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PABLO JUAREZ SELECTED WORKS 2007-2011

Pablo Juarez Northeastern University Class of 2012 juarez.p@neu.edu

951.581.734

13067 Goldfinch st. Moreno Valley, CA 92553

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RESIDENTIAL TOWER- BOSTON, MA ENVIRONMENTAL HOUSE- DENVER, CO/OLYMPIA, WA URBAN INCUBATOR- WORCESTER, MA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL- BOSTON, MA

Residential Tower- Boston, MA Spring 2011- Housing and Aggregation Studio

My design manifested itself in the form of a tower, housing thirty-six units accross eighteen floors. Along with private ammenities for the residents, there is also a cafe and art gallery that is open to the public. CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT

This Studio was a semester long exploration of the housing typology in an urban setting. Beginning with a site-independent typological prototype excercise, our project was then placed in the Fort Point neighborhood of Boston and developed from the typological excercise.

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Environmental House- Olympia, WA/ Denver, CO Spring 2011- Environmental Systems

An exploration into the reduction of energy waste and environmentally conscious design, this project had an ambiguous program and was region specific to design for the respective climates of Washington as well as Colorado.

The narrative specifics of the project included 2,000 square feet of interior floor space and a volumetric limit of 30,000 cubic feet placed on a 100’x100’ parcel with a one to six slope. This semster long project was developed along with Andrew Cunningham, A fellow classmate.

south elevation 1”:16’ 57% glazing

site plan 1”:32’

east elevation 1”:16’ 37% glazing

first floor plan 1”:8’

section C 1”:16’

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west elevation 1”:16’ 37% glazing

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TAR PAPER

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PLYWOOD DECKING

CAPSTONE SKYLIGHT W/BUTT JOINT

PLYWOOD DECKING

WATERPROOF MEMBRANE

2X10 STUD

BATT INSULATION

RIGID FOAM INSULATION

WOODEN LOUVERS

PLASTER FINISH

MECHANICALLY OPERATED GLASS SLATS

DOUBLE PANE WINDOW, ARGON FILLED

DOUBLE PANE GLASS, ARGON FILLED

LIGHT WELL TO FIRST FLOOR DOUBLE PANE GLASS, ARGON FILLED 30째BEVEL

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WATERPROOF MEMBRANE SIDING

RIGID FOAM INSULATION THERMAL SPACER/INSULATING MEMBRANE THERMAL SPACER

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RADIANT HEATING TUBES

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FOUNDATION

Environmental House- Olympia, WA/ Denver, CO Spring 2011- Environmental Systems

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Location: Denver Intl Ap, US A (39.8°, -104.7°) Date: 1st June - 31st August T ime: 18:00 - 22:00

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Wood Decking EPDM Membrane Plywood Sub-Floor Insulation Clay Tile EPMD Membrane Plywood Decking 2x10 Spray Foam Insulation Drip Edge

Flashing Light Shelf

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Double Paned Argon Filled Glass

Highly Reflective Surface

4x4 Post

1/2x6 Slat Anchor Ties Pool Liner Colorado Red Sandstone Facing Waterproof Membrane

Water Line

Spray Foam Insulation Air Barrier Anchor Ties Thermal Spacing Radiant Heating Tubes Poured in Place Concrete Floor

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Fall 2010- 1960â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Urbanism

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Urban incubator and Master Plan- Worcester, MA

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A semester long intervention for the city of Worcester with the aim to reanimate a 22 acre portion of the city that was being ME CHA NICoversized parking taken up by an abandoned mall and STR EET structure. After making the master plan, we develop a concept for an urban incubator within a node of the newly constructed urban fabric to house community and educational facilities.

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Worcester Urban Incubator

Pablo Juarez Weiderspahn 1960s Urbanism Design Studio

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Urban elementary school- Boston, MA Spring 2009- Studio 2

A semester long project that covered a precedent study of revolutionary school designs of the 19th century, a contextual sity analysis, a typological classroom design and ultimately an elementary school that incorporated public elements into its design for use by the community.

CHILDRENS ZONE ROOM ACCESS

Precedent study- Lucy Daniels Foundation BATHROOMS/ STORAGE Clark and Menefee architects

TEACHER’S AREA

RELATIONSHIP TO THE EXTERIOR SCALE: 1/8”=1’

Typological module design Ideal Kindergarten classroom

Fenestration Scale: 3/16â&#x20AC;?=1â&#x20AC;&#x2122;

Plan: 3/16"=1'

Spine of Circulation Axon: 3/32"=1'

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juarez.p@neu.edu 951.581.734

13067 Goldfinch st. Moreno Valley, CA 92553


Selected Works