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ADRIANA CHAVEZ

[PORTAFOLIO] ADRIANA CHÁVEZ //


ACADEMIC GRADUATE

[1,2,] HARVARD, GSD.

UNDERGRADUATE

[3,4,5,6] IBEROAMERICANA U.

PERSONAL PRACTICE PROJECTS [7,8,9]

COMPETITIONS [10,11,12,13,14]

COLLABORATIONS OFFICES

[15,16,17,18,19,20]


1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14.

15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

INTERWEAVING WITH THE RIVER EDGE CHICAGO, IL. USA. PLANNING HISTORIES BOSTON HARBOR, BOSTON, MA. URBAN ECOSYSTEM ACAPULCO, MEXICO ANTHROPOLOGY MUSEUM XOCHIMILCO, MEXICO CELS PARIS, FRANCE. BUILDINGS IN THE PARK URUGUAY, MONTEVIDEO OCHOA HOUSE TOLUCA, MEXICO JIE APARTMENT CONDESA, MEXICO DF BOOKSHELF LA HERRADURA, MEXICO ASTRONOMICAL OBSERVATORY ALTO DEL CARMEN, CHILE MEDIA PARK CIUDAD JUAREZ, CHIHUAHUA A HOUSE IN LUANDA LUANDA, ANGOLA GREEN 360 LIMA, PERU MIDE CAFETERIA CENTRO HISTORICO, MEXICO DF GENERAL ARCHIVES OF THE NATION, AGN MAURICIO ROCHA + AMBROSI ARCHITECTS TEXCOCO ECOLOGICAL PARK INAQUI ECHEVERRIA ARCHITECTS PLAYA ONDA HOTEL ELEMENTAL + ALEJANDRO ARAVENA ARCHITECTS FHD-DÜSSELDORF FAR: FROHN & ROJAS ARCHITECTS FUNDADORES TOWER ENRIQUE NORTEN ARCHITECTS ISSSTE OFFICE BUILDING ENRIQUE NORTEN ARCHITECTS

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ACADEMIC

“THERE ARE NO FACTS, JUST INTERPRETATIONS” -Friedrich Nietzsche


GRADUATE

[1,2] HARVARD, GSD.

UNDERGRADUATE

[2,3,4,5,6] IBEROAMERICANA U.

1. INTERWEAVING WITH THE RIVER EDGE CHICAGO, IL. USA.

2. PLANNING HISTORIES BOSTON HARBOR, BOSTON, MA.

3. URBAN ECOSYSTEM ACAPULCO, MEXICO

4. ANTHROPOLOGY MUSEUM XOCHIMILCO, MEXICO

5. CELS PARIS, FRANCE.

6. BUILDINGS IN THE PARK URUGUAY, MONTEVIDEO

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INTERWEAVING THE RIVER EDGE Chicago,IL. USA Year: 2011 Professor: Philip Enquist WATERLINE STUDIO OPTION [HARVARD GRADUATE SCHOOL OF DESIGN]

WATER

PARK

MIX USE

GRANT PARK

GREAT LAKES

VACANT HOUSING

HIGER DENSITY

RIVER CITY II

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The project is an active system, which is a riverbank, a new urban park, a new circulation network, and an iconic river edge while restructuring the vast fragmented unconstructed urban area. The project connects and brings the history of the city and the site, creating a link between past-present and future. This is achieved through the integration of the existent building “River City” as way to re-envision and re-visit Bertrand Goldberg’s desire to make the river appear.

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MICHIGAN AVENUE

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LAKESHORE DRIVE

1. CHICAGO RIVER 2. UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS CHICAGO 3.RIVER CITY II 4. THE LOOP 5. RAILROAD 6. GRANT PARK 7. MILLENIUM PARK 8. GREAT LAKES 9. 94 HIGHWAY 10. POST-OFFICE 11. POWER PLANT 12. DRAINAGE SYSTEM 13. WATER TREATMENT 14. RIVER BASIN 15. RAINWATER 16. RIVERWALK

INTERWEAVING WITH THE WATERWAY

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CONGRESS PARKWAY HARRISON ST

