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Portfolio Eduardo de la Lastra Vallejo November 2017


CURRICULUM VITAE

EDUARDO DE LA LASTRA VALLEJO Creta 6, Colonia Raquet Club Cross, 38016, Celaya, Guanajuato, Mexico +52 1 55 5252 98 21 eduardo@1760.mx

EDUCATION Universidad Iberoamericana, Mexico City, Mexico 08/2008 – 05/2013 B.A. in Architecture, graduated with a GPA of 8.8 out of 10 points • Treasurer of the Student Council, January 2010 to December 2010. • President of the Student Council, January 2011 to December 2011. • Co-Founder of “ENTRE/”, an annual architecture and urbanism forum for the architecture faculty. • Thesis on urban regeneration of the Federal Railway System inside the city of Celaya, Mexico which will be abandoned in the conclusion of the new railway system outside of the city. • Community Service at “Parque La Ceiba”, helped in the design of the playground area, it became the first public park in Playa del Carmen, Mexico

WORK EXPERIENCE De La Lastra Consultores y Asociados Group (DLLCA) Celaya, Mexico 08/2013 – to date

Chief Executive Officer of De La Lastra Consultores y Asociados SA de CV Group 09/2015 – to date • Legal representative and administrator of DLLCA Group a firm of four brands. Delan, a brand that specializes on the training and consulting of Human Resources and High Performance Management both for public and private sectors. 1760 mx, a brand dedicated to architectural and product design, as well as construction supervision and design consultancy. 1760 Films, a brand devoted to the production of audio visual content. Delan Connect, a brand focused on the digital influencer market.

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Founder and Chief Executive Officer of 17 60 mx, Architecture and design firm incorporated to DLLCA 08/2013 – to date • Developed a brand with different sectors of the construction and design industry, it is focused on four major areas: architecture, interior design and product design, construction management and finally urban planning. • In the area of architecture, the main objective is to bring the clients needs to a correct architectural conceptualization. The investment of the client at all times was maximized for the construction of their projects, always emphasizing and understanding the structural elements to design the aesthetic line of the project. • In the area of interior design and product design, the main objective is to create tailor made products with a high specification in design, continuously using high quality national materials. • In the area of construction management, we guide clients to optimize their time and resources in their investments, being a holistic collaboration between the designers of the architectural project, contractors, legal area and accountant a main axis for the viability of their projects. • In the area of urban planning we seek to innovate with feasible conceptualizations that go hand in hand with the legal schemes of soil regulation.

Taller 13, Mexico City, Mexico 10/2011– 04/2012

Junior Architect • Designer and Researcher for the infographic project www.alma-mexico.info

LANGUAGES • Spanish (Native) • English (Council of Europe C1 Advanced) Certificated by Alpha Collage of English, Dublin, Ireland 07/2007 – 12/2007 • Italian (Council of Europe B1 Intermediate) Certificated by Eurocentres, Florence, Italy 01/2008 – 05/2008


INDEX - TIMELINE URBANISM INTERIOR AND PRODUCT DESIGN ARCHITECTURE CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT ARCHITECTURAL COLABORATION AWARDS, LECTURES, TEXTS

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Year 2012

Year 2013

Year 2014

Year 2015

Year 2016

Year 2017

Year 2018

17 60 mx President of DLLCG

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Proyecto 01: Celaya Maxwell 1 SMA PMD 2013-2042 Creta 6 Maxwell 2 C01 C02 BG Magazine Maxwell 3

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CDAU C03 OF01 E01 OF02

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OF03 CCC 1-2

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CCC 3-4

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MUMEDI Vitra Design

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SMArt E02 C04

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C05 Lecture FORO ENTRE E03

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Bienal FCARM T6D1 PH1101 PH1002 Prohabita COM 01 C06

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PROYECTO 01: CELAYA

City Centre Line A Ferromex Line NA Kansas city Lands line A Lands line NB Industrial Archeology Honda factory Laja River

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lecture Foro Entre. October, 2015

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URBANISM Project 01 Celaya is an urban regeneration project that attempts to rescue two historical railways that will cease to run in 2019. These divide Celaya´s urban sprawl into four quadrants and have a distance of 7.5 Km (east-west) and 8.6 Km (north-south). The east-west railway (est. 1878) has an urban structure involving all economic strata, housing, historical sites and industrial archeology. The north-south railway (est.1883) includes housing and industries such as Honda Motors Company opened in 2014.

The intervention of historical railways, industrial archeology, monuments and construction lands will provide a real identity to the city, giving an aesthetic line to follow. The most important policy to comply to is “The Law of Public Projects”, which states that spaces undergoing construction must be executed through public contests.

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Aerial image 2. April 2013

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Aerial image 1. April 2013

Celaya has an atypical opportunity: the abandonment of 16.1km of immersed railways in the city´s sprawl. The current construction of new railways will improve the overall railway system in the region and allow the execution of this project. New urban uses for historical embedded railways reduce the cost of improving public infrastructure bringing benefits to the people. At the same time, this will promote the recovery of historical landscapes in order to be adopted as part of a discipline in the guild.

