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DAVID JIMENEZ INIESTA architect

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DAVID JIMENEZ INIESTA Architect Name: David Surname: Jiménez Iniesta

david.jimenez.iniesta

Date and Place of birth: 27/07/1987 Albacete (Spain) Contact: 77 Amparo 3º 3 28012 Madrid(Spain) Email: jimenez_iniesta@hotmail.com Telephone number: +34 610 283 342

Academic Studies 2016/2017 Master in Architectural Commnunication MACA. (UPM - Madrid) 2005/2014 University of Alicante (UA) Graduate with High Honors in Architecture (Master equivalent)

Noteworthy Academic Experience 2011/2012 University of Alcala de Henares (UAH) Seneca Scholarship 2010/2011 Universidade Técnica de Lisboa (UTL) Erasmus Scholarship

Language Spanish (native) English (fluent) Portuguese (fluent)

Skills Autocad Photoshop Illustrator Premiere Indesign Microsoft Office (2010) Rhino 5.0+Vray Render Models Revit 2016


Architectural Experience 2017– Restricted competition for PLAYGROUND Headquarters with Enorme Studio and Studio Animal 2017– Space for CO. Exhibition for the Spanish Ministry of Culture in Arquerías of Nuevos Ministerios. Madrid BUILT 2017– Organizer of COCA. 17th-19th May. Madrid 1st International Congress in Architectural Communication 2016– Work comission for the Oslo Architectural Triennale: After Belonging 2015–2017 Collaborator in Carlos Arroyo Architects

-Instituto Cervantes de Bruselas Headquarters BUILT -ERRETRES Headquarters in Madrid BUILT -Maison du Project de la Laniere (Lille) BUILT -P2M4- apartment in Madrid BUILT -MP51- apartment in Madrid BUILT -DeARTE ArtFair in Madrid BUILT -ZincShower ArtFair in Madrid BUILT -Breeze House, Office building in Kigali (Rwanda) -Nobelia Office Tower in Kigali (Rwanda) -Orchid House in Kigali (Rwanda) -Mundi Market in Kigali (Rwanda) -15 apartments in Kigali (Rwanda) -KOMMERLING Competition -Barcelona Town Hall Competition -Ecole Belge Kigali (Rwanda) -Zwindrecht Open Oproep (Belgium) -Bank of Spain Headquartes in Madrid -Restricted Competition: Albanian Supreme Court -Kigali Housing Study

2015– Cover for Parola d’Arte Webzine 2014 – Collaborator in AnotherArchitect Berlin (2 months)

**Elounda Hills Masterplan **Beach Club in Elounda, Greece

2014 - Collaboration in Escollera Winery by StudioÄnimal 2014 – GUGGENHEIM Helsinki Competition with Adhoc, MªAngeles Peñalver, Tatiana Poggi and Elhombreorquestadigital 2014 – Architect by the University of Alicante 2014 – IV ISARCH AWARDS Diploma project Kowloon Walled City: “A lobotomy’s tale”


2014 – Organizer of Musikfreunde Live! Music Festival in Albacete 2014 – Curator of Musikfreunde 20x20 Conferences 2014 – Illustrations for “Espacio Interior” published by Acanto 2013 – EUROPAN 12 KAISERSLAUTERN PFAFF with Studio Animal+ MªAngeles Peñalver 2013 – III Steelcase competition with MªÁngeles Peñalver 2013 – Collaboration in ULTRAaRQUITECTURA – Eames house Paradigma drawings and website for Javier Jimenez Iniesta Thesis. 2013 – TRANSITARTE Competition Studio Animal + MªAngeles Peñalver (FINALIST) 2012 – Illustrations “Más allá del instante” published by QVE 2012 – Vodafone Play restricted competition for Capitol building in Madrid with Javier Jiménez Iniesta + MªAngeles Peñalver 2012 – PLADUR competiton with MªAngeles Peñalver 2012 – CEVISAMA INDI International Ceramic Competition with MªAngeles Peñalver 2011 – Shellter competition with Emma Gabaldá 2011 – PLADUR competition with MªAngeles Peñalver 2011 – THINKSPACE Urban Borders with Javier Jiménez 2011 – THINKSPACE Geopolitcal Borders with MªAngeles Peñalver 2010 – ASCER CERAMIC COMPETITION with Miguel A. Fernández 2010 – MARJAL SUSTEINABLE HOUSING 2010 – Alhama Theater competition with Ad-hoc msl 2009 – EUROPAN X Utrech with MªJosé Marcos + Pepe Aguirre 2009 – EUROPAN X Riga with Javier Jiménez + Siro Morcillo 2009 – MUCHO + MAYO competition in Cartagena 2008 – Tram Station in Alicante Competition for Architects and Students with Antonio Abellán 2008 – Dársena del Canal de Castilla of Valladolid competition with Torres Nadal Arquitecturas


