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4.1

Permanent Residencial Homeless Project Construction Documents

Prof, Andrea Bauza, Omayra Rivera & Yazmin Crespo

Client: Proyecto Estancia Corazon Director: DoRis Qui単ones Work Team: Eydira Jimenez, LoRna Mulero Colaboration with Engineers Students of PolyTechnic UniversiTy PR


Existing and demoli


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Existing and demoli

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Existing and demoli


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Proposal

Floor Levels


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Typical Rooms Floor Second Level Fourth Level Fifth Level


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rch u h C s ’ a Mary l P.RF. uster l , e o t d S a Cond rof. Nathaniel

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After a study of the architect Peter Zumthor's techniques, we developed a design from a Catholic parish using design strategies of this architect. This project brings together a harmonious sequence of spaces, lighting and natural ventilation, as well as the service of a community center. All this leads to a goal of having a excellent sensory experience as you travel through the spaces.


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Transversal Section b-B

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Cristal opaco Grosor 1/4”

Traga luz 4ʼancho x 5ʼalto

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Can strip Impermeabilizador de techo

Wall Section

Roof Level 90ʼ- 0”

Cristales translucidos Dimensiones 1ʼx 5ʼ Grosor 1/2”

Ventanal con marco de acero laminado en caliente y garvanizado Contiene cristales translucidos u opacos Grosor 1/2”

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Third Level 60ʼ- 0”

Second Level 42ʼ- 0”

Viga de hormigon fundido Dimension 1ʼx 2ʼ-2” 4

Barranda Cristal opaco Grosor 1/2”

First Level 24ʼ- 0”

Columna de hormigon Dimension 2ʼx 8” 3 Losa de hormigon fundida 10” Plastico antihumedad Grava fina 2” de arena Grava gruesa Tierra compactada

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Ground Level

Asfalto Grava fina Arena Grava Gruesa

Tubo de deshague Acero inoxidable 4” Diametro interior 6” Diametro exterior


lica b u p e R zil 3.1 SESC o Paulo, Bra S達

iguez o rodr rnest e . IT A e nd z reira & la Mele ntiago gabri e rta mo ritza Sa erced, M Ya r & a m Arq. Ma with O Group


Site

The SESC are multiple projects with social, educational, recreational, medical and artistic services. This project seeks to break the urban wall by extending the plaza to elaborate make one where you develop these multiple activities, not only within the project but also throughout it's surroundings to attend all the public.

Leyend Site Green areas Exits of the subway Subway Principal Pedestrian Circulation Secundary Pedestrian Circulation SecundarPLaza Walkway

Estructural System

Estructural Walls

Beams

Tensioners


Ground Level

3rd Level

30’

Longitudinal Section

60’

90’

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4th Level

5th Level

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Transversal Section

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Heaven ShadoW Pavilio

Prof. Adriana Bu lTRon & Anixa GoNzAlEz

GROUP with Alexandra Lleg us & ElizabEth Gonzalez


Elevations

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Entrance Multipurpose Area Main Circulation Secondary Circulation

Floor Level & Circulation


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stel o H h t .1 You auza drea b and An o rres t o ie T N erardo Victor Prof. with G Group

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Site mcleary street

Loiza street

The project to develop a hostel in the area of Santurce, was developed throughsite studies. We created perpendicular lines with respect to the possible different views, to achieve the same is we developed a squematic concept, producing the final shape of the project.

View Analysis Ground level

1st level

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Retail Space #1 Reatail Space#2 Reception Electric room Storage Travel Agency Administration Pool Area

Leyend: 1 Bar/Lounge 2 Cafeteria/Dinning room 3 Kitchen 4 Storage 5 Mecanc room 6 Multi-purpose Area #1 7 Multi-puporse Area #2

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Leyend: 1 Single Bedrooms 2 Double Bedrooms 3 Cleaning room 4 Laundry 5 Residence

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Leyend: 1 Single Bedrooms 2 Double Bedrooms 3 Cleaning room 4 Comunal Kitchen 5 Residence

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The project was not only designed to to have views outward, but also towards it's interior. It's for this reason, that there has been created an inner courtyard with its recreational area which also promotes safety at the first level of the project.

