Chincoli Davide _ Portfolio 2017/20

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DAVIDE CHINCOLI

PORTFOLIO

2017 - 2020


I am an Italian, freshly graduated, architecture professional with a bachelor’s degree and a Master degree

in Architecture Sciences obtained at the Academia di Architecture di Mendrisio (USI), Switzerland.

Through my studies I have come contact with innumerable instances for stimuli referring to the profession

I was cultivating, but I will be honest in saying that nothing like the theme of visualisation has ever

excited me more. It all started with photography, as when I bought my first and only film camera, I’ve

started documenting obsessively all the realities I’ve lived for the past few years. It quickly expanded to the

involvement of a growing amount of people of my university, and eventually we’ve manage to co-found

the first photographic laboratory in USI’s history with an equipped dark room to spread the passion to

everybody. Photography also aided to my academic work as I self-taught myself the ways of some of the

most utilised rendering machines; such as V-Ray, Enscape, Maxwell, TwinMotion and currently passively

learning Cinema 4D (as I cannot afford a license); to better improve the overall visualisation quality of my

designs through the years. I can only describe myself as keen to constantly learning new things and master

new softwares in order to raise the bar when it comes down to Architectural Visualisation, and being

always up-to-date on technological advancement and scientific discoveries. I also own a set of skills in

model and photo model making, broad experience with the most used softwares (AutoCad, Photoshop,

InDesign, Illustrator, Rhinoceros, Grasshopper, BIM (a little) and all the Microsoft Offices) and a dedicated

attitude in respecting strict deadlines as the Academy I’ve attended tends to improve the student’s

MOTIVATIONAL

LETTER

organisational skills expecting high-level work material in the shortest amount of time. I personally have

a keen interest towards the study of what I believe will be key components of the future of architecture

such as typology optimisation, generative design, biomimicry and 3D printing, which played an especially

major role during my professional growth, as it quickly went from being a fun hobby, to an actual source

of income for the cultivation of my other passions. It comes relevant to my job application as with it,

I’ve managed to accumulate enough money to build a strong home-workstation in order to be ready for

smart-working in the eventuality that we will be forced to in the future. I also make a good team-mate and

really enjoy either group or individual work facing the job with positivity and interest.



CURRICULUM VITAE

EDUCATION

PERSONAL

SOFTWARE

ATTITUDES

Sep 2014 – Jun 2020

Sep 2009 – Jul 2014

Jan 2013 – Jul 2013

Università della Svizzera Italiana (USI)

Academy of Architecture

Mendrisio – Switzerland

Bachelor in Architecture Science

Master in Architecture Science

Atelier: Briccola, Guidotti, Mateus, Guedes,

Tropeano, Boesch, Angonese.

Liceo Scientifico di Stato Leonardo

Diploma di Maturità Scientifica

Brescia – Italy

Maths, Physics, Biochemistry, Philosophy,

Italian, English, History, Art,

Computing, PE

Carson Graham Secondary School

IB Diploma Programme Grade 11

Vancouver – Canada BC

English HL, Biology HL, Geography HL,

Math,

Spanish SL, Art SL, CAS, TOK, PE

ORGANIZATIONAL

The way I’ve conducted my lifestyle through

the last years, has challenged me in developing

a keen sense of organization. Reconciling demanding

sports activities, school’s deadlines

and partly social environment has played the

key role on making me successfully face several

situations with relative ease.

PROFESSIONAL

ADI License (Sail instructor helper)

PADI License (Diver)

Driving License B

SPORTS

AutoCad

ArchiCad

Rhino

Photoshop

InDesign

Illustrator

Maxwell

TwinMotion

Revit

Grasshopper

I’ve experienced different construction techniques at

my University’s laboratories, such as carpentry and

concrete modeling. I have broad experience in model

making with almost all the most used materials, such

as wood, cardboard, polystyrene, plastic, concrete, paper

and plaster. I enjoy team work and I play a good group

leader role, being well dedicated, motivated, effective

and highly focused on the job. I also am a very quick

learner considering new softwares and open to learning

more in the near future to better meet your studio’s requirements.

