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ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO 2018


Anabel Gutiérrez Galván 22 - 01 - 1996 Monterrey, México anabel gutierrez @ hotmail.com + 52 8116403278 issu: issuu.com/anabel_gutierrez 360° models: http://afly.co/5cm

EDUCATION 2011 - 2014

International Baccalaureate - IB diploma Liceo de Monterrey

Monterrey, México

2014 - Present

Bachelor of Architecture Honors Instituto Tecnológico de Monterrey

Monterrey, México

Aug 2015

Architecture Design Studio I - Residential Housing Instituto Tecnológico de Monterrey

Arch. Luis Villareal

Jan 2016

Architecture Design Studio II - Collective Housing Instituto Tecnológico de Monterrey

Arch. Claudia Carreño

Aug 2016

Architecture Design Studio III - Educational Instituto Tecnológico de Monterrey

Arch. Bernardo Gil

Feb 2017

Architecture Design Studio V - Mixed Use University of Canberra - Australia

Prof. Gevork Hartoonian Instructor: Ben walker, Alex Gorecki, Ursa Komac

Aug 2017

Architecture Design Studio IV - Communitary Instituto Tecnológico de Monterrey

Arch. Enrique Salas Arch. Rigo Almaguer

Jan 2018

Architecture Integrated Design Studio I - semester i Bim - Edification - Instituto Tecnológico de Monterrey

Arch. Lorena Zazueta Arch. Rodrigo Maisterrena

WORKSHOPS

ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE Summer 2017

Japanese Gallery Okayama Prefectural University

Okayama, Japan

Jan 2018

Vinculated program - Semester i - Bim Edification Vinculated Companies - Termo Tecnica Quin - Bauen

Monterrey, México

Aug 2018 - Present

Vinculated program - Real Estate Projects Vinculated Company - Orange Investments

Monterrey, México

Aug 2018 - Present

Vinculated studio - Integrated Design Studio II Vinculated Companies - Landa Arquitectos - Wam Arquitectos

Monterrey, México


SOFTWARE Illustrator Indesign Vray BIM 360 Glue Navisworks Microsoft Office

Revit Revit MEP AutoCad Sketchup 3ds Max Photoshop

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Jan 2018 Summer 2018 Ago 2018 - Present

Architectural assistant of Digital Media Revit - AutoCad - 3ds Max Insituto Tecnológico de Monterrey Mep designer Termo Técnica Quin, S.A. de C.V.

Monterrey, México

Mep designer Termo Técnica Quin, S.A. de C.V.

Monterrey, México

Monterrey, México

AWARDS & ACCOMPLISHMENTS 2014

IB Diploma International Baccalaureate

2015

Best honors average from the school of Architecture, Art and Design Monterrey, México International Degree Program Student Association - ITESM

2015

Nominated as in recognition of your distinguished Academic Achievements and Impressive Performance in your classes. International Degree Program Student Association - ITESM Treasurer - Student Society from the school of Architecture. Instituto Tecnológico de Monterrey

Monterrey, México

2017

International Exchange Program University of Canberra - Australia

Canberra, Australia

2017

Accreditation in 3dsMax & Vray Arkitectonik

Saltillo, México

2016

Monterrey, México

Monterrey, México

EXTRACURRICULAR AND SOCIAL SERVICES 2011 - 2017

Cadena Seeley - Social Catholic Coordination Team

2016

Impulso Urbano - Social Service

LANGUAGES Spanish English Italian -

Native Advanced Basic

SKILLS Model 3d software Model 3d making Sketching Team Work - Leadership


index

02

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cultural point 2018

01

page 04

curriculum vitae

03

page 44

manuka circle 2017


05

page 78

tamayo - gastro park 2017

04

page 68

casa patio 2017

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page 86

job experience 2018


Cultural point monterrey, mexico studio: architecture integrated design studio i semester i - bim edification prof: arch. lorena zazueta arch. rodrigo maisterrena date: jan 2018

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360 Model in: Sky Easy Pano http://afly.co/5cm


This project was developed in collaboration with Julieta Jaramillo, Miguel GĂłmez and MarĂ­a Yarte. Semester i - BIM Edification was divided in two phases where we emerged totally in this project. The first one focused on architectural design studio and the second phase focused on the BIM engineering and structure design and analysis.


