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RESUME

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/academic ENTROPIA

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MEGAPOP

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ANTI-BUILDING

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RIG THE RIG

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THE LINE

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THE CLIP

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BRIDGING DECAY

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//professional 54 ///miscellaneus REPRESENTATION TECHNIQUES

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PAINTING & DRAWING

PHOTOGRAPHY

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EDUCATION

ARCHITECTURAL EMPLOYMENT

2009-2016

Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Barcelona Degree in Architecture // Excellent

2015-2016

Kungliga Tekniska Högskolan, Stockholm Master of Architecture // Honor mention

2014-2015 University of Technology, Sydney Master of Architecture // Distinction Exchange

I am a recentely graduated architect with double degree Barcelona-Stockholm. I am artistic and creative, goal directed, determined and focused. Ambitious, innovative and passionate. Self motivated and efficient. A quick learner, team worker. A traveller. A dreamer. Grown-up in four countries, I have been exposed to different cultures and ways of living which gave me the values and perspective to look at the world and architecture in a special way.

OOAK architects, Stockholm Architect Oct 2016-Jan 2017 (4 months) WOODS BAGOT, Sydney Student of Architecture Jan-Jul 2015 (6 months)

2013-2014 Kungliga Tekniska Högskolan, Stockholm Master of Architecture Erasmus

BOVEDA ARQUITECTOS, Santiago de Compostela Architect Assistant Jul-Aug 2012-2014 (6 months)

2003-2009

OTHER EMPLOYMENTS

IES Rosaía de Castro, Santiago de Compostela Secondary education // Honor mention

Gallery Espacio 48 // Art gallery Santiago de Compostela Jul 2009-2011

AWARDS Nominated for RIBA President Medal’s 2016 Bilateral Exchange Scholarship 2014 Erasmus Scholarship 2013 Spanish Elite Athlete Grant 2007-2012

Volunteering in an Organic Farm, Iceland August 2011 Phisics, maths and drawing high school tutor, Barcelona 2010-2012 Swimming trainer, Barcelona 2010-2012 Hostess in Swimming World Championships, Barcelona July 2013

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SWIMMING CV

LANGUAGES

INTERESTS

COMPUTER

2007-2013

Spanish Championships ( 6 gold medals)

Spanish // native

Architecture and design

Autocad

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Eixo Atlรกntico Games, Portugal (2 gold medals)

English // Professional proficiency // TOEFL certificate

Art and photography

Rhinoceros

Building and construction

Grasshopper

Adventure and nature

3Ds Max

Travelling and sport

Sketchup

Philosophy and psychology

Archicad

Music and cinema

Revit

2007 Swimming Junior World Championships, Hungary

French // Delf B2 certificate 2009-2013 Professional Swimmer at Club Esportiu Mediterrani, Barcelona 2003-2009

Swimmer at University Team, Santiago de Compostela

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Santiago Swimming Club

Portuguese // Intermediate proficiency Italian // elementary

Galician // native EXHIBITIONS

Vray

Swedish // B1 certificate

Catalan // Professional proficiency

Photography exhibition at Ecoworld, Sydney July-Dec 2015 Desing project exhibition at the City Hall, Ostuni, Italy June 2016

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SKILLS

Photoshop

Drawing and Painting

Indesign

Model making

Illustrator

Hand drafting

Lightroom

Laser Cut

Premiere Pro

3D printing

After Effects

CNC

Processing

Video Montage

Office

SKILLS


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ENTROPIA A TALE FROM THE NORTH

Entropia is a project about migration seen as a permanent reality and how it affects architecture. The idea is to create a speculative vision and to formulate questions about this actual and essential topic rather than giving answers. The proposal is based on the meeting of disparate cultures and how this encounter can generate architectural innovations. Entropy becomes the key concept and starting point of research. Entropy is the measure of disorder in a changing system. Entropy in order to explore ideas of decay and renewal, chaos and order. This project is about finding two entropic systems and make them interact. People are moving away from many areas in Europe. Migrants can help re-inhabiting this areas. The idea is to absorb new people into existing infrastructure and set new opportunities. Sweden becomes the perfect scenario with high depopulation taxes in the country side.

If you give a

family a land, would it be a segregate act or an opportunity to grow a life? Is there any segregation if everyone has the same opportunity to success their life? Segregation is not a spatial issue. The end result is a dynamic, positive creation to generate new culture in Sweden.

