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Arch. Jean Paul Garnier P.

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PERSONAL DATA Name: Jean Paul Garnier Portela Gender: Male Nationality: Costarican (Costa Rica) American (USA) Civil State: Single Birth Date: September 11,1985

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SKILLS & QUALITIES Experience working in diverse work platforms and design technologies. Experience working in changing and diverse working environments. Experience working with professionals from different branches of design and engineering. Experience developing and executing architectural projects and construction for small and medium scaled projects. Developed design skills and problem solving.

Currículum Vitae

Special affinities towards exploration, critical thinking and research. Passion, talent and commitment towards architecture, design and arts.

EDUCATION 2009-2010 Licentiate Degree in Architecture from Universidad Veritas (SJ, CR)

EXPERIENCE -ARCHITECT 2012_With Arch. Julian Uribe, design for Montero House, Naranjo, CR.

2003-2009 Bachelors Degree in Architecture from Universidad Veritas (SJ, CR)

2010-2012_ARS Architects & Engineers, architect in charge of design and execution for various accounts and projects, San José, CR.

1998-2002 Anglo American High School Graduate, (Sj, CR) SPOKEN & WRITTEN WORD 01. Spanish: Native 02. English: Excellent (100%) WORK PLATFORMS Autodesk Autocad Autodesk Revit Nemetschek Vectorworks Rhinoceros Rhino 3d Adobe Design Suite

2011-2012_A-AMT, cofounder. 2011_Aguacate Ping Pong, creative designer for corporate imaging and branding, Escazú, CR. 2011_With Arq. Cesar Carrascal Geometrical and structural studies for custom race car, San José, CR. 2008-2009_Intern at Sotolongo Salman Henderson Architects,

Miami, EEUU, (For periods between quarters). 2008-2009_With A Company, collaboration for various international projects and competitions. 2008_With Jaime Rouillón, collaborator in charge of various details and design components for house in Guanacaste, CR. 2007_With Jaime Rouillón, collaborator in design for multipurpose building “Pasaje Jimenez” in San José, CR. 2003-2004_With Jirón Beirute Architects, assistant for architecture department. -ASSISTANTSHIPS 2009_Veritas University, with Arch. Rashid Sauma Ruiz M.sc. Assistant for the“Structures IV” course. iV


Five projects have been selected, representing various scales, typologies and collaborations.

INDEX _ SELECTED PROJECTS

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MHL

AMT Jean Paul Garnier Mauricio Rodriguez

JPG Jean Paul Garnier

ACompany Oliver Schuette Jean Paul Garnier

AMT Jean Paul Garnier

JPG Jean Paul Garnier

LOCATION Haiti

TYPE Micro-Architecture

LOCATION Germany

LOCATION San José, CR

LOCATION Guachipelín, Escazú

TYPE Social Housing

YEAR 2011

TYPE Collective Dwelling

TYPE Housing

TYPE Housing/Office

STAGE Proposal

STAGE Permits/construction

STAGE Proposal

STAGE Proposal

YEAR 2010

YEAR 2010

YEAR 2011-2012

YEAR 2010 Vi


AMT Jean Paul Garnier Mauricio Rodriguez LOCATION HaitI TYPE Social Housing STAGE Proposal

Health and Housing for Haiti _a-AMT

YEAR 2010

1

After the unfortunate events caused by the 2010 earthquake, Haiti launched several campaigns to help rebuild houses. Aside from the housing and shelter crisis, Haiti has one of the highest rate of infections of HIV, and also a very high rate of deaths from the same disease. This competition intended to address health as an integral solution, determined mostly by the quality of the living spaces. 10