400m 800m

Monterrey, Nuevo leon, mexico The site 10556.26m2 is located in the south of Monterrey, Mexico in one of the most important suburbs, Distrito Tec. This area is highly occupied by students and families. The construction typologies around the site include the university and education, housing and small retail. Distrito Tec is an organization with the initiative project of urban regeneration around the site. Large scale projects are being planned, such as the stadium, wellness center, mixed used, the cultural center, and other projects.

Main Roads 400-800m distance Bus station stop metro station


Site Analysis

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3. Food 4. Coffee

5. San Juan Bosco Church 6. Housing

acces points

7. Mixed use 8. Park

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9. Wellness Center 10. Parking E1

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The main concepts for this project were: The Central Space, Flows, Connection and Relation. The Central Space is a result of the position of both buildings, this was a decision made from the site analysis, the sun path and the study of the winds. The flows that already exist were a very important factor to consider, we designed this Cultural Center so that students could have a nice and interesting gathering area that resulted as a connection between the theater, the university and the Park.


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350 seats 450 seats 1200 seats

Medium Level entrance to theater

Level 3 entrance to theater Level 2 entrance to theater Level 1 entrance to theater Main entrance

Ground Floor entrance to theater

Vertical Circulation


theater 13

level 03 11

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level 02

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Lobby

2.

Orchestra pit

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Lifting platform

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Stage

5.

Backstage

6.

MEP room

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Dressing rooms

8.

Main Restaurant

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Theater room

10. Toilet 8

level 01

11. Storage 12. Sound booth 13. Lighting cabin

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The theater was our main and most important building in the design phase. Our goal was to make an iconic building for the Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education and the city as well. We studied the area with different ideas, most of them organic and wavy. The theater’s capacity is for 2,000 spectators, offering any type of Broadway musicals and plays. This was achieved according to the necessity of appropriate stage areas, backstage and a lifting platform.


The Black Box theater has an amphitheater facing the Park. In front of it, facing North, is located the Main Theater and behind it towards the mountain “Cerro de la Silla” is located the Art & Culture building. The Black Box has an underground gallery for students to create expositions and the theater’s capacity is for 300 people. The Art & Culture building has 2 restaurants and common areas on the ground floor. Offices and class rooms are located in the upper levels.


art & culture

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level 02

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level 01 20

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ground floor 11

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underground level 18

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Black box

10. Toilet 11. Storage 12. Sound booth 13. Lighting cabin 14. Scenography room 15. Art & Culture lobby 13

16. Restaurant

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17. Kitchen 18. Garbage 19. Dancing room

30

20. Orchestra room 21. Music room 27

22. Ceramic room

30

23. Kitchen room 29

24. Rehearsal room 25. Offices

11 30

26. Painting room 28

27. Commons 28. Black Box lobby 29. Gallery 30. MEP room

10 30


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Level 01

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Ground Floor 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Lobby Orchestra pit Lifting platform Stage Backstage MEP room Dressing rooms Main Restaurant

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1. Lobby 2. Orchestra pit 3. Lifting platform  4. Stage 5. Backstage 6. MEP room 7. Dressing rooms 8. Main Restaurant 9. Theater room 10. Toilet 11. Storage 12. Sound booth 13. Lighting cabin

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18.

  Lobby Orchestra pit  Lifting platform Stage Backstage MEP room Dressing rooms Main Restaurant Theater room Toilet Storage Sound booth Lighting cabin Scenography room Art & Culture lobby Restaurant Kitchen Garbage

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Level 02

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23.

Lobby Orchestra pit Lifting platform Stage Backstage  MEP room Dressing rooms Main Restaurant  Theater room Toilet Storage Sound booth Lighting cabin Scenography room Art & Culture lobby Restaurant Kitchen Garbage Dancing room Orchestra room Music room Ceramic room Kitchen room

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.  13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28.

Lobby Orchestra pit Lifting platform Stage Backstage MEP room Dressing rooms  Main Restaurant  Theater room Toilet Storage Sound booth   Lighting cabin Scenography room Art & Culture lobby Restaurant Kitchen Garbage Dancing room Orchestra room Music room Ceramic room Kitchen room Rehearsal room Offices Painting room Commons Black Box lobby

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30.

