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Angel Muzas - Portfolio


WORK EXPERIENCE 2018 - Architect in Studio Tashkeel - Involving a wide range of different schemes being the main work residential - Role as project architect in a passive house whilst develping several small-scale masterplans, retail units, change of use, early stage of a refurbishment of a listed building II* and assisting in a religious scheme. Planning submission - Building regulations Construction management. RIBA stages 0-5 (November 2018 - Present) Design + Details + Coordination + CGIs + Planning submission + D&A + Passive House + construction management

2017 - Architect in Beech Design and Build - Involving work in two listed building grade II. (Refurbishment and extension) + Development of an apartment building, RIBA stages 2-4 (September 2017- November 2018) Design + Details + consultants coordination + D&A

ANGEL MUZAS Architect - ARB 090855J

2016 - Architect in the MYSA arquitectos and in Illenc estudio. (on a contract basis of 4 months on each practice) Collaborating in Mysa arquitectos with the council in urban planning and carrying planning applications, surveys and reports for Illenc studio Incidents reporting + Urban planning + Reports

PERSONAL INFORMATION: CONTACT: 07522369560 Angelmuzassanjuan@gmail.com LANGUAGES English - Spanish - Italian

SOFTWARE Autocad - Revit - Cype - Sketchup - Archicad Photoshop - Illustrator - Indesing - Blender Lumion - Arquimedes - Adobe Premiere

2015 - Co-founder of the practice Chiquitostudio - Involving a design and project execution plan of a hotel in Guinea Bissau and small refurbishments (April 2015 - October 2016) Design + Details + Structural calculation + Quantity survey + Detailed Budget

EDUCATION 2015 - Dissertation: [E]co-barrio en “Le palmeraie”. Resilience, from theory to practice. (Score 9/10) 2012 - Architecture - Università degli Studi Mediterranea di Reggio Calabria (Italia) 2008 - Architecture plan 2001 - University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (ULPGC) PUBLICATIONS 2008 - Silencio : desde el silencio y desde el paisaje [Catálogo] / Bienal de Canarias ; Coord. Juan Manuel Palerm Salazar. Autor:Bienal de Canarias de Arquitectura, Arte y Paisaje AWARDS 2016 - Project selected by the ULPGC to take part in the “9 Biennal Internacional de Paisatge” of Barcelona. 2014 - Honorable mention in Troldtekt Award 2014: “From the little scale to the big” Proposal # 11999


149 LONG LANE. Studio Tashkeel

Charlesworth________________________ The project aims to be one of the first ‘Passivhaus Plus’ self-build in the North West of England. A house that conforms to this standard has to follow rigorous design and construction rules, which if done correctly results in the building extremely well insulated, completely airtight and highly energy efficient which in turn reduces the carbon footprint of the house. Studio Tashkeel was brought on board midway through this project as delivery architects.

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2409

1575

Pro Clima - Solitex Mento 3000 3-ply highly permeable roof lining and sarking membrane. Composed by Protective and covering fleece (Polypropylene microfibre ) and a Membrane (monolithic TEEE) Thickness 0.45 ±0.05 mm Thermal conductivity 0.17 W/(m·K) Vapour permeance 38 US perms. Norm ASTM E 96 Water vapor resistance factor μ 110 Norm EN ISO 12572 Refer to manufacturer instructions for more details and installation SIP panel 175mm SIP CO Thermal performance 0.17 W/mK Finish both sides 13mm OSB board Air leakage - 0.6 m³/m²hr@ 50 pascals air pressure as standard. Refer to manufacturer instructions for more details and installation Celotex GA 4000 thermal conductivity of 0.022 W/mK horizontally offset relative to each other so that, as far as possible, the board joints in the two adjacent layers do not coincide with each other Refer to manufacturer instructions for more details and installation

Pro Clima Intello Water vapor resistance factor μ 30 000 Vapour permeance 0.17 US perms Airtightness ≤ 0.004 cfm/ft² Thermal conductivity 0.17 W/(m·K) Refer to manufacturer instructions for more details and installation Pro clima INTELLO should be laid with the side with the plastic film (the printed side) facing the installer. They can be laid flat either at right angles

