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Valentina Damian

Vicenza, 6th April 1985 Education

University IUAV of Venice/ Escuela Tecnica Superior Arquitectura (ETSA) Sevilla

Bechelor degree Master degree

2007 Architecture at University IUAV of Venice_final grade 110/110 2010 Architecture at University IUAV of Venice_final grade 110/110 Master Thesis: Sustainable urban complexity: Seville’s Cartuja as an example of sustainable urban development”/La Cartuja de Sevilla como ejemplo de desarrollo sostenible de la ciudad/ Supervisor: Antonio Ortiz 2011 Architecture professional abilitation

Erasmus programm

2008 Erasmus at ETSAS Sevilla (Spain)_9 months

Work experience 2012

2012 Internship LLP Leonardo Claudius Pratsch Architekt - studio für Architekturen, Augustraße 44 D-10119 Berlin-Mitte Mention in “Essential living in the Alps” ideas competition, Breno, Italy Participation to EUROPAN 11 with Architects Martín Luque López and Jesús Valderrama Rodríguez

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2nd PRIZE in “Concorso di riqualificazione del centro del Comune di Roana, Vicenza / Competition for the redevelopment of Roana city centre, Vicenza (Italy)”. with architects A. Barbato, U. Chino, E. Perazzi and M. Luque López).

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Collaborator for competitions Arch. Ignacio De la Peña, c Marqués de Paradas 40, 41001 Sevilla, Spain

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Internship Architettura Arch. Nicola Busato, contrà Santa lLucia 38, Vicenza (Italia).

Languages Mother tongue Other languages Computer skills and competences OS Software

Italian Spanish C2, English B2, German B1

Mac OS, Windows Office, iWork Autocad 2D e 3D, Vectorworks, SketchUp, Artlantis, 3D Studio Max + Vray 2.0 Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Indesign.


index Sustainable urban complexity

Seville’s Cartuja as an example of sustainable urban development. Master Thesis 2010

BYO-pass

Ideas competition for the redevelopment of Roana’s town center, Vicenza (Italy). Second prize 2011

Connected periphery

Europan 11 Rødovre, Denmark Competition 2011

Bae+na

Center for research, development, and energy plant from Olive oil, Baena (Spain). Competition 2011

Bivacco 2.0

Ideas Competition ESSENTIAL LIVING IN THE ALPS, Breno (Italy) Mention 2012

Plattenbau restoration in Hoyerswerda Mention 2011

Kitchen interior design for a vacation house Maso Sadleri, Trento (Italy) 2012


Sustainable urban complexity Seville’s Cartuja as an example of sustainable urban development. Master Thesis 2010 _with Stefania Crozzolin

Twenty years after the inauguration of Expo 92, the Isla de la Cartuja in Seville continues to be simply “the remains of a universal expo”. Despite its strategic location, the city has not yet been able to take on the Islade la Cartuja as a recognizble environment. The issue of reuse of this external area is relegated to an area thathelps to absorb generic services. The project develops a proposal for a new planning and reuse of the vast area of the enclosure of Expo 92, which is based on the overlap and the intensification of uses, including residential use, to ensure continued use of this area of the city thanks to the confluence of citizens that can provide to consolidate the urban spaces. A new road structure The structure of the road of the supermanzana is a proposal to reinvent the public space from the redefinition of mobility on the surface. This way, it improves the environmental parameters related to public spaces, noise, energy consumption and pollution, as well as promotes new utilities and functions of public space within the supermanzana. The proposal is based on the coordination and integration of different transport networks and the specialization of the road into two categories: those that form part of the network’s main circulation (round), which bears the main traffic, and the internal network

