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Pedro Augspach I Architect +32 486 42 20 54 pedroaugs@gmail.com be.linkedin.com/in/augspach/ 4 Rue de Treves, Bruxelles ,Belgium

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2014

Skills Drafting & 3D modelling -

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3D Max ArchiCAD AutoCAD Rhino Grasshopper + Plug ins V-Ray (Rhino + 3D Max) Sketchup

Education

Work ADM Project Architect Nivelles, Belgium

2013 M.Arch. Sustainable Environmental Design Architectural Association (A.A.) London, Uk. September 2011 - February 2013

2012

August 2013 - present day

Selected projects Project name

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International Gastronomic Centre

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Refurbishing the Catalinas Norte development

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New Oxford Street

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Central St. Giles environmental Studies

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Tandil town hall

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Low cost rural school

June 2013

180 room hotel. Plans, 3D models & renders, and environmental analyses

Emprenurban @ FEN Hoteles -

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Autodesk Ecotect EDSL - TAS Energy plus Radiance Autodesk Visari WinAir (CFD software)

Februray 2013

Editing & presentation

December 2010 - June 2011 (-1year)

Overall construction supervision of 80

2011

Parametric design course Architectural Association (A.A.) Visiting School

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May 2012

Uruguay.

Gath + A Arquitectos Buenos Aires, Argentina

June 2011

February 2006 - November 2011 (4+ years)

In charge of drafting, 3D drawings,

January 2011

submission supervision

Teacher Assistant -

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Public space Competition Submission

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Urban Masterplan M.Arch. Dissertation

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Selected for the end of year project review exhibition

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Mixed Use M.Arch Term II Project

Selected for the end of year project review exhibition

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Mixed Use M.Arch Term I Project

Selected for the end of year project review exhibition

overall project design and team

Adobe Platform Microsoft office Platform Languages

and 130 room hotels in Argentina and

Buenos Aires, Argentina

2010

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In charge of project development

Buenos Aires, Argentina

Simulation

Project details

Universidad de Buenos Aires,

2009

English French (presently learning) German Spanish

Arch. Architecture and Urbanisim Universidad de Buenos Aires (U.B.A.) Buenos Aires, Argentina March 2002 - June 2009

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Argentina

Competition Submission September 2010

Honourable Mention

March 2010 - June 2011

Invited due to Merrit in courses of: Architectural design I Architectural History I

January 2009

Competition Submission Argentinean Architecture Bienale Honourable Mention

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Competition Submission

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Summer sunrise

sunlight

daylight ventilation

privacy

schedule

Best views

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International Gastronomic Centre, Brussels, Belgium.

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Access halls Auditorium Class - Practice Class - Theory Kitchens

Main Goals: • Generate a semi-permeable façade to Place Flagey encouraging pedestrian flow in synergy with the restaurants in the ground floor. • Exploit the view over Place Flagey • Achieve a low energy building Methodology • Programmatic deconstruction for understanding the best orientation based on user demands • Generation of pedestrian “streets” on the ground level.

Laboratory Library Lodgements Offices Orchard Press Restaurants Shops 2

TV Studio

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M.Arch Dissertation Project

Refurbishing the Catalinas Norte development, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Main Goals: • Encourage pedestrian flow within the urban environment of the business district of Buenos Aires. • Recover neglected spaces by integrating the dissolved grain with the consolidated urban tissue. • Generate an inclusive community Methodology • Creation of semi-public spaces to stimulate a sense of community • Insertion of public and residential programmes within the site to alter the present fixed schedules set by the surrounding office buildings • Identification of time frames when the most pedestrians are found in outdoors. • Provide wind protection and solar availability within the identified time frames through the use of sensible architecture so as to stimulate sedentary activities outdoors.

Private Midday

12:00 - 14:00

Private

Semi Public

Private Morning

8:00 - 10:00

Afternoon

Public

Space transition diagram from private to public through Semi public

17:00 - 19:00

Insertion of semi public space in order to strengthen a sense of community

Identification of time frames when there is more people outdoors commuting from one space to another

Present situation pedestrian flow: Pedestrians only cross to reach final destination

Pedestrian flow with proposal: Pedestrians cross back and forth consolidating the urban grid

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Solar Penetration

The sun path diagram ilustrates the solar penetration between the hours identified as the ones when pedestrians are more likely to use the space in the morning (8:00 to 10:00) yearly. 0°

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Pedestrian activity in analyzed spot during the morning hours of the identified warm period

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315°

Diffused solar radiation

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W/m² 250< 300° 60°

01 Jul

01 Jun

01 Aug 285°

01 May 75°

Direct solar radiation exposure

Air velocity m/s 5<

200<250

% of time exposed 100

150<200

80<100

3<4

100<150

60<80

2<3

50<100

20<40

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15:00

270°

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01 Oct

01 Apr

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10:00

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90° 9:00

18:00 255° 01 Nov

8:00

19:00

01 Mar 7:00

105° 01 Feb

Pedestrian activity in analyzed spot during the morning hours of the identified cool period

01 Dec 01 Jan 120°

240°

W/m² 250<

225°

135°

210°

150° 195°

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Diffused solar radiation

180°

165°

Direct solar radiation exposure

Air velocity m/s 5<

200<250

% of time exposed 100

150<200

80<100

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100<150

60<80

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4<5

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M.Arch Term II Project

New Oxford Street, London, U.K.

Main Goals: • Generate a connection between the British Museum and Free Mason’s sq. • Achieve complete independence from non renewable energy sources to satisfy thermal demands. Methodology • Generate a “room in the city” through the creation of a courtyard which meets established agreeable conditions. • Keep plan depth within “passive zone” to encourage passive strategies. • Encourage user interaction with building elements

5’ Walk

British Museum

Site

Free Mason’s sq. Seven Dials

Daylight Factor

kWhr/m ² annual

Shoe box parametric thermal and daylight studies

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30 % Window to floor ratio

40 % Window to floor ratio

30 % Window to floor ratio + Light Shelf

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International Competition

Tandil Town Hall, Tandil, Argentina.

Main Goals: • Provide a civic plaza for the people of Tandil. • Create a strong Iconic image resembling the slipping stone of Tandil.

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Methodology • Creation of a plinth underneath the proposed civic plaza housing all programmes with a public nature • Perforation of the plinth with circular patios for daylight

Press secretary

Honourable council

Secretary of social development Secretaries

Secretary of planning Secretary of economic development

Intendance

Private Archive space Private offices Public Administration Circulation space

Legal and technical secretary Government secretary Secretary of Sanitation

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