1575

2556

15mm Plasterboard Thermal conductivity 0.19 W/(m·K) Thermal Resistance 0.41 m2K/W Tescon Naidec Tape Tight mesh polypropylene reinforced double sided butyl adhesive tape. Thickness 1.0mm Or similar approved and recommended by SIGA

to or along the sub-structure (such as the rafters) without sagging. If laid horizontally (at right angles to the sub-structure) then the maximum space permitted between the rafters is 100 cm . After laying, it is necessary to support the weight of the insulation with lathing on the inside. The laths should be no more than 50 cm apart. If, when using insulation mats and boards, for example, you expect tension as a result of the insulation weight on the adhesive tape joins, an additional supporting lath should be placed on the overlap. Alternatively, the adhesive tape can be reinforced along the overlap by sticking strips of adhesive tape at right angles to the

Insertion system for the photovoltaic panels. Flat Tile Roof Hook to be fixed through the batten to the OSB and aluminium Mounting rails. Not to penetrate into the insulation Design and recommendation as per PV installer.

overlap every 30 cm (1 ft). Airtight seals can only be achieved on vapour control membranes that have been laid without folds or creases. Ventilate regularly to prevent excessive humidity (e.g. during the construction phase). Occasional rush/inrush ventilation is not adequate to quickly evacuate large amounts of construction-related humidity from the building. Use a dryer if necessary. To prevent condensation, INTELLO should be stuck down so that it is airtight immediately after installing the thermal insulation. This particularly applies when working in winter.

2 layers 50mm Celotex GA 4000 staggered Tiles

Kingspan Kooltherm® K15 Rainscreen Board Rigid thermoset phenolic insulation thermal conductivity 0.020 W/m·K Water Vapour Resistance resistance greater than 100 MN.s/g, Insulation boards should be installed break–bonded with board edges lightly butted and in such a manner to achieve a close fit between the board and substrate interface so as to avoid gaps behind or between the boards. Boards should be cut neatly around fixings and brackets, so as to avoid gaps. Where small gaps are unavoidable, fill gaps with fire rated expanding sealant. All board joints should be tightly butted. Ensure that insulation boards are fitted tightly, and any gaps are filled with expanding urethane sealant.

Flat roof build up as per drawing 1905106_STA_500_003

25mm tile batten and 25mm counterbatten Solitex Mento 3000 Diffusion-open layer membrane

Minimum slope 1°

100mm PA66 glass fibre reinforced plastic (GRP) Systea TEKOFIX-Bracket and T profile to support external cladding. Adjustment range 100mm to 350mm reach (possible extension up to 100mm)

12mm OSB board

VMZ Zinc coping fixed on 18mm ext plywood as per manufacturer spec. 100mm PA66 glass fibre reinforced plastic (GRP) Systea TEKOFIX-Bracket and T profile to support external cladding. Adjustment range 100mm to 350mm reach 18mm Plywood Pre-formed galvanised metal trim to be mechanically fixed, fixings staggered at maximum of 250mm centres Mesh (2 mm maximum weave)

Telescopic fixing R-GOK-095 + R-WW-50T75 screw back filled with foam Fatra Single Ply membrane over adhesive membrane or similar approved to be overlapped min. 200mm under the tilt fillet and the Solitex Mento 3000 membrane

Parapet build up as per drawing 1905106_STA_500_003

Vapour control layer as per Flat roof build up as per Bauder recommendation Tilt fillet

Mesh (2 mm maximum weave) 50mm Battens forming Service void 15mm Plasterboard Gyproc Duplex Wallboard

360 x 100mm Glulam edge beam. Need to be modified as the actual beam is 360. Coping finish in abeyance

200

100mm PA66 glass fibre reinforced plastic (GRP) Systea TEKOFIX-Bracket and T profile to support external cladding. Adjustment range 100mm to 350mm reach (possible extension up to 100mm)

Air tightness/ Vapour membrane : Pro Clima Intello. Tescon Vana system adhesive tape on the overlap and sealing with non mineral surfaces

PIR insulation to create gutter. 100mm minimum insulation with 1:80 fall.