of supermanzana, whose traffic remains restricted to residents and increases the potential for the realization of the rest of the business. From the structure of the original manzanario of Expo 92, it identifies a new urban unit, the Supermanzana, a rectangular block about 300x200 m and a total area of 6 ha, which contains within it the national pavilions from the universal expo, which occupy an area equal to 25% of the total area. The new supermanzanas arises from the reorganization of the road system. It deletes the boulevards, now in a state of bleak abandonment, which now become the seat of the new road transit vehicles crossings, public service and residents. This system is the basic road network. The old network of distribution of pavilions, which currently operates under a system of one-way streets, will be dedicated to transit and pedestrian, residents and emergency vehicles, creating an internal subnet. New construction Building along the avenues of the Expo, the project generates longitudinal blocks to form a succession of big manzanas that produces unexpected and surprising effect, leaving the national pavilions inside. The result of these big manzana is at the same time a kind of town, a large built rectangle surrounded by wooded areas and parks, which alludes to a kind of new plant town, rigo-

rously geometric and independent by the historical city and with the adequate density to ensure the quality of urban life. Once decisions are made in the plant, the buildings are oriented, rising to open towards the river and the city, paying a ribute to the presence of the historical center and at the same time offering a recognizable image from the center of the Sevilla. The continuity, regularity and uniformity of he track and the building, allows sufficient density and compactness to generate proximity between uses and functions. Volumes building is east-west, allowing a double facing north and south, to maximize the incident of light and allow crossed ventilation. In agreement with the gallery distribution, the north side, along wich are aligned services spaces (kitchens, bads...) is more opaque and massive, limiting heat loss, and the south is a more transparent facade to garantize natural lighting. In order to achieve a high population density, buildings grow in height, multiplying the available surface area. The public space Inside the new manzanas will generate new public spaces, walkways, covered with a smooth floor, which finally puts in relation the existing high-volume, involving them in the landscape of everyday life. The gained public space is converted in space to accommodate the

uses and functions of everyday life: leisure, play, rest... The street serves as a meeting place, promotes social cohesion and relationships. A pedestrian trail, cross over supermanzanas, also allows the crossing of the NorthSouth District Cartuja, with reduced interference with the network of motorized traffic.


1 View of the intervention from the park 2 Montage, aereal view of the Cartuja Island

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Original street-block system of Expo 92 traffic surface 16%

New block system SUPERMANZANA traffic surface 8% The new supermanzanas arises from the reorganization of the road system. Is a rectangular block about 300x200 m and a total area of 6 ha, which contains within it the national pavilions from the universal expo.

Building along the avenues of the Expo, the project generates longitudinal blocks to form a succession of big manzanas that produces unexpected and surprising effect, leaving the national pavilions inside.

The buildings are oriented, rising to open towards the river and the city, paying a ribute to the presence of the historical center and at the same time offering a recognizable image from the center of the Sevilla.

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1 Diagram of the block renovation 2 Longitudinal section 3 Masterplan


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1 Block type: cross sections 2 View of the interior of the new block: the pavillions on the background 3 Longitudinal section

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1 Dwellings types 2 Deteil of the gallery 3 Deteil of the terraces of the south facade

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BYO-pass Ideas Competition for the redevelopment of Canove’s town center. (Vicenza, Italy). Second prize 2011 _with MartÏn Luque Lòpez, Elena Perazzi, Umberto Chino

Canove of Roana is a small paradise in the Plateau foothills. The sea of green hills and mountains in the background are a precious and unique landscape, which has always made the mountain resort vacation retreat for tourists from Europe and from the entire region. In the interest of the redevelopment of the village is necessary an internal road remodel: the car, the main means of transport to and through the town, alters the normal life and development activities in the small town. The main street of Canove, Via Roma, is now a east-west boundary that divides the urban core. The aim of our project is to recover the principal axis as a public space, taking it away from the hegemony of traffic and to provide the necessary services so that residents and visitors can enjoy a comfortable and pleasant spaces where walking, going to market, assemble, or simply admire the scenery. It seems logical to divert the traffic load through a new main thoroughfare, drawn beyond the hills, adapting to the topography. The traffic will be limited only to local displacement, providing to pedestrianize the center on holidays and during celebrations through a simple diversion. The landscape values of Canove are so powerful that the most appropriate approach is contemplative; new buildings just frame the landscape, enhancing the most picturesque views, and are materialized by large pro-

tective covers. The proposals have been developed in a contemporary language, but do not forget the typical appearance and rugged alpine architecture. To achieve this goal, we use the main raw material, which gives us Canove: its strong topography. The theme of the project is the old railway line, which is substantially parallel to the north-south development of Canove. We recover this historic trace as a cobbled pedestrian street which communicates oneanother the existing and the new elements providing pedestrian accesses to public facilities, and becomes a nexus of union between the new public spaces.

