Licensed architect, specialized in landscape design; I am currently working on urban spaces projects and public works, along with the working group of which I am one of the co-founder, and I am training in the interior design field.
I am passionate about graphics and visual communication, and I am very interested in life-long learning and professional development in the complex field of architecture, especially concerning management and organizational issues.
What I do:
✔️ Public spaces design
✔️ Landscape architecture
✔️ Draftings and layouts for competition boards
✔️ Content design for public tenders
Erasmus Placement grant funded by the European Commission.
Position : Junior architect assistant
Duties : 3Dmodeling, rendering, graphic representation, website documentation
Softwares : AutoCAD, Archicad, Artlantis
MMLU - Master Mediterranean Landscape Urbanism
Università degli Studi di Sassari - DADU Department + ENSP Marseille - Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Paysage
II Level Post-graduate degree , MMLU - Master Mediterranean Landscape Urbanism: Landscape Architecture for Mediterranean Territories
1500 hours post-graduate course in Landscape design for the Mediterranean territories.
Thesis: "Argentiera - a landscape project between past and future"
Supervisor: Landscape Architect Henri Bava
Landscape recovery of an abandoned mining environment and its environmental and functional redevelopment.
Five-year degree course in Architecture.
Landscape architecture thesis: "B.I.O.- A new model of energetic landscape"
Partner: Sara Pettinau
Supervisors: Landscape Arch. Stefan Tischer | Arch. Erika Bonacucina | Landscape Arch. Thomas Hauck
The project starts with the analysis of the energetic system of Sardinia, so as to highlight negative aspects of non renewable energy and to make that system more eco-friendly; the main purpose is to reclamate the land of one of the electrical factories located in the island, in order to give it new functions and also new spatial and environmental quality, and to make it a prime example for the recovery of all obsolete industrial sites and their ecological rebirth.
The result is a new model of landscape which is able to combine energy production with respect for nature.