-ACCESSIBILITY TO BASIC NEEDS -PRODUCTION AND EDUCATION -SOCIAL INTEGRATION AND INTERWEAVING

SOCIAL HEALTH

-SOCIAL ADAPTATION AND SPACIAL APPROPRIATION -ECONOMY, OPPORTUNITY AND EXCHANGE -SPACIAL CONTROL AND HYGIENE -CLIMATE CONTROL AND SAFETY -RESOURCE AND WASTE MANAGEMENT -REPEATABILITY -FLEXIBILITY -TECHNOLOGICAL COMPATIBILITY -CONSTRUCTIVENESS AND SPEED -DURABILITY AND MAINTENANCE -BUDGET EFFICIENCY

ARCHITECTONIC HEALTH

CONSTRUCTIVE HEALTH


Health and Housing for Haiti _a-AMT

“We created a compact housing solution consequent to our premises which encourage social integration and allow for families and inhabitants to remain economically active through agriculture and other forms of local production and exchange.�

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Health and Housing for Haiti _a-AMT

A superficial soil substitution and the rammed earth base, replace the need for traditional foundations, and lifts the house from the ground helping humidity and flood control.

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Spatial continuity is obtained between the base and its context by the creation of access scalinattas. This would also lay grounds to the desired urban connections and bonds between units, once paired or set besides each other.

The main roof provides independent ventilation to each spatial component and room, achieving a air pocket control which is very necessary for infection control. Its roof span creates a shaded air pocket (between the main roof and the secondary concrete roof of the blocks), meant to cool the air intake. The main roof is designed for water cultivation, emptying rainy waters into the atrium, where it’s taken into a vase shaped ceramic water filter. It purifies the water and stores them for domiciliary use or farming. In this way the vase is like a town well, meant as a central gathering space for exchange and social interaction.

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The specialized program is added atop the base. This program is characterized by controlled and determined spaces which require certain control of air pockets and contact to the rest of the house. This program is divided in two blocks: dormitories and services.

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The blocks are taken apart, making room for a central common space. This generous space is an atrium characterized by it’s flexibility. It would serve the purpose for workshop as well as social areas of the house. It has excellent ventilation and climate control, due to its position.

“...The vase is like a town well, meant as a central gathering space for exchange and social interaction.” 14


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Health and Housing for Haiti _a-AMT

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Health and Housing for Haiti _a-AMT

Our design approach was to integrate the concept for health in each aspect of the design, acting upon mayor concerns and the most frequent afflictions from the very conceptions of space. The final aim is to significantly create lasting improvements on the quality of life of the user, and to ensure the usage and learning of sustainable living practices which could, in term, be applied elsewhere. The use of certain technologies and strategies could render into an important legacy for the architecture’s occupants.

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JPG Jean Paul Garnier TYPE Furniture

Table 02_JPG

YEAR 2011

“There’s nothing corporate about these settings. They’re designed to foster community (...) and the casual, accidental interaction that’s so valued now in the mainstream workplace.” Ehren Gaag, DIALOGUE, people | design | business | nº5.

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FLEXIBLE WORKING TABLE

Inspired by the former text, I found myself designing a simple work table. The heart of the matter: “There’s no I in team.” Each unit has a persons working space, nevertheless it’s not possible to build the table without a second, third or fourth unit. As a result the table ensembles horizontal working teams, encouraging collaborations and exchange amongst work partners. 22


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The table is designed for easy building, it’s materials and components are found in common hardware stores. Its structure is built around a central wooden beam which ties the table together. Along the beam are channels into which the tables components fit. These channels give say to all the possible assembling between units and within each module. The assembly is easy to achieve. The technology is easily modifiable or replicated. The amount of configurations and positions is enormous because the table adjusts creatively to the users conditions.

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A Company Oliver Schuette Jean Paul Garnier LOCATION Bonn, Germany TYPE Collective Dwelling STAGE Permissions/Construction

TS11_ACompany

YEAR 2010

3

“Redesign of a 1930’s multifamily row house in Bonn, Germany. The goal of this work is to create an energy efficient architecture that reduces energy consumption up to 50%.“ 30


imagen de proceso

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The technical components of the passive house design corresponds with a reorganization of the facades as well as an improved organization of the individual floor plans and their relationship between inside and outside spaces. Passive measures -such as shading and natural ventilation-, as well as active measures -such as solar energy production and rain water recollection-, are combined to reduce the overall energy footprint and to improve living comfort.

