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FELIPE GUIMARÃES Complete Works 2017


Felipe GuimarĂŁes M.AAS at University of Southtern California B.A at Federal University of Rio de Janeiro

2517 fulton street Berkeley, CA. 94704 +1 (510) 735 7787 felipe.gpinheiro@me.com

http://felipe-guimaraes.com

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Felipe Guimarães

2517 Fulton street. Berkeley, CA. 94704

Nationality: Brazil Date of Birth: 05/27/1987

+1 (510) 735 7787

felipe.gpinheiro@me.com

“Felipe has demonstrated extreme flexibility and good spirits, and his work has consistently been amongst the best in his class. Felipe is an excellent problem solver and creative thinker, but he is also very capable of keeping his head down and powering through vast quantities of work in surprisingly short time. In this manner he has become something of a model student in the studio and he has been accorded great respect by his fellow students. Several times during the past semester Felipe took effective charge of his classmates to execute a complex presentation set up on short notice“ Wes Jones, Director of USC

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

EDUCATION

2016 - Present | L-ADU Architectural firm specialized in residential projects and social housing. 2 years as Co-owner and Partner. Participation in architecture competitions (3 prizes won in 1 year). Responsible for the architectural project since the conception to construction drawings. Execution of furniture.

2014-2015 | Master of advanced architectural studies | University of Southern California Graduated with honors | GPA 3.85 2005-2011 | Architecture and Urbanism College | Federal University of Rio de Janeiro 5 year degree with final year thesis | Yield 8.6 of 10.0 2009 | Superior Technical School of Architecture of Madrid | Polytechnic University of Madrid Academic Exchange for 6 meses

2015 | Sage and Coombe Architects Architectural firm with a varied portfolio, with large scale projects. 3 months as trainee / architect (summer job) Detail drawings in REVIT | Finalist in the competition “Van Alen Institute - Flatiron Competition”

2005 | Industrial Design College | Rio de Janeiro State University Attended for 1 semester

2008 - 2014 | Mareines+Patalano Arquitetura Architectural firm specialized in residential, commercial and educational projects 3 years as Architectural Project Designer Responsible for construction drawings of residences with direct contact with the client and contractors. Approval of projects in the city hall. Participation in competitions. 3 years as intern Worked in the conception of projects with the execution of physical models and presentation of projects, generating rendering and constructive schemes.

TEACHING EXPERIENCE 2017 | Augusto Motta University Centre Architecture and urban design undergraduate course Professor Responsible for the classes: “Techniques of digital representation 3”, “Digital graphics” and “technical drawing 2”. These three classes were focused on the representation of projects using as tool: REVIT, AUTOCAD and technical drawings representation, respectively.

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6 AWARDS IN ARCHITECTURAL COMPETITIONS

5 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE AS ARCHITECT

Rhinoceros Sketch up V-ray Key shot Adobe Photoshop Adobe Illustrator Adobe InDesign Adobe Lightroom

Portuguese First Language

English Full professional

Spanish Advanced

proficiency

Auto Cad Revit Microsoft Word Microsoft Excel Microsoft Power Point Adobe After Effects I movie

Communication Verbal presentation Graphics presentation Written presentation Physical models Photography Skills Drawing by hand Movies edition

AWARDS AND SCHOLARSHIPS 2017 | 1st prize in the National Architecture Competition: Housing of Social Interest in DF. Participation as a partner and co-owner of the L-ADU office 2016 | 2nd prize in the National Architecture Competition: “Social Housing in Sol Nascente-Trecho 2”. Participation as a partner and co-owner of the L-ADU office 2016 | Director’s Award Honors given by the Director of the Master in Advanced Architectural Studies (maximum honor given in the program). 2015 | 3rd place in the National Architecture Competition: “Social Housing in Sol Nascente - Trecho 1”. Participation as a partner and co-owner of the L-ADU office. 2015 | finalist in the National Architecture Competition: “Flatiron Plaza holiday competition”. Participation as Architect in Sage and Coombe Architectural office. 2014 and 2015 | 2 x USC School of Architecture Scholarship Award Committee Merit scholarship worth $ 14,270. 2014-2015 | CAPES (Brazilian federal government agency for quality assurance in postgraduate courses in Brazil) Scholarship “Science without Borders ” Fully funded master program 2012 | 2nd place in the National Architecture Competition: “House of the creative industry - FIRJAN”. Participation as Architectural Project Designer at Mareines+Patalano Office 2011 | 1st place in the National Architecture Competition: “Spatial rearrangement of FAU’s pilotis”. As student at Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. Associated with Priscila Coli Rocha and Bianca Freitas

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Contents

SINGLE FAMILY SOCIAL HOUSING

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SOCIAL HOUSING IN CEILÂNDIA

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SOCIAL HOUSING IN SOL NASCENTE

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SNOW CLONE

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COMANDANTE FERRAZ ANTARCTIC STATION

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CREATIVE INDUSTRY HOUSE FIRJAN

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MARKET AT PORT AREA

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MORE OF THE SAME

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MASS-SUSPENDED CHAIR

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TRAIT-TABLE

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PHYSICAL MODELS

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SINGLE FAMILY SOCIAL HOUSING: Type: Single Family Residence Dimensions: 200 units of 53.90 m2 in a total of 10.780m2 Status: 1st place in competition Year: 2017 Location: Federal District - Brazil Team: Felipe Guimarães, Priscila Coli, Cauê Capillé

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PROPORTION OF LOTS

LINEAR HOUSE

INTIMATE / SOCIAL

The lots of the Federal District often have a ratio of 1/3 (front / depth), being commonly quite narrow, reaching about 5.50m wide.

In order to ensure that the

The linear typology has

designed typologies could

created an interesting

be adapted to the largest

separation between intimate

possible number of plots, we

rooms and social rooms,

took advantage of this formal

separated by a small patio that

condition of the plots of this

guarantees cross ventilation

city and organized the house

for living room and kitchen,

in a linear fashion, and could even work in narrow lots...

ventilates the bathroom and creates an illuminated corridor for the bedrooms.

INCREMENTAL DYNAMICS

THREE PATIOS

FACADE-FILTER

Through the strategic

The three courtyards formed

location of openings and

were properly thought of

The contact with the street has two layers: screen and window. The facade thus serves

self-supporting constructive

as an integral part of the

method, the typologies

architectural layout: each

elaborated support the

one has its own functions

incremental increase of

and collaborates to increase

houses, while ensuring the

rooms and functions by the

the spatial perception of the

formation of a living urban

residents.

surroundings, besides bringing

landscape, made of contact,

ventilation and lighting.

as a filter between the public space and the interior of the

use and neighborhood.

LINEAR PATIO HOUSE To inhabit is a verb that conjugates in intimacy, neighborhood and city. In other words, we understand that housing implies not only the inner dynamics of a house, but also a city and conviviality. Thus, the present project seeks to meet the demands for housing in the Federal District and, at the same time, to catalyze urbanity with a typology of low standards. This ‘double performance’ is present throughout the project, from the formal party and distribution of internal functions to technical-constructive details. In particular, three design strategies converge in this direction: incremental expansion capacity, the linear formal party, and the three yards. The incremental dynamics acts as a catalyst for positive urban density and typological variation,

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including residents as participants in the housing project. The formal linear party, in addition to optimizing infra-structural systems, facilitating implementation in different lots and organizing social and intimate areas of the house, produced an interesting alignment with the street, contributing to the formation of a living urban landscape: local economy also depends on adequate urban morphology, which generates an opportunity for socializing. The courtyards bring lighting and ventilation and expand various functions of the house: living is not limited to internal footage, as it includes (visually and functionally) the whole area of the lot, multiplying the investment of project implementation: residents use more than twice the building area.

