotel

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Highway - Market Public Transport - Parking

Housing

Public Space

Sports Center - Office Building High Density Housing

Semi Private Garden

Social Amenities

Semi Private Garden

Medium Density Housing


East Digester Masterplan

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Public floor layers and activities

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A G UA J E - S U P P O RT FO R L I F E Nature Observatory of Amazonia

year | 2014 team | in collaboration with Tomas Pont - Tomas Beverina type | International Competition - FINALIST program | Observatory location | Manaus, Brazil

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We believe that rather than understanding the nature, what man need is to understand his real origin. We come from the land, there we belong. Our proposal seeks to rescue the real experience between man and nature. Into the jungle, understanding their biodiversity through its layers and dimensions from the top, putting together two real but opposite landscapes, the artificial product of manipulation and advancement of man on nature (city), and the unspoiled landscape, one of the seven wonders of the world. The natural area includes indigenous communities, many of them unknown at present so it is necessary to provide a means of development for their livelihood. The forest is also their cultures, dances, beliefs and myths. The fact of building something artificial over natural land, becomes paradoxical. The premise is resolved by understanding the natural behavior by placing structures that grow bristles with nature. Small holes, branches and platforms arise from the amount to generate an incomplete construction, which is then understood and appropriate by the principal user: Nature. Thus the building comes to disappear, it becomes a lot more of that giant lung. The program is resolved by direct contact through a route that follows the same line of natural and self jungle growth, worshiping natural oasis on top of trees as supportive activity modules that take just what the environment offers as means of livelihood for visitors. Vernacular construction takes a leading role being centuries of self-learning, respect and worship. From there, the human being is understood as another component, which is involved but does not destroy, learning and raises awareness to organic architecture, showing the realities and experiences that happen in the remote but real jungle, which allows our life in earth.


LOCATION

In order to observe nature, we do not need a building, we need a pathway that feels nature

Aguaje

Actual situtation

Amazonia river Proposal

Manaus

Appropriation The observatory path starts to be occupied by nature

Emergent Dossel Intermediate Understory

SECTION

Indian Village

Module Acuarium - Top

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International Competition - Nature Observatory of Amazonia

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Aguaje - Support for life

MODULE TECHNOLOGY

1- High frequency of rainfall / potabilisation by slope and waterlilies 2- Restoration of water by overflow, for ecotourist consumption

STRATUM : Dossal Support for travel Water collection Seeds Aquariums in height

STRATUM : Vault birds diversity

5cm : Piojillo comun 7cm : Chupadientes 9cm : Blue dancer

STRATUM : Scrubland Creepers Fluted columns

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B E L G RA N O AT H L E T I C C LU B Waking up the Giant of Alberdi

year | 2016 team | AFT Architects - Co-Founder & Director Arch. Alfredo Tapia role | Junior Architect - general design, meetings, technical drawing type | Professional work program | Stadium reform location | Cordoba, Argentina 20

Argentina society is probably the most passionate and effusive in all around the world. Cordoba citizens are not the exception and this city accomodate one of the Top-10 soccer teams of Argentina: Belgrano Athletic Club. Although the last 10 years results were absolutely astonishing, the club infrastructure has never been revitalized. The “Giant of Alberdi” stadium is a popular icon that stands a few blocks from the main river of the city and its construction dates from 1929. Due to Belgrano’s great present time, the club commisioned the new project to AFT Architects, in order to design the most contemporary stadium reform in Argentina. The project is organised on 4 clear stages, that allows flexibility and fast construction due to its prefabricated structure. Interestingly, the design was conceived for dual use: Gameday (2 days) and Neighbourhood (28 days). In this way, the stadium will be fully open everyday, and will stand in a closer way to public life. According to this, a wide variety of programs were asked by the client: Smaller soccer pitch, cafeteria, library, swimming pool and a gym, among others. The new image of the stadium has been absolutely accepted by more than 40,000 members, denoting a strong sense of belonging to the project and contribution to the city public’s space.


“ If they knew that i love you like nothing else in this world “

We had to propose a stadium that would fill the passion and love of its members, but also to stategically design a large scale project inside the city that dialogue with its surroundings through public space.

Current situation

buildings to be demolished

Stage I - Reform actual tribune

Stage II - New Tribune

Stage III - Club’s new programms

Stage IV - Future tribune

New public space for the city

FRONT VIEW

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A C H AVA L F E R R E R W I N E RY year | 2016 team | AFT Architects - Co-Founder & Director Arch. Alfredo Tapia role | Junior Architect - general design, meetings, technical drawing type | Professional work program | Winery factory & Tourist center location | Mendoza, Argentina 22

Achaval Ferrer, the renowned wine cellar icon of malbec and Argentinean wine is based in an ancient vineyard, occupying an elegantly proportioned building with a pleasant personality, though solved with not very remarkable details and materials. Today, the project requires a growth of its productive capacity, of its technical areas, and of the facilities destined to the continuously increasing number of visitors. In addition to this, some details of the logistic procedures need to be adjusted, alongside a process of reorganization of activities aimed at achieving a more carefully crafted functioning. Hence, our proposal seeks three main goals: 1 􀃿) Increasing the wine productive capacity in approximately 􀃿.5 M liters (􀄀 M bottles) along with the required support areas. 2 􀄀) Renovate areas destined to visitors and tourists. 3 􀄁) Generate an integral and cohesive new image for the wine cellar as a whole in accordance to its prestige and acknowledgement, preserving its tradition whilst creating a new memorable and recognizable landmark capable of reinforce the power of the brand.


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StĂŠfano Romagnoli Architect

arqsromagnoli@gmail.com + 54 351 3 721122

Architecture + Landscape Architecture Portfolio  

Admitted to Harvard GSD MLA I AP | Upenn MLA II - National University of Cordoba - ARGENTINA

Architecture + Landscape Architecture Portfolio  

Admitted to Harvard GSD MLA I AP | Upenn MLA II - National University of Cordoba - ARGENTINA

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