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Viviana Magnarin
Associate

Viviana studied architecture at the University of Venice and University of Trieste. She was a key member of the delivery team for Queensland Terrace, 375 homes built as part of the Arsenal masterplan to deliver regeneration to the area. She has operated within a BIM environment on The Curve library and cultural centre in Slough and on the Wembley Park Gate residential scheme, as well as the detail design of Oaklands, the first major development to be approved by the Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation at Old Oak Common. Viviana takes an active role in the practice’s BIM feedback procedures for review and improvement. She is interested in modern methods of construction and the design and delivery of high-density residential schemes using volumetric modular construction.

Viviana leads the practice’s participation in the annual FLUID and RIBA Student Mentoring programmes, which aim to provide opportunities for architectural students to meet with practitioners committed to the future of the profession, and to discuss the role and work of architects today.

Viviana Magnarin
Associate

 

Viviana studied architecture at the University of Venice and University of Trieste. She was a key member of the delivery team for Queensland Terrace, 375 homes built as part of the Arsenal masterplan to deliver regeneration to the area. She has operated within a BIM environment on The Curve library and cultural centre in Slough and on the Wembley Park Gate residential scheme, as well as the detail design of Oaklands, the first major development to be approved by the Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation at Old Oak Common. Viviana takes an active role in the practice’s BIM feedback procedures for review and improvement. She is interested in modern methods of construction and the design and delivery of high-density residential schemes using volumetric modular construction.

Viviana leads the practice’s participation in the annual FLUID and RIBA Student Mentoring programmes, which aim to provide opportunities for architectural students to meet with practitioners committed to the future of the profession, and to discuss the role and work of architects today.

 

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