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Systemic Recycling: Urban Waste Treatment facilities

The ECO-Cylinder

Thesis Dissertation Diploma in Architecture

Design Competition Independent Research

2009

2009

2009

Systemic Agro-tourism: Chili River Masterplan

Systemic Agro-tourism: Self-fab ECO-Shelters

'The Quarry' Touristic Masterplan

Design Competition Independent Research

Design Competition Independent Research

Volunteer Work NGO Cied - Peru

2007

2008 'Patio Puno' Masterplan Competition

'Off-Campus' University Residences

Teamwork Design Competition

Design Studio 10, 5th Year Graduation Project Prof.: Pastor, Huaco (UNSA)

Competition Entry

2006

2005

2005

'Punta Sal' Aqua Lodge

'The Cube' Modular Bus Stop

'Symbiosis' Commercial & Residential Centre

Design Studio 7A, 4th Year (UNSA) Tumbes, Peru Prof.: Ulrich Zanabria

Product Design Course 3th Year (UNSA) Prof.: Gustavo Sanchez

Design Studio 6A, 3th Year (UNSA) Prof.: G. Sanchez

M.BEnv. (Sus.Dev.) 2014 Candidate UNSW (Australia) - Arch. / B.Arch (First Class Honour 2008) UNSA (Peru) carlosbarta3@hotmail.com - http://cbkarchitects.wix.com/design-consulting# +61 406755850 (Mob.) +61 02 96979968 (Home)

p or tfolio o f academi c / pr o f essi o nal w o rk s an d desig n c om pet it ions 2005 - 2013


carlosbarta3@hotmail.com - http://cbkarchitects.wix.com/design-consulting# 7E / 3-5 Anzac Parade, Kensington 2033 NSW, Sydney - Australia +61 406755850 (Mob.) +61 02 96979968 (Home) - Citizenships: Peruvian, Chilean

1. Education & Training 2014 - Master of the Built Environment in Sustainable Development. MBuiltEnv (SustDev). (Candidate) UNSW – Australian Graduate School of Urbanism (AGSU). Faculty of Built Environment. Australia. 2011 - Diploma in Architecture (Arch. - Summa Cum Laude.) 2008 - Bachelor in Architecture (B.Arch - First Class Honour.) GPA: 84.25 %. 2008 - Postgraduate course, “Cities and Climate Change” 2008 - International Postgraduate Course, "Urban Planning and Sustainable Construction" Universidad Nacional de San Agustín - Faculty of Architecture and Urbanism. Peru.

Teaching & lecturing 08.2012 - 01.2013 07.2010 - 07.2012 04.2009 - 06. 2011 Volunteer activities 2008 - Present 04.2008 - 05.2009

Selected Finalist. TOP 15 Best Latin-American Papers - ELEA North Latin-American Meeting of Architecture Students. Peru. Highly Commended Award. National Architecture Student Competition. Peru. Medal of Honour. Universidad Nacional de San Agustín. Highly Commended Award. Ecohouse International Student Competition. UK. First Prize “ex aequo”. Bayer Young Environmental Envoy. Peru / Germany. Selected Project. 2nd Advanced Architecture Constest. IaaC. Barcelona / Spain. First Prize. Architecture Essay Competition. Universidad Nacional de San Agustín. Peru.

4. Exhibitions (E) & Conferences offered (C)

2. Work Experience Professional work 01.2012 - 01.2013 07.2008 - 12.2012 04.2008 - 07.2012 07.2008 - 01.2012 01.2010 - 12.2010 11.2009 - 12.2010 07.2009 - 01.2010 10.2007 - 12.2007 12.2007 - 07.2008

2009. 2009. 2008. 2008. 2007. 2007. 2006.

CBK Architects. Design & Consulting | Principal Architect & Founder. Alvaro Pastor Cavegneri Architects | Assistant Architect. Ulrich Zanabria Ojeda Architects | Project Architect. Alvaro Neuenschwander Borsani Architects | Assistant Architect. Regional Government of Arequipa | Project Assistant, Senior 3D modeler & Environmental Consultant. Regional Government Of Moquegua | Senior 3D modeler. NGO Cied | Designer & Environmental Consultant. Municipality of Paucarpata | Architectural Designer. Silvia Rodríguez Meneses Architects | Intern Architect.

