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Johanna Cevallos a.johanna.cevallos@gmail.com

EDUCATION

Master in Collective Housing 2013 ETSAM Escuela Tecnica Superior de Arquitectura Universidad Politecnica de Madrid Madrid - Spain Master in Interior Design 2012 Florence Design Academy Florence - Italy M. Arch 2004- 2009 Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Ecuador Quito - Ecuador High School Maristas High School

COMPUTER SKILLS Efficient in working with AutoCAD 2D- 3D, Revit, Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, 3D Max, Rhino Microsoft Office ADDITIONAL TRAINING English practice Callan School London, UK

Italian course (4th level) Centro Internazionale la Pira Florence, Italy

HONORS AND AWARDS

Mention for Stand Desing Fabian Espinosa Arquitectos Housing fair Quito 2011 by Johanna Cevallos Mention for 2nd year academic project Catolic University | Fall 2005 Mention for 3rd year academic project Catolic University | Spring 2005

LANGUAGES Spanish (native language), English (advance), Italian (40%) WORK EXPERIENCE

job duties

June 2009-December 2011 Fabian Espinosa ARQUITECTOS Junior Architect • Preparation of architectural plans, elevations, sections, and detail sheets. • In charge of publications and advertising • Design & planning. • Familiar with building code and zoning. • Site visits, meetings and reports. • Remodeling and site visits to dwellings • Drafting & detailing. • Used CAD in the designing process and showed skills to bring our new design Housing Project “Sierra” Job Duties: Drafting, Publications, advertisement, site visits. Housing Project “Torres Gandia” Job Duties: Design, Drafting, Detaling, Advertising Housing Project “Casa Cumbaya” Job Duties: Design, Drafting, Detaling, Advertising, clients metings

dimensions and ideas. • Meet with engineers and senior workers to evaluate the resources requirements. • Assisted in preparation of layouts and prelim sketches of the construction. • Worked with clients in bringing out their requirements into implementable home designs • Create presentation materials using a variety of tools including animations and photo montage • Experience as expositor in Real State fairs. • In charge of publications and advertising

08/2011

Exponent & sales - Real State Fair - EKP Constructora

06/2010 – 12/2010

Project Coordinator - Fabian Espinosa ARCHITECTS

12/2008 – 02/2009

Junior Architect - Arq. Hugo Sandoval

Projects expositor and exhibition design

Rehabilitation Project: Interior design of Library, Administration Office and Recording Studies in the Patrimonial Building “Antiguo Hospital Militar”. Job Duties: Designing, Drafting, Miscellaneous Office duties, Site Visits Quito, Ecuador

Project: Chiriyacu Market Job Duties: Drafting and designing Quito, Ecuador

10/2009 – 06/2010 Junior Architect - Ing. Marcelo Jurado Project: Apartment Interior Design

Job Duties: Design, Drafting, Site Visits, As-builts Quito, Ecuador

10/2008 – 11/2009 Coordinador Asistant - Dr. Karina Borja Coordinador Asistant

XVII Bienal de Arquitectura Panamericana de Quito, Ecuador Quito, Ecuador

09/2007 – 05/2008 Intern- Fabian Espinosa ARCHITECTS Project: Studies and Integral Architectonic design of Building “Antiguo Hospital Militar”, now Contemporary Art Center

Job Duties: Designing, Drafting, Miscellaneous Office duties, Site Visits, http://centrodeartecontemporaneo.gob.ec

05/ 2007 – 08/2007 Front desk Assistant Kaplan Aspect

Empire State building floor 63 NY, USA

SEMINARIES – WORKSHOPS – EXHIBITION

05/2013 Workshop: Sustainable Activism Enviromental &Energy Studies Programme of Architectural Association (AA)

Madrid - Spain

05/2012 Interior Design Project Exhibition Florence-Italy 04/ 2010 Seminar- Urban Rehabilitation - Conea Pontificia Universidad Católica del Ecuador

Quito-Ecuador

10/ 2009

Context-Workshop XXIII CLEFA – Project “MANZANA DE LAS LUCES”

09/ 2009

Seminar & Workshop Sustainable Architecture

Murón University Buenos Aires, Argentina

Arq. Bruce Haglund USA

03/2009 International Workshop “LA PERFORMANCE URBANA DE LA CALLE” Institute Pour la Ville

Arq. Sergio Forster (Argentina)

