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Diana Santa Cruz Schaack Architecture - Urban Design & Landscape Architecture

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Table of Contents Resume...................................................................................4 Education, Skills, Work Experience.................................5 Landscape architecture.....................................................8 Architecture.........................................................................37 Others...................................................................................51

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Resume 2012

Internship and short student contract; BHM Plannungsgesselschaft, Bruchsal, Germany

International Master of Landscape Architecture, (M.Eng.), HfWU Nürtingen-HS Weihenstephan Thesis: “Landscape Visibility from the Train; Case Study on the Valley of the River Rems” Article published at the Digital Landscape Architecture Conference; Bernburg, Germany “Application of Mobile Devices in Landscape Communication” 2011

Project submitted, Otto Linne Award 2011; Hamburg, Germany

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Head of Design Department; Arquitectual Studio, Santa Cruz, Bolivia; period: January to July

2009

Project Manager; Arquitectual Studio, Santa Cruz, Bolivia

2008 CAD Drafter; Arquitectual Studio, Santa Cruz, Bolivia; period: August to December Urban Design Post-Graduation Diploma; Simón I. Patiño University, Cochabamba, Bolivia

CAD Drafter; Moscoso Architecture Studio; Cochabamba, Bolivia

2007 Degree in Architecture (Diplom), San Simon University; Bolivia; Thesis: “Cultural Center in Historic City Center” 2006

“2000 Years of Art and Architecture” Histoy of Art and Architecture Seminar (42 hrs)

2005

“Conceptual Processes in Architectural and Urban Design”; Seminar (18 hrs)

Assistanceship of two lecturers ); San Simon University, Bolivia Period: four academic years. Winner “Emergency Dwelling Contesst” Universidad Mayor de San Simón; Bolivia

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2004

“Earthquake-resistent Structures” Seminar (6 hrs.)

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“Bio-climatic Architecture” Seminar (8 hrs)

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High School Graduation, orientation in human sciences


Education

Work Experience

I started in 2002 my studies in Architecture. A five-year education program that included: strong structural and construction-system notions, urbanism concepts and emphasis in design theory and practice. I graduated on 2007 with an outstanding thesis grade of 91 percent. In 2008 I obtained a post-graduation diploma in Urban Design after one semester of studies. In this program specific topics were reviewed (like urban transportation systems or collective housing) and applied to solve problems in my city. Finally in 2012 I graduated from the International Master in Landscape Architecture in Germany; a two-year practice oriented and peri-urban focused study program. I decided to incur in landscape architecture because I think it complements the most with architecture and urban design. During my experience in Germany I faced several big scale design problems in different countries and I shared ideas with people from different nationalities and backgrounds. It was a very enriching experience. Throughout all my studies I also took other extracurricular courses on complementary subjects as CAD, art history or languages among others.

Skills

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Abilities

Personal: Creative, conceptual thinker, fast learner, organized and adaptable. Project management abilities, group leader and good team worker Languages: Spanish: mother tongue; English: proficient; German: intermediate-high; French: basic.

I have been working in many small jobs since young but my first architecturerelated job during my studies as lecture assistant. To obtain this job, it was necessary to take oral and written test competing with other students for the position. The process had to be repeated every year. I stood a period of four years from beginning 2005 to end 2008. I was, assisting in two lectures:“Theory of Architecture I” and :“Theory of Architecture III”. My first job after graduating in architecture was in Cochabamba; I started in a studio as CAD drafter for two restoration projects commissioned by the City’s government: a medium-size church and a historic house from the colony period. During these projects I worked in data collection and classification, 2d drawings and 3d modeling. My most relevant work experience was in Santa Cruz-Bolivia. There I started as Drafter and after the trial period I was promoted to Project Manager. Later on I was promoted to head of the Design Department in the office. During a period of around two years I had the opportunity to deal with clients and partners, develop complete designs, supervise minor construction works and work in team for bigger projects. The scope of projects I was involved in ranged from interior design and housing to apartment and office buildings, hotels and others. I left the office to pursue my master’s studies with a letter of recommendation. In Germany I made a three-month internship in a Landscape Planning office and I made an extra three-month period under student contract. There I mainly developed some concepts for a landscape park. I also participated in a variety of tasks in other landscape planning projects. Besides all the above mentioned I also worked in freelance architecture projects and I worked in collaboration in wood furniture design.