Universidad Alas Peruanas. Escuela Profesional de Arquitectura | Lecturer. Universidad Nacional de San Agustín. | Member of the Commission for Self-assessment and International Academic Accreditation (Faculty of Architecture and Urbanism). Universidad Nacional de San Agustín. Faculty of Architecture and Urbanism. | Tutoring - Design Studio 6A - 8A.

07. 2012 11. 2012. 06. 2012. 07. 2011. 11. 2009. 10. 2009. 05. 2009. 03. 2009. 02. 2009. 05. 2008. 12. 2007. 05. 2007. 08. 2005. 10. 2005. 07. 2004.

EME3 _ International Architecture Festival. Barcelona - Spain. Seminar: System of Parks, Ecological Infrastructure and Natural Areas for Arequipa'. International Exhibition. "Architects from Peru to the World". Lima - Peru. EME3 _ International Architecture Festival. Barcelona - Spain. Urbaninform - Squat City. 4th International Architecture Biennale of Rotterdam. Urban SOS Exhibition. World Archietcture Festival. Barcelona - Spain. Generacional (Collective Exhibition). Cháves de la Rosa Cultural Centre. Peru. Arquitectura en Potencia. Principal Room Gold Museum of Peru. Patio Puno (Collective Exhibition) (CAP) Peruvian School of Professional Architects. Jorge Basadre Grohman University. Peru. Technology in Environmental Education and Climatic Risks Management towards a Sustainable development. Ministry of Defense. Educational Regional Office. Peru. VIII National Congress & I International Congress of Geography: Geography, Globalization and Sustainable Development. Peru. International Congress on Environmental Planning and Management. Environmental Challenges of Urbanization (Paper presentation). Brazil. II Congress of Architects – South Region. Peru. VIII National Biennial of Architecture Students. Cesar Vallejo University. Peru.

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5. Publications Environmental Advocacy. Organization of events related to climate change,educational advisory, environmental education and global warming. Bayer Young Environmental Envoy (BYEE) Alumni, Clima Latino (Latin Climate) member Group, Youth contributor (columnist) at the TUNZA magazine (UNEP - United Nations Environment Programme). Curatorships & Non-profit Event Assisstanships

2011-12 2011 2011 2010 2010 2010 2010 2009

EME3 International Architecture Festival Catalogues 2011 - 2012 "Do it Yourself" (Essay). Grin Editorial. Germany. UNESCO COURIER Magazine. Vol.64. No. 03. SELF-FAB HOUSE Book, (Book Chapter). Actar Ed. Spain. UNIVERSITAS Magazine No 09. Saint Augustine State University. TUNZA Magazine N° 6.1 - 6.4 - 7.1 - 8.3 (UNEP). UK. ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW Magazine No. 1361. UK. ARKINKA Magazine N° 161 -162. Peru.

3. Honors & Awards 2013. Endeavour Scholarship Holder 2013. Australian Scholarships. Department of Industry, Innovation, 6. Personal Skills & Competences Science, Research and tertiary Education. Australia. Computer Skills 2012. Institutional Recognition for higher Academic and Professional Achievements. PROFICIENCY : Archicad, Art* Lantis Studio, Photoshop, InDesign, Microsoft Office Faculty of Architecture & Urbanismo. Universidad Nacional de San Agustín. Peru. INTERMEDIATE : Premiere, Corel Draw 2011. Second Place. SAIE Selection 2011 - Architects under 40 Category. ARCHIEUROPE. Italy-Belgium. BASIC : Autocad, Sketch Up, Ecotect. 2009. Semi-Finalist & Award of Merit. Urban S.O.S. Competition. AECOM Program. UK. 2009. Honourable Mention. Goi Peace Foundation International Essay Competition. Language Skills UNESCO and Goi Peace Foundation. Tokyo, Japan. SPANISH : Mother Tongue 2009. Scholarship Program for English Studies. Fulbright Commission. Diploma with Honors. ENGLISH : Proficiency (TOEFL 106/120) The Peruvian American Binational Cultural Center & United States Embassy in Peru. GERMAN & PORTUGUESE : Basic


2013

Visions for Canberra Connecting Russell Masterplan Location

Canberra | Australia

Type / Role

Group work | Urban Design Studio 1 MUDD Program - AGSU - UNSW

Co-Authors Instructors

Masterplan (Urban Context) 1:10000

Masterplan (East Basin Context) 1:5000

Rituka Kapur | Raffaele Villano   Ph.D. Paola Favaro Ph.D. Karl Fischer (University of Kassel) M.Arch. Benjamin Driver

