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FARID ELJURE ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO Projects 2010-2016


CURRICULUM VITAE Name and Surname Farid A. Hernandez Eljure

Date of Birth 27.06.1985

Citizenship Mexican

Languages

Spanish, English

Email

farideljure@gmail.com

Skills • • • •

Special interest in physical model making and prototyping through digital fabrication (laser cutting, CNC, 3d printing) Proficiency in al major 2d and 3d programs (Rhino, Grasshopper, 3ds Max, Autocad, Revit, etc.) Well versed in post-production of graphics and composing text (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign,Premiere, etc.) Passion for photography and composition.

Education • •

Master of Architecture in Technology- The University of Nottingham. Nottingham, United Kingdom Bachelor of Architecture- Instituto Tecnologico de Monterrey. Mexico, Mexico City

09. 2013- 10. 2014 08. 2004- 08. 2009

Work Experience Sordo Madaleno Arquitectos- Project Manager 01.2016- till now Architecture firm that specializes on wide range of projects and competitions – residential, offices, retail, mixed use, cultural, leisure and interior design. Getting involved in all design phases through digital and physical mediums and coordinating each project from its conception, construction and finalization. Projects developed-Residential BSF (shortlist finalist future projects category- WAF awards), Cheval Blanc Hotel design at Tulum, Mexico. Freelance Designer 12.2014- 12. 2015 Independent and partnered projects working directly with architects, interior designers and clients. Work included residential projects, residential interventions, pavilions proposals for multiple brands and one parametric installation for Nestle headquarters Mexico. Ten Arquitectos (Enrique Norten)-Intermediate architect 06.2011- 08.2013 Firm based in Mexico City and New York, which develops research projects, design, architecture and infrastructure, with many years of experience in cultural centers, hotels, museums, residential and urban developments, parks and public spaces. Worked on the design and construction supervision of the Amparo Museum intervention at Puebla, Mexico. Interior design development and consultants coordination for a private apartment at St Regis Complex in Mexico City. Freelance designer 08.2010- 06.2011 Independent design project for residence Xalpa 45, working directly with the client. Work included the design proposal for a private residence, coordinating the different consultants and supervising the construction company delivered the expected design and quality for the project. DMG Arquitectos- Junior Architect 01.2010- 08.2010 Working in a firm that specializes in construction drawings and project management, allowed me to have complete understanding of how projects progress past the design phase into the design development, and then onto construction drawings. Esquema Arquitectos- Junior Architect 06.2009- 12. 2009 Firm based in Mexico City, focused on residential design and interior design of offices. Working in this small firm allowed me to understand the multiple phases behind each project, such as design development, budget analysis, consultants coordination and construction supervision.

Awards Internal Competition Sordo Madaleno Arquitectos- HOTEL TULUM 1st Place- Design proposal for a beach hotel located at Tulum, México.

12.2016

Internal Competition Sordo Madaleno Arquitectos- JUN´ANALI NARADA RESORT 2nd Place- Design proposal for a big complex resort located in Moganshan, China.

09.2016

Benoy Architects Award- The University of Nottingham, United Kingdom. Prize of Excellence in drawing and presentation in architecture.

06.2014

Santander Award- The University of Nottingham, United Kingdom. High achiever award 1st semester development.

12.2013

I´m a City Changer Urban future Competition- Mexico City Honorable Mention- Urban Intervention

05.2012

Ideas Pre-para-torias- Instituto Tecnológico de Monterrey Distinction Project at Taller Vertical Workshop

08.2004

Extra Curricular Architecture Lecturer at Instituto Tecnologico de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey Advanced Technology in Architecture- Course focused on digital fabrication technologies and rapid prototyping

01.2015- till now


Four years ago, I moved to England with the goal of becoming a better architect, my passion towards digital fabrication and physical prototypes allowed me to study a Master of Architecture in Technology. I wanted to learn about the cultures and techniques used in architecture that differ from those of Mexico. Having the opportunity to travel around Europe, I approached each new city with open eyes, reading and searching for the quality and details that make each building or space unique. Throughout this portfolio (https://issuu.com/farideljure/docs/2017issuu-portfolio_farid_hdez), I was able to reflect my years of experience and growth not only as an architect but also as a University lecturer, encouraging new generations of young architects towards innovation. Living and working in Mexico, I consider myself to be a generalist, being involved in all architectural typologies and processes.Whether it is designing a small-scale project through sketching and model making, or working on many thousand-square meter building through the computer. However, after my master studies I became an Architectural Technologist, focusing on the development of innovative designs throughout the use of digital and physical interactions; creating new technologies that respond to the needs of each project. I am always seeking for innovation and creativity, not only in the way we design but also in the way we construct and materialize those designs. I also enjoy working in a team, bringing value to each situation and looking forward to continue learning from the teamwork in each challenge and project to come. I am highly motivated to live and work outside of Mexico, as I look forward to get involved in the approach, exploration and development of new architectural ideas. Another reason for this is that each country has its own rules and their own working methods. I find this very interesting, as I want to understand and experience about different cultures and the way they approach architecture.