Sofware: Microsoft office, AutoCAD, Vectorworks, Adobe suite, Sketchup, V-ray (rendering); Arc GIS, Terrain modeling and landscape visualization (basic).

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Personal Vision of Architecture Architecture, urban design and landscape architecture are complementary. No matter the design case, one acts as figure while the others act as background. The same as a painting, one contains the other. For this reason I think that design should always be contextual. No matter the scale of the project, there will always be a surrounding that will coexist with our insertion. Finding a friendly dialog between new and existing will always result in a more harmonious environment.

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I believe in the social role of design: architecture has to be thought for people. Better environments enhance the life quality; therefore design has to be the result of a user-centered reasoning. This reasoning accompanied by honesty and simplicity, are guidelines to produce not only beautiful places but also more conscious and resource efficient buildings and exterior spaces and (why not?) cities too.


Landscape Architecture

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The following three projects are a combination of landscape architecture and urban design; all explained in detail to demonstrate the design processes and base concepts.


Murr-Botwartal Landscape Park

Planning and Design Strategies for Regional Development

Landscape Architecture Intership at “BHM Planing Society” Self developed concepts for the office based on the teamwork.

This project was the most important of my participation as intern at because of its size and complexity. Sixteen communities in the region of the Murr and Bottwar rivers (North-East to Stuttgart, Germany) joined with the Regional Planning Unit of Stuttgart to commission the office a recreation and development concept for the area. The task was to find key points in the region (existing or new) and exploit its potential towards the idea Landscape Park. I worked with the team in the initial stages, participating in analysis and planning. Later on I contributed designing and implementing concepts to support activities in the landscape. Furthermore, I participated in the research and ideas collection for an interactive Landscape App for mobile devices. The design approach of the project was based on the characteristic elements of the region: water (rivers, creeks and springs) , orchards and vineyards. These elements where taken as design themes. Based on this themes different projects were proposed. Following , specific intervention points were located and finally design was implemented through aesthetic and ecological measures.

The map shows the whole “Murr-Botwartal Landscape Park” region, with different colors to distinguish the “characteristic element” areas which later became landscape the design themes. Vineyard landscape

Water landscape

Orchard landscape

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Murr-Botwartal Landscape Park

Planning and Design Strategies for Regional Development

All the ideas took shape in three thematic projects.

Water The first project for the theme water was the “Murrtal Bicycle Path�. An existing route in the valley was used, but it needed to be improved and in some stretches it needed to be completed. The basic idea was to create more opportunities for the visitor to go near the water. Since this project was linear, several paths and bridges crossed it. This helped to locate nodes and stations for the bicycle path. In some parts of the river existed the possibility to combine the path with a canoe. That gave the opportunity of designing nodes where the users can stop, rest, access the water or change transportation media.

Concepts for water access points and views.

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Murr-Botwartal Landscape Park

Planning and Design Strategies for Regional Development

Vineyards The vineyards are located in the hills near the Bottwar River. This landscape stretches along a bigger circuit: the “Wein Lesse Weg”. The project intended to make a connection between the “Murrtal Bicycle Path” and the “Wein Lesse Weg” for interregional connections. The path emphasizes the visibility of landscape structures, creating interesting places to enjoy the view. For this reason, this project works closely with an “Augmented Reality Landscape Application” and specific places marked as physical viewpoints.

Concept for historical wineyards.

Concepts for view points.

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Historical wineyards stucture as rest place.

