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YUSTI YUSTIGÓMEZ GÓMEZHERRERA HERRERA M.M.Arch ArchGraduate Graduate ustiGome ustiGome errera erreragmail gmail com com Gren Gren illeille Place Place ondon ondon S S - R- R

EDUCATION EDUCATION

EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT Architectural ArchitecturalFirm: Firm:

Individual IndividualPractice: Practice:

Estudio+Arquitectura Estudio+Arquitectura

New New South South Exhibition Exhibition

Freelance Freelance Architect Architect

Exhibition Exhibitionesigner esigner

First First Class Classonours onours

Januar Januar-Jul-Jul

NoNo ember ember

École École Nationale Nationale Supérieure Supérieure

( (months, months,enerife, enerife,

(Paris, (Paris, France) France)

d’Architecture d’Architecture Paris-Malaquais Paris-Malaquais

Canar CanarIslands) Islands)

New New South South Exhibition Exhibition

Master Master ofof Architecture Architecture - -

Galérie Galérie d’art d’art dudu CROUS CROUS

(Paris, (Paris, France) France) Gio Gio Arquitectura Arquitectura Freelance Freelance Visuali Visualier er

New New South South Association Association

March-June March-June

Founding Founding Member Member

( (months, months,enerife, enerife,

JulJul

Japan) Japan)

Canar CanarIslands) Islands)

(Paris, (Paris, France) France)

Bachelor Bachelor ofof Architecture Architecture

Atelier Atelier Bow-Wow Bow-Wow

Taucho Taucho Social Social Center Center

Intern Intern

ProPro ectect Manager Manager

École École Nationale Nationale Supérieure Supérieure

JulJul -October -October

Januar Januar

d’Architecture d’Architecture Paris-Malaquais Paris-Malaquais

( (months, months,okok o, o, Japan) Japan)

( enerife, ( enerife, Canar CanarIslands) Islands)

F+L F+L Architectes Architectes

Competition Competition Finalist Finalist

Exchange Exchange Student Student otooto Seika Seika UniUni ersit ersit( ( oto, oto,

- -

- Ongoing - Ongoing

- Jul - Jul

(Paris, (Paris, France) France) Intern Intern

ecember ecember

MaMa -September -September

Jacques Jacques Rougerie Rougerie International International

( (months, months, Paris, Paris, France) France)

Architecture Architecture Competition Competition

Serero Serero Architectes Architectes

Published Published Project Project

Intern Intern MaMa -September -September ( (months, months, Paris, Paris, France) France)

(Ottawa, (Ottawa, Canada) Canada) uilding uilding Edition Edition eno eno t agacé t agacé (Ed(Ed ) ) Carleton Carleton UniUni ersit ersit

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SKILLS Architecture Teacher:

Software:

Languages:

Workshop Teacher

3D Modelling

Bilingual

August-October

Rhinoceros

Spanish (Mother tongue)

( months)

Microstation

English

Parametric esign (Paris-Mala-

Ma a

French

quais, France)

Sketchup

Japanese

igital Pro ect Workshop Teacher

Intermediate

No ember- ecember

CAD / BIM

Italian

( months)

Autocad

Catalonian

Intensifs numériques (Paris-Mala-

Re it

quais, France)

Vectorworks

Project Assistant Teacher

Rendering

German

Januar -June

Maxwell

Arabic

( months)

V-Ra

Beginner Portuguese

Écologie de l’Information (Chris-

ds Max

tian Girard’s workshop, ParisMalaquais, France)

Scripting Mathematica

Workshop Teacher

Grasshopper

October-No ember

RhinoScript

( monts)

Processing

Intensifs numériques (Paris-Malaquais, France)

Design/Video Adobe Creati e Suite


WATER TOWER

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Description

A critical approach towards green a

he re-use of a former urban infrastr

A programmatic congestion working

An intermediate Astro urf landscap the private programs.

