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Carmen Mencos Mora Figueroa CV + Portfolio


CURRICULUM VITAE CURRICULUM VITAE

Carmen Mencos Mora-Figueroa C/Cardenal Ilundain 3 p/3 1ยบC 41013, Seville, Spain DNI: 28844908-X Mobile: (+34) 666166490 Email: mencoscarmen@gmail.com Date of Birth: 20/05/1990 Place of Birth: Seville, Spain


Academic Training Undergraduate Degree in Architecture (taken in English), IE University, Segovia. (2008-2013) Minor in Business (taken in English), IE University, Segovia. (2009-2013) Undergraduate Thesis Project. Grade: 9

Professional Experience Intership in MUSAC. Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Castilla y León, León. (March-June 2010) Collaboration of Designing & Construction of ‘La Fuerza de la Palabra’ Exhibition, Guadalajara, México. (November 2010) Intership in Rare Architecture studio, London. (March-June 2011) Intership in VAMOS Architects, New York. (March-June 2012) Intership in Articam. Agronomy Engineering Studio, Seville. (June-July 2012)

Complementary skills Cycle of Lectures ‘El papel del dibujo’, Esteban Vicente Museum, Segovia. (April 2009) Sofa design for ‘La Fuerza de la Palabra’ Exhibition, artist: Emese Benczúr, Guadalajara, México.

Publications Author: AAVV. Carmen Mencos Mora- Figueroa Title: 4.“(Old) Spaces, (New) connections”. IE University. Bachelor of Architecture Program. Prof. Romina Canna. Alternative practices. The City. Author: IE University. Bachelor of Architecture Program. Prof. Sergio Irigoyen Title: Alternative practices. Digital Studies. Author: IE University. Bachelor of Architecture Program. Prof. David Diez Title: Alternative practices. Design. Author: IE University. Bachelor of Architecture Program. Prof. Marta Landazábal & Ana Coello Title: Alternative practices. Landscape & Environment.

Software skills AutoCad, Rhinoceros, 3DMax, Unity, Sketchup, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe InDesign, Adobe Premier...

Languages Spanish (native) English (high level) French (basic level)


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08-09 Virtual Space_1st Year

Prof. Miguel Paredes (Cuartoymitad)

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Longitudinal section_1:200

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Landscape museum is an example project to prove different tools of Cross section view_1:200 grasshopper, creating movement and a new way of driving on a road or tunnel. Giving a regular MUSEUM shape, 07_VIRTUAL SPACE_LANDSCAPE Professor Miguel Paredes_Carmen developing patternsMencos_02June09 and openings on the surfaces and also calculating the interior and exterior skin structure make these continuous path a real experience of the environment and mood of the museum.

_VIRTUAL SPACE_LANSCAPE MUSEUM

This project is inspired in a waterfall, Longitudinal section_1:200 trying to give movement and entertainment in different levels, also having a sensation of intimacy. It is a place to stay with friends outside in the street to enjoy the night and drinks. Glass panels and steel structures that it made Carmen Mencos Carmen Mora-Figueroa Mencos Mora-Figueroa off change to soft/ darks colours 5 de-5 pending on numbers on people inside, + imitating the effect and sensation of Carmen Mencos Mora-Figueroa Details wavesfachades and movement of water. STOP

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Axonometric view

This project is inspired in a waterfall, trying to give movement and entertainment in different levels, also having a sensation of intimacy with your friends.

08_VIRTUAL SPACE_LANDSCAPE MUSEUM Professor Miguel Paredes_Carmen Mencos_02June09

Exterior space with human scale

Exploded axonometric

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Architectural Geometry_1st Year 08-09

Prof. Roberto Molinos

Rhinoscript _University Life Virus_with Teresa Rodríguez- Gimeno

_EXTENDED SURFACE FOR CONSTRUCTION (scale 1:1)

_PROCESS OF JOINING SIDES OF PIECE

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Call Main() Sub Main()

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_Draw equilateral triangle

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_AND NOW YOU GET YOUR PYRAMID!

