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DAVID JIMENEZ INIESTA architect

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david.jimenez.iniesta


DAVID JIMENEZ INIESTA Architect

Architectural Experience and Awards 2014 – IV ISARCH AWARDS Diploma project Kowloon Walled City: “A lobotomy’s tale” 2014 – Organizer of Musikfreunde Live! Music Festival in Albacete

Name: David Surname: Jiménez Iniesta david.jimenez.iniesta

Date and Place of birth: 27/07/1987 Albacete (Spain) Contact: 14 Octavio Cuartero Street 3ºD 02003 Albacete (Spain) Email: jimenez_iniesta@hotmail.com Telephone number: +34 610 283 342

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

Academic Studies

2012 – Vodafone Play restricted competition for Capitol building in Madrid with Javier Jiménez Iniesta + MªAngeles Peñalver

2005/2014 University of Alicante (UA) Graduate with High Honors in Architecture (Barch equivalent)

2012 – PLADUR competiton with MªAngeles Peñalver

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 (2013-2010) Photoshop (CS4-CS6) Premiere (CS6) Indesign (CS4) Microsoft Office (2010) Rhino 5.0+Vray Render ce3x (Energy Certificates European program) Models

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

Honors and recognitions 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

Project: A LOBOTOMY’S TALE. Research about Kowloon Walled City. Hong Kong. (10/10 DIPLOMA PROJECT WITH HIGH HONORS) (FINALIST in the International Competition IS ARCH 2014) Project: P.F.A.F.F. Landscape and urbanism project.

2013 – PFAFF Exhibition in Kaiserslautern Town Hall

(MENTION in the EUROPAN 12 Competition in Kaiserslautern 2013)

2013 – Exhibition “Lightness VI” of structures models in COAA (Alicante), COAMU (Murcia) and COAM (Madrid)

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.

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

Project: BUBBLEHEIM. itinerant museum.

2011 – Lecturer in LAUBA (Zagreb) UNCONFERENCE organized by DAZ and Thinkspace

(FINALIST of TRANSITARTE) (CHOOSEN PROJECT IN ARQUIA PRÓXIMA 2014)

2010 – EILC Grant in Lisbon. Portuguese Course in Universidade Autonoma de Lisboa

PUBLISHED IN: ** April 2014_ Afasia Blog. **May 2013_Edgar González. **May 2013_Online exposition Transiarte Competition.

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

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: 15 apartments on the Mediterranean coast (MENTION in Marjal Susteinable Housing 2010) Project: Botijo Nurbs PUBLISHED IN: Ascer Ceramic Catalogue 2010


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


VODAFONE PLAY!

Ceiling

Analysis

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.

Rivalry

Uniqueness Hall - Ground Floor

Link with Gran Via

Roof and elevator Two possible configurations


THINK-SPACE

URBANBORDERS

layer#4 A LANDSCAPE OF NEW MOUNTS FUJI

Yao Lu Nun

Chocolate Hills of Bohol

PrimeRose Hill in London (Henry VIII)

‘Close Encounters Of The Third Kind’ (Steven Spielberg)

Shangay 1990-2010

layer#3 A NEW GREEN DEAL

AN STRATEGIC DIAGRAM

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

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Production of solid waste produced in each district, seeking to establish an annual volume of waste in public spaces to generate the public space in height. Were Taken into account: the earthworks, the debris caused by the demolitions and non-recyclable solid waste

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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

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

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

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Density of population of each district of the city allowing a comparation with the production of waste and the presence of green areas.

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Recently demolished building waste are moved to new area.

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Excavators, scrapers and bulldozers piling and compacting rubble

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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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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.

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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.

‘Castle in Pirineos’ (Rene Magritte)

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“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.”

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.

‘The mountain in the Sky’ (Ayao Miyazaki)

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‘Dream Mountains’ (Chiho Aoshima)

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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)

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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.

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RUBBLE TOPOGRAPHIES

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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A TOPOGRAPHICAL MAP

Recycled rubble Plant substrate Wild vegetation


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