ISO 1

BASEMENT

(NOT INCLUDING THE VERTICAL CORE)

25.29 m2

TOTAL

26.61 m2

58.8 m2

25.29 m2

(INCLUDING BALCONY)

58.8 m2

24.4 m2

24.45 m2

34.49 m2 33.18 m2 34.49 m2

207.8 m2

USABLE AREA

24.4 m2

BASEMENT

232.2 m2

TOTAL

15 m2 (NOT INCLUDING THE VERTICAL CORE)

25.29 m2 26.61 m2 25.29 m2 24.4 m2

34.49 m2

251.12 m2 24.4 m2 275.52 m2

USABLE AREA BASEMENT

(NOT INCLUDING THE VERTICAL CORE)

25.29 m2

TOTAL

26.61 m2

33.18 m2 34.49 m2

25.29 m2 24.4 m2

33.18 m2

221.48 m2 24.4 m2

34.49 m2

33.18 m2

245.88 m2

USABLE AREA BASEMENT

(NOT INCLUDING THE VERTICAL CORE)

25.29 m2

TOTAL

26.61 m2

25.29 m2 24.4 m2

33.18 m2 34.49 m2

255.97 m2

24.4 m2

280.37 m2

USABLE AREA BASEMENT

(NOT INCLUDING THE VERTICAL CORE)

22.18 m2

TOTAL

21.07 m2

33.18 m2 34.49 m2

11.81 m2

11.96 m2

19.85 m2

19.85 m2 33.18 m2

25.29 m2 24.4 m2

CORE 8 m2 + HALLS 4m2

USABLE AREA

CORE 8 m2 + HALLS 4m2

58.8 m2 261.81 m2

CORE 8 m2 + HALLS 4m2

203.01 m2

(INCLUDING BALCONY)

CORE 8 m2 + HALLS 4m2

(INCLUDING BALCONY)

58.8 m2

CORE 8 m2 + HALLS 4m2

58.8 m2

19.59 m2

19.59 m2

19.59 m2 26.61 m2 (BETWEEN COLUMNS)

CORE 10.2 m2

TS11_ACompany

ISO 2

34.49 m2 33.18 m2

231.65 m2 24.4 m2

256.05 m2

USABLE AREA

(NOT INCLUDING THE VERTICAL CORE)

BASEMENT TOTAL

33.18 m2 34.49 m2

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TS11_ACompany

“Its spatial configurations and their expressions on the two main facades are explored with the goal to integrate the new building in its urban context and at the same time to illustrate its cutting edge approach towards building technology.”

“Two interlocked apartments are fit into the available space in such a way that both units have a street level entrance as well as a maximum exposure of views to the nearby river and the iconic medieval castle that dominates the surrounding landscape.” 34


AMT Jean Paul Garnier LOCATION Escazú, SJ, CR TYPE Housing Unit STAGE Proposal YEAR 2011-2012

Architects Lair

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V01_AMT

“What matters is the correspondence of the house (...) with its inhabitant(...). The Minotaur justifies, in full, the existence of the labyrinth.” Jorge Luis Borges, Abenjacán el bojarí, muerto en su laberinto 38


*Recinto. (Del lat. re y cinctus, cercado, rodeado). 1. m. Espacio comprendido dentro de ciertos límites.

V01_AMT

Diccionario de la Real Academia Española, Vigésimo Segunda Edición.

“The bond from man to locus and through locus to space, is inherent to his inhabiting. The bond between man and space is no other than inhabiting, thinking essentially.” p.359 Martín Basic Writings.

