Portfolio Diego MuĂąoz Vallejo D e c e mbe r 2 0 18
rchitect and BIM Manager. AlA ways seeking to improve the design, understanding the project as a living thing that always can grow and evolve.
s an Architect specialized on A architectural heritage IÂ´m interested on increase the lifetime of the
building thanks to new and innovative uses, always preserving the Â¨soulÂ¨ of the buildings, their history and story. As a designer I take in account the environment, functionality and inner comfort of the buildings, based on a strong concept, to develop the best solution for each project.
n architect must be always learning, always improving. Keep up to date with regulations, technology and trends is a key point for an architect to understand the needs of his time. Design based on those needs and take that reality into the future as a witness of its time.
house is one floor, one roof and a view of the sky. Sometimes the absence of the neighbor
uildings are built during the Concept Design Phase. Everything else is just the steps to bring them to life.
rchitecture is imagination, a mental process that allow us to imagine something that does not exist. Drawing, Language and Mathmatics are the tools to explain. BIM takes those tools to the next step, allowing us to give all the information needed.
The abstraction process of designing cannot be completed without the materialization of the concept
Physical model for the conceptual project: The Rift, Church in Camino the Santiago
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Inclusive Primary School
Food Industry Park
Retail Mixed Use Tower
Panda Museum Tourism
Public Square Regeneration
Internet town Schematic DesignCo
irculation as the generator of the project, the C continuous flow of people, the inter personal relations and the information flow of those rela-
tions. The ribbon that connects all the functions in a continuous element flowing through the building.
radition is brought to the project as a requireT ment. Materials, patterns and the composition of the spaces following the compositive theory of Chinese traditional gardens.
Architect: Diego MuĂąoz Wuzhen Internet Town Wuzhen, China
Inclusive Primary School Construction Documents
n relation with an existing siding that is used as part of the intervention, becoming an adapted linear park that cross the city and links existing cycling paths, reinforcing the movility aspect of the project.
he school is designed matching all special T regulations for adaptability, flying over the linear park and creating a not existing connection.
ovility, Interconnection, Adaptability are concepts that can be read along the whole project.
Architect: Diego MuĂąoz Adapted School for Children with physical disabilities LeganĂŠs, Madrid
Haikan Labs, Lin’an
Huang Fan, Diego Muñoz
Semi-Arch Lin’an, China
lean and rational intervention based on functionality. The volumes broke themselves connecting with others generating green rooftops and connecting both halfs of the site solving the problem of the height difference.
he building creates a green rooftop for the city that brings the activity from ground to T the sky. The project was awarded with the ¨Best Project 2017¨by the American institute of Architects (AIA) Shanghai.
Architects: Todd E. Pillgreen, Bing Yang, Senem Chenetoglou, Diego Muñoz RDC111 Hangzhou, China
Hangzhou Binjiang Rooftop Garden BuiltCo
Haimen Sports Center Concept
Architects: Fan Huang Diego MuĂąoz Morris UK Haimen, China
he project tries to understand the site and be in relation with it, like a drop of water to the lake and then to Yangse River but also letting the river go into the project. new facility for a new urA ban area with the objective of bringing activity to the city as a
sports Icon for the whole province.
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Hamman Tourism Resort
Jiale Surf Resort
Yibin Business Hotel
Changzhou Jia Ze Town
Cixi Yatch Club
Exterior Hotel Teahouse
Hamman Tourism Resort Concept
Architect: Diego MuĂąoz Finalist project IV Concurso Catedra Hispalyt Competition Luxor, Egipt
erging with Hassan FatyÂ´s M work the project brings new functions at the same time that shows respect for the site and the entourage.
sing traditional materials U and constructive techniques the project creates spaces that understand the tradition with a contemporary look.
Jiale Surf resort
Architects: Tood E. Pillgreen, Bing Yang, Diego MuĂąoz
RDC 111 Haikou, Hainan
intervention located in the beach world rated 13th by surf associations. The New project proposes a resort including hotel, surf facilities and residential.
he design trys to apply the principles of a Chinese traditional garden mixing them with T the materiality of Architecture. The points of view, the circulations, the relation with water and reflections.
Architects: Fan Huang, Diego MuĂąoz NUAUD (Semi-Arch) Changzhou
Changzhou Jia Ze Town BuiltCo
Tianmashan, Bazhong Hotel Under Construction
to topography and Adapting taking it as a shape generator. he project takes a step into the T nature trying to mix with it in an intervention that propose small
hotel units along the site following an organic path from the main building.
Architects: Fan Huang Diego MuĂąoz Guang Yang Semi-Arch Bazhong, Chengdu
Residential Interior Design
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Yuhuan Pension Plan
Tanger Residential Plan
Madrid Square Housing
Caelis Art Gallery
Commercial Flight HQ
Path of Diversity
Q House, Fengxiang BuiltCo
laying with the volumes, creating half floors and P different heights making the space gain dynamism. Existing regulations took a main role during
design phase. Playing with the limits of those regulations help the design to evolve.
he technical dificulties provoqued by the site T ground material were solved becoming an important element of the design. Take these conditioning elements as design generators.
