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PORTFOLIO   DINA  VERONICA  GONZALEZ  PERALTA  


DINA  VERONICA   GONZALEZ  PERALTA     12-­‐28-­‐1990   SAN  DIEGO,  CA  

  CONTACT:   DINA.VERO@GMAIL.COM  

EDUCATION  

  2009-­‐2014  Graduated   Interna[onal   Student   program   Bachelor   in   Architecture   degree   at   ITESM   (Ins[tuto   Tecnológico   y   de   Estudios  Superiores  de  Monterrey)   Campus  Monterrey   N.L.  México     JANUARY-­‐  DECEMBER  2012   Interna[onal   program   Bachelor   in   A r c h i t e c t u r e   s t u d e n t   a t   t h e   University  of  Arizona.   Tucson,  AZ,  USA  

LANGUAGES  

  Spanish  (100%)   English  (100%)   Italian  (50%)   French  (40%)  

HONORS  &  AWARDS  

  ITESM  Honors  Graduate     ITESM  Academic  Talent  Program.   (Programa  de  Reconocimiento  al   Talento  Académico)       AEBMAC  Scholarship  Program   (Asociación  de  Estudiantes   Bajacalifornianos  en  Monterrey)     DDBC6-­‐  AIA  Honors  Award     DDBC5-­‐Design  Excellence  Award  

SOFTWARE    

Revit  Architecture   AutoCAD   3D  Max   Google  Sketchup   Photoshop   MicrosoC  Office  


CONTENT:  

RESIDENTIAL  PROJECTS  

  DDBC6  Construc[on                1       Tucson,  AZ.,  USA         DDBC6  Construc[on                2       Tucson,  AZ.,  USA         XYSTUM  Condominiums   3   San  Pedro,  N.L.,  MX         Santa  Lucia  Mix-­‐use  complex              4     Monterrey,  N.L.,  MX  

COMMERCIAL  

  Compass  Project  Offices   and  Commerce   Monterrey,  N.L.,MX    

EDUCATIONAL  

  TEC  22  Masterplan       Culinary  School   San  Pedro,  N.L,  MX     EMUNAH  Centre   Monterrey,  N.L.,  MX  

5-­‐6       7       8  

OTHER     9              

Folded  plates  structure   Tucson,  AZ,  USA     Photography  

10       11    


DDBC6  

Tucson,  AZ,  USA     Low  income  housing  project  in   collabora[on  with  Mary   Hardin,  Bil  Taylor  and  DDBC6   ARC451  class.     Construc[on,  façade,  interiors   and  landscape  design.    

Design  by  DDBC6  UofA  2011  group   Photographs  by  Liam  Frederick  

RESIDENTIAL  1  


DDBC5      Tucson,  AZ,  USA  

Low  income  housing  project  in  collabora[on  with  Mary  Hardin  and  DDBC5  2012  class.   Trombe  wall  house  study    3  bedroom  2  bath  1200  sqC  

 Collabora[ve  design  by  DDBC5  UofA  2012  group   Construc[on  by  DDBC5  UofA  2013-­‐2014  groups   Photographs  by  Liam  Frederick  

RESIDENTIAL  2  


MAIN  ENTRANCE  

EAST  ELEVATION  

APARTMENT  TYPE  B  

WEST  ELEVATION  

APARTMENT    LEVEL  TYPE  

San  Pedro  Garza  Garcia,  NL,  MX     Six  story  luxury  apartment  building  with  ameni[es.     Context:  San  Pedro  is  the  richest  municipality  in  Monterrey,  NL.   Objec[ve:  Use  spaces  within  the  building  to  create  a  sense  of  community,  providing  semi   public  spaces  within  the  apartments  as  well  as  the  building  itself.      

In  collabora[on  with  Diana  Mendoza  &  Stephany  Flores  

RESIDENTIAL  3  


APARTMENT  TYPE  A  &  B  

APARTMENT    TYPE  C  

SANTA  LUCIA  MASTER  PLAN   Monterrey,  N.L.,  MX  

 

Mul[  family  complex  viewing  the  Santa  Lucia  River,   six  story  apartment  building  with  first  floor   commercial  func[ons.     Inspired  by  the  great  mountains  following  their  level   changes  and  respec[ng  its  surroundings,  having    the   pedestrian  as  the  main  focus.  