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Entropia

History

Entropia

History

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Entropia

ERRARE HUMANUM EST...

he wave of migration continued into the 18th century. Walloons became gradually integrated into Swedish society.

As you all can see and imagine, this region was the region

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welcoming every strange person and giving them a life.

Once upon a time, there was a region in the

Errare humanum est...

e left everything behind us: home, family,

middle of Sweden hiding one of the most

But it is not about German, or Walloon about who we

valuable treasures for the future of the country.

want to talk about now. They are the history of this place.

This treasure had the power to attract people from all

We want to talk about what is happening at the moment

blankets, a bunch of papers, a bird and a little piece of our

around the world just to try to get it from the ground. One

to this area.

lost land. Someone said that we are the new nomads of

can find this place heading right south from Dalarna,

This region is dying. Its entropy is arriving to an irreversible

the world or something like that. New nomads with a final

into the woods, in a region called Bergslagen. It includes

extent. People abandon wonderland today. Entropy is

destination or this is at least what we hope. People said

some little towns like Hofors, Hallefors and Hagfors. The

taking all over the place. Entropy seen as an inevitable

we are souls with no place. We have seen everything in

towns of the rapids.

social decline and degeneration, seen as a form of

our journey… How evil the world is. We crossed mountains,

Once, a few hundred years ago, approximately in the

transformation of society and culture is becoming the

rivers, desserts, seas, valleys, lakes, cities, war, peace... We

Middle Age, this region began to interest to the kings,

fear of the old people still staying there. They know that

crossed everything you could ever imagine and more.

because they realized they could export this precious

one day everything will be gone. They lose their hope and

We left in the back part of a truck. And from there we

material. It was also at that time that German mine

their believe. Buildings, squares, markets are decaying

could have a last glance at our lost city. It will always stay

merchants started to run their own operations in those

with time and it seems like none even cares about.

in our memories.

But someone heard a rumor. Someone heard about

During our journey we had to learn everything. Learn to

something really awful happening very far away. People

jump walls, learn to survive. Learn to learn. Our journey

are escaping from far away and doing a very very

changed our minds, our habitudes, our ways of thinking,

long journey to come to this cold land. Those people

changed ourselves.

apparently come from very warm areas in the planet. The

We finally arrived to this so called cold land. We were

rumor says that they come from somewhere called “the

exhausted. We just wanted a little room and a little privacy.

middle east” . They were forced to leave their cities and

They spoke to us about a magic spot in the middle of red

their life. It is said that the migrant population bring with

fields. Apparently an experiment was taking place there.

themselves part of their land.

They told us we would become builders. Builders of our

Swedish mining areas and trading communities . At that point mining and foreign trade paved the way for the integration of Sweden into the European civilization. It became a place of cultures. Later on numerous Walloon miners, with their families, settled in the area to work in on the extraction of this precious and valuable material. They were experts on it. They were a community coming from Belgium. Walloon methods of production were incorporated into traditional

desires, dreams and life. The only things we brought with us was a bucket of

practice, to supplement the existing German techniques.

own dreams.

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The region

Entropia

The city

Entropia

The chimney

THE REGION

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hen you enter the region of Bergslagen, you don’t see just one city, you see several. Hallefors is not just one, it is all of them

placed randomly in this vast landscape. What happens

THE CHIMNEY

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city that builds itself. Over time. Gods of two civilizations protect the city. The dreams of two civilizations were made up together. One dying

in Hallefors, happens in its neighbor Hofors, and what

man in another circular room that writes a poem about

is a vision without an author. An urban science-fiction.” REM

on. The only fact is that it all happens with a retard of some

KOOLHAAS

minutes, months or years. One city is the dejavu of the

society and generate value.” A place to build the void.

next one, so if an inhabitant creates a dream in the first

The city evolves and evolves . Entropy. The city is built

citiy, he can be certain that this dream will be replicated

on the margin. In margins it is possible to find dynamism,

a few kilometers away a few seconds away. This way, the

and we can observe there the transformation of an

cities repeat their lives in the same way.

