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M.Elena Zamora Castej贸n /// Portfolio


Bio /// Curriculum Vitae


Maria Elena Zamora Castejon adress: 1, Bahamas Street, Parla, Madrid, Spain 28983 e-mail /phone number: zamora.castejon@gmail.com /(+34) 675194664 date of birth: 11th January 1987 /// Nacionality: spanish

Education (06/2013)

/// Colegio Oficial de Arquitectos de Castilla La-Mancha Training Course to produce Energy Performance Certificates for existing dwellings

(08/2009 - 05/2010) /// Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT),Chicago, IL 5th Year Architecture. Bachelor of Architecture (one year visiting student) First Semester: Dean’s List for excellent scholarly achievement College of Architecture. (09/2005 - 11/2012) /// Universidad Politecnica de Madrid (ETSAM), Madrid, Spain Master and Bachelor of Architecture, 6 year program. First ranked University in Spain for Architecture. (09/1999 - 06/2005) /// Colegio La Salle Griñon (high school), Madrid, Spain (06/2005 - 09/2005) /// Technological Pre - University studies

Academic projects

PREMIO EXTRAORDINARIO DE BACHILLERATO (Scholarship) EXCELLENT:Qualification 10/10. PAU pre - University exams: Qualification 9,3/10. BECA EXTRAORDINARIA DE LA COMUNIDAD DE MADIRD (Scholarship,Government of Madrid)

(01/2010 - 05/2010) /// Architecture/ Landscape studio with Carol Ross Barney Architects (IIT): Community Center at Bloomingdale trail, Chicago. (08/2009 - 12/2009) /// Experimental Studio with Susan Conger Austen (IIT): Charter School,Chicago. (01/2009 - 05/2009) /// Architecture/ Landscape Studio with Juan Navarro Baldeweg and Pau Soler (ETSAM): Redeveloping an abandoned industrial area, Puertollano, Spain. 02/2009 ‐ 05/ 2009 (09/2008 - 12/2008) /// Architecture Studio with Jose Ignacio Linazasoro (ETSAM): Housing and Church restoration in Baeza, Spain. (01/2008 - 05/2008) /// Experimental Architecture/ Landscape Studio with Jose Miguel Prada-Poole (ETSAM): Linear city and outdoor auditorium, Dubai. (09/2007 - 12/2007) /// Architecture/ Landscape Studio with Dario Gazapo and Pau Soler (ETSAM): Boat Club in Aranjuez, Spain. Exhibition Pavillions in Aranjuez, Spain. (01/2007 - 05/2007) /// Architecture/ Interior Design Studio with Luis Fernandez-Galiano (ETSAM): Dance school in Amsterdam. (09/2006 - 12/2006) /// Architecture Studio with Luis Fernandez-Galiano (ETSAM): Pedrestrian bridge on the Manzanares (01/2006 - 05/2006) /// Architecture/ Landscape Studio with Bernardo Inzenga (ETSAM): Temporary information Pavillion at Retiro Park in Madrid.

Work experience (05/2006 - 09/2006) /// Administration assistant: System Academy, Parla. (05/2006 - 08/2009) /// Maths, Physics, Chemistry, Technical Drawing, English and French teacher to pre - university students. (09/2005 - 05/2006) // Research activities with the Mathematics Department of the ETSAM. Professor: José Luis Pinilla, Head of Department of Mathematics.

Computer skills Technical and architectural drawing: Autocad. 3D Modelling and rendering: 3D Studio Max + VRay, Rhinoceros + VRay+ Maxwell Render, Revit, Sketchup,Grasshopper. Structural/Energy Analysis: CYPECAD, Ecotect, EQuest. 2D Graphic design: Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe InDesign. Video Editing software: Adobe Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro. Web Design: Dreamweaver CC.

Languages Spanish: Native speaker. English: CAE Certificate in Advanced English. TOEFL 99 (2009). C1 Official Laguage School. German: ZD: Zertifikat Deutsch. B1 Official Language School. French: Elementary. Chinese: Elementary.


