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CRISTINA I. MONTENEGRO TORRES

ARCHITECTURAL PORTFOLIO

SELECTED WORKS 2014-2018


“

I make a project and I panic. Which is good, it can be a method. First, panic. Second, conquer panic by working. Third, and ways to solve your doubts.� E. Souto de Moura


CONTENT ARCHITECTURAL PORTFOLIO

CONTENT

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Biography. Curriculum

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SOCIAL.

Centro Loíza Anconera | Cove Loiza Center

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RESEARCH.

Anachronic Passages: Memoirs of the ancón in Puerto Rico

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HOUSING.

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OFFICE BUILDING.

San Juan Municipal Offices

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URBAN PLANNING.

Chardon Avenue

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CONSERVATION.

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INTERNSHIP.

SS Oregon

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INTERNSHIP.

NS Savannah

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INDUSTRIAL DESIGN.

Miramar Housing

Culebrita Lighthouse

Artefacts


Cristina I. Montenegro Torres 787.688.1285

montenegro.cimt@gmail.com

OBJECTIVE An entry-level position where I am able to improve and develop my management skills, quality assurance, programs proficiency and training experience.

EDUCATION August 2010 - May 2017

Bachelor degree in Architecture

Polytechnic University Arqpoli

Hato Rey, PR

August1998 - May 2010

AIT

2309 Old Bainbridge Rd. Tallahassee, FL 32303

Programs SKILLS

AutoCad 2D-3D Revit ArchiCad SketchUp Illustrator PhotoShop Microsoft Office Artlantis Studio

Scale Model Making

High School Diploma

San Juan, PR

experience January 2018 - Present

Tallahassee, Florida 40hrs per week

Architects: Lewis + Whitlock

Designer

September 2017- December 2017

Washington DC 40hrs per week

Council of American Maritime Museums

Documentation and Drafting of historic Ships Construction of drawings and annotations to be published in the Library Of Congress. June 2017- September 2017 Washington DC 40hrs per week

HAER-National Park Service

Documentation and Drafting of historic Ships Construction of drawings and annotations to be published in the Library Of Congress. June 2016 - June 2017 San Juan, PR

30hrs per week

West Elm-Design lab

Sales associate and In Home and In Store designer assisting clients in making decisions and designing their home.

RELEVANT COURSES Capstone Research Construction Documents Industrial Design Conservation Lab Ceramic

LANGUAGES Spanish English

Personal SKILLS Team Work Communication Organization Creativity Punctuality

Publications June 2017 Polimorfo - Architecture PUPR

Anachronistic Passages:

The Ancón Memoirs in the lXX Centuries Mid Career reaserch May 2017 Thesis showcase AIA

Displaced from the tradition:

The visibilization of the elderly by the branding of Loíza. Cultural and elderly center Faculty advisor Arq. Carlos Betancourt FAIA

life Experience October 2014-2017

Puerto Rico Chapter

Directive Board member Do_co.mo.mo

Documentation and conservation of buildings, sites and neighbourhoods. Dicember 2016 -February 2017

Study abroad

Mexico city- Zacatecas city 3D Modeling Workshop . Architecture Lectures Summer 2014

Study Abroad

France, Italy & Spain Advance History and Sketching class

Reference

Reference upon request Portfolio available upon request

BIOGRAPHY CRISTINA I. MONTENEGRO TORRES

Colegio Nuestra Señora de Belén

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CENTRO LOÍZA ANCONERA DISPLACED FROM TRADITION ABSTRACT This project is located in the municipality of Loiza, in Puerto Rico. The people of Loiza could be considered as one of the main characters as to the production of Puerto Rican cultures and traditions such as the music, dance and religious festivities.