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Plaza del Conde del Valle de Suchil 14 a.johanna.cevallos@gmail.com Skype: johanna.cevallos

PERSONAL INFORMATION Name: Date of Birth: Citizenship: Residence: Telephone:

Andrea Johanna Cevallos Rojas October 27, 1986 Ecuadorian Spain +34 622305365

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tfc FINAL PROJECT Director: Patricio Guerrero

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master in collective housing Workshop: SLOWMADNESS 22 Leader: Juan Herreros Assistant: Ma Auxiliadora Galvez Workshop: DEPTH STUDY Leader: Andrea Deplazes Assistant: Fernando Altozano

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Workshop: PLAYING IN THE CITY Leaders: Francisco Burgos and Gines Garrido

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Workshop: LIVING LIKE/WITH ANIMALS 42 Workshop: INHABITTED SCREENS 48 Leader: Cino zucchi Assistant: Belen Hermida Workshop: FROM THE CITY TO THE HOUSE 54 Leader: Dietmar Eberle (leader) Assistant: Victor Olmos Workshop: WHAT MAKES GOOD CONDITION OF LIFE Leader: Anne Lacaton and Assistant:Diego García Setién

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Speciality: SUSTAINABILITY 70 Leader: Javier Garcia Germa

Interior Design Furniture Design 74 Interior Design Projects 76

professional experience Professional Work 98 Fabian Espinoca Arquitectos + EKP Constructora 5

jipijapa, quito

Parque del Lago Park Design by Arq. Xavier Bilvao

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Galo Plaza Lasso Ave

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neighborhood Jipijapa NEXT Urban context Ave

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terrain area 25000m2

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FINAL THESIS WORK Director Arq. Patricio Guerrero Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Ecuador

01 TFC FINAL PROJECT JOHANNA CEVALLOS

Work Thesis (TFC) was developed during the final year of Architecture. The project started with the analize of urban context (inmediate area of ​​the New Park) to propose the architectural design of MIX-USED BUILDING. I considered this a very important zone between the park and the new urban development due to the relocation of the airport which would bring new regulations in height and density. The city is going to face the park and will not give the back as it was with the airport. Giving a new concept of urban life in the neightborhood, trying to avoid car transportation and make the project answer the local needs. Using theories of mixed-use archiecture and urban planning that allows us to understand how a city works within the urban context. I do focus on the context so the project work as a loop intead of a limit. making the zone becomes a space full of vibrant urban life. Existing user is recognized as the main actor. Consequently, the new user of the site who will be able to accssess current activities and those to be developed as a result of the changes that the site will experience. This way people can appreciate the benefits given by the mixed-use building in urban open space. These benefits are safety in the urban space at different times of day, help keep the car as the only means of transportation, teaching people to walk in comfortable places for pedestrians, and especially makes a space to become sustainable because its occupation and use is more, something that does not exist in Quito

materialize the vaccuum trhough the bundary because what I am looking for is to generate spatial, temporal that allow us to give life to the space where we can walk, move and communicate through the boundary of architecture form.

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MIX-USE BUILDING

• Main building A • Ramp- building B

New needs New and existing Population Connection PROJECT-NEIGHBORHOOD-PARK

Supply to residentials areas of services and comertial businesses give security to sellers who always have customers, and to residents within walking distance to find what they need

Program housing retail + services offices

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•South Square

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• Outdoor entertainment space

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• Welcome Plaza

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• Relaxation Garden

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•fusion between garden-square

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•Back Garden

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• Ramp- building B

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• Main building

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• Ramp Starting point

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• Access Path east-west

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• Vehicular access

transition city-park

multiple services and housing

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public zones

central Core

Groud floor

Access from the Park

Access from interior

Central hall

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General Floor Plan housing typology

Ramp - Main building access

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housing Lab MASTER IN COLLECTIVE HOUSING 2013

