Portfolio Alessandro Aceri

Alessandro Aceri
PORTFOLIO
alessandro aceri
architect
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6/28 Bronte Street
East Perth - 6004
West Australia
0478 194 213
alessandro.aceri@gmail.com
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Jan 2015 - May 2016
Project Architect / 3D modeler / Model Maker at Studio01 - Firenze, Italy
website : www.studio01arch.com
Main activities: design development, contests, renderings and scale models of mixed-use,
residential and commercial buildings.
Mar - Jun 2015
Project Architect / 3D modeler - collaboration whit Lorenzo Greppi architect
Main activities: preliminary project for the competition of a public school.
	
Apr 2014 - Oct 2015
Land Surveyor Manager - Riyadh/Jeddah - Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Main activities: inspections, organization and distribution of topographic work activities.
Aug 2013 - Nov 2013
Project Architect / 3D modeler at CA-Diwouta | Cabinet d’Architecture - Douala,
Cameroon
website : www.ddiwouta-architect.com
Main activities: design and renovation of public and private buildings.
	
Jun 2009 - Jul 2012
Draftsperson at Bruno Angelici Architectural Firm - Firenze, Italy
Main activities: surveys, design development, renovations and restorations of residential
and industrial buildings.
Apr - Jun 2008
Intern at BluDesign - Firenze, Italy
Main activities: interior design, 3d modeling and renderings for a project of a luxury hotel
WORK EXPERIENCE
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2016/Present - Autodesk Master “BIM Planning, Sustainable and Renewable Energy” - Istituto Volta
2015 - ArchViz6Days Full-Immersion Course “Advanced 3D modeling” - makemake Spazio&Arte,
	 Rome, Italy
2013 - Master of Architecture - Università degli Studi di Firenze - Italy
2010 - Bachelor of Architecture - Università degli Studi di Firenze - Italy
EDUCATION AND TRAINING
Ambitious, self-motivated individual with a strong attention to detail. Careful and precise with design expertise
developed through studies and works. Flair for both schematic and concept design, 3D visualisation, experience
in producing planning, presentation drawings and photorealistic images. Communicate confidently and
effectively with people at all levels and from diverse backgrounds. Wishful to make an all new working experience,
determinated to enlarge my professional and personal skills and ready to face the challenge of a new environment.
SUMMARY
COMPUTER SKILLS
Proficient in MS Office Package (Word, Excel, PowerPoint),
AutoCAD, Rhinoceros, Revit, Cinema4D, VRay, Photoshop.
Good knowledge of Marvelous Designer, InDesign, Illustrator and 3DstudioMax.
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The subject of the degree thesis was the
redevelopment of the area “Mirafiori” where was the
Fiat factory in Turin.
Following the increasing attention of architecture
in environmental and alimentary issues, it is been
proposed a Vertival Farm to increase the production
of food whit no costs to bring it to the city and so
whitout pollution.
The idea of vertical farm is to have an indoor massive
production of food, using hydroponic and aeroponic
technology inside a tall building so to use not a lot of
square meters at the ground.
All the building is ecological, producins its own
energy by solar panels all over the facades.
TURiNtoGREEN
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The entire masterplan area develops following line
drawn to mend the existing urban fabric, taking care
to insert connecting roads and easing the tram so to
improve and encourage the use of public transport.
In addition to many housing units, there have been
included numerous social aggregation places and
sports facilities and even some areas destined to
urban gardens, schools and hotels.
In the north, the main Fiat warehouse has been
converted into a museum of Fiat and a central of
eletrical production based on solar panels.
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The building idea comes from grass blades and is
composed of 7 towers with different heights and
connected by suspended paths.
Four towers are totally dedicated to the indoor
manufacture, two towers to the administration while the
central one contains laboratories, educational spaces,
offices and even a botanical garden.
The seven towers of various heights, fully glazed, are
supported by a central column of reinforced concrete in
which you will find the vertical connections and shafts for
installations.
The central column also serves as a support for the
cantilever beams that support the various floors.
Subject of the competition is the redevelopment of
an industrial building in Quarto Inferiore (BO) to be
used as a place dedicated to creativity.
Guiding principle of the project are dynamic and
aggregation.
All spaces are modular, shifting wall units you can
adapt the space to the needs of its users and
optimizing its use.
SPACE TO CULTURE competition YAC 2014
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TEAM:
Alessandro Aceri
Antonia Sore
Dario Vivaldi
Serena Franco
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disposition A:
for events with
crowd all around
disposition B:
for conventions
with crowd
looking a stage
disposition C:
for temporary
exhibition
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Purpose of the project is the construction for the
exhibition of the artifacts found in the site of “Villa
Adriana” near the city of Tivoli (Rome).
The display elements are located in the area of the
Maritime Theatre and the Hall of the Philosophers.
