Future Car Parking Scenarios for Contemporary Milano (MArch Thesis, 2021)
Master of "Architectural & Urban Design" at Politecnico di Milano (2018-2020)
1.Mantova Food Tourism Belt (Final Project 2019-20)
2.Synagogue Facility at Frankfurt, Germany (Fall 2019-20)
3.Documentation Center for the History of Fascism (Spring 2018-19)
4.School at Shirakawa-Cho, Japan (Fall 2018-19)
Bachelor of "Architecture" at Istanbul Bilgi University (2013-2017)
1.Dwelling into Threshold (Final Project 2017)
2.Utopia/Dystopia (Spring 2017)
3.Urban Fabric (Spring 2016)
4.Tensegrity (Spring 2013)
1st semester - Didactic Studio - Fall 2018-19 -A new learning place for Shirakawa-Cho, Gifu Prefecture, Japan
-Professors: prof. Luca Maria Francesco Fabris, Prof. Rajendra Singh Adhikari
-Group Members: Mario Fondeur, Alexander Guzman, Enzo Nercolini
The request is to provide an education facility in the heart of Shirakawa-Cho, a village that has struggled in the past years with fleeing youth that seeks a future in the nearby big cities while conceiving a potential future of positive change for the community.
Conditions: A significant amount of the village’s houses is currently abandoned and in a state of decay. Housing demand is not enough to solve the growing blight. Students attending future school will need accommodation.
Our proposal was defined as strengthening existing relationships between the houses and the network of streets, pathways, and roads. The river's presence also plays a major role in the site choice, as we believe that the village could benefit from a more close connection to the waterscape.
We propose the connection of both sides of the village through a bridge and the banks' landscaping to allow for leisure activities to develop on the edges. Our imagination points us towards Kyoto’s Kamo River and its buzzing urban life.