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2,70

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4.20

2,40 2,70

2,60

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1,60

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11,40

3,65

0,90

2,60 Street

Street

Street

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

GROUND FLOOR (FOR DISABLED)

ROOF PLAN

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(A) Area for expansion.

House area: 53,90m²

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TYPOLOGY 1 - SINGLE FAMILY DWELLING This typology is the ‘embryo’ of the project. The house segments social areas and intimate areas linearly. Social areas face the street and the side courtyard. Intimate areas are facing the back patios. A small patio separates these areas and guarantees cross ventilation for living room and kitchen, ventilates the bathroom and creates a lighted hallway to the bedrooms. The three courtyards are an integral part of the architectural layout: each has its own functions and collaborates to increase the spatial perception of the surroundings, as well as to bring ventilation and lighting. Through the strategic location of openings and self-supporting constructional method, the proposed architecture supports the incremental increase of rooms

and functions by the residents. The house can be built in lots of varying sizes, even if extremely narrow (up to 5.50m wide). It can also be removed from the street if there is a need in specific legislation of some place. (*) The entire project, including its adaptation to for the disabled, follows the Building Code of the Federal District - Brazil (Decree 19.915 / 98)

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2,40 A

A

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Street

GROUND FLOOR PLAN 0

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Street

GROUND FLOOR FOR DISABLED

FIRST FLOOR PLAN

Street ROOF PLAN

5m

TYPOLOGY 2 - OVERLAPPING HOUSE Typology formed by two houses with independent accesses. The stairway to the second floor forms a small common area for both houses - space that stimulates the neighborhood contact, and can be used as bicycle parking, for example. Social areas face the street and side yard. Intimate areas are facing the back patios. A small patio separates these areas and guarantees cross ventilation for living room and kitchen, ventilates the bathroom and creates a lighted hallway to the bedrooms. The three courtyards are an integral part of the architectural layout: each has its own functions and collaborates to increase the spatial perception of the

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surroundings, as well as to bring ventilation and lighting. Through the strategic location of openings and self-supporting constructional method, the proposed architecture supports the incremental increase of rooms and functions by the residents. The house can be built in lots of varying sizes, even if extremely narrow (up to 5.50m wide). It can also be removed from the street if there is a need in specific legislation of some place. (*) The entire project, including its adaptation for the disabled, follows the building code of the Federal District (Decree No. 19,915 / 98)

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INTERIOR Dimensions and spatial interrelationship of the internal environments respect and stimulate the ways of inhabiting

Brazilians, besides guaranteeing wide cross ventilation and natural light.

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EXPANDED HOUSE FEATURES Patios function as visual and functional extension of the home, articulating and filtering the contact with exterior.

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THE SKY OF THE COURTYARD Patios function as a space for direct integration between the sky and the residential intimacy of the indoor environments: they allow you to be at home and under the stars at the same time.

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Corrugated Aluminum roofing tiles

Steel beans grid

Prefabricated slab to receive water tank

Prefabricated slab Bond beam for horizontal reinforcement Vertical casting of structural masonry fully grouted - vertical reinforcement Structural concrete masonry

Ceramic Cobogรณ Aluminum window frame Compaction of soil with gravel

Footing with bond beam and horizontal reinforcement

Concrete floor slab with wire mesh reinforcing Reinforced concrete

staircase molded in loco (in the case of the two story typology)

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CONSTRUCTIVE METHOD The constructive method of the ‘house-embryo’ consists of a structural Concrete masonry (selfsupporting). Among the many advantages of this method, we can mention: agility in the construction, reduction of the amount of labor required (because it already works as a finished wall), reduction of waste in the construction site (no formwork required). LOCAL PARTICIPATION The proposed construction systems, as well as the chosen structural and coating materials, facilitate local participation in the workforce and supply of materials. In this way, the project contributes to sustainable social development with its surroundings, reducing transport costs for the project and strengthening the local economy.

ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIAL SUSTAINABILITY The project is designed to respond to local environmental and social demands. Considering the predominant climate of the region, concern with ventilation was one of the main design guidelines. The typologies count on wide cross ventilation and natural lighting in all environments. They also have systems for collecting and reusing rainwater, thus contributing to the reduction of the infrastructure of the neighborhood through the deceleration of rainwater. In addition, the vegetation and afforestation also contributes to an improvement of the local microclimate.

Reduction on the

infrastructure of the neighborhood through soil permeability and reuse rainwater

Water tank for

rainwater reuse

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SUGGESTED PROCESS FOR INCREMENTAL EXPANSION It is suggested to use constructive method similar to that of the ‘original’ house, so that there is greater optimization and ease of maintenance.

1) Self-supporting concrete block

structure gives continuity to modulation existing in the house;

2) Prefabricated slab, oriented

longitudinally to the ground, eliminates the need for structural reinforcements;

3) The aluminum mullion can be removed

from its original position and serve as the window for the future room after expansion.

‘HYDRAULIC WALL’ The wall adjacent to the lot’s boundary serves as the main distribution plane for the house’s hydraulic systems: it

receives all the countertops (kitchen and bathroom), tank, shower, toilet,

water reuse cistern (reduction of demand on the urban infrastructure of the neighborhood)

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FAÇADE-FILTER The facade was conceived as a plane of integration and transition between the movement of the streets and the most intimate routine of the interior of the houses - and as a climate-friendly infrastructure. The facade thus serves as a filter between the public space and the interior of the houses, while ensuring the formation of a living and sustainable urban landscape. 1) The screen serves to reduce sunshine, in addition to filtering the view of the internal space, ensuring abundant ventilation and lighting. It also serves as a support for plants. 2) The metal screen can be opened with a accordion system

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SOCIAL HOUSING IN CEILÂNDIA: Type: Multi-Family Building Dimensions: 140 Apartments of 51m2 (42.5m2 of net internal area), 8 of them being apt for disable. 31 Commercial units from 40 to 45m2, resulting in 1375m2 2468m2 free building area (40%) 11.746m2 total built area Status: 2nd place in competition Year: 2017 Team: Felipe Guimarães, Priscila Coli, Cauê Capillé

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MORPHOLOGY

NEIGHBORHOOD

Architectural layout and the shape of public

The complex of B1 and B2 lots is divide in 4 neighborhood units of 35

spaces.

apartments each

defines both interior spaces

MORPHOLOGY AND WINDS

COMMERCE AND ACCESSES

Each Neighborhood unit is formed by 4 “typical building” in the shape

commercial front and

Main streets receive pedestrian access.

Local

of slats intercalated

streets have residences

and integrated by open

on the ground level and

circulation, guaranteeing

vehicular access to the

cross ventilation and

complex.

natural lighting for all apartments.

ECONOMY AND ENVIRONMENT.