Architecture Projects


Final Thesis Project Bank of Time/// Multi-change point Madrid/Spain

Academic Projects Perspectives Charter Academy /// Synergy Math & Science School 37th Street, Chicago, IL/USA Bloomingdale Trail /// Park and Community Center N.California Ave. Chicago, IL/USA Housing and Auditorium /// Benavides Chapel Ruins San Francisco Church. Baeza, Jaen/Spain Visitor Pavillion/// Huertas del Picotajo Aranjuez/Spain Housing and Cultural Center/// Former mining area Puertollano/Spain

Architectural Competitions DESPLEG-ARTE /// Trasformable pavillion Multiple spaces/Spain


Bank of Time/// Multi-change point Madrid. Spain Final Thesis Project

A Bank of Time has not yet an accurate definition. It is a new concept merged from the necessities of people to adapt the current social situation. We could consider that a Bank of Time is composed by all the people which have spare time available and an specific hability. Those people provide a service while they are able to benefit from the services provided by other Bank users. So we could talk about time like actual currency.

Author M.Elena Zamora Castejon

According to all the previously mentioned it is necessary to take into account that a Bank of Time is not a physicall place; it s more like a multi- change process. Not a physical space is needed for these processes take place. On the other hand several of the activities requested need specific spaces properly conditioned.

Professor Marcelo Ruiz Pardo Aula PFC M.J.Aranguren Construction professor Fernando Ingles

The setting of the building in the neighbourhood follows a series of defined rules that could be sumarized in: Encouraging conexion among green spaces and other facilities generating an axis between the two main points of affluence of users: Alonso MartĂ­nez y Tribunal. Filling the urban network promoting pedestrian traffic. Diagonal connection among the two main public transportation system is favoured by the acces plan configuration. The rotation of the proposed building generates a continuation of Alonso MartĂ­nez Boulevard. Moreover the acces plan opens towards the most enclosed urban network; the building adapts to the city deppending on the environment. It is when the city compresses the space physically and visually that it opens to pedestrians.

East Elevation


ProgramMe BoT

The building emerges from the necessity of space for all the interchanges to take place. These interchanges are processes which are governed by internal mechanical laws.The programme bases on the application of mechanical criteria grouping the activities in three groups. 1.Kinematics

2. Dynamics

3. Statics

Studies the MOTION of objects without reference to its causes.

Concerned with the study of forces and torques wich are the ORIGIN of motion.

Analizes the causes that lean to EQUILIBRIUM.

Spaces are articulated by the circulation systems generating a continuum of activities from the urban space on street level to the upper deck closing the cycle.

Each programme group is assigned 3 groups: A. Dicect multiple inter-change B. Single direct inter-change C. Services Pre-designed interchange spaces Semi-exterior spaces Services

South Elevation


Plan Level 0 + 0,0 m/ + 0,80m

Faรงade

The Faรงade consists of a double skin faรงade made of expanded galvanized steel mesh panels which filters the exterior and guarantees sun and wind protection. Some of these panels are folding panels so that they can let more sun and vision in the building if necessary. Boxes

The boxes are the enclosed and conditioned spaces, where permanent activities take place. Their size and location depends on the kind of activity, if it is a collective or an individual activity. They all organize and connect physically and visually around a central courtyard. Gym

The gimnasium is the biggest volume of the building, and it is designed to fit the most dynamic processes. Due to its size it could be a multi-use space for many activities, such as sports events, performances, teather events, dance rehearsals, among others. Secondaries

Section Y16

The secondary spaces ares those to house the most private change processes; as examples of these processes we can find personal care, personal advicing or particular classes. They all concentrate in the noth-west side of the building. Decks

The decks are conceived as an extension of the urban space but belonging to the building at the same time; the duality interior-exterior which takes place in the whole building continues in these open-air spaces, which could be used as an extending of the box spaces. Comunications

The communications are provided by two rings, one situated in the interior perimeter and the other in the exterior one. In the exterior we find a continous stairs which offers an architectural promenade of the whole space.In the interior, we find the two main vertical communication cores.


Plan level 1 + 6,8 m

Section X08


Plan level 2 + 11,80 m/ + 16,80m N4

Public Sp.

N3

Kinematics

N2

Dynamics

N1

Statics

The “box� spaces are those perfectly delimited and defined in their use.The enclosure provides them of an isolated atmosphere to concrete activities. There are two sub-groups: ones focused on collective actvities and others for direct changes.

N4

Public Sp.

N3

Kinematics

N2

Dynamics

N1

Statics

Main Elevation/ South The negative spaces are the ones merged by the substraction of the boxes to the whole volume. They create a system of conections between bos spaces and communication spaces; they are able to adapt to be transformed as the users prefer in any case.