Concepts for view points.

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Murr-Botwartal Landscape Park

Planning and Design Strategies for Regional Development

Orchards Apple trees are very characteristic of the “Murr-Bottwartal”. In the whole region, orchards are scattered around. They are a strong feature of the cultural landscape and is important to underline and preserve them. The first goal for this project was in first instance to create a complementary path for the orchard theme. The second goal was to create an element common to this landscape and make it distinctive of the region. Wooden boxes that were used to collect fruits were taken as the recurring, common element. Playing with the scale and function they became smaller projects to complement the idea of the Landscape park.

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Fruit Boxes As Mobiliar Of The “Landscape Park”: A modular wooden box was designe to adapt many furniture configurations. It can be transported and distributed easily where needed and stored when the season has finished.


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Murr-Botwartal Landscape Park

Planning and Design Strategies for Regional Development

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plan view

section

front view

side view

Box Shelter: A prototype of shelter for the visitors that plan to make a route in the region more than one day. Shelters 4 persons, is demountable and uses the same formal language of a pile of fruit boxes. It can be scattered all around the region next to the orchards.


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Murr-Botwartal Landscape Park

Planning and Design Strategies for Regional Development

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Infobox Markplatz Stuttgart: The box was resized and used as marketing element, as a proposal to give the public the opportunity to learn about the region with and attracting visitors to the park.


Sewing the Urban Fabric

Reconnecting the Pieces of an Urban Area Trough Multi-Layered Public Spaces

Cape Town

International project IMLA 2012, Cape Town- South Africa Starting stage in colaboration with Umut Özdemir and Daniel Nell. Further development by myself.

The following project is the result of a joint workshop of the Masters in Landscape Architecture programs from the Cape Town University and the HfWU. During four weeks mixed groups of students worked together in South Africa to find solutions to a given task: design a public space on a left over plot in the border of the city center.

South Africa Cape Town established as a Dutch Colony in 1652. The “Gateway to Africa”, is today a thriving multi-cultural metropolis of over three million people.

It was of importance for this project to seek a solution that integrates the space with its surroundings. The size and scope of the proposal was up to the groups’ imagination.The final result of the project was to be presented in three A1 posters summarizing the main site alalysis and the design answer to the problems found.

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Sewing the Urban Fabric

Reconnecting the Pieces of an Urban Area Trough Multi-Layered Public Spaces

The site is situated on reclaimed land once part of the Atlantic Ocean shoreline. The foreshore construction was developed to accommodate an industrial harbour and an extension of the city’s Central Business District. In the early 1960’s elevated highway passes were constructed along the foreshore to accommodate the cities growing transport needs. The current transportation system in the city center includes bus, rail, taxi and vehicular routes from the surrounding suburbs of Cape Town. Major nodes and pedestrian linkage routes in the city are also connected to the city center. There is a link joining the V&A waterfront with the CTICC by a canal. The city of Cape Town has significant issues with the availability of parking and the development of integrated transport system. Public Spaces: the site is connected to a larger public open space network which links many significant cultural and historic landmarks through pedestrian road corridors and public squares.

Victoria And Alfred Waterfront

Canal to CTICC Industrial Harbour

Harbour Railway CTICC Elevated Highway

Site Taxi Central and IRT route Cape Town Central Train Station Bus Central Station Central Business District

Due to the topographical boundaries, like Table Mountain and the ocean, Cape Town’s urban sprawl grew towards the south east .

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Old City


“The availability and management of road space and parking has become an increasingly complex and controversial issue for residents, commuters, visitors and businesses City-wide, specifically in the destination areas of the CBD with a high demand for parking space.” (Integrated transport plan for the City of Cape Town 2006 to 2011)

Parking Plots “Artscape” Cultural Center “Zip-Zap” Circus

Site City Buses Parking Leftover Plot Harbour Railway Expansion Plot for CTICC CTICC Former housing development Elevated Highway

Panoramic view from the elevated highway.