GROUND FLOOR AND CONVIVIAL. The proposed buildings function as urban articulation infrastructures. On the one hand, they respond to the movement of the main streets through the creation of spaces for commerce, aiming to intensify and guarantee the flourishing of a local economy. On the other hand, they act as a connection between different parts of the neighborhood and, through the semi-public squares and courtyards, provide social integration and a feeling of belonging. It is worth noting the protagonism of the pedestrian in the design of public spaces, stimulating the conviviality and the encounters. We took care that the proposed building respected the notion of public and private, which commonly corresponds to the floor (public) and upper floors (private), but we try to dilute this rigid separation on the ground floor. Residents and passers-by interact through visual and spatial fluidity between semi-public courtyards, sidewalks and squares. As we have said, a housing program is capable of functioning as a mechanism of urban and social restructuring, offering new ways of living, of getting around, of being in the public space, of being a citizen.

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The buildings intercalate three-story buildings (facing the local streets) and four–story (main streets), to form a sequence of four blocks perpendicular to each other. 140 apartments are designed throughout the complex (lots B1 and B2). The voids generated between the buildings guarantee unobstructed view, crossing prevailing winds and natural lighting to all apartments. The voids also generate internal courtyards between the blocks: living areas to the residents. Several devices were adopted to protect the building from direct sunlight and cross ventilation was ensured in all residential units. The facades most affected by the sun were protected with sunscreens of different types: aluminum shutters, ceramic tiles and sections were recessed by the layout of the building itself.

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CONJUNTO P1 e P2

CONJUNTO F1 eF2

Local streets have residences on the ground level and vehicle accesses to the Neighborhood unit (indicated in blue)

Internal semi-public

courtyard provides living areas for residents

Squares

Main

connect the main streets to the more subtle routine of local roads

streets have commercial ground floor

CONJUNTO Q1 e Q2

Bus Terminal

URBAN PLAN / ROOFTOP PLAN In addition to the pre existing context, the project also carefully considered the

0 10

20

50m

urban plan drawn for the neighborhood

FORMATION OF NEIGHBORHOOD UNITS.

DESIGN AND URBAN CONTEXT. The scale of the proposed buildings dialogues with the scale of the existing dwellings in the surroundings. The blocks are conformed by four low-rise buildings (fourstory high) and a plaza that connects the shopping streets to the residential streets through the buildings. In addition to the pre existing context, the project also considered carefully and deeply the urban plan drawn for the neighborhood. In particular, we consider the hierarchy of local roads and main roads - which imply different scales, commercial layout and access position in the proposed building - as well as the connection with transport infrastructures (bus station) and leisure facilities (squares and Pequizeiro linear park) - which imply an increase in the flow of residents in the roads that lead to these areas (valuation of commercial points, demand for the use of the bicycle lane, etc.). Another feature of the implementation of buildings on the ground is that their configuration discourages the placement of fences or walls in the external areas, reinforcing the potential for social integration among residents of the neighborhood.

It is understood as a great challenge of the project the creation of spaces that encourage a sense of community and the notion of belonging. For the development of qualitative spaces, the compositions of the new buildings conform free areas within a spatial hierarchy, generating urban shortcuts, in order to guarantee the permeability of the whole, offering inviting and safe areas. These spaces are designed to function in a multipurpose way, allowing the insertion of various non-predetermined community activities, which come from the local population itself. Some imagined possibilities of use are: fairs, assemblies, cultural festivals and sports activities. The sidewalks around the sets are configured as areas of greater soil permeability, thus counting with higher vegetation density and providing adequate shade to the walk. The neighborhood units are composed of a group of compact and well-ventilated buildings that are organized around an internal courtyard (semi-public) and have external spaces of public character.

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Lot B1

Lot B2

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

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30m

2 apartments for disabled per neighborhood unit (8 in the complex of lots B1 and B2). Commercial units have between 40 to

HOUSING AND ACCESSIBILITY.

DWELL.

A total of 140 apartments are designed for the whole complex. In the ground floor, the main streets receive commercial front and pedestrian entrance; on the other hand the local streets have residential ground floor and entrances of vehicles and pedestrian; 8 of these apartments on the ground floor are planned for disabled (two per block). There are 72 parking spaces in total (8 for disabled) An important factor to be emphasized is the fact that the car parking spaces are not in the projection of the residential units. In other words, the internal design of the apartments was not required to follow a modulation imposed by the size of a car. Quite the contrary, the internal environments have their dimensions and spatial interrelationship in order to respect Brazilian ways of living. In addition, if we consider the parking lot usage schedules, It is possible to imagine that the space destined to parking spots can be used as an extension of the common areas of conviviality of the complex.

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45m2 and a total of 1375m2. 4 semi-public courtyards of 400m2 Pedestrian Access Vehicle access

The four neighborhood units that form the complex follow the same concept: the bedrooms and living room are facing the streets, guaranteeing a higher incidence of natural light and privacy and the service spaces with high openings are oriented towards the internal courtyard, where the common circulations are. An open common corridor serves as a mechanism for interaction between neighbors, in addition to ensuring natural lighting in all rooms and cross ventilation in the apartment. In social housing projects, in addition to benefiting a larger number of families and reducing the cost of implementing the project, density means conviviality and potential for urban transformation through the formation of a local economy. This was achieved by optimization of the spaces generating compact modules, which guarantee a positive high demographic density without giving up the comfort and privacy of the apartments. The internal spaces meet the minimum measures required without compromising the quality of spaces and accessibility.

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INTERIOR OF THE COMPLEX The scale of the buildings are more appropriate for local streets with smaller buildings (three-story) and with residences on the ground floor. The vehicle access is placed on these streets.

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INTERIOR OF A NEIGHBORHOOD UNIT The neighborhood units are composed of a group of compact

and well-ventilated buildings that are organized around an internal courtyard (semi-public) and have external spaces

of public character.

The common corridor is open and around

the internal courtyard, since it serves as a mechanism for interaction between neighbors

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INTERIOR OF AN APARTMENT Dimensions and spatial interrelations of the internal spaces respect and stimulate the Brazilian way of living, besides guaranteeing wide cross ventilation and natural lighting.

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One apartment

Common Areas (Covered corridors)

FLOOR PLAN OF THE 1ST AND 2ND FLOORS Neighborhood units floor plan (12 apartments per floor) 0

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6

10m

Indication of possibility of elevator next to the stairs

Water Tank FLOOR PLAN OF THE 3RD FLOOR Neighborhood units floor plan (6 apartments per floor) 0

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APARTMENT PLAN | 51,04M2

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DISABLED APARTMENT PLAN | 51,04M2

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Solar energy for water heating

Well-lit and

ventilated horizontal circulation around an internal courtyard is also a place for meetings

Local streets with

apartments on the ground floor, and height of the building reduced to approximate the proposed urbanization scale

Water tank on the

stairs provide for the structure and facilitate access to property maintenance

Main access on the

joint of the shopping streets

Commercial stripe

facing the streets where greater movement is expected

Neighborhood units

consisting of blocks of

35 apartments facilitate the management of

Common spaces

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ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIAL SUSTAINABILITY. At its various scales, the project is designed to respond to environmental and social demands of the site. Its units have natural lighting in all environments, cross ventilation and shading of facades through indentations and shutters. The buildings also have systems for solar water heating and reuse of rainwater. Rainwater collection is also done in the external areas and in the parking lots, both paved in Concrete masonry with grass, thus contributing to the reduction on the need of the city infrastructure through the deceleration of rainwater. The proposed permeability encourages and accommodates various activities of a community character that will emerge from the inhabitants. These spaces have temporary elements - such as fair structures - and other fixed elements that will work at the same time as shared micro infrastructures and appropriated structures.