Prof. Carlos Betancourt Prof. Maria Isabel Oliver

In order to make tangible and livable the oral tradition of Loiza, it is proposed the reinstitution of the elderly community back to it origin taking as a reference the historical sites that impacted the development of this locality. In order to promote the cultural development of Loiza, it is proposed a day care center facility for the elders, in which they can be active with the community by taking as a point of reference the cultural landscape, the collective memory and the urban environment. The day care center “Centro Loiza Anconera”, will provide new cooking facilities and a craftsmanship studio to develop and share the typical handcrafted colorful culture. The day care center also will function as the main cultural center for new visitors who wish learn more about this culture

TRADICIÓN

Centro Loíza Anconera ARCHITECTURAL PORTFOLIO

The majority of these traditions remain over the elderly neighborhood as the oral tradition keeps all the interactive segments of culture alive. In the present, the municipality of Loiza only saves 9% of its elderly in local community centers, since there is a lack of facilities and the rest are displaced through other municipality around the island. This event presents an absence in the development of the tradition and in the mental health of these elders.

Fifth Year Studio Capstone Design

3 concepto: Meoría colectiva

Propuesta: Cuido diurno de envejecientes


Capstone Design CRISTINA I. MONTENEGRO TORRES

VISTA DESDE EL RĂ?O Main room for social recreation

Board Walk accesing the urban center of Loiza, Puerto Rico

plano de sitio Planta 1

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biblioteca

servicios

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zona de recreo

zona de reunión

zona de juegos

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zona contemplativa

Planta nivel entremedio first and Second Floor Plan view

registro y seguridad

administración

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registro y seguridad

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biblioteca

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reunión

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Centro Loiza Anconera urban city view with Espíritu Santo St.

Plantas

Capstone Design CRISTINA I. MONTENEGRO TORRES

Escala 3/32”=1’0”

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Urban Cross-Section

Elevaciones Elevaciones

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Rio Grande de Loiza Elevation

ESCALA 3/32=1’0”

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Urban Cross-Section

Centro Loíza Anconera ARCHITECTURAL PORTFOLIO

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Capstone Design CRISTINA I. MONTENEGRO TORRES

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Capstone Design CRISTINA I. MONTENEGRO TORRES

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1. Perfil d 2.Banda i 3. Revest migón 4.Goteró 5. Viga de 6.Column 12”x36” 7.Aislam 8.Plafón 9.Angula 10. Zócal 11. revest 12.Morter 13. Losa d 14.Quiebr 15. Ensam 16. estruc 17. Polies 18.junta d aluminio 19.morter 20.Zapata 21.Gravil 22. Tubo 23. Tierra

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ANACHRONIC PASSAGES:

Third Year Studio Research Prof. Cladia Rosa-López

Memoirs of the ancón in Puerto Rico (XIX century)

ABSTRACT

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Canino Salgado, Marcelino “Ancón deDorado bajo el control de los americanos 1920” Historia, Cultura, Biografías y lecturas. 1992

RESEARCH ARCHITECTURAL PORTFOLIO

During the nineteenth century, an alternative was formalized to save obstacles in the crossings of the rivers. With the passage of time, is designated by the name of “ancón” a flat bottom barge without propulsion of its own that uses a rope to cross aquifers from side to side. The most important and highest flow rivers in Puerto Rico project a relationship between passages. This transportation system is divided into four classifications: the transport “ancón”, the agrarian “ancón”, the construction “ancón”

and the transition “ancón”. For reasons of maintenance and performance it was considered to fix the passage of the moment with a bridge. That is, the anachronistic “ancón” would be replaced by a new link. This was what happened with the “ancones” of Martin Peña, Dorado, Loíza and other municipalities. These vessels are tied to a common denominator: the bridge that replaced the “ancón” is still in use. This bridge refers to the importance of the passage that was sealed with modern constructive innovations.


Salgado, Anibal. “Ancón de Loíza”. El Mundo, 1984 Research CRISTINA I. MONTENEGRO TORRES

Documentación Fotográfica Salgado, Anibal. "Ancón De Loiza." El Mundo,1984,

Salgado, Anibal. “Ancón de Loíza”. El Mundo, 1984

Documentación Fotográfica Salgado, Anibal. "Ancón De Loiza." El Mundo,1984,

Documentación Fotográfica Salgado, Anibal. "Ancón De Loiza." El Mundo,1984,

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Ventilación Miramar Housing ARCHITECTURAL PORTFOLIO

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Housing CRISTINA I. MONTENEGRO TORRES

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Schematic Roof Plan View


Typical Plan Views

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Miramar Housing ARCHITECTURAL PORTFOLIO

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Sección A.