The beautiful city of Canberra is the outcome of Griffins’ plan, a compelling work of landscape planning and an inspirational blend of theories such as ‘City Beautiful’ and ‘Garden City’ movements. However, the intervention of social, economic, cultural and political factors managed to alter the plan to a great extent. As a result, the ‘work of art’ has been only partly realised on the ground. Thus, the project focuses on regenerating Canberra in terms of accessibility, waterfront and land use development. It reinterprets Griffin’s legacy by identifying and following strong axes and varied urban schemes. The character of the city has been enhanced through appropriate horizontal and vertical distribution of building mass that maintains the city in scale with its landscape and increase access to open spaces. The sustainable mobility approach focuses on minimizing traffic congestion in city centre while maintaining a legible and functional hierarchy of existing streets by introducing the new Light Rail and pedestrian schemes. One of the most important strategic propositions focuses on extending the city towards its lake and parklands by reinstating Griffin's main axes and avenues and by incorporating new boulevards and pedestian streets to improve city connectivity.

Aerial View Russell

Finally, It has been envisaged a large waterfront promenade for a variety of public activities. Opposetly, the perimeter quarter schemes of blocks in intended to propose quite, calm and private open spaces for medium housing developments, those that can easily connect with near vibrant and busy avenues.

Perspectives & Street Section


Urban Matrix

Street Section 1:250 - Detailed areas 1:1000

Masterplan (Russell Context) 1:2500

Urban Sections 1:1000


2011

systemic recycling

• A green CHIMNEY used as a wind-tower, a waste segregation room (manual system) and a light diffuser.

28,29

1,23 4,92

A 100% of materials uses in outdoor surfaces are obtained on-site and near of 75% of off-site materials and technologies can be found in a radio no greater than 30 km.

33,1 Ha.

16,16

1,24 2,46

3,39

2,94 0,74

11,78

2,55 1,70

17,00 14,72

12,00

1,80 1,20 1,80

11,00

1,65 0,55 1,65 3,50

1,08 3,24

3,24

12,42

3,00

17,8 Ha.

5,76

15,91

10,00

21,3 Ha.

1,04 0,41

12,2 Ha. 8,6 Ha.

0,55 0,22

0,55

1,60 0,21 0,60 1,00

1,04

1,28 0,96 1,20 1,65

0,55

0,55

0,60

4,15

6,40 1,04 1,04 3,80

3,30

2,00

2,40 2,20

6,00 4,95 3,78 3,50

14,40 3,78

12,65 11,34

2,50

2,22 0,37 1,85

0,74 0,37

1,28

3,70

10,51

20,40 20,35 15,12 15,00 11,00

20 737

1,17 0,09 0,09 0,17 0,88

8,4 Ha.

0,60

0,40

0,56

0,09 0,09 0,80 0,51 0,06 0,06

0,32 0,16

0,64 0,06 0,03

10 629

0,45

METROPOLITAN AREA

4,24

0,72

6,57

16 230

7,8 Ha.

0,15 0,02 0,02

0,79

0,07 0,09

0,62

0,44

5 479

6,3 Ha.

3 817

2905,20 Km2 13 districts 849 122 hab.

CONCEPT

• A modulated and parametric ROOF SYSTEM to capture energy passively and other resources (rainwater storage) through a large-singled roof.

a green chimney (passive energy systems)

adaptive envelopes (activities open to community & environment) A GREEN INDUSTRY OF WASTE TREATMENT

an interactive roof (energy and resource harvesting)

2,32 %

rubber

3,06 %

textiles

3,53 %

31,29 25,09 21,75 16,55 glass

4,40 %

metals

71,41 misc

18,30 %

10,04 %

130,14

150,82

YEAR 2035

2005 Ton./day 1,51 Kg./day/hab.

2,4 Ha.

21,20 %

YEAR 2011

711,30 Ton./day 0,84 Kg./day/hab.

1388736 hab. YEAR 2035

4,9 Ha.

average

plastics

YEAR 2011

• Intelligent ENVELOPES made of different kind of recycled materials obtained in a radio lesser than 30 km.

Through real-time data technologies such as light & temperature sensors and waste treatment machinery the building modifies its enclosure characteristics, facades openings and distribution of waste on conveyor belts to control the different amounts of ventilation, lighting and indoor quality.