Aluminum window frame

Structural ceramic masonry

LOCAL PARTICIPATION The proposed construction system, as well as the chosen structural and coating materials, favors the use of local manpower and materials. In this way, the project contributes to sustainable social development with its surroundings, reducing transport costs for the project and strengthening the local economy.

Aluminum venetian blind

Prefabricated slab

CONSTRUCTIVE METHOD The constructive method consists of self-supporting structural masonry (ceramic structural masonry). Among the many advantages of this method, we can mention: it streamlines the work, reduces the amount of labor required (because it already works as a finished wall) reduces the waste in the construction site (without formwork). In the commercial ground floor, we achieved larger spans with the use of prefabricated concrete elements (beams and pillars) in order to receive the load from the floors above.

Prefabricated

concrete pillars and beams

Shop window

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SOCIAL HOUSING IN SOL NASCENTE: Typology: Multifamily building Dimensions: 532 apartments of 42,68m2 14 apartments of 58,04m2 22.050,00m2 designed free area of building

2,361.50 m2 of constructed area per lot

33,061.00 m2 of total constructed area

Status: 3rd place in competition Year: 2016 Team: Felipe Guimarães, Priscila Coli, Miriam Lins, Nubia Nemézio and Bruno Caio.

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NEIGHBORHOOD UNIT

ACCESS

The apartment units

Access is generated by

comprise small blocks that

suppressing a housing

FRACTIONATION AND ADDITION (+ 1,5M)

CONVIVIALITY AREAS

make up a neighborhood

well-ventilated buildings,

The building free spaces (internal courtyard and public boulevards)

determined by a portal

unit are physically

were designed with the

conforming inner

that marks the entrance

separated by circulation,

objective of creating a

which ensures cross

conviviality area for the

ventilation. In the

residents.

are grouped in compact and

unit, this void is then

courtyards (semi-public) and external spaces of public character.

The four buildings that

facade a frame in balance protects the windows of the direct sunlight.

NEIGHBORHOOD AND SOCIAL CONNECTIONS The Sol Nascente project weaves the union between two distinct situations: on the one hand, the urban network composed of single-family dwellings, on the other, land destined to public equipment of greater territorial size. They organize themselves with the objective of attending a program of strong social sense, the relationships they create with the street and the possibility of hosting local urban programs such as festivities, fairs and other small temporary events, making the transition between the use. Eventually, these spaces could house local income generation programs. One of the main objectives of the project is the formation of a sense of neighborhood making the new dwellings a silent seam of the preexisting situation in order to strengthen the urban routes between the lots, reinforcing the appropriation and maintenance of the buildings and their free areas.

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IDENTITY AND LEGIBILITY In this context, the dwelling’s project receive a typical architectural solution arranged to suit each lot, without heroic formalisms. Contrasting the uniformity of the buildings is designed a hierarchy of free spaces that will be composed of pedestrian and internal pedestrian routes that act as urban shortcuts. Thus, public spaces are able to dispose of their own identities from the reading given by their inhabitants and this will be generated not by the differentiation of form between one block and another, but by the programs applied to the external spaces that dialogue with each other. Each lot receives an internal patio accessed by a porch that marks its entrance. This patio has as strategy to reinforce the sense of belonging and referential of the residents with each building; it is a place that will be associated with the daily movement of arriving home.

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URBAN PLAN / ROOFTOP PLAN North

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1. Programmatic connectors 2. Urban Shortcuts 3. Public equipment

1

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Access to parking space Main access

APPROPRIATION OF PUBLIC SPACES The appropriation of public spaces by everyday activities is something desirable and a bet that is not always within the reach of those who idealize the public spaces. But it is known that the scale, the proportions, the design and the feeling of comfort in these spaces could be determinant for that to occur. The measures adopted were in the direction of trying to create a diversity of spaces, always of local size and scale, easily appropriated, that could generate different opportunities, and inhibit the use of fences, which would segregate spaces. They are two main movements in this direction, the first was to group the buildings in a neighborhood unit, composed of small blocks, groups of well-ventilated compact buildings around a courtyard, the second, to semi-burying the parking lot. This measure of grouping them together with the decision to semi-burrow the parking permits with the free area the conformation of

internal courtyards and public spaces. Another feature of this implementation of the buildings on the ground is that their configuration discourages the placement of fences in the external areas, intended for integration with the neighborhood. Another advantage of the semi-buried garage was to maintain the visual connection between spaces creating more security for users. Despite of the visual connection, the privacy is guaranteed: the building is elevated 1.50 m while the garage area descends 1,50m. The proposed permeability encourages and accommodates various activities of a community character that will emerge from the inhabitants. These spaces have temporary elements such as fair structures and other fixed structures that will work at the same time as shared micro-infrastructures and appropriable elements such as stands that retain rainwater.

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Reuse of rain water Solar energy for

water heating

Collection and

reuse of rainwater

Rainwater retention

URBAN LONGITUDINAL SECTION PLAN

Reuse, capture and retention of rainwater / Solar energy capture

Cross ventilation in

all units

URBAN CROSS SECTION PLAN

guaranteeing lighting quality

Individual shafts for

lighting and ventilation

Natural Ventilation and Lighting

FORMATION OF NEIGHBORHOOD UNITS It is understood as a great challenge of the project the creation of spaces that encourage a sense of community and the notion of belonging. To do so, the compositions of the new buildings conform free areas within a spatial hierarchy, generating urban shortcuts, in order to guarantee the permeability of the whole, offering inviting and safe areas. These spaces use the concept of polyvalence: they allow the insertion of several community activities not predetermined, but chosen by the local population. Some possibilities of uses are free fairs, assemblies, cultural celebrations and sports activities that can be accommodated in the central axes. The spaces directed to the existing roads (of wider sidewalks) are configured as areas of greater soil permeability, thus counting with a higher density of vegetation, providing adequate shade to the walk and contributing to pedestrian use.

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Direct sun protection

CLIMATE ADEQUACY AND SUSTAINABILITY A strong perceived demand is that the project should be environmentally responsive, so as to prioritize the climatic adequacy and rationalization of natural resources due to the environmental fragility of the area, inserted in a warm and dry climate, with strong droughts, at the same time as it is affected by floods. Some strategies used were: rainwater catchment and retention; reuse of gray water; use of solar heating panels; solar protection of the facades as well as the improvement of lighting quality through solar trays and internal shaft. All units proposed allow cross ventilation. In order to make feasible the design gestures, the elected constructive systems aim the economy. Masonry of structural ceramic bricks are a economical solution since there is no need for finishing materials, or expensive machinery. The masonry walls are supported over precast trussed slabs of the ground floor.

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MAIN ACCESS Each lot receives an internal patio accessed by a porch that This patio has as strategy to reinforce the

marks its entrance.

sense of belonging and referential of the residents with each building; it is a place that will be associated with the daily movement of arriving home.