Cape Town International Cconvetion Center Expansion Plot for CTICC

Site

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Sewing the Urban Fabric

Reconnecting the Pieces of an Urban Area Trough Multi-Layered Public Spaces

It was to consider for the concept: the isolation of the site from the rest of the city center; the disconnection with the harbor, visually and physically due to the highway; the large expanses of car park space used only in working days; the little residential development in the area.

Opportunities found for development were: the site can be a cultural precinct connecting the Artscape theatre, CTICC and the Zip-Zap Circus; re-connection with the city and the harbor; connection to civic centre IRT bus transport system; development of housing in the city centre; contribution to the urban transportation system.

Contact with water

Vision: Create an element that sews back together the city to the port and at the same time makes a gateway experience for those who come from the sea, allowing for accessibility to all and providing a platform for which culture, diversity and innovation can be celebrated. Re.connection of parts

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Contribute to the urban transportation network

Site as main entrance and connection hub

???Design concepts.???

Preserve the circus.

Multi-level connections spatially and socially


Harbour Railway

Central Parking Building and Bus Station Bridge

Terrace

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Harbour Train Stop

Terrace

View Plataform

View Plataform

Water Access Point

Harbour Park

Passes

Green Bridge a’

Containers for Multiple-Uses

New “Zip-Zap” Circus Commercial Space under the Bridge

Green Bridge

Dock-Bridge b

Directing Alley

Ferryboat Docks

b’ Acces Point to Canal to CTICC extension

Directing Alley

Access Area for Urban Development

Dry Plaza and courtyard for the CTICC Dense Shaded Area

Canal Urban Development

MASTERPLAN

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Sewing the Urban Fabric

Reconnecting the Pieces of an Urban Area Trough Multi-Layered Public Spaces

The width of the original plot was extended to the harbor. The project is divided into two stripes lengthwise. In the stripe near the CTICC an street level atrium for the Artscape is created, followed by a dry plaza is created in a lower level to separate the spaces. Following, the existing canal for the CTICC is extended to end between the two elevated highways. A dock-bridge is created to give access to the area to smaller ships. The end of the stripe touches the water again in the harbor, with docks that will function as access for ferry-boats that will be part of a public transportation system that transports people to other places like the V&A Waterfront .Linear circulation is intended in the other stripe, by implementing long blocks of mini business formed with containers.

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The “Artscape� area is covered by a grid of trees to create a dense shaded area, differentiating it this way from the dry plaza for the CTICC. The parking and backyard space of the cultural center is separated by a line of trees. On the next level a green bridge is added, jumping over the elevated highways, and turning into a park and a green zone that touches the water. With delicate curves and slopes this bridge creates different kinds of spaces. The directionality is given by two alleys from the docks to the center.

A big urban development will replace a smaller one already existing to add life to the area. The circus is redesigned and placed before the starting of the green bridge. On the top of the bridge a view platform will keep the visual connection with sea and park. On the landing of the bridge, some passes are open so the green area on the Harbor park can be accessed. A small train station is added to serve the harbor railway. A second lower platform is added, as well as terraces looking at the sea. Finally, a big Car-Station is added between the two highways, as destination for the commuters that come to the city center by car. The main entrance faces the commercial space under the green bridge.


Vision: Create an element that sews back together the city to the port and at the same time makes a gateway experience for those who come from the sea, allowing for accessibility to all and providing a platform for which culture, diversity and innovation can be celebrated. This to create a more significant place that contributes not only to the public space as “park� but generates more development on the area and helps to solve some of the transportation issues.