Extracurricular 2015 – Invited to the UC Berkeley Summer School Final Review 2015 – Exhibition “Kowloon Walled City : A lobotomy’s Tale” organized by the Hong Kong University 2015 – Exhibition “13 años de PFC en Alicante” by the University of Alicante 2014 – EUROPAN 12 Exhibition in COAC (Barcelona) 2014 – EUROPAN 12 Exhibition and Lecture in Akademie der Künste(Berlin) 2013 – Kaiserslautern PFFAFGELÄNDE workshop organized by EUROPAN Germany and Kaiserslautern City Council 2013 – PFAFF Exhibition in Kaiserslautern Town Hall 2013 – Exhibition “Lightness VI” of structures models in COAA (Alicante), COAMU (Murcia) and COAM (Madrid) 2012 – International workshop “La ciudad intermedia” organiced by Japan Foundation lead by Kiyoshi sei Takeyama, Luis Gallego and Pilar Garcés 2011 – Exhibition “LAS BESTIAS DE BIJLMER” in University of Alcalá de Henares 2011 – Lecturer in LAUBA (Zagreb) UNCONFERENCE organized by DAZ and Thinkspace 2010 – EILC Grant in Lisbon. Portuguese Course in Universidade Autonoma de Lisboa 2010 – Bancaixa International Grant for students 2010 – encuentros futuros – generaciones futuras lead by PLAY 2010 – winter workshop in UA “Shoot Architecture” 2009 – ph06 Workshop in Leon lead by Grupo Aranea and Toki 2009 – OBS Murcia Region in SOS 4.8 Festival 2009 – GIA lead by Torres Nadal, Enrique Nieto (bestbefore) and MªJosé Marcos (magicarch) 2008 – ph04 Workshop in Tomiño lead by Grupo Aranea and STUDIOFAM 2008 – Paracloud+Top Solid Workshop in Uic 2008 – winter workshop in UA “la muy lujosa ciudad de la precariedad” lead by Andres Jaque 2008 – Exhibition “Espacios Naturales” organized by University of Alicante in COAA


Honors and recognitions Project: Hypermap for the Oslo Triennale: After Belonging Published in Arquitectura Viva 189 Published in AfterBelonging Catalogue by Lars Muller Project: INSTITUTO CERVANTES, BRUSELAS 1st PRIZE Refurbishment of the new headquarters Project: INSTITUTO CERVANTES, BRUSELAS 1st PRIZE Refurbishment of the new headquarters Project: DEARTE competition organized by COAM 1st PRIZE to design an Art Fair in Madrid (Built) Project: A LOBOTOMY’S TALE. Research about Kowloon Walled City. Hong Kong. PUBLISHED IN: ** Afasia. Morethangreen and Plataforma Arquitectura. (10/10 DIPLOMA PROJECT WITH HIGH HONORS) (FINALIST in the International Competition IS ARCH 2014) Selected for itinerant exhibition of the Archiprix International Awards. Project: P.F.A.F.F. Landscape and urbanism project. (MENTION in the EUROPAN 12 Competition in Kaiserslautern 2013) PUBLISHED IN: ** July 2014_Europan Germany Catalogue. ** June 2014_Europan Spain Catalogue. ** May 2014_ COAM Magazine nº 368 Magazine. ** February 2014_ Afasia Blog. **December 2013_METALOCUS. **December 2013_Edgar González. Project: BUBBLEHEIM. itinerant museum. (FINALIST of TRANSITARTE) (CHOOSEN PROJECT IN ARQUIA PRÓXIMA 2014) PUBLISHED IN: ** April 2014_ Afasia Blog. **May 2013_Edgar González. **May 2013_Online exposition Transiarte Competition. Project: RUBBLESCAPES (3rd PRIZE. Thinkspace Urban Borders International Competition) Project: UltraArquitectura. The Eames House after 40 years of living. (CHOOSEN PROJECT IN ARQUIA PRÓXIMA 2014) Project: KELEBEK. New design of a ceramic piece. (3rd PRIZE. Cevisama Indi 2012 International Competition) Project: A LA SOMBRA DE LOS PINOS. Refuge for pilgrims design. (2nd local PRIZE in Lisbon. Pladur Competition.2011) Project: “La mujer rosa” (MENTION in Tram Station in University of Alicante competition)


