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EDUCATION

WORK EXPERIENCE

FREELANCE WORKS

WORKSHOPS

SKILLS

RESUME

Kunsthal Design School [Spain] Interior Design Sept. 2010 - Apr. 2013

Interior Design intern Ikena. [Ordizia] 3D builder and plan creation with Autocad.

Store manager Alter.[Barcelona] Fashion shop. Orders, store organization and seller.

Shop assistant Trip [Donostia] Decoration and furniture shop. Seller and adviser.

Nov. 2012 - Dec. 2012

Sep. 2009 - May 2010

March 2009 - Sep.2009

Shop assistant Meist.[Donostia] Shoe shop. Seller and adviser.

Shop assistant Pull & Bear. Fashion shop[Donostia] Seller and adviser.

June 2008 - August 2008

Oct. 2007 - Dic. 2007

Balenciaga Museum Creating audiovisual works for the exhibition.

Euskadi in a window Assistant of the window designer Jon Ander Beloki.

Currently.

Nov. 2011

Temporary Permanent Architecture. By Jordi Hidalgo from Hidalgo & Hartmann Architecture.

Public spaces. By Ane Barrutia and Arantza Iriarte from LOCAL4 Landscape Architecture studio.

Real space virtual experience. By Josema Carrillo and Jaume Ramirez from RAMIREZ I CARRILLO ESTUDIO.

2012

2012

2011

Languages

Design skills

Euskera - Mother tongue Español - Mother tongue Inglés - CAE (Advanced)_B2 Francés - DELF (Medium)_B1 Learning German_A1

Ideation and concept generation Research Synthesis

Computer skills Autocad Sketch up Adobe Ilustrator Adobe InDesign Adobe Photoshop Adobe Premiere Microsoft Powerpoint Microsoft Word PRESTO


PORTFOLIO

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Living capitalism Insurance agency The Seaglobe Dada shoe shop Vid vinotheque Analogue photography Portraits


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It aims to create a living space for homeless people between large advertising panels format. Where users would have space to cover basic needs for sleep and grooming.

LIVING CAPITALISM

The aim of this project is to find a solution for the homeless people in the city of Irun. Before leding off the project, I found essential to analyze the background of the issue. In this first analysis, I took a few conclusions which are interesting to start with the proposal.

Therefore, the areas chosen for implant the proposal will be areas of a large movement of people, such as bridges, squares or parks.

- The difference between the point of view of a passerby who sees the city as a place of passage, and the standpoint of a person without home, whom sees the city as his only venue. - The existence of numerous spaces dead in the public space. - Empathize with the character of a homeless. The proposal should be flexible and should try to make maximum use of existing elements. So that proposed solution would be applicable to other public spaces. It aims to create a living space between large advertising panels format. Where users would have space to cover basic needs for sleep and grooming. The situation may vary, being a mobile proposal. The proposal seeks to make use of elements existing in the city, as are billboards.

This is a proyect created in the Workshop named Temporary Permanent Architecture. By Jordi Hidalgo from Hidalgo & Hartmann Architecture in 2012 in the Kunsthal Design School in IrĂşn.


02

INSURANCE AGENCY

This is a project created for an Insurance Agency in Bilbao. The project will be focused on create a confortable place to work and also to express confidence and transparency. The aim of the project is to express transparence and confidence, which is really important as are the main qualities of an Insurance Agency.

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The space will be divided into three zones, closed offices, core work and private area the for workers. Two closed office spaces, where you will find the offices Principal and Head Commercial space are less accessible. This offices will not be visible to the customer at first, since these firms need privacy. Customers will access it usually by appointment. The offices will be located on the far side of the entrance, with MoyĂşa overlooking the square, which is the most privileged of the office. The core work will be the busiest space. Since it will be the workplace for all other employees, thus counting a meeting room that will also library, three open to commercial firms and advisers, a secretariat and administration area that will be responsible for greeting customers and a small waiting room. The private area for the workers will be an area just visible for the company workers, never seen for the costumers, as it will contain a private restroom, a and the office automotion.

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7 1. Principal office 2. Head Commercial’s office 3. Open office 4. Meeting room and library 5. Secretariat and administration 6. informal counseling area 7. Waiting room 8. Office automotion 9. Relaxing area 10. Restroom

The Lobby created by John Pawson for the Hotel Puerta America was taken as reference especially for the celosia design that will spine and filter. Will be a celosia from side to side, and will work as sculptural form, creating connections between both sides. The customer will see clearly the more public areas such as reception and informal counseling intuiting other a little more private as the meeting room and some offices by small openings in the celosia.


Waiting room

reception area where clients can see the core

Informal counseling area

Meeting room

Celosia

CelosĂ­a Spine and filter, goes side by side of the central office. Lets the light pass by and reveals parts of what is happening behind her. The customer will perceives the job upon entering the office, seeing clearly the more public areas such as reception and informal counseling and intuiting other a little more private as the meeting room and some offices.

Director’s office

Open office

Informal counseling area

Administration and reception area


03

THE SEAGLOBE

This is crowded!

Archigram

Rem Koolhas floating pool

Lifeboat


The seaglobe is a single module to unwind.

with the same system as a lifeboat, a hard pack and portable appears inflatable module, flexible and lightweight, perfect for unwinding and sea experiemtar otherwise

when throwing to water...