Single PLY weld

1053x1590mm PV panels

Service void 50mm

Peel stop mechanically fixed at a maximum of 250mm centres fixed 100mm PA66 glass fibre reinforced plastic (GRP) Systea TEKOFIX-Bracket and T profile to support external cladding. Adjustment range 100mm to 350mm reach (possible extension up to 100mm)

Minimum slope 1°

Vapour control layer as per Bauder specification PIR FA Tapered Insulation

200

Pro Clima - Solitex Fronta Quattro Thickness 0.60 ±0.10 mm Thermal conductivity 0.17 W/(m·K) Vapour permeance 65.6 US perms. Norm ASTM E 96 Water vapor resistance factor μ 80 Norm EN ISO 12572 Refer to manufacturer instructions for more details and installation

Min 150

175mm SIP CO Structural Insulated Panel

50mm Kingspan Kooltherm® K15 Rainscreen Board thermal conductivity 0.020 W/m·K

105 3

50mm Tescon Naidec Tape Or similar approved and recommended by Intello

Solitex Fronta quattro diffusion-open layer as per manufacturer recommendations and specifications.

Timber fillet

Min 38mm Ventilated space VMZ AnthraZinc on a VM Membrane on a 18mm ext Plywood 38mm Ventilated base trim

50

Pro clima intello, Sacrificial membrane to protect the main membrane.

40mm L-profile or similar approved by Zinc manufacturer

38x50mm Timber noggin

Continuous eaves apron strip in VMZINC® PLUS

50mm Service Void

15mm EPS batten to allow service void Mesh (2 mm maximum weave)

Jointed taped airtight with pro clima CONTEGA SOLIDO SL airtightness tape. Windows junctions with TESCON PROFIL as per manufacturer instruction and recommendation.

Jointed taped airtight with Siga Fentrim IS2 or similar approved as per Rainproof membrane manufacturer specifications and recommendations

Passinhaus window (taped to airtight barrier) Ug 0.5 W/sqmk Uw 0.73 W/sqmk

Air tightness/ Vapour membrane : Pro Clima Intello. Tescon Vana system adhesive tape on the overlap and sealing with non mineral surfaces

50mm Tescon Naidec Tape Or similar approved and recommended by SIGA

Profile as per Zinc manufacturer spec. Mesh (2 mm maximum weave) 15mm EPS batten

SIP Panel

Perforated Zinc mesh (2mm maximum weave) to allow ventilation 40x40 lightweight aluminium structure to support PV panels. Frames at 795mm centres. All to PV manufacturer recommendations SHS structure to be extend and fixed to the hand bracket system

Jointed taped airtight per Rainproof membrane manufacturer specifications and recommendations Jointed taped airtight with Proclima Contega Solido SL or similar approved as per air tightness membrane spec and recommendations Space for blind installation. Dimensions TBC.

Bauder PIR FA Tapered 1:60 (1.6%) PIR foil faced or similar approved Thermal conductivity 0.022W/mK Water absorption based on DIN EN 12087 Vol % Max. 3

100mm PA66 glass fibre reinforced plastic (GRP) Systea TEKOFIX-Bracket and T profile to support external cladding. Adjustment range 100mm to 350mm reach (possible extension up to 100mm)

e on a 18mm e trim. All fitted ufacturer tions

SIP panel (MgO) 125mm SIP CO Thermal performance 0.26 W/mK Air leakage - 0.6 m³/m²hr@ 50 pascals air pressure as standard. Both sides finished with 12.5mm MgO board

Minimum slope 1° Profiled metal capping to zinc manufacturer Render over Mgo board 90mm Galvanised steel angle edging fixed to concrete Concrete poured over DSE40. Minimum depth 40mm Decking over adjustable decking risers Waterproof membrane as per Bauder build up to continue under the decking area.

Waterproof membrane and insulation as per build up in drawing 1905106_STA_500_014

100

1147.8

Decking over adjustable decking risers Perimeter gutter with a slope 1:500 200mm width 13.05m length 103.912m to 103.972m Total difference of height 60mm

Metal sill flashing 50mm Kingspan Kooltherm® K15

60mm deep by 100 wide T profile 200mm Hilti Helping Hand Bracket with Thermal bridge-free solution Balaustrade as per drawing 1905106_STA_500_015 40mm T profile / 60mm profile if there is enough space Vegetation barrier 300mm wide 1mm Filter fleece - polyproylene fleece Build up as per drawing 1905106_STA_500_014

Overflow to each side to protect dormers

18mm OSB 3 130mm Neopor

Extensive / Biodiverse Substrate

Green roof area will have a build up over this of 150mm biodiverse substrate For more information refer to data sheet

Press metal angle to fix the OSB board

o

18mm Mgo board

Green Roof: Build up above the SIP panels installation guide according to Bauder. 3mm BauderTEC KSA DUO Underlayer - self-adhesive SBS elastomeric bitumen underlayer 5.2mm Capping Sheet/Root Barrier - Bauder Plant E 0.2mm Bauder PE Foil (loose laid) rolled out in two layers, with sheets staggered. 4mm FSM600 Protection fleece DSE40 water retention and drainage layer 1mm Filter fleece - polyproylene fleece

TBC adjust to side parapet height

MgO Board Conductivity 0.1810W/mK Polyurethane foam (SIP Core) Conductivity 0.0230W/mK

on

220

286

all

aced at the ve insulation.

