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ANA LUISA RUMBOS GUERRA Architecture and Interior Design.


EDUCATION Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) Savannah, GA. B.F.A. in Architecture GPA: 3.84 Expected graduation: June 2018

EXPERIENCE UNTITLED Art Fair at Art Basel | Miami, FL Docent/Student SCAD Ambassador | December 2017 - Knowledge of information about the art fair - being able to explain each Carlos Cruz-Diez artwork to the public -making sure the artworks are presentable at all time

SKILLS

ANA LUISA RUMBOS GUERRA https://issuu.com/anarumbos/docs/portfolio_alrg +1 (912) 306 5046 alrg96@gmail.com US Citizen

Software: Microsoft Office; Adobe Illustrator, InDesign, Photoshop and Acrobat; Autodesk Revit, AutoCAD, Meshmixer; Sketchup, and 3DS Max

Design: Creative, Leader, Multitasker, 3D Modeling. Language: Proficient in English and Spanish

LEADERSHIP, SERVICE AND INVOLVEMENT Maria Corina Machado Stock Collection Center Volunteer December 2011

Presidential Elections Protocol Volunteer October 2012

United Reaction Secretary 2016-2017

Carlos Cruz-Diez Exhibition Volunteer February 2017

YMA Fashion Scholarship Fund | Savannah, GA Interior Design | September 2017 - November 2017 - Top 20 winner - Designed the interior of a pop up store for Alexander Wang - Produced all interior design renderings using Revit and photoshop

Silverspot Cinema | Miami, FL Interior Design Intern | August 2017 - Designed Floor Plans - organized the interior creating a new lounge space - Selection of furniture for a project

Alejandro Barrios Carrero | Miami, FL Architectural Intern | June 2017 - August 2017 - Produced all architectural renderings using Revit, 3ds max, and photoshop - Assisted Graphic Designers in editing architectural drawings, photos, and renderings - Developed and presented project presentation to clients - visited construction sites, interacting with engineers, contractors and construction personnel - Designed Floor Plans - Designed the interior of one bedroom for two boys and a nursery bedroom.

HONORS AND AWARDS SCAD CLC Prysmian Competition Top 20 Winner 2014

SCAD Academic Honor Scholarship 2014-2018

SCAD Achievement Honor Scholarship 2014-2018

SCAD Dean’s List 2014-Present

- Selection of furniture for various projects - Selection of materials for various projects

Parsons “The New School” | NY, NY Summer Intensive Studies | Summer 2013 - Fashion, graphic, and product Design Course - formulation of ideas, decision making, and problem solving - research, concept development, sketching and prototyping, iterative project development, and written reflection - fundamentals of drawing, sketching and illustration techniques, using digital tools in Adobe Creative Suite, digital photography, and 3D materials and processes


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POKE 305

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OS ALAMOS RESIDENCE

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SINAIA TRASIT STATION

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M15

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HANARE JAPANESE ARCHERY

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CHARLESTON COMMUNITY CARE

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SAINT-JEAN DE LUZ AQUARIUM

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SKETCHES


POKE 305 | MIAMI, FLORIDA - COCONUT GROVE - ALTON ROAD - AVENTURA MALL

Aluminum

Wood

White Brick

Walnut Hardwood

Emeco Broom Chair

Plywood pendant scandinavian light


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OS ALAMOS RESIDENCE | SAO PAULO, BRAZIL AREA: 8,000 SQ FEET Project Statement

This 8,000 square feet residential project located in Sao Paulo district Pacaembu is designed

for a couple of artists and its two kids. Special attention was paid to client’s artistic process, collection, experiential progression, and conditions of landscape.

The name Os Alamos was inspired from my old hometown home, Los Alamos, which was sadly de-

molished two years ago. My country’s critical economic situation gave my parents no choice but to sell the house of their dreams – one they worked five years on and where they pictured the rest of their lives in. I dedicate this project to los alamos, in honor to the beautiful house in which I lived many years of uncountable and unforgettable moments.