Lobby Orchestra pit Lifting platform    Stage Backstage MEP room Dressing rooms Main Restaurant  Theater room Toilet Storage Sound booth  Lighting cabin Scenography room Art & Culture lobby Restaurant Kitchen  Garbage Dancing room Orchestra room Music room Ceramic room Kitchen room Rehearsal room Offices Painting room Commons Black Box lobby Gallery MEP room

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South Elevation

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Cross Section

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Lobby Orchestra pit Lifting platform Stage Backstage MEP room Dressing rooms Main Restaurant

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

Lobby Orchestra pit Lifting platform Stage Backstage MEP room Dressing rooms Main Restaurant Theater room Toilet Storage Sound booth Lighting cabin

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18.

Lobby Orchestra pit Lifting platform Stage Backstage MEP room Dressing rooms Main Restaurant Theater room Toilet Storage Sound booth Lighting cabin Scenography room Art & Culture lobby Restaurant Kitchen Garbage


ELEVATIONS AND SECTIONS

West Elevation

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23.

Lobby Orchestra pit Lifting platform Stage Backstage MEP room Dressing rooms Main Restaurant Theater room Toilet Storage Sound booth Lighting cabin Scenography room Art & Culture lobby Restaurant Kitchen Garbage Dancing room Orchestra room Music room Ceramic room Kitchen room

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28.

Lobby Orchestra pit Lifting platform Stage Backstage MEP room Dressing rooms Main Restaurant Theater room Toilet Storage Sound booth Lighting cabin Scenography room Art & Culture lobby Restaurant Kitchen Garbage Dancing room Orchestra room Music room Ceramic room Kitchen room Rehearsal room Offices Painting room Commons Black Box lobby

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30.

Lobby Orchestra pit Lifting platform Stage Backstage  MEP room  Dressing rooms  Main Restaurant Theater room Toilet Storage Sound booth Lighting cabin Scenography room Art & Culture lobby  Restaurant Kitchen Garbage Dancing room Orchestra room Music room Ceramic room Kitchen room Rehearsal room Offices Painting room Commons Black Box lobby Gallery MEP room

Longitudinal Section 

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Render of the vertical circulations: best known as the heart’s building. Materials: wood, white marble and stainless steel.


night exterior render

render of the central space


The structure’s theater was calculated with Autodesk Robot Structural Analysis. The underground parking levels are designed with Reinforced Concrete Slabs and Columns. And from Level 01 up to Level 03 we designed the structure of Stainless-Steel Slabs and Bars. Steel columns were calculated, and the main structure core is Reinforced Concrete walls.

MEP Engineering’s were designed for the Black Box and the Culture & Art Building. This phase was worked in collaboration with our vinculated company Termo Técnica Quin, S.A. de C.V. Heating ventilation and air conditioning systems were proposed, interior lighting and electric substation were designed and for plumbing we designed drainage and water supply. Interference checks where studied and analyzed with Revit and Navisworks.


structure & mep engineerings 

Moulding  Galvadeck angle   Support    Main beam Moulding  Galvadeck angle   Support  Main  beam

Concrete  Galvadeck 22   W21x223

Revit

Concrete  Joist 16k7 Galvadeck 22 

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Revit

Joist 16k7 Stainless Steel Structure

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Stainless Steel Structure Reinforced concrete wall 60cm  Embedded plate

 

Connection plate wall 60cm  concrete Reinforced  Embedded plate  W21x223 Connection plate 

 

5/8” Screw 

W21x223

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5/8” Screw 

Reinforced Concrete and Steel Structure

Robot

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Reinforced Concrete and Steel Structure

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2

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  

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

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  Reinforced Reinforced   Concrete Concrete  

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2

 

  

1





  

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



2









Robot

Stainless Steel Slab - Theater 

Stainless Steel Slab - Theater


Lighting - Cross Section

Lighting - 3D view

Lighting - Level 01

Electric Substation - 3D view






electrical engineering

Electric Substation Longitudinal Section

Electric Substation Floor Plan


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HVAC - Level 01

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Level 03

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HVAC - Underground Level

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HVAC - Level 02


mechanical engineering

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section 5/001


manuka circle canberra, australia studio: design studio 3.1 university of canberra prof: gevork hartoonian tutor: ben walker date: feb 2017

page 44


The Container This project started with the idea of analyzing a container. The Container I chose is a black and small Baccardi Speaker. Throughout thinking and analyzing it I found the inside of the speaker interesting. I imagined the inside geometric forms of circles and ovals as the organic waves of music. Our goal was to design a building according to the container. Diagrams, sketches and models were created in order to find an appropriate form for the mixed use building.

front

TOP


process and ideas

TOP CONE BASE MAGNET ELECTRIC CURRENT BASE SECTION A-A'

A

A'

TOP

Acrylic Models


400m 800m

canberra, act, Australia The site 1,570m2 is located in Canberra Ave just across Manuka Oval. Canberra is the capital city of Australia. The city urban design is from Mahony Griffin and its forms of geometric circles, hexagons and triangles are centered on axes aligned within the topographical landmarks of the Australian Capital Territory.