N4

Public Sp.

N3

Kinematics

N2

Dynamics

N1

Statics

The connection systems are the spaces that join all the previous spaces in both directions. They are placed in the perimeters , one in the exterior perimeter and the other in the internal atrium.


Plan level 3 + 21,8 m

Section X16


Constructive Details

Constructive Section Y16

D1

D2

D3

D4

> INTERIOR FAÇADES F_SEMI-EXTERIOR FAÇADES

P_VERTICAL PARTITIONS

S_FLOORS

F01 Aluminum folding sheet flashing e= 4mm for water protection F02 Extruded Polythene closed cell insulation system e= 6cm F03 Galvanized steel U profile e 100 mm F04 Glass wool two-layer thick pad 6 cm F05 Polythene block 25 x 30 x 2000 F06 Thermal bridge breakage frames to place cellular polycarbonate panels F07 Steel corner-profile L 60/ 60/ 5 mm F08 Continuous neoprene strip F09 Vertical aluminum 100/ 100/ 7mm F10 Metal clip F11 Cellular polycarbonate panel e 60/500 mm U= 0,7 W/ m2.k F12 Hot-rolled Z profile

P01 Vertical aluminum tube mounting 100/ 100/ 7mm P02 Galvanized steel U 150 mm P03 Galvanized steel tube cross beam 60/ 60/ 4mm P04 Steel lacquered white mobale slats

S01 S02 S03 S04

F13 Thermal bridge breakage aluminum hidden frames F14 Climalit fire resistant safety glass u=1,1 W / m2.k 8+12+8

P05 Extruded aluminum profiles to fix the slats. P06 Metal clip P07 Cellular polycarbonate panel e 60/500 mm U= 0,7 W/ m2.k P08 U aluminum frame P09 Rail P10 Hanger P11 P12 P13 P14

Mobile Hanger Natural beech Wood panel Filter acoustic panel Galvanized steel U profile e 90 mm

S05 S06 S07 S08

Imbeded tubular fluorescent Castellated beam IPE h=50 cm Mixed reinforced concrete Euroflex R Polystyrene board y PST sheet PEX-A polyethylene tubes for water Anti-dampness barrier Juncker holding clip Natural beech parquet system

T_CEILINGS T01 Perimeter false ceiling closure T02 Aluminium linear air diffuser T03 Fluorescent luminaire Phillips over linear rail T04 Galvanized steel rail T05 Steel cable for ceiling suspension T06 False ceiling panel system T07 Water sprinklers T08 Rail Suspended luminaire


Constructive Details

Constructive section Y16

D1

D2

D3 > EXTERIOR FAÇADES C_ROOFS

H_HORIZONTAL PARTITIONS

C01 Aluminum folding sheet flashing e= 4mm for water protection C02 Waterproofing sheet ASFALDAN AL-80 with embossed aluminum C03 Extruded Polythene closed cell insulation system e= 6cm C04 Mixed reinforced concrete 15 cm decking slab + collaborating trapezoidal steel sheet 1.2 mm C05 Galvanized Steel gutter C06 Light-weighted concrete C07 Geo-textile protection sheet C08 Polythene vapour membrane C09 Glass wool two-layer thick pad 6 cm C10 Polythene vapour membrane C11 PVC adjustable plot C12 Water-resistant wooden battens C13 Stiffing wooden structure C14 Wind-proof tension cables.

H01 Aluminum folding sheet flashing e= 4mm for water protection H02 Waterproofing Polytene sheet e=4mm H03 Glass wool two-layer thick pad 6 cm

C15 Linear IPE parquet 3cm outdoor

H04 Aislater metal system for ceiling hanging H05 Galvanized steel rail H06 Linear IPE roofing system e 3cm with outdoor treatment H07 Castellated beam IPE h=50 cm

> STRUCTURE E_STRUCTURE E01 HEB 200 steel profile as truss web E02 Galvanized steel tube cross beam 60/ 60/ 4mm

E03 Vertical aluminutube100/100/ 7mm E04 Galvanized steel U frame150 mm E05 Galvanized steel folding sheet flashing e= 5mm E06 Galvanized steel folding sheet e= 5mm E07 Mixed reinforced concrete 15 cm decking slab + collaborating trapezoidal steel sheet 1.2 mm E08 IPE 70 steel profile as truss chord E09 Castellated beam IPE h=50 cm E10 Castellated beam IPE h=70 cm

