Portfolio Stella Armeli
Stella Armeli Milan 30/01/1989 Italy +39 3205568703 firstname.lastname@example.org Skype: stella armeli
I graduated in October 2015 in the Faculty of Architecture of Ferrara with a thesis in urban planning “limes | limen, enhancement project of the Oreto park”. From November 2015 I am part of the collective Migrant Landscapes. In January 2016 I qualified as an architect in Florence. From March 2016 to January 2018 I worked for Studio Paola Viganò.
Autorizzo il trattamento dei dati personali contenuti nel mio curriculum vitae in base all’art. 13 del D. Lgs. 196/2003
Education 2015 October
Master degree in Architecture and Urban Planning University of Ferrara “limes|limen, Progetto di valorizzazione del Parco dell’Oreto a Palermo” 1st supervisor: Francesca Leder 2nd supervisor: Nicola Marzot
Works 2016-2018 2015-on going
Architect, Urbanist at Studio Paola Viganò Co-founder Paesaggi Migranti collective
Member of Paesaggi Culturali research group at Ferrara Architecture Department, coordinated by Francesca Leder
Coordinator of an artistic residency and workshops in collaboration with Museo Naturalistico del Sasso Simone e Simoncello, Meds (Meetings of Design Students) and Festival Artisti in Piazza, Pennabilli, RM
“La città degli scambi, tra ricerca e didattica” - Gabriele Lelli selected project “Friction”
Re-Drawing the theory/Redrawing the House- Parasite 2.0 exhibition and essay “OVERHABITAT” with Grazia Mappa e Gabriele Leo
Piccolo festival dell’antropologia di Montagna, Berceto residency and exhibition: “New inhabitants of the mountain” with Federico Torra
999 una collezione di domande sull’abitare contemporaneo, La Triennale di Milano finalist project, exhibition: “500km2” with Federico Torra
Autocad, Adobe Suite, Rhino (basic), Sketchup, Qgis (basic)
Campus Santé Lausanne Studio 016+baukuh
Paris Studio 016+Bureau Bas Smets+Berim 04
Brussels Studio 016
Dessel Studio 015+ONO+ARA 06 07
ZAC la Courrouze_Plan Masse secteur Mermoz Rennes Studio+Amco+Charles Dard
Parc des Sports sur le plateau du Heysel Brussels Studio 016+ Sweco Belgium+ H&V
ZAC la Courrouze_Plan Masse secteur Grande Prairie+ cdc groupe Scolaire Rennes Studio+Amco+Charles Dard
ZAC la Courrouze_APD + cdc secteur Mermoz Rennes Studio+Amco+Charles Dard
ZAC la Courrouze_APD Secteur Grande Prairie
Rennes Studio+Amco+Charles Dard 05 11
Petite Hollande –Bords de Loire
Nantes Studio 017+Michel Desvigne Paysagiste+ Artelia avec Atelier Georges+Ferrara Palladino
Rethinking Somes river
ZAC la Courrouze_PRO secteur Mermoz
Cluji Napoca, Romania
Rennes Studio+Amco+Charles Dard 02 04
Urban study_Water management Hanoi Federica Rosati+Brussels University
schemes and diagrams at the big scale, hypothesis for the second phase
views for the final delivery
project develop, maquette, views for the final delivery
constructive details of the public space
views, sections, diagrams.
site visit, project develop, team work coordination, drawing up of the final booklet
site visit, project develop, team work coordination, drawing up of the final booklet, maquettes, presentation for comité de pilotage (technical and political meeting)
project develop, team work coordination, maquettes, cahiers des charges and mémoire.
on going project
site visit, project develop, team work coordination, drawing up of the final booklet, maquettes, presentation for comité de pilotage (technical and political meeting).
site visit, project develop, team work coordination, drawing up of the final booklet, maquettes, final delivery.
project develop, team work coordination, drawing up of the final booklet.
PRO feasibility for the south part of the sector.