Farid A. Hernรกndez Eljure M. Arch in Technology 2017


TABLE OF CONTENTS

COMPETITION HOTEL TULUM MOGANSHAN RESORT

Internal competition Sordo Madaleno Arquitectos Internal competition Sordo Madaleno Arquitectos

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE RESIDENTIAL BSF CHEVAL BLANC TULUM HOUSE 12 SAYAVEDRA AMPARO MUSEUM ST REGIS XALPA 45

Sordo Madaleno Arquitectos Sordo Madaleno Arquitectos Freelance Designer Freelance Designer TEN Arquitectos Enrique Norten TEN Arquitectos Enrique Norten Freelance Designer

RESEARCH PAPER SKIN DESIGN BY MAKING PIPES INSTALLATION SWARM INSTALLATION TORNO ART PIECE RECYCLE PAVILIONS

Nestle corporation Installation University Course -Advanced technology in architecture University Course -Advanced technology in architecture University Course -Advanced technology in architecture Museo del Barro Pavilions design based on recycled materials

ACADEMIC BENNERLEY VIADUCT UK PAVILION CURVED FOLDING SHELLS

Ilkeston train station proposal. UK pavilion proposal for Milan Expo 2015 Thesis project in curved folding shells


TULUM HOTEL

TULUM TEAM MEMBERS: PROJECT TYPE: LOCATION: AWARD : YEAR :

Farid Hdez, Adrian Aguilar, Francisco Barrera Internal Contest, Sordo Madaleno Architects Tulum, Quintana Ro, Mèxico 1st Place Hotel Proposal 2016


TULUM HOTEL

01 Villas Placement

03 Unification

02 Greenery

04 Cenote

Aided by mathematical proximity algorithms, each villa is arrenged in order to guaranteean optimal placement, taking in consideration factors such as sunlight , ventilation, circulation and ocean views.


Progressive form development

The premise was to create a sensorial journey throughout a logic connection between context and proposal.Shaping an exclusive experience ful of memories and emotions in every conrner of the hotel. For instance the box is a conventional rigid element, the aim was to create a coherent piece that blends with the master plan. Resulting in a progressive form for each habitable module that reacts acoording to wind currents creating an optimal flow across the master plan.


TULUM HOTEL


Temperature and Sunlight Cross ventilation with cool winds is achieved through the evaporation of the surrounding water in the cenote.


TULUM HOTEL

The proposal creates a unique concept and experience, bringing the existing surrounding Cenotes to the site. .


Constructive System

Physical model

Handcrafted natural fiber skin

Handcrafted palm skin

Wood structure

Floor Slabs and foundations

Self Supporting structure exploration through physcial 3d printed model.


MOGANSHAN TEAM MEMBERS: PROJECT TYPE: LOCATION: AWARD : YEAR :

Farid Hdez, Francisco Barrera Internal Contest, Sordo Madaleno Architects Moganshan, China 2nd Place Resort Proposal 2016


MOGANSHAN RESORT

The project is located in Moganshan natural park, which is only two hour drive from Shangh. The site has a beautiful lake, lush pine and bamboo forests and natural rock formations, which make Moganshan a unique place to forget about the city, creating a direct interaction between nature and its visitors. Inspired by the roots of the place, the projects pretends to create spaces that have a positive impact within the feelings and emotions of each user, reflecting tranquillity, harmony and enlightenment. After analyzing the notable feature of the courtyard houses that epitomize traditional Chinese architecture, in which the complex is fully enclosed by buildings and walls and usually the only opening to the outside is through the front gate. The concept was generated taking advantage of the natural materials as bamboo that is present in the immediate context. The design concept intended to create bamboo boxes that could merge with the context. Inside the boxes the villas were developed following the premise of the chinese courtyards in which the front gate will be the lake. Aided by digital parametric tools the design present a dynamic arrengement of the bamboos giving a contemporary and artesanal look tho each space. The result is a complex of different villas that merge with the surroundings and guarantee amazing views towards the lake, giving a unique experience to the vistiors.


5 BEDROOM VILLA

2 BEDROOM VILLA

1 BEDROOM VILLA

BAMBOO FOREST

VILLA PLACEMENT


MOGANSHAN RESORT

PARAMETRIC BAMBOO ARRANGEMENT

The site has a beautiful lake, lush pine and bamboo forests and natural rock formations, which make Moganshan a unique place to forget about the city.