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Level 0 1 Public entry 2 Turist office, multipurpose room, gallery, facilities. 3 Consulting office 4 Tribunes 5 Existent swimmingpool building 6 Parking 7 Park facilities Level -1 8 Club 9 Swimmingpool extention 10 Terrace 11 Technical rooms 12 Undergound parking Level -2 13 Changing rooms, gymnasium and facilities 14 Storerooms 15 Football playgroung


1 Plan 2 Cross section by the football stadium building 2 Cross section by the swimmingpool building

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1 Polo scolastico e palazzetto dello sport 1 Parcheggio 34 posti 2 Scuola dell’infanzia 3 Cucina, dispensa 4 Mensa 5 Patio giochi 6 Biblioteca 7 Scuola secondaria di 1° 8 Segreteria 9 Direzione 10 Servizi igienici 11 Scuola elementare 12 Rampa d’accesso diretto al palazzetto sport 13 Accesso esterno quota tribune palazzetto sport 14 Tribune 15 Accesso giocatori 16 Servizi igienici pubblico 17 Ricezione, ufficio 18 Spogliatoi 19 Infermeria 20 Magazzini 21 Palestra 22 Campo gioco polivalente

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Connected periphery Europan 11 Rødovre, Denmark. Competition 2011 _with Martin Luque Lòpez, Jesùs Valderrama Rodrìguez

We believe that the core of sustainability to create new spaces and new architectures is to take advantage of the resources provided in an environment. We are not just talking about the natural resources and the construction techniques of a particular environment, we are also considering other driving forces that lie latent in the periphery. We are referring to the new communication channels, to the network, which is being intensively used by a growing part of the population. The goal of our project is the development in the area of a human culture for the future. We propose equipped spaces where groups and individuals can make contact thanks to the new flows of communication and where they can act with the same force both at a local and at a global level. We offer a solid and open support that can create new convergences in the social debate of our time. Therefore our project consists in putting in force the existing virtual heritage in the area. We take a pre-existent space and give to it the character of a collective place, a place where to experience your worries and share your experiences, where to collect information and generate it. It is essential to promote the area not just at local level but also at a global level. The needs of physical con-

nection will gradually diminish in time and their development will be stimulated by previous expectations to a virtual knowledge of the space. We want to make the most of the power of social networks and of the creative talent of people as the real creators of centrality.


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1,2 Views of the new pedestrian axis in Islev Torv 3 View of the underpass 2

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1 We are convinced that the mixtification of uses and the complexity that derives from it is a value in itself. By positioning an intensive residential use next to Ungdomsbyen original educational use we ensure a proper densification of the block and at the same time provide a controlled contact of the educational complex with its nearest environment.

It is fundamental for us to maintain such special an educational use of the block with the great sociocultural relevance that it has for the neighbourhood. It is essential that we preserve the original built structure as much as possible. It is a way of building made up of fragmented pieces of similar scales that evokes the desired equality among the members of a better society. Besides, we are also convinced that the building of ew housing types and appearances will contribute greatly to the renewal of Islev’s beating heart. This new building will take people to this area and these people, thanks to their residential use, will stimulate the development of new public spaces and will promote the opening of new local shops and the reactivation of the existing ones. In order to concretely implement the project into the block, we have developed a parallel scheme of three sections that mark the different spaces. The first building is a “filter� building that grows from the ground and gently defines Ungdomsbyen educational complex. This building has complementary spaces that include a media library and individual labs and a residence hall for about ten students. This area has various different entries and corridors that ease the connection to the main open space of the block. His vegetal practicable cover is optimal in terms of energy and provides an innovative recreational space coloured in green or white or multicolour depending on the season. As regard to houses, considering the kind of people that will be attracted to the area (mainly young people that would like to develop their own lifeplan in Islev), we have thought about the duplex typology, which is spacious and flexible. This fitting the houses together is aimed at creating an image that evoke the suburban residential landscape at the base of the distortion or, rather, the displacement of its characteristic parameters.