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INDUSTRY

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EDUCATIONAL DISTRICT

HOUSING

ILINOIS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

DECENTRALIZED

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STATE ST

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BUSINESS DISTRICT

RIVER: LINE

DIVISION

RIVER CITY II FOOT PRINT : HOUSING TYPOLOGY: LEVELS: 11 HOUSING: 8 LEVELS PARKING: 3 LEVELS URBAN: GROUNDFLOOR

8,105 SQM 49,65 SQM 60,895 SQM 39,720 SQM 16,210 SQM 4,965 SQM

GREEN CORRIDOR

BASIN: HUB

INTEGRATION

EDUCATION

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DWELLING

PUBLIC SPACE SITE ARRANGEMENT PLATFORM

RAIN WATER COLLECTION

PLATFORM LOCATION

TREATMENT WATER 1

WATER CIRCULATION

HARD SURFACE

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CITY CONECTIVITY RIVER PROMENADE 4

FLOODABLE PATHS

STREETS TOPOGRAPHY

CANAL PUBLIC SPACE

VEGETATION


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WATER CITY CHICAGO RIVER 2011

WATER: RECYCLING SYSTEM WATER SELF-SUFFICIENT INFRASTRUCTURE

WATER: PUBLIC SPACE

WATER: DIDACTIC PARK

WATER: ARTICULATOR

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MAXIMIZING THE URBAN SPACE

MAXIMIZING THE RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN PEOPLE AND RIVER

STRATEGIC FLOWS

WATER CITY :

WATER: INSIDE CITY

WATER: CITY NETWORKING

WATER: PAST - FUTURE

WATER: EC

STREETS AS DRAIN VEHICLES

TIME SUTURE: CANAL > RIVER CITY I > II

REDEFINING HE CONECTIVITY :

BRING THE CITY INTO THE WATER MAXIMIZING WATER PERCEPTION

POST-OFFICE

RIVER CITY INDUSTRY

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MEDIUM FLOODING LEVEL

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WATER CITY

HICAGO RIVER 2011

WATER: INSIDE CITY

BRING THE CITY INTO THE WATER MAXIMIZING WATER PERCEPTION

WATER: PUBLIC SPACE

WATER: DIDACTIC PARK

WATER: ARTICULATOR

MAXIMIZING THE URBAN SPACE

MAXIMIZING THE RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN PEOPLE AND RIVER

STRATEGIC FLOWS

WATER: CITY NETWORKING

WATER: PAST - FUTURE

STREETS AS DRAIN VEHICLES

TIME SUTURE: CANAL > RIVER CITY I > II

WATER: RETHINKING DENSIFITCATION WATER CITY : ECO-HOUSING DEVELOPMENT

WATER: RECYCLING SYSTEM WATER SELF-SUFFICIENT INFRASTRUCTURE

CITY CONFIGURATION RIVER SYSTEM: DIVISION

LIFTING THE CITY EXPANDING THE LANDSCAPE

WATER: ECO-SOCIAL BOND

MANAGING THE WATER

SHIFTING THE BUILDINGS

REDEFINING HETEREOGENITY CONECTIVITY : METAPOPULATION

DRAIN WATER SYSTEM

CONTINOUS CIRCULATION

POST-OFFICE

RIVER CITY INDUSTRY

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BOSTON PLANNING HISTORIES Boston Harbor, MA. USA Year: 2011 Professor: Kelly Shannon CARTOGRAPHIES OF HYDROLOGY [HARVARD GRADUATE SCHOOL OF DESIGN]

Every city establishes its own relationship with surrounding water courses. Boston, a city that has largely developed through history due to its coastal condition, is not an excepand its planning history the relationship with water has largely meant in. The process of making open spaces are one of the mechanisms used in Boston to orient urban growth, control density, and provide adequate sanitary conditions. Boston, founded space established in 1634, when the farm of Reverend Blaxton, one of the earlier settlers, became the Boston Common . Later on, during the 19th century, Frederick Law Olmstead proposed a city wide system of parks that came to be known as the “Emerald Necklace”. Finally at the end of that same century, on 1893 Olmsted’s disciple Charles Elliot, set the basis for a Metropolitan Open Space Plan, that with great clarity, not only acquired vast parcels of land to save them as public green space, but also envisioned that coordinate actions