Housing CRISTINA I. MONTENEGRO TORRES

Cross-Section

Olimpo St. Elevation

e s c a l a 1 / 1 6 = 1 ’ 0 ”

Elevación

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SAN JUAN MUNICIPAL OFFICES

Fourth Year Studio Office Building Prof. Nelson Rivera

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Rio Piedras Main Square

SAN JUAN MUNICIPAL OFFICES ARCHITECTURAL PORTFOLIO

Location

With this project it is intended to improve the communication of the municipality with the community at the same time that promotes a safe, accessible and development environment for the urban center of Rio Piedras. The project consists of a building mainly of management offices, which includes commercial areas and auditorium space for its citizens.


Office Building CRISTINA I. MONTENEGRO TORRES

Vista Julian Blanco St. Perspective view

Luis Muñoz Marín Ave. Perspective view

Planta 2-4

Planta 5-6

Planta 1

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SAN JUAN MUNICIPAL OFFICES ARCHITECTURAL PORTFOLIO

Location and Vegetation Plan

ShapeDiagrams


D RA S

Access Level and context

P L A N TA S

CALLE JUALIÁN BLANCO BASURA

SUB ESTACIÓN ELÉCTRICA

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TRASBASTIDORES

SEGURIDAD

ALMACÉN

PRE-FUNCIÓN

COMERCIO

COMERCIO

COMERCIO

CUARTO PRINCIPAL DE TELECOMUNICACIONES

CORREO Y MENSAJERÍA

COCINA

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PONCE DE LE´ÓN

ALMACÉN DE VISITANTES

AVENIDA

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SERVICIO AL CIUDADANO

Office Building CRISTINA I. MONTENEGRO TORRES

ALMACÉN DE LA COCINA

GSEducationalVersion

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P L A N TA S

Second Level Plan View

P L A N TA S

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APOY O T ÉC N IC O AU DIT ORIO

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SAN JUAN MUNICIPAL OFFICES ARCHITECTURAL PORTFOLIO

Third Level Plan View

ESCALA 1/16”=1’0”

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GSEducationalVersion

NIVEL 3

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GSEducationalVersion

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PLA P L AN

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Fifth Level Plan View

P L A NTA S P L A NTA S

N IV E L 6

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Fifth Level Plan View

Sixth Level Plan View

ESCALA 1/16” =1’ 0”

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TORRE DE ENFRIAMIENTO

TORRE DE ENFRIAMIENTO

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Office Building CRISTINA I. MONTENEGRO TORRES

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San Juan Municipal Offices ARCHITECTURAL PORTFOLIO Elevations View


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Office Building CRISTINA I. MONTENEGRO TORRES


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San Juan Municipal Offices ARCHITECTURAL PORTFOLIO Cross Section

Long Section


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Office Building CRISTINA I. MONTENEGRO TORRES

Scale Model Photo


Vista desde la terraza en las oficinas

CHARDON AVENUE

Fourth Year Studio Urban Planning Prof. José Lorenzo

Urbanistic study for the revitalization and connection between Roosevelt Avenue and Chardon Avenue located in San Juan, Puerto Rico. The Chardon Avenue is located between two poles of constant activity that absorb all the energy produced in this area, leaving it as a dead zone. This study identifies new tools to improve the spatial fluidity between these two poles, proposing widening of sidewalks, a new code of use and a new office building that will encourage even more activity in the area as well as economically, spatially and interactively. Vista desde arcada en el comercio

Cristina Montenegro Torres Ruth M. Rivera Cuevas

Avenida Chardón

ARCH4020-

Profesor:

Arquitecto Samuel Corchado

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2. Gotcha Park 3. Apartments and Retail

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CULEBRITA LIGHTHOUSE

Third year studio Conservation Prof. Claudia Rosa-López

Culebrita Lighthouse ARCHITECTURAL PORTFOLIO

The environmental organization “Para la Naturaleza” reached an agreement with the municipality of Culebra, a small island at the eastern end of Puerto Rico, to restore and preserve the lighthouse of Culebrita, built in 1882 by the Spanish Crown. As part of that agreement, several students and professionals were recruited to participate in the current documentation of the lighthouse and possible improvements to prolong their stay under the inclement weather.