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Sewing the Urban Fabric

Reconnecting the Pieces of an Urban Area Trough Multi-Layered Public Spaces

Section A-A’

“Artscape” Cultural Center

Dividing Tree Line

New “Zip-Zap” Circus

Green Bridge

Commercial Space under the Bridge

Elevated Highway

Access Tower

View Plataform

Section B-B’

Ferryboat Docks

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Docks Access

Directing Alley

Access Green Area for Urban Development


Containers for Multiple-Uses

Elevated Highway

Passes

Dock-Bridge

Harbour Railway

Acces Point to Canal to CTICC extension

Harbour Park

Harbour Warehouses

Dry Plaza for Multiple Activities and courtyard for the CTICC

View Plataform

Dense Shaded Area

Water Access Point

“Artscape”

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Preserve the circus.

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Use of containers as modules.


A Second Look

Strategies for the mouth of the Bille, Otto Linne Competition 2011

Second Trimester Project IMLA 2011 In collaboration with: Fernando Bujaidar and Gabriel Seah.

The theme of the Short Project for trimester 2 ,was a student competition in Hamburg (Otto Linne Preis 2011). This project was strongly related to a seminar dealing with representation styles which played a significant role in the project. Embedding this thematic emphasis into a competition provided a stimulating context for exploring new methods and techniques in addition to dealing with a future-oriented landscape architecture task.

The mouth of the Bille is like a hinge linking the various types of use and it is already apparent that the effect is both to divide and to connect.

The review area is highly fragmented; roads, rails, highways and rivers dash across, criss-crossing the area, dividing it into numerous parts.

For the Otto Linne Award in 2011 the sponsors chose not to narrowly define the issues to be addressed or the associated review area, in order to promote entrants’ creativity. Competitors had to enter into a dialogue with the location, soak up its atmosphere and at the same time reflect on the nature of forward-looking, urban landscape architecture and how it might be adopted for the area around the mouth of the Bille River. The review area is fringed by neighborhoods with diversified structures and uses and differing characters. Areas mainly given over to light industry abut residential quarters, which in turn rub shoulders with office blocks; this variety of usages is then criss-crossed by roads, railways and waterways dividing it into numerous parts. Once in a while, these infrastructures meet, and overlap. Accessibilities are low if not null and views are blocked. Areas where vistas are offered are spaces where speed is the essential and are frequently experienced in a split of a second, leaving little or no impression to the distinctive spatial quality.

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A Second Look

Strategies for the mouth of the Bille, Otto Linne Competition 2011

Concept The base concept is the assimilation of all surrounding structures into the landscape. “City is the greatest invention of mankind�. The meaning is more ever enhanced when we are referring to Hamburg, one of the greatest cities in the world. Without these networks, where will the city be? As unpleasant as it may seem, walking within the area can be an unusual good experience, if by any chance, one is to end up in one of those spaces; quietness can be found. Noises are still heard and movement is still dashing but the opportunity to stand in a safe place in the midst of all the occurrences is contrastingly peaceful. At some points, there are opportunities to stroll along the railway side and if a train happens to pass by, it engages all of the senses. At pedestrian bridges, aerial views over the rioting roads are also offered while ohter views open up to the serene section of the Bille. The implementation of a sculptural hanging bridge will unify the fragmented spaces and will be an important landmark. The pedestrian ring will touch the main entrance to a park, the riverside slopes and a promenade parallel to the train line These two new infrastructures (ring and promenade) will play the role of pedestrian traffic spaces where urban activities can be performed and will offer at trip along the peaceful spaces and the ones with the traffic and movement.

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The project aims to be an ecological development too. A water catchment park where all the rain water and gray water from the surrounding neighborhoods will be stored, purified and the put it back into the Bille river is one of the central ideas. The second part of the water purification process , takes place in the side of the Bille river, where a low slope offers the pedestrian the opportunity to go down where a deck going along the riverside is found offering the possibility of a walk in a curvy path discovering the many open spaces gained in the river. The planting concept; uses native plants and plants found on site to create four different types of landscape: Meadow, .Dry Meadow, Wetland and Urban Landscape. At the same time this plants are meant to be low maintenance and part of the water purifying cycle. Water catchment pond and purifying system. Below, plants found in the abandoned Piggyback Station.