Selected Works


The Eames house after 40 years of living

Ultraarchitecture is a concept developed by Javier Jiménez Iniesta in his Phd Work. This concept tries to define an architecture that goes beyond architecture and architects showing the important role played also by the owner This drawing called “House: after 40 years of living” is part of that work. It’s also a website and a photography collection found about the Eames House. It is a multylayer axonometric drawing that lets the reader to understand the evolution of the Eames house through years and how it changes with the history of its owners


Films & popular memories Creation of a common urban and domestic imaginary of wishes through the world of fiction. The idea of the “truly authentic sense of City� based on a collage of different sources. There is therefore an idea of New York that has more to do with Woody Allen's filmography or sitcoms rather than its real context. Cinema and Fiction as constructors of subjectivities.

Travel guides and literature They had been sustituted by blogs and online guides which are updated regularly

1. Annie Hall 2. King Kong 3. Friends 4. Breakfast at Tiffany's 5. Home Alone 2

Wishes & E

Traveling is an experience heavily fueled by two families of emotions that determine the landscape of its setting: on the on other hand, as a result of these expectations, we find the whishes that everybody yearns for a new experience. The memor stereotyped wishes. Cinema, internet, television and literature are four vehicles of this shared knowledge, built through th and it is supplemented by additional information that could have with particular interests, and that is powerfully suppor


"We can remember it for you" Is a short story by American writer Philip K. Dick, first published in The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction in April 1966 and adapted to cinema in 1990 as "Total Recall" Is the story of a simple and ordinary man whose greatest desire is to visit Mars. Unable to afford it he visits a company which offers implanted memories.

Youtubers as experts Experts who share their knowledge in very specific themes: fashion, party, food, sports... Almost a real time documentary.

Apps: About subjetivities Technology changed the way to urdestand tourism. Like a local, Instagram or Tripadvisor are just some of the examples of existing apps who are used as trivel guides. Main difference with a simple City Guide its a real time feedback generated by the users with their evaluations and comments

Expectations

ne hand we have the expectations with which one faces a trip, and that are linked to our personal history.On the ry about a place we've never visited, the desire to visit this place, is built on shared resources, and thus, somewhat he wish of certain agents to a particular place. Expectations are the result of the interpretation of this knowledge, rted by what we have called 'expert subjectivities': opinions on specific topics at all possible formats on the internet

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Space/Time

The constructi of the idea of space with the passage of tim

Odor & home memories Fresh tea, roasted chicken, cloying air freshener, his cologne, smelly feet, the heat of the stove...

Permanence Used bath products used, dirt in the sink, disorder...

Accords Agreements generated by daily contact with neighbors. Bikes do not get to the site, no noise later than two o'clock ...

Fresh Products

Expiration and timing with objects

Memories

The sense of belonging and its relationship with objects, places and people. Construction of the link space/time through framed photographs, pictures, drawings hanging on the fridge, presents, family portraits, souvenirs, books, cds memories.