BAMBOO BOX

VILLA PROPOSAL

COURTYARDS


BSF RESIDENTIAL FIRM: Sordo Madaleno Arquitectos TEAM MEMBERS: Design Director- Rodrigo Flores

Senior Architect-Farid Hdez Eljure Renders- Francisco Barrera/ CG Veron

PROJECT TYPE: LOCATION: YEAR : AWARD:

Residential Mexico City, Mexico 2016-2017 World Architecture Festival Shorlist Finalist


BSF RESIDENTIAL SORDO MADALENO ARQUITECTOS

Located at the west boundary of Mexico City. The project arises in a private neighborhood surrounded by forest and handmade green areas that reflects a perfect relationship between landscape and architecture. Inspired by this interaction between nature and low-rise residences, the project aim was to integrate this atmosphere into a new concept of vertical residences. Residential BSF is a twelve housing unit complex that share several indoor public amenities such as gym, cigar room and multipurpose room. Each housing unit has two levels surrounded by green outer gardens with great views of the adjacent golf course and forest.


CONCEPTUAL REFERENCES

SITE CONTEXT

12 Duplex units

Acces platform- lobby Basement 1: Amenities Basement 2: Parking Basement 3: Parking


BSF RESIDENTIAL SORDO MADALENO ARQUITECTOS

The main residential facilities (kitchen, dining room, fireplace, living room, family room, library and service rooms) are located at the first level which has a total of 500 square meters. The first level comprises 438 square meters featuring sky gardens with alluring vegetation like jasmines, magnolias and multiple trees enveloping the entire floor, creating a unique indoor ambience and outdoor experience where all family members can interact, relax and enjoy their time.Following the common areas and access, come the private spaces located at the second level composed of 500 square meters of interiors and 180 square meters of terraces, three bedrooms, one main bedroom and the family room. Each bedroom has its own dressing room, bathroom and an outer private garden generating a great flow and transition for each user.


03 DUPLEX UNITS Residence interior space+skygardens: 1600 SQM.

02 EXTERIOR/SKYGARDENS

First level interior space+skygarden: 900 SQM.

01 INTERIOR AREA

First level interior space: 500 SQM.

The project searches the creation of vertical housing units that combine privacy with social living, focusing on the generation of private outdoor spaces which perform similarly as urban houses on ground.


BSF RESIDENTIAL SORDO MADALENO ARQUITECTOS

MAIN STRUCTURE

BRACKETS+ GREEN ROOF SYSTEM

FACADE SYSTEM + MARBLE

ZINC FACADE + METALIC BRACKET

ZINC FACADE+ SHADING SYSTEM


CONSTRUCTION DETAIL + CLADDING FACADE SYSTEM Reticular Slab

Aluminium Pergola Steel brackets Zinc panels skin

Floated floor Glass rail Zinc panels skin

Floated floor Drainage tray Glass rail Glass rail bracket Aluminium Pergola

PROJECT SECTION


BSF RESIDENTIAL SMA

BSF Residential tower is designed to be a vertical continuum of the surrounding landscape, creating a 109-meter-tall iconic tower with the presence of large sky gardens with small and medium-sized trees at each level. All of which results in an ever changing tower with a mesmerizing look of colors according to every season.The elegant outer gardens combined with big sliding windows enhance the relationship between interior and exterior, providing large quantity of daylight into each indoor space. Finally the sensation of freedom and interaction is achieved with the experience of living with all the conditions of a private house by living in a tower complex


The sensation of freedom and interaction is achieved with the experience of living with all the conditions of a private house by living in a tower complex.


BSF RESIDENTIAL SORDO MADALENO ARQUITECTOS

FIRST FLOOR

SECOND FLOOR


Each apartment is delivered empty, giving total freedom to the client according to the style and interior design of their preference.

An important aspect of this project is its structural core and shell, which allows the possibility of different interior distributions as well as flexible floor plans limited only by the external private gardens. The concept of fluidity and dynamism along all the spaces represent the axis of the project and it can be interpreted as a continuous journey harmonizing both internally and externally.


CHEVAL FIRM: Sordo Madaleno Arquitectos TEAM MEMBERS: Design Director- Rodrigo Flores

BLANC TULUM

Senior Architect-Farid Hdez Eljure Renders- Francisco Barrera/Carlos Nuñez

PROJECT TYPE: Touristic LOCATION: Tulum, Quintana Roo YEAR : 2016-2017


CHEVAL BLANC TULUM SORDO MADALENO ARQUITECTOS

Located by the beautiful turquoise sea of Tulum, the project boasts awe-inspiring and luxurious eco-friendly accommodation. The hotel proposal is inspired by the natural environment of its surroundings, creating a unique project for Cheval Blanc that implements self-sustainability systems for protection and optimal use of natural resources, as well as creating the perfect atmosphere for the guests in their reconnection journey with the essentials of the site.


