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Proyecto Tic Ti

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AcuĂąa

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Chapelle International

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Adrastrus Collection

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Museum of Technology

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Hotel Valle de Guadalupe

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Polanco Market

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Estoa

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Mejorando la Unidad Aguilas Barrioco

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Mejorando la Unidad Cuemanco

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Distrito Argentina

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Terrirtorio de Gigantes

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Porte de Montreuil

Social Housing

Public Building

Public Space

Urbanism


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Abelardo Bravo Amaya Senior Arquitect

Education 08/2009-08/2014 Facultad de Arquitectura, UNAM /MĂŠxico

09/2012-06/2013 ENSA Paris-Malaquais /France Academic Exchange

Professional Experience

Softwares

09/2013-10/2014 Intership at Tatiana Bilbao Estudio 10/2014-Present Arquitect at Tatiana Bilbao Estudio

-Autodesk Autocad -Photoshop -Illustrator

Languages

-Spanish (Native) -English, Toefl IBT 80

-SketchUp, Vray -Office Package -InDesign

-French 2B

I was born in Mexico City and grew up in Hidalgo an agricultural region of the country. This duality of landscapes aroused my interest and curiosity in how to inhabit each place and how to enjoy its particular characteristics. I consider that architecture has different responsibilities in different scales: To understand, respect and integrate into the landscape, to solve the human needs of living, and to contribute with pieces that exalt life. That is why I enjoy all the scales of the project and consider them equally important. I develop architectural and urban projects from a conceptual, architectural, executive and construction supervision stage. I also like to coordinate all the engining and various specialties around the projects.


Proyecto Tic Ti

Year: Location: Status: Colaboration: Info:

2014 Atlacomulco, Mexico Non Built Gabriela Mosqueda, Daniel Eslava Career final project.

As an exploration on the topic of social housing in Mexico, this exercise seeks innovative proposals on the growth of housing, which is presented in an organic and poorly organized manner in the cities of the country. The project presents three housing prototypes adapted to different parcels. Each family develops in a different way, and this project seeks to offer an aesthetic and orderly growth of the house next to that of the family.

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IMPERMEABILIZANTE IMPERMEABILIZANTE

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CONCRETO PULIDO PEGAZULEJO FIRME DE CONCRETO

CANCELERÍA DE ALUMINO ACABADO CONCRETO PULIDO MURO DE BLOCK HUECO FIRME DE CONCRETO

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Facade Detail

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ACUÑA

Year: Location: Status: Colaboration: Charge: Client:

2015 Acuña City, Mexico Built Tatiana Bilbao Estudio Design Architect, Construction Resident INFONAVIT

In 2015, the city of Acuña was hit by an F3 intensity tornado. Thousands of homes were damaged and at least 100 were totally lost. We designed a prototype of housing adapted to the climate of the region and to the assigned budget. This house aims to grow and fill the gaps at the same time that families require it. The damaged public space near these homes was also re-designed and restored.

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Plan

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CHAPELLE INTERNATIONAL

Year: Location: Status: Colaboration: Charge: Developer:

2019 Paris, France Competition Tatiana Bilbao Estudio Project Leader Pichet

Our proposal looks to integrate harmoniously with the urban context of Paris. This building will be the last construction of the chapelle international ensemble, consisting of a base for commercial use and a 40% social and 60% free housing tower. To achieve better ventilation and lighting of the departments, two subtractions were made to the original volume which allows it to be read as two towers linked by a common core. The facade consists of two main elements, a concrete grid that provides presence and stability, and wooden panels that give movement and variety to the building.

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ADRASTRUS COLLECTION

Year: Location: Status: Colaboration: Charge: Client:

2014 Árevalo, Spain Non Built Tatiana Bilbao Estudio Design Architect Javier Lumbreras

The National Museum and Contemporary Art Center Castilla y León – Adrastrus Collection, presents itself as a new detonator, which integrates and renders active the municipality of Arévalo and its history. The building is integrated into the existing ruins, which belonged to the first Jesuit school. Two volumes that stand out for their geometry and material allow a clear reading of the new and the existing.

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Groud floor Plan

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MUSEUM OF TECHNOLOGY

Year: Location: Status: Colaboration: Charge: Structural Consultant:

2015 Mexico City, Mexico Competition Tatiana Bilbao Estudio, Max Von Werz Design Architect Arup

The project consists in the renovation of the existing technology museum which is part of the cultural offer of Chapultepec Park. Three patios govern the location of the volumes and the development of the visit. These twelve volumes contain the diverse program which contains exhibition areas, offices, laboratories, stores and restaurant. The building envelope is double crital panels with a layer of copper mesh, which greatly improves the energy efficiency of the building.