Domestic i

“A house is not a home” . Airbnb success lies in the marketing experience of domesticity idea of home as a set of tangibles and intangibles aspects. Our link with objects and s house is a junction of… [dreams, illusio


Language

A place to find you An Address, a number, a phisical place to find you

My language is my homeland. Belonging trough media.

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Technology Techonology as a way to be linked with the world. My house is where I have Internet.

intangibles

y at a relatively reasonable price, but what really builds the imaginary of domesticity? The space but also with memories, sounds, smells ... As the poem of Raimund Abraham “The ons, death, birth, mutations, (…) infinity]”

Landscape Sound Ambience

My house my rules The house turned into the haven of privacy and disconnection, but also the political place that generated agreements and rules of coexistence. At home do not smoke, television is not seen at meals...

Arriving home

The set of protocols with back home. Your dog barking and scratching at the door. A hug and a kiss. Wipe your feet on the welcome doormat. Put on slippers at home door. Coats hanging on the rack. leave the keys in the ashtray hall...


VODAFONE PLAY! restricted competition for Capitol Building There are two main elements: on the one hand this untouchability of the building and we have decided to take to the extreme. On the other hand, the context in which the project is implemented. The Gran Vía as an artery of the show, which in recent years has seen its inhabitants were making up and sophisticated in a bid to make it the Avenida live entertainment and celebrities. This has led to the proliferation of multimedia screens that energize and liquefy the public space; Callao screens and 40 theaters or coffee is only the beginning of a modernization of the medium that forces definitely adapt to changing times if you want to compete. Understand the decision logic is replacing posters for three LED screens high resolution that would become the largest of the Gran Vía. Intuition that this technology is able to build the atmosphere of which we speak is displayed. So we have on one hand the existing layer, the desire to nurture and rejuvenate the Capitol as it was; on the other layer of the future, this first overlaps almost touch and transforms updating. The project is the result of the overlap of the two layers without touching are able to coexist in a kind of frozen magic: achieved, variable, changing atmosphere, such as Gran Vía own.


Ceiling

Analysis

Rivalry

Uniqueness Hall - Ground Floor

Link with Gran Via

Roof and elevator Two possible configurations


THINK-SPACE

URBANBORDERS

Tiri mo tumoreba yama to naru

RUBBLE TOPOGRAPHIES *OR MOUNT FUJI 2.0

def. Rubble is broken stone, of irregular size, shape and texture. This word is closely connected in derivation with “rubbish”, which was formerly also applied to what we now call “rubble”. Rubble naturally found in the soil is known also as ‘brash’ (compare cornbrash). Where present, it becomes more noticeable when the land is ploughed. def. Landscape comprises the visible features of an area of land, including the physical elements of landforms, water bodies such as rivers, lakes and the sea, living elements of land cover including indigenous vegetation, human elements including land uses, buildings and structures, and transitory elements such as lighting and weather conditions.

Mountain in Sapporo park (Isamu Noguchi)

‘Dream Mountains’ (Chiho Aoshima)

Yao Lu Nun

Chocolate Hills of Bohol

PrimeRose Hill in London (Henry VIII)

‘Close Encounters O (Steven Spielberg)

“I have been three years without watching Tokyo Bay from a boat (…) from here you can see the terrible aspect of this metropolis, which cannot be done when you are inside it: immeasurable number of containers that circulate automatically on conveyor belts, mountains of garbage that accumulate excessively, dirty sea and several merchant ships that sail through it. This makes you think rather in the backyard of a huge city than in the part of the city that looks at the sea.” ‘Escritos’ Toyo Ito

* small size magic mountain * forming magic mountain

The significant increase in environmental awareness that man has acquired in recent years has changed the way we understand the relationship between subject and biotope. However, political processes and catalysts for clean development remain invisible; we can only understand its sustainable condition through certificates and labels applied to these objects.