Jul 2012 – Dec 2012

CAREER

Jun 2019 - Aug 2019

Feb 2017 - Aug 2017

Aug 2016 - Jan 2017

Mc. Leans College

International Students Programs

Auckland – New Zealand

Maths, Geography, English, Chemistry,

Hospitality, PE

Chris Briffa Architects Employment

Junior Architect

Malta - 3 months

UNStudio Internship

Model maker intern

Amsterdam - 6 months

Next Architects Internship

Architectural intern

Amsterdam - 6 months

During the last twelve years I’ve been sailing

and skiing as an agonistic athlete reconciling

it with school. In both sports I obtained good

results, particularly when I’ve been chosen, as

helmsman, with my twin brother, to join the

29er Italian National Sailing Team after scoring

important results with two other kinds of sailboats

during past years. I have been skiing in

a ski-team for over six years and been a scout

for four. My involvement in both sailing and

Scouts has also greatly added to my team working

and leadership skills.

INTERESTS

Hand drawing

Computer science

Photography

Electronic Engineering (self taught hobby)

3D Printing (part-time job)

Architectural and Typology optimistion (self-research)

Generative design (self-research)

Biomimicry in reference to sustainability (master’s thesis

reasearch)

LANGUAGE

ITALIAN

(mother tongue)

ENGLISH

C1 IELTS 7 [L 6.0 – R 7.0 – S 7.0 – W 6.5]

SPANISH

B1 intermediate

FRENCH

Learning in progress

Contrada S.Urbano 4/A • 25121 Brescia • Italy • CELL (+39) 334 639 5766 • E-MAIL davide.chincoli@gmail.com

Contrada S.Urbano 4/A • 25121 Brescia • Italy • CELL (+39) 334 639 5766 • E-MAIL davide.chincoli@gmail.com



INDEX

UNIVERSITY

2017-2020

Bachelor III

Scalo Farini

............................................................................. 9

Master I

WuWa re-use

.......................................................................... 15

Master II

The Whale

.......................................................................... 27

M.A.C.

.......................................................................... 35

CAREER

2016-2019

Competitions

Kaira Looro

.......................................................................... 53

PLDC

.......................................................................... 61

Internships

Next Architects

.......................................................................... 67

UNStudio

.......................................................................... 81

Chris Briffa Architects

.......................................................................... 97

MEDIA

PhotoBook

Photos .......................................................................... 107



BACHELOR III - sem. I

ATELIER GIACOMO GUIDOTTI

INHABITING COMPLEXITY: SCALO FARINI

Traditional production sites, with their distribution and storage infrastructures, are leaving

the cities, freeing significant areas for redevelopment. Though their closeness to

noisy communication arteries makes such places seem low value and unsuitable for housing,

the cities are reclaiming these areas, central and well-served, largely for new housing.

The theme of the semester is to research urban morphologies and housing typologies

to make occupation of these sites effective and credible. The project area that forms the

backdrop to our investigation is the Scalo Farini (freight station) near Milan’s Monumental

Cemetery.

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The apartments’s system revolves around

a central core. The core gives vertical connection

allowing each four units to share

a roomy landing inside a highly densified

structure. The L shaped format permits to

let copius amounts of light come inside the

apartment’s living spaces exploiting the double

heights and solve the joints.

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FLOOR’S ANALYSIS

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12 SYMBOLIC SECTION

RENDERED FACADE

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MASTER I - sem. I

ATELIER RUGGERO TROPEANO

REUSE THE UNUSED: WUWA

The design studio was related to the lecture course on Conservation, reuse and practice

of restoration, extending its themes with projects that address the issues of insertion in

the territory, the built-up area, the building and dealing with intervention in individual

spaces or environments recognized after careful analysis as worthy of conservation. Particular

attention has been devoted to works and infrastructures built with public, institutional

or private involvement, which for various reasons have lost part or all of their

function, spatiality and original material qualities. In this particular case, one of the abandoned

building of the WuWa; a 1929 building exibition held in Wraclaw by the Salesian

comittee of the Deutsche Werkbund; has been chosen as the subject for a restoration

process which saw the building conserved in its entirety, with the addition of 5 new

floors laid on the existent steel structure in order to create a mixed-use building: student

housing, residential apartments and office spaces.

