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ÁNGEL RAYA ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO

main degree projects & competitions 2010-2017


ÁNGEL RODRÍGUEZ RAYA

Architectural Portfolio Main degree projects and competitions 2010-2017


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BIOGRAPHY

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GRANADILLA AN UNCERTAINTY CONTROLLED

Ángel Rodríguez Raya

Final degree project | 2016 | Master Plan - Public Space - Infrastructure

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MURILLO CLINIC

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MURILLO ELDERLY DAY CARE CENTER

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PERISTYLIUM STUDENT RESIDENT

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OTHER WORKS

Fourth course project | 2014 | Sanitarian - Public Space

Fifth course project | 2015 | Cultural - Public Space

Fifth course project | 2015 | Apartments- Public Space

2010-2016 | Cultural - Education - Public Space - Master Plan


CURRICULUM VITAE

รNGEL R. RAYA Personal details birth nationality

1992 Spanish

Education 2010-2017 2014 2016 2017

Main Degree Architecture at E.T.S.A.S, Seville, Spain Graphic Design with Adobe Photoshop + Illustrator + Indesign at Seville University, Spain Rhinoceros V5 + Vray 2.0 Certificate at Monzรณn 8, Seville, Spain Autodesk Revit Certificate of Course Completion No. 1GAUM131G2

Professional exp. jun - sep 2014

Business practices at Estepa Townhall, Seville, Spain

Computer skills Autocad Adobe Photoshop Adobe Illustrator Adobe Indesign Autodesk Revit Rhinoceros 3D CypeCad SketchUp

Language skills English

upper-intermediate level (B2)

Contact email tef

web

angel13raya@gmail.com +34 660 88 42 83 issuu.com/angel-raya

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GRANADILLA AN UNCERTAINTY CONTROLLED Final degree project | 2016

Granadilla was a medieval walled village located in Cรกceres (Extremadura). Due to the construction of areservoir during the middle of the last century, the people had to leave the village. Currently, there is a program for repopulation and rehabilitation. The idea for the intervention is to supply the current neccesities of the society (water, electricity, calefaction, etc) in Granadilla (obsolete by disuse) through different elements put in the ruined zone so they can help with the infrastructural neccesities, in adittion this towers connect for the users the different ruined zones with the entrance and the square, the only zones good preserves, and bring new uses for the new habitants morethere the infrastructures's needes. 8


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GRANADILLA, AN UNCERTAINTY CONTROLLED LOCALITATION

GRANADILLA GRANADILLA CÁCERES (EXTREMADURA)

SITUATION IN THE GABRIEL Y GALÁN RESERVOIR

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GRANADILLA


GRANADILLA, AN UNCERTAINTY CONTROLLED HISTORICAL PHOTOGRAPHS DURING THE EXODUS

PROJECT EVOLUTION & TIMELINE

Infrastructures have been traditionally on the spot for generations of architects and urban planners who, due to either their aesthetical condition, or an intuition of their organizational capacity, have been fascinated by the bursting of these elements in the territory. The infrastructures as the expression of an architecture of relations, as well as a support for a changing society and as a formless design logic. 1st Phase

Actual state

2nd Phase

Master Plan intervention Traffic Study for Philadelphia, Louis Kahn 1954. Mondrian, en Field Conditions, Stan Allen 1999. Sistema, Dojima Project, Fumihiko Maki 1964. US Midwest density chart, 2010.

3rd Phase

4th Phase End of master plan Repopulation

Master Plan intervention

Hypothetical future repopulation A

Hypothetical future repopulation B

Hypothetical future repopulation C

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GRANADILLA, AN UNCERTAINTY CONTROLLED TOWER - PUBLIC SPACE | DIAGRAMS All this new elements provide Granadilla with the current life’s requirements. In adittion, they connect the unstructured plot produced by the surrender of the people of the village due to the construction of the reservoir.

Each tower besides one infrastructural function for the future repopulation of Granadilla, this towers help to localizated the visitors and habitants inside the labyrinth of old ruined walls.