6,22

20 750

paper & cardboard

At an architectural scale, the project aims the transformation of the typical concept of ‘polluting industry (urban waste treatment)’ by readapting its visual image into a more sustainable, socially responsible and highly efficient building. To achieve this, ‘The concept of Factory’ has been re-adapted into three recognizable elements:

2,56

15 591

5,12

At an urban scale, it has been developed a Masterplan of 350 Ha. that envisage the future natural restoration of the landfill area by implanting a system of natural platforms for recreation, leisure, adventure sports and scientific research with huge public spaces with exhibition areas and biotechnological nursery of local flora & fauna. In addition, a series of other industrial facilities such as Leachate Treatment Plants, a Landfiill Gas Recovery Plant and an Energy Plant, will serve to transform the by-products generated during the next 50 years.

47 900

5,80

54 013

3,63

Arequipa (Peru) metropolitan area has 13 districts with that produce approximately 800 Tons of waste per day and it is estimated that will increase to 3000 Tons of waste per day during the following 35 years. Nowadays, all this garbage is dumped in almost 12 Informal dump-sites located in city’s perimeter. In this context , this project responds to the need for an appropriate classification, treatment, processing and final disposal of city’s urban waste.

11,84

55 245

8,64

62 193

1,23

 3 500 000 sqm (Masterplan)  60 000 sqm (Buildings)

62 739

AREQUIPA - PERU

264,25

Area

75 471

37,15 %

Selected. EME 3 Archietcture Festival. Spain 2nd Place. SAIE Selection 2011, Italy 4th Advanced Architecture Contest - IaaC

Construction materials

27,4 Ha. 78 674

organics

Competitions

2,03 2,71

  Arch. (MSc.) Dora Guillén de Arce   Eng. Carlos Eldregde Oishi

Informal dumpsites

2,03 2,03 5,42

79 049

Adviser(s)

6,77

Arch. Ulrich Zanabria Ojeda

Thesis Director

33,21

110 788

2,55 1,70

Individual work - Thesis Dissertation to obtain the Diploma in Architecture

16,16

Type / Role

2,21 2,21

129 819

15,45

Arequipa metropolitan area | Peru

27,21

Location

Waste generation 51,66

Hab./district

23,55

Location

43,33

Urban Waste Treatment Facilities

Ton./day

YEAR 2011

150,2 hectares of informal DUMPSITES

This is a strategy to invigorate local markets and use local professionals for reducing construction, transportation and maintenance costs. 70% of the materials involved in construction can be recycled at the end of the building’s life cycle estimated at 40 years.


Landfill masterplan 2011 - 2035

Urban matrix Research centre of camelids

Buildings

Exhibition area

Adventure sports Inorganic plant loops & paths + Visitors’ centre

Pathway detail / Construction phases Leisure area & Sport center Organic plant

Circulation Exhibition area & open spaces

Vegetation Landfiill gas recovery plant 01-08 Remediation

08-15 Developing

15-22 Restructuring

22-30 Adaptation Buildings

Exhibition area of camelids

Adventure sports loops & paths

Surfaces

Landfill gas recovery net

Biotechnological nursery of local flora & fauna

Leachate treatment plants

Vegetation

Leachate recovery net

Circulation

Ground water

Energy plant

Waste location

READAPTED LOCAL COLONIAL ARCHITECTURE

LOCAL LANDSCAPE RESTORATION (FLORA, FAUNA, AGRICULTURAL PLATFORMS, NATURAL CARPETS)

CONTEXTUAL & AESTHETIC STRATEGIES

Surfaces


Self-sufficient technologies

Programmatic organization

SOCIAL & ECONOMIC APPROACH. The project offers re-training opportunities to the informal sector, child-care and leisure facilities for workers and employees. Local community can visit the museum, workshops, cultural areas and enjoy educational tours inside the factory.

Organic Waste Treatment Plant (Compost Factory)

Inorganic Waste Treatment Plant + Visitors Centre

Culture - Education

Administration

Employees’ services

Industrial areas

+ 27.00 VIEWPOINT

Intelligent-adaptive envelopes

The GREEN Chimney

AUTOMATION SYSTEMS. The comfort indoor is controlled by a computational program that collects real-time data from electronic sensors. These determine different kinds of interactions and opening levels between the EOLIC EXTRACTOR at the Green chimney and the METALPERFORATED gyratory PANELS on facades. The industrial process uses a sophisticated software to control the amount of uploaded waste and the speed of conveyor belts according to the information collected from Garbage Trucks.