MODULE CONFIGURATION DEVELOPMENT.

CONCEPTUAL REFERENCES


CHEVAL BLANC TULUM SORDO MADALENO ARQUITECTOS

BEACH VILLA PROPOSAL

MASTER PLAN PROPOSAL


Roof

Plunge pool& bedroom

Exterior wood skin

Complete module

COMPLETE MODULE 1 BEDROOM VILLA


Key differentiation of the brand Cheval Blanc was taken in consideration in order to design the culinary spaces that combine french traditional dishes with a creative twist of the finest local flavors. The project proposal contemplates four fine dining restaurants and one beach restaurant that merges with Tulum`s Mayan jungle. Each restaurant was carefully designed and placed in order to enjoy the best location for the beautiful Caribbean sunsets.


CHEVAL BLANC TULUM SORDO MADALENO ARQUITECTOS


The proposal conists on 30 one bedroom villa, 8 two bedroom villa, 1 three bedroom villa and 1 five bedroom villa, all of them offer ocean view and feature a lap pool play on indoors and outdoors, terraces and landscaping, guaranteeing total privacy from one another. All of the villas provides at least a food and beverage area, and consider a sapce with terrace which can be used for personal yoga lessons.


CHEVAL BLANC TULUM SORDO MADALENO ARQUITECTOS

The presence of water and wild v element, generating a natural bala


vegetation across the site is a key ance between nature and guests.


ATLANTIS FIRM: Sordo Madaleno Arquitectos TEAM MEMBERS: Design Director- Rodrigo Flores

Senior Architect-Farid Hdez Eljure Renders- Francisco Barrera/CG Veron

PROJECT TYPE: Touristic LOCATION: Cancun, Quintana Roo YEAR : 2017

RIVIERA MAYA


ATLANTIS RIVIERA MAYA SORDO MADALENO ARQUITECTOS

CONCEPTUAL DESIGN DEVELOPMENT

CONCEPTUAL REFERENCES


01 OCEAN FRONT STUDY

02 DIAGONAL AXIS COMPOSITION

03 CENOTE COMPOSITION CENTER

04 SEA CONNCECTIONS

05 WATER LANDSCAPE

06 BUILDING FOOTPRINTS

07 DUNE SETUP

08 BEACH FRONTS

09 BUILDING CONNECTIONS


MASTER PLAN DEVELPOMENT


CONCEPTUAL MASTER PLAN

A

E

D

B C

A. Hotel Building 1 - Main Building

D. Hotel Building 4 - Luxury Accomodations

B. Hotel Building 2 - Water Park Tower

E. Hotel Building 5 - Marine Life Tower

C. Hotel Building 3 - Water Park Tower

SCHEMATIC SECTION


ATLANTIS RIVIERA MAYA SORDO MADALENO ARQUITECTOS


PUERTO A. FIRM: Sordo Madaleno Arquitectos TEAM MEMBERS: Design Director- Rodrigo Flores

Senior Architect-Farid Hdez Eljure Renders- Francisco B./Carlos N./Rommel G.

PROJECT TYPE: Residential LOCATION: Cancun, Quintana Roo YEAR : 2017

CANCUN


PUERTO AVENTURAS SORDO MADALENO ARQUITECTOS

MASTER PLAN CONCEPTUALIZATION

SITE + NATURAL CENTRAL CENOTE

AXIS COMPOSITION

OCEAN VIEW

RESIDENCES + BEACH VILLAS


CONCEPTUAL REFERENCES

CORES DISTRIBUTION

RESIDENTIAL PROJECT+MARINA

RESIDENCE VOLUMES


PUERTO AVENTURAS SORDO MADALENO ARQUITECTOS SIMPLEX- RESIDENCE FIRST FLOOR

SIMPLEX- RESIDENCE SECOND FLOOR

SIMPLEX- RESIDENCE ROOF GARDEN


OCEAN FRONT VILLAS


PUERTO AVENTURAS SORDO MADALENO ARQUITECTOS


PUERTO AVENTURAS SORDO MADALENO ARQUITECTOS


PAPER SKIN INSTALLATION

PAPER SKIN TEAM MEMBERS: PROJECT TYPE: LOCATION: YEAR :

Daniel Hdez Canut, Farid Hdez Eljure Nestle Headquarter- Paper Installation Mexico, Mèxico 2015


PAPER SKIN INSTALLATION

TRANSITION HALL

INITIAL FLOW STUDY

INSTALLATION AND USER INTERACTION

Parametric project made of paper for Nestle Corporation in Mexico City. The project consisted in creating a clear transition in order to take people from one space to another during the innovation expo 2015. The reasearch for this project was to study the multiple possiblities derived from the design of a simple paper module; in which throughout the multiple connections between its faces can create a malleable skin that can adapt to any shape or form.