Private developers guide the city into social destabilization and control the current models of housing, infrastructure and social security development. The project implements 131 out of 303 objectives from two official documents: “The Municipal Development Plan” and “The Land Use Plan”. Objectives are classified as follows: infrastructure, education, economy, ecology, sports, culture, housing, transportation, health, project concept, social protection and parks. This project is a public programmatic growth platform where any new proposal is accepted as long as it follows the basic guidelines for proper execution in the short, medium and long term.

Registration of the intellectual property no. 03-2013-080710550200-01 Mexico DF, August 16 2013 INDAUTOR

Ferromex: 7,550 linear meters Kansas City Southern: 8,660 linear meters Hectares with development potential: 3,326

Year: 2013

https://issuu.com/delalastra/docs/proyecto_01_celaya_issuu

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Aerial image 4. April 2013

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Aerial image 5. April 2013

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Aerial image 3. April 2013


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Aerial image 8. April 2013

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Aerial image 7. April 2013

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Aerial image 6. April 2013


CDAU The challenge of this project was to design a whole collection of products that could lead to an integral interior design solution using parota wood, walnut wood and steel as main materials. All products were manufactured by artisans from the region of the Bajio, even though the design was developed with parametric design bases. Designing furniture, lighting products, textiles, ceramics, so on, guided me to apply my formation as an architecture designer into industrial design scale. The understanding of anthropometry was the most important guidance to deliver correct results to my client. Furthermore, the line of interior design was clear and punctual, the main pieces of each area had to be the center of attention to provide a strong idea of how each product had a whole process of design and fabrication, showing the best qualities of the artisans in the region. The process of design started with handmade drawings that developed into isometric drawings and finally production plans for the manufacturers for more than 55 products to develop.

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INTERIOR AND PRODUCT DESIGN

Architectural project: Artigas Architects Interior and product design: 17 60 mx Construction contractor: 17 60 mx

Construction area: 733 m2 Land area: 1,005 m2 Location: Celaya, Mexico

Owners: De Anda Family Architectural photography: 1760 Films

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Mitla chair A

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Maria Jose chair A

A Final selection contest “Sillas MX� for the Vitra Design Museum, hosted by the Mexican Design Museum, Mexico City, Mexico. January 2015

B Oficial selection for San Miguel de Allende Art Festival. Live painting performance on Mitla chair from mexican artist Gildo Medina, June 2015

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OF 03 The architectural program is conformed by offices, showroom and a warehouse for a ventilation company. The materials chosen for the project are concrete bricks, concrete, and steel.

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The building have to be flexible in case of adding the warehouse to the program of the showroom in the future, for which we began to define which materials fulfilled that objective. The concrete block works as the main finish of the façade and is the dividing structure of the entire program, which can be manipulated in the future. The concrete walls operate as the main structural elements and are the points of connection with the steel elements. The steel structure demonstrates the axes and grid of the building. The materiality of the project with apparent and common materials in the immediate context, allowed to demonstrate the different design options in the construction in Celaya.

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Grownd Level

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First Level

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Section 1

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Section 2

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Section 3

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Section 4

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Section 5

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Section 6

Silver Medal - VI Architecture Biennial of the Federation of Architects Association of the Mexican Republic - San Luis PotosĂ­, Mexico. February 2016

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ARCHITECTURE

Architectural project: 17 60 mx Construction management: 17 60 mx Construction contractor: Grupo Kah

Construction area: 533 m2 Land area: 590 m2 Location: Celaya, Mexico

Owners: Versa DBA SA de CV Architectural photography: 1760 Films

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This project was the most challenging project from all. It was delivered to my company when the client decided to fire the architects and the construction management company due to the problems in the process of design and construction. The project has 8,000 m2 and we had to connect the public areas (3,742 m2) to the privet ones (4,258m2). The most important thing was to use the old structures from the original golf house (from 1960 and 1980) and integrate them into the new project. We had to organize a team of 28 companies in order to give structure and a correct use of economic resources. The challenge was to respect the facade aesthetic line of the original idea but re-designing all of the interiors to generate savings and a coherent strategy. The obsessive process of understanding structural problems on the architecture and interior design was the main key to achieve the success of the project.

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CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT

Architectural project: Artigas Architects - 17 60 mx Construction management: 17 60 mx Construction contractor: Grupo JAPAGUE

Construction area: 3,742 m2 Land area: 5,400 m2 Location: Celaya, Mexico

Owners: Club Campestre de Celaya Architectural photography: 1760 Films

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N First Level

N Second Level

This project was the first architectural collaboration between Talller (Luis Carbonell and Andres Souto from Mexico City) and 17 60 mx (Eduardo de la Lastra). San Miguel de Allende is a town with a strict norm of construction due to its World Heritage mention from the UNESCO. The client required a house that was not into the aesthetic line Mexican colonial architecture, so the solution was to bring modernist aesthetic lines and mix it with materials from the region. The use of wood, steel, river stones and plants from the region have a strong result into how the house blends with its context. The most important contextual object was the view to the lake, so the house was designed with the public program on the last floor, giving integration to the landscape.

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ARCHITECTURAL COLABORATION

Architectural project: 17 60 mx - Talller Construction management: 17 60 mx Construction contractor: Grupo Kah

Construction area: 521 m2 Land area: 690 m2 Location: San Miguel de Allende, Mexico

Owners: Bring Family Architectural photography: 1760 Films

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