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among cities was essential in order to face the challenges of Boston metropolitan area. The creation of transportation infrastructure has also been other relevant mechanism to give shape to Boston. As an example, we could remember the Elevated Central Artery, a project that was conceived on the 1930’s as a mechanism not be implemented until 1950’s. By it was already obsolete, and the excame to happen. Moreover the construcof vast portions of Boston’s traditional urban Fabric specially at the North End district. To undo this mistake, another initiative was necessary, and the Central Artery beproject, which demanded 14.6 Billion Dollars to be implemented . Finally, if we are to talk about the planning history of Boston we cannot help but mention the Urban Renewal projects, developed in the second half of the XXth century. Starting with the approval of the Housing Act in 1949, and the General Plan for Boston of 1950, the Boston Housing Authority property, with the federal government paying two thirds of the cost, which would then be cleared and sold to a private developer at a price marked down from the prevailing market rate.” The main purpose was to attract new investments and set the bases for a modern Central Business District.


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EXPLOSIÓN FRAGMENTACIÓN

IMPLOSIÓN RECOMPOSICIÓN

TIENDA CAFETERÍA

ENVOLVENTE

RESTAURANTE TALLERES

JARDÍN

ADMINISTRACION CAFETERÍA

ENVOLVENTE

JARDÍN

JARDÍN

VECTORES / conectores

calle morelos

mar

TIENDA

calle peatonal

URBAN ECOSYSTEM JARDÍN

ADMINISTRACION

FUERTE

FUERTE

AUDITORIO

VECTORES / conectoes

PABELLÓN

TALLERES

PABELLÓN

RESTAURANTE

AUDITORIO

JARDÍN

JARDÍN

puente costera MA

33,000 m2

15,000 m2

PROGRAMA BASE

Acapulco, México Year: 2008 Professor: Alejandro Mendlovic / Andres Flores THESIS PROJECT: HONORIFIC MENTION