V_MOBILE SINGLE-RAIL GIRDER V01 V02 V03 V04 V05 V06 V07 V08

Suspension system Galvanized steel profile Steel guide Electric mobile system Stopper Anchor of the extensible cable Crane girder Mobile hook


CONSTRUCTIVE PERSPECTIVE

>EXTERIOR FAÇADES

F_SEMI-EXTERIOR FAÇADES F01 Aluminum folding sheet flashing e= 4mm F02 Extruded Polythene closed cell insulation F03 Galvanized steel U100 F04 Glass wool two-layer thick pad 6 cm F05 Polythene block F06 Thermal bridge breakage frames F07 Steel corner-profile L F08 neoprene strip F09 Vertical aluminum 100 F10 Metal clip F11 Cellular polycarbonate panel e 60/500 mm U= 0,7 W/ m2.k F12 Hot-rolled Z profile F13 Thermal bridge breakage aluminum frames F14 Climalit fire resistant safety glass u=1,1 W / m2.k 8+12+8

P_VERTICAL PARTITIONS P01 Vertical aluminum tube mounting 100/ 100/ 7mm P02 Galvanized steel U 150 mm P03 Galvanized steel tube cross beam 60/ 60/ 4mm P04 Steel lacquered white mobale slats P05 aluminum profiles P06 Metal clip polycarbonate P07 Cellular panel e 60/500 mm U= 0,7 W/ m2.k P08 U aluminum frame P09 Rail P10 Hanger P11 Mobile Hanger P12 Natural beech panel P13 Filter acoustic panel P14 Galvanized steel U profile e 90 mm

S_FLOORS S01 Tubular fluorescent S02 Castellated beam IPE h=50 cm S03 Reinforced concrete S04 Euroflex R Polystyrene board y PST sheet S05 PEX-A polyethylene tubes for water S06 Anti-dampness barrier system S07 Juncker holding clip S08 Natural beech parquet

T_CEILINGS T01 False ceiling closure T02 Linear air diffuser T03 Fluorescent luminaire Phillips over linear rail T04 Galvanized steel rail T05 Steel cable for ceiling T06 suspension T07 False ceiling beech system panel T08 Water sprinklers fOLDING SEQUENCE

> EXTERIOR FAÇADES F_EXTERIOR FAÇADES X01 IPE 150 steel profile X02 Cool Lite Kn 155 glass X03 Steel folding sheet flashing for water protection X04 Metal profile 80/ 60/ 4 X05 T profile 70/ 70/ 8 X06 Neoprene block X07 Galvanized Steel gutter X08 Stainless steel clipping X09 L profile 70/ 70/ 8 X10 L galvanized steel profile L 50mm e= 6mm to make the panels frame X11 4-wheel runner X12 Iron upper rail guide X13 POMELA type hinge d=18mm e= 3mm X14 Metalic plate to fix mobile panels

X15 X16 X17 X18 X19

Structural tube 4 mm Tubular profile Expanded galvanized steel diamond mesh MAXI Imar Steel tube for hadrail d= 16 mm Tramex gateway e= 5mm, mesh every 5 cm

fAÇADE pATTERN

H_HORIZONTAL PARTITIONS H01 Aluminum folding sheet flashing e= 4mm for water protection H02 Waterproofing Polytene sheet e=4mm H03 Glass wool two-layer thick pad 6 cm H04 Aislater metal system for ceiling hanging H05 Galvanized steel rail H06 Linear IPE roofing system e 3cm with outdoor treatment H07 Castellated beam IPE h=50 cm

C_ROOFS C01 Aluminum folding sheet flashing e= 4mm for water protection C02 Waterproofing sheet ASFALDAN AL-80 with embossed aluminum C03 Extruded Polythene closed cell insulation system e= 6cm C04 Mixed reinforced concrete 15 cm decking slab + collaborating trapezoidal steel sheet 1.2 mm

C05 C06 C07 C08 C09 C10 C11 C12 C13 C14

Galvanized Steel gutter Light-weighted concrete Geo-textile protection sheet Polythene vapour membrane Glass wool two-layer thick pad 6 cm Polythene vapour membrane PVC adjustable plot Water-resistant wooden battens Stiffing wooden structure Wind-proof tension cables.