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South Facade

South Section

West Facade

West Section

Masterplan WuWa

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18 SOUTH ROOF FACADE VIEW

SOUTH SECTION

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20 MODEL

BUILDING’S ISOMETRY

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RENDER TOP FLOOR BAR



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RENDER WEST FACADE

WOODLAND VIEW

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Photo By Alberto Canepa



MASTER II - sem. I

ATELIER MARTIN BOESCH

LA GIUDECCA: THE WHALE

Working on existing buildings has always been a significant part of the wide field of architecture. Within

the scope of the curriculum of architecture, the issue entails the approach to be adopted towards

the subject as such. Students were needed to become aware of its existence and the possibilities and

potential it offers. I believe that every building is part of our built heritage, and if the term “reuse”

is applied to this course, I would like it to be understood less as an instruction imparted a priori and

more as a part of the study of ways of dealing with an existing building: an approach which does

not even exclude demolition and replacement as the ultima ratio. The starting point for this project

has been an abandoned complex of buildings located on the Giudecca island, in the Venician lagoon,

composed by an ex-barrack in a state of disused decadency and a convent, which has recently been

turned into an evening-school for young professionals. The idea was to maintain all the existent edifices

and insert an additional complex of structures in-between the two. “The Whale” would be a simple

and light-weight seris of interventions aimed to create new communal spaces such as auditoriums,

gyms and public restoration activities.

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28 RED-YELLOW PLAN VIEW

THE WHALE’S COMPOSITION ISOMETRY

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EST SECTION

EST FACADE

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EXTERNAL RENDER



MASTER II - sem. II

DIPLOMA 2020 - ATELIER WALTER ANGOESE

intergration

M.A.C.

multinational athelic centre in ponte-chiasso

“Naturam expellas furca, tamen usque recurret”. (Oratio)

The Multinational Athletics Centre is conceived as a functional answer to promote the thematic goal of urban stitching, where the

railway tracks represent the city’s wound to be knitted, and nature the fundamental resource to be re-connected to the rest of the city,

a locus that is progressively forgetting the healing touch of a well-conceived green space. The project is consequently divided between

infrastructural interventions, such as the bridge that covers the terminal part of the railway before the gallery; construction of new

buildings, such as the new guest-house for foreign athletes or in need for accommodation during competitions; and the re-use of

disused structures, such as the Albarelli derelict, which is transformed into a place for scheduling events, gyms, swimming pools and

accessories to the guest house. Ideally, the re-development of the identified project areas aims to encourage the use of an abandoned

location through incentivising the sport practice, and spe- cifically, all the branches connected to Athletics, inserted in a suggestive

context of nature, freely provided by the enchanting mountainsides of the Monte Sasso, localised in the larger area of the Parco Regionale

Spina Verde, extending from Como to Chiasso. This targeted interventions are specifically proposed following the underlined

common-goal of achieving an operative complex in the most sustainable way possible, by respecting 3 important target objectives:

MATERIALS, PHONIC COMFORT and PHYSICAL COMFORT.

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Masterplan proposal

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Masterplan yellow-red



Masterplan completed Masterplan main entrance Masterplan running field Masterplan Albarelli

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Albarelli Ground floor

40 GROUND FLOOR AND SECTIONS

RED-YELLOW ISOMETRY

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ALBARELLI’S PERSPECTIVE

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ALBARELLI’S COURT

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PARK’S STADIUM & RESTAURANT

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LECHLER PARK

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COMPETITIONS

AMSTERDAM 2016-2017

Through course of the year spent abroad, working to complete my two 6-months long

internships in Amsterdam, I had the opportunity to compete in several architectural and

design contests. With the help and support of a few collegues, we had the chance to challenge

ourselfs with trimestrial independent public contests that touched base on a broad

variety of topics and themes. Herebye I’ll show a small selection of them.

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SACRED ARCHITECTURE

KAIRA LOORO

INTERNATIONAL ARCHITECTURE COMPETITION

Introspection, spirituality and divinity. These are the elements around which the sacred architecture revolves. The light and the lightness

of the materials join sacred and profane, creating an architecture that, through spaces and forms, try to invite the humans to an

interior research.

What’s true in every religion? where different belivings find their place to reconnect? How to create a meeting point of different

coulture, where both muslims and religion minorities living in the area could find their meditation ground?

There is only one thing true in every monotheistic and polytheistic religions: GOD IS INFITE. What we were looking for was a

multicultural bridge, a place of solidarity and understanding, where different needs were satisfyied. The spiral that define this space,

with its cool ambient, water disposability, covered and repared, is ment to be a shelter and a symbol of connection for the country.