calle morelos RESTAURANTE TIENDA CAFETERÍA AUDITORIO

CONSTRUIDO 1860

TOTAL DE AREA VERDE

ESPACIOS LIBRES ABIERTO

mar

TALLERES

TERRENO ACTUAL

PABELLÓN

calle peatonal

FUERTE ADMINISTRACION JARDÍN ENVOLVENTE

ESPACIOS LIBRES ADMON TIENDA/ CAFETERÍA BODEGA FUERTE

ESPACIOS LIBRES

puente TERRENO TOTAL

costera MA

RESTAURANTE

TALLERES

PABELLÓN

CONDICIONANTES

AUDITORIO

CONEXIONES vectores

GREEN PROMENADE conectores

TOPOGRAFÍA envolvente

WATER FRONT espacios libres

HABITANTES

TURIVSTAS

AUDITORIO

RESTAURANTE

JARDIN

ADMINISTRACION

TIENDA CAFETERÍA

PABELLÓN

JARDÍN TALLERES

FUERTE

CV

INTENSIDAD DE USO AREAS PROGRAMA

TALLERES

TIENDA CAFETERÍA

FUERTE

PABELLÓN

FUERTE

AUDITORIO

RESTAURANTE

AUDITORIO

ADMINISTRACION

TALLERES

PABELLÓN

TIENDA CAFETERÍA

ADMINISTRACION

RESTAURANTE

BODEGA

JARDIN

RESTAURANTE

ADMINISTRACION

SALA AUDIOVISUAL

WC

JARDIN

FUERTE

JARDIN

PABELLON

AUDITORIO

TALLERES

TALLERES

FUERTE

EXHIBICIÓN PERMANENTE AUDITORIO

PABELLÓN

270 m2

60 m2 ADMINISTRACION

WC

EXHIBICIÓN TEMPORAL

HABITANTES

370 m2 TIENDA CAFETERÍA

RESTAURANTE

PABELLÓN

TALLERES

JARDIN

PABELLÓN

JARDÍN

TALLERES

FUERTE

ADMINISTRACION

RESTAURANTE

JARDIN

FUERTE

PABELLÓN

SALA USOS MULTIPLES

RESTAURANTE

BODEGA

PABELLON

FUERTE

RESTAURANTE

SALA AUDIOVISUAL

TALLERES

60 m2

WC

JARDÍN

250 m2

AUDITORIO

WC

CAFETERÍA

TIENDA CAFETERÍA

FUERTE

JARDIN

2 TIENDAS

AUDITORIO RESTAURANTE

AUDITORIO

TIENDA CAFETERÍA

AUDITORIO

PABELLÓN

TURISTAS

ADMINISTRACION

TIENDA CAFETERÍA

BODEGA

80 m2

140 m2

ADMINISTRACION

ADMINISTRACIÓN

FUERTE

100 m2

PABELLÓN

ADMINISTRACION

AUDITORIO

TALLERES

RESTAURANTE

RECORRIDOS PEATONALES

ADMINISTRACION

TALLERES

PABELLÓN

ADMON ZONA ECOLOGICA

AUDITORIO

BODEGA

RESTAURANTE

TIENDA CAFETERÍA

TALLERES

FUERTE

JARDIN

ADMINISTRACION

50 m2

19,000 m2

JARDÍN

ECOSISTEMAS

PABELLON

RESTAURANTE

TIENDA CAFETERÍA

6, 000 m2 GRÁFICA INTENSIDADES

site.The site -33,000m2- refuges the Acapulco’s fort. The analisis come along with a series of references and diagrams that are transformed to an irregular geometry that breaks with the regular trace and at the same time is integrated to the context renewing a forgotten place in the city “Acapulco´s Fort”.The diagram becomes the project as a natural result. The existent monument is the center piece of the project which is reset creating a promenade which allows the user not just to visit the site but to re-discover it with different spatial experiences that the project provides.

ADMINISTRACIÓN

USUARIO

OTROS RESTAURANTE TIENDA CAFETERÍA

TIENDA CAFETERÍA

Eco-urban project, where the limits between nature, history and architecture are lost with an extension of public spaces -gardens and squares- and 5 inserted buildings housing cultural facil-

TALLERES JARDIN

TALLERES

PABELLÓN

CICLOPISTA

FUERTE

5, 000 m2

ADMINISTRACION AUDITORIO

TIENDA / CAFETERÍA FUERTE

OTROS RESTAURANTE

AUDITORIO ADMINISTRACIÓN

TALLERES

WC

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Cultural Pavilion


Auditorio

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FUERTE DE SAN DIEGO

FACHADAS VERDES

FACHADAS VERDES

FUERTE DE SAN DI

FUERTE DE SAN DIEGO

FACHADAS EN PIEDRA

FUERTE DE SAN

FACHADAS CRISTAL

FACHADAS CRISTAL

FUERTE DE SAN DIEGO

FUERTE DE SAN D

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ANTHROPOLOGY MUSEUM

COLABORATION: GABRIELA ETCHEGARAY Xochimilco, México Year: 2007 Professors: Isaac Broid / Mauricio Rocha VERTICAL STUDIO OPTION [IBEROAMERICANA UNIVERSITY]

Weaving the “Ejido”. The project is part of the city, it is weaved to it. sert facilities into the site. The landscape as a major element within the project. The slopes house the permanent exhibition below communicating and connecting the different temporary exhibition halls. It creates a public space for the city, different plazas and green spaces taken from existing relationships on the site.


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WATER

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PARCELS

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CELS Paris, France Year: 2006 Professor: Peter Cook MODULE 1 EXCHANGE PROGRAM STUDIO OPTION [ECOLE SPECIALE D’ARCHITECTURE] SEAT 1 position 1

SEAT 2 position 2

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to pany of paper and printing. The program arises in relationship to the existing building: A library that contains spaces for reading, called “cells”. These have different orientations configuration 2

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St. Martin. They are transformable, thus they can be opened becoming seats or reading tables. Behind them a wall-shelf houses the books arranging circulations and creating the space inside the library.


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BUILDINGS IN THE PARK

COLABORATION: GABRIELA ETCHEGARAY

Uruguay, Montevideo Year: 2006 Professors: Julio Gaeta / Jorge Ambrosi URUGUAY STUDIO OPTION [IBEROAMERICANA UNIVERSITY]

Buildings in the park, emerges as an urban project, that seeks to integrate to the rambla and the city of Montevideo. Located at the end of the pedestrian main street “Sanrandí” the project regenerates and activates what it used to be a -None space-. With slopes and rises, oneways, gardens and squares which serve as access to different buildings.