organism leaving entire parts in a state of abandon and

miss is this high and elegant tower. It is a brick

this circular room a man writes a poem about another

built over the ruins and rules of an existing one. “The city

what happens in Hagfors happens in… and so on and so

you walk in this region something you will never

circular shape) there is a wooden table and a bench. In

Existing and new. Two different entropic worlds. One city

happens in Hofors happens in its neighbor Hagfors, and

nd a tower, with its top in heaven. In any city

tower, with no door and no window. In the only room (with

civilization and one exiled civilization. Order and chaos.

another man in another circular room… The process has

A place with the possibility to create community,

no end and none will ever read what they write. (adapted from J. L. Borges)

hard to control. The inhabitants of this city walk in streets that turn over themselves. First they didn’t want to look at each other. Later they started crossing glances. Finally they recognized on each other their own desires. “The myth of the city can continue to exist only in an imaginary dimension, a dimension in which reality is literally placed in a state of crisis and re-invented, used as a surface onto which to project ambitions, desires and expectations that have always constituted the sense of the urban dimensions. “ Rem Koolhaas

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Runn Falun

Dala-Järna flygfält

Djurås Hofors

Vansbro Borlänge

Dala Airport

Säter

MIGRATION FROM SOUTH TO NORTH Hedemora

Avesta Airport

Pajala polar artic circle

Väsman

Overkalix

Ludvika

Avesta

Smedjebacken

Sorsele

Norberg Ludvika Airport

Asele

Bjurholm Norberg

Hagfors Fagersta

Malingsbo-Kloten

Hofors Hallefors Hagfors STOCKHOLM Laxa Hällefors Airport

Kopparberg

Skinnskatteberg

Hällefors

DEPOPULATION IN SWEDEN

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Colegio

Hostal

Biblioteca Escuela popular

Zona deportiva ZONA INDUSTRIAL

Polideportivo Hotel

Iglesia

Casa del diseño

de tren Zona comercial

Centro de salud

Policía

Mezquita

Gasolinera

Correos

Supermercado

Gasolinera

Teatro

Centro para inmmigrantes desacompañados

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Zona de 60m de distancia alrededor de pasajes rodados

Zona de aparcamientos

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TRAZADO DE MANZANA diferentes tamaĂąos para comunidades diversas <4000m2 4000-8000M2 >8000M2

Zona de 60m de distancia alrededor de pasajes rodados

Zona de aparcamientos

TRAZADO DE MANZANA diferentes tamaĂąos para comunidades diversas <4000m2 4000-8000M2 >8000M2

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SITE

HÃ&#x201E;LLEFORS: THE MAGNET

HEALTH CENTRE

LIBRARY

CULTURAL CENTRE

GREEN HOUSE

PROPOSAL allotments area

fields

education area

green house health care sport centre mental health

public baths

school

reception area

health area

offices

central area library market

arts area

cultural centre

storage & workshop

commerce area

INFRASTRUCTURE

PUBLIC FACILITIES

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MEGAPOP

Culture is value. In Ostuni they have all these things that are extremely trendy around the world right now, everything is locally produced and refined, the farmer works in a small scale and has many different crops, he takes his olives or grapes and bring it to the cooperative factory where he gets olive oil or wine back. What we thought that they needed for their culture would be a common place where they could all show their products or other cultural events. And that this place would be situated in the center of Apuglia, near the historical city Ostuni. This would in return make Ostuni, which we have come to call a Pop Up City growing from 30 000 inhabitants to 100 000 once a year, a more attractive city to visit. Not only in august but also other months and weekends of the year, making the city more alive and attracting younger people to stay there not only in summer but throughout their whole lives. This would both be branding the city as a city of culture and at the same time give local artists and producers a place to show their work. The site we have chosen is the strip between Ostuni and its seashore. Both of them hold a great value for the region and by giving this in-between space a meaning we believe that we would strengthen the area as a whole. Our idea is to have these different events in this place to make the distance feel shorter. Along this stripe we have mapped out the different masserias, what they can provide the pop up spaces with is water and electricity. In our project we want to propose architecture as event, dynamic and movable in contrast with the permanent architecture we are used to. We create a link between city and seashore that attracts people to move in between both of them. We decide to create two tracks to arrive to the sea shore from the city, the fast track and the slow tracks. The fast track reuses the main road that links this two parts and we propose it as a stages promenade, designed as different â&#x20AC;&#x153;episodesâ&#x20AC;?. We are interested in creating different open spaces, each one with its own particular atmosphere linked to the events taking place in the pop-ups proposed on the sides. The slow track, have been designed to link the rest of the pop-ups by bike lane that allow you to enjoy the scenery while you go from one to the other one and while you can get lost in nature.The repetition of the pop-ups will develop a recognizable image of the area, a new identity for Ostuni. It is about event, movement and space.