C

260

260

F.F.L 103.809

Thermoblock 60x190x615mm thermal conductivity is 0.047W/mK compressive strength is 9N/mm2

260

168

EPS batten 50x50mm cil batten 100x100mm Timber runner 220

236

125mm SIP CO Structural Insulated Panel.

50mm Battens forming Service void 50mm Tescon Naidec Tape

219mm Metal web joists Fire rated Polyurethane foam Conductivity 0.0280W/mK Air tightness/ Vapour membrane : Pro Clima Intello. Tescon Vana system adhesive tape on the overlap and sealing with non mineral surfaces

20mm SHS dismountable structure 457

Fire rated Polyurethane foam Conductivity 0.0280W/mK 50mm Battens forming Service void 50mm Tescon Naidec Tape

Air tightness/ Vapour membrane : Pro Clima Intello. Tescon Vana system adhesive tape on the overlap and sealing with non mineral surfaces

Vapour control layer on 9mm PLY and 95mm service void with EPS battens VMZ Zinc coping fixed on 18mm ext plywood as per manufacturer spec. Finish finishing, material TBC

Hangers Beam Clamp In Abeyance, to Structural Engineer comments. Felt

Dismountable panel finish with zinc cladding 40mm SHS lightweight aluminium structure to support PV panels. Frames at 1053mm centres. All to PV manufacturer design and specifications

Perforated Zinc mesh (2mm maximum weave) to allow ventilation details to Zinc manufacturer

F.F.L 101.075

F.F.L 100.275

300mm thick EPS 300

F.F.L 98.160

150mm thick EPS 300

F.F.L 99.175

300mm thick EPS 100

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Kingspan Kooltherm® K15 Rainscreen Board Rigid thermoset phenolic insulation thermal conductivity 0.020 W/m·K Water Vapour Resistance resistance greater than 100 MN.s/g, Insulation boards should be installed break–bonded with board edges lightly butted and in such a manner to achieve a close fit between the board and substrate interface so as to avoid gaps behind or between the boards. Boards should be cut neatly around fixings and brackets, so as to avoid gaps. Where small gaps are unavoidable, fill gaps with fire rated expanding sealant. All board joints should be tightly butted. Ensure that insulation boards are fitted tightly, and any gaps are filled with expanding urethane sealant.

18mm Plywood noch fix down butyl tape on the horizontal of the plywood butt joints

Minimum slope 1°

38

Liquid waterproofing Bead of PU adhesive

Min 75

Pro Clima - Solitex Fronta Quattro Thickness 0.60 ±0.10 mm Thermal conductivity 0.17 W/(m·K) Vapour permeance 65.6 US perms. Norm ASTM E 96 Water vapor resistance factor μ 80 Norm EN ISO 12572 Refer to manufacturer instructions for more details and installation

125mm MFT-MFI M with Polypropylene insulation and 60mm T profile to support external cladding. Distance covered 160mm 360 x 100mm Glulam edge beam.

Fixing to manufacturers spec. and details

Peel stop mechanically fixed at a maximum of 250mm centres fixed 200

Mesh (2 mm maximum weave). All insect mesh to be stainless steel. 65mm MFT-MFI M with Polypropylene insulation and T profile to support external cladding. Distance covered 88mm 50mm Kingspan Kooltherm® K15 Rainscreen Board thermal conductivity 0.020 W/m·K

Single PLY weld Vapour control layer as per Bauder specification PIR FA Tapered Insulation

Solitex Fronta quattro diffusion-open layer as per manufacturer recommendations and specifications. VMZ Zinc coping fixed on 18mm ext plywood as per manufacturer spec. Min 38mm Ventilated space

Continuous eaves apron strip in VMZINC® PLUS

Mesh (2 mm maximum weave) Jointed taped airtight with Fentrim IS2 or similar approved from Pro Clima.