Gabion Walls

Viewpoint (Green Chimney)

GRADUAL NATURAL VENTILATION

+ 7.20 SECOND FLOOR

Souvernirs / Bookstore/ Cafeteria /

Thermal control indoor & Air Purificaction

Visitors’ Viewpoint

+ 1.00 FIRST FLOOR

Auditorium / Museum / Classrooms / Library / Parking lots / Reception Hall / Administration offices / Manual segregation of waste (Room 2)

OPEN facades OPEN extractor

Eolic Extractor (wind-tower) + Light Diffuser

- 3.50 FIRST BASEMENT

Laboratory / Workers’ Restroom & showers / Infirmary / Union Room / Dinning room / Offices / Kindergarten / Manual segregation of waste (Room 1)

OPEN facades CLOSE extractor

System of ramps (Educational tour) CLOSE facades OPEN extractor

- 8.00 SECOND BASEMENT

Biofilters / Air conditioning / Cistern room / Electrical station / Warehouse area / Truck loads / Industrial Hall for waste treatment

+ 8.10 TECHNICAL CONTROL

Control area / Viewpoint /

Cost Zero of Construction (100% RECYCLED STONES)

Gyratory Metal-perforated panels AIR FILTRATION +

NATURAL VENTILATION

CLOSE facades CLOSE extractor

Structural tridimensional grid

Natural Lighting & Solar Control

+ 3.00 BIOFILTERS’ LEVEL

Technical Control / Air Biofilters / Viewpoint /

WINTER - 0.50 TUNNELS’ ROOF

Metal lattice + Profilit envelopes

Organic Waste Load /

- 8.00 SECOND BASEMENT

Humidifiers - Temperature control room / Fermentation & ripening tunnels / Refused Compost for landfill / Compost warehouse for purchasing

Different opening options controlled by sensors.

SUMMER

Manual segregation room + Conveyor belts


The parametric roof + the photovoltaic roof

THE PHOTOVOLTAIC ROOF

Mock-up process

Photovoltaic Monocrystalline Panel

867 panels 852.0 KWh / day $ 255.60 (Dollars saved every day)

Natural-filtered Illumination (aprox. 10 hrs./day)

MODULAR GENERATION

85 % of self-sufficiency guaranteed over 35 years ! SOLAR STUDIES - Best Modular Orientation

RAIN WATER COLLECTION SYSTEM

- 4000 = 2000 m3/year

SUMMER

WINTER

NATURAL COOLING & VENTILATION SYSTEM

THE PHOTOVOLTAIC ROOF

Technical drawings


2010

the eco-cylinder

Location Indonesia Function Shelter | Farm # Modules 04

Location Zimbawe Function Energy Production # Modules 04

Worldwide users Location

Worldwide

Type / Role

Individual work - Academic (Design Competition) (Graduate)

The project promotes social inclusion, cultural diversity and skills transferability

Competitions Participation Archi BAU AWARDS Area

20 - 40 sqm / cylinder

Overpopulation and overconsumption processes all over the world have conditioned the rise of new environmental and social problems such as scarcity, overcrowding, lack of shelter and waste improvement. This is where the ECO-CYLINDER has a crucial participation in creating new architecture typologies, incorporating in its construction the most common residual materials dumped worldwide: plastic bottles and steel cables. The cylinder can be used in many ways, adapted according to the site & weather conditions, number of users, function and material availability. The bottles, set in tubular arrangements, may storage water, be covered with natural materials and act as a empty container for flotation. The cylinder turns into an inhabitable space capable of being used in horizontal and vertical orientation, being a multifunctional object that helps users in their daily tasks.

Covering materials

leaves

sand

stones

water

trash

wood

liquen

straw

snow

fabric

The main materials can be obtained from garbage, reducing considerably manufacturing costs. The bottles transparency allows the object to mimic with the landscape. Moreover, the cables used to join the bottles can be helpful to connect electronic devices with external power and information networks. Finally, the object may be covered with other natural materials obtained from the local context as a protection and mimicry strategy. The assembly process is very simple. It is necessary to join the bottles with cables and create two walls that will be intertwined one to each other. These will be wrapped to form cylindrical modules that will be piled according to needs. Each module measures 4 meters of diameter and 2.10 meters height, approximately. Location Vietnam Function Production | Fish farm # Modules 03

Location China Function Food Transportation | Boat # Modules 05

Location Function # Modules

Saudi Arabia Storage | Reservoir 05


Location Switzerland Function Navigation | Light Buoy # Modules 03

Location Norway Function Production | Warehouse # Modules 06

Location Canada Function Navigation | Lighthouse # Modules 06 - 10

Location USA Function Media | Radio Antenna # Modules 05

Location Mexico Function Scientific | Viewpoint # Modules 06 - 08

Location Titicaca Lake, Peru Function Transportation | Boat # Modules 04

How does the cylinder blend with the landscape ? 1 Filling spaces with vegetation or natural materials 2 Using transparent bottles 3 Planting bushes for sticking the structure to ground 4 Burying part of the first module into the ground

CONCEPT Wrapping the landscape as a container,imitating the nature...