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A Second Look

Strategies for the mouth of the Bille, Otto Linne Competition 2011

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1 Master Plan

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Artificial beach and promenade.

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Promenade along the railway.

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Meadow area near to the water catchment

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Window to the train in pedestrian ring.

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Purification Pond and slope access to river with sidewalk alog te Brille.

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Water catchment area with docks.

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A Second Look

Strategies for the mouth of the Bille, Otto Linne Competition 2011

The sustainability of the project is given by an urban development where a line of towers will be located, contributing profits to the park and marking a secondary entrance to the area.

Railway Housing Towers Atrium Water catchment Park East Entrance Raliway Atrium Green Area Railway Promenade Wet Grass Area North Entrance Dry Area Water Catchment Docks Area Main Entrace to the Park Pedestrian Ring Purifying Ponds River Access Slope Sidewalk Alog the River

Sidewalk Alog the River

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River Access Slope

River Access Slope

Purifying Pond


Pedestrian Ring Sidewalk

Highway

Pedestrian Ring

Highway

Highway

Main Entrace to the Park

Section showing the relationship between the pedestrian ring and the lower levels.

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A Second Look

Strategies for the mouth of the Bille, Otto Linne Competition 2011

Selection day Hamburg.

The projects had to be submitted to the contest in two A0 format posters on September 2011. Among 166 entries 42 projects were selected to pick up 8 winners. The Project stood among this selection. Submited A0 posters

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Competition Results Publication cover and page with the project


Architecture

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Alas Business Tower

Multifuntion building in business center.

Section. Ground floor.

Arquitectual Studio 2010 In collaboration with: Arch. Gustavo Dellien B.

This project was a entrepreneurment of a private group of real estate investments betting for this unique artisticshaped tower in the heart of future business city: Santa Cruz. With 16 levels of free plan floors all destined to corporative offices, is the most admired project now days in Bolivia, despite not being one of the biggest. (10.000 m2 and 6 million dollar investment). The architectural concept is based on the wings of an eagle with the soul of glass. The investors wanted above all a visually captivating project. The result got to be very successful in its early stages. Now the building stage is in process and will be opened in July 2013.

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Model Floor.


Altavista

Housing development

Arquitectual Studio 2009 Design under the supervision of Arch. Gustavo Dellien B.

This housing complex was a private investment, developed as an experimental cell, that would become a bigger urban development in Santa Cruz-Bolivia. Simplicity of forms, materials and spaces were the desing premises. The objective was to provide a complete family house (within 160 square meters) at accessible price. Is important to point out that Santa Cruz is a very important city that has the fastest population growing in Bolivia, and the demand of housing for the upper middle classis is seeking solutions on this direction.

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Altavista

Housing development

Ground floor

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First floor


Municipal Cultural Centre in Historical District Thesis work in architecture

Universidad Mayor de San Sim贸n 2007 In collaboration with: Daniela Delgado

Two half squares inserted in the historic preservation area of city were the places to propose a cultural center to fill the space left by the demoliton wheref an antique market and a church used to be. It shoud be conformed by three main functional areas: Diffusion Area, with exhibition halls, museum and auditorium; Research Area, with library, newspaper and historical archives; and Development Area with classrooms for teaching fine arts, among others. The project: In one of the lots a building in a compact volume divided into three levels. A pedestrian walkway that follows the pre-existing tensions of the context divides the building in two functional blocks with separate entrances. The last level connects both functional blocks.