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Dim r For r = 0 To 10 _Draw equilateral pyramid with triangular base

'eleccion de la curva Dim c1 : c1 = Int(rnd * 4) Dim c2 : c2 = Int(rnd * 4)

URFACE FOR CONSTRUCTION (scale 1:1)

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_EXTENDED SURFACE FOR CONSTRUCTION (scale 1:1)

_Divide sides in 10 parts, join 5th points to form new triangles

_Eliminate extra pyramid, create control point curve on hexagons

_Trim area inside curves on hexagons join surfaces to create a singular element

_Create planar srf from new triangles,and irregular hexagons created

_Step _Step 2 4 _PROCESS OF JOINING SIDES OF PIECE

Dim nUnit : nUnit = Turn(MasterArray, Poly(c1), Poly(c2))

_RANDOM GROWTH

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End Sub Function Turn(u, crv, crv2) Turn = Null

ENDED SURFACE FOR CONSTRUCTION (scale 1:1)

Dim vert: vert = Rhino.PolylineVertices(crv) Dim vert2: vert2 = Rhino.PolylineVertices(crv2)

Call Rhino.OrientObjects(u, vert, Array(vert2(2),vert2(1), vert2(0)), 1) & DETAILS Architectural Geometry II CONSTRUCTION

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_UNUSED AREAS

University Life Virus

_PATIOS

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End Function CONSTRUCTION & DETAILS Architectural Geometry II tectural Geometry II (Algorithmic Design)

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BOARD # : Virus 7/8 University Life

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BOARD # : 3 / 8

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University Life Virus

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_CONGRATULATIONS! (CONTINUE MISSION)

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PROJECT SENARIOS

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BOARD TITLE:

Architectural Geometry II

(Algorithmic Design)

NAME_1:

Design of an architectural element based on the growth pattern of Ivy (Hedera helix). It will University Life Virus colonize the University in the same way as the flu virus does, taking the DNA of the infected body to become unique and powerful. Our architectural “virus” made by a system and calcalculation with rhinoscript programing, will find its way around the Convent of Santa Cruz la Real, recognizing those areas where university life is low, and “infecting” them with spaces full of life and activity, and ignoring places where innovation and university actions are happening. The virus is reproduced as furnitures, stores, benchs, decoration etc. becoming in part of the architecture.

NAME OF THE PROJECT :

BOARD # : 4 / 8

SPACE ANALYSIS

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(Algorithmic Design)

DRAWINGS & DIAGRAMS

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University Life Virus

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Architectural Geometry II

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09-10 Intership in Musac_Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Castilla y León “Fuerza de la Palabra” Exhibition, Guadalajara (Mexico) & Emeze Bénczur sofa design

27 de noviembre, 2010 - 23 de enero, 2011: Instituto Cultural Cabañas. Cabañas 8. Plaza Tapatía centro. Guadalajara, México

Emeze Benczur sofa design & construcion

The word as a constitutive element of language allows build, communicate, transmit. The works presented in the exhibition La Fuerza de la Palabra highlight how through the word and the discourse it generates, the artists express their point of view towards society in which they live. I collaborate in the design and montage of the exhibition in Mexico, organizating with artists the way of presenting their works, also Emeze Benczur give me the opportunity to design the green furniture of his work of art.

1. ANTONI ABAD. Ego, 1999 2. IGNASI ABALLI. De la serie LISTADOS, 1997-2005 3. PILAR ALBARRACÍN. Espejito, 2001 4. TXOMIN BADIOLA. Malas formas [Una historia que se cuenta con historias de otros], 2002 5. EMESE BENCZÚR. Spend Time on Making Time Turn in Itself, 2002 6. MIRA BERNABEU. “El hueco del espectáculo. Espacio de reflexión”. De la serie MISE EN SCÈNE VII, 2001 7. MARK BIJL. Reason to Believe, 2004 8. CANDICE BREITZ. Aiwa to Zen, 2003 9. CARLES CONGOST. That´s my Impression, 2000 10. DILLER + SCOFIDIO. Soft Sell, 1993-2003 11. DORA GARCÍA. Todas las historias, 2003 12. DORA GARCÍA. Lo posible, 2004 13. CHUS GUTIÉRREZ. El inmóvil viaje, 2003 14. PIERRE HUYGHE. One Million Kingdom, 2001 15. IMMO KLINK. De la serie MAYDAY AT MAYFAIR, 2002 16. JUAN LÓPEZ. Desgrava, 2005 17. CRISTINA LUCAS. Mi Lucha, 2004 18. ALICIA MARTÍN. Contemporáneos, 2000 19. TRACEY MOFFAT. De la Serie Scared for life, 1999 20. YASUMASA MORIMURA. Dialogue with my self 3, 2001 21. MUJERES CREANDO. Utopía, 1999 22. MUNTEAN & ROSENBLUM. Untitled [You are part of…], 2003 23. MUNTEAN & ROSENBLUM. Untitled [We have begun…], 2006 24. SHIRIN NESHAT. The Last World, 2003 25. FERNANDO RENES. De la Serie DIBUJOS CASEROS, 2003 26. FERNANDO RENES. Instant Gratification, 2006 27. CLAIRE ROJAS. Library, 2007 28. FERNANDO SÁNCHEZ CASTILLO. Vivo sin trabajar, 2002 29. NÉSTOR SANMIGUEL. Las emociones barrocas, 1997- 2005 30. YINKA SHONIBARE. Dorian Gray, 2001 31. SANTIAGO SIERRA. Palabra Tapada. Pabellón Español. Bienal de Venecia. Italia, 1993 32. EULALIA VALLDOSERA . El inocente, 2003 33. GILLIAN WEARING. De la Serie SIGNS THAT SAY WHAT YOU WANT THEM TO SAY AND NOT SIGNS THAT SAY WHAT SOMEONE ELSE WANTS TO SAY…, 1992-1993 34. CERITH WYN EVANS. Dreamachine Installation, 2008 35. CERITH WYN EVANS. Visibleinvisible, 2008