ETSAM

preface Housing is defined as buildings or other shelters in which people live, something that covers, protects, and supports specially, a dwelling. However, this is a shallow approach because in architecture and design has a pragmatic significance due to the knowledge obtained which makes sense when idealize a practical result. Therefore, for housing development, the most important aspects is to think in the human being, to understand the modern and relevant aspects of architecture and applied into materialized projects First of all, housing deals with humans and their continually evolving is needed as part of active societies. Consequently, housing design has been a response to the evolution of societies over time. It means that now it is meaningful to understand how society, culture, families or people have progressed and recognize new ways of individual and collective life, which has an important impact in modern architecture understanding. Additionally, the modern aspects that housing developments have to deal with are economics, social and sustainability, which define the viability of a project. Also, as professionals, is our responsibility to be aware of them since they also define form and functions, and be conscious that now a project constitutes an integrative approach among professionals, owners and Architects. Also, for housing projects, we have to wonder how to improve quality of life in order to bring pleasure when it materialized in the developments. For example, understanding concepts in architecture such as adaptability, flexibility and luxury, which are tools that help to give more value to the perception and use of living space. Michael Alder said, “Living in the rooms is part of architecture� which means that at the end what we produce worth when is inhabited. To conclude, for housing development, there are important features to be reflected like people, modern projects aspects and the materialization of a project in order to end into a pragmatic solution. Jc

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What is to be lifted of the city grasp? The elevation translates into a voyeur that talks about the pleasure of seeing the whole, of looking down. When one goes up he leave behind the mass, the density of a busy neighborhood. They can ignore and merge in the endless laberinthic. Its elevation puts into a distance that let him to read the city, looking down, like god eyes. The desire of seeing the city from other perspective is how this utopic proposal marks a possibility of exploring life in other level that optical knowledge has long had the ambition of surmounting of managing articulating the contradictions arising from the urban agglomeration The ordinary practitioners of the city live ‘down below’, below the thresholds’ at which visibility begins. They walk and experience the city, they write without being able to read it, They make use of spaces that can not be seen, their knowledge of them is blind because they are part of their own domain althought shared and domesticated for this.

...utopia is the principle of all progress, and the essay into a better world.” Anatole france

Housing cells stand one next to other sharing a collective medio spaces and domesticating the inmediate public circulation.

Workshop Director: JUAN HERREROS Workshop Asistant: Ma Auxiliadora Galvez Collaborators: Pablo Marcet (GU) , Jon Ander Mendiola (ES) Location: Madrid, Spain

01 WORKSHOP: SLOWMADNESS JUAN HERREROS

To think about contemporary and domestic environments it is necessary to redefine what is wellbeingness in order to approach this into a utopic proposal as an answer of housing development and lifestyle study in which consider a new sensitivity for the common and usual paradigms to propose an innovative habitable democratic space. Integrate domesticity and urban domain through decreasing speediness in one’s life means bring new and challenge interest to the domestic space, its surroundings and the city. It is consider the slow movement as part of a life philosophy that is transmitted to the immediate inhabitable space. Make valuable what is next to one. But, starting from an own definition of domesticity as actions and relationships that have in common the comfort of an individual in space and time. It means people make own a public space to make it feel like home. For instance, it is common to see people reading and working in small cafeterias or parks which means people tend to domestic public spaces, to make them part of their own environment.

This is how society tends to work now, integrating the urban spaces as part of an extension of our home according the intimacy grade that someone needs. So, the proposal studies the reinvention of existing environments in order to potentiate them and propose this kind of relationships as a system that leads the configuration of a city. Moreover, it is an understanding of the continuous society evolution which means there is no more the traditional families composition. So, now there are different kinds of families, or people living together as family or just for necessity in both cases always there are situations that make them to remain together. Families join in small groups, they find common interest and why not common confortable collective spaces. domesticity actions and relationships that have in common the comfort of an individual in space and time.

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WORKSHOP: SLOWMADNESS

cabeza street buisness

dwellings

social service

calvario street

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buisness

welling

EMBAJADORES NEIGHBORHOOD It is one of the most dense neighborhoods of the Center in Madrid. Scenary of a variety of culture, hybridity, and also known for poor quality housing.

POPULATION DISTRIBUTION

INTERVENTION EXISTING INFRAESTRUCTURE Focus will be aimed in reinventing domestic common environments in the existing configuration of the neighborhood to bring quality espaces to dwellings besides provide them of light, ventilation, views.

UTOPIC CITY Expand the city in a new level of living where the mega-structural towers supporting interconnected urban environments. This multilayer urban construction holds whats is consider a innovative view of domestic enviromentes transfigurated in housing.

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YOUNG 0 - 18

70%

ADULTS 20 - 60

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OLD

60+

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20 sqm/prs

Domestic activities Analysis

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kitchen

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dinnerroom

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terrace

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watch movies

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study

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read

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have a bbq

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have lunch

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work

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be online

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read

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iron

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have breakfast

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laundry

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watch tv

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Use of space according the population

use of space according the day hours

sleep

Starting from a simple analysis of daily life routines and spaces comes this tables that help understand life according to standard activities.