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Municipal Cultural Centre in Historical District Thesis work in architecture, Cochabamba, Bolivia, 2007

Ballet

Administration

Outdoor gallery Art Classrooms

Classrooms

Hall Music

Museum

Parking area

Library Library Storage

Lobby

Foyer

Nespaper archiv

Auditorium Exhibition Hall Backstage

GROUND FLOOR

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1 st FLOOR

2 nd FLOOR

3 rd FLOOR

UNDERGROUND


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Municipal Cultural Centre in Historical District Thesis work in architecture, Cochabamba, Bolivia, 2007

Complementary to the building, the Project considers the use of the second half block for developing a new park, to strengthen this conceptual ideas and to give the surroundings more green spaces. The landscape design respects the old market structure still standing in the place and develops outdoor spaces for cultural activities. The detailed design was supported by botanic cards of the species to be planted and a table for the different seasons of the year.

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South view

West view

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Municipal Cultural Centre in Historical District Thesis work in architecture, Cochabamba, Bolivia, 2007

North view

East view

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Emergency Dwelling First prize competition winner

Architecture student contest 2005 Organized by the Architecture Faculty; Cochabamba,Bolivia

The issue of emergency housing was launched by the Chair as internal competition in the class of 2005. The design conditions were: to propose a prototype shelter to house 60 people, removable and easily transportable, with a place to rest, to clean, refrectory, cooking, storage and restrooms. The project comprehends a module of housing and dining room together to acommodate 16 people in bunk beds of four wich can be modified to form a table for feeding time. The set comprises four of these modules, confronted in pairs and bound by an intermediate module that can be used as store room, kitchen, and shower place. Additionally it has a separate module for latrines. The best quality of the design is the versatility of the module and the use of materials that easily accessible. This project was qualified by a court of professors from other courses, and turned winner of first place.

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Emergency Dwelling First prize competition winner

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Emergency Dwelling First prize competition winner

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Others

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Art Work

Collage

Pencil drawing

Drawing in acquarel

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Sketch in pen

Marker drawing

Pencil drawing


Graphic Design Work

F O N D U E

Para Comer Waffles Dulces

Waffles D

Waffle Cl谩sico Azucar y Canela Molida Mantequilla y Jarabe Jarabes con sabor Pure de Manzana y Canela

Waffle Cl Bs Bs Bs Bs

8,00 8,00 10,00 12,00

Azucar Mante Jarabe Pure d

Waffle Banana Bananas, Crema y Chocolate

Waffle B Bs 13,00

Banan

Waffle Frutas Frutilla, Kiwi, Durazno con Crema

H O U S E

Waffle Fr Bs 15,00

Frutilla

Waffle Helado

Bs 15,00 Frutilla, Kiwi, Durazno y Helado de Vainilla

Waffle H

Waffle Nuez

Waffle N

Queso Crema y Nueces

Frutilla

Bs 15,00

Queso

Waffle Selva Negra Masa de Chocolate,Guindas y Crema

Waffle S Bs 18,00

Masa

Waffles Salados

Waffles S

Waffle Roquefort Salsa de Roquefort y Jam贸n

Waffle R Bs 18,00

Salsa

Waffle Parisien Pollo, Champi帽ones, Salsa Bechamel

Waffle Pa Bs 18,00

Pollo,

Waffle Croque Monsieur

Waffle Cr

Tomate, Jam贸n , Queso, Salsa Bechamel Bs 18,00

Tomate

Otros Quiche Lorraine (Tarta Salada)

Otros

Quiche Lo

Bs 12,00

Vol-au-Vents (Masa de Hoja Rellena)

Vol-au-V

Porissiene (Pollo y Champignones) Bs 12,00 A la Marinera (Atun, Salsa Marinera) Bs 12,00

Logo desing for a restaurant.

Logo desing for a catering service

Logo desing for an App.

Porissi A la M

Menu design.

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Wood Furniture Design

Kitchen Layout

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3D desing

Finished Project


Landscape modeling and visualization

ArcGIS maps.;space analysis for master thesis project: “Landscape visibility from the train line�; IMLA 2012

Screenshots from video of landscape visualization; third trimester group Project; IMLA 2011

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Contact: santacruz.diana@gmail.com


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