Source: TECHNOLOGY

PNEUMATIC PNEUMATIC

Pneumatic reference photograph

Source: TECHNOLOGY

Pneumatic also known as cover in some regions, is a piece of rubber ring is placed on the wheels B.of various vehicles and machines. Its main A. C. Pneumatic also known as cover in some regions, D.is a piece ofE.rubber function is to allow adequate contact for adhesion and friction with Prof. Manuel PĂŠrez (Nodo17 Architects) ring is placed on the wheels of various vehicles and machines. Its main the pavement, allowing the start, braking and guidance. function is to allow adequate contact for adhesion and friction with the pavement, allowing the start, braking and guidance.

7-10cm

Construction System_3rd Year 10-11 20-23cm

185mm

Frankenstein catastrophe & concepts

Olympus Binacular reference photograph

7-10cm

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Tread block

60% of 111mm height respect 185mm width 186,57

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14 plg

666,44

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Shoulder 20m

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Cap piles

3.

Wear tires

399,42

Pressure Front: 2,0 bar/ 29psi Back: 2,2 bar/ 32psi

WET PNEUMATIC

DRY PNEUMATIC

Pressure Front: 2,0 bar/ 29psi Back: 2,2 bar/ 32psi

WET PNEUMATIC

DRY PNEUMATIC

Steel belts

View point

20-23cm

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Pneumatic reference photograph DIOPTER CONTROL WITH CLICK-STOP ADJUSTMENT

Bead chafters

Pneumatic reference photograph

20m

corrects normal right eye/ left eye vision imbalance

WATERPROOF CONSTRUCTION total confidence in any situation

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ASPHERICAL EYEPIECE LENSES distortionfree viewing DIOPTER CONTROL WITH CLICK-STOP ADJUSTMENT

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2. 1.Eyepiece 2.Prisms 3.Objective

corrects normal right eye/ left eye vision imbalance

WATERPROOF CONSTRUCTION TURN&SLIDE RUBBER total confidence in any EYECUPS situation

retracts for use with eyeglasses

ASPHERICAL EYEPIECE LENSES BAK 4 PRISMS distortion- free viewing

the ultimate in sharp, clear images

TURN&SLIDE RUBBER EYECUPS INTERNAL BLACKENING

retracts for uselight withloss eyeglasses eliminate inside binacular tubes

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WATERPROOF CONSTRUCTION MULTI-COATED LENSES total confidence in any situation maximun brightness, constrast & true- color

INTERNAL BLACKENING

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eliminate light loss inside binacular tubes

ASPHERICAL EYEPIECE LENSES distortion- free viewing

Shoulder Cap piles

RUBBER DetailTURN&SLIDE parts binacular

MULTI-COATED LENSES

EYECUPS maximun brightness, constrast & truecolor retracts for use with eyeglasses