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The block itself is redefined to open from its interior to the exterior in order to expose existing situations, and bring new environments of collective spaces to people that already inhabit this zone. Collective spaces are defined by the number of users, common interest or, activities.

existing infraestructure

new collective zones

They are classified in collective-home (the extra space of the common house), Collective-medio (a use for enjoying among neighborhoods 5-15 people) and collective-city (as urban equipment 50+)

new public circulation

collective-home

collective spaces

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collective-medio 5-15

collective-city

kitchen living room studio wc work out room garden tv room jacuzzi bath pool living room thermal movies room game room relaxation room garden bbq theather sports zones

(50 +) final volume

public circulation system In the existing block, a series of collective spaces connect with a public circulation system that brings the street to the heart of the block and takes it to the rooftops. This creates constant visual and physical interaction between private, public, and collective. within this circulation system spaces range from small and individual to public plazas.

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SECTION A A’ PUBLIC - COLLECTIVE

COLLECTIVE (home - medio)

STREET - INTERNVENTION

Views are the main means of connection between public and collective. This lets outsiders feel inside a house.

Collective spaces are shared between 3 to 5 dwellings. this space acts like a patio and promotes relations between neighbors.

Façade openings and big street entrances create curiosity in the general public and invites them into the public circulation system.

General public circulation domesticated by inhabitants

Collective interior spaces use between neighbors

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WORKSHOP: SLOWMADNESS WORKSHOP: SLOWMADNESS

city in the air

city level

housing zone public conection

embajadores neighborhood

housing cells

Elevators

Growing city in the air

collective medio

n.0.0

displacement radius fractal unit housing

Collective spaces

21.0 sqm

10.5 sqm

5.25 sqm

COSTUMIZE HABITAT Dwellings are seen as a combination of spaces with particular functions “standard� to the normal house. But, housing is this utopic raised and evolutionated city is also a new experience of living. It means housing adapt to the inhabitants. Not people have to adapt to it. Every person is an own situation, and now the house itself is not longer a usual aproach, it is a developed design that adjust just to the right needs of the inhabitants. So, that why the usual spaces are presented in catalogue to help to customize personal cluster of living. Starting with a basic modul of 1.75x3x3 the one that by repetition can make a small shelter for an sudent or a full equiped house for a big family.

sentimental ocupational

individualize the unit house according the condicion of each one

temporal permanent

individual user

bathroom

bedroom

kitchen

living room

studio

re-live

Embajadores

from inside to the sky

terrace

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STUDENT

GRANDPA

3 x bedroom 2 x bathroom kitchen living room play room reading room

bedroom bathroom solarium

bedroom studio

unit dwelling individual: writer

unit dwelling individual: single guy

unit dwelling individual: single woman

COUPLE bedroom bathroom kitchen living room

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Depth studies

Workshop Director: Andrea Deplazes Workshop Asistant: Fernando Altozano Collaborators: Rafael Medrano (MX)

02 WORKSHOP: DEPTH STUDY ANDREA DEPLAZES

Talking about housing or residencial architecture, it is unavoidable thinking about typology, but considering it is an idea or image that has to be reinterpreted and appropriate because every housing project has its own rules and its owns clients and needs.

The interior of buildings we had consider interaction areas among the dwellings . The access area and circulation has concentrated in one path so they can be considered as places of social interaction.

The urban tissue, a city plot, give us some measurements and proportions of how a housing building would looks like. These information do not result of chance but of social, economic, climatic, technical, etc. Working with buildings 6, 9,12,15,18, 25 has its own answer and fulfill all common aspects of habitability.

Building depths

In this workshop was about working with the with the depth of the buildings and the consequences that each size has, considering its orientation, scale, internal distribution, light, comfort. Proposal leads an analysis of a building housing nine meters deep, with housing type 100 square meters each. The area used to house looking to be as efficient and optimal as possible for economically viable projects without forgetting that the proposal seeks to be as enjoyable for the life of the people who inhabit these spaces.