Design process showing the multiple possiblities derived from a single paper module with multiple connection points


PAPER SKIN INSTALLATION


PAPER SKIN INSTALLATION


SWARM INSTALLATION

SWARM COURSE: LECTURER: CONTRIBUTORS: PROJECT TYPE: UNIVERSITY: YEAR :

INSTALLATION

Advanced Technology in Architecture Farid Hdez Eljure Architecture and Industrial Design Students Academic- Spring semester Instituto Tecnologico de Monterrey, Mexico. 2015


SWARM INSTALLATION

Project developed with architecture students from Instituto Tecnologico de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey. The course is focused on Design by Making in which students interact with physical and digital models. Studying material properties and how can they become malleable through digital fabrication such as Laser cutting, CNC, and 3d Print.


PLANE PIECES

ASSEMBLED PIECES

COMPLETED MODULE

MULTIPLE CONNECTIONS POINTS


SWARM INSTALLATION

This project installation combines parametric tools and digital fabrication, the concept is based on the study of a 2D geometry, that turns into a 3D component. When pieces are joined. The 3D component geometry enables several connection points in order to receive another 3D component allowing the creation of a parametric components swarm. Shape form and component were derived from a combination of digital and physical study.


PIPES INSTALLATION

PIPES COURSE: LECTURER: CONTRIBUTORS: PROJECT TYPE: UNIVERSITY: YEAR :

INSTALLATION

Advanced Technology in Architecture Farid Hdez Eljure Architecture and Industrial Design Students Academic- Autumn semester Instituto Tecnologico de Monterrey, Mexico. 2015


PIPES INSTALLATION

Project developed with architecture students from Instituto Tecnologico de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey. The course is focused on Design by Making in which based on the words from Josef Albers reasearch, students understand that we can´t afford to waste material or time, therefore they need to investigate what a material like paper can do . So, at the beginning they experiment without aiming at making a product. At the moment we prefer cleverness to beauty. Our Studies should leave to constructive thinking.


3d PRINTING

PROTOTYPES


PIPES INSTALLATION

The parametric installation combinesparametric tools and digital fabrication, the concept is based on the study of a 2D geometry, that turns into a 3D component when pieces are rolled into pipes. The 3D scrpit enables the possibility to change the shape and form of the installation and take the lenght of each piece in order to develop the 1:1 physical scale model. The form and components were derived from a combination of digital and physical study.


Students understand that we can´t afford to waste material or time, therefore they need to investigate what a material like paper can do.


DIGITAL FABRICATION STUDIO

DESIGN COURSE: LECTURER: CONTRIBUTORS: PROJECT TYPE: UNIVERSITY: YEAR :

BY MAKING COURSE

Advanced Technology in Architecture Farid Hdez Eljure Architecture and Industrial Design Students Academic- Spring semester Instituto Tecnologico de Monterrey, Mexico. 2016


DIGITAL FABRICATION STUDIO

Course objective The course is focused around the design, implementation and testing of materials, putting special emphasis on the creation of prototypes through the use of new digital manufacturing technologies. Students will be able to understand and analyze the importance of the computer in the design and development process towards the realization and manufacturing of ideas and concepts. Through a combination of physical interaction, geometric digital manipulation and new manufacturing technologies, students will understand the connection between design, material, geometry and potential applications in architecture and industrial design.


DIGITAL FABRICATION STUDIO

Aggregate Architecture Development of an architectural material system consisting of granulates using analogue and digital computational models. The research aims to design componets that can enhance friction between each parts, generating the formation of unregular structures.The reasearch focus on how the components can arregne through the use neumatic formwork, generating relative spaces.


Course methodology The course is based on a theoretical and practical collaborative work, where different digital fabrication techniques require the students to rethink the design process and develop new methodologies with nonlinear approaches. The course structure is based on the development of multiple assignments. Each assignment is guided by theoretical sessions where examples and case studies related to the topic are displayed. After this process, students sessions are focused on research, design and manufacture of prototypes. Moreover a culture of self-learning based on experimentation, creativity, discussion and teamwork is encouraged throughout the entire course.


DIGITAL FABRICATION STUDIO


L-systems The project examines new possibilities for architecture. In which students question about if nature´s growth process can function as a generator of architectural design. Opening the path to experiment about how can L -systems be applied to the production and proposal of architectural forms.


DIGITAL FABRICATION STUDIO

Students illustration L-Systems proposal merged and applied to a city, creating gathering points and spaces within a certain context.


Students illustration L-Systems research with algae components integrated towards the creation of energy.


