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Lidia Pasini, architect.

I was born in Forlì, Italy, on 13 July 1988. After graduating at the Liceo Scientifico (science high school), I attended the school of Architecture at the University of Ferrara. Thanks to an exchange programme, offered by my University, I had the chance of attending the first semester of the fourth year of University at the British Columbia Institute of Technology in Vancouver, Canada. During the years of University, while I was basically focusing on my education, I had the occasion to develop a particular interest in the field of photography and graphic design. I graduated on March 2013 (final grade: 110/110 cum laude). My thesis project “POSTPRODUCTION. Creative reuse of Spazio Grisù in Ferrara” suggests a strategic model of regenerating a disused building with limited budget. Immediately after the graduation I have founded (OURlab) with a group of young designers. OUR Lab, which is specialised in urban regeneration actions, is one of the nineteen cultural and creative business settled in Spazio Grisù, a former fire station turned into a creative factory.. This project represent a dynamic entity in the society of the city and a virtuous model of buildings reuse.

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  • LIDIA PASINI selected works 2007 - 2014 P O R T F O L I OP O R T F O L I O
  • About me I was born in Forlì, Italy, on 13 July 1988. After graduating at the Liceo Scientifico (science high school), I attended the school of Architecture at the University of Ferrara. Thanks to an exchange programme, offered by my University, I had the chance of attending the first semester of the fourth year of University at the British Columbia Institute of Technology in Vancouver, Canada. During the years of University, while I was basically focusing on my education, I had the occasion to develop a particular interest in the field of photography and graphic design. I graduated on March 2013 (final grade: 110/110 cum laude). My thesis project “POSTPRODUCTION. Creative reuse of Spazio Grisù in Ferrara” suggests a strategic model of regenerating a disused building with limited budget. Immediately after the graduation I have founded (OURlab) with a group of young designers. OUR Lab, which is specialized in urban regeneration actions, is one of the nineteen cultural and creative business settled in Spazio Grisù, a former fire station turned into a creative factory.. This project represent a dynamic entity in the society of the city and a virtuous model of buildings reuse.
  • POSTPRODUCTION Graduation project #1 Lidia PAsini Curriculum Vitae #4 #2 DOUBLE Interior design #5 Inhabited Boundary Academic project #3 (OURLab) GOODIES Graphic design & co
  • Education and training Competitions and other experiences Work experiences Lidia Pasini lidiapasini@gmail.com via maceri 31 47121 Forlì (FC) Italy +39 340 7736815 objective: seeking a position as an architectural designer Professional qualification Eligible for admission to the Register for Architects Università degli Studi di Ferrara, Italy Master of Architecture, 110/110 Cum Laude Reshaping Reconnecting Rioveggio - Rioveggio, Italy Design Workshop British Columbia Institute of Technology Program Exchange Student Liceo Scienfico Statale di Forli, Italy Scientific high school diploma Studio Lucchi&Biserni - Forli, Italy | Intern Architect Other Urban Resources Lab - www.ourlab.it | co-founder Consorzio Si Onlus - Ferrara, Italy | Interior Designer Nine resources for Detroit | Curatorship and set-up of the exhibi- tion hosted by Universita degli Studi di Ferrara for the Internazio- nale Festival in Ferrara - with (OURLab) Creative Reuse Experiences Lecture at the International Workshop “The Space Inside”, Faventia sales Faenza, Italy February 2014 2007-2013 2012 2010 2007 October 2013 October 2013 December 2013 - January 2014 2013 April - August 2013
  • Other skills Ability to work in team, both as leader and as a member; good autonomy in working alone. Ability to work in multicultural context. Ability to work in stressful situation and under a high workload. Accustomed to work for a long time in emergency situation. Interest and ability to lead activities. Graphic Desigh | Amateur photography | Travelling Skills + + + AutoCad 2013, Photoshop CS6, Illustrator CS6, Indesign CS6 + + SketchUp Pro 8 + Allplan, Cinema 4D, Flash Adobe [ level of knowledge + basic + + good + + + high ] Languages Native language Good Basic Italian English French SeniorCityCortinaD’Ampezzo:30alloggiperanzianiautosufficienti | competition Participation with Gabriele Lelli (Lelli&associati architettura), Federico Orsini, Marco Negri, Ilaria Fabbri. Creative (DIS)Placement: analisi e mappatura della dismissione creativa in Europa Lecture and presentation of graduation project “POSTPRODUZIONE: dismissione creativa dello Spazio Grisù a Ferrara” at the International Master “Eco-Polis”, Dipartimento di Economia e Management, Università degli Studi di Ferrara, Italy www.masterecopolis.it OverView Architectural Club Student Association CAM Centro Accoglienza Matricole | president Student Association Volunteering After-school Tutoring July 2013 April 2013 2007-2013 2008-2010 2007-2013
  • Postproduction Creative reuse of a former fire station in Ferrara graduation project 2013 mentors: gabriele lelli / gianfranco franz with Martina Fuligni FAF Ferrara - IT