9m6m 1512m m

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Study of possibilities 1 central core / 4 dwellings (2)4.5 x 11.11 = 100sqm 4 duplex 1 central core / 3 dwellings 2 simplex 9 x 11.11 = 100sqm 1 simplex 7 x 14.28 = 100sqm 1 central core / 6 dwellings simplex 7,5 x 13.33 = 100sqm 1 central core / 2 dwellings simplex 9 x 11.11 = 100sqm

Dwelling A 100sqm

Dwelling A

Access

Staircase

Dwelling B Dwelling B

100sqm

Wet areas

Program

Staircase every 2 floors

Dwellings distribution

residencial comercial

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WORKSHOP: DEPTH STUDY GENERAL FLOOR PLAN

level +1

A A’

level 0

Section A A’

N+6.00

level -1 First Floor N+3.30

Ground Floor N+0.00

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Dwelling possiblity D

C

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C

1m 5m

Dwelling A

Dwelling C 125sqm + 3 rooms

Dwelling D 75sqm + 1room

Dwelling B

Access every 2 floors

level 1

level 2

level 3

Frontal faรงade

Dwelling distribution

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Site 3

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9 meters

A A’

B B’’

The proposal are 2 buildings facing each other. Making a narrow street where the access, circulation, central core, the activity takes place. This has been centralized in order to generate interaction among people that inhabit the space.

C C’’

Section A A’

Section B B’

Section c c’

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overground

Madrid, Spain Lavapies neighborhood

Workshop Director: FRANCISCO BURGOS & GINES GARRIDO Collaborators: Yoav Elad (IL) Location: Madrid, Spain

03 WORKSHOP: PLAYGROUND IN THE CITY BURGOS & GARRIDO

People use the city as a urban playground even if the architecture was not intented to be used for that. This is a way to perceive the city in it’s real magnitude, in a frame full of life. So, the city is the mean and life is the end.

How do I use the city as a playground? People according their age or activities use the existing fabric as their own playground. Playing soccer on the street, a card game, jumping rope or drawing and jumping, and now we see young people doing Parkour which are people that with jumps and spins claim a denied place in the city. Streets, garages, railings, stairs, containers, roofs, walls, facades are part of your scenary. They experience the city in a diferent way, because they do not reconize an imposed limit and use any urban element to do part of its tools. The project take advantage of the potential hidden in the city, exploit it and take it to be experienced by ordinary people with a little less skill than Parkours.

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concentrate the experience in one as a Urban Playground The Overground parkour create an alternative to the urban ordinary network

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rooftops

B

street level

The art of displacement, a game of differents jumps and roles making their on path.

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underground

Conditions of the city by levels

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Overviewing the city. Rooftop levels

B

Linking Street level

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Opening Underground system

Section A A’

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A. Translucent Glass-Mirror

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B. metal frame and stairs anchored to the wall C. textured surface

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Workshop Director: HRVOJE NJIRIC Workshop Asistant:Jose Maria Sanchez Collaborators: Maria Elvira Villrreal (CO), Silvia Melis (IT)

04 WORKSHOP: LIVING LIKE/WITH ANIMALS HRVOJE NJIRIC

Living like/with Animals is the workshop proposed by Hrvoje Njiric and Jose Maria Sรกnchez. The workshop started with a proposal of a individual housing type for an animal. It required study the way the animal live, its relationship with its enviroment and others. Then, the proposal was to intend to undertand how is the coexistence between human and animal. The animal chosen was the crab of the Christmas Island, Australia. It is a particular crab because its way of life and the fenomenom it produces in its ecosystem. The Zootopia proposal is a way of thinking how humans and animals coexist. In this case the proposal Ist about a machine of life for crabs.

CHRISTMAS ISLAND, AUSTRALIA

CrabScraper

12.75 cm

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HOW DO CRABS LIVE? eggs birth aquatic temporary

swimming WATER

BIRTH salty water 25 days eggs hatching

herbs migration Mating Temporary

shadow shelter solitary temporary

Walking/Climbing

carving

IN BETWEEN

MIGRATION street- double borrow

SHELTER single borrow humid enviroment

31 days displacement reproduction

SAND

housing enviroment 299 days

food searching keeping a mosturized body

activity

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WORKSHOP: LIVING WITH/LIKE ANIMALS

Crabscraper as a building where the crabs life take place as a machine of crabs life.

concentrate way of living

Single Borrow- detail

TOP VIEW

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• Migration street

• Double borrow

ENTRANCE!

FEEDING! CHAMBER! SLEEPING!

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SECTION A A’

WATER CORE

POROUS HOUSING

MIGRATION STREET

TUNNEL HOUSING

TENSEGRITY!