Location Antarctic Function Shelter | Iglu # Modules 04


2009

systemic agro-tourism Chili River Masterplan Location

Arequipa | Peru

Type

Individual work - Academic Research (Design Competition) (Graduate)

Adviser(s) Arch. Ulrich Zanabria Ojeda Arch. (MSc.) Dora Guillén de Arce Area

300 000 sqm (urban)

Agricultural Tourism in Post-colonial Cities Wherever we go for vacations, we are looking for comfortable hotels and resorts. Many of them are located in natural contexts such as forests and exotic paradises promoting a sustainable tourism. On the contrary, some other irresponsible architecture designs have changed the cultural, economical and social conditions, establishing all-in-one concrete monuments with irreparable consequences for local habitats. Under these circumstances, the NEW MASTERPLAN for the Chili River Borders has been elaborated under the systemic approach and proposes a new alternative for touristic facilities in post-colonial LatinAmerican cities. The project promotes the idea of merging the urban and rural touristic attractions in a city where the urban sprawl has gradually suffocated the river basin and the countryside. Consequently, agriculture, tourism and cultural heritage will create a new urban network to unite both sides of the city, geographically and socially divided by the river. The fields will become a tool for modelling a changeable and productive landscape, making it an attractive destination for tourists and locals alike. The masterplan establishes new paradigms such as locating hostels inside cultivated crops, the experience of living in buildings made of recycled materials and experimenting to work with the local farmers in their daily task (plowing, sowing); increasing the environmental awareness and skills transferability. Both riversides will be restored and designed as a serious of natural slabs covered with rocks and vegetation. The abandoned tanneries located in the west border will be transformed into a post-industrial museum, a convention centre, public libraries, art galleries, theatres and typical food restaurants. The gas station located next to the industrial facilities will be replaced with a new BIOMASS STATION, where people will be able to learn, and participate in activities such as compost elaboration, biogas processing and solar energy production. Finally, all old slums and colonial houses next to river will be restored for creating new residential spaces.

Sector 2 - Production & Accomodation

Sector 1 - Culture, leisure & residence Awards & Competitions Selected EME3 International Architecture Festival 2011, Barcelona Award of Merit - Semifinalist URBAN-SOS Competition 2009, London Highly Commended ECOHOUSE Student Contest, London Participation HOLCIM AWARDS Next Generation, Zurich Selected 2nd Advanced Architecture Contest, Barcelona First Prize “ex aequo” Bayer Young Environmental Envoy, Cologne


Old gas station

Old colonial buildings

A masterplan to create a natural paradise inside the urban fabric...

Riverside Detail

CURRENT CONDITIONS

Abandoned Tanneries

Cliff's inestability

Social & economical participation CONTRIBUTIONS TO SOCIALLY VIABLE ENVIRONMENTS The design will integrate two social divided areas of the city connecting them through a Public Park. The Pedestrian & bicycling network will enable the relationship between different tourist shelters & complementary infrastructure, along crops.

CONTEXTUAL RESPONSE & ECONOMICAL BENEFITS The old abandoned tanneries restoration will be an opportunity to open new trading markets and broaden the cultural and commercial markets. The economical regulation established between the touristic and agricultural activities is a homeostatic system that maintain a permanent level of incomes and regulate the local market.

GRADUAL ECONOMICAL TRANSFORMATION

VS CURRENT SOCIAL-ECONOMICAL SCENARIO

irregular incomes from informal industries & agriculture

permanent regulation between tourism & agriculture

PROPOSED SOCIAL-ECONOMICAL SCENARIO


2009

systemic agro-tourism The self-fab ECO-Shelters

program orientation

Location

Arequipa | Peru

Type

Individual work - Academic Research (Design Competition) (Graduate)

Adviser(s)

Arch. Ulrich Zanabria Ojeda Arch. (MSc.) Dora Guillén de Arce

Area

240 sqm (single building)