HOUSE 12

H O U SE TEAM MEMBERS: PROJECT TYPE: LOCATION: STATUS : YEAR :

12

Daniel Hernandez Canut, Farid Hernandez Eljure Residential Estado de Mexico, Mèxico Constructed 2014-2015


HOUSE 12

House 12 project is developed under the concept of keeping private and intimate spaces apart from public areas.The project is divided into 4 levels, each of them contains a different program. For example the lower levels are focused on recreational areas like pool, game rooms , fitness center and green areas, while the upper levels contain the private bedrooms. Each room has an exclusive and unique view showing its contemporary design based on simplicity.


SITE RESTRICTIONS

SITE VIEWS

MORE GREEN AREAS

MORE CONSTRUCTION AREA

PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SPACES

FINAL PROPOSAL


HOUSE 12

The presence of light in each space is one of the most important features, which enhance the program inside the house. The orientation of the volume forces a closed geometry on three sides of the house, while the fouth side has an amzig view to the surrounding landscape. The garden is an element that interacts with the entire home in its full context, creating multiple private spaces for users. Aspart of the program a pool was required, so the idea was to join the green open spaces with and indoor pool that can become an outdoor pool due to a movable glass facade.


HOUSE 12

House 12 Construction Process


It is not the beauty of a building you should look at; its the construction of the foundation that will stand the test of time David Alan Coe


SAYAVEDRA HOUSE

SAYAVEDRA TEAM MEMBERS: PROJECT TYPE: LOCATION: YEAR :

Farid Hdez, Daniel Hdez Canut Residential intervention Mexico, Estado de Mèxico 2015


SAYAVEDRA HOUSE

EXISTING CONDITIONS

The residence is based on several needs requested by the client: open spaces, natural light and a renovation of existing facades. Under these guidelines the design was based on exploring the structure of the existing building, open spaces and facades to propose warmer environments in each room. The result exposed places with greater relationship with the garden and its surroundings and a new image of its facades without affecting the essence of the existing house. Digital images were crucial with the project development , to understand the structural reinforcement recquired as how the structural beams and balconies woud be cladded to the extisting facade. The result was an extensive collaboration between the architects, construction workers and the structural engineer consultant.


DESIGN OBJECTIVE

Project objective- open spaces, natural light and a renovation of existing facades


SAYAVEDRA HOUSE

FINAL INTERVENTION


The final result enhanced the interaction between private and public spaces with the surrounding forest


BENNERLEY VIADUCT

BENNERLEY

VIADUCT

TEAM MEMBERS: PROJECT TYPE: LOCATION: YEAR :

Farid Hdez Eljure,Gaurav Goel, Diana Benjumea Academic- M. Arch In Technology Ilkeston, United Kingdom 2013


BENNERLEY VIADUCT

BENNERLEY VIADUCT CONNECTION

ILKESTON

AWSWORTH

Bennerley Viaduct is a bridge of northern railways located in Derbyshire, which is now disused. The bridge spans Erewash valley and connects Ilkeston and Awsworth. After this bridge became abandoned, the train stations and coal industries around it werealso discontinued in 1980, which resulted in deactivation of areas around. Accessibility became a problem for this area resulting in companies closing their work in towns at both ends. This brought unemployment and economic decline to this area. Presently Ilkeston is only one of the few cities in UK without a train station. Therefore our brief for this studio directs a proposal of a train station on bennerley viaduct.


Corten steel skin

Glass

Bennerley Viaduct Second floor

Flow distribution First floor

Platforms Ground floor

This train station would bring economic prosperity, attract tourism and solve problems of accessibility for the area. Also a connection will be re-established between Ilkeston and Awsworth , and they will be connected to other parts of UK. At the same time network for cyclists will be reinforced due to activation of Bennerley viaduct. The design proposal will play a vital role in restoring connection between two towns and it will reuse Bennerly viaduct, as train stations would be accessed from the bridge. Consequently this design proposal will bring back life to whole urban area including viaduct and this place would get a new meaning.


BENNERLEY VIADUCT


Bridege structure and details were 3d printed, helping to appreciate and understand how the concept would be conceived and integrated.


BENNERLEY VIADUCT

Kinetic light proposal apllied to the skin, which illuminates depending on the moving speed of thre train,cyclists and pedestrians across the bridge.


The project intends to revitalize and integrate the place, bringing people to the site, in order to enhance the connection that once existed between the towns of Ilkeston and Awsworth.


UK PAVILION EXPO MILAN

UK PAVILION TEAM MEMBERS: PROJECT TYPE: LOCATION: YEAR :

Farid Hdez Eljure,Gaurav Goel Academic- M. Arch In Technology Milan Expo,Italy 2014


UK PAVILION EXPO MILAN

Milan expo 2015 is a platform for sharing views of different countries around the world, about food and energy for life, through different pavilions. UK government brief mentioned to have a single coherent message that runs through building, landscape and content. This message should be widley understandable and impactful. They wanted to have a unique pavilion, which would create memory and emotional connection with UK, while at the same time it should attract children and young people, keeping in mind the needs of disabled people.