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Conservation CRISTINA I. MONTENEGRO TORRES


SS OREGON

Internship National Park Service Washington, DC

HISTORIC AMERICAN ENGINEERING RECORD

HAER NY-567

SHEET OF

TRAINING SHIP EMPIRE STATE VI (T-AP-1001) ex. SS OREGON Maritime College, State University of New York

New York

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LIBRARY OF CONGRESS INDEX NUMBER

The SS Oregon was a record breaking American passenger liner as the fastest liner on the Atlantic in 1884. Later in 1885, SS Oregon was chartered to the royal navy as an auxiliary cruiser, and the success of the vessel in this role resulted in the admiralty subsidizing suitable ships for quick conversion in the event of a crisis. In 2012 National Park Service made a contract to document and study the remains of this boat before being discarded and recycle for its material. The documentation was completed in July and at the moment the vessel is in process of disELEVATION AND SECTION TRAINING SHIP2017 EMPIRE STATE VI 1962 ORIGINAL CONFIGURATION AS BREAK BULK CARGO SHIP mantling. ex. SS OREGON (T-AP-1001)

Bronx County

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BOAT DECK

BOS 'N STORES

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REEFER CARGO P/S GENERAL CARGO

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DRAIN WELL

HOLD NO.6

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17'-0" FLAT

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DEEP TK. NO. 6F P/S F.O.

DEEP TK. NO. 5A P/S F.O.

REEFER CARGO P/S GENERAL CARGO

35'-3"

26'-4" FLAT

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24'-5"

POTABLE WATER P/S DISTILLES WATER P F.O. SETTLERS P/S F.P. INBD/OTBD

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METERS Drawings are based on original government drawings located in the Watercraft Collection at the Smithsonian Institution. The drawings were not verified in the field.

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DELINEATED BY: Cristina I. Montenegro

HAWSER RM.

FUEL OIL

SS OREGON ARCHITECTURAL PORTFOLIO

STEERING GEAR RM.

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45'-6"

MACHINERY CASING

HAER MARITIME RECORDING PROGRAM NATIONAL PARK SERVICE UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

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No 2 HATCH

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BOW CHOCK

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HAWSE PIPE

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FAN ROOM

FAN ROOM L.K.R

No 3 HATCH

FOLDING W.T S.T.L COVERS

LIFT TRUCK STOWAGE

Conservation CRISTINA I. MONTENEGRO TORRES

CLOSED CHOCK

ENSIGN STAFF LIFT TRUCK STORAGE

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OBSERVATION LOUNGE

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  

LOBBY

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NS SAVANNAH

Internship National Park Service Washington, DC

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NS SAVANNAH ARCHITECTURAL PORTFOLIO

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NS Savannah 1819, was a US. mixed cargo vessel and the first surface vessel of its kind in this country to be equipped with a nuclear reactor as the power supply for its propulsion plant. Today it is a museum ship anchored in Baltimore harbor. In 2015, National Park Service decided to start the processes of historical occupation because the boat would be subject to new changes to have a better access to their visitors.


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ARTEFACTS

First year studio History of Architecture Prof. Jorge Rigau

artefact /’a:tfakt/ noun plural noun: artefacts 1. an object made by a human being, typically one of cultural or historical interest. “gold and silver artefacts”

ARTEFACTS ARCHITECTURAL PORTFOLIO

“Interspace of the Mona tides. It is where the dangerous tides in the triangle of “Bermuda Triangle” meet, which unbalance the entire ecosystem that sorrounds Mona Island, Puerto Rico.”

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ARTEFACTS ARCHITECTURAL PORTFOLIO

“an object to deposit coins is one that holds strength...”

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