Structural plans

Section X11

P3 +16,80m

Case 1

Section Y05 Case 2

P2 +11,80m

Shear

Case 1

Case 2

Moments

Structural axis +1,80 axis x01/x05

P1 +6,80m

+6,80 axis y01/y05

+1,80 axis x11/x17

+6,80 axis y11/y17

+11,80 axis x01/x05

+16,80 axis y01/y05

+11,80 axis x11/x17

+16,80 axis y11/y17

EUROCOL 60 EUROPERFIL Depth: 59 mm Centre to centre distance: 205 mm Panel widthl: 820 mm Uper width: 84 mm Dow width: 58 mm Lateral pressing type: Upper Elastic limit: 326 MPa Profile: 1.20mm Surface weight: 0.12 kN/m2 Useful section: 13.45 cm2/m Moment of inertia: 74.56 cm4/m Resistant Module: 23.02 cm3/m Maximun distance between girders: 2.60 m

The structure over street level is fully a steel structure, and is composed by the following elements:

Charges over the building (based on cte)

A.Cross shaped columns composed by 2 HE-B varying their section from HE-360 B to HE-200 B B. Steel box structure leaning on the mentioned cross columns, composed by: -IPE - 700 -IPE - 700 beams as bottom chords of the truss -HE-B profiles as webs of the truss -HE-B profiles as vertical posts -Castellated beams IPE - 500 and IPE - 300 s355 (h=700mm) as primary beams between trusses, to let instalation go through. - Mixed reinforced concrete 15 cm decking slab + collaborating trapezoidal corrugated steel sheet 1.2 mm (see diagrams above) C. Double vertical structure based on steel tubes SHS 100 and 120 variated thicknes, in both exterior and interio perimeter. D. Trussed perimeter walkways based on steel tubes SHS 100. 8.0


Installation plan

Rainwater drainage

Passive cooling/heating Exterior façade is composed by a double polycarbonate skin; the exterior one is UVA protected. In between these two layers there is an adjustable louvers system. The users are able to choose the best orientation of the slats avoiding direct solar radiation in summer, while they can get natural indirect illumination. That improves heating gains in winter.

+21,8/+26,8 m

The air-conditioning and renewal is made by usind a double system consistent of Air Processing Units combined with a radiant floor, to improve the thermal performance of the building. The concept: a main conditioning system and a secondary support system in each deppending on the different seasons:

Cold water supply Hot water supply Main cold water pipe

HEATING

Main hot water pipe Cold water pipe

Radiant floor:

Hot water pipe

-Main heating system It provides low emision temperatures, loosing a 15% less energy and it generates low air movement due to convection. That is perfect to maintain a constant temperature specially in great height spaces.

Draining Siphon cans Waste water pipes Slopes Gutters

-Support cooling system Water flows at a temperature of 25ÂŞC , the cooling spend is low, it works well when maintaining the cool

Rainwater pipes Roof division Drain/sumo Solar collector

COOLING

Flow duct Return duct

Air Processing Unit:

Chiller

-Main cooling system. It sends air at the same temperature to every room. Temperature is controlled individually by a valve that sends cold water. So air is heated over the needed temperature.

Air Processing Units

Climate control / ventilation +6,8m Main flow duct Main return duct

-Support heating system It reacts quickly to a demand of heating.

Secondary flow duct Secondary return duct Flow Return Linera slats Extraction linear slats Flow coils Return coils

The installations of the pro ject are stored by the two main vertical communication cores. In the roof we can find the 4 Air Processing Units which are connected to the conditioned spaces an the chiller, as well as the solar panel system.

L/s

Washbasin Shower Toilet Sink Dishwasher

0,1 0,2 0,1 0,2 0,2

diameter 13/15 13/15 13/15 16/18 16/18

Technical rooms Garage floor houses the technical rooms, they are all completely accessible from the public space, there is no need to get into the building. There are two separate boiler rooms thet inlude the pressure groups and fire protection water deposits. There is an electric transformation center and the electricity meter room.

The rest of installations are located in the garage floor. The lighting system is based in a standardized and integrated in the structure system, consistent on fluorescent 80w luminaires, suspended of adjustable rails to easily adapt to the building necessities.

Electicity / lighting system +6,8m

Water supply

Ventilation in the garage is natural ventilation, using the Venturi effect: air flows into the building through slats in the retaining wall and gets out through the central coutyard because of the difference of air pressure

Evacuation route is marked by 35 w luminaires over the floor surface. Emergency lighting in the enclosed spaces are luminaires embedded in the floor.