1 Dwellings, diagram 2 Views of the new dwellings block

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Bae+na Center for research, development, and energy plant from Olive oil. Competition 2011 _with Martìn Luque Lòpez, Jesùs Valderrama Rodriguez 1

Baena is a village located southeast of the province of Cordoba, Cordoba countryside and the foothills of the Cordillera Subbética. Baena, with more than twenty thousand inhabitants, is the most populous of the five municipalities that make up the Commonwealth Guadajoz Cordoba Countryside East, whose main activity lies in the cultivation of olives and production of excellent olive oil. Trait that has earned the designation of origin “Baena oil.” The olive tree, is grown in the region since immemorial time. The great strength of this tree to aridity and dryness, combined with the richness of its fruit, have made its exploitation the livelihood of most of people of southern Iberia. It develops a population inevitably linked to agriculture and olive over the centuries and a characteristic andalusian industry. This productive activity, not only generates a powerful source of jobs, but also a strong relationship between peoples and the surrounding landscape. A landscape that can also generate power. Olive production possibilities are not limited to the collection and processing of precious fruits. Organic matter from pruning and pitting of the olives can be used to generate energy. This organic matter, composed by branches, olive leaves and olive pits is the fuel burned in boilers to generate power, and is called biomass. We formalized our architectural proposal on a parcel

contained in an insdustrial zone use located to the nor- 2 theast of the town of Baena. In this place the slope reaches the height of the town tower in front of it and offers a greate view over the white houses and the olive green mantle, which is the district identity and he reason of the prosperity of its oil factories. We propose two volumes separated by a courtyard. A large one which houses industrial facility and a lower one which host social uses. The larger volume (industrial) is permeable to light and the lower (social) supports a terrace from which it offers a beautiful view over the town. A space corridor formed by a wide

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Level +1 16 Technical office 17 Office 18 Meetingroom 19 Void over conference room 29 Void over energy plant

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1 Public entrance 2 Control 3 Cafè 4 Patio 5 Library and seminar rooms 6 Female and male vestroom 7 Storage 8 Energy plant 1 Biomass storage tank 2 Milling phase 3 Pyrolysis reactor 4 Cooling and gas treatment unit 5 Stabilizer tank/ gas pression control 6 Gas engine whit electror generator coupled 1 7 Ashes storage tank 8 Control panel

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BIVACCO 2.0

Ideas Competition ESSENTIAL LIVING IN THE ALPS, Breno (BS), Italy Mention 2012 _ with Blanca GarcÏa Gardelegui, Martin Luque Lòpez, Mikel Mugica Insausti

Since the beginning of our research, our goal was to recover the essence of vernacular alpine architecture, incorporating the virtues and to further improve the exploitation of renewable energy, desinging a product suitable to the mountain on two fundamental points of view: about the realities of the mountain landscape and the ecological impact of the building. This resulted in a system characterized by a simple and flexible space inside, which solves all the power requirements by a envelope technology. The most distinctive feature of the alpine climates is is the wide range, even during the summer, of the temperature between day and night, which causes above all heating requirements, the most significant energy expenditure in mountain buildings. To counteract this phenomenon and to guarantee the energy self-sufficiency, we need building elements characterized by a large thermal inertia used as heat regulators, keeping the internal temperature of the bivouac as constant as possible. Our strategy is based on the use of water as heat accumulator, allowing at the same time the distribution thanks to its flow condition, which moves by the difference of pressure and temperature. The water contained in pipes exposed to the sun heats up throughout the day and by evening it gives back all this energy as heat to the interior of the camp. We propose a unit that

works in a fully autonomous manner, taking advantage of the climatic changes of the environment around it. A bioclimatic envelope that makes the traditional bivouac a more habitable and self-sufficient place.