Passinhaus window (taped to airtight barrier) Ug 0.5 W/sqmk Uw 0.73 W/sqmk For Window Profile refer to Window Schedule

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15

210

55

40mm L-profile or similar approved by Zinc manufacturer

38

70

VMZ AnthraZinc on a VM Membrane on a 18mm ext Plywood 38mm Ventilated base trim

Air tightness/ Vapour membrane : Pro Clima Intello. Tescon Vana system adhesive tape on the overlap and sealing with non mineral surfaces Jointed taped airtight with pro clima CONTEGA SOLIDO SL airtightness tape. Windows junctions with TESCON PROFIL as per manufacturer instruction and recommendation.

35mm Service Void

50mm Tescon Naidec Tape Or similar approved and recommended by SIGA SIP Panel Bauder PIR FA Tapered 1:60 (1.6%) PIR foil faced or similar approved Thermal conductivity 0.022W/mK Water absorption based on DIN EN 12087 Vol % Max. 3


Minimum slope 1°

38

2% BUild up : -Vapour control layer -Concrete Slab -Kingspan Thermaroof TR27 LPC/FM 85mm or similar aproved. -Waterproof Layer - mastic asphalt. -Terrabase Geofabric or similar geo-textile aproved -Resin bound aggregate 25mm of resin aggregate or increase the high as per contractor spec.

Perforated metal angle to be fixed to the concrete and to the stand 20mm Stand Mastic asphalt to wrap the stand and overlap minimum 200 mm with the waterproof layer

Internal finish in abeyance

130mm NEOPOR

2400

WORKSHOP

F.F.L 98.066

300

T.O.C 98.060

659.2

220

F.F.L 98.160 T.O.C 98.060

200

Installation and mount structure elements to follow the Manual Photovoltaic Module HITÂŽ VBHNxxxSA16 series

3039

18 0

40

m treated timber purlin fixed and covering the e up to the first T profile el plate with welded nut. details and spec.

Roof Insulation to overlap 200mm

200

260mm Hilti Helping Hand Bracket with Thermal bridge-free solution

300mm THICK EPS 100

150mm THICK EPS 300 2046

3654

260

1000

6700

16 3 15 6.8 90

3364

220

260

3293

104.018

2804

1253.8

STORE

3034

39 41 175 x50 C16 AT 400C/C

203x203x52UC

203x203x52UC 216 Thermal insulation TBC Majcoat Diffusion-open layer membrane Flashing Lining trim Flashing

203x203x60UC 18 0

Dismountable panel finish

Felt

RETAINING WALL D

idecking; 20 mm thickness with 25mm thickness aluminum understructure to be fixed on aluminium structure. External Finish TBC. Continuous Stainless steel hinge fixed to the SHS structure. Colour to match window frame

300

F.F.L 98.066

100

337

150mm THICK EPS 300

2924

5826 GARAGE

2493

337

RETAINING WALL F

130mm NEOPOR

40mm SHS lightweight aluminium structure to support PV panels. Frames according to drilled points, All to PV manufacturer design and specifications

5958

DETAIL 13

Dismountable structure. with an M20 x 240mm Stainless steel with a T-nut.

e e. Rockwool neral wool

230

T.O.C 101.215 150

If the direction of the coping is against wall. Reinforce with a waterproof layer up to 150mm height and create a drip edge bellow the coping to avoid water stain

15

F.F.L 101.034

Stop bead Shadow gap

260

Render: 20mm thick and 2 layers of mesh as per Alumasc Facades specifications Gutter 100x75mm

130 2.2

6 1. 25

100

T.O.C 97.060

5826 6500 6700

337

100

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FIRS ROAD. Studio Tashkeel

Bolton____________________________ Located in Bolton, the planning application of this building compromised the demolition of an existing structure and the erection of a 3 storeys new development as well as the construction of a basement and a sunken garden that will bring light to this level and that will host 8 bedrooms. The main considerations to approach the proposal were the need of attention to create an accesible home and integrate the input of a Vastu consultant at an early stage as a requirement from the client, therefore the volume of the proposal is conditionated by the central space and the location of the wet areas is limited to certain points.