The project is inspired by the site itself, reinventing
the columns that characterizes the site, as exhibitors
of the findings.
VILLA ADRIANA
TEAM:
Alessandro Aceri
Serena Franco
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FASHION HOTEL
The project site is an area close to the train station
of Florence, previously used for the maintenance of
the trains.
Adjacent to the site is planned the construction of
high-speed station designed by Norman Foster.
The theme of the project is the redevelopment of
the buildings for the maintenance of trains were is
proposed a fashion museum equipped whit spaces
for permanent and temporary exhibitions.
On the side of the road has been designed a fashion
five-storey hotel, connected by a square to the level
of the museum, in front of which there is green park.
TEAM:
Alessandro Aceri
Antonia Sore
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The side of the hotel in front of the road
is totally made in perforated concrete so
to allow the light in, while the side in front
of the square is fully glazed so to see the
different functions and colors of spaces.
Inside, in addition to the different types of
rooms (from simple to luxury), there are
other services such as restaurants, gym
and auditorium.
The park is characterized by a “pixelated”
paving of grass and concrete and is
equipped with a number of seats.
At the center there is a depression in the
ground that creates a space for other
leisure activities.
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Subject of the project for bachelor degree thesis
was the realization of a showroom for the famous
fashion brand Prada.
This brand has linked his name to the sporting
achievements of Luna Rossa sailing team which
gave the idea behind the project.
The building is in fact composed of two volumes
that flank as two hulls during a competition. A third
volume sinuously wraps them to recall the idea of
the sea waves, the scene of the challenge.
SHOWROOM PRADA
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The building is a game of space, shapes and volumes and all elements of the project are closely
linked with each other. The circular shape that envelops everything has a ramp and is actually a
gallery exhibition of products, but also a path that is linked by walkways to the central volume.
The two metal buildings are connected to the ground floor, where there is the showroom for
major events but also retail spaces and a reception.
Upstairs you will find the video room and dining area with an overlook on the space of events.
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The aim of our architectural and cultural approach is to eliminate the creation of
the Ghetto phenomenon by accommodating new inhabitants in the existing urban
structure closer to the citizens. When approaching the temporary housing the
emphasis is on the creation of the shared spaces and values.
The new structures are in direct contact with the existing buildings which diminishes
the heat lost from the existing building and creates energy gain for both. These
structures are designed in a flexible way so the interior distribution can be adapted
in time. The external structural shell remains while its modular interior transforms
based on the necessities; for example from a bed & breakfast to a museum, or a
parking garage.
Taking a step further to a more practical aspects and considering the environment
in which we are operating we reflected on the climate and alimentation, in particular
light deficiency and limited vegetable food production, that directly influence health
and life quality.
We propose to create cultural centres that stimulate the interaction between
people offering at the same time a knowledge sharing platform that offers different
programs from training, courses to playgrounds and working spaces. Here people
can discover new cultures and languages, learn from each other sharing values as
love, friendship and happiness. This can be a place where everybody can feel free to
express themselves and help each other to deal with everyday problems.
FROM BORDER TO HOME - Competition
TEAM:
Alessandro Aceri
Dario Vivaldi
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“The main goal is to involve all the citizens in this process, they
need to participate actively and feel part of the new community
that is being created.”
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“The new structures are in direct contact with the existing buildings
which diminishes the heat lost from the existing building and
creates energy gain for both. These structures are designed in a
flexible way so the interior distribution can be adapted in time”
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During my career I had a huge interest on computer
graphics and I kept studying new softwares,
experimenting new techniques to improve my skills
to obtain a better result.
Here are some of my latest images starting from the
3d model and ending with the post-production.
RENDERINGS
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Architectural and urban scale models communicate an
object, an architectural project, the historical reconstruction
of a building or a portion of the territory, better than any other
material, graphic or video.
This because they respect the interests of the observers, in
fact, he can chooses freely on what particular, from which
point of observation and how long he can keep watching a
project.
They are also a unique way to verify the proportions between
the various elements and between the architecture and the
surroundings.
Those are some of the reasons that grown my interest in this
particular area and kept me producing them.