The towers have a intrinsic relation with the public space near to they. In order to use these public space, each tower in fuction the site where they are, will give to the space different uses and values.

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GRANADILLA, AN UNCERTAINTY CONTROLLED MASTER PLAN INTERVENTION AXONOMETRIC

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GRANADILLA, AN UNCERTAINTY CONTROLLED TOWER-A | BIOMASS PRODUCTION - WALL ACCESS

LOCALITATION

BIOMASS PRODUCTION DIAGRAM

BASEMENT FLOOR

FIRST FLOOR

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SECOND FLOOR


GRANADILLA, AN UNCERTAINTY CONTROLLED TOWER AXONOMETRIC

THIRD FLOOR

FOURTH FLOOR

FIFTH FLOOR

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GRANADILLA, AN UNCERTAINTY CONTROLLED TOWER-B | WATER SUPPLY - NEW MARKETPLACE

LOCALITATION

W. SUPPLY & DEPURATION DIAGRAM

BASEMENT FLOOR

FIRST FLOOR

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SECOND FLOOR


GRANADILLA, AN UNCERTAINTY CONTROLLED TOWER AXONOMETRIC

THIRD FLOOR

FOURTH FLOOR

FIFTH FLOOR

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GRANADILLA, AN UNCERTAINTY CONTROLLED TOWER-C | WIND POWER PRODUCTION - CRAFTSMAN’S WORKSHOPS

LOCALITATION

WIND POWER PRODUCTION DIAGRAM

BASEMENT FLOOR

FIRST FLOOR

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SECOND FLOOR


GRANADILLA, AN UNCERTAINTY CONTROLLED TOWER AXONOMETRIC

THIRD FLOOR

FOURTH FLOOR

FIFTH FLOOR

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GRANADILLA, AN UNCERTAINTY CONTROLLED TOWER-D | TELECOMMUNICATIONS RECEIVER - PARKING - BIRD OBSERVATORY

LOCALITATION

TELECOMMUNICATIONS RECEIVER DIAGRAM

BASEMENT FLOOR

FIRST FLOOR

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SECOND FLOOR


GRANADILLA, AN UNCERTAINTY CONTROLLED TOWER AXONOMETRIC

THIRD FLOOR

FOURTH FLOOR

FIFTH FLOOR

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GRANADILLA, AN UNCERTAINTY CONTROLLED TOWER-E | SEWAGE TREATMENT - RURAL & WATER ACTIVITIES

LOCALITATION

PHYTODEPURATION DIAGRAM

BASEMENT FLOOR

FIRST FLOOR

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SECOND FLOOR


GRANADILLA, AN UNCERTAINTY CONTROLLED TOWER AXONOMETRIC

THIRD FLOOR

FOURTH FLOOR

FIFTH FLOOR

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GRANADILLA, AN UNCERTAINTY CONTROLLED CONSTRUCTIVE AXONOMETRIC

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GRANADILLA, AN UNCERTAINTY CONTROLLED DETAILS

LIGHT METAL DECK - TEXTIL FACADE ENCOUNTER

MEZZANINE ENCOUNTER

HPL FACADE - TEXTIL FACADE ENCOUNTER

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GRANADILLA, AN UNCERTAINTY CONTROLLED OUTSIDE PERSPECTIVES

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GRANADILLA, AN UNCERTAINTY CONTROLLED MASTER PLAN & TOWER-A MODELS

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MURILLO CLINIC Fourth course project | 2014

The project, localized in the Seville's Historic Center, pursuits to have a functional well-organized program due to its nature (sanitary building), and provide to the district a new milestone that could help to easily recognize the site and the building for any emergency. The program is divided in three different circular buildings but interconnected in some floors due to similar program in that floors. Contrary to many sanitary building the curve shape allow to the different medical consultations have and share a common space to receive the patients.