ENVELOP

WATER CORE. Self bearing. Steel structure. Glass

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POROUS HOUSING. Self bearing. Stone. Cracks

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MIGRATION STREET. Anchored . TUNNEL HOUSING. Self bearing. Tensegrity

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ENVELOP. Metal grid.

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Section A.A’

quetzal crabs goats topo ottons polar bear

Zootopia Master Plan

How different animals can coexist in a proposal where each animal has its own habitat and interact with humans. In the Master Plan, they are located next to ottons and housing habitat. Crabscraper as an habitat machine next to humans might use it for feeding themselves.

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madrid faรงades details

Workshop Director: CINO ZUCCHI Workshop Asistant:Belen Hermida Collaborators: Alejandra Novoa (CO)

05 WORKSHOP: INHABITED SCREENS CINO ZUCCHI

My ears have not yet drunk a hundred words Of that tongue’s utterance, yet I know the sounds: Art thou not Romeo and a Montague? William Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet, “Balcony Scene”

This workshop focus in exploring an specific part of the housing design which is the INTERFACE or BUFFER. A space between the private real and the collective one and the explore the different posibilities and consequences. The façades of the existing city are built as a backdrop of the urban scene, a formal “dress” to protect the decorated variety of bourgeos interiors. On the other hand, the functionalist consider them as the envelop of a natural consequense of a correct resolution of a dwelling. Considering the scale of the single unit and its relation with the city, it is important to explore the need of a mediating element. The depth of these elements focus in the research of how a housing complex touch the ground and generate a transition with the strees, how it reaches the sky and borders the city. The result of this research is the design of an architectural devise enquiring on the “depth” of the interface between interior and exterior, between a dwelling unit and its urban environment.

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General Master Plan

Madrid N

Starting from a brief interior design followed by a study of the importance of a buffer zone, the proposal is about a configuration of different depths of the buffers that rise up from the facade which intensify this zone between the interior and exterior. Also this main facade face and comunicate with its inmediate environment. General Master Plan

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Type floor plan + Structure A

B

2 units/floor

a. balcony

Central core

b. loggia

c. terrace

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2.00 1.00

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Possible answers. Buffer zone

Faรงade study - grids

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General Floor Plan

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WORKSHOP: INHABITED SCREENS Frontal Faรงade

West Faรงade

South Faรงade

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from the city to the house I became aware that a house has to be understood as a type. [...] When you build a house, the client is the first occupant; pehaps twenty years later other people will live in it. When I design a house today, I start out from the rooms, without defining them more close; they can be used in different ways, and what the occupants make of them can be used in different ways. ans what the occupants make of htem determines what they are. Living in the rooms is part of architecture. _ Michael Alder.

Workshop Director: DIETMAR EBERLE Workshop Asistant: Victor Olmos Location: Madrid, Spain

06 WORKSHOP: FROM THE CITY TO THE HOUSE DIETMAR EBERLER

Housing is a vast term, but how architects approach to it is followed by principles that deal with some issues from different levels. These principles are first of all people, economic, behavior and the last ecological thinking. First, housing today has to do with family although the social development has changed and now we see less and less families. So, there is around 50 or 60% of people that we do not address its situation to understand a typology, or architectural or economic questions when we do housing. Also, now in modernity when it is about housing we have the chance of choosing even if it is about low cost covering and we transformed in square meters per person according location or economic situation.

This has impact in architectural thought. And also this translate to a how we think now, for instance when we refer to it we talk about square meters and money of course. It is our social responsibility to make architectural structures on low economic cost that inhabitants can solve its necessities. The culture is the most form-giving architectural ideas. This is one of the conditions we have to deal with. The last is to make a own approach to sustainability according the each situation. It is important to consider the relationship between what we put in the building and what there are the benefits that it is gotten from it. So, for getting sustainable qualities to housing projects the question of comfort is the most important one because only if we reach it people earn a long life and long lifespan is one of the most important values.

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1. Juan Bravo Lagasca and Calle Coello 2. Av. Valladolid 3. Calle Espoz y Mina, Madrid

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CENTRO NEIGHBOPRHOOD Calle Espoz y Mina

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Calle Espoz y Mina

accesible terrace

shops

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What makes a good condition of life ?

