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DANIEL RODRIGUEZ ARCHITETTURA


About me It has been more than five years now since I started on this path, for me every step taken along these years has had an special meaning always helping rediscovering what I want with it, with the architecture. For me is a series of interconnected actions that give place to the realization of the art, that goes along with discipline, respect, hard work, team collaboration and honesty, qualities that I believe represent me, and that I firmly maintain throughout my work.

Daniel Rodriguez


Daniel Rodríguez Daniel Enrique Rodríguez Carvajal CARACAS, VENEZUELA.19/01/1994

Via degli Artisti, 12. C.A.P. 10124. Torino. +39 327 331 9975 dr.architettura@gmail.com

FORMATION & EDUCATION 2017

EXPERIENCE

Private stage

Restoration and renovation of houses. 2014 Ccs-Venezuela.

Stage in Turin

Geom. Pier AlejandroMassucco. 2017-2018 To-Italia.

TECHNICAL SKILLS Windows environment (mainly).

Architect. FAU (Facultad de Arquitectura y Urbanismo), UCV. Universidad Central de Venezuela. Caracas, Venezuela.

AutoCad 2D-3D 100%

Sketchup / Vray 100%

Rhinoceros 30%

Photoshop 80%

Illustrator 80%

Indesign 80%

Revit 50%

Microsoft Office 100%

2015 - 2017*

Dott. Magistrale in Architettura Costruzione Citta. Master of science-level in Architecture Construction City. Politecnico di Torino, Torino, Italia. * Student of the double degree exchange program, in Architecture.

2011 - 2015

Architecture. FAU (Facultad de Arquitectura y Urbanismo), UCV. Universidad Central de Venezuela. Caracas, Venezuela.

COURSES

AutoCad2013 2D.

Instituto ARTS (autodesk certificated), 40 hours duration.

AutoCad2014 3D. Instituto ARTS (autodesk certificated), 30 hours duration.

English Lengauge.

IELTS 6.0 TRF’S: 17IT004518RODD010A

Faculty of Humanities and Education, School of Modern Languages, UCV. 648 hours duration.

Italian Lengauge.

Faculty of Humanities and Education, School of Modern Languages, UCV. 162 hours duration.

LENGUAGE SPANISH

ENGLISH

ITALIAN

FRENCH

Native

B2

C1

A1

OTHER FORMATION

Workshop à Thiers & Clermont-Ferrand en France

2017 – Arch. Ph.D. Nicolas DETRY / Architecture, restauration et mise en valeur du patrimoine ou projeter l’existant

PERSONAL REFERENCES

Prof. Gustavo Ambrosini

Arch. PhD, active professor Polito. TORINO - ITALY Email: gustavo.ambrosini@polito.it

Prof. Pedro Franco.

Arch. MSc, active professor FAU / UCV. CARACAS - VENEZUELA. Email: pedrofranco13@gmail.com


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Casas Patio 2012

Auditorium 2012

Imprenta 2013

Spa 2014

Adaptability 2015

City Connector 2015

Co-housing 2016

Market square 2016


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Metro cable 2017

Models Hand work

Visualization Rendering


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Casas patio 2012 FAU/UCV, Caracas, Venezuela

Scoula CASAS PATIO Starting from the conception of a Casa Patio (courtyard house), the main idea of the project is based on the Patio itself were the connection of each space of the house responds to the fact of living the Patio. Therefore in this project are convinced three Casas Patio in the same plot -an hypothetical plot- which has two different level the houses share the same plot but not the Patio, each house has its own private patio, two on the entrance level of each house, the main idea of living the Patio then relates each space with it and maintain the privacy for each house, the atmosphere on each space is shared with the Patio serving its purpose.

The configuration of each house also fix with each other house having the same structural reason but accomplishing different space configuration on each house, the light as well plays an important role on the configuration of each Patio for every house, the light itself is the main factor that creates and give and special character to each space of the house, this elements was taken highly in consideration on the process of designing.


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Auditorium 2012 FAU/UCV, Caracas, Venezuela

Scoula AUDITORIUM Located on a popular area of Caracas, the Auditorium places on the community El Hatillo precisely on the entrance of the Barrio el Calvario, the main difficulty was to provide a public space for the Barrio that suit their necessities, as well as solving the high slope that start from the main road on which the project places. The idea emerge from giving the community a cultural space for developing their own cultural activities, an auditorium combined with a cover square that develops under the auditorium and another open-air auditorium that is configured by the steps that follow the main facade of the building. For the structural solution the use of bearing-walls made of concrete was used, and for the main structure of the auditorium itself was use combined steel profiles that are supported on the bearing walls. Consequently all this actions helps to conceive the idea of a cultural building for the community.