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MASTERPLANS. Studio Tashkeel

57.031

Herbert Street_______________________

AL

DE

Masterplan compromising 14 new houses from wich 6 are semidetached houses, 3 terrace houses and 5 detached houses. The front and rear garden keeps the alignment with the neighbours and the proposal includes a secure car park. There are some existing trees in the plot of land that will be replaced due to their actual condition

RG

LEN

56.871

RO

AD

56.770 STA5

56.769

57.702

BOUNDARY3 R15

56.907

STA4

56.868

56.908

R16

56.645

56.400

MAN

56.428

STA1

R17

56.433

56.517

GULY2

MAN2

56.323

R18 56.591

FFL

BOUNDARY14

R14 56.546

R13

R88

R12

MAN3 56.578

56.518 R11

56.264

STA2

56.198

56.414

R10

56.309

HERBER

GULLY8

56.190

T STREE

BOUNDARY12

R9

T

R8 56.313 56.282

56.204

Saw Mill___________________________ R91

Masterplan compromising 16 new houses and an apartment building of 4 storeys with 4 flats per floor. One of the main restrictions is the location of a public sewer through the plot and an existing public footpath that need to be retained. .

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R92

56.047

56.444

56.498 R20 R89 56.586 56.498

56.324

BOUNDARY13

56.444

R19 56.436

56.510

56.123

R90

56.406

56.799


Bathroom

Bedroom 2

Kitchen / Dining room

Toilet

37.95

37.95

38.00

37.95

LANGLEY ROAD

37.95

Plot 107

Plot 106

Plot 105

Plot 104

Plot 103

Plot 102

Plot 101

Low guard rail

Public footpath

Bedroom 1

5500

7425

17225

2000

Space for Bin Collection

37.75

37.75

37.85

Bedroom 4

Plot 208

Plot 207

Plot 206

Plot 205

Plot 204

Plot 203

Plot 202

Plot 201

38.30

38.30

38.30

38.05

38.05

38.05

37.80

37.80

Expected location of the public sewer

Bathroom

9553

SECTION Hedges

37.60

37.50

18025

38.00

6000

37.75

6000

Hedges

37.6

3905 38.10

6000

Plot 401

Plot 403

13471

37.10

37.00

37.10 Bin Collection

6327

7000

37.00

37.75

Hedges

Low guard rail

Plot 402

Plot 404

Hedges

Gardens

Apartment Amenity Space

Secure Cycle Shelter

BATHROOM

Hedges

Low guard rail

37.60

Bedroom 3

37.95

Toilet

38.00

BATHROOM

37.95

7800

Kitchen / Dining room

6000

Bedroom 2

4048

BATHROOM 37.70

37.70

6000

Bathroom

KAY STREET

KITCHEN/DINING/ LIVING ROOM BATHROOM

Tactile paving w/ tapered kerb

New site 37.61 entrance.

37.60

37.70

Tactile paving w/ tapered kerb

Existing site entrance to be closed. New pavement to Highways Department's specification.

37.70

2034

37.80

37.75

Se To

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Hardwood

Dark roof tiles

Extruded brick pattern Red Brick

STORAGE STORAGE

BEDROOM 1 BEDROOM 1

BEDROOM 1 BEDROOM 1

BEDROOM 2 BEDROOM 2 KITCHEN/DINING/ LIVING ROOM

STORAGE STORAGE

Living room

Bedroom 1

FIRST FLOOR PLAN

KITCHEN/DINING/ LIVING ROOM KITCHEN/DINING/ LIVING ROOM

SECTION

Bedroom 4

LOFT PLAN

Bathroom

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

LOFT PLAN FIRST FLOOR PLAN GROUND FLOOR PLAN

Living room

Bedroom 3

MATERIALS

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BLOOM & MINDEL.Beech Design and Build Manchester_________________________

Two enlisted buildings grade 2 in the middle of Manchester. A sensitive architectural response to the existing warehouse buildings and their historical and physical context. The aim to design and deliver the proposals that will return 11 Bloom Street and 10 Minshull Street to active use and complete the repair and regeneration of the vacant listed buildings. With works that includes the repair, refurbishment and new use of 11 Bloom Street and 10 Minshull Street, including the removal of nonoriginal internal partitions and construction of a new single storey vertical extension and roof terrace to 11 Bloom Street to provide 80 residential apartments hard landscaping, external lighting, access, servicing and other associated works.

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Mindel House was constructed as a warehouse c. 1876 and is typical of this period. As a warehouse, the building would have been built with offices at the ground and first floors, with the upper floors open. Mindel House was a manufacturer’s warehouse of a typical plan, being almost square and each floor was generally divided into specialist departments.