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Solar energy for water heating

Horizontal Circulation between Courtyards with external visas

Air Circulation between

Ribbed slab serves as

independent buildings

a transition slab to structural masonry

Structural Ceramic masonry

Lattice precast slab

Accessible ramp to ground floor

Protected staircase

Vegetated slopes reducing retaining walls

Inner Courtyard

Vehicle access ramp Aluminum frames

Access porch

suitable for the housing category

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Aluminum blinds


Structural ceramic masonry

Structural ceramic masonry

Tilting window Fair-faced Concrete finish

Light tray

Shutter rail Concrete masonry with grass

Aluminum blinds Wire screen

CONSTRUCTIVE METHOD Composed in such a way as to have in the modulation of the facades a rhythm that dialogues with the existing scale of the single-family dwellings of the surroundings, the buildings are arranged in the form of neighborhood units and open spaces connectors, forming an urban hierarchy of transition areas between public and private spaces. The blocks were designed from compositions that respected the legal parameters, especially regarding the minimal frontal distance of each lot to the street. The ribbed slab serves as the radier foundation for the structural ceramic masonry. This, in turn, serves as support for the slab manufactured in loco that is hoisted already ready on the masonry At its various scales the project is designed to respond to environmental demands of the site. Its units rely on cross ventilation and shadings on the facades through frames and shutters and indirect lighting through light shelves. The buildings also have building systems for solar water heating and reuse of gray water; rainwater collection is also done in the external areas and in the parking lots, both paved in Concrete masonry with grass, thus contributing to the reduction on the need of the city infrastructure and the deceleration of rainwater.

Aluminum frames painted in black

Fixed frame

FACADE CROSS SECTION DETAIL Movable shutter system and light shelves that provide protection against direct lighting, but ensuring ventilation and indirect lighting

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INTERIOR OF A NEIGHBORHOOD UNIT All housing units have access through the courtyard that is

conformed by the horizontal circulation of the unit, forming

a pan-optical space, which encourages the meeting between the residents

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INTERIOR OF AN APARTMENT The apartment is well ventilated by a cross ventilation, possible through tall windows facing the courtyard

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Internal courtyard +0,00

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GROUND FLOOR PLAN +1,5 M 8 two bedroom apartments all for disabled + 1 three bedroom apartment 0 1 1

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8 adaptable units of 42,68m2 per lot. 30 units of 42,68 per lot. Generous spaces with the preservation of an intimate area in relation to the social

2,68

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area of the apartment.

In accordance with NBR 9050 and NBR 15575 0

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SNOW CLONE: Typology: Temporary Installations Dimensions: 155m2 of possible area of intervention

5 cabins of dimensions: 1.20x1,20x2.70 Status: Finalist in competition Year: 2015 Team: Sage and Coombe Architects

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INTERACTION 01 - SETTING THE SCENE

The mysterious objects lined up in the

square ring like obsolete phone booths.

In addition to the sound, they light up identifying where the call comes from.

SNOW CLONE The term Snow clone is a neologism for an instantly recognizable, time-worn, quotable -- and often misquoted -- phrase or sentence that can be used in many different ways and in many different contexts. Like an epigram or a cliché, a Snow clone is witty, ingenious, often paradoxical, and at times flirtatious. Snow clone, a proposal that placed second in the Van Alen Institute’s 2nd annual Flatiron Plaza Holiday Competition, is a rumination on the death of an icon of 20th-century urban infrastructure: the public telephone booth. The proposal, intentionally dated, is

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also an extension of the verbal system of a snow clone to architectural and aural forms. Flatiron District visitors can pick up phones in re-imagined phone booths along the edge of 5th Avenue and listen to “seemingly familiar” messages from Dorothy Parker, Oscar Wilde, Alexander Pope, Shakespeare, and others. They can also be spontaneously connected to one another, making the glowing booths an ideal setting for serendipitous encounters.

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INTERACTION 02 - THE MEDIUM IS THE MESSAGE

Visitors can pick up the phone and listen to “seemingly familiar” messages from

FLATIRON SQUARE The flatiron, in its heyday, was home to the extraordinarily successful publishing empire of frank Munsey. Figures like Horatio Alger Jr. And Edgar rice Burroughs (with a series about two characters named Tarzan and Jane who lived a carefree life in the jungle) were contributors. In other words, it was a factory for the creation of American popular culture. So the comic strip/ cartoon layout here is marvelously of a piece with multiple archetypes that have been part of the area’s history. Alfred Stieglitz said of his iconic photograph of the flatiron: it seemed to be moving towards him “like the

Dorothy Parker, Oscar Wilde, Alexander Pope, Shakespeare and so on.

bow of a monster ocean steamer, a picture of the new America, which was in the making.” Stieglitz’s
father
was
walking
down fifth
avenue and
bumped into
his son, who
was standing
in front of the
flatiron. “how can
you be interested in that hideous building?” His father asked. Alfred replied, “why, pa, it is not hideous but the new America. The flatiron is to the United States what the Parthenon is to Greece.” There is something ghostly and spectral about the famous Stieglitz and Steichen photos of the flatiron. The snow clone project – both in its relation to the flatiron and the history of the telephone – taps into a pervasive sense of

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INTERACTION 03 - UNEXPECTED ENCOUNTERS

They can also be spontaneously connected to each other, making the

echoes, reverberations, hauntings Thomas j. Watson, Alexander graham bell’s collaborator and the first person to speak on the telephone, was also a spiritualist and native of Salem. As Avital Ronell puts it the telephone book: “the telephonic seed, remember, was planted in Salem.” That sense of the unexpected -- waiting for the unknown voice or message -- that we associate with picking up the phone partly developed from an older world of séances, table tapping and spiritualism Now the snow clone booths shimmer in Madison square, witnesses to a transitional era between the

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bright cabins an ideal setting for unexpected encounters.

NYC pay phone and the WI-Fi hot spot. Ghostly and anticipatory. Nostalgic and Divinatory. All of which is part and parcel of the general uncanniness of the place, this acute angle jutting into a square
– a geometric provocation that created such a wind tunnel that people were afraid the building couldn’t withstand the pressure. As a consequence the structure was reinforced far beyond any standard requirements. The flatiron itself may be
said to constitute another kind
of snow clone in so far as the NY city building code sets up a kind of algorithm, which gives us the modern skyscraper. The footprint of a building sets in motion its

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INTERACTION 03 - UNEXPECTED ENCOUNTERS

In addition, a third booth can ring and

connect the conversation that has begun,

own repetition and variation with freaky mutations like the flatiron Repetition, variation, mutation. The zoology of forms: phone booth, clichés, skyscrapers. Each of these forms colliding at this intersection, this traffic island, this triangle floating at the edge of a square. The geometries of urbanism, Design, language, social life... A competition for public art ideally estranges the familiar in ways that allows the present to be constructed in different ways. It’s an excavation, which disturbs the layers of the site. In the process buried forms and

expanding the ability of interaction between visitors.

possibilities are Resurrected and throng the air... ...like voices at a séance… …or the sound of telephones ringing... ...in a glowing booth... ...on a dark night.

