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ARCHITECTURAL PROJECTS FREEHAND DRAWING PHYSICAL MODELS DESIGN PHOTO


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ECUMENICAL TEMPLE The following architectural project was designed to attend the proposal of teachers, an ecumenical temple. The party adopted were the pure geometric forms, with apparent structure highlighting. A shed used for ventilation mitigates the effects of high solar irradiation in the region, allowing the hot air outlet and also functioning as an aesthetic element.


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COMMERCIAL CENTER The academic project was designed to house office space with multiple functions. There was a concern to take advantage of natural light and optimize energy consumption through the use of a large shed lighting, and glass in circulation areas. Reflecting pools were also used for landscaping purposes and humidify the environment. Another element to be highlighted are the pillars that go beyond the structural function and make up the facade disordered purposely giving greater plasticity to the project.


F R E E H A N D D R A W I N G The following works were conducted in subjects that aimed make studies of plastic and chromaticism, beyond the practice of freehand drawing.


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The following physical models were produced over the course of for the purpose of volumetric studies.

• Structural analysis of indigenous housing, made from natural materials like “buriti” wood and strings, producing a replica of the same techniques used by Brazilian native peoples. • Topographical Analysis for designing residential Project


P H Y S I C A L M O D E L S The following physical models were produced over the course of for the purpose of volumetric studies. • Replica of “Pampulha’s Church”, a modernist project from Oscar Niemeyer, who stands by curves and the unusual form located in Belo Horizonte – Brazil • Reduced model for volumetric study of circular building that is proeminent in Teresina – Brazil • Volumetric replica of “the strong brum”, important historical built situated in Recife - Brazil


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The luminaire was a project developed with recyclable materials, conducted over an extension course of "lighting for interior design." The proposal was to develop an object that could be functional, economical and visually appealing.


P H O T O G R A P H Y

Research through photo essay about the relationship between public spaces and users. The location chosed was the plaza where is the zero marking from Teresina, first planned capital of Brazil.


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