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Auditorium 2012 FAU/UCV, Caracas, Venezuela

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Imprenta 2013 FAU/UCV, Caracas, Venezuela

Scoula IMPRENTA The Imprenta, a printing press building is the idea of a project located on Caracas, an idea that came from analyzing the reference of the Pompidou Center, then adapting the concepts to the needs of the project; the main idea follows the concept of having a solid foundation volume at the base integrated by a second volume that places on top more lightly combining spatial with structural configuration. The configuration of the building takes in consideration a program of offices, warehouse, library and the printing press machinery area, developing in four levels two of then starting from the base like a big foundation on which the offices and warehouse develops followed by the library, then the remaining two levels are contain with in a virtual box made out of steel elements and covered by a skin made out of curtain wall and horizontal elements for sun protection. On the inside the space is very clear having double heights and a series of hanging bridges to connect the different platforms; a vertical circulation that connects each level through an elevator and a system of stairs complete the whole.


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Daniel Rodríguez

Prof. Eduardo Páez Pumar

Av. Rio de Janeiro/Urb. Caurimare

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Imprenta

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Spa 2014 FAU/UCV, Caracas, Venezuela

Scoula SPA “Perceptive spirit, spaces guided by the quality of the light and shadow, generated by the solid corps and the void through the layers of opacity transparency and translucency; the intensity of the architecture is regulated, what is seen and felt is regulated by the light itself”.

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Starting from this phrase made out after analyzing the work of Steve Hall of “Questions of Perception, Phenomenology of Architecture”, and the work of Peter Zumthor the “Therme Vals”; comes this idea of the concept Perceptive spirit, for the realization of this project that is a center of rehabilitation and strengthening of the good live, an spa. Here the space was consider as an experiential continuum (said by Steven Hall) were each space follows the other and every layer merge with each other having a continued experience of the space. The successions of the spaces on this project follows that logic, in the program there are a series of thermal waters pools, outdoor pools as well, hot and cold, showers, bathrooms of divers types, among other activities regarding a spa, all of these for accomplishing the experimentation of multiple sensations by the person who live the space at that moment, a path that s always guided by the light and sensations.

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Espiritu Perceptivo

Centro para la rehabilitaciĂłn y el fortalecimiento de la vida buena (SPA)

Daniel RodrĂ­guez Prof. Pedro Franco

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Spa

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Espiritu Perceptivo

Centro para la rehabilitaciĂłn y el fortalecimiento de la vida buena (SPA)

Daniel RodrĂ­guez Prof. Pedro Franco

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Adaptability 2015 FAU/UCV, Caracas, Venezuela

Scoula

Adaptability Following the concept of adaptability this work is based on the study of the form and the function with three steps the single module, the unifying system and the adaptable building, starting from the minimum unit, the single module - conceived as a meditation space - that can be reproduced and adapted to create a more complex system, therefore passing to the unifying system that works as a bigger unit, serving multiple purposes in this case a cover for a square, and finally the adaptation for a building in this case a community service building with multiple uses, such as class rooms, medical services, workshop rooms, and playground spaces. For the conception of this idea the studies on the structural system was one of the most relevant points taking in consideration, the unit works with a series of steel elements and tensile structure that allows to free the internal space, the steel elements are used for the columns and beams, while for the covers and the roof are used the tensile structures, there are also some tensile elements that hold crucial points on the structure giving the beams an extra support. Consequently these series of actions allows the internal scape to be free of structural elements, giving more room for the activities needed on the inside, also allowing to decrease the cost of possible construction having all the pieces standardized but used in the smartest way possible to accomplish an optimal architectural quality of the spaces created.


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Adaptability 2015 FAU/UCV, Caracas, Venezuela

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City Connector 2015 Polito, Turin, Italy

Scoula CITY CONNECTOR The site lor the design task was chosen among Torino’s most urgent and most generic areas, the housing district of Via Plava. “Beyond a certain scale, architecture acquires the properties of Bigness. “The best reason to broach Bigness is the one given by climbers of Mount Everest: “because it is there.” Bigness is ultimate architecture. Fuelled initially by the thoughtless energy of the purely quantitative, BIGNESS has been, for nearly a century, a condition almost without thinkers, a revolution without program. According to the concept of Bigness our idea is to create a single element, one strong landmark that can give a new meaning to the area. Actually in Mirafiori there are not recognizable elements, the residential blocks have all the same kind of spread architecture. Following the philosophy of Rem Koolhaas we would like to gather together all the new functions in a megablock. that it has to be the core of our masterplan, an eye-catching building, visible from every point of view.


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City Connector

2015 Polito, Turin, Italy

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City Connector 2015 Polito, Turin, Italy

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Co-housing 2016 Polito, Turin, Italy

Scoula CO-HOUSING The main idea fo the project is based on the concep of atmospheres connecting the experience of Co-housing as a way of living the space and its diferents levels of privacity, the idea of integration with the exterior space through the courtyard is allways present. The project is developed in China as a part of an urban planning regeneration to rescue an abandoned area which is Nanjing, located on a zone bounded with the city walls of the ancient sacred city. The challenge of working and designing on an Asian context were the conceptions of the spaces are totally different from the occidental ways, give the result of a delicate work between the public and the private.

MASTERPLAN NANJING urban spaces 1:750


an intermediate spaces expirience

氛围感知:体验中介空间

Master in Architecture Construction City Design Unit “Architecture and Urban Economics”


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Co-housing 2016 Polito, Turin, Italy

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Co-housing 2016 Polito, Turin, Italy

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Co-housing 2016 Polito, Turin, Italy

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Market square 2016 Polito, Turin, Italy

Scoula MARKET SQUARE The project in Piazza Barceliona starts with the analsis of the place, this means that it was important to see how people lived this piazza. It was discovered that most people didn’t stay and enjoyed the place; instead they crossed trom one corner to another, that’s from where we got the concept. One of the main problems to face was the existing difference on the street levels since it has a pronounced slope that rises more than four meters.

To take it as an advantage, it was divided the space in two big flat areas. This helped to divide the architectural program into the market and the recreational space/piazza. It was design a stair system that provides the access to the project from any place in the perimeter; each step matches the slope of the street. These stairs are also present inside the project so the user can access from one big area to the other.


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Market square 2016 Polito, Turin, Italy

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Market square 2016 Polito, Turin, Italy

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Market square 2016 Polito, Turin, Italy

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Metro Cable 2017 Polito, Turin, Italy FAU/UCV, Caracas, Venezuela

Scoula METRO CABLE Currently in Venezuelan territory are presented a series of determining conditions for the correct function and development of the country that leads to a serious deterioration in daily life that can be observed in different areas. A situation that will take time to return to normal and consequently it will be possible to satisfy the needs that the city requires. In addition to contributing with the general need to solve the big problem of mobility, the idea of the Metro Cable System El Hatillo & El Calvario brings with it the intentions of urban and physical reorganization of the Barrios taking into account the public space and social-cultural functions as a fundamental part in the reorganization of the informal city, thus allowing the development of informal areas as a mechanism of urban integration to the formal city. The improvement of the quality of life through the intervention in areas without services and infrastructures is the focal point to be developed in future urban interventions, the relations of the individual and his city, and of the city with the individual himself, must be clear and rich in their exchange and its comparison with the public and private space always bringing with them the social welfare for the inhabitants of the city.


OZDS (1982) OZDS (1982) PDUL (1993-1996)

OZSS (1983) OZSS (1983)


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Metro Cable 2017 Polito, Turin, Italy FAU/UCV, Caracas, Venezuela

Scoula Metro Cable Integrated with the Metro in Caracas, El Calvario cable car system is designed to provide much more than just a means of transport, conceived as a center of social services and cultural activities of the community. The capacity of the system will allow the mobility of more than 2800 families. Among its six stations, two directly connect the system with the main street and the Caracas metro as an intermodal station, four others are located throughout the barrio at key points to resolve connections, access points, pedestrian routes, with minimal impact on the ground and on the demolition of existing houses. All stations share a series of basic design elements (circulation, materials, fixtures, structural elements) that differ in each case to meet the needs of the community. The scheme of interconnected points intends to develop a conceptual axis with a minimum invasive action on the organic fabric of the neighborhood. As the funiculars themselves, the stations float above the ground, an almost perfect expression of an ideal intervention, which facilitates and connects without imposing, literally and figuratively emerging from the community itself.

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Location: Municipio El Hatillo, barrio El calvario del Hatillo.

Maximum design height: +166 m.a.s.l. starting from via el Progreso del hatillo.

Stations: 6 Path distance: 1372 m, 12 support columns along the path, 8 people for each funicular.

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Metro Cable 2017 Polito, Turin, Italy FAU/UCV, Caracas, Venezuela

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Station Colegio Maria May


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Metro Cable 2017 Polito, Turin, Italy FAU/UCV, Caracas, Venezuela

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Station Colegio Maria May


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Metro Cable 2017 Polito, Turin, Italy FAU/UCV, Caracas, Venezuela

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Station Cruz de Mayo


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Metro Cable 2017 Polito, Turin, Italy FAU/UCV, Caracas, Venezuela

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Models Hand work

Experiencing with materials

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Visualization Rendering Casa V / Estudio 6 Arquitectos Asia District, PerĂş Sketchup-Vray / Photoshop

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Visualization Rendering Casa V / Estudio 6 Arquitectos Asia District, PerĂş Sketchup-Vray / Photoshop

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Visualization Rendering House 6 / Marcio Kogan Sao Paulo, Brazil Sketchup-Vray / Photoshop

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Visualization Rendering House 6 / Marcio Kogan Sao Paulo, Brazil Sketchup-Vray / Photoshop

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Portfolio - Daniel Rodriguez  
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