Workshop Director: ANNE LACATON Workshop Asistant: Diego García Setién Collaborators: Jon Ander Mendiola (ES) Maria Elvira Villareal (CO)

07 WORKSHOP: GOOD CONDITIONS OF LIFE ANNE LACATON

This project is about a collection of fragments that express what makes a good conditions of life. The quality of life is based on the idea of the pleasure that people have when they inhabit a space, the well-being, the different atmospheres, the real conception of the comfort. This approach proposes a new concept of housing adapted to evolution or new needs of the contemporary families or societies. The proposal wants to perceive a house within the different atmospheres, understanding a contemporary way of life where the inhabits can experience the space according the importance of the sensations that the climate offers. Inhabit a place to live have to be generous, comfortable, appropriable and economic viable and why not luxury. Where the lux of an space is determinated for the quality or the extra space we offer not for the quantity of money we spend.

Architecture is a sequence of spaces.

Approaching to research about new housing conditions we can give to the inhabitants an attractive idea or living collectively in a denser city. In the project, we propose an architecture that reconciles the need of individuality and privacy and the collectivity and need of density. Understanding the life in collectivity is the most efficient way of living because of optimization of resources also because to live in community generate an active society. Thinking sustainability not just adding new technology but introducing new ways of living in housing. This is a project made of fragments from images, situations, spaces from the interior to a collective space taking in consideration the climate as a important mechanism that leads to a design configuration in interior enviroments and exterior dense cities. The architectural intentions we have taken are around the climate and the effect that it produces for the development of housing. The city should provide exceptional quality of life by

Spaces mean atmospheres.

Atmospheres are defined by CLIMATE

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CLIMATE is a thermal conditioning…

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Horizontally, the plan is organized from the periphery to the center between the brightest and darkest, as a succession of walls, glass walls. Vertically, the space is emerging from bottom to top, colder to hot on the principle of natural rise of air masses according to their density and temperature.

COLD SPACE Bigger proportions, relation to the earth, lower temperatures, less heat conductible materials, more insulation. Low temperatures to rest and work; there is where a relaxing environment would take place. Elements as fresh air, views, shadows, naturally sounds, quietness, allowed by the materials.

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WORKSHOP: GOOD CONDITIONS OF LIFE

The architecture is expresed by the combination of light and temperatures, varying by time during the day or activity. Interior spaces at different temperature that gives different sensation . People might choose from the coolest place to be more active or to the interior warmer place to be more quite. Both would have a different atmosphere to discover and appropriate.

WARM SPACE Natural conditions, shadows, air- flow, views. Relation to the exterior. Direct contact to the sun will increase heat by a green house on the roof top. Lightness. Transparency + privacy. More intimacy atmosphere

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Speciality Sustainability by Javier Garcia German Proyect location: New York, NY

01 SPECIALITY: SUSTAINABILITY JAVIER GARCIA GERMAN

Sustainability is an issue that architects have to take responsibly, since decisions in the design process are very important for the performance of the buildings taking in consideration the environment.

A Home is not a House

Accordingly, a final project is a matter of balance between right design according climatic situations and extra accessories or technology added in order to approach a efficient configuration. Applying thermodynamic knowledge in architecture stresses the importance in to the spatial systems, to the shape, which turn into new ways of experience the architecture. It is not just about a theory but it is a way of through our everyday life can be part of a right decision. The Specialty of sustainability gave us a good taste of what is to take smart decisions in designing according climatic issues, which are also very related to a bioclimatic architecture.

A Home is not a House: The Environmental Bubble

Banham and Dallegret seem to defend a home architecture that is both hippie and ultratechnologique . Habitat joined by the environmental dimension of the space while defended by Reyner Banham for that architecture should “ disappear in environmental technology “ (The Architecture of the Well -Tempered Environment , 1969).

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CLIMATIC ANALISIS

City: New York CONTINENTAL TEMPLADO

ZONA CLIMATICA: CONTINENTAL TEMPLADO

LATITUDE +40.8 (40°42’51.012”N) LONGITUDI -74.00639 (74°00’23.004”W) ALTITUDI 4 m

PSICOMETRIC CHART heating, add humidification (6657hrs) 80.2% specially for winter. Confortable hours using selected strategies. Design Strategies January to December 46,1% Heating, add humidification (7029h) 25.6% Internal Heat gain (2618h) 11.8% Natural Ventilation Cooling (1408h) 10.4% Passive Solar Direct Gain Low Mass (908h) 6.4 %Cooling, add Dehumidification (1761h) 5.4% Wind protection of Outdoor Spaces (471h) 4.8% High Thermal Mass Night Flushed (422h) 3.9% Dehumidification Only (342h) B. SUN PATH The sun in the summer time has inclination close to 60°. 15h of sun daily During the winter sun light are 9 hours and the inclination is while in the winter one to 10°. Most of our actions in the project are focused on maximize winter solar heating.