Heidegger,

This house is designed to emphasize that essential bond between man, space and matter. That’s why its architecture derives from the most basic of space principles: the simple enclosure, a haven (recinto*).

The basic idea is to unfold space from the terrain, to bring man closer to earth. It’s from this basic operation that derives the architecture for the house. Its space develops from the void, giving each component an individual space, hence forming a rich and detailed object, that manages to penetrate and sink in to the memory of whom inhabits. It seeks not to be forgotten, in this sense it’s not ephemeral, but seeks to be infinite.

The objective is clear: to create a haven that transcends oblivion and in turn caves into memories. In order to achieve this three aspects are given priority: scale, detail and context. 40


V01_AMT

“Rainy waters are delivered, by means of a concrete beam, to a concrete plate. They are cleansed through a ceramic filter and fall into a water tank for later use as potable or gardening water.”

Scale: The design strives to create comfortable spaces, not big or luxurious, but small and “cozy”. The house is designed as an object composed of small spaces, meant to be perceived as anthropometricaly correct and fitting. Detail: Although the house is small, it’s driven by detailed design. Each component of the architecture, from windows to furniture, are designed as individual pieces that fit perfectly in the space. Such rigour would attempt to lay a rich ground for memory to cultivate upon. Details, as Bachelard would have it, are meant to resonate in memory. Context: This house bonds man to his context. It’s a seating from which to observe garden, the landscape, the sky. The water falls from the roof onto the concrete plate. This architecture gives man a place. This architecture is that of a window to inhabit. 42


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“Architecture was attempted as a bold, raw and exciting object that bonds man to memory, man to landscape and that gives man a place.� 46


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JPG Jean Paul Garnier LOCATION Guachipelín, Escazú, CR TYPE Housing/office STAGE Proposal

Modern Habitation Laboratory_JPG

YEAR 2010

5

“Architecture as a spark (J. Lerner), a catalyze that gives way to urban bonding: Architecture that builds city, when put into action would be able to project new economies and clarify opportunities therein. It bonds to the city, forming part of its identity. It enriches the city with its presence, forming a part of the complex webs that interweave around it.” 52


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Aglomeración de comercio Aglomeración de servicios educativos

An architectural model is proposed, which contains the inclusion of economical program to the site, promoting greater urban richness, exchange and economical sustentability, as well as density.

Aglomeración de espacios públicos

Centro de negocios

Radios de 500 mts (Jan Gehl)

Area industrial

Vértice de area de estudio

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Vertice del area de estudio

The project is located at Guachipelín, an urban satellite for Escazú City. It’s characterized by its linear configuration and by the limits set by the terrains morphology which in addition to the roads that service the satellite, spread developments and houses along its two and a half kilometer length. Its an urban formation fragmented by its linearity and its urban model which compartmentalizes terrains in order to develop them, horizontally. This in turn emphasizes its decentralizing drive. Most of its programmatic composition is housing and its usual derivatives. This is one of the mayor urban issues, its programmatic exclusion and lack of variety.

OPPORTUNITY OPORTUNIDAD

PROGRAMMATIC INCLUSION INCLUSIÓN PROGRAMÁTICA 54


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The project is constituted architecturally of two parts, one for each main programmatic phase. The first, the office plaza, is built from the terrain, from its excavation. The result is a horizontal space which, in its continuity and length, promotes exchange and communicative richness sought in modern office spaces. Over this space overhangs the main roof which offers protection, light and ventilation. The roof is designed to allow visual amplitude from the main street, allowing people to see the landscape, rendering the project invisible. The second phase is the housing tower, built upon principles opposite from phase one. Its disjoined from the ground, being elevated. It sets out to separate its program from the street level. Each of its living units has its on floor level and elevator level. This gesture emphasizes on privacy and generates a better appropriation of the spaces. The tower is designed as a slender, elegant concrete volume which is positioned to allow (like phase one) the landscape to be seen from the street. 56