The concept was to design a space that could recreate the sense of loss on the walking lane and a sense of security and consciousness

in the main room. The spiral is also designed to be builded by the habitants with very easy steps to create a sense of property which

is still very rare in the african countries. The materials used for the construction, palm wood and weath, are common in the area,

contributing to the feeling of familiarity and visive integration that this new element will constitute in the city.

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embrace.

The shape of the building is derived from the idea of

embracement; the embracement of cultures, religions

and people in a common space for meditation.

The building is designed to provide a spiritual journey

on different layers. Firstly, the path of entry and exit

spirals which disorients the user of the building.

Secondly, the corridor gradually becomes darker

and leads to a bright central space, where one feels

isolated from the outside world.

Thirdly, the corridor decreases in height from start to

center. One feels emerged in the coolness of the earth.

form

cave

The shape of the building is derived from the idea of

embracement; the embracement of cultures, religions

and people in a common space for meditation.

The building is designed to provide a spiritual journey

on different layers. Firstly, the path of entry and exit

spirals which disorients the user of the building.

Secondly, the corridor gradually becomes darker

and leads to a bright central space, where one feels

isolated from the outside world.

Thirdly, the corridor decreases in height from start to

center. One feels emerged in the coolness of the earth.

cave

Different religions have different ways of praying.

The design of the building wants to provide a space for

meditation open to different religions. To achieve this

we designed a continuous bench which raises from the

ground to embrace different praying positions.

While praying, one can see the reflection of the open

ceiling in the water.

This creates the illusion of a continuous vertical space,

which opens to the sky on both the top and bottom.

Different religions have different ways of praying.

The design of the building wants to provide a space for

meditation open to different religions. To achieve this

we designed a continuous bench which raises from the

ground to embrace different praying positions.

While praying, one can see the reflection of the open

ceiling in the water.

This creates the illusion of a continuous vertical space,

which opens to the sky on both the top and bottom.

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ground to embrace different praying positions.

56 RENDERED BOTTOM FROM

RENDERED TOP FROM BELOW

57

ABOVE



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But even though we have brought light in our

darkest nights, after 400.000 years we still feel

unsafe in the dark.

THE COCOON

2017 PLCD LIGHTING DESIGN COMPETITION

rank - top 5 finilist

Since the dawn of mankind we have created light for our safety. In the beginning, with fire. Later, cities emerged. With the integration

of street lanterns we try making our nightly public space more similar to day. But even though we have brought light in our darkest

nights, after 400.000 years we still feel unsafe in the dark. It seems that increasing the amount of light in public spaces does not increase

our feeling of safety.

We want to bring the feeling of safety to the night by bringing in the actual daytime, instead of just making more light. Our world

makes this possible; through internet we can connect different time zones, which lie in different times of the day and in different

seasons. By visually connecting these two worlds we could connect a lively market in China with a night-time alley in Argentina. We

connect different parts of the world with a device called ‘the cocoon‘. It can project as well as capture moving images. The camera

captures an image of a lively street during daylight, and sends this to the projector of a night-time city at the other side of the world.

By mounting the cocoon on an existing street lantern, a lot of time and effort is saved; the projector and the camera can easiliy be

connected to the internet and electricity grid in the street lantern. With this device we can literally project the safe feeling of a daytime

street in a nighttime city, making it feel more safe. At the same time, a cross-cultural connection is established.

The light has become the medium of transferring a safe feeling from one part of the world to the other.

It seems that increasing the amount of light in

public spaces does not increase our feeling of

safety.

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urroundings and the existing lantern.

The camera captures an image of a lively

treet during daylight, and sends this to the

rojector

the

of

cocoon

a night-time city at the other

ide of the world. The projector projects

his

To

daytime

project

streetlife

and capture

on a

the

nearby

light,

surface

a cocoonshaped

uring the

object

night.

is

A

mounted

connection

on

is

an

made

existing

etween

street

opposite

lantern.

worlds.

The neutral yet organic

shape makes the cocoon blend in with its

surroundings and the existing lantern.