Electrical box Pushbutton Toogle Switch Switch Socket Emergency luminaire Fluorescent suspended luminaire 1x80W Ceiling embedded luminaire 1x50W fluorescent floor embedded luminaire 1x28W Sprinkler Powder extinguisher 21A-113B Black steel pipe Dry column Fire alarm Thermal/optic detector Hose reels BIE d=25mm Alarm bell

1 2 3 4 5

Boiler Up ducts Fumes ducts Pipes to floors 1,2,3,4 Storage tanks 1000 L bombs

6 Water expansion vessel 7 Pressure group PCI 8 Water tank 3000 L FPS 9 Water tank 50 L FPS 10 Electric transformation cen-

ter, electricity meter, generator. 11 Maintenance room 12 Ventilation slats


Perspectives Charter Academy /// Synergy Math & Science School 37th st. Chicago, IL, USA. Synergy concept means literally “working together�. It refers to the process in which the influence or work of two or more agents acting together is better than the result of the parts acting separately. Applied to the educative process this concept refers to the improvement on the quality of the learning process when joining diferent subjects in place and time instead of splitting them.

Academic Project P8/Studio9

The aim of the design is to improve the potential of the synergy process by the creation of an open concept system that lets the knowledge flow. There are no classic classrooms, there are multi-functional spaces instead. They organize around different patios which create synergy conection between them and the outdoor spaces, and turn into meeting points to the students of all ages.

Professor Susan Conger Austen IIT University / Studio 9

Author M.Elena Zamora Castejon

The main objective is to connect architecture and landscape in all levels of design. This aim is achieved by the creation of interior courtyards and inside-outside spaces in the general volume of the building. A curtain wall, which geometry reflects the plan organization, provides the building the natural light necessary t improve the educative experience and enfasizes the open-space sensation.

Circulation organizes in two levels: a linear main path that spreads to the secondary patios. Synergy processes take around the mentioned patios. class is connected to one of in order that students can their knowledge with othe

place Each them share ones.


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Bloomingdale Trail /// Park and Community Center N.California Ave. Chicago, IL, USA. Academic Project P9/Studio10

The project is located by Humbold Park, a mainly residential neighbourhood where we can notice a clear demand on facilities related to leisure and open air activities. The abandonned trail, which currently splits the area in two unconnected areas, becomes the main central axis and starting point of the project.

Author M.Elena Zamora Castejon

Núcleo

Professor Carol Ross Barney IIT University / Studio10

Núcleo

Núcleo

Focusing on the neighbours necessities raises the idea of a community center which joins all the members of the community. The design is based on the creation of a series of connection three dimensional structures. Taking into account the scale and geometry of the area the creation of a single volume is avoided. The building is not thought to be a landmark, it is thought to be a joining element.

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Greenhouse///Gardens-water///Arts and crafts room///Technollogy room-lab///Resource-media lab-room///Library///Gim/cafeteria ///Reception /hall


The tota composition is the result of the growing of a series of spaces which drill the elevated trail in vertical and horizontal. These volumes grow and slide in different ways to create different rhythms which provide a single concept to the whole development. Elements like water, vegetation and light flow over and through those volumes to make them a single one. The trail is re-used as an elevated park. The building generates resting spaces which open to the main path, built to follow the rhythm of the former rails.

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The whle group of volumes has a glass and corten steel faรงade, two very different materials which complement one to another in their function. The first one, glass, connects visually the two levels, providing natural light to the spaces under the trail. The second one, corten steel, is placed in a series of panels perforated in different percentages which filter the light deppending on the use of the space. At the same time, as it is a rusty material, it melts perfectly with the former abandonned trail.


DESPLEG-ARTE /// Trasformable pavillion Multiple spaces. Spain. The principal aim of the project is to generate a mobile, changing, transformable space able to work well in different environments and locations, to develop sereral different activities.

Architecture Competition/// Transitarte-movilizarte 2013

Our designfocuses in defining a standard piece or structural module as a start point, and combining it with other two modules to generate the final shape. The piece is provided with a folding system which generate a sub-structure to mulpiply its volume three times. The three pieces aligned have exactly the meassure to be delivered by standard vehicles. Once in place, they combine as desired by the users: Aligned, triangled or L-shaped.