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ANTI-BUILDING PARAMETRICAL EMBASSY

The Autonomous Campus will explore the campus forms through the lens of the Embassy. Starting from ignoring specifics pertaining to scale and context, the purpose will be to create an abstract machine. This system controls the income parameters to generate differentiated outcomes. The idea come by the concept of creating an antibuilding, deconstructing the general notion of an embassy in all its scales and explore the limits by blurring spatial boundaries. In order to deal with the defense diagram the idea is to propose a trap machine which allows to split and mix the different spaces from the given program. An embassy is by definition a complex object. It mix factors like security,diplomacy, reputation, data, working spaces, reliability. The idea is to configured this multiplicity of parameters to make a simple system.

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PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

ANTIBUILDING CONCEPT

DEFENSIVE STRATEGY


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RIG THE RIG

More than 70 percent of the worlds surface is covered with water and the avaliable land ressources are shrinking every day. So shouldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t we think about urbanizing the sea in the future? Our suggestion is to reuse the more than 4â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;500 soon-be-deserted oil rigs in the Gulf of Mexico, as a base and resource for a new vertical urbanism. We can profit from the existing foundations and the tons of unused steel aswell as the existing infrastructure. Our project questions the contamporary urban planning by verticalizing the typical horizontal urbanism. To achieve the verticality we work with cubes which accommodate the main program while the net-like non rectangular connections open up public spaces and connections between the different cubes. The grid is both our supporting structure and the body housing for the infrastrucutre. This structure can be understood as a 3D masterplan which is adaptable in size and shape to various architectural and cultural typologies. For our project we have choosen a specific site in the Mexican part of the Gulf considering the climate, the size and the architectural expression of the sourrounding cities. It is a cluster of six oil rigs, 70 km away from the coast of Mexico, which will serve as a foundation for our vertical village. The project is theoretcally and physically connected to the city Ciudad del Carmen, Mexico.

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The dimension of the cubes varies between 10,15 and 20 meters in every direction and is based on the tipical parcel

The structure is made out of reused steel from abandonned oil rigs and can continue growing over the years according to the speciďŹ c requirements.

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The circulation is provided by a spiral stair and ramp system which connects the diďŹ&#x20AC;erent cubes

Our highrise projects 180 meters beyond sea level.


The structure is made out of reused steel from abandonned oil rigs and can continue growing over the years according to the specific requirements.

The dimension of the cubes varies between 10,15 and 20 meters in every direction and is based on the tipical parcel

The circulation is provided by a spiral stair and ramp system which connects the different cubes

Our highrise projects 180 meters beyond sea level.

PUBLICNESS

NATURE

FLEXIBILITY

SEMI-PUBLIC SPACES

ADAPTABILITY

SUSTAINABILITY

COLLECTIVITY

STREET LIFE

INDIVIDUALITY

Publicity in contrast to privacy is a important quality of a urban conglomeration which is indispensable for a democratic political discours. More than the streetlife the main public places are important for the representation of a collective to the outer wor

In urban situations, cultivated nature is imortant to maintain a healty environment. Furthermore shady trees, parks and flourishing plants contribute to the well-being of the citi zens.

Good urban plans make incremental processes of adaption possible to optimize the local conditions and allow architectural freedom.

As the word sais, the semi-public spaces as courtyards and small streets imply privacy and publicness. This places allow residents to interact, both with each other and with visitors, and they start to identify themselves with the neigbourhood they are living in.

The needs of our world change so rapidly and when planning for the future we have to be aware that architecture should be adaptable to situations we can neither predict nor even think of today.

The new villages in the sea will sustain themselves thanks to sea water desalinators tanks, tidal generators and wind turbines.

Identification with the urban environment can be strengtened by small collective activities within the neighbourhood. Collective places allow discussions, formation of like-minded groups and trigger participation.

The street is one of the most public spaces where individuals and different parties can express their wishes, styles and opinions. It is where the unexpected is happening and where changes can be.

In a city where the borders between public and private seem to dissolve, it is important to create personal spaces for the individua vidual to reflect.