Based on the pine cone study, preliminary kinetic skin proposals were dedeloped.


UK PAVILION EXPO MILAN

Concept Taking as inspiration the pinecone, which open or closes to enable polinization, the concept for the pavilion was quite similar, first a kinetic facade- open or closes acoording to the internal conditions. The main idea for the pavilion was to create a interactive experience through seed capsule donation. First people would be informed about food conditionsaround the world.

After informing people about food conitions, a plastic capsule full of seeds would be delivered to them which they could customize with their name. Afterwards each person would have the opportunity to enter to the central feature in which they would be harnessed and lifted up in the air to place their capsule wherever they want. When Milan expo finishes the capusles collection would be sent to countries with food needs.


Main entrance

Offices

Projection

Capsule collection

Main feature

Conference

Exhibition

Coffee Shop

Lounge area


UK PAVILION EXPO MILAN

Pavilion entrance

Initial months Initial pavilion concept without capsules placemen and closed skin

Final months The pavilion would change after several months, showing the capsules collection placed across the entire pavilion.


UK PAVILION EXPO MILAN

Facade development Facade and constructive system proposal. Component proposal of 3 axis to allow facade cladding with multiple possiblities.


Pototypes Physical models development for kintetic skin and 3d printed models for multiaxis cladding proposal.


ARUM SHELL

CURVED TEAM MEMBERS: PROJECT TYPE: LOCATION: PROFESSOR YEAR :

FOLDING SHELLS

Farid Hdez Eljure Curved folding shells-Master dissertation project. Nottingham, United Kingdom Sean Lu 2014


ARUM SHELL

The research aims to develop a feasible strategy towards the physical (paper models) and digital recreation of Arums shell structure through the use of Rhino software aided by the paneling tools and (Grasshopper) King Kong plugin. The research will be followed by two stages the first one will study the curve-creasefolding technique throughout an extensive development of physical paper models in order to understand the presence and importance of creases and rulings towards the creation of three-dimensional geometries made out of two-dimensional sheets. The second stage will be followed by a deep exploration of Rhino Software and its different plugins in order to identify if these digital tools enhance and allow to achieve a physical and digital recreation and simulation of the curved folded geometries.


Physical model development showing the structural potential of curve-crease-folding.


ARUM SHELL

Correct interaction between physical models, digital tools and digital fabrication may lead to the materialization of architectural concepts.


The results demonstrate a feasible workflow strategy in which the application and interaction of Rhino software and it different plugins allowed the physical paper model and digital recreation of Arums shell structure. At the same time through the physical model development the structural potential of curvecrease-folding will be exposed. Consequently, the research revealed the importance behind design and making, in which the correct interaction between physical models, digital tools and digital fabrication may lead to the materialization of architectural concepts.


TORNO ART PIECE

TO R NO TEAM MEMBERS: PROJECT TYPE: LOCATION: YEAR :

A RT P IE C E

Farid Hdez Eljure -Freelance designer Cultural Yucatan, Quintana Roo 2014


TORNO ART PIECE

Take a non-rigid natural material such as wood ; so that by the combination of a digital and analog process, this element can be transformed into a flexible piece.


Concept Derived from the art produced by the malleability of a material, product of the combination of elements such as water , sand , mud and rudimentary technology such as a lathe, rigid pieces of variable geometry are obtained as a result of these human intervention. Taking inspiration from this process and the study of geometry produced by the continuous rotation of a malleable element , the idea arises of taking a non-rigid natural material such as wood ; so that by the combination of a digital and analog process, this element can be transformed into a flexible piece.


PAVILIONS

RECYCLE TEAM MEMBERS: PROJECT TYPE: LOCATION: YEAR :

Farid Hdez Eljure, Daniel Hdez Canut Research Mexico, Mexico 2016

PAVILIONS


PAVILIONS


Pavilions objective Work based on design that are meticulously thought towards the creation of economically viable and innovative proposals. The study explores the intrinsic properties of different materials (light, malleable, natural, trnaslucid, recyclable) so that they can be manipulated and used to express unique designs. The projects explore how three-dimensional complex surfaces and objects can be created from the premise of repetition and correct arrangement of geometries in two dimensions


XALPA HOUSE

XALPA HOUSE TEAM MEMBERS: PROJECT TYPE: LOCATION: YEAR :