The camera captures an image of a lively

street during daylight, and sends this to the

projector of a night-time city at the other

side of the world. The projector projects

this daytime streetlife on a nearby surface

during the night. A connection is made

between opposite worlds.

aluminum case cap

capturing streetlife

in daylight

capturing streetlife

in daylight

sending to opposite

side of the earth

sending to opposite

side of the earth

projecting streetlife in

nighttime city

projecting streetlife in

nighttime city

To project and capture the light, a cocoonshaped object is mounted on an exi-

projector (nighttime use)

sting street lantern. The neutral yet organic

shape makes the cocoon blend in with its surroundings and the existing lantern.

glass protection

aluminum case cap

projector (nighttime use)

existing street lantern

By mounting the cocoon on an

existing street lantern, a lot

of time and effort is saved;

the projector and the camera

can easiliy be connected to

the internet and electricity

grid in the street lantern.

The camera captures an image of a lively street during daylight, and sends this

to the projector of a night-time city at the other side of the world. The projector

projects this daytime streetlife on a nearby surface during the night. A connection

is made between opposite worlds.

glass protection

existing street lantern

By mounting the cocoon on an

existing street lantern, a lot

of time and effort is saved;

the projector and the camera

can easiliy be connected to

the internet and electricity

grid in the street lantern.

We connect different parts of the world with a device called ‘the cocoon‘. It can

project as well as capture moving images. The camera captures an image of a

lively street during daylight, and sends this to the projector of a night-time city

at the other side of the world.

the cocoon

aluminum case

electronics socket

camera (daytime use)

power supply

internet connection

To project and capture the light, a cocoonshaped

object is mounted on an existing

street lantern. The neutral yet organic

shape makes the cocoon blend in with its

surroundings and the existing lantern.

The camera captures an image of a lively

street during daylight, and sends this to the

projector of a night-time city at the other

side of the world. The projector projects

this daytime streetlife on a nearby surface

during the night. A connection is made

between opposite worlds.

capturing streetlife

in daylight

sending to opposite

side of the earth

projecting streetlife in

nighttime city

aluminum case

electronics socket

camera (daytime use)

aluminum case cap

power supply

projector (nighttime use)

internet connection

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the living fresco

The result of the design is a living fresco. A

representation of the connection between

east and west, day and night.

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INTERNSHIP at Next Architects

Paul van Vlissingenstraat 2-A, 1096 BK Amsterdam

22.08.16 - 30.01.17

Next Architects has been my first studio in which I’ve ever done an intership. It was a fairly small one counting 30 epmplyees, but

yet, plenty of of work to choose from. As an architectural intern, I had the opportunity to work over 15 different projects and

competitions along with many of the architects that worked there. It has been a great and resourceufull experience, counting the

field trips and and the quality of the projects I’ve worked on. Among my tasks, I had to make renders, photoshop, models, booklets

and 3D design.

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GROTE BICKERSSTRAAT

The projects represents a competition for the refurbishment of an office

building in Amsterdam central. The main goal was to maintain a good see-through

transparency, while vertical element would create a play of lights and movements.

I’ve worked on the facade concept, the roof design and the next coming renders.

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70 PHOTOSHOPPED PLAN VIEW

RENDERED INTERIOR VIEW

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CHANGSHA

The Lucky Knot

The bridge is a key project in developing the area’s public space, and was designed with

recreational, ecological and tourist activities in mind. The bridge connects multiple levels

at different heights (the river banks, the road, the higher-placed park as well as the interconnections

between them). The final shape of the bridge is the result of -literally and

metaphorically- knotting all these routes together. I had the chance to work on the renders

and the 2D drawings of the bridge. Those drawings were then plubicized in “Mark”,

a fairly famous ductch Architectural megazine.

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76 DRAWINGS PUBLISHED IN MARK

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MEGAZINE



78 DRAWINGS PUBLISHED IN MARK

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MEGAZINE



INTERNSHIP at UNStudio

Stadhouderskade 113, 1073 AX Amsterdam

01.02.17 - 31.08.17

The six months spent at this company have been eyes-opening. Being a model maker, turned out to be a completly different, and

yet surpisingly good, experience. Inside an office as big as this one, counting 140 emplyees, architetcural interns would not have the

chance to work through more than one to two projects per semester, while I had the rare opportunity to study more than 15 different

different projects, and to know many international teams, with architects coming from all over the world.

I found myself grown both intellectually and profesionally, having also gained useful model making knowledge and practical skills.

Of the 7 projects in which I’ve personally taken active part, hereby I will show you the 3 most demanding models I have worked on.