RubbleScape aims to be an agitator of this controversy: the mountain becomes a snitch, an educational architecture that with its own construction, explains the ecological process that grows and becomes a new public space in the city. On one hand, Asian cities have become machines which collapse and rebuild themselves continuosly. In two years a district is able to completely renewed, erasing the past. There is no history. The uncommon construction capacity generates huge amounts of rubble and waste. Its management exceeds administration and it’s deposited in surrownding rural towns in an improvise way. Then, the degradation process of the rural environment is the only historic pattern concerning on new Asian city.

date ///////////////// 2024 march height ////////////// 0 m volume (m3) ////// rubbish // 0 rubble /// 0 sand ///// 0

date ///////////////// 2024 june height ////////////// 50 m volume (m3) ////// rubbish // 2397126 rubble /// 548795 sand ///// 126453

On the other hand, the complete lack of architecture on infrastructure buildings such as those dedicated to areas of recycling, water treatment, energy plants ... And here it appears our mountains, wich completely changes the ground plane. It is a grat infraestructurue itself, with its origin on the rubble material of demolished architecture: mountains that feed on rubble and make new public arenas, a new urban landscape with the ability to educate the citizens on waste proccesses and on environmental success.

1 START THE MOUNTAIN

Recently demolished building waste are moved to new area.

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‘The mountain in the Sky’ (Ayao Miyazaki)

City has converted into a total recycling machine. New hybrids mountains are growing over the past of the years becoming architectures able to show the consuption in the cities on the suburban space. Also creates a green space in high presentative for the city.

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area of public parks per capita: 4,01m2 [Statistical Year Book of Tokio]

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Volume in m3 produced each year: rubble and sand: 1.337.729 rubbish: 4.734.892

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Measures the accesibility of city green space, showing areas wich are below the average level of the indicator (area of green space per inhabit) and wich will be the main action points. Establish a range of green spaces for more than 10 acres 4 miles tracing its influence through a network of Voronoi.

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date ///////////////// 2024 september height ////////////// 105 m volume (m3) ////// rubbish // 4734892 rubble /// 1083384 sand ///// 254345

date ///////////////// 2030 august height ////////////// 105 m (frame) volume (m3) ////// rubbish // 9702 rubble /// 654 sand ///// 0

Recycled rubble Plant substrate Wild vegetation


Instituto Cervantes Headquarters in Brussels, Belgium

1st Prize - Public Competition June 2016 Built Architect: Carlos Arroyo Team: David JimĂŠnez, Vanessa Cerezo, Alexander Krol


&RPSDFWR\Ă H[LEOH Uno de los mayores retos del proyecto es FRPELQDUHQODSODQWDEDMDODĂ H[LELOLGDG necesaria de un espacio pĂşblico y multifuncional, con la compacidad imprescindible para conseguir colocarlos 30.000 volĂşmenes de la biblioteca. El sistema propuesto es una versiĂłn tridimensional del logotipo del Instituto Cervantes. GeometrĂ­as ortogonales de gruesas lĂ­neas rojas que delimitan espacios LQGHĂ€QLGRV3RGHPRVPRYHUQRVHQWUH esas lĂ­neas, llenas de libros, buscando; y salir a espacios mĂĄs amplios, sentarnos cĂłmodamente a leer el libro encontrado mientras tomamos un cafĂŠ. Los libros son tambiĂŠn el trasfondo de un escaparate; Las actividades son directamente visibles desde la calle, desde esa sala de lectura a modo de biblioteca domĂŠstica, las misas del cafĂŠ, el espacio multifuncional con las pequeĂąas gradas TXHORVLJQLĂ€FDQRODLQIRUPDFLyQYLVLEOHHQ todas las pantallas encastradas.


CO Exhibition. International Colectives Madrid, Spain

Public Comission May 2017 Architect: David JimĂŠnez Iniesta Collaborators: CoCA Team


AY86 Apartments Madrid, Spain Private Investor January 2017 Built Architect: Carlos Arroyo Team: David JimĂŠnez, Vanessa Cerezo


ERRETRES Headquarters Madrid, Spain Private Investor December 2016 Architect: Carlos Arroyo Team: David JimĂŠnez,


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