CARMEN MENCOS MORA-FIGUEROA Cap piles

BAK 4 PRISMS

Steel belts

the ultimate in sharp, clear images

Wear tires

Detail parts binacular

Steel belts Radial piles

INTERNAL BLACKENING

eliminate light loss inside binacular tubes

CARMEN MENCOS MORA-FIGUEROA Mecanism binacular

CARMEN MENCOS MORA-FIGUEROA

Radial piles Top

Bead chafters

Top

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MULTI-COATED LENSES

maximun brightness, constrast & true- color

Protective/Elastic bulletproof system

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Bead Flank Sculpture

Bead

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Flank

CARMEN MENCOS MORA-FIGUEROA

Sculpture Interior plastic coating Interior plastic coating Canvas frame

Pneumatic lock detail

Canvas frame

Pneumatic lock detail Centre cordon Centre Ringcordon

Joint Joint

New baby generationRing stroller Heel base

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Heel base

Pneumatic parts detail Pneumatic parts detail

CARMEN MENCOS MORA-FIGUEROA CARMEN MENCOS MORA-FIGUEROA

The idea is acquired the knowledge about the history evolution of the construction systems from two clear positions: the discovery and interpretation of the tradition. Taking some everyday objects create a new frankenstain, in this case is for new era babies heroes generation protective, movable and waterprofing stroller

Movable/Rotable pneumatic mechanism

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Folding/Auto-movable transportation

1. baby stroller structure

2. main structure/movable pieces

3. rail suppoted structure

4. protective rotable mechanism

5. wheel tire support

6. pneumatic finished layer


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Prof. Jaume Mayol (TEd’A arquitectes) 

Housing prototype has this “Z” shape to adapt to the terrain, also take advantage of interior spaces and also different heights allow to have different kind of natural light inside. Volume I is for a couple, the spaces and furnitures are movable and changeable made with neutral materials; wood and blanch materials, to generate several moods in the same space. The idea is exploit to the maximum the space to have continuous and free places. The materials are basically concrete and wood to try to achieve the most efficient housing prototype in terms of money, technology and energy. There exists two others kind of volume that sum one and two volumes for more numerous families and in case of the neccesity of more space. 

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11-12 Construction System_4th Year El Bulli Restautant II_Proyecto Básico y Ejecución _with Teresa Rodríguez- Gimeno & Ana González

Bulli Restaurant II is the new Ferran Adria’s investment in Madrid located in an industrial area. The building is designed in a peculiar way, trying to enjoy and experience the process of cooking something in this famous and glamorous restaurant. The circulation of the building is focused in a central lift to go up and then start the route. Cold and Hot kitchens are the original places with a translucent cutlery finished.

Prof. Luis Álvarez


2. Fix latice bamboo envelope C-1500

3. Pladur interior partitions walls 4. Pladur battens/structure windows 5. NOVI Bath+Kitchen prefabricated module

x6

7. Exterior Pinewood Street path

C-2000

C-2000

C-2000

C-2000

C-2000

Construction System_4th Year 11-12

6. PVC+Steel grid orchard

Prof. Ruth Vega (Cuartoymitad)

C-1500

BASIC UNIT

DYS Shelter_with Beatriz Fernández & Candela Oliva STRUCTURE PLAN

DYS is an emergence removable shelter against natural disasters in Quintana Roo, Mexico. The basic idea is designed in modules to facilitate the construction. The materials are steel structures (Rehasa factory) joint with screws and covered with waterproof and isolated materials and the interior made of pladur. A combination of different modules create an urban scale, a city.

2

1

4

3

5

Boiler

VR-1500

VR-1500

VR-1500

VR-1500

7

VR-1500

VR-1500

VR-1500

6

Materials 1. Movable/Folding bamboo envelope 2. Fix latice bamboo envelope C-1500

3. Pladur interior partitions walls

C-1500

C-2000

C-2000

C-2000

C-2000

3

C-2000

4. Pladur battens/structure windows 5. NOVI Bath+Kitchen prefabricated module 6. PVC+Steel grid orchard

X 32

C1.c1

20

C1.c2

16.2

A2.c2 SLOTTED TENSION BOLT WITH NUT

20 X 12

C1.c3 16.2

0,2

A2.c3

X 32 A2.c3

Boiler

X 32

X 12

X 12

STEEL TWIN DISK SOIL ANCHOR

0,06

0,75

7,02 eurSOIL ANCHOR STEEL TWIN DISK

X 12

D_Walls

5,35 eur

542,25 eur

2 00

components

1.200 eur

x2

components

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P

1

D1.c8 120 x 2.25

50

25

70

x2

25

88

L

3

x6 x2

L-250

x1

21 17

20 16

D5 01

45

44

43 42 41 40

D5 01_Metal roof with trapezoidal 2mm ribs each 22mm,180x90x2mm 13_Bamboo beam, Ø60mm 40_Metal string_Ø55mm_400mm long 41_Metalic head_Ø45mm 42_Metal roof joint 43_Metal roof support 44_100mm Screw_Ø15mm 45_20mm Screws_Ø3mm_eave & endlaps

components

total 56,16 eur

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Program

Materialsurban scale plans

0,8

100

80

x4 x5

L-214 L-240

4

private orchards for self-consumption [A]

