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I am an architect. I do not design buildings I design places where people feel good

Fernando Rivera

Undergraduate Architecture Portfolio ITESO, Jesuit University of Guadalajara


Fernando, Rivera

383 Hounslow Avenue Toronto, Ontario M2R 1H7 fdo.rivera@yahoo.ca www.frb-arch.com

SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS • Experience in Architectural Design role • Currently completing Bachelor Degree in Architecture • Experience with architectural software, including: AutoCAD (+4 years) , V-Ray Render ing for 3D Studio Max (+2 years), ArchiCAD (+1 year), Revit Architecture (+ 1 year), Adobe Photoshop (+2 years), Adobe Illustrator (+2years), ArcGIS (+1year). • Specialize in Architectural Design and Urban Planning, interactive design, graphic design and office management. • Founder of a website dedicated to architectural articles: www.artchitime.com • Committee member in the School of Architecture at Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Occidente ( ITESO ). • Passionate about synching arts and technology to produce architectural projects • Strive to develop projects that are rooted in the community

EDUCATION Bachelor Degree in Architecture Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Occidente ( ITESO ). Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico

Aug 2010 - Present

TECHNICAL SKILLS • Conducted research on a projects latitude: analized and identified any geographical issues and architectural needs while being conscious of the future users, climate, local materials and ecological footprint. • Made fiscal models to understand the context of the project and pre-visualize the sketches, represented in the model. • Developed the first blueprints in AutoCAD; starting an approximation of possibilities for the firsts distributions. • Created 3d Modeling in ArchiCAD or Autodesk Revit Architecture to start and visualize the project and explore different building possibilities. • Pre Renderings using Revit Architecture for correct understanding of the project between the client and the creative team. • Developed the final blueprints using AutoCAD and revit architecture for the correct visualization, understanding and future construction of the project. • Performed rendering in 3D Studio Max to present the correct visualization of the project.

ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN AND URBAN PLANNING • Conducted on site evaluation of latitude, climate, regional materials and the future users using data bases such as Internet Securities Infolatina. • Designed pavilions, shelters, houses, sport facilities, residential buildings, office buildings, churches and urban projects including subway stations and libraries. • Created blue print designs from the beginning of a project and up to a project´s completion. • Involved in the process of determining project costs, obtaining necesary permits and documentation. • Ensured that project contracts were being fufilled as per agreement.


WORK EXPERIENCE BERMARQ ARQUITECTURA May 2012 - Aug 2012 Construction Supervisor • Supervised 4 residential houses including the management of the contractors, schedules, materials and quality control of the construction process. BERMARQ ARQUITECTURA Dec 2012 - Jan 2013 Architectural Designer • Performed the design of 1 house as a junior architect with a team of two people also taking photography of the recently built houses of the office. BERMARQ ARQUITECTURA May 2013 - Aug 2013 Architectural Designer • Developed Ideas for 1 house from the first blueprints to the final blueprints with a team of two people in the office

AWARDS / ACHIEVEMENTS “Reto Nacional de Diseño” Competition Finalist Guadalajara, Jalisco, México 2013 Camara Mexicana de la Industria de la Construcción-Jalisco • Competition to develop an architectural concept of a large scale project in 30 minutes using autodesk revit and delivering a 3 minute presentation on the project Civil Engineer Symposium (Attendee) Guadalajara, Jalisco, México Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Occidente (ITESO)

2013

Member of Comitee of Architecture School 2011 Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Occidente ( ITESO ) • Organized and attended the Architecture Week "Transmuta" conferences and workshops of architects: ALT arquitectura, Mauricio Rocha, Bernard Cache, Javier Artadi, Parque Humano, Carlos Mijares and Jose Hernandez Laos. Member of Comitee of Architecture School 2012 Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Occidente (ITESO) Organized and attended the Architecture Week “Conversaciones Sobre Arquitectura” conferences of architects: Ambrosi Etchegaray Arquitectos, AD-11 Arquitectos (Estudio Macías Peredo and CoA Arquitectura) and MMX Studio. Honorific Mention Award: “Estructuras Imposibles” Guadalajara, Jalisco, México Concavus & Convexus • Developed a multipurpose basketball court in a competition between 5 universities.