Awards

Selected EME3 International Architecture Festival 2011, Barcelona

structures & modules

mobile paneling

recycled materials

Award of Merit - Semifinalist URBAN-SOS Competition 2009, London

STEP A single module assembly

Highly Commended ECOHOUSE Student Contest 2008, London Participation HOLCIM AWARDS Next Generation, Zurich Selected 2nd Advanced Architecture Contest, Barcelona First Prize “ex aequo” Bayer Young Environmental Envoy 2007, Cologne

STEP B module assembly of complex shelter

The Self-manufactured Shelter Being part of the AGRO-TOURISTIC masterplan, these shelters are located in the sector 2, dedicated to production and accommodation of tourist. In addition, a rustic network of sidewalks has been designed among buildings for communication, trading and transportation.

STEP C floor & additional suppor tive systems assembly

Self-manufacturing of parts (digitally designed) allows cooperative work between farmers & tourists. This work system is an innovative concept that promotes environmental awareness and the development of new skills & technologies via training. Finally, the intelligentfaçades control the comfort indoor being operated manually, reducing building’s performance costs throughout its life-cycle.

STEP D paneling assembly

shelter

modules

furniture

materials

Fractals & architecture

Randomness and patterns found in fractals are used for organizing the project throughout different scale levels, since insulation materials and spatial volumes to more complex urban scales.

< The Environmental System It has been developed an environmental system that works with INPUTs & OUTPUTs in cyclical dynamics. Through these, the users are able to transform human waste into energy and new materials. Urban farming, biogas-generators, electricity convertors and wastewater recycling the shelter is completely sustainable and independent for long period of times.


600 000 Kwh/year solar path - winter

Solar rays are blocked by vegetation, reducing the temperature inside the shelter.

The north façade (bottleâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s radiator) is exposed to the sun for more than 8 hours, improving the solar profit.

spatial iterations

3 085 Kwh/year energy consumption (expenses)

BUILDING KEY FEATURES

* 10.22 tonnes / year (UK national average)

solar path - summer

energy production (profit)


2009

' the quarry ' Touristic masterplan Location

Anashuayco Quarry - Arequipa | Peru

Type

Individual work - Volunteer work

Client

NGO Cied & Regional Government

Area

750 000 sqm

The masterplan proposes the restoration of the current system of quarries located 15 Km. from the Arequipa’s city centre. They are part of natural cliffs and valleys where city has historically obtained “the sillar”, a porous volcanic stone that has been the principal construction material for more than 200 years, being used in more than 60 % of the city. Currently, these site has been awarded as an UNESCO Humanity Cultural heritage but is being threatened for illegal invasions promoted by private enterprises that are interested in commercializing this material with any kind of control and regulation. In this sense, the NGO CIED in accordance to the Regional Government offered me the opportunity to design an holistic masterplan in order to promote, restore and protect this natural landscape and population self-awareness. The project focuses on using local materials and construction methods in order to maintain the natural landscape and promote new touristic routes inside these “sillar valleys”. Several famous facades of local buildings will be carved into the cliff and visitors will have the opportunity to see local workers in their daily tasks such us carving, digging, fragmenting and sculpting the rocks. As well as amplifying and promoting employment the proposal pretends to create new touristic attractions in order to diminish the intention of privatization and overconsumption of “sillar” as well as a new strategy for education. The different pedestrian routes (inside the canyon) will be between 1 and 2 hours long and will cover a distance from 1.1 Km to 3.0 km. according to tourists’s necessities.


Main entrance detail


2008

' patio puno ' Masterplan competition Location

Arequipa | Peru

Type

Teamwork - Professional work (Design Competition) (Team Member)

Member(s)

Arch. Ulrich Zanabria Ojeda (Leader) â&#x20AC;&#x160;Arch. (MSc.) Darci Gutierrez Pinto

Competition Patio Puno Masterplan National Competition Area

650 000 sqm

The park is located inside an old abandoned train station and it will recover and recycle the existing buildings, machinery and rails to transform them into a productive park, a public garden and a big active museum, as well as proposing new cultural buildings with similar architecture morphology with the purpose of generating physical and spatial reference. Currently a private enterprise operates the infrastructure inside the area and they only will be leaving the site in 10 years. This situation required a Phase Program Strategy. There have been located ecological modules designed for environmental education and all rail cars will be transformed into locomotive greenhouses and galleries. Grey water will be recovered to irrigate the park and all organic waste will be transform into compost as an strategy for reducing maintenance costs. The park is surrounded by a green belt of trees, generating naturally shadowed paths and a continuous forest image from outside. The open spaces and promenades will be planted with local endemic species of flora and seasonal crops to insure new economic income, generating technical education and employment.