1,8

20 200

25

88

31

20 200

200

130

x2

P public/share patio]

total 65,34 eur

D5

50

D1 77

11 10 06 31

D1.c9 120 x 2.25

B

sleeping [B] wet areas [B]

02 ??? eur

04 P public/share patio] BASIC UNITS (room modules)

25

70

25

D1.c10 120 x 2.25

88

32

D1.c11 120 x 2.25

x

08 35 36 37 D2

BASIC UNITS (room modules)

components

D4 06_Metal façade substructure 08_REHASA structure 2,25 10_Bamboo support 11_Bamboo sticks, Ø50mm 35_Bolt 36_Support plate 37_Adjustable rod components 04 38_Pyramid-share open frame 39_ABS pad footer 6

20

77

x2

B

A

living / eating [B]

32

100

70

Materia

street [A]

A

semi-covered circulationPVC+Steel N-S grid orchard

25

31

02

31

38

semi-covered circulation N-S

22

P

2,25

L-180 L-205

3

130

77

x2

NOVI prefabricated module

total 420,75 eur

3,6 total 65,34 eur

32

0,6

3,5

x 99 6

D2.c1 L-214

x1

31

P

fixed measures

3 3,4 08_REHASA xstructure x 09_Metal tube D2.c2 1,1 0,6 10_Bamboo support D1.c10 120 x 2.25 D1.c11 120 x 2.25 D2.c3 11_Bamboo sticks, D1.c4 86 x 2.25Ø50mm D2.c4 D1.c1 52 x 14 2.25 60 x 2.25 D1.c3 75 x 2.25 24 D1.c226 25 D2.c1 movable fachade D2_PLADUR LAMINATED12_Bamboo METAL PROFILES D_Walls 542,25 eur L 15 D2.c1 13_Bamboo beam, Ø60mm 3. 14_Bamboo0,1structure, Ø70mm 5 D1_PLAFUR BOARDS “N” D2.c1 L-214 x 99 x1 x4 x2 x15_Metal 10 piece 27 16_REHASA structuretotal 420,75 eur Kitchen 3,6 Boiler Program L17_Metal façade substructure x2 x3 x3 18_Substructure rail 3, Hot/Cold Plumbingx 1 D1.c5 100 x 2.25 D1.c6 110 x 2.254 D1.c7 120 x 2.25 0,1 0,7 0,6 0,4 sytem 19_FaçadeD1.c8 wheel private orchardsØ32for self-consumption [A] fixed measures 120 x 2.25 11 19 L-180 x4 K+WC Sink downpipe 20_Metal façadeD2.c2 support 18 12 10 General downpipe D2.c3 L-205 x5 21_Metal channel D1.c4 86 x 2.25 K+WC Sink downpipe street D2.c4[A] L-214 x6 D1.c1 52 x 2.25 D1.c2 60 x 2.25 D1.c3 75 x 2.25 x2 x2 x 222_Anchorage total 65,34 eur L-240 channel D2.c1 x 2Ø32 L D2.c1 L-250 x 1 23_Pladur pannels Ø50 Ø110 3.5 2,25 living / eating [B] x 24_Pinewood pannel total 56,16 eur B1.c2 SLOTTED TENSION BOLT WITH NUT X 12 25_Bamboo Ø110 substructure for the ceiling x1 x4 x2 x 10 manuf: NOVI Industries De Mexico D1.c11 120 x 2.25 sleeping [B] D1.c9 120 x 2.25 26_Anchorage 29 D1.c10 28 120 x 2.25 0,99 eur 1,2 0,4 0,2 27_Multipurpose hanging piece_250mm manuf: NOVI Industries De Mexico 28_PM Screw_Ø2mm wet areas [B] D1.c5 100 x 2.25 D1.c6 110 x 2.25 D1.c7 120 x 2.25 29_T-47 pladur profile fixed measures NOVI Industries De Mexico components D1.c8 120 x 2.25 77