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GROUND LEVEL 5

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1 Entrance 2 Parking 3 Kitchen 4 Service Room 5 Dining Room 6 Laundry Room 7 Restroom 8 Living Room 9 Outdoor Deck

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UNDERGROUND LEVEL

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1 Gallery 2 Pool 3 Outdoor Deck 4 Barbecue

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1 Bedroom 2 Bedroom 3 Family room 4 Studio 5 Master Bedroom 6 Master Walking Closet 7 Master Restroom

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SINAIA TRANSIT STATION | SINAIA, RUMANIA AREA: 10,000 SQ FEET Project Statement

In the historic mountain resort Sinaia, which has become very popular in the

last 20 years, the transfer from the lower level of the train station to the upper level of the city has become increasingly agglomerated. The city would like to find a solution for fast and smooth transferring of tourists from the train station to their accommodations in the resort and/or to other proximal tourist attractions. The proposed transit station will be located across the street from the historic train station on a slope of 45 degrees. Concept Statement

Inspired by the reinterpretation of torsion, the contemporary pavilion along

with its path, allows a continuous flow of people to connect between the train station and the city while it blends with the historical surroundings of sinaia, romania.

Axis

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Torsion

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Path from level 1 to level 3

Path from level 3 to level 1


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Romania

Sinaia Bucharest

Main Roads Paths Train Rails

Vegetation

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Circulation Access Parking Taxi area

Buildings 20 Ft Setbacks Electrical Public Lights Sewage Water Utility

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Dawn-23:2 5 Sunrise-23:55 Solar Noon-05:3 1 Sunset-11:0 7 Dusk-11:3 6

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Dawn-21:5 6 Sunrise-22:33 Solar Noon-06:1 7 Sunset-14:0 0 Dusk-14:3 7

beech fir spruce larch maple elm mountain ash birch alder

Dawn-23:1 1 Sunrise-23:42 Solar Noon-06:1 8 Sunset-12:5 5 Dusk-13:2 6

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Dawn-00:0 6 Sunrise-00:39 Solar Noon-05:0 8 Sunset-09:3 7 Dusk-10:1 1


GROUND LEVEL

SECOND LEVEL

6 Restrooms 7 Elevator 8 Ramp

6 Elevator 7 Outdoor Terrace

1 Parking 2 Entrance 3 Reception 4 Waiting Area 5 Storage

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LEVEL 3 ROOF

LEVEL 3 WALLS

SKIN

LEVEL 3 FLOOR

LEVEL 2 ROOF

LEVEL 2 WALLS

SKIN

LEVEL 2 FLOOR

INTERIOR RAMP

LEVEL 1 ROOF

LEVEL 1 WALLS

SKIN

LEVEL 1 FLOOR


M15 | PITTSBURGH, PA, USA AREA: 35,000 SQ FEET Project Statement M15 is the home for one of Pittsburgh’s top maker communities. This project is a 35,000 sq ft building with retail maker market, maker spaces, and a residential section. M15 combines the compactness and efficiency of a courtyard building with the airiness and the expansive views of a high-rise building. The courtyard is a fragment of nature framed by facades on three sides while creating a sanctuary for the residents in the heart of the block. This concept is inspired by the idea of a community coming together with the benefit of having maximum openness with absolute privacy.

The Site

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Massing

Sun Path

The Courtyard

Programming

Views from the site

Circulation


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PITTSBURGH MAP

NNW 337.5

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NNE 22.5 NE 45

NW 315

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ENE 67.5

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WSW 247.5

ESE 112.5

SW 225

SE 135 MAN-MADE Historic Districs = The Point Zone =

NATURAL = River End Zone

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= High Flooding Hazard = Moderate Flooding Hazard

SSW 202.5

180 S

SSE 157.5

The Market Zone = SOCIAL/POLITICAL Points of Interest = Vehicular Transit = Pedestrian Transit =


Residential Fourth Level 25. 2 bed, 1 bed, and Studio Apartments

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Residential third Level 24. 2 bed, 1 bed, and Studio Apartments