SCALE MODELS
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SPLIT PORT
1:1000
Dimension
110 cm x 90 cm
Materials:
carton plume - polystyrene - white sand
project by Antonia Sore
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PROJECT PISA LIBRARY
1:100
Dimension
80 cm x 80 cm x 15 cm
Materials:
carton plume - polystyrene
project by Paolo Panesi
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LOFT - London
1:200
Dimension
120 cm x 100 cm x 135 cm
Materials:
woodpaper - pvc - green carpet
project by Serena Franco
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TURiNtoGREEN
1:200
Dimension
150 cm x 90 cm x 145 cm
Materials:
carton plume - pvc - white carpet
project by Alessandro Aceri
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Portfolio Alessandro Aceri

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  • 3. 3 6/28 Bronte Street East Perth - 6004 West Australia 0478 194 213 alessandro.aceri@gmail.com
  • 4. 4 Jan 2015 - May 2016 Project Architect / 3D modeler / Model Maker at Studio01 - Firenze, Italy website : www.studio01arch.com Main activities: design development, contests, renderings and scale models of mixed-use, residential and commercial buildings. Mar - Jun 2015 Project Architect / 3D modeler - collaboration whit Lorenzo Greppi architect Main activities: preliminary project for the competition of a public school. Apr 2014 - Oct 2015 Land Surveyor Manager - Riyadh/Jeddah - Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Main activities: inspections, organization and distribution of topographic work activities. Aug 2013 - Nov 2013 Project Architect / 3D modeler at CA-Diwouta | Cabinet d’Architecture - Douala, Cameroon website : www.ddiwouta-architect.com Main activities: design and renovation of public and private buildings. Jun 2009 - Jul 2012 Draftsperson at Bruno Angelici Architectural Firm - Firenze, Italy Main activities: surveys, design development, renovations and restorations of residential and industrial buildings. Apr - Jun 2008 Intern at BluDesign - Firenze, Italy Main activities: interior design, 3d modeling and renderings for a project of a luxury hotel WORK EXPERIENCE
  • 5. 5 2016/Present - Autodesk Master “BIM Planning, Sustainable and Renewable Energy” - Istituto Volta 2015 - ArchViz6Days Full-Immersion Course “Advanced 3D modeling” - makemake Spazio&Arte, Rome, Italy 2013 - Master of Architecture - Università degli Studi di Firenze - Italy 2010 - Bachelor of Architecture - Università degli Studi di Firenze - Italy EDUCATION AND TRAINING Ambitious, self-motivated individual with a strong attention to detail. Careful and precise with design expertise developed through studies and works. Flair for both schematic and concept design, 3D visualisation, experience in producing planning, presentation drawings and photorealistic images. Communicate confidently and effectively with people at all levels and from diverse backgrounds. Wishful to make an all new working experience, determinated to enlarge my professional and personal skills and ready to face the challenge of a new environment. SUMMARY COMPUTER SKILLS Proficient in MS Office Package (Word, Excel, PowerPoint), AutoCAD, Rhinoceros, Revit, Cinema4D, VRay, Photoshop. Good knowledge of Marvelous Designer, InDesign, Illustrator and 3DstudioMax.
  • 6. 6 The subject of the degree thesis was the redevelopment of the area “Mirafiori” where was the Fiat factory in Turin. Following the increasing attention of architecture in environmental and alimentary issues, it is been proposed a Vertival Farm to increase the production of food whit no costs to bring it to the city and so whitout pollution. The idea of vertical farm is to have an indoor massive production of food, using hydroponic and aeroponic technology inside a tall building so to use not a lot of square meters at the ground. All the building is ecological, producins its own energy by solar panels all over the facades. TURiNtoGREEN
  • 7. 7
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  • 9. 9   The entire masterplan area develops following line drawn to mend the existing urban fabric, taking care to insert connecting roads and easing the tram so to improve and encourage the use of public transport. In addition to many housing units, there have been included numerous social aggregation places and sports facilities and even some areas destined to urban gardens, schools and hotels. In the north, the main Fiat warehouse has been converted into a museum of Fiat and a central of eletrical production based on solar panels.
  • 10. 10
  • 11. 11 The building idea comes from grass blades and is composed of 7 towers with different heights and connected by suspended paths. Four towers are totally dedicated to the indoor manufacture, two towers to the administration while the central one contains laboratories, educational spaces, offices and even a botanical garden. The seven towers of various heights, fully glazed, are supported by a central column of reinforced concrete in which you will find the vertical connections and shafts for installations. The central column also serves as a support for the cantilever beams that support the various floors.