D4

Movable/Fix bamboo fachade + Interior Pladur walls

total 56,16 eur

31

50

10

30 31 34 32 33

x1

x6 x2

100

01

77

80

23

11

x4 x5

D2.c1 L-250

D2_PLADUR LAMINATED METAL PROFILES

4

0,7 20 200

130

x2

542,25 eur D1.c7 120 x 2.25

D1.c9 120 x 2.25

G_ceiling 01

D2.c2 L-180 D2.c3 L-205 D2.c4 L-214 D2.c1 L-240

x4

x 10

D1.c6 110 x 2.25

shelter plans D2

x2 x3

13

covered street height: 3,1m

constructive details

D3 10_Bamboo support 11_Bamboo sticks, Ø50mm 12_Bamboo movable fachade 16_REHASA structure 17_Metal façade substructure 20_Metal façade support 21_Metal channel 22_Anchorage channel 23_Pladur pannels 30_Varnish covering layer 31_Merbau flooring10mm 32_PVC insulation layer 5mm 33_Pinewood pannel 1500x2500x20mm 34_Pinewood substructure beams 30x50x2500mm

Exterior Pinewood floor

P

3 x1

D1.c5 100 x 2.25

08 x2 09

D2

77

D3

PVC+Steel grid orchard

3,4

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OPPORTUNITIES

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References

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Streets become rooftops is a project in S and M scale, architectural and urban scale. It is a public intervention to promote more green areas in the middle of Manhattan, taking the low rooftops as a part of the streets. Due to the location, ‘Theatre District’ Renovation&Rehabilitation of Theater District This new eco strategic in Theater District would like to improve the ecosystem in this area and also decrease the is raised for artists, interpreters and pollution in the city. At the same time the proposal implements recreation, artitical and cultural spaces built in low buildings in private and public companies that help and contribute to allow and mantein this new confortable and dancers to show their work and also healthy mood. They are built with recycle materials taking from rubbish or containers out of the city, to costruct it fast regular people can sit and stay inand easy for disambling them for uses and neccesities. The collection of all the modules becomes the entrance for the rooftop or the container to save the materials and objects need it for the performances in the street. this places to see them and also rest in this relaxing green areas.

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Renovation&Rehabilitation of Theater District This new eco strategic in Theater District would like to improve the ecosystem in this area and also decrease the pollution in the city. At the same time the proposal implements recreation, artitical and cultural spaces built in low buildings in private and public companies that help and contribute to allow and mantein this new confortable and healthy mood. They are built with recycle materials taking from rubbish or containers out of the city, to costruct it fast and easy for disambling them for uses and neccesities. The collection of all the modules becomes the entrance for the + 02.Heights rooftop or the container to save the materials and01.Density objects need it for the performances in the street.

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Streets-´Eco-micro-theatre` The New Street reflects the mood of the district. Artistic and cultural environment evolves from these éco-micro theatres´where small and big artists, singers and interpreters show their works to the city and everybody can joint and enjoy it.

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Urban Workshop III Street becomes rooftop M Scale Carmen Mencos

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Detail Proposal


12-13 Aternative Practices_5th Year

Prof. David Diez (DDZ)

Design_Segovia Design week Segovia Design week consist in an event organized in Segovia related with art, architecture and design. Artist can show their work in different ways in this week, making an exhibition in streets and also in commemorative building. There is also a competition where can contest proffesionals and students, with public votations through an urban generator bilboards creating animations and interactions screens to show designerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s work.

During 1st semester of 5th Year, the course has been divided in three weeks each of Alternative Practices. It is composed of different subjects referenced to architecture. There are composed by Design, Landscape & Environment, The City, Digital Studies and Management & Entrepreneurship. Digital Studies consisted in used new digital programs to design and programming a video game and know how to upload on Internet. Management & Entrepreneurship is how to design, organize and produce a real company considering market, product, price, marketing, company, distribution...and make it real with classmates. These different subjects are related with the architecture and design.

http://www.daviddiez.com/SDW/ https://vimeo.com/77625540


Prof. Romina Canna & Marta LandazĂĄbal

The City_Old Spaces, New Connections & Landscape & Environment_City orchards

Parks/ Green spaces

Making a regional, city and park/garden analysis of Rio Eresma in Segovia, the proposal was to improve the existing place giving it a personal character. This location is a park near a university and the city centre. The project was made a public and private orchards taking part the citizens to produce a new and productive vegetation.