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Residential Second Level 23. 2 bed, 1 bed, and Studio Apartments

Residential First Level

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21. Gallery/Collective Retail for Makers 22. 2 bed, 1 bed, and Studio Apartments

RETAIL/MAKER FIRST LEVEL

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8. Screen Print Shop 9. Metal Lab 10. Bike Shop 11. Administrative Offices 12. Jewelry/Textile Studio 13. Locker Room 14. Electric Lab 15. Leasable Storage 16. Classrooms 17. Wet Studio 18. Casting Studio 19. Individual Studio Spaces 20. Gallery/Collective Retail

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Entry/ Lobby/ Breakroom/ Social Area Digital Fabrication Lab Robotics Lab Wood Shop Gallery/Collective Retail for Makers Anchor Retail/Commercial Business - Brewery Residential Lobby 0

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HANARE JAPANESE ARCHERY | MORIKAMI MUSEUM AND JAPANESE GARDENS, DELRAY BEACH, FLORIDA, USA AREA: 7,000 SQ FEET Project Statement

This facility is designed as a space for Kyudo, the Japanese martial art of archery,

also known as the way of the bow. Kyudo is a living tradition of meditative archery rooted in old warrier tranditions of Japan. Today, is Being practiced by thousands of people all over the world for their mental schooling as well as for their physical and spiritual development. The simple elegance of the movements, the beauty of the bow and arrows and the atmosphere of quietness and dignity predominant in the practice of time and place, have a great fascination for those who wish to work upon the path of self-knowledge. Architecture can play a role by facilitating the spatial condition to achieve such harmonious mental state of mind.

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1 Lobby 2 Gallery 3 Administration 4 restrooms 5 Kyudo Arena 6 Judging Booth 7 Public Booth 8 Zen Garden


TOWER

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ZEN GARDEN ROOF STRCUTURAL TRUSSES

STRUCTURAL BEAMS

STRUCTURAL COLUMNS

WALLS

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ROOF WALLS STOREFRONT LOUVERS

STOREFRONT

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INTERIOR LOUVERS WALLS

STOREFRONT

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CHARLESTON COMMUNITY CARE FOR INDIVIDUAL NEEDS | ALHAMBRA HALL, CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA, USA AREA: 25,000 SQ FEET Project Statement

The Developmental Center is a multi-family housing and education center for children and

adults with developmental disabilities. This project seeks to provide a dedicated space for families to educate and nurture children in a supportive environment, allowing the disabled individuals to remain on the site throughout adulthood. Concept Statement

A community to help individuals, who need care and support, to live with dignity and in-

dependence.

Intersect

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Program Analysis

Residential

Residential

Resident’s Area

Client/Family Areas

Developmental

Resident’s Support

Support Spaces

Staff/Admin Support

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Developmental


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GROUND LEVEL

1 Dormitories 2 Family Rooms 3 Library 4 Cafeteria

5 Fitness Center 6 Administration 7 Staff/Admin Support

1 Entrance 2 Lobby 3 Classrooms 4 Sensory Gym

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JOIST HANGER

STEEL KNIFE PLATE

JOIST

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BRIDGING

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FOUNDATION

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SAINT-JEAN DE LUZ AQUARIUM | SAINT-JEAN DE LUZ, FRANCE Project Statement

The Saint-Jean de Luz Aquarium is a public aquarium located in the community in the pyrones-at-

lantiques department in south-western France. This community has a bay situated on the east of the bay of Biscay, which is the only sheltered bay between Arcachon and Spain. The aquarium houses ten of thousans of fish and other sea animals representing several hundred species native to Spain and France. The experience not only consists on visiting these animals and learning about them, but also, the height of the building allows the guests to experience the entire bay, the river. and the beach on a whole new level.

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SKETCHES

Watercolor and Ink

Watercolor and Ink

Watercolor and Ink

Watercolor and Ink

Color Pencils and Ink

Watercolor and Ink

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ANA LUISA RUMBOS GUERRA +1 (912) 306 5046 alrg96@gmail.com


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