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Groud floor Plan

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Plan -1

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HOTEL VALLE DE GUADALUPE

Year: Location: Status: Colaboration: Charge: Landscape Architect: Client:

2019 Ensenada, Mexico In Process Tatiana Bilbao Estudio Project Leader Paar Cosmopolitan Group

The Guadalupe Valley region is the most important region in the country of wine production and attracts thousands of tourists every year. The program is diverse and attractive, a luxury boutique hotel, in dialogue with an industrial part for the production of wine. The project seeks a permanent interaction with the landscape, to achieve this all public buildings were fragmented.

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Plan Block 3

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POLANCO MARKET

Year: Location: Status: Colaboration: Charge:

2016 Mexico City, Mexico Non Built Tatiana Bilbao Estudio Project Leader

This project takes advantage of the underutilized areas of a block in an excellent location in the city. Behind an office tower, a public market is proposed to offer gourmet products and diverses experiences. The platform game creates spaces of different heights, where selling points and restaurants ar located. A roof of vaults covers these platforms offering sun and rain protection in addition to atractive spaces.

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ESTOA

Year: Location: Status: Colaboration: Charge: Client: Environmental Certifications:

2019 Monterrey, Mexico Built Tatiana Bilbao Estudio Project Leader. Construction Resident UDEM (Universidad de Monterrey) Gold Leed

Due to the complexity of activities demanded by the brief and the region’s difficult climactic profile, the resultant rectangular clusters each shelter specific parts of the program: underground levels for more private use with the ground and upper levels for public functions. Exterior volumes shade one another and interior spaces. The neighboring Tadao Ando building for the architecture faculty prompted us to evolve a subtler design that would avoid creating a condition of competing, dual sculptural structures. These strategies left an open ground level that could be programmed as a park or plaza.

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Plaza Plan

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Plan -1

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MEJORANDO LA UNIDAD, Ă GUILAS BARRIOCO

Year: Location: Status: Colaboration: Charge: Client:

2015 Mexico City, Mexico Built Tatiana Bilbao Estudio Design Architect, Construction Resident INFONAVIT

This program sought to improve the public space of residential homes in the city of Mexico built between the 60s and 80s. The proposal identified underutilized areas of the complex and connected these spaces with the removal of obstacles and the improvement of pavements. The improvement was accompanied by green areas, exercise, improvement and rest for the inhabitants.

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Plan

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MEJORANDO LA UNIDAD, CUEMANCO I & II

Year: Location: Status: Colaboration: Charge: Client: Artwork:

2015 Mexico City, Mexico Built Tatiana Bilbao Estudio Design Architect, Construction Resident INFONAVIT BoaMistura

This program sought to improve the public space of residential homes in the city of Mexico built between the 60s and 80s. The proposal identified underutilized areas of the complex and connected these spaces with the removal of obstacles and the improvement of pavements. The improvement was accompanied by green areas, exercise, improvement and rest for the inhabitants.

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Plan

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Vegetación baja y pasto.

Árboles y arbustos medianos.

SIMBOLOGÍA

Sector 3__2871.27 m² intervención

El Proyecto realizado toma como base el topográfico proporcionado por INFONAVIT el día 1 de Octubre 2 discrepancia con el Estado Original del sitio tendrá que hacer referencia al Proyecto Topogràfico para hac pertinente al Proyecto Ejecutivo. En caso de ajustes en Proyecto Ejecutivo por omision de información en Topográfico se considerará una semana para realizar los planos pertinentes y una segunda semana para catálogo de conceptos en caso de así solicitarlo.


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DISTRITO ARGENTINA

Year: Location: Status: Colaboration: Info:

2015 Mexico City, Mexico Copetition Gabriela Mosqueda Ramirez 1st price

Our proposal has two main axes to detonate the north of the historic Mexico City Downtown. The north-south axis that connects the zocalo with a new public space in the lagunilla market. And an eastwest axis to connect the plaza of Santo Domingo and the Plaza Loreto. Street improvement integrates the needs of pedestrians, merchants, and opens a window to the city’s buried archeological remains.

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Axonometric Diagram

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TERRITORIO DE GIGANTES

Year: Location: Status: Colaboration: Urban Regualtions Plan: Charge: Client:

2015 Aguascalientes, Mexico Non Built Tatiana Bilbao Estudio Universidad AutĂłnoma de MĂŠxico Design Architect. INFONAVIT

This project seeks to regenerate the eastern part of the city. Thanks to the movement of two high voltage lines, many lands were released, which allowed us to design a masterplan that includes high density housing, urban facilities and public space inside the city to prevent it from continuing to grow horizontally in its peripheries.