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INCHEON AIRPORT

Renovation of the existing south korean airport in Incheon. The design

process sees four different pavillions that differiantiate the four corners

of the main hall into: children, technology, food and nature. The structure

is made out of perspex and then spray painted; the pavillions and the

mjority of the organic shapes were outsourced to

a 3D printing company.

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OOSTERDOKSEILAND

Booking.com Headquarters

This is the going-to-be-built project of the Booking.com new headquartes in Amsterdam.

The model was commisioned by the client and assigne to me had it built in two months.

It is almost 100% plastic and perspex, either laser-cut, hand-cut, 3D printed and painted. In

some rare occasion I use wood to clad the terraces.

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SCHIPHOL TERMINAL A

office competition

Schiphol terminal A was the model used to participate in the homonym competition to

remake the A terminal of the airport. UNStudio ran againts MVRDV, OMA, and other

important studios, ranking third. It was the only model that required me having subordinated

freelancers that helped me making the job easier and quicker, due to the little time.

The model involves almost every single contructive technique known to model makers.

It has a wooden base turned into a light box and cladded with gray plastic, the building

is mainly made out of laser-cut perspex and te painted accordingly, some organic shapes

were 3D printed in house on a BJ (binder jetting) printer, cars and trucks were purchased.

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INTERNSHIP at Chris Briffa Architects

146 St. Paul Street, Valletta VLT1218. MALTA

01.06.19 - 31.08.19

Among all the work experiences that I’ve conducted through the past 4 years, the 3 months spent at Chris Briffa’s studio have definetely

turned out to be the most outstanding period of professional growth as an architect. Its small composition, counting just 4

ypung architects, created a stumulating setting that put me in the rare position to have, for the first time, actual executive power of

choice when it came down to some of the project decisions. Of the 6 projects that I’ve followed during this short time, counting 2

two hotel designs, 2 competitions, a small buisness shop and the proposals for the back scenes of the theatrical play “caligula” (which

is going to be aired starting from september in Malta), I can proudly state that my contribution to the team and to the projects designs

have been significant for the two hotel mentioned, as well as the shop and the theatre’s proposals.

Unfortunately I am not allowed to divulge informations on 5 of the 6 listed as they are still under designing.

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Delimara is an abandoned ex-motel constructed around the 50’s on top of a steep reef, overwatching

a suggestive marine landscape, in which the building is completely surrounded (it can be

seen in the image below on the left). The competition was conceived by a private party willing

DELIMARA

Hotel and village

to give back to the decadent skeleton its glorious beauty, sadly lost through the course of time.

My personal contribution have been to, with the supervision of the studio’s head architect, to

create a proposal to the refurbishment of the building, as well as its transformation to give it a

more modern cut. Along with it, the client wished us to create also a concept for a penthouse on

the rood of the existing, a new parking lot in front of the hotel and a series of small habitable

units to be scattered around the hill on its right to expand the guest’s capacity of the complex.

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100 NEW PARKING LOT

ROOF TOP AND PENT-HOUSE PLAN VIEW

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102 RECEPTION PLAN VIEW

BEACH BAR PLAN VIEW

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104 ISOMETRY CONCEPT OF THE VILLAGE

RENDERED INTERNAL VIEW OF THE UNIT

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UNITS



PhotoBook

NIKON FE 1978

As an extra feature to my portfolio I would like to present a few selected photos from my

analog photos ablum. Every photo has been captured on either color or black and white

film on a 1980’s Canon and then hand developed in order to create a controlled process

from which I was able to manipulate the picture outcome. Here are a few selected shots.

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108 PIAZZA DELLA VITTORIA - BRESCIA

RESIDENTIAL COMPLEX - FES

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Mother and son - Tinghir

110 MOTHER AND SON - TINGHIR

FATHER AND DAUGHTER - OUARZAZATE

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112 PAST & PRESENT - VOLUBILIS

ALVARO SIZA POOL - PORTO

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CONFIDENTIALITY DISCLAIMER

Inside this portfolio I treat confidential data that will not, in any way, be publicyced and/or

shared with uninvolved people on the metter. The projects that are shown along the booklet

must remain on paper and will not be taken photos of unless otherwise allowed. With taking

custody of this material, you agree to treat it with disctretion and privacy.

Thank you very much.

Contrada S.Urbano 4/A • 25121 Brescia • Italy

CELL - (+39) 334 639 5766

E-MAIL - davide.chincoli@gmail.com

DOB - 16th of August 1995

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