Context  in  collabora[on  with  Architectural  Projects  2  Group  Jan-­‐May  2011  

RESIDENTIAL  4  


TEC  22  MASTERPLAN  

Monterrey,  N.L.,  MX     Masterplan  for  Tec  de  Monterrey  University,  mix  use  project.   Objec&ve-­‐  Walkability,  using  modules  and  plates  from  solar  studies  create  comfortable   transi[on  spaces  within  the  campus  to  alleviate  the  extreme  temperatures  of  the  city.   Interac[on  between  disciplines  was  a  priority  to  enrich  the  learning  process.      

 

In  collabora[on  with  Diana  Mendoza,  Ileana  De  Leon  &  Carlos  Barrera  

Shadow   projec[on  from   plates                     Volumes  and   programming                       Masterplan  with   exis[ng   buildings                  

5.  Programming  /            layout           4.  Green  space           3.  Trees               2.  Walkways           1.  Site  with   exis[ng  buildings  

EDUCATIONAL  5  


TEC  22  MASTERPLAN  

Monterrey,  N.L.,  MX     Innova[on  centre,  offices,   commercial  areas  and  exis[ng   campus  connect  through  the   pavilion.  Density  was  increased   to  accommodate  increasing   student  body  and  faculty.    

PAVILION  

BUSINESS  CENTRE  

INNOVATION  CENTRE  

COMMERCE  

5.  Roof  plates           4.  Screen  wall           3.  Steel  profiles             2.  Curtain  wall           1.  Floor  plates  

In  collabora[on  with  Diana  Mendoza,  Ileana  De  Leon  &  Carlos  Barrera  

EDUCATIONAL  6  


CULINARY  SCHOOL  

San  Pedro,  N.L.,  MX     Culinary  school  project  with   high-­‐end  restaurant  and   store.   Courtyard  centered,   oriented  for  natural   ven[la[on    and  ligh[ng.    

 

EDUCATIONAL  7  


EMUNAH  CENTRE     Monterrey,  N.L.,  MX  

 

Rehabilita[on  and  treatment  clinic  for   children  with  cerebral  palsy  for  a  non   profit  organiza[on.     Context:  The  site  is  6  acres  with  main   access  on  a  high  transit  road  on  the   north,  low  density  housing  on  the  west   and  a  low  level  river  on  the  east.       Objec[ve:  Generate  mul[  sensory   experiences  with  interac[on  crea[ng   transi[on  spaces  through  courtyards.   Make  the  experience  in  the  centre   educa[onal  and  a  safe  place  for  the   children  to  develop.       Generate  a  linear  park  along  side  the   river  connec[ng  with  the  centre,   genera[ng  public  space  with  ac[vi[es   to  maintain  the  centre.  

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In  collabora[on  with  Grecia  Belmontes  

EDUCATIONAL  8  


COMPASS  PROJECT   Monterrey,  NL,  MX    

Offices  and  commerce  mix-­‐use  building.     Context:  Site  has  low  density  housing  in   the  east,  a  large  supermarket  in  the   south.  Located  in  the  corner  of  two  high   transit  avenues.     Objec[ve:  Incorporate  public  space  to   connect  with  the  street  and  use  terraces   to  create  semi-­‐public  spaces  for  each   office  level  to  take  in  the  view  of  the   mountains.  

In  collabora[on  with  Francisco  Bau[sta  &  Jorge  Gonzalez  

COMMERCIAL  9  


Team 1:

  Reinforced  concrete  structure,  plaster  tes[ng  with  metal  formwork   Objec[ve:  Create  an  outdoor  pavilion  through  folded  plates  tes[ng.  

Team 1:

Michael Sullivan Brian Carstensen Nicolas Sakellar Dina Gonzalez Ashley Sams

Michael Sullivan Brian Carstensen Nicolas Sakellar Dina Gonzalez Ashley Sams

FOLDED  PLATE  STRUCTURE  

Folded Plate Construction Arc 422 Spring 2012 Prof. Wilson Peterson 16 February 2012

Folded Plate Construction Arc 422 Spring 2012 Prof. Wilson Peterson AZ  2012 16Tucson,   February

In  collabora[on  with,B.  Cartensen,  N.  Sakellar,  A.  Sams  &  M.  Sullivan   Section Axonometrics: 1/8”=1’

OTHER  10  


PHOTOGRAPHED:  

UofA  Campus   Tucson,  AZ,  USA     Family  and  Consumer   Science  Building   (leC)     Stevie  Eller  Dance   Theater  (right)  

OTHER  11  


Contact:  dina.vero@gmail.com  


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