Bivacco tradizionale

Fin dall’inizio obiettivo della nostra ricerca è stato quello di recuperare l’essenza dell’architettura vernacolare montana, riprendendone le virtù e potenziandola grazie allo sfruttamento delle ener gie rinovabili, disegnando così un prodotto adatto alla montagna sotto due punti di vista fondamentali: quello della realtà paesaggistica montana e dell’impatto eco logico del manufatto.

Chiusura bioclimatica

Facciata di tubi d’acqua

Pannelli fotovoltaici

Dei tubi d‘acqua conformano l’involucro del bivacco offrendo sia isolamento termico che distribuzione dei carichi termici e dell’ inerzia termica.

Rivestimento di pannelli foto voltaici utilizzati per fornire energia elettrica al rifugio

Costruzione prefabbricata

Catalogo dei moduli flessibili

Raccolta acque

La costruzione è pensata come prefabbricata, dal mo mento che desideriamo che vengano ralizzate sul luogo il minor numero possibile di operazioni.

Per permettere un facile tras porto, il manufatto si divide in moduli, ognuno dei quali sod disfa una funzione specifica. Ciò permette una grande flessibilità al momento di creare un rifugio ad hoc.

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Immagazzinamento e scambio della radiazione acquisita L’acqua pluviale è raccolta grazie a una zona porosa della superficie della copertu ra e viene convogliata in un deposito per utilizzi di bagno e cucina.

Sostenibilità Costruzione Semplice Flessibilità nei Moduli

Emissione verso l’interno della radiazione accumulata durante il giorno

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MODULO A Salotto e 6 posti letto volume esterno: 43m3 superficie utile: 9.5m2

modulo minimo A organizzazione giorno/notte e: 1/50 MODULO A+B Salotto, 6 posti letto e bagno volume esterno: 55m3 superficie utile: 12m2

MODULO A+C+B Salotto, 6 posti letto e bagno volume esterno: 82m3 superficie utile: 17.9m2

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COSTRUZIONE Chiusura verticale -Pannello di policarbonato cellulare triplo strato con protezione UV, spessore=20 mm, coefficiente di trasmissione di luce globale TST=25 - Intercapedine d’aria spessore=100 mm - Tubo in PVC 250x3 mm, fluido di lavoro acqua con antigelo (-40°C,90/10), appoggiata su struttura in legno di pino autoctono mediante staffa di acciaio inossidabile. -Strato di pittura bituminosa, ociasfalto spessore =500µ. -Pannello in legno OSB, spessore=30 mm, in pannelli di 1000-1200x900 mm. Luminaria LED 15W integrata.

Chiusura orizzontale -Pannello di legno di pino autoctono con trattamento in autoclave M-5, spessore=40 mm, formato 900x1300x1000mm. -Isolamento termico d=30kg/m³.

PEX, spessore= 200mm,

- Tubo in PVC 250x3 mm, fluido di lavoro acqua con antigelo (-40°C,90/10), appoggiata su struttura in legno di pino autoctono mediante staffa di acciaio inossidabile -Pavimento di legno OSB, spessore=30mm, in pannelli di 1000-1200x900. Fori d=20 mm in matrice quadrata 80x80 mm

Chiusura verticale est -Finestra panoramica. Triplo vetro (6+12+6+12+6 mm) montato e sigillato su telaio in acciaio, unito alla struttura in legno mediante viti e bulloni di acciaio M-12.

Struttura di attacco al suolo - Struttura a telaio modulare in acciaio tipo Superslim, con supporti regolabili in altezza e estensione h=300 mm, viti e bulloni in acciaio inossidabile, trattamento anticorrosione a base di pittura fenolicamodificata. - Struttura secondaria in profili di acciaio piegato, L 50x30 mm per sostenimento deposito acque fecali.