Nantes MĂŠtropole dâ€™eau Place Petite Hollande et bords de Loire During the first decades of the XX century, Nantes got rid of its relationships with its river, the Loire. Most of the internal branches of the river became roads and in general spaces for car circulation. The project aims to imagine a new dialogue between the river and the city through the re-design of the detected strategic spaces. In order to do this do this, the project develops two different strategies. The first one is related to the threshold areas like the docks and the banks in order to unload, and in some areas to delete, the traffic along the river, to improve cycle and pedestrian paths by giving continuity to the already existing pedestrian public space which goes from the railway station to the ex portual commercial area. In the Petite Hollande square the project re-link the city to the river by a sloping surface, organised in terraces. The terraces move the river closer to the city and at the same time allow the ligeriĂ¨nne vegetation to grow up till the city level. The second one reads the urban tissue and imagines a metaphorical re-insularisation of the Gloriette-Madeleine island, nowadays welded to the rest of the city by roads. The edges re-definition is achieved through the new ecology. It works with an improved rainwater management system and by a new green sequence of public spaces.
view of terraces from the river level
Studio 017+ Michel Desvigne Paysagiste+ Artelia avec Atelier Georges+Ferrara palladino e associati
Place de la Petite Hollande two Hypothesis for the pensiline
Stecco ĂŠtude de requalification du Parc des Sports sur le plateau du Heysel The competition focuses on a new project for the existing Sport Park nearby Bruxelles Stadium, which will be transformed during the next years by a huge residential and tertiary complex. The park that will be created has to maintain his sport vocation and at the same time it has to improve the flexibility of the public space. Nowadays the competition area is extremely fragmented and unreadable in his own totality. The proposal is the re-organisation of sport buildings and public space around a main element: the Stecco. Stecco goes from the new intervention, Neo, to the metro station Houba-Brugmann becoming a promenade and hosting all the sport facilities and a 5 000 m3 water storage.
masterplan and section
Studio 016+ Sweco Belgium+ H&V Architecture
Stecco view from the cafĂ¨ to the square
Zac Courrouze Vivre en ville. Habiter dans un Parc.
The Zac is a 114 ha ex military area, nowadays belonging to the Municipality of Rennes, the Courrouze project, started in 2003. Itâ€™s a reflection both on the sustainable development and on the capability of the public space to be the qualitative binding agent of many private operations. This part of the city has led for a long time in abandoned conditions and hosts now a huge vegetal and built heritage. His conservation and development is one of the main goal of the proposal. On the ecological side the project proposes an experimental rainwater management and the soil balance between excavation and backfill. In order to achieve these targets, new buildings are built on the existing slabs and the design of the public spaces consists mainly in green spaces like bioswales . I mainly worked on two sectors from the concept phase till the preliminary project : Mermoz and Grande Prairie. Mermoz, whose floor area is around 30 000 m2, crosses the railways and links the two sides of the project. The public space is organised by a grid according to green and mineral continuities. Following the soil balance target, the proposal goes for partially underground parkings. Grande Prairie, around 29 000 m2 of floor area, will be built in the area where there is the actual metro building site. In order to preserve the building site from eventual existing dangerous objects (like bombs left over from the past military use), the entire area was covered, few years ago, with one meter and a half of soil. For this reason the proposal mainly focuses on differences in height between the future neighborhood and the existing ones, starting from inspiration of Burriâ€™s Cretto and achieving a detailed public space project.