2011

"Albergue para Desplazados" Arquine

2011

Participant Lecheria, Estado de México, México

Member of Comitee of Architecture School 2010 Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Occidente ( ITESO ) • Organized and attended the Architecture Week "Hecho en Mexico" conferences and workshops of architects: Alberto kalach, Isaac broid and Juan Palomar.


Index “Kuatro” House

Pag. 01

“EDDL” Retail and Residential Building

Pag. 04

“Acequia 44” Retail and Residential Building

Pag. 08

“Concavus & Convexus” Multi Use Court

Pag. 12

“Cathedral”Subway Station

Pag. 15

“Bugambilias” Religious Master Plan

Pag. 19


Type: Residential Semester: 3rd - Bachelor Degree in Architecture Location: Pinar de la Venta, Zapopán, Jalisco, México Team: Fernando Rivera

“Kuatro” House

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I.

II.

III. I. View from Kitchen

II. View to Multipurpose Room

III. View from Street

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Type: Retail and Mixed Use Semester: 4th - Bachelor Degree in Architecture Location: Guadalajara, Jalisco, México Team: Fernando Rivera, Javier Solorzano, Adrian Hernandez

“EDDL” Residential Bulding

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I.

II.

III. I. Perspective: Solar Panel Facade

II. Perspective: Building Exterior

III. Perspective: Main Entrance

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A.

B.

C.

A. Ground Floor

B. First Floor

C. Second Floor

D.

D. Third Flor

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E.

F.

G.

H.

I.

J.

E. Fourth Floor

F. Fifth Floor

G. Sixth Floor

H. Seventh Floor

I. Eighth Floor

J. Nineth Floor

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“Acequia 44” Retail and Residential Bulding Type: Retail and Mixed Use Semester: 5th - Bachelor Degree in Architecture Location: Centro Histórico de Guadalajara, Jalisco, México Team: Fernando Rivera

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I.

II.

I. Perspective: Retail Services and Public Space

II. Model: Context

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III.

A.

B. III. Perspective: Public Market

A. South Elevation

B. North Elevation

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IV.

C. Apartment 1: Frist Floor

E. Apartment 2

D. Apartment 1: Second Floor

F. Apartment 2

IV. Perspective: Retail Services (Public Space) and Residential Area

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“Concavus & Convexus” Multi Use Court Type: Leisure and Sport Semester: 4th - Bachelor Degree in Architecture Location: Guadalajara, Jalisco, México Team: Fernando Rivera and Alvaro de la Mora

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I.

II.

I. Principal Perspective

II. West Perspective

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III.

IV.

III. South Perspective

IV. Multi Purpose Court

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“Cathedral” Subway Station

Type: Transport Semester: 7th - Bachelor Degree in Architecture Location: Centro Histórico de Guadalajara, Jalisco, México Team: Fernando Rivera, Barbara Manzo, Maria Rosa Paredes, Alejandra Angulo

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I.

A.

B. I. Perspective: Main Hall

A. Subway and Cars Circulation

B. Pedestrain Circulations

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II.

C.

D. II. Perspective: Main Entrance to Subway

C. Section: Subway and Cars

D. Pedestrian Gallery

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III.

IV. III. Perspective: Main Hallway to Subway Station

IV. Hallway between two Subway Stations

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“Bugambilias” Religious Master Plan

Type: Master Planning Semester: 6th - Bachelor Degree in Architecture Location: Cerro de Bugambilias, Zapopán, Jalisco, México Team: Fernando Rivera, Alejandra Salgado, Carolina Ornelas

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I.

II.

I. Model: Up View from Sky

II. Model: Perspective View from North Side

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III.

IV.

V. III. Model: Main Entrance

IV. Model: Main Entrance Detail

V: Detail Existing Church

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VI.

A. VI. Perspective: View from Parking

A. Master Plan

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VII.

B.

VII. Perspective: Church Main Entrance

B. Interior Section: Church

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VIII.

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VIII. Perspective: Church Main Hallway

C. Church Floor Plan

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NPT: 100.50

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IX. Perspective: View from Presbytery through Main Hallway

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D. E. F. G. Constructive Sections

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Thank You

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Portfolio of my architecture projects at ITESO, Jesuit University of Guadalajara.

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