  • 12. Subject of the competition is the redevelopment of an industrial building in Quarto Inferiore (BO) to be used as a place dedicated to creativity. Guiding principle of the project are dynamic and aggregation. All spaces are modular, shifting wall units you can adapt the space to the needs of its users and optimizing its use. SPACE TO CULTURE competition YAC 2014 12 TEAM: Alessandro Aceri Antonia Sore Dario Vivaldi Serena Franco
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  • 15. 15 disposition A: for events with crowd all around disposition B: for conventions with crowd looking a stage disposition C: for temporary exhibition
  • 16. 16 Purpose of the project is the construction for the exhibition of the artifacts found in the site of “Villa Adriana” near the city of Tivoli (Rome). The display elements are located in the area of the Maritime Theatre and the Hall of the Philosophers. The project is inspired by the site itself, reinventing the columns that characterizes the site, as exhibitors of the findings. VILLA ADRIANA TEAM: Alessandro Aceri Serena Franco
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  • 20. 20 FASHION HOTEL The project site is an area close to the train station of Florence, previously used for the maintenance of the trains. Adjacent to the site is planned the construction of high-speed station designed by Norman Foster. The theme of the project is the redevelopment of the buildings for the maintenance of trains were is proposed a fashion museum equipped whit spaces for permanent and temporary exhibitions. On the side of the road has been designed a fashion five-storey hotel, connected by a square to the level of the museum, in front of which there is green park. TEAM: Alessandro Aceri Antonia Sore
  • 21. 21
  • 22. 22 The side of the hotel in front of the road is totally made in perforated concrete so to allow the light in, while the side in front of the square is fully glazed so to see the different functions and colors of spaces. Inside, in addition to the different types of rooms (from simple to luxury), there are other services such as restaurants, gym and auditorium. The park is characterized by a “pixelated” paving of grass and concrete and is equipped with a number of seats. At the center there is a depression in the ground that creates a space for other leisure activities.
  • 23. 23
  • 24. 24 Subject of the project for bachelor degree thesis was the realization of a showroom for the famous fashion brand Prada. This brand has linked his name to the sporting achievements of Luna Rossa sailing team which gave the idea behind the project. The building is in fact composed of two volumes that flank as two hulls during a competition. A third volume sinuously wraps them to recall the idea of the sea waves, the scene of the challenge. SHOWROOM PRADA
  • 25. 25
  • 26. 26 The building is a game of space, shapes and volumes and all elements of the project are closely linked with each other. The circular shape that envelops everything has a ramp and is actually a gallery exhibition of products, but also a path that is linked by walkways to the central volume. The two metal buildings are connected to the ground floor, where there is the showroom for major events but also retail spaces and a reception. Upstairs you will find the video room and dining area with an overlook on the space of events.
  • 27. 27
  • 28. 28 The aim of our architectural and cultural approach is to eliminate the creation of the Ghetto phenomenon by accommodating new inhabitants in the existing urban structure closer to the citizens. When approaching the temporary housing the emphasis is on the creation of the shared spaces and values. The new structures are in direct contact with the existing buildings which diminishes the heat lost from the existing building and creates energy gain for both. These structures are designed in a flexible way so the interior distribution can be adapted in time. The external structural shell remains while its modular interior transforms based on the necessities; for example from a bed & breakfast to a museum, or a parking garage. Taking a step further to a more practical aspects and considering the environment in which we are operating we reflected on the climate and alimentation, in particular light deficiency and limited vegetable food production, that directly influence health and life quality. We propose to create cultural centres that stimulate the interaction between people offering at the same time a knowledge sharing platform that offers different programs from training, courses to playgrounds and working spaces. Here people can discover new cultures and languages, learn from each other sharing values as love, friendship and happiness. This can be a place where everybody can feel free to express themselves and help each other to deal with everyday problems. FROM BORDER TO HOME - Competition TEAM: Alessandro Aceri Dario Vivaldi
  • 29. 29 “The main goal is to involve all the citizens in this process, they need to participate actively and feel part of the new community that is being created.”
  • 30. 30
  • 31. 31 “The new structures are in direct contact with the existing buildings which diminishes the heat lost from the existing building and creates energy gain for both. These structures are designed in a flexible way so the interior distribution can be adapted in time”
  • 32. 32 During my career I had a huge interest on computer graphics and I kept studying new softwares, experimenting new techniques to improve my skills to obtain a better result. Here are some of my latest images starting from the 3d model and ending with the post-production. RENDERINGS
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  • 36. 36 Architectural and urban scale models communicate an object, an architectural project, the historical reconstruction of a building or a portion of the territory, better than any other material, graphic or video. This because they respect the interests of the observers, in fact, he can chooses freely on what particular, from which point of observation and how long he can keep watching a project. They are also a unique way to verify the proportions between the various elements and between the architecture and the surroundings. Those are some of the reasons that grown my interest in this particular area and kept me producing them. SCALE MODELS
  • 37. 37
  • 38. SPLIT PORT 1:1000 Dimension 110 cm x 90 cm Materials: carton plume - polystyrene - white sand project by Antonia Sore 38
  • 39. PROJECT PISA LIBRARY 1:100 Dimension 80 cm x 80 cm x 15 cm Materials: carton plume - polystyrene project by Paolo Panesi 39
  • 40. LOFT - London 1:200 Dimension 120 cm x 100 cm x 135 cm Materials: woodpaper - pvc - green carpet project by Serena Franco 40
  • 41. TURiNtoGREEN 1:200 Dimension 150 cm x 90 cm x 145 cm Materials: carton plume - pvc - white carpet project by Alessandro Aceri 41
  • 42. 42