Main Roads 400-800m distance Bus station stop


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nu ka

Cir .

Site Analysis

a err nb Ca e. av Cir .

1.

nu ka

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rra a ve.

8. 9.

1. Manuka Oval

3. St. Christopher’s School

5. Commonwealth bank

7. Shops

9. Manuka Plaza

2. St. Christopher’s Cathedral

4. Medical Center

6. Cinemas Manuka

8. Retail

10. St. Pauls Anglican Church

gathering spaces

acces points

views

foliage


A

73 m2

53 M2

The concept for the ground floor is elevated in pilotis to create open and free areas for retail. A central axis is formed in between booth volumes and this marks a strong connection with the Park-Manuka Oval up north and Manuka Plaza on the south. Another axis is created on the east – west direction to create a connection between the shops, the central space and receive pedestrians into the entrance of the building circulations.


A'

Ground Floor Plan 0

1M

5

10


concept

Site 1,570m

2

Retal Flow

day care two-one story apartment two-two story apartment circulations

Connection

Hierachy and Form

Circulations are the heart, located in the middle to create a line from exterior to interior. The void on the center lets natural light illuminate the circulations from the highest level all the way to the ground floor level. Interior bridges are used on levels 2, 4 and 6 to connect with the first level of the two-story apartments. The bridges result as a relation with the exterior central space.


Program

Level 4

Level 8

Level 3

Level 7

Level 2

Level 6

Level 1

Level 5

Ground Floor


Level 03

day care 305m

2

one story apartment 130m

2

one story apartment 155m

2

two story apartment - 200m2 two story apartment - 295m2 Level 02

2

Level 1

Level 01

0

1M

5

10


Floor Plans

ONE STORY APARTMENT 155M2

one story Apartment


section

Level 9 28.00

Level 8 25.00

Level 7 22.00

Level 6 19.00

Level 5 16.00

Level 4 13. 00

Level 3 10.00

Level 2 7.00

Level 1 4.00

Ground Floor

0.00

Section A-A’ 00

10 1M 1M

10


elevations

North Elevation

West Elevation

South Elevation

East Elevation 0

5M 0

5M

15 15


model


perspective views

North Elevation

South Elevation

West Elevation

East Elevation


Floor Plans


Casa patio monterrey, mexico studio: constructive studio i prof: arch. ernesto polendo date: ago 2017

page 68


For this project, CASA PATIO, the intention was to create all the technical data and executive plans for Constructive Design Studio I. The first impression on the entrance is a glass vestibule, the first patio. That’s the concept for this project: The patios that make the interior areas feel like exterior. The site terrain is small, but the objective of the patios is to create a relation between interior-exterior. The first patio is a concrete wall with gravel and water on the surface area. The second patio is a green area located in between the stairs and the kitchen, this lets natural light inside the interior areas. The ground floor is public and the private areas are located on Level 01.


level 01

ground floor


LP A

B

C

D

E

F LP

10.00 0.08 1.15

2.35

1.35

5.00

0.08

8 LP

0.08

7

4.15 4.45 4.55 2.45

B'

2.10

B

1.65 2.05

LP

LP

3.53

3.53

1

1

2.05

2

2

1.65

3

3

2.10

4

4

2.45

5

5

25.00

25.00

4.55

6

6

4.45

7

4.15

0.08

8 LP

a'

a

10.00 0.08 1.15

LP A

2.35

1.35

B

C

5.00

D

E

0.08

F LP

ground floor 0

1

5 esc 1:150


Floor Plans LP A

B

C

D

E

F LP

10.00 0.08 1.15

2.35

1.35

5.00

0.08

8 LP

0.08

10

6.64

9

3.80 2.71

5

25.00

4

2.45

2

1.65

1

2.05

LP

3.53

LP

3.53

1

2.05

2

1.65

3

B'