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Distribuciรณn de la Vivie por nivel socioeconรณm

Sector 1 Viv. Social Viv. Popular Viv. Medio Viv. Residencial

54.5% 9.4% 30.1% 5.0%

Sector 2 Viv. Social Viv. Popular Viv. Medio Viv. Residencial

51.3% 15.7% 30.8% 2.0%

Sector 3 Viv. Social Viv. Popular Viv. Medio Viv. Resindecial

49.7% 20.2% 25.9% 4.3%

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Totales 2,396 576 856 119

Viv. Social Viv. Popular Viv. Medio Viv. Residencial

60.6% 14.6% 21.7% 2.9%

Vivienda Social - 50m2 Vivienda Popular - 65m2 Vivienda Media - 75m2 y 85m2 Vivienda Res- 100m2 y 120m2

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Year: 2019 Location: Paris, France … Au service d’un récit commun Status: Conpetition Colaboration: Bilbao georges, Serie architects, Bondmultipliant Society Notre hypothèse, c’est qu’en les Si chacun des bâtimentsTatiana du projet estEstudio, Atelier Info: 1st Place liens concrets entre le projet et le paysage singulier, nous proposons de mettre en Charge: Project Leader. construit de la Porte de Montreuil, le projet tension cette diversité etNexity celle des tissus de Developer:

faubourgs avoisinants.

amplifie la cohésion des faubourgs des deux rives et contribue ainsi à atténuer la présence de l’infrastructure.

• Par la recherche de liens de parenté avec les Porte Habitats Bon Marché viennentto a peaceful and attractive neighborhood. The project restores The de Montreuil will bequi transformed attitude aussi à un enjeu such constituer l’autre front de place et and includesCette vegetation, encourages low-carbon mobility activities that willrépond foster sustainable lifestyles, as zero-waste food court and cafes, and a new “Grand Hall” dedicated to a flea market. culturel majeur : de cette manière, le parkway, The Collective for Climate develops the first zero carbonprojet neighborhood of Paris. The project aims to reduce s’inscrit très directement et très •85% Par of des proximités, enthrough fonction de laof innovative approaches and will go beyond the carbon neutrality its total emissions a myriad concrètement dans le paysage urbain de sensibilité concepteurs, soit avec goal thanks todes the creation of a Carbon Fund. l’Est Parisien. l’archétype de l’immeuble de rapport, Le respect de ce principe laisse une marge soit avec l’écriture internationale des d’adaptation. Notre démarche éminemment bâtiments modernes. collaborative sera ouverte lors des phases • En assumant des gabarits plus massifs ultérieures du projet aux élus et aux pour tenir l’échelle des gros objets services, mais aussi aux habitants par le qui constituent aujourd’hui la barrière biais d’une stratégie de préfiguration et acoustique côté Montreuil et Bagnolet. d’activation ambitieuse animée par DVT Up édifice Bravo vient s’inscrire dans une et l’atelier Georges. PortfolioChaque 2020 / Abelardo Amaya des familles de bâtiments qui composent la diversité des avoisinants.


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RE USAGES

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pos est d’intensifier et combiner les usages pour créer des parcours séquencés, fluides, sécurisés es. Les parcours urbains prennent corps dans la finesse du dessin et la richesse de la programmati s rez-de-chaussées, dont nous faisons de véritables seuils ressources, qui apportent de nouvea Défi 5). La qualité d’usage ne se décrète pas, elle se dessine, se programme sans cesse dans u n forte entre espace public et rez-de-ville. Nous avons travaillé leur très haute qualité d’usage ( Portfolio / Abelardo Bravo Amaya tous sur m2 2020 totaux), piquant la curiosité, clarifiant les accès et accueillant toutes les pratiques. es et parcours offrent à tous une expérience épanouissante de la place comme du quartier, po


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elle d’intervention est celle du paysage ouvert et métropolitain, généré par le flux du bouleva ue d’aujourd’hui et celui d’un boulevard apaisé demain. Nous entendons par paysage ses de tes, physique et dynamique, dont nous avons fait des outils de projet. e physique, inscrit dans la géographie et visible, apporte une précieuse respiration aux habitan Le projet prolonge l’épaisseur verte, sportive, toujours en mouvement du boulevard périphériqu allée habitée qui est restaurée, renaturée, amplifiée. La lisibilité de son parcours d’usage est am des coutures physiques et visuelles (place et placettes, rez-de-ville). Ce paysage est aussi sensori Portfolio 2020 / Abelardo Bravo Amaya alités de notre projet sont ancrées dans le territoire (flore locale, pierre, bois, terre crue) pour do


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