A thick concrete mass pro iding both long urban lifespan


Features

Program:

architecture

Location:

ructure

Paris III (France)

Student ormitor (

g with the water s stems of the cit

Surface:

Sports Club

pe between the public and

h thermal-acoustical efficienc and

m

ater ower

Cinema

heater

ork Center

rooms)


he knot as an opportunit for programatic encounters

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ifferent kinds of knots allow different connexions

he program can be decomposed further for increased connecti it A gap between the public and the pri ate pro ides access


A Second e el Fifth e el C Ninth e el

, Public Programs , Intermediate andscape , Student ormitor

ongitudinal Section showing the programmatic complexit

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A

C


rans ersal Axonometric Sections

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E


A

C

F

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he

ater ower becomes the

pro ides the pri ate spaces of the student dormitor

collision that becomes an infras-

te landscape flows between both,

tectural mass of the building

tructure for the surrounding cit

pro iding a public meeting space

connects directl with the public

with stunning iews of the cit that

spaces of the neighbourhood

he building is di ided into two

An intermedia-

his topographical disruption of

cr stalli ation of a programmatic

clearl different parts the lower

allows quick access to an pro-

one encompasses the public

gram of the

programs and the upper one

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ater ower

the otherwise compact archi-


C.S.O. TAUCHO

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Description Participator Architecture

he possibilit of legall restoring a s

he Small budget and limited work solutions

For example, as a solution for the co

space is created, a greenhouse edib the building for the same price than


Features

squat communit centre is unlocked

kforce impose inno ati e pro ect

Program:

Location:

Communit centre

Santa Cru de enerife

horshops

(Canar Islands)

Stud Room

Surface:

ostl roof waterproofing, a new

Vertical Farm

m

ble garden that adds new features to

Canteen

standard waterproofing

Assembl Space


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Electrical Installation

Staircase Problems ermites

Problems Impossibilit of an

ood deca

embedded installation

Impossibilit of an entirel

Elements worth conser ing

new staircase because of

Implementation RE

regulations

I C- -

and

technical regula-

tions

Strategies

Material sa ing

Reinforcement through

Slab

Rooftop

Problems

Problems

ermites ood deca

Rooftop access deterioration

aterproofing

bolting and gluing of main Strategies

beams

Strategies

Surface-mount installation

Replacement of worn

Placing new planks

Minimal run

out items

Unmounting beams

ack of insulati Expensi e

Replacement of worn

Strategies

and risers

out items

Remo al of exi

Anti-termite treatment

Anti-termite treatment

and unnecessa

Rebuilding

Rebuilding

the roof structu

isassembling step treads

Creation of a n

o er the existin

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Greenhouse Problems

s structural

Expensi e rooftop repair Ceritiface of habitabilit

g damage

related constraints

Openings

ion

concerning the rooftop

Problems

isting access

Partitions Problems

Strategies

interconnection

Small spaces unable to host

Use of greenhouse related

and ersatilit

big crowds

prefab building s stems

ar loads in

ure

new rooftop

ng one

ack of space

Strategies emolition of unnecessar walls

Addition of a new space

Strategies

allowing to respond to the

Resi ing openings

constraints while remaining

Creation of sliding

cheap

partitions


THE ISLAND THE WORLD

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Description

Features

A reflection on the relationship between local and global using the

Location:

example of an island he pro ect encompasses house extentions, which allow islanders to

enerife (Canar Islands) Surface:

host tourists in their home, allowing them to benefit from an economic

Undetermined

acti it that has alwa s remained in the hands of foreig tour opera-

Program:

tors

he pro ect aims to pro ide the necessar tools to the island to

redefine its relationship with the global

ouse Extensions


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SITE I La Finca del Gato


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he pro ect is located in a densel populated urban area with outstanding iews of the cit and the sea All areas of the pro ect are oriented towards the iew but one that creates an area of shade and coolness from which to obser e the street


SITE II Las Arenas

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his example explores an h potetical cooperati e pro ect led b two neighbours It consists of two apartments with a number of shared spaces that open onto the landscape, allowing a ariet of accommodation options

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SITE III La Resbalada


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his pro ect, in addition to pro iding a space for flexible accommodation, allows the creation of a common kitchen shared with the rest of the house, allowing the possibilit of a gastronomic acti it as well as a new meeting place for the inhabitants of the house


CITY OF SHADES

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Description

heoretical approach to the paradox

ation and destruction of undergrou processes generated because of the ground

ecause the underground escapes th

tectural processes, the onl wa to a

is through creating blind spots in


Features

x of gentrification the standardi-

und parts of the cit through urban attraction that exerts the under-

Location: Saint-Ouen Flea Market (France) Surface: Undetermined

he rational space construction archi-

acti el create transgression spaces

n the structures of control.