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INTERACTION 04 - A PICTURE WORTH A THOUSAND WORDS At night and in moments where the phone rings are not timely, they simply turn into a lights show with synchronized lighting

INTERACTION 05 - LIGHT PROJECTIONS In addition to lighting, simple projections tell stories and draw attention to everyday life.

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INTERACTION 06 - SHOWS AND EVENTS They serve as a backdrop for concerts and events that can happen in the heart of the square.

SITE PLAN The objects will be installed at the edge of the square, freeing the interior for the events and referring to the buildings of the fifth avenue.

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Resin Panel top with optional etched number

LED lght Strip Resin panel ceiling to conceal lighting, processor and projector cavity

Micro projector, motion detector, processor and astronomical clock

Translucent resin panels

flush mounted from exterior to conceal metal frame

Projection on Resin Panel Metal tube frame Handset

Stainless steel tamper

resistant screws countersunk into resin panels

Wiring to other snow clone booths

Metal posts welded to metal base plate

Sand base for leveling metal base plate on site.

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COMANDANTE FERRAZ ANTARCTIC STATION: Typology: Institutional building Dimensions: 3,760.10m2 of built area Status: Not built /

Project for national

João Figueiredo Tiago Tardin Rodrigo Fabian Escobar Structure: Leonardo Perazzo Wind and Solar Energy: Antônio Claudio Abreu

competition

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Year: 2013

Thermal and Acoustic Comfort: Lygia Nyemeier

Location: Keller Peninsula, Antarctica

Hydro sanitary Installations: Marilda Azevedo

Architecture team: Zeca Franco Felipe Guimarães Priscila Coli Lina Correa Sara Vargues

Mechanical Engineering: Roberto Brancher

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Air conditioning: Pedro Sutton


Comandante Ferraz Antarctic Station

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SITE - ABSTRACT PLACE

PRE-EXISTENCES

INVISIBLE LIMITS

EXISTING PATHWAYS

NODAL REGION

SITE GUIDELINES

SITE The snowy coast where the new Comandante Ferraz Antarctic Station will be built, represents a great challenge for architects use to urban spaces, historical constructed landmarks, visible limits, traffic and crowds. Efficient materials, manufacturing and assembly technologies, comfort without waste, appropriate constructive reasons and extra care with a fragile context were important determinants of the proposed architecture. The implantation of the main building took into account the limits imposed by zoning, the topography, the path of the sun, the prevailing winds, the existing set of diesel oil tanks, the north and south lakes, the sea and the space occupied by the primitive heliport and the primitive station. Taken together these elements make sense, allowing an understanding of the site as a place that has history and

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suggests hypotheses. There are boundaries, invisible or not, but they exist. These elements will join the first and condition the composition of the architecture. The linear development of the plan, parallel to the west side of zone 1 and equidistant of the heliport and fuel tanks, resulted in the best direction for the use of the land. The confrontation of this solution with the requirements of daylighting demonstrated the wisdom of the chosen position. The deviation of the major axis of the construction in approximately 20 degrees toward the northeast allows sunlight to reached the east and west facades in equal amounts. The development of the building in confrontation with the rising topography to south, resulted in a solution for the building in levels in great harmony with the zoning.

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SITE PLAN

The implantation of the main building took into account the limits imposed by zoning, the

topography, the path of the sun, the prevailing winds, and the pre existing installations.

CONSTRUCTIVE METHODS

DISPOSITION OF SEGMENTS The importance of the social block in the proposed complex is functional and symbolic. To accommodate the building into the topography it was made a solution in two levels, the dormitories is in the upper floor and the laboratories are in the lower level. The social block have both levels and articulate both floors. Thus, with a different geometry it is highlighted in the complex and assumes the role of the main entrance. The main building is linear and segmented, it is served by a hallway that cross the entire building in its largest dimension connecting all three blocks: Social, laboratories and dormitories. The segmentation of the building attends safety requirements, the topography and also helps the organization of uses flows through the building; it also allows different uses in the winter and the summer, as in the winter no research is made, this blocks could be closed decreasing the usage of heating in this period of the year.

The architecture of the high blocks, safe from the accumulation of the winter snows, will condition the design of the structure. The system has a transverse crosssection in a birch-shaped gantry and longitudinal bracing in the assembly sequence. The foundations, in surface shoes simply supported on the ground, are manufactured by single block casting. They will be connected to the pillars by flat keyed pins. From there, the lighter structural assembly will be developed in facade and roof planes according to longitudinal components in vierendel beam and transverse prouvĂŠ frames surmounted by a set of main and secondary beams equal to those used in the floor plane. On-site assembly, in dry connections, will dispense equipment such as welding machines, blowpipes and even drills. The goal is to control waste.

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01 - hall 02 - Drying room 03 - Visitor’s cabin 04 - Chief’s cabin 05 - Store and mail 10 - Gym with toilets deposits and cleaning deposits. 11 - Kitchen and bakery with warehouse, cold chamber, solid waste and lavatory 17 - LAN house 18 - Surgical center with lavatory 19 - Nursery + Medicine rack 20 - Biological testing laboratory 22 - Emergency accommodation 23 - dinning and living with lavatories 24 - Bioscience laboratory 25 - Frozen samples storage 26 - Laboratories (common use/chemistry /molecular biology/microbiology) 28 - Solid waste and lab cleaning depot 33 - Skis and mountaineering warehouse 34 - Laundry 35 - SECOM, CEC, fire control 36 - Radio Station 37 - CEDOC 38 - Woodwork 39 - electronic and woodworking

MODULE

SYSTEM + EXPANSION

SEGMENTATION

VARIATION

BUILDING FLOWS

DISTRIBUTOR OF FLOWS

ENTRANCES

SECTORIZATION

SUMMER USAGE

WINTER USAGE

workshops

43 - Engine depot 44 - Main warehouse 45 - Cold Chamber 47 - Power generation (no break/room panels / pumps / boiler/emergency generators) 52 - Solid waste storage 53 - Maintenance room 54 - Oil pick up and drop off 55 - Sewage treatment station 57 - Deputy chief stateroom 58 - Deputy stateroom 59 - Staterooms 60 - Video room 61 - Refectory 61a - Living room 62 - Video conferencing+Lavatories 63 - Library 65 - Fat box 66 - Screening 67 - Anteroom 68 - Sediment washing room 69 - Research storage 70 - Incinerator 71 - 18.000 L water tank

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SEGMENTATION OF THE BUILDINGS The segmentation of the building attends safety requirements, the variations of land in sub zero temperatures and also helps the organization of uses flows through the building.

The

segmentation also allowed different uses in the winter and the summer.

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SUPPORT SYSTEM The station building should be suspended as the snow level rises in the winter and should not block access. The contact with the ground is by a metallic shoe labeled.

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04 - High beam / plate bent 05 - High beam / truss 06 - bracing Bars 07 - Vierendel Beam 08 - Prouvé Porch

09 - Floor Panels 10 - Bathroom module 11 - Facade Panel / stainless steel 12 - Internal Partition / plaster

pórtico

Secondary beam

Pillar Securing pin

viga principal treliça

Shoe

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DETAIL03

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Cross bracing

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CREATIVE INDUSTRY HOUSE - FIRJAN: Typology: Institutional Building Dimensions: 5,000 m2 Status: 2nd place in competition Year: 2012 Team: Ivo Mareines, Rafael Patalano, Felipe Guimarães, Flavia Lima and Bruno D’Acri.