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Plattenbau renovation in Hoyerswerda Mention 2011 _ with Martìn Luque Lòpez, Jesùs Valderrama Rodriguez

The project idea was born from the recognition of home building in its entirety, taking advantage of the original qualities, enhancing the aspects for which it is deficient and more rigorously treating problems that affect the quality of life of the villages’ building. The rigid structure allows Platenbau demolitions and gradually dematerialize from the first to the higher level. At the lower levels, which bear greater loads, load-bearing panels are demolished in a minimum, while at the upper levels, which bear only the weight of the roof, the linear charging elements are replaced with metal supports on time. Each new opening is solved with a steel profile IPE 160, which ensures sufficient static and integrity, may be contained in the thickness of the prefabricated panels. This action on the skeleton of the building allows different dwelling types, more comparted in the lower levels, more flexible at higher levels. The residencial program has been the subject of a major transformation over the past twenty years. The model of traditional family have joined new-parent families, married couples without children, singles and groups of friends... For this reason, we revisited the original distribution of the apartments and we have proposed several solutions, simple and flexible, allowing more space in the part of every person. All the elements of partition are breaked down and replaced increasingly resistant

to new elements made of wood panels, which provide a dry mounting that does not require the presence of specialized personnel. This delegation to the function of these new elements fitted walls (cabinets) and slot plant. The contact of these bodies fitted with translucent glass ceiling is achieved by making it possible to extend and enhance the visual perception of space. The appearance of the building where you live are as important as those factors that make it comfortable and cozy inside. It was therefore decided to create a socket on the ground floor of the building, to allows independent access to the apartments on the first level and provide them with small gardens. This new space of the building facing south, which is reached from the road with a gentle ramp, offers play areas for children and easy access to people with problems of locomotion. The hoof is the first level of the building are of brick, a traditional material, present in the historic city, while the volume is paintinted in marine blue, which matches the color of the sky in sunny days and offers contrast and distinction on cloudy ones. The new terraces are more spacious and opened to the south. They are carried by an independent structure of steel and the thin bars of the railing scanning lets in more light, making possible the placement of flower boxes on the ground.

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Keramik Fliesen

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Mattierte Glas

Gebleichte Eiche (Mรถbel)

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Kitchen interior design for a vacation house Maso Sadleri, Trento. 2012

The project idea was born from the recognition of home building in its entirety, taking advantage of the original qualities, enhancing the aspects for which it is deficient and more rigorously treating problems that affect the quality of life of the villages’ building. The rigid structure allows Platenbau demolitions and gradually dematerialize from the first to the higher level. At the lower levels, which bear greater loads, load-bearing panels are demolished in a minimum, while at the upper levels, which bear only the weight of the roof, the linear charging elements are replaced with metal supports on time. Each new opening is solved with a steel profile IPE 160, which ensures sufficient static and integrity, may be contained in the thickness of the prefabricated panels. This action on the skeleton of the building allows different dwelling types, more comparted in the lower levels, more flexible at higher levels. The residencial program has been the subject of a major transformation over the past twenty years. The model of traditional family have joined new-parent families, married couples without children, singles and groups of friends... For this reason, we revisited the original distribution of the apartments and we have proposed several solutions, simple and flexible, allowing more space in the part of every person. All the elements of partition are breaked down and replaced increasingly resistant

to new elements made of wood panels, which provide a dry mounting that does not require the presence of specialized personnel. This delegation to the function of these new elements fitted walls (cabinets) and slot plant. The contact of these bodies fitted with translucent glass ceiling is achieved by making it possible to extend and enhance the visual perception of space. The appearance of the building where you live are as important as those factors that make it comfortable and cozy inside. It was therefore decided to create a socket on the ground floor of the building, to allows independent access to the apartments on the first level and provide them with small gardens. This new space of the building facing south, which is reached from the road with a gentle ramp, offers play areas for children and easy access to people with problems of locomotion. The hoof is the first level of the building are of brick, a traditional material, present in the historic city, while the volume is paintinted in marine blue, which matches the color of the sky in sunny days and offers contrast and distinction on cloudy ones. The new terraces are more spacious and opened to the south. They are carried by an independent structure of steel and the thin bars of the railing scanning lets in more light, making possible the placement of flower boxes on the ground. 2


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VALENTINA DAMIAN vdamian@alumni.iuav.it +49 01578 7754806


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