Program: Flea market gentrification s stem


Foucault’s Control istoricall , control of human so-

Deleuze’s Control In contemporar societies,

ciet starts b disposing the death

control is no longer kept b a

of indi iduals and then extends

central t rannic element, but it’s

towards controlling their li es

exerted b each indi idual onto

themsel es

others, though interiori ation of historic control mechanisms

his kind of societ cr stalli es around the idea of a Panopti-

embedded in the indi idual’s subconscious

con , in wich a centrali ed power sur e s the totalit of indi iduals

ut such a societ would e en-

Absolutist monarchies and totali-

tuall face self-destruction b

tarian states exemplif the mono-

suffocation It needs to release

pol of control

through programmed transgression

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Gentrification ourgeois’s search for new pla grounds pro iding fresh air into

controlled en ironments and the disappear of the underground

the h per-controlled et-set social appro al s stem create a ne er

As far as architecture is a ke

ending expansion towards the

factor in the expansion of control,

margins of economical and social

there isn’t a wa for the architect

de elopment, the underground

to directl pro ide new places for the underground to thri e

ut the paradox is that the ourgeois as a social class need to be

Ne ertheless, there’s an indirect

framed into a controlled s stem

wa for chaos to pre ail

of alue in order to keep their social status

his will e entuall

lead to a further spread of h per-


he bathed b the sun upper le els create an exciting shopping landscape that allows the contemplation of the cit ’s sk line while keeping the cos nineteenth centur atmosphere of a traditional Parisian flea market An urban catwalk

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Under the relentless ga e of the other, the encounter with another person becomes a complex protocol in which nothing is left to chance, leading to a generation of self-conscious indi iduals


he economical deca of space allows the e olution of t pologies

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Underneath the newl de eloped la ers, the less economicall attracti e lower le els become an opportunit space for the politicall incorrect repressed parts of the personalit to release Far from sight, the original flea market structure can e ol e into a new ab lon made of tortured shapes and twisted desires


In these lab rinthine corridors, the meeting with the other becomes an interrogation in which e er thing remains unclear Indifference, iolence, fear, pleasure

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e er thing has a place in the shade


he superposition of simple patterns creates complexit

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MOUNTAIN PARKING he

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alker


Description

Features

Flat site with beautiful mountain ranges fading towards the hori on

Location:

he parking becomes an opportunit to sol e the conflict between the cit and the neglected natural park he new structure transforms the horizon by adding a new mountain range, which isolates the park and allows new iewpoints ri ing through the parking becomes a new landscape experience

uartu Santa Elena (Ital ) Surface: m Program: Parking places ic cle places

he

alker o er the Sea of Reeds


A

C

he pro et allows a better relationship between cit and nature 29


A Section facing North C East anscape Ele ation

Section facing

est

est Ele ation


TWO HOMES

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Description

ug ouse wo rothers and a sma

Preser ation of pri ac while creatin Passable green roof ( he prairie) Grid ouse

he superposition of thr

spaces

he o erlapping grids create flexible


all plot

ng meeting points

ree different grids generates all the

e limits allowing spaces to e ol e

Features

Program: ug ouse

Location: e PrĂŠ-Saint-Ger ais (France)

Grid ouse

ouses Appartments

uplex Semi-detached houses

Surface: ug ouse Grid ouse

m

Commercial space m

Communit center


C

A

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UG OUSE A Ground Floor First Floor C

hird Floor North

ing Section

South

ing Section

GRI

OUSE

A First Floor Fourth Floor


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A


Aerial iew facing Northwest 33


Street iew facing Northeast

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NEW SOUTH

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Description

New South aims to acti el question

global context and the h bridi ation rar

isions

he exhibition emerges as a first ma dating from the time of the final pro

dialogue on the geopolitical periphe

lectures on the southern metropolises


Features

Program:

n the place of the architect in the

Location:

Exhibition space for six architec-

n of local knowledge and contempo-

Paris VI (France)

tural pro ects

Surface:

anifesto of the group’s acti ities ect At the same time, a space for

eries is created through a series of

s

m

ecture Room


he exhibition consists of a series of elements organi ed around a map of the island of enerife A ideo pro ection space, a photographic report on the island’s human landscape, reading documents and drawings of the pro ect itself

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he s mbol of the exhibition is a cartographical continent composed of pieces of maps of each of our pro ect territories As part of a performance, this continent was drawn b hand on the window of the galler

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he exhibition enabled the exchange of iews among members of the association and the public, as well as professionals from the world of architecture

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