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MAIN GUIDELINES

COURTYARD

FREE GROUND FLOOR

TRANSPARENCY OF THE BUILDING TOWARDS THE STREET

VERTICAL CIRCULATION + SANITARY

COVERED TERRACE

FOOTPRINT VS. GREEN ROOF

MAIN GUIDELINES This project is the result of a national architectural competition hosted by FIRJAN (Federation of Industries of the State of Rio de Janeiro) ; and it got the second prize. It is a cultural and administrative center for this institution, in the traditional and historic neighborhood of Botafogo, on land adjacent to the Lineu de Paula Machado mansion, a beautiful building protected by heritage. The two main guidelines for our project “Casa Firjan da Indústria Creativa” were contextualization and sustainability. The first decision to be made was to maintenance of a group of large trees located approximately in the center of the land to be harnessed. In this way a “u” construction is defined with an internal courtyard open towards the fallen mansion and its gardens. One of the facades that define this patio aligns with the back facade of the listed building to create a connection between the new and the old. Another clue brought from the mansion was the gray roof of the main facade of the mansion, which added to

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the idea of ​​manipulating the symbolic image of the factory sheds, generated the shape of the cover and the wrapper for the new building that resemble paper folds. This wrap acts as a protective skin against the sun’s rays while preventing the entry of rainwater by the use of micro perforation of the stainless steel sheets that constitute it, allowing at the same time the free passage of air. In this way the area subject to the use of air conditioning was minimized to the maximum, by the adoption of the concept of passive cooling. This is a key decision to make the building sustainable: to reduce the demand for energy On the roof, at the same time that openings allow the entrance of natural light, the internal air exhaustion occurs. This cover will capture rainwater for reuse in irrigation and toilets and be covered by vegetation to thermally insulate the environments under it. Another important feature of the plant cover is to negate the ‘heat island effect’ by reducing the impact of the foot print of the new building.

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SITE PLAN

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03 - Mobile Buildings 04 - terrace 05 - Photo-voltaic plates

PROGRAM The ground floor of the building was designed to be as free and open as possible, so as to bring the gardens of the mansion and the public space of the street as an extension of the building. This decision integrates the construction with its public and private surroundings and generously offers the visitors a new place of cultural interest for Rio de Janeiro. The ground floor is composed by an open and enclosed exhibition halls, a library and an open stepped slope space that can be converted to an auditorium. The theater / cinema was raised from the ground floor to give way space to the auditorium. In this room we perceive the possibility of permanent use, either as an auditorium or as a place of living for the users of the building. By the use of curtains it can be closed as much visually for the public as to allow the conditioning of air inside it. The theater has an acoustic glass stage background closure with a curtain-operated inner skin made of blackout fabric. With the closed black-out curtain the space has

its normal use, once open the visual connection between the interior and the gardens is made, bringing the palace and its gardens into the theater. The vertical circulation is designed by two different ways, the first is by a staircase that walks through the high ceiling of the hall and the internal courtyard to the terrace of the restaurant. From the restaurant you can access the green roof of the Firjan house and gain 360 degree views. The second is through two elevators that together with the emergency staircase and toilets compose a vertical block constructed with the material coming from the clearing of the pre-existing building on the site. The reused bricks and stones brings to the present vestiges of the past under a new perspective. In addition to avoiding waste, we add affective value and remember another symbol of the archetypal industry, the great chimneys. The new building will express through the wide use of metallic structure, often apparent, a strong factory identity.

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UNDERGROUND LEVEL PLAN -2,70 M

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10 0 5 15m 22- Access control 23- Open exhibition gallery 24- Material handling hoom 25- Enclosed exhibition callery 26- Media library 27- Technical area 28- Female and Male dressing rooms 29- Unisex special dressing room


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INTERNAL COURTYARD The decision to maintain existing trees created a crucial This free space is integrated into the garden of the existing historic building. It is an important meeting point also containing vertical

internal courtyard for the building’s operation.

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BUILDING ACCESS All the most public building programs came to the front of the A glass aquarium located to the right of the access serves as an auditorium; it is able to be open or enclosed, also being used as a seating stand. street or around the inner courtyard.

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GREEN ROOF Steel deck with 3 types of vegetation. Glass shutters between roofs. Green Roof ROOF STRUCTURE Metal lattice beams Metal perforated sheet

WINDOWS Aluminum frames and shutters with 6mm laminated glass

flamed granite

ELEVATOR + STAIR Panoramic glass elevator and a steel stair reused bricks

STONE TILING Flamed granite in a galvanized steel substructure

stainless steel sheet

BUILDING MAIN STRUCTURE Steel deck over metal beams and pillars MAIN FACADE Perforated metal sheet in a galvanized steel substructure

UNDERGROUND Retaining slabs and walls in concrete.

FOUNDATION Stake out concrete foundation

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TYPICAL COURTYARD FACADE SECTION

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GREEN ROOF DETAIL 01- Vegetation 02- Earth 03- plastic modules for green roof 04- water reservation 05- waterproofing 06- Steel-deck and concrete slab

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MARKET AT THE PORT AREA: Typology: Institutional Building Dimensions: 16,760.45 m2 of built area Status: Academic Project

Graduation final project Year: 2011 Team: Felipe GuimarĂŁes. Advisor: Pedro Engel

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Market at the Port Area

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BUILDING VS PARK

LEANING OVER

BODY TURNING

One of the first premises of

The tilting movement of

The disconnection between

the project is the symbiotic

the building over the bay has

the body and the roof allows

relationship between park and building.

The park’s movement

double performance: light is allowed to enter underneath

the body to rotate relative to the ground.

This movement

is guaranteed by the building

the viaduct behind it and the

attracts people to two paths:

program and the landscaping

shaded area in front of the

through the inside or the

quality of the building is

bay increases.

surrounding deck.

enhanced by the existence of the large park in front of it

GUIDELINES The project proposes 3 guidelines that seek to express in a drawing form the search for an institutional building capable of attracting the most different publics. The first one was to mix the uses so that the building remains open 24 hours a day. Another guideline of the project was to have generously sized entrances, windows and terraces, so that the building could constantly connect to the environment by breaking the barrier between inside and outside. The importance this is to invite people to a very seamless experience of enjoying the advantages of being outside with the feeling of being inside. The last concern was with the flow of people; the bulky building blocks the view of the bay within the urban grid, its position is chosen to fit in to the urban grid and reduce the impact. For this reason, one of the jobs was to understand the existing flows and design some others to make it easier for people to cross to the site. From the formal point of view 3 major movements converge to achieve these desires, the first of them was to free space in front of the building for a large park,

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seeking a symbiotic relationship between the two. The tilting movement of the building over the bay has double performance: it ensures the light underneath the viaduct behind it and increases shaded area in front of the bay, with a large roof that projects over the deck. Finally, a strategy of disconnecting the building body from its roof allows it to rotate relative to the other and also to the bay’s edge line. The result is a series of architectural opportunities that begin with the bifurcation of two possible routes to enter the building, by the bay or by its interior. This move brings some tension with the insinuation of the bay promenade competing equally with the main access of the market. The edge of the port area of ​​Rio de Janeiro is marked by a rhythm determined by the existing sheds. The project proposes to break the uniformity of this rhythm with its implementation. As a result, the building stands out on the quayside as a focal point at the end of the waterfront and creates together with the museum of tomorrow a waterfront promenade.