2.10

B

3

2.10

4

2.45

5

25.00

2.71

9

3.80

10

6.64

0.08

8 LP

a

a`

10.00 0.08 1.15

LP A

2.35

B

1.35

C

5.00

D

E

0.08

F LP

level 01 0

1M

3

5


0.70 4.55

3.60

7.90 3.60

0.95 2.40

0.08 1.14

LP A

2.35

B

1.35

C

10.00

D

1.65

3.35

E

0.08

F LP

section b - b’

0.08

LP 8

4.15


0.60

3.60

8.50

3.60

0.70

SECTIONS

4.45

2.45

4.55

1.65

2.10

5.58

25.00

7

6

5

4

3

2

LP

section a - a’ 0

1M

3

5


ground floor

level 01


hvac and lighting floor plans

ground floor

level 01 0

1M

3

5


tamayo

gastro park monterrey, mexico studio: architecture design studio iv prof: arch. enrique salas arch. rigo almaguer date: ago 2017

page 78


site plan

west facade


concept

This project was designed in collaboration with Mauricio Solano. The intention for this project is a gastronomic park with the possibility of multiple events such as tasting fairs, open restaurants, local events from food entrepreneurs and many others that don’t necessarily have to be part of a gastronomic concept. Flexible modules are ordered in an orthogonal reticulate around a central plaza and with the option of free modulation between them. The other rectangular module is fixed and created by a reticulate of 2.44x4.88. The interior offers the possibility of any type of small restaurant. The Stainless-Steel roof is created with beams positioned to an angle of 45° to create indirect lights and shades.

Concrete slab

Aluminium louvers

Stainless steel roof

Stainless steel column Concrete wall

Concrete basement

exploded isometric view


1. Service entry 2. Cold storage 3. Cleaning 4. Stove 5. Preparing area 6. Ordering area 7. Serving area 8. Storage 9. Administration 10. Toilet 11. Second entry 12. Extras

0

1

GROUND FLOOR

5 esc 1:100


FLOOR PLANS

stainless steel ROOF 00

1M5M

3

155


ELEVATIONS

NORTH elevation

west elevation

SOUTH elevation

EAST elevation 0

1M

3

5


sections

TRANSVERSAL SECTION

LONGITUDINAL SECTION 0

1M

3


job experience monterrey, mexico termo técnica quin, s.a. de c.v. building information modeling design - mep engineering Date: june 2018 - present

One of the projects I’ve been involved is Silica – North Tower from the architects: Tatiana Bilbao Estudio. The project is a housing building starting on Level 3 and the levels below have a different typology. I was in charge of the MEP modeling and interference check. This exercise was developed in the offices of Termo Técnica Quin S.A. de C.V., I worked in collaboration with the Arch. Luis Alvarado. The objective was to solve one of the levels from the project in order to establish the ceiling heights required for the MEP solutions. We are currently working on the first conceptual phase and will soon be on the basic phase.

page 86


The Project is divided in 4 quadrants. This diagram illustrates the MEP solution for Q1 starting from the Mechanical & Plumbing room as well as from the Electrical room to the entrance of each of the five apartments that belong to this Quadrant. Within this proposal we solved quadrants 2, 3 and 4 with the similar arrangement.

Apt.

Apt. 1

quadrant 1 - mep solution


mep engineerings - quadrant 1

quadrant 1 - mep detail

hvac - chilled water systems hvac - heating water systems plumbing - cold & hot water systems plumbing - gas piping systems plumbing - fire piping systems plumbing - drainage piping systems Apt. 5

electrical - power distribution

.4

quadrant 1 - mep solution

Apt. 2

Apt. 3

floor plan - level 03


mechanical & plumbing room

hvac - chilled water systems hvac - heating water systems plumbing - cold & hot water systems plumbing - gas piping systems plumbing - fire piping systems plumbing - drainage piping systems electrical - power distribution

mechanical & plumbing room

floor plan - level 03


This isometric view illustrates the MEP solution from the corridor into one of the apartments. It was created with the same objective, to establish the ceiling heights required for the MEP solution and to use it as a reference for the next apartments.


mep engineerings - apartment type

hvac - chilled water systems hvac - heating water systems plumbing - cold & hot water systems plumbing - gas piping systems plumbing - fire piping systems plumbing - drainage piping systems electrical - power distribution

apartment type - mep solution

floor plan - level 03


Looking forward to see you soon. Thank you


anabel gutierrez galvan

AGG - Architecture Portfolio 2018  
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