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THE LINE

About balance, about simplicity, about curiosity, about emotions, about emptiness, about nothing. What is the meaning of building an object in a surrealistic landscape? What is the line which splits apart the superfluous and the necessary? How to help human to interpret and understand non-human scale? How is emptiness experienced, designed and negotiated? Space is a void, a pocket of air that must be contained to define a limit. The emptiness is related with the characteristics of the place and not because of that is a missing piece if not a creation. The invisible in architecture could be conceived as space. Adding subtraction, building excavation. A landscape project, a nomadic expression, an ephemeral perturbation of the landscape. It is there but you donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t see it, it is there, where ground and sky merge, it is there, where there is no horizon, it is there, in the distance, where it canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t be disturbed. Sami culture is about simplicity, program needs to be reduced to the minimum where the two interior spaces are seen as refugees and the final end becomes the exhibition space of the nature around, just a covered point of view. A line story to walk through.

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THE CLIP

In this project we will bridge the Stockholm territories of Sรถdermalm and Hammarby Sjรถstad. The infrastructural intervention will be combined with the architectural brief. Space, infrastructure and structure are addressed in one single design task. We will design a pedestrian and bicycle bridge linking these two territories. The bridge furthermore host an exhibition space with a small cafe that provides the Luma tenants a public presence in the neighborhood. The cafe offers a space to rest and enjoy the view along Hammarby Sjรถ. The bridge thus becomes enriched with a program and is supposed to weave into the existing urban context. The idea for the bridge was to build a continuus strucutre in an 8 shape that could contain the pedestrian and bike passarel at the same time than the exhibition space and a resting place.

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BRIDGING DECAY

Buildings inevitably decay. There is nothing we can do to stop it. What can we do about it? The march of preservation necessitates the development of a theory of its opposite: not what to keep, but what to giva up, what to let it go. What will happen if we let a building go? Society is so concerend with preserving buildings of some historical significance in a particular point in time. This view is short-term. It is unsustainable. It is expensive and un-economical. Lets step back and reframe what preservation really means. Lets look at long-term. We cannot preserve, or â&#x20AC;&#x153;freezeâ&#x20AC;? a building in a particular point in time. Time is ongoing. With time, objects change, technology evolves, patterns of life reshape, society and values adjust. Perhaps the best way to preserve something is not to preserve it at all. Letâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s let it go until it is a ruin. Let it decay, allowing entroy to do its thing. What implications the ruin of the power station have for Sydeny? How might Sydney embrace this decaying building? This project is a critique towards the preservation politics in Australia.

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PROFESSIONAL

I worked during six months in a global architectural practice: WOODS BAGOT. With 900 people working in this office across the whole world, in the office in Sydney we were around 50. It specialises in the design and planning of buildings across a wide variety of sectors and disciplines, including aviation and transport, education, science and health, lifestyle, sport and the workplace. Some recent designs have focused on philosophical as well as environmental and geological themes. I worked mainly with the award winning interior design team, but I had the opportunity as well to join big scale projects like the design of the headquarters for Google in Sydney, a new terminal for the airport in Brisbane... I had the chance to be enrolled in the very first steps of most of the projects with the responsability of some parts of the design. All the images presented are property of Woods Bagot architects.

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MARKETING SUITE JOURNEY

MARKETING SUITE APPROACH

The journey begins by taking buyers past the heritage brick facade, into the dramatic warehouse environment to view the sales information and then into a more pristine recreation of an apartment. From there a landscaped river walk extends to a pontoon dock via a coffee cart with outdoor seating.

Architecture becomes a beacon to draw visitors to

THE PAPER MILL RENOVATION, SHEPHARD STREET, SYDNEY the site. The dampalon forms on the corner glows

with activity. Simple black hoarding provides an opportunity for signage and marketing campaigns to be represented.

LANTERN ELEMENT

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COFFEE CART

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04 Display Apartment Experience

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+130

Do we fix the area to be the perfect frame for the “melting”. Or will the melting fix the

+140

+150

+160

+170

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URBAN ANALYSIS

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2060 +120

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Do we fix the area to be the perfect+160 frame for the “melting”. Or will the melting fix the area over time? +150 +170

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+170

What’s the impact of the area in the building? impact of the building in the area? 2065 2070 2075 And what’s the2080 2085

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2065

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+110

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2025

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+10 +20

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