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Passeio da zona portuária Início / meio

CONTEXT This site is part of a bigger project called “wonder Port”, a project of the city hall with the aim of stimulating the occupation of the region. It was launched in 2011 as a consequence of the Olympic Games and the World Cup. According to this plan this land is intended to be a park. The market project critically intervenes in the city hall project. The first criticism resides on the exclusive use as a leisure area. That does not fully meet the needs of the local population. On the other hand, a market with its constant use could attract more people and increase the performance of the park. The park’s movement is guaranteed by the building program and the scenic quality of the building is enhanced by the existence of the large park in front of it. Transport in the region is still very incipient, the area serves only as a passage, which helps in its degradation. The existing viaduct, which is an important connecting road to the city was maintained, but this is one of the main elements that reinforce the isolation of the region. So it

was important to give an answer to the crossing between the urban fabric and the border not only physically but visually. In this sense the movements of turning the body of the building and leaning it over the edge reverberate as a contextual decision: Visually the market would block the view of the border, but with the implantation determined by the existing grid this problem is reduced and with that the turn gains another positive consequence, it is possible to see the main entrance of the market from the other side of the viaduct, besides the visual connection, physically the passage was facilitated and reinforced with a wide catwalk designed as a continuation of the building. This connects the city to the coast and therefore to the market. Another important flow to be maintained was the continuity of the waterfront walkway, amplified with the same movement of turning the body of the market. Despite the large market presence, marking the end of the dock, the continuation was preserved by twisting the building and designing a large deck that connects from side to side.

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PROGRAM RELATIVE TO OPENING HOURS The program was designed to keep the complex running 24 hours a day. The first decision in this sense, as was seen, was to join the program of the park and the market in this site that was once only meant to be a free and leisure area. This proposal was then extended into the market. These programs needed to work together, and they needed different schedules to compose the building. The importance of this also goes through the understanding of the needs of the place, that does not have a local commerce capable of serving the region and in addition, has a great potential for a night life with events and parties.

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The daytime use is guaranteed by the very waterfront, supported by the park and by the great roof that advances on the seashore. Thus promoting a large area with shade, with balconies and terraces next to the bay, ensuring that the market is a pleasant place for long meals, the main objective of the projected object. On the upper levels these balconies and terraces also include bars and places for parties, preserving the port’s vocation for nightlife. The market itself closes the cycle since the arrival of the merchandise begins still at dawn, starting to populate the market, and extends through the morning until the beginning of the afternoon.

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ROOF Wood curved shape beams Steel deck roof Wood lining

METALLIC STRUCTURE Metal pillars hyperboloid shape

FACADE Metal perforated sheet with metal structure

night club

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INTERIOR OF THE MARKET The market is the rightful passage for those who travel along the seafront. The main atrium has triple high ceiling and is characterized by a series of bridges and crossings that connect the diverse attractions of the market.

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CEILING The great inner space of the market is marked by great amount of natural light coming from great skylights that accompany the movement of the roof.

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Base smaller than the top

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Set of pillars twisted

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HYPERBOLIC PILLAR An important constructive feature of the project were the pillars of market. The project needed a structure that were able to support the beams in several points, but it could not touch the ground in such many places that would preclude the market to exist. Therefore the metal structure needed to have the base smaller than the top and so needed to have a way to stabilize itself. After some studies the solution based on a hyperboloid brought to the pillar the stability needed and concentrated the supports on a smaller number of points liberating the ground floor for its activities.

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MORE OF THE SAME: Typology: Institutional building Dimensions: Modular structures of 1.25 x 2.50 x 2.50 Status: 1st place in national competition

Year: 2010 Team: Felipe GuimarĂŁes, Priscila Coli and Bianca Freitas.

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URBAN SCALE

BUILDING SCALE

EXISTING MONONUCLEAR CONDITION

INTERVENTION IN MODERNIST BUILDING This project faces the difficult task of restructuring the common areas of a modernist icon, the building that houses the Architecture and Urbanism College (FAU) of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ). This project aims to meet two main demands that were identified in the analysis of the problem: A question of scale and a matter of extreme sectorization of the building. The modernist scale of the city diverges from the human scale, in which the individual is minimized by the monumentality of axes and distances to be traveled. Something similar is perceived in the approach to the building, the monumental scale of the pilotis keeps the individual without identity. The modernist defense of the sectorization, especially when analyzed within the building generates difficulties to its use, increasing displacements. This difficulty has been softened by several programmatic patches that, without proper planning, interfere with the modern building, de-characterizing it.

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PROPOSED SCALE

PROPOSED POLYNUCLEAR CONDITION

MODULAR STRUCTURES This project attacks both problems with a simple modular structure that can adapt to different programs and contexts. From the point of view of the scales the proposal is more readily related to the human being, it can be implemented strategically in accesses and places where the flow of people are more intense, receiving and welcoming the users. Without undervaluing the historical context, which values the extreme sectorization in which the FAU was built, these modular interventions would serve different uses that can thus be spread generating new nuclei and reducing distances, while maintaining the original structure and plan intact. The idea is to aesthetically unify the necessary interventions for the current and future activities of the building without changing its original characteristics. These structures act dynamically in space, and may expand or even cease to exist if necessary.

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food court + events square

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EXISTING FLUX OF PEOPLE

APPLYING THE MODULES Initially these modules should be applied inside the building as small support services. In the future, it is imagined that they go beyond the boundaries of the FAU, acting on all terrain around the building with restrooms, coffee shops, bicycle lifts, and whatever activity they carry.

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The idea with this, besides supporting the academic community, is to attenuates the monumental modernist scale present in the UFRJ campus. Since the modules are versatile for various uses they can replace various patches that unduly occupy the structure of the building, thus spreading over floors.

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INAPPROPRIATE OCCUPATIONS Map of all the inappropriate occupations throughout the preserved building

FACADE

8TH FLOOR 7TH FLOOR Restaurant Bathroom 6TH FLOOR Stationary store Bathroom 5TH FLOOR Coffee shop Bathroom 4TH FLOOR Stationary store Bathroom 3RD FLOOR Book store Bathroom

MEZZANINE Library

GROUND FLOOR Restaurants Coffee Book store Printer Stationary store

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BOOK STORE Example of the use of the module as a bookstore. In this case the modules will have wheels, hinges and handles. Thus they will work as shelving-chests that close during the night to guard the merchandise and open by day conforming the space of the bookstore and serving as expository exposure.

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MEDIA LIBRARY The union of several modules into small groups constitute a succession of individual and collective spaces formed by both the filled and empty spaces for use as a media library.

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MASS-SUSPENDED CHAIR: Typology: Furniture Dimensions: 0.50 x 0.80 x 0.90 m Status: Built Year: 2015 Team: Felipe Guimarães Teacher: R. Scott Mitchell

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CONSTRUCTION OF THE STRUCTURE AND SEAT Seat built by sawing and gluing the aligned cardboard tube. Welding of the structure

SUSPENDED MASS Among the much that is discarded daily a great mass of paper is despised by the schools of architecture in the