Andrea Notarstefano

Andrea Notarstefano

Lucca, IT



I have a degree in Architecture from Florence were we had a heavy focus on Autocad for a variety of disciplines (from structural analysis to land survey).

While I find rewarding to plan a building my professional interests also include 3D rendering and general digital graphics, so I've decided to specialize
in Building Survey and Arch. Visualization. I can easily implement my passion for 3D in the final product, be it a digital reconstruction or a photo
editing, Autocad works well as a base for 3D models. Conversely I can use what I know for proper 3D rendering and interior compositions, implementing
different software for reaching my desired result.

If needed I've also worked on how reconstructing a model trough photos via geometrical analysis and photogrammetry.

After University I had a mostly jobs involving survey but also positions were I was asked to make use of my proficiency in 3D Max and creativity. Also I'm now learning how to program for Unity 5 and VR seeing how it is getting more and more implemented in different professional fields.

I would still like to refine my skills and grow as a proper architect. It is still one of the best professions around in my opinion.



Pr. F. Fantini, Bologna, Architectural survey of an hospital in Potenza

Done in Potenza, Italy. Survey via laser scanning and vpoint cloud reconstruction

Sep 2016 - Oct 2016

Pr. C. Crescenzi, Firenze, Digital reconstruction of rock-cut churches

Digital reconstruction of churches in the Goreme Valley of Cappadocia, Turkey. Cyclon point clouds and
photogrammetry via Photoscan for reproducing the fine details of the frescos.

May 2014 - Oct 2015

Pr. J. L. Verdu, València, Survey of a church facade

Architectural survey of a church facade (Cyclonpoint clouds, drawings in Autocad)

Jul 2013 - Aug 2013


AM4 3D Modeling Academy, Lecco, IT, 3d Studio Max

Jan 2016 - Mar 2016

University of Architecture of Florenze, Italy, Florence, IT, Masters, Architecture

Sep 2007 - May 2014

Areas of Specialization