2007

' off - campus ' University residences Location

Arequipa | Peru

Type

Design Studio 10 + Design Studio 09 Undergraduate - 5th Year (Individual) (Final Degree Project)

Adviser(s)

Arch. Alvaro Pastor Cavagneri MSc.Arch.MLA Mauricio Huaco Zúùiga Arch. Aldo Guerra Vizcarra

Area

42 257 sqm - Masterplan 14 367 sqm - Built area

Awards

Highly Commended - 2009 National Architecture Student Contest

The project is located at the Chili river valley, on a cliff 15 m. above the water level. All visuals are orientated towards the Colonial city centre and some old colonial houses are located inside the plot. It has been elaborated a complex program that will offer cultural activities and housing services not only for students, but also to the general public and local neighbors. The basic concept for this project was to create two different circulations systems. The first circulation system is located in the ground level. Boulevards, streets and private squares connect all public activities such as expectation, exhibition and sport that will serve public users. On the other hand, the second group of restricted circulations are located in the following levels above the squares and they are designated to connect student apartments and green roofs. The green roofs replicate the pre-existent agricultural landscape and support productive and leisure activities. Some old colonial houses (mansions) found in site will be restored and adapted to new cultural programs. The overall design will have to take into consideration the typical architectural and urban aspects studied from the adjacent colonial houses and city centre. Finally, due to the fact that apartments will accommodate graduates and undergraduates students from 3 different universities, it has been designed a system of independent apartments (typologies) that are organized in differentiated groups in order to allow the best solar exposure, thermal comfort and a optimum illumination quality of studies and rooms.


2006

' punta sal ' aqua lodge Location

Punta Sal Beach, Tumbes | Peru

Type

Design Studio 07 A Undergraduate - 4th Year (Individual)

Adviser(s)

Arch. Ulrich Zanabria Ojeda

Area

17 400 sqm

Land scarcity and dangerous geological conditions are problems that reduce possibilities to invest in tourism along the north shores of Peru. Although the sceneries emulate a Caribbean paradise, there is still a lack of good facilities, a fact that motivated me to design a floating lodge, 350 meters far from the shore. As a perforated membrane, the floating docks join each and every building supported over concrete pillars. The facilities offer a plenty of interesting services such as hostelling in bungalows, boat renting, sustainable fishing, diving instruction, yacht club, restaurant, discotheque, workshops and a protected marina. The reinforced-concrete dikes have been designed according to predominant tide movements, deflecting currents along its longitudinal axis and offering protection to all ships and buildings located behind.


2005

' the cube ' Bus stop

Location

Worldwide

Type

Product Design Course Undergraduate - 3th Year (Individual)

Adviser(s)

Msc. Arch. Gustavo Sanchez R.

Area

200 sqm

The single more important public object used for transportation,communication and social relationships is the BUS STOP. Moreover, it is a space of social friction and although it is designed to satisfy collective necessities, it is also useful for individual activities such as commuting, information and rest. In our proposal, the BUS STOP is reinterpreted as a cubical system that is able to add or remove modules according to the amount of users and the space availability. These modular variety offers different types of associations and incorporate additional urban furniture such as benches, rails (stand-up support), bins, telephones, and publicity posters.


2005

' symbiosis ' Commercial & residential centre Location

Arequipa | Peru

Type

Design Studio 06 A Undergraduate - 3th Year (Individual)

Adviser(s)

Msc. Arch. Gustavo Sanchez R.

Area

14 000 sqm

Commerce and housing perfectly exemplify an architectural symbiosis between two activities that are essential in Peruvian mixed-use buildings. The project is focused on concentrating the public activities in the first floors and the housing and leisure program over a green roof considered as the buildingâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s fifth façade. In addition, the design course was orientated to develop detailed drawings with a high technical presentation level.


The Museum of Louvre. Sketch by Carlos Bartesaghi Koc. 2009.

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Architecture and Urban Design Portfolio 2005 - 2011 (Carlos Bartesaghi Koc)  

Architecture and Urban Design portfolio of academic/professional works and competition entries developed during 2005 - 2011

Architecture and Urban Design Portfolio 2005 - 2011 (Carlos Bartesaghi Koc)  

Architecture and Urban Design portfolio of academic/professional works and competition entries developed during 2005 - 2011

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