Architects: Guang Yang Fan Huang Diego MuĂąoz Semi-Arch Fengxiang, Shanghai
Tanger New Residential Area Concept
he project tries to genT erate a new urban area around the new Tanger
port. The topography and orientation play a main role on the design. s a Residential but also A Urban intervention, the project studies the needs
for facilities and the position of them, creating ¨facility rows¨that cross the ¨residential columns¨.
he fast growing rithym T requires prefabricated functional components that
allow quick design and construction for the residential units.
Architects: Diego Muñoz Port Residential and Urban Facilities Tanger
UpShip Airbnb House Built
Architects: Guang Yang Fan Huang Diego MuĂąoz Semi-Arch Shanghai
he renovation folT lows the principle of simplicity. erraceÂ´s furniture T were also design for this project in particular.
Cultura Barbershop Built
arbershop B following a 60´s American style, as
client´s requirement. The result is a mix of styles with two differnt parts that merge together in harmony. Architect: Diego Muñoz Putuo District Shanghai
Path of Diversity
xhibition framed into the project ¨Feel it-Feel E the Difference¨by Organización de Estados Iberoamericanos (OEI). Held simultaneously in six
European Countries and exhibited in Cultural Sites as ¨La Casa Encendida, Madrid¨.
Architects: Javier Morales Diego Muñoz Alvaro Granero Luchena Arquitectura Madrid Alcalá de Henares Getafe San Sebastián de los Reyes Huelva
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Jiangling Sports Center
Graphical Arts School
Tiantong Cultural Village
Xikou Cultural Village
Baoshan Street Renovation
Jiangling Sports Center he old electrical components factory becomes T the entrance for the new urban renovation intervention. Bringing facilities to help with the develop-
ment and life quality of this rural area.
he building itself provides the perfect conditions T of space for the development of sport activities. The structural elements, the cranes, all is preserved and given a new function.
Architect: Diego MuĂąoz Morris UK Jiangling, Hubei
Graphical Arts School Concept
he intervention proposes T a floor that gains volume configuring furniture and interior space. Almost like nature going inside a ruined building and spreading along it. he original structure is T preserved keeping the history and story of the
building, telling us what it was and what will be. Another preserved element is the goods railway that becomes the main circulation inside the building. This kind of intervention allow us to play with the facade creating new sources of natural light.
Architect: Diego MuĂąoz Ancient fruit market Madrid
Tiantong Cultural Village Built
reservation is key in this intervention. The project is located in a real traditional site. The tipical wall its buildings show has been exported to the whole province. project based on local people needs, a renovaA tion that must take in account the improvement of the living conditions.
Architects: Diego MuĂąoz Guang Yang
einterpretating the tradition to create interiors that reflects the culture of the site, but also brings a look of contemporarity.
Semi-Arch Tiantong Cun, Ningbo
Xikou Cultural Village To be builtCo
in the deIThentervention pressed area of Xikou. project required a
change of functions and an improvement of life quality for locals.
he concept mix tradition T and contemporary design. s an element to ¨bring A life back¨to Xikou, a graffiti competition hold in
Xikou was proposed. Some of the walls that were impossible (due to the budget) to intervene on were proposed as the canvas for the competition.
Architects: Guang Yang Diego Muñoz Semi-Arch Xikou
Urban planning Infrastructure
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Castellana Urban Garden
TajuĂąa Cultural Landscape
Shenzhen Footpath Bridge
Qianfeng Urban Planning
Tajuña Cultural Landscape Concept
evelopment of a rural area creating landscape D Icons that organize the circulation between the cities based on the previous analysis of the existing facilities and needs.
of an Urban Planning on each one Iter.mplementation of the cities making them work as a facilities clus-
Architect: Diego Muñoz Carabaña, Orusco, Tielmes, Madrid
Nanchong Shunqing Riverside To be built
enerate a series of platforms that save the G height difference while giving dinamism to the site. Street furniture integrates with the architecture elements creating a continous flowing spaces following the water stream.
he project projects itself to the river avoiding visual and acoustic contact with the nearby highway.
Architect: Diego MuĂąoz Freelancer for SMEDI Nanchong, Sichuan
Shenzhen Footpath Bridge Under ConstructionCo A
s part of the Shenzhen new area development, the bridge takes the role of pedestrian circulation. Linking buildings and green areas avoiding the noise of the wide crowded roads.
he bridge is understood as a second level for the T ground floor. Because of that accesibility takes a main role on the design.
Architects: Fan Huang Diego MuĂąoz NUAUD (Semi-Arch) Shenzhen
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