A. RADIATION

B. TEMPERATURE

B. SUN PATH

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SPECIALITY SUSTAINABILITY

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PRIORITY STRATEGIES FOR DESIGN PROCES

a. Thermic inerthia b. Optimize solar collection in winter time | direct g b. wind protection c. Nocturnal ventilacion d. Radiation Protection e. Evaporative cooling

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OPENINGS CROSS VENTILATION

SUMMER b.wind protection c.Nocturnal ventilacion WINTER d.Radiation Protection Summer Wind Openings

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1.Low radiation 2. thermal insulation roof gardens 3. glass Selection 4. Sun Proteccion (east west facade) 5. Cross ventilation- natural ventilation

a.Supplementary cooling systems b. Potencial energy use

1.Direct sun captation 2. direct capture loop with convective 3. delayed capture by accumulation

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Bowlings/recreation Restaurants Cafeterias Comercial Cultural Sports courts teatre stage Disco

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FURNITURE DESIGN Elegant Desk

Sofa - Bar

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INTERIOR SHOP DESIGN ROBERTO CAVALLI

Inspired by Roberto Cavalli’s strong personality and unique designs. We promote his concept of fashion and wild life designs through the project.

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Playing with mistery, seduction and our admiration for wild animals that are kept in cages; to have a feeling of securuty around them.

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INTERIOR DESIGN LEAD Melina Collaborators: Sandra Nunez (PA), Gabriela Pinerda (HO)

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INTERIOR DESIGN LEAD Melina Collaborators: Gabriela Pineda (HDR)

YOGA CENTER

The concept of this project is the fluidity and connection with nature. Which is reflected in its organic form and mimicry with its environment The Objective of Yoga

In its purest form, the discipline of yoga is intended to expand limited and self-absorbed personal consciousness to allow it to achieve union with

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INTERIOR LOFT DESIGN

INTERIOR DESIGN LEAD Melina Collaborators: Sandra Nunez (PA), Gabriela Pinerda (HDR)

inspireded by Frida Khalo and her life, this is a Loft that reflect her passion for painting and her strong Mexican culture.

Interior Design Project

First Floor Plan

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“A building is not just a place to be but a way to be” Frank Lloyd Wright

professional experience

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Rehabilitation Antiguo Hospital Militar

The project was the rehabilitation of a historic building in the city, Old military hospital, in a Center for Contemporary Art in 2007, and 3 years later the interior design of the Library and refurbishing of exhibition rooms.

Antiguo Hospital Militar Contemporary Art Center

General Hall

Central Hall

PROFESSIONAL WORK

04 PROFESSIONAL WORK

FABIAN ESPINOSA ARQUITECTOS + EKP CONSTRUCTORA

Working in the Studio Fabian Espinosa Arquitectos and EKP Constructora has been a very challeging and pleasent professional experience due to it allowed me to link to the professional scope since student. I started as an intern in the Rehabilitation Project Comtemporary Art center of the city, and then after finishing my studies I joined to the company. I have worked directly with Seniors Architects in different projects of the company which mostly focuses on housing projects. Those Projects are Casa Cumbaya, Torre Gandia, Sierra, where I participated in a vriadity of duties such as drawing, design, modeling, , and other general office activities. I have collaborated with the company EKP Constructora in certain construction trades and supervicion, also in publications, advertisement of real state. Which I have been involved in the commercial part as well.

http://centrodeartecontemporaneo.gob.ec http://yoao07.wix.com/fabian-espinosa

I apreciated to work with senior architectsVinicio Capelo and Marco Garces as my guides that gave me the opportunity for exercising my faculties and abilities.

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Housing Project Casa Cumabaya State: in construction Locaion: Cumbaya, Quito Ecuador

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Housing Project Torre Gandia State: in construction Location: Monteserrin, Quito (Ecuador)

Last Floor Plan

Housing Projects that face the valleys of the City. Architecture characterized by taking advantage of the montain and link to through the magnificent terraces that make pleasent extra spaces for the dwelling units

Lateral Facade

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Housign Project Sierra

State: Built Location: Monteserrin, Quito (Ecuador)

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