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PERSONAL PRACTICE


PROJECTS [9,10,11]

COMPETITIONS [12,13,14,15,16]` 9.OCHOA HOUSE TOLUCA, MEXICO

10.JIE APARTMENT CONDESA, MEXICO DF

11.BOOKSHELF LA HERRADURA, MEXICO

12.ASTRONOMICAL OBSERVATORY ALTO DEL CARMEN, CHILE

13.MEDIA PARK CIUDAD JUAREZ, CHIHUAHUA

14.A HOUSE IN LUANDA LUANDA, ANGOLA

15.GREEN 360 LIMA, PERU

16.MIDE CAFETERIA CENTRO HISTORICO, MEXICO DF

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OCHOA HOUSE

COLABORATION: GABRIELA ETCHEGARAY Toluca, MĂŠxico Year: 2011 Project Client: Ochoa Family

Ochoa House or Wall House, is located in a lot beside the Mexico-Toluca Highway. For this reason the program includes the construction of a wall which unfolds in order to allocate the program. This wall is also a requirement from the clients, so that the project stablish a system that can optimize its construction and yet preserving the existent nature: two trees. The main access remarks the concept while at the same time different platforms are used as transition spaces between the interior and the exterior. There two skins into the project one is hard; stone. The other is soft; wood in order to integrate to the rural context. The volumnes adquire a series of perforations based on the site orientation.


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JIE APARTMENT

COLABORATION: GABRIELA ETCHEGARAY Condesa, MĂŠxico City. Year: 2011 CONSTRUCTED PROJECT Client: Private

The project is a renewal for a 120 sqm apartment located in Mexico City. The client’s needs is to augment the closet area existing on the bedroom. The proposal takes out an existing wall between two bedrooms in order to create a single master bedroom. The project is integrated through a wood panel that changes and adapts to different conditions allowing light and subdividing the space within the walking closet and a lounge area. The panels are modulated and they duplicate the existent storage area. The element is not only organizing the space, yet is a transition between different spaces.


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Access Living Room TV Lounge Bedroom 1 Bathroom Walking Closet Laundry

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ASTRONOMICAL OBSERVATORY

COLABORATION: GABRIELA ETCHEGARAY Alto del Carmen, Chile. Year: 2010 COMPETITION: FIRST PRIZE

The project as as a building in a mountain, an intervention in the landscape. The intervention is between the subtle and a material contrasted nature that becomes visible only when it is strictly necessary. Elements involved in the nature, respond to its relationship with the skirts of the mountain and the sky. This generates different perspectives with visibility and no visibility areas depending on the program requirements. The intervention consists of several individual formal objects linked by paths. These paths are placed responding to the topography, and are made out of elements of the site. Other spaces like plazas are limited and formed through the paths and stairs, taking into consideration that they should be merged with the landscape.


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MEDIA PARK

COLABORATION: GABRIELA ETCHEGARAY Ciudad JuĂĄrez, MĂŠxico. YEAR: 2011 COMPETITION : ARQUINE

Photosynthesis is the process that transforms sunlight into energy. Urban Photosynthesis is understand as a process that becomes a catalyst for development and transformation within the social and physical realm of a city. Media park is the core that germinates and revitalizes Ciudad Juarez through the recovery of abandoned territories due to insecurity reasons in the North of Mexico. The project program is alocated beneath a plaza with different species of dewhich are expanded along the public space and the context.


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A HOUSE IN LUANDA COLABORATION: GABRIELA ETCHEGARAY Luanda, Angola. YEAR: 2010 COMPETITION : TRIENNALE DI LISBOA

The project consist of an isolated group of pavillions linked through different patios. The pavillions lead to patios and patios lead to pavillions. This creates a secuence of interior and exterior spaces creating rythm and correlation into the dwelling. Each building responds to a pavillion prototype with the possibility of changing. Those variations allow a secundary phase for the housing evolution. The materiality is based on self-construction tecniques, each piece could be constructed by the inhanitant with local materials. The distribution scheme generates an urban tissue merging patios within different contexts.


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Access Bedroom 1 Bedroom 2 Patio Toilet Kitchen Pantry Living Room Laundry Bedroom 3 Bedroom 4

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GREEN 360º

COLABORATION: GABRIELA ETCHEGARAY Lima, Peru YEAR: 2009 COMPETITION ARQUITECTUM The project reminds the ancient constructions from the incas, with walls made of stone that are adapted to the site creating different open spaces like patios lobby´s and terraces. The project refuges 8 buildings, with 32 lofts. Unlike the common lofts, these ones in particular, integrate open spaces, in order to create a “loft-house” with diverse spatial conditions and details. The site remains almost green and the lobby is the central core resulting to be the link between the public and private spaces.