Farid Hdez Eljure- Freelance Architect Residential Mexico City, Mèxico 2010-2011


XALPA HOUSE

CLIENT NEEDS

PROJECT MEET NEEDS


GROUND FLOOR

FIRST FLOOR


XALPA HOUSE

The premise for this project was to create a place where the client could disconnect from his busy professional life, so he could enjoy his family to the fullest. The project was conceived as a home that exhales transparency and seeks to establish a dialogue between the interior living space and the outdoor environment. The use of natural light and the use of natural materials such as wood and stone were a crucial part in the design. The challenge in this project was the interior distribution, as they needed four bedrooms for each family member, and the government regulations only allows the construction of two levels in each house. The main floor´s walls were replaced with glass, creating a dialogue between the outdoor and the inhabitable living space such as the kitchen, dining and living room, this main floor also includes a complete bedroom for the maid, guests or older people who can’t go upstairs. The second floor, on the other hand, accommodates the more private areas, such as the bedrooms and family room. The project looked forward to replace the walls with transparent glass panels, creating a seamless transition between each bedroom and space, seeking a full coexistence of each family member.


The project was conceived as a home that exhales transparency and seeks to establish a dialogue between the interior living space and the outdoor environment.


AMPARO MUSEUM -TEN ARQUITECTOS

AMPARO FIRM: TEN Arquitectos- Enrique Norten TEAM MEMBERS: Project leader- Carlos Salas

MUSEUM

Intermediate Architect- Farid Hdez Eljure, Intermediate ArchitectDaniel Hdez Canut Junior Architect - Mario Sada PROJECT TYPE: Cultural LOCATION: Puebla, México YEAR : 2011-2013


AMPARO MUSEUM -TEN ARQUITECTOS


The Amparo Museum is a Project that converges between the traditional architecture of Puebla, with the new contemporary architecture of TEN arquitectos. The museum started as a restoration; however the program looked for new spaces that could expose modern art, forcing to develop a new building located in one of the backyards. The idea was to create a simple stylized box that could increase the amount of square meters for expositions, giving a new image to the private museum. The crystal box started as an object that fits perfectly in the backyard, from this fact, the box becomes the point of departure to reestablish new connections in the circulations of the museum. The structure of the museum is originally composed by the joint of four colonial houses plus the cloister of the small church located next to the museum. The Amparo Foundation wanted to improve the visitor’s experience and increase the museum’s exhibition capacity without destroying the original historic construction. With a limited site, TEN Arquitectos modernized Amparo’s spaces and updated its circulation through the insertions of glass vestibules of varying scales. Bringing natural light into the building, the vestibules provide access to the galleries and unify the different collections, which range from pre-Columbian works to pieces by modern artists, while simultaneously offering new space for temporary exhibitions, offices, and an auditorium. Clarified circulation and updated facilities bring new orientation to the building, turning the Amparo Museum into a public venue, rather than merely a repository for art.


AMPARO MUSEUM -TEN ARQUITECTOS

For this project the intervention was a very hard task, as the architectural program was constrainted by severall regulations. As part of the project it was added an exclusive restaurant,warehouses, cafeterias, workshops, a library, and some administrative offices.During this particularly project we were involved not only in the design process but also in the construction supervision. Our team had to move nine months to Puebla in order to supervise that the construction company did everything according to TEN arquitectos design.

Our main task was to supervise and develop immediate solutions to the problems that arose during the construction process. The result is a totally renovated museum that displays in all its glory the collection of more than 700 thousand pieces of pre-Columbian art, and its more than 300 works of colonial art, all added to the exhibition of contemporary art, giving a comprehensive view of the various stages of artistic expressions in Mexico and the world.


The museum’s roof, was conceived as a other facade of the building as it has gardens and terraces—which are clad in local marble and talavera, a type of maiolica pottery hand-made by local artisans—to give views over the city, connecting the museum to the surrounding urban city.


AMPARO MUSEUM -TEN ARQUITECTOS

The building renovation brought new life to this important institution by reconnecting it to the city as a renewed and relevant cultural resource.


ST REGIS FIRM: TEN Arquitectos- Enrique Norten TEAM MEMBERS: Project leader- Carlos Salas

APARTMENT

Intermediate Architect- Farid Hdez Eljure, Intermediate Architect Daniel Hdez Canut Intermediate Architect - Conrado Rodriguez PROJECT TYPE: Cultural LOCATION: Puebla, México YEAR : 2011-2013


ST REGIS APARTMENT - TEN ARQUITECTOS

Apartment located in the St. Regis tower; shaped by 32 stories with diverse tenant uses giving the building an isolated ambience from the city`s natural effervescence. The key design element that forms its compelling spatiality is a central volume conceived as a private art gallery for the client. The main hallway divides the apartment in two sections, on one side the private spaces are located, while in the other side services can be found. The main hallway that act as a gallery and unifys dining and living room, creates a visual and spatial connection between interior and exterior.


The design reflects and honest and clean desig which reflects all the client requirements.


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2017 Portfolio F-HDEZ  
2017 Portfolio F-HDEZ  
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