  • The intention of our proposal for the reactivation of the former fire station was to transform into concrete objects that strategic cultural model, obtained from the mapping and analysis of several case studies. The period of reactivation and the cost of the project became binding in the definition of the intervention strategy. In regards to costs we assumed a budget close to zero, a condition in which the promoters of Spazio Grisù really were. Furthermore, our proposal took into account the “TIME” factor, which together with the economic efficiency drove design choices towards an informal architecture. We developed a map which includes all the CCI in Italy and the major cultural activities in Europe. They are spread all over Europe especially in the biggest cities – London, Berlin, Paris, Barcelona – and the number of CCI in Europe has grown up more and more in the last years. Adaptive reuse became a process more and more common and the creative activities proved to be particularly successful both for social and economical reasons. We identified two major processes used to transform these buildings. The first is a bottom-up process, so the local community asked to protect a particular building. The second process is a legalized squat; some people actually first occupied a building, then the local authorities legalized their permanence and in the end, after some time, the building is finally suitable for the new purposes. The key point of these processes is that they are low-cost strategy that require a light intervention. the printed book a selection of pages
  • The project is based on two principles, the concept of post-production and the architecture of the addition. *postproduction: is a technical term of the audiovisual language. The manipulated materials are no longer primary, but are objects already in circulation, that is to say, objects already informed by other objects. Starting from the concepts we have identified design guidelines, which have led to identify three possible types of intervention we have called LOFT, BOX and HOUSE. All three forms of intervention are bound to the existing space: the actual state of each room already contained the vocation to one of the three types. LOFT BOXHOUSE area produzione area amministrazione area esposizione area commerciale informazioni foresteria area rappresentanza area incubatore
  • The first step was to identify the vocation (loft, garage, house) of each room and the grade of intervention it was needed. Then we selected the type of space for every function of the settlement program. For example, the production laboratories require a space like the Loft one, while offices require a more intimate space, such as the House. In this way to define the spatial layout we just needed to cross the current vocational state of each room with the needs of the functional program. The new use adaptation to the actual state of the building permit to simplify the architectural intervention. We followed these 5 simple rules to make an informal design. 1. SAVING low budget + self-financing 2. UNTREATED WOOD poor material + low cost + flexible 3. DRY CONSTRUCTIONS ease and fast assembly 4. HOME MADE volunteer labor and self-construction 5. AVAILABLE FURNITURE REUSE
  • Other Urban Resources Lab is a team of young architects and researchers, lead by Arch. Prof. Gabriele Lelli, specialised in urban regeneration’s action and creative reuse. OUR Lab is one of the nineteen cultural and creative business settled in Spazio Grisù, a former fire station turned into a creative factory. www.lellieassociati.it www.ourlab.it www.spaziogrisu.org Other Urban Resources Lab LOGO + IDENTITY ( O U R Lab ) Other Urban Resouces Lab CO-FOUNDER + Graphic designer 2012-2013 Spazio Grisù Ferrara - IT www.ourlab.it
  • NINE RESOURCES FOR DETROIT EXHIBIT Design researches, analysis, models and simulations on the possible resources for the city in decline, based on the Detroit phenomena and developed in nine thesis. Curators Gabriele Lelli dipartimento architettura ferrara, Alberto Francini Metrogramma, Amy Green Deines University di Detroit Mercy, Pierluigi Sacco IULM, Guido Ferilli IULM and Richard Ingersoll Syracuse University. Promoted by OURLab-Other Urban Resources Lab october 2013 @ palazzo tassoni estense dipartimento architettura ferrara via ghiara 36 ferrara IT nine resorces for Detroit exhibit FLYERS
  • nine resorces for Detroit exhibit SET UP [with OUR Lab]
  • Inhabited Boundary Hotel in Rome academic project 2011 teacher: gabriele lelli with Martina Fuligni and M. Chiara Fornari TRADE FAIR DISTRICT Rome - IT
  • 1. urban scale interventions an inhabited fence around the trade fair’s pavillions
  • 2. architectural scale intervention a hotel
  • 3. room typologies structural module variations A A B B
  • Type B
  • Double dynamic furniture interior design 2013-in progress client: Consorzio Si Onlus, Ferrara Rimini / Ferrara - IT
  • The client, Consorzio Sì, is a social enterprise that brings together several no profit organizations operating in the territory of Ferrara. The client’s need, constrained in a limited budget, were to restore the Cedis headquarter settled in the centre of Ferrara (which is also the place where Cedis association meets unemployed people), and to design and built a trade show exhibition at the fair of Rimini (Fiera di Rimini). The main aim of the project is to think to the design of the permanent and of the temporary spaces in a coordinated way, and to find a flexible solution in order to achieve the maximum output with minimum effort. The house shaped wooden furniture is the core of the project thanks to its modularity, its inexpensiveness and easiness to assemble.
  • 4 3 2 1
  • cedis head quarter the core of hospitality trade show exhibition a place for everything and everything in its place