PAISAJE LANDSCAPE

MURO CONTENCIÓN RETAINING WALL

CIRCULACIÓN + ESTACIONAMIENTO CIRCULATION + PARKING

MANIPULACIÓN AL TERRENO LANDSCAPE MANIPULATION

VESTÍBLULO DE ACCESO ACCESS PLATFORM

OPEN PLATFORM

PATIO

GROUND

REDEFINE

ESCENARIO CON DIFERENTES CONSTANTES. SECUENCIA DE POSIBILIDADES QUE PUEDEN SALIRSE DE CONTROL. COMPLEJIDAD DE UN SISTEMA ENTRE EL CAOS Y EL ORDEN.

ESCENARIO WITH DIFFERENT CONSTANTS, SEQUENCE OF POSSIBILITIES THAT CAN GET OUT OF CONTROL. A COMPLEX SYSTEM BETWEEN CHAOS AND ORDER.

EL PROYECTI URBANO Y ARQUITECTÓNICO NO ES UNA ABSTRACCIÓN, SINO UNA DISTORCIÓN DE LA REALIDAD Y SU GEOGRAFÍA.

THE URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL PROJECT IS NOT AN ABSTRACT PROJECTION BUT A DISTORTION OF REALITY AND ITS GEOGRAPHY.

TODO ES UN PAISAJE, UN NUEVO CAMPO DE INTERVENCIÓN. MÁS ALLÁ DE DESCRIBIR EL PROYECTO, EL DIAGRA MA SE TRANSFORMA EN EL PROYECTO.

EVERYTHING IS LANDSCAPE, A NEW FIELD OF INTERVENTION. RATHER THAN DESCRIBING THE PROJECT, THE DIAGRAM HAS BECOME THE PROJECT.

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CONDENSAR CIRCULACIÓN CONDENSE CIRCULATION

INSERTAR FACILIDADES INSERT FACILITIES

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CASA LOFT LOFT HOUSE

ANÁLISIS DE VOLUMÉN (CONJUNTO) VOLUME ANALYSIS ( SITE MODEL ) TRIPLE ALTURA TRIPLE HEIGHT

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CASA REGULAR REGULAR HOUSE PATIO

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CIRCULACIÓN VERTICAL VERTICAL CIRCULATION

SE ESTUDIA EL CONCEPTO “LOFT REGULAR” VS “CASA TRADICIONAL” BUSCANDO LA REDEFINICIÓN ESPACIAL QUE REINVENTA LA CONCEP CIÓN TRADICIONAL DEL HABITAR. UNA SERIE DE PATIOS SE INSERTAN AL PROGRAMA TEJIENDO EL PROYECTO A TRAVÉS DE UNA RELACIÓN DE VACIOS Y SÓLIDOS.

TERRENO GROUND

THE CONCEPT “REGULAR LOFT” VS “TRADITIONAL HOUSE” IS EXPLORED BY THE WAY OF SPACIAL REDEFINITION THAT RE-INVENTS THE TRADITIONAL FORM OF LIVING. A GROUP OF “PATIOS” ARE INSERTED WEAVING THE PROJECT THROUGH A VOID - SOLID RELATIONSHIP.

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CAFETERIA INTERACTIVE MUSEUM OF ECONOMY

COLABORATION: GABRIELA ETCHEGARAY Historic Center, MĂŠxico DF Year: 2009 COMPETITION : FINALIST

Competition by invitation which consisted in turning 3 rooms of the Interactive Museum of Economy -MIDEinto a coffeeshop/restaurant.The proposal included a recreational area connected to a restaurant by a tranSeries of sculptural objects are inThe materiality of the project is indispensable , considering the apprologued as sustainable.


BISTRO

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BOOKSHELF

COLABORATION: GABRIELA ETCHEGARAY La Herradura, Mexico City. Year: 2010 CONSTRUCTED

The project aim is to make an object that could be used in different ways and arragements. It consists on a frame which is attached to the wall as if it were a horizontal-linepainting. Within these lines the shelfs appear in different 3 different sizes. The shelfs are not anchored structurally to the frame, so that one is able to move and arrange them on different possitions. through the client´s choice. The object can change; hence, it is not a static piece, but an object adapted to different spatial perspectives and alternatives related to the personal client’s selection.