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MURILLO CLINIC LOCALITATION

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PROGRAM‘S PURPOSE DIAGRAM


MURILLO CLINIC BASEMENT FLOOR & SOUTH FACADE

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MURILLO CLINIC FIRST FLOOR & TRANSVERSE SECTION

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MURILLO CLINIC SECOND FLOOR & LONGITUDINAL SECTION

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MURILLO CLINIC THIRDS FLOOR & TRANSVERSE SECTION

SOLAR PROTECTION SYSTEM

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MURILLO CLINIC FOURTH & FIFTH FLOORS

INTERIOR PERSPECTIVE

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MURILLO ELDERLY DAY CARE CENTER Fifth course project | 2015

This project has a clear open character to the outside and the site where it is locate, the Seville’s Historic Center. Due to its localitation, it is fundamental to value and respect the urban enviroment, to give importance to the architectural and botanical context, to respond to strong sun exposure (South-West, in the south of Spain) andat the same time to include these elements in the building, to qualify it.

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MURILLO ELDERLY DAY CARE CENTER LOCALITATION

Square Connection

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INTERVENTION STRATEGY

Urban Architecture Lines

Volume definition


MURILLO ELDERLY DAY CARE CENTER BASEMENT FLOOR & SOUTH FACADE

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MURILLO ELDERLY DAY CARE CENTER GROUND FLOOR & WEST FACADE

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MURILLO ELDERLY DAY CARE CENTER FIRST FLOOR & EAST FACADE

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MURILLO ELDERLY DAY CARE CENTER LONGITUDINAL SECTION & NORTH FACADE

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MURILLO ELDERLY DAY CARE CENTER INTERIOR PERSPECTIVES

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MURILLO ELDERLY DAY CARE CENTER NIGHT OUTDOOR PERSPECTIVE

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PERISTYLIUM STUDENT RESIDENT Fifth course project | 2015

The principal purpose for this project localizated in a zone of Seville with elderly population, is to include in the urban plot a new use to revitalizing thanks to the new users of the building, student and young people. The name “peristylium” is concerned about one of the courtyard in the roman houses. The project’s idea turns around the dichotomy filled/empty. Each volumen of the building have associated one open space to complement their functions. Also, this idea is present in the different housing, the furniture serve to a empty space where the student can do their different activities during their studying time. 46


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PERISTYLIUM STUDENT RESIDENT LOCALITATION

TRANSVERSE SECTIONS ALONG THE PROJECT

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PERISTYLIUM STUDENT RESIDENT INTERVENTION STRATEGY’S SKETCHES

FILLED/EMPTY PROJECT’S MODEL

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PERISTYLIUM STUDENT RESIDENT BASEMENT FLOOR & SOUTH FACADE

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PERISTYLIUM STUDENT RESIDENT FIRST FLOOR & NORTH FACADE

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PERISTYLIUM STUDENT RESIDENT SECOND FLOOR & NORTH LONGITUDINAL SECTION

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PERISTYLIUM STUDENT RESIDENT THIRD FLOOR & SOUTH LONGITUDINAL SECTION

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PERISTYLIUM STUDENT RESIDENT APARTMENT FLOOR & INTERIOR PERSPECTIVE

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PERISTYLIUM STUDENT RESIDENT SOLAR PROTECTION SYSTEM

FURNITURE SHIFT & DIFFERENT USES

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PERISTYLIUM STUDENT RESIDENT OUTSIDE PRINCIPAL ENTRANCE PERSPECTIVE

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OTHER WORKS 2010-2016

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OTHER WORKS ADDITIVE + TABACALERA OF SEVILLE | DRAW & VANGUARD

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OTHER WORKS CARTUJA’S REACTIVATION | WORKSHOP 2014

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OTHER WORKS PERSPECTIVES | EXPOSITION ROOM IN SAN TELMO COMPETITION

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OTHER WORKS PERSPECTIVES | POZOBLANCO’S MARKET COMPETITION

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OTHER WORKS ANFITRITE | ASTRONOMY CENTER REDSAND´S RETHINKING COMPETITION

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