axonometric diagram CDC phase
schematic plan of the mineral spaces Masterplan phase
cut to study the two sides of the project APD phase
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commerce 300 m2
spazio pubblico edifici con funzione pubblica alberature esistenti Parco del Gesso e dello Stura aree agricole frutteti percorsi ciclabili ingressi ciclopedonali al Parco area di progetto nuovi ingressi al parco e allâ€™area di progetto alberature di progetto edifici di progetto
cittĂ produce cittĂ EUROPAN 14
The project conceives the city of Cuneo as an ecosystem capable of absorbing, regenerating and reacting to events that occur in places and communities. The site area proposed by Europan is located in the terminal part of the main axe of city, surrounded by residential neighborhoods. This part of the city, unlike the consolidated city, is marked by an open urban tissue and vacant parking spaces. The projects reinterprets the site area recognizing the unexpressed potentials of the public space, waiting to become a qualitative space. The reclamation of the ex-barrack acts as a catalyst for a wider regeneration project, intended to improve urban, social, cultural and environmental quality. Through the hub, the city enters the space, transforming it in a territorial laboratory: PAF, the productive park. A step by step strategy has been developed to stimulate a process of re-colonization of the barrack. The project focuses on the first year of PAF: from the park opening, which means allow people to cross it for the first time since the barrack has been built, to the consensus building approach in order to imagine the future of this area in a shared vision. PAF is conceived in order to counter environmental, social, political, economic and territorial sustainability criteria. Every element has a different range of definition related to the level of flexibility required and its possibility to rework and implement over time. Energetic building ensures PAF energetic autonomy, economic sustainability and a modest carbon footprint. The park returns to the city a wide green space, improving urban and environmental quality while strengthening the relation between the blocks. The territorial laboratory improves the capabilities of self-governance of the community - integrating the weak actors in the decision making process. Stella Armeli, Andrea Demurtas, Giuditta Gabriotti, Riccardo Maroso, Mattia Passeri
TEMPO: il primo anno di vita di PAF
prima fase RIVELARE
Aprire il Parco, renderlo attraversabile
Comunicatori terminati! si inizia a lavorare sul piccolo edificio facilitatore
uno spazio flessibile
INTERVENTI: un programma realistico
RUOLI: la partecipazione, strumento di proget-
FASE ZERO PREPARARE
il facilitatore diventa un luogo di incontro e discussione mentre si lavora sul sintetizzatore che diventerà il cuore pulsante del PAF
qualunque possa essere il futuro dell’edifcio più grande nel frattempo, con interventi minimi può serivre a produrre energia sfruttando gli scarti del parco e degli orti!
discutere e ricordare
un luogo da immaginare
limes | limen Progetto di valorizzazione del Parco dell’Oreto Oreto Park is a territory of boundaries, which embodies perfectly the contradictions of its country. It is the largest park in the city of Palermo but today it is completely unreachable; it is a fragment, but retains a unique territorial specificity determined by its fluvial nature. The park is wholly absorbed by the city, however it represents, at the same time, a barrier. Moreover it is defined as “park”but it cannot be considered a proper one. His territory belongs to an agricultural region with a strong productive vocation. Despite of the river’s course, this area is now strongly threatened by a never- ending proliferation of new buildings and by its exclusion from all the economic and social dynamics. Oreto Park as a foundation/resource was established in 2002 through a compromise between the cities of Palermo, Altofonte and Monreale, in cooperation with the University of Palermo. The main goal of this agreement was the inclusion and the ranking of the Park within the Regional Plan of parks and reserves. The river crosses territories extremely disfigured by man’s actions. The original contrast between the countryside and urban space is now more evident thanks to the mutual interference, and for the struggle of drawing a clear line between the order of nature and man-made environment. Giving a transversal reading to the territory means considering the current boundaries [limes] in their opportunity of being flexible. By intercepting and involving the elements belonging to the surrounding territory, the park becomes, therefore, threshold and access [limen].
Stella Armeli, Grazia Mappa 1st supervisor: Francesca Leder 2nd supervisor: Nicola Marzot
Analisi del valore ecologico e paesaggistico dellâ€™area
The agricultural park Lettura della Carta Habitat individuazione delle aree agricole a confronto con gli spazi urbanizzati
Valorizzazione del patrimonio Riconoscimento del patrimonio culturale non solo in termini di edifici e complessi architettonici ma, soprattutto di conoscenze ancora oggi utili e vantaggiose per la produzione agricola.
Espansione del Parco Partendo da un percorso partecipativo, stabilire delle regole condivise dagli agricoltori e dallâ€™amministrazione per la gestione delle aree agricole periurbane.
Strategia di sviluppo del Parco
the agricultural parks
Confederazione italiana agricoltori
Stabilire le regole del Parco
urban vegetable gardens peri-urban agriculture
Codifas, associazioni cittadini _
Adeguamento dei fondi agri-
stato di fatto
esempio gebbia ripristino funzionale
The agricultural park
unused attractive unused
da spazio industriale a parco pubblico!
da incolto a Bosco Urbano!
da vuoto urbano a Lungofiume!
Potential economical value
The gasometer park view the three main spaces
The reservation view Habitat map