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The building in Bloom St. was constructed also as a warehouse, most likely finished in 1877 when it appears in the trade directories with several occupants. The building layout is also typical of an export warehouse in that it had a corner doorway with steps up to a raised ground floor. This led directly to a fine staircase rising through the building. Offices and the wareroom were likely on the ground floor, with more offices on the first floor, also shown by the embellishment of the architecture in these areas, such as plaster cornices.

+24.38 STAIRCASE DETAIL SEE DWG 530 +23.70

ROOF EXTENSION DETAIL 04 SEE DWG 502

+21.08

Proposed staircase Kitchen and Living Room

Kitchen and Living Room

Kitchen and Living Room

+17.57

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Kitchen and Living Room

Kitchen and Living Room

+14.97

Bedroom Proposed staircase

CCITT Y P OLI O CE C E COU COO RTS RT

Kitchen and Living Room

Kitchen and Living Room

+11.04

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Bedroom Existing staircase

Kitchen and Living Room

Kitchen and Living Room

+7.95

As a whole, both buildings holds a great deal of communal, historic and evidential value forming a part of a group of warehouses built at the same style and in the same location. Also, as it retains much of the external façade from its original construction, it also has a high degree of aesthetic value, mainly relating to the Bloom Street and Minshull Street frontages. The interior has survived less well, but still retains several original features, and so does not detract from the overall heritage value. P. 14

Bedroom Existing staircase

Kitchen and Living Room

Kitchen and Living Room

+4.71

SECONDARY STAIRCASE DETAIL TO BE PRODUCED

Bedroom

Main entrance

Kitchen and Living Room

Existing staircase

+1.325

Secondary entrance Âą0.00

Bedroom

Kitchen and Living Room

-1.75


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BROOKLAND.

Beech Design and Build

Manchester_________________________ From early analysis undertaken, it became apparent that the site was not fulfilling its potential and that there was an opportunity to create a new form to act as a gateway landmark building towards MediaCity:UK. The proposal of 19 apartments was taken after taking into account the limitations of the site, boundary, height and services as well as exploring a number of massing options, the best location for the new building would be on the north-west corner of the site with an L-shaped massing

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The proposed scheme has been considered in response to the opportunities and constraints presented by the site. The scheme aims to achieve the following key principles: • Defining the edges of the site, strengthening the urban grain of the area and creating good design precedents for future developments. • Responding to the varying scales along the street scene. The site’s prominent position at the junction of South Langworthy Road and Eccles New Road provides the opportunity to create a feature building at the gateway towards MediaCityUK. • Designing a building with a contemporary residential appearance to act as the entrance into MediaCity. • Encouraging sustainable city living, with a large secure bike storage and a sustainable waste management strategy. • Acknowledging the scheme’s environmental responsibilities and recognising its obligations, aiming to contribute positively into the local area by minimising its environmental impact of the building

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HOTEL ONESMO

Chiquitostudio

Bisรกu____________________ Guinea-Bisรกu In the middle of an underdeveloped country, the city of Guinea tries to grow surrounded by many problems and deficiencies. Through private initiatives, the possibility arises of generating a proposal that seeks to generate a trigger point, that keeps identity with the place and the tradition. A hotel complex that closes to the outside to be reborn through three patios that articulate the proposal. Each of them with an identity, each with a different function. Water becomes a fundamental element as it is a city in which rain periods of 4 months are interspersed with drought. The project, instead of repelling the water, brings it back and stores it under one of the patios.

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A city able to master the water from the sky, to the people. As an Umbrella

A social center built from water, with branches looking to the sky. As a tree

Health care

180 People / Dry Season

Commerce

140 People / Dry Season

Social Center 210 People / Dry Season

Impluvium

Education

120 People / Dry Season

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[E]co-barrio en Le palmeraie�

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Agadir ______________________ Morocco The project in Agadir is situated in an area of urban growth, a meeting space between two main roads and the confluence with a ravine. The ecobarrio focuses on a theoretical model based on resilience and how to apply in a practical way. Resilience in the urban environment seeks to reduce vulnerability and is also linked to the dynamic concepts of development and urban growth. The project focus on dealing with external changes whilst maintaining the structure, functions, and identity. Reinforced with other theoric concepts as dynamic equilibrium, cycles, thresholds, and panarchy are reflecting the effects through scales. General strategies of action are established, based on an analysis of uses, mobility, free spaces and social cohesion. P. 22


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