The only access to the interior is underwater. So, to get inside the bubble, we have contact with the water through a small indoor pool. And when swimming in it, we do move the bubble.

THE END


DADA shoe shop

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“A different way to understand the luxury”

Dada, is a luxury shoe shop located in the old part of the city of San Sebastian. The main concept is to treat the shoe as a piece of jewelry. Avoiding ostentatious luxury and ornate, and exemplifying the famous quote of Mies Van Der Rohe “Less is more”, the space serves the shoes, creating an atmosphere clean, sober and elegant.

The shoes will be the protagonist of the scene, appearing in a small frame in the eye of the client. The elements will be the essencials, and most of them in white, will highlight the shoe.

DADÁ shoe shop


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VID VINOTHEQUE

“The main aim is the enjoyment of wine.” Spaces created to live the wine in different ways. A glass of wine in a casual, quick bite without losing quality, enjoying a dinner in a more leisurely ambient.

The Silk and Velvet Café create by Mies Van Der Rohe and Lilly Reich is taken as reference. There is an order and a process based on continuity and movement velvets and silks. Velvets and their opacity are solids and create structural planes in space. Silks are more numerous and are arranged in both directions without closing entirely by the visual transparency.

The Silk and velvet café, created for the exhibition “Die Mode der Dame ‘held in Berlin in the fall of 1927, the space is defined by textile screens and furnished by tubular furniture.


Qualities and furniture

11,76

3. 3.

8,88

Dinning room

3.

60,64m2

Marble wall

4.

4.

Waiting room

2,82

3.

3.

2. 1. 1.

3.

3.

2,62

3.

1. plasterboard ceiling with white paint

Vertical siding 1. grey epoxi painting

3.

3.

7,55

Bottle rack

3.

3.

3.

3.

Ceilings

2,78

3.

3.

11,24m2

4.

2. white epoxi painting 3. microcement

Paving

1. microcement

10,97

9,98m2

1,5

2.

Wardrove

0,99

Bar

8,93

2.

9,72

2.

2.

2.

2,82

6,43

1,5

Lift

1,65

Stairs

1,5

2.

2.

2.

Marble wall

2. 3.

1.

1,51

1.

3,29

Service

2.

49,17m2

0,6

3,91

0,9

1.

1.

2.

2

0,87

1. 1.

1. 3.

1.

6,21

3.

Concrete bench

1.

3,89

3.

1,83

1,11

0,85

3.

1.

3. 4,59

Entrance

1,5

Entrance

Four seasons barstool

3.

MR chair

4.

Kubus Armchair_Josef Hoffman

5.

LC6 table_Le Corbusier

6.

Lotus table_Jasper Morrison

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3.

3,89

1.

3,56

2. 0,7

2.

3,32

3.

106,75 m2

Tugendhat chair_Mies Van Der Rohe

0,95

Bar zone

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2

In the ground floor, the service will be agile, creating an environment with movement. This area will be heterogenous, because within it we find different environments that will be colonizing at each other, not knowing where one begins and the other ends. This space will be clearly linked to the outside, getting natural light and can see and be seen.


Qualities and furniture

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3.

3.

3.

Ceilings

Vertical siding 1. grey epoxi painting

2,97

3. 3.

3.

3.

4,16

3. 3.

3. 1. 1. 1.

Entry for the service

3.

3.

Wardrove

Dinning room

2,93

3,24

60,64m2

Store Marble wall

1. backlighted ceiling

3.

3.

2. white epoxi painting 3. microcement

Paving

1. microcement

6,35

3.

3.

Ascensor

1,5

1,5

3,15

Preparation

2,39

9,7

6,43

1,55

Aseo 9,85

1,5

1.

Tugendhat chair_Mies Van Der Rohe

2.

Four seasons barstool

3.

MR chair

4.

Kubus Armchair_Josef Hoffman

5.

LC6 table_Le Corbusier

6.

Lotus table_Jasper Morrison

4,02

3. 6.

3.

3.

Winery

1. 1.

2,54

2,86

Cleaning zone 2,78

1. 1. 1.

Restroom

3.

Dinning room and winery

1.

3,87

3.

0,7

1,8

1.

1,94

1.

4.

4.

2,06

3.

Preparation

Preparation

1,5

71,70 m2

Aseo

In contrast to the ground floor area, there will be another place, partly underground, where the atmosphere is dark and mysterious, and the lighting will be more theatrical, illuminating every area and providing exclusivity. This place is the place to have a relaxed dinner with a good bottle of wine.


Muro de marmol

Ascensor

aseo

Mixed Zone Bottle rack

Located in the service area hiding the back stairs

Bar

Service Zone

Kitchen

Space related to the entrance. It will be the most dynamic space, diaphanous and heterogeneous. The perfect place to have a glass of wine in an informal way. The textil divisions will be translucent and lightweight.

Dinning room and winery

The most private place of the Vinotheque, where the lights will be theatrical and the atmosphere relaxed and misterious.

Second bar for the clients

Textile divisions

Marble wall which hides the dinning room of this floor.

Open winery

Acces to the dinning room of this area

Transition space

Restroom


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ANALOGUE PHOTOGRAPHY


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PORTRAITS



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