Author M.Elena Zamora Castejon Amaya Oses Zarate

Once they are placed in the final position they can be extended by the folding system, multiplying the possibilities deppending on the use of the space. Deppending on the necessities, the pavillion would be used for different activities: educative activities, workshops, galleries, and so on. And it would be perfectly adapted to both urban and rural spaces.

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BenavidesHousing and Auditorium /// Benavides Chapel Ruins San Francisco Church. Baeza, Jaen. Spain The aim of the project is the refurbishment of San Francisco Church in Baeza, a remarkable city known for its Architectural Heritage, and the reorganization of the surrounding area. When the groin vault collapsed, threre only remained the side wall and the lower chapels which supported the High Altar. The design defines a cubic brick skin which embraces the ruins and provides a roof solution to the chapel. It consists on a flat roof, as simple as possible to emphasize the importance of the masterpiece kept in the interior. The interior space is re- used as an auditorium.

Academic Project P6/ Author M.Elena Zamora Castejon Professor Jose Angel Vaquero Studio/// Jose Ignacio Linazasoro

To complete the urban space a new housing system is designed. The volume is based on the adiction of singe modules around patios which provide light and natural ventilation. This organization works well in Baeza where the climate is mainly hot and dry.

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Tipe 1 20-40m2 Tipe2

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Tipe 2 45-65m2 Tipe 3 85-95m2


Hall 1 Scene 2 Vertical core 3 Toilets 4 Storage 5 Back scene 6 Projection room 7

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Visitor Pavillion/// Huertas del Picotajo Aranjuez. España Academic Project P4/

The “huertas del picotajo” landscape, developed by Juan Bautista de Toledo and Juan de Herrera, consists in a territory organization based on geometry laws. There is a radiation of ways from different focus following the East- West orientation based on the hexagon geometry.

Author M.Elena Zamora Castejón

The territory is divided by radius each 30 degrees starting in different landmarks. These radius are actually paths flanked by trees. The spaces generated were crop areas known as tranzones.

Professor Pau Soler Studio/// Juan Navarro Baldeweg

///gallery ///shop

///cafeteria

///offices

///hall

///resting room

All those geometrical laws are taken into account when developing the pavillion desig. The geometry of the volume is based on the application of the 30 degrees divission and the natural growing laws. The is the reason why the pavillion resembles the surrounding landscape. The landscape is activated due to the use of materials as the aluminum or glass, which are not found in the surroundings and make the building a landmark easy when visitors arrive to the area.


The ain of the geometry is to create different hints by the use of visual filters. The location is chosen due to different reasons. One of then is that it offers different landscapes: the river, the trees, the dry crops or the irrigated lands. The conection river-pavillion is very important, as the river is the leitmotif of the whole landscape, and the pavillion is paced next to it to generate a possible conection to the city The the ing

pavillion frames landscape creatfocus points on it.


Housing and Cultural Center/// Former mining area Puertollano. Espa単a The area of Puertollano has been linked to mining exploitation during a long time in XX century. Nevertheless, by the end of the seventies this industry ceased so the exploitation and transportation areas remained abandonned since then till our days. To reactivate these areas that, despite of being abandonned are strikingly beautiful, a new urban depelopment is propossed. It would consist in a series of housing dwellings and cultural faccilities. Due to the project size a single dwelling and a cultural center is assigned to each student .

Academic Project P7/ Author M.Elena Zamora Castejon Professor Pau Soler Studio/// Juan Navarro Baldeweg

The housing is designed as a linear block where vertical communication cores are placed each two apartments.This way we ensure the cross ventilation and a better natural illumination. Every unit is provided with a terrace and a greenhouse facing noth which captures energy and generates a thermal cushion.

///served areas

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There are two housing types: the two bedroom type and the three bedroom one. Each unit is provided with a living-dining room, toilet, bathroom, kitchen as well as terrace and greenhouse. The geometry is based on creating a flat faรงade facing north with air cushions to increase the energy gains and a broken faรงade facing south that generates shadows and reduces the solar gains in summer. Every unit is double orientated so cross ventilation is possible. Facing west and east there are placed vertical and horizontal louvres to avoid solar radiation in summer days, as well as indirect light is possible.

///tipe 1: 3 bedrooms 85m2 ///tipe 2: 2 bedrooms 75m2

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