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COLLABORATIONS


OFFICES

[17,18,19,20,21,22] 17.GENERAL ARCHIVES OF THE NATION, AGN MAURICIO ROCHA + AMBROSI ARCHITECTS

18.TEXCOCO ECOLOGICAL PARK INAQUI ECHEVERRIA ARCHITECTS

19.PLAYA ONDA HOTEL ELEMENTAL + ALEJANDRO ARAVENA ARCHITECTS

20.FHD-DÜSSELDORF FAR: FROHN & ROJAS

21.FUNDADORES TOWER ENRIQUE NORTEN ARCHITECTS 22.ISSSTE OFFICE BUILDING ENRIQUE NORTEN ARCHITECTS

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GENERAL ARCHIVES OF THE NATION MAURICIO ROCHA/ AMBROSI ARCHITECTS COMPETITION Mexico City, Mexico / 2010 OFFICE RELATED: Intermediate Architect WORKED ON: Project Development

The project must be understand like an acupuntury proposal. The objective was to renew the existent building which owns a particular geometry givIt involves a central plaza -a new public space for the city- generating a cultural space with possibilities for new activities The cental space is set by a ring which functions as circulation that ing. At the center of this ring a tower is placed, recalling the preexisting memory and becoming a bower with eight experiences in eight steps celebrating its four sides and four corners; incluiding eight of the Panopticon composition axis, making possible an abstract composition and synthesis building. Besides the central piece which acts as an articulator in each building different spaces came along different patios and voids that can be appreciated from this ring and tower.


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TALLER DE ARQUITECTURA MAURICIO ROCHA / image

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TEXCOCO ECOLOGICAL PARK IĂ‘AKI ECHEVERRIA ARCHITECTS

Mexico City, Mexico / 2010 OFFICE RELATED: Intermediate Architect WORKED ON:Project Development Stigmatized for more than 30 years, the basin of the Mexico City valley has an opportunity to reinvent itself. Lands formerly occupied by the Texcoco Lake can be reclaimed today as part of a new ecology that incorporates nature, culture and infrastructure: a cultural ecology. The strength of a park proposal is not based on its image design, but in bility and performance, in how robust is its environmental foundation. This is why Lake Texcoco Ecological Park is not simply based on a park design but in the design of strategies for a park.

iĂąaki echeverria / image


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PLAYA ONDA HOTEL RESORT ELEMENTAL & ALEJANDRO ARAVENA ARCHITECTS Saboga Island,Panama / 2010 OFFICE RELATED: Intermediate Architect WORKED ON:Project Development

The context generates the project. Considering restrictions as parameters of design. Several aspects: geographic, topographic and constructive limits. The building follows the nature of the topography and the site, with a linear path in which units are settled taking advantage of the location:the waterfront.


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FHD-DUSSELDORF CAMPUS FAR - FROHN & ROJAS COMPETITION D端sseldorf, Germany / 2009 OFFICE RELATED: Intermediate Architect WORKED ON:Project Development

Private competition organized by the German Government. The project consist on developing diverse buildings for the University of D端sseldorf. The site includes existing hercovered and transformed. The central idea is to create a green public space that connects and integrates the city. A green articulator that affects the shape of the buildings. The shape rameters like orientation and solar radiation; existing living roofs and ceilings with power generators. The project is energetical selfexistent

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FUNDADORES TOWER TEN / ENRIQUE NORTEN ARCHITECTS Monterrey, Mexico 2008/2009 OFFICE RELATED: Junior Architect WORKED ON:Project Development

The high-rise is inserted within the urban context in the north of the country in Monterrey, meant to be “the highest in Latin America� with 67 levels. The project is a mixed-use building including different facilities like restaurants and various amenities. It is integrated to the context with an urban scale base generated on the two main volumes. serve to distinguish the different uses.


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ISSSTE OFFICE BUILDING TEN / ENRIQUE NORTEN ARCHITECTS Mexico OFFICE Junior WORKED

City, Mexico 2008 RELATED: Architect ON:Project development

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The project is to create a new headquarters for the Security and SoThe proposal is generated through an envelope addressed as a membrane which is linked to green spaces inside the building. different open areas like terraces, patios and lobbys are created. This

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whilethe facade is transformed. Over the site it is created a plaza-park, a public space within the


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