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4.20 2.92

RELLENO DE PIEDRA CUARTA PARA CONTROL DE HUMEDAD MURO DE CONTENCION DE 20cm DE ESPESOR, MALLA #4@15cm, COLADO EN SITIO PREPARADO CON HIDROMAX

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JARDIN COLUMNA DE CONCRETO COLADO EN SITIO, CONCRETO FC'210, PREPARADO CON HIDROMAX, VER DETALLE. PROYECCION DE MURO DE ARRIOSTRE

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SELLO DE 10cm DE CONCRETO POBRE RELLENO DE LASTRE COMPACTADO 95% CON CBR>30

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CANOA DE CONCRETO DE 5cm DE ESPESOR MALLA#2@15cm Z2

CONTRAPISO DE CONCRETO, MALLA#2@15cm (VER DETALLE) CANOA DE CONCRETO DE 5cm DE ESPESOR MALLA#2@15cm VIGA DE AMARRE DE ESTRUCTURA PRINCIPAL RAMPA DE CONCRETO, MALLA#2@15cm

SECCION 1-1 DETALLE DE JARDINERA NORTE ESC 1:50


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RELLENO DE LASTRE COMPACTADO 95% CON CBR>30

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SECCION 2-2 DETALLE DE JARDINERA NORTE ESC 1:50 66


5 TENSOR EN VARILLA#6 LISA A40, SOLDADA A VIGA I PLETINA DE 10*10cm*10mm SOLDADA A VIGA AMERICANA (LONGITUDINAL)

BOTAGUAS HG#22 ARTICULACION DE VIGA LARGUEO A VIGA I CON PERNO DE 12mm DIAM. CON DOBLE ARANDELA DE 2mm SEGUN ESTRUCTURAL LARGUERO EN ANGULAR ESTRUCTURAL DE 75*75*5mm A40 CUBIERTA DE VIDRIO ESTRUCTURAL TEMPERADO Y AHUMADO, VER DETALLE DE EMPALME T ESRUCTURAL ENSAMBLADA DE PERIL RECTANGULAR DE 75*10mm y 100mm*10mm VIDRIO ESTRUCTURAL TEMPERADO Y AHUMADO EMPAQUE DE HULE SELLADO CON SILICON LIQUIDO

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VIGA AMERICANA EN PERFIL ESTRUCTURAL DE 5*10cm*2,4mm EMPALME EN PLETINAS DE ACERO DE 5*12.5cm*6mm A40 SOLDADO A VIGA AMERICANA, ARTICUALDO A PLETINA, SEGUN CRITERIO ESTRUCTURAL PLETINA DE ACERO DE 6mm A40

REFUERZO DE CORTANTE EN LAMINA DE ACERO DE 10mm ESPESOR, SOLDADO CON HILO CONTINUO SEGUN NOTAS DE SOLDADURA

PLETINA DE 100*6mm SOLDADA A LAGUERO ESTRUCTURAL EMPALME DE CANOA INTERNA EN ANGULAR DE 5*5cm*6mm ESCALERILLA EN PERFIL ESTRUCTURAL DE 1/2*1/2"*2,4mm PERNO AUTOMOTRIZ INSTALADO CON DOBLE ROSCA Y ARANDELA EN AMBOS EXTREMOS SEGUN CRITERIO ESTRUCTURAL CANOA INTERNA EN HG#24 CUBIERA EN FIBRA DE VIDRIO, PINTADA CON DOBLE MANO DE PINTURA ANTICORROSIVA NEGRA A SELECCIONAR

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“Laura” Acrylic on wood YEAR 2009

Past roads.

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FORMAT 100*36cm

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“Sol” Acrylic on canvas YEAR 2010 FORMAT 84*118cm


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“I thank Architecture for it has allowed me to see the world through its eyes.� Rafael Moneo



Work Portfolio 2012, Architect Jean Paul Garnier