A mapping of chewing gums used and dropped on the pavement by pedestrians is used as an evidence of how people use public space. Analyzing different plazas of Segovia center and some characteristics of these ones as pavement, shadows, paths...the idea is to locate places without interests and generate and activate them with a new activity. Wifi stations are the new connections to invite people, especially young students, to stay and also create a union inside the Old Town, producing new environment and life.

Systems City orchards/Public eating spaces

chewing gum open space A mapping of chewing gums used and dropped on the pavement by pedestrians is used as an evidence of how people use public space. The density of these stains suggest how people move and where they stay, in the axis of the Calle Real and four different squares: Plaza Mayor, Plaza de San MartĂ­n, Casa de los Picos and Plaza del Azoguejo. There is a clear relationship between the physical components of the city (pavement, urban equipment, spatial configuration) and the way people use these spaces.

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12-13 PFC_5th Year

Prof. Lina Toro (Dosmasunoarquitectos)

EconomybehindTourismtroughCosmetic e.t.c- (Economy behind Tourism through cosmetics) consists in the rehabilitation and reactivation of an abandoned mine through an specific market, cosmetics. The intent of this project is not only to create a new touristic attraction in the area, otherwise create jobs with existing raw mining materials but targeted at a very specific new market, cosmetics. The combination of tourism + employment create three different kind of tourists: international, national and local. They all depend on how long tourists want to spend; from weekly to daily experience. Finally e.t.c promotes a close relationship between worker-visitor and also between local-foreign to be part of the process of the experimenting cosmetics. There are two users: workers and tourists so the building is divided in two programs independently but with some connected points and also related with the two process explained. Workers have the task from the extraction of the minerals, studies of the composition of the cosmetics to its sale, it´s called ‘Cosmetic Factory’, instead tourists experience this process and prove the products and take part of its process, it´s called ‘Centre of relaxation’.

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EconomybehindTourismtroughCosmetic The general strategy consist in the superposition of different layer divide in two worlds: geology (below) and topography (up). Some existing galleries of the mine are the basis of the project (starting point),but there is two programs completely independent with two diferent types of users: the worker and the visitant. The first program is a cosmetic factory while the second program involves the testing of these cosmetics named a relaxation center. There is a interconecction between this two layers that are visual conenctions and courtyards.

1 Solar protection/Secundary wood structure

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Tech.Prof. Manuel Pテゥrez (Nodo17 Architects)

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3.

laboratories

2.CLASIFICATION

3. INVESTIGATION

4.

1.EXTRACTION storage sanity/health

managment offices

5.

6.OFFICE 3.PRODUCTION

5

6.

4. EXPERIMENTATION

Superposition of layers

2

MINERY PROCESS

4

7.

3 Workers plan/circulation

1. International tourist

8

4 Visual connections/courtyards 8.

DRY RELAX

sea swim.pool

Tourism + Employment

3

extraction-clasification-production-storage-transport-office/sale

6

There are many differents between minery and cos2. National tourist metics process. Minery is composed and determined different steps from extraction, clasification, production, storage, transportation and sale, meanwhile cosmetics is based on conservation, production, investigation and experimentation. The idea is to mix both process and also try to use the existing building 3. Local tourist as support to construct the new process of cosmetics. The extraction of the minerals is going tobe extracted daily weekly from the existing mine, only 10%, and after this process of coservation-production-investigation-experimentation also has to be organized for tourisits for enjoying and take part of the process.

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sauna masage room turc bath

2.PRODUCTION

jacuzzi HOTEL

relax room

Some existing galleries of the mine are the basis of the project (starting point),but there is two programs completely independent with two diferent types of users: the worker and the visitant. The first program is a cosmetic factory which produce these such from the extraction of minerals, production, processing to sale of the product, while the second program involves the testing of these cosmetics named a relaxation center where can also observe their development and be part of it design. There is a interconecction between this two layers that are visual conenctions and courtyards. WET RELAX

hotel

hydromasage

showers

swimming pool

1.CONSERVATION

1. Nave I: Oficinas & Casa de Aseo

hot bed

shop

4.EXPERIMENTATION

2. Nave II: Almacen & Taller Mecanico

3.INVESTIGATION

restaurant

gym

entrance

ENTRANCE

COSMETIC PROCESS

conservation-production-investigation-experimentation

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1 Existing ruins

52

3. Casa de Maquinas

53

2 Tourist plan/circulation


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