Transversal Section b - b

longitudinal Section D - D


PARK[ING] DAY 2011 Prof, Andrea Bauza & VicToR NieTo Parking day is an international day to appropriate spaces usually reserved for the use of cars and recreate the space with a new concept in

which over 180 cities and 30 countries participate around the world. This is a way to raise awareness of the spaces occupied by the car which could well be open spaces in the urban context for recreation and social enjoyment.

The pavilion consists of two parts the first in an "L" shape that allow rest, interaction, and fluid circulation through it. Both pieces allow the piece to be adaptable to different sizes, in this case a parking lot.

Group with Eydira Jimenez, Maria de Fatima Sarah Roman, Efrain Sanchez & Alexis


The pieces were built on three different modules which are then joined to create the pieces in an "L" shape. This allows for easy transport of the ephemeral pavilion to it's intended destination. The materials used were recycled cardboard tubes collected from printing presses of Puerto Rico. Las 2 piezas del pabell贸n efimero permiten adaptarlo a diferentes medidas, to no the solo de los estacionamientos. The structure works, in addition sino, high strength of the cylindrical tubes, across the rows of cardboard tubes placed in an "x" form creating a three-dimensional grid. This pavilion can also serve as a

playground for children.


Photo by: es.paperblog.com


Urban Research

Commercial centipedes Prof, Jorge Lizardi

This research seeks to understand why are distributed almost all shopping centers of the city of Bayam贸n along over the road 167. It delves into the Bayamon history analyzing all the development from its founding to the present day. Finally, a cartography is generated with a different conception from the geographic maps for visualize the shopping centers, their distribution and their effects over the 167 road.

To view the complete research go to Giosaezdesign.wordpress.com [Research Section]


The shopping centers footprints

The shopping centers frequency


Application development for nutrition

Prof, Adriana Bultron

This is an example of the development of an application for nutrition that visually representing the negative or positive relationship of some foods with certain diseases. Foods are ranked by their respective families, represented by colors and iconography in the color bar . Below this, there is a line graph that represent the level of cholesterol, calories, fat and protein for each food in the diagram. At the start of this lines, where the legend is , it also positions a bar chart of world consumption of these four categories .


Once inside of the circle graph is composed of small circles. Blacks represent diseases and colors represents the foods aligned with the iconography and classified by their family. The size of the circles corresponds to the global amount of consumption of the food and in the case of disease correspond to the frequency. These will begin to relate by green, red and black arc. The greens are beneficial relations, the reds are not beneficial relations and blacks are the relationships between diseases. The general idea is to develop an app where you can choose one of the inner circles and see their positive and negative relationships. Obviously, the possibilities of expanding the list of foods and disease are many so for this exercise we limited to a few.


Re-design Re-design Cover Cover CD CD Prof. Robin Planas

The project consists in redesigning a existing outdated CD cover, with the objective of making it a better promotional tool.


Before

Front View

Back View


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BF| [blue]Ful Place: brasilia Cathedral| Brasilia, Brazil Architect: Oscar Niemeyer


CA| Central Axis Place: Radio Tower View| Brasilia, Brazil Planner: Lucio Costa


Models: Ambar J. & Juana Place: Manati, Puerto Rico

GL| Grandmother Love


L| Lights Place: Notre Dame| Paris, France


SL| Skeleton Leaves Place: Sesc Pompeia| S達o Paulo, Brazil Community: Craft Workshop


TW| THe Tropical Waves Place: La concha Hotel| San Juan, Puerto Rico Architect: Toro & Ferrer Remodeling by Jose Marchand


Place: Eiffel ToweR| Paris, France Architect & Engineer: Gustave Eiffel

Uh| Under HEr


BJM|

Between Jewish Memories Model: Stephanie Morales Alsina Place: Holocaust Memorial| Berlin, Germany Architect: Peter Eisenman


D | Density Place: S達o Paulo, Brazil


RR| Reflective Reflection Model: Jorge A. Gonzรกlez Place: MAC Niteroi| Rio do Janeiro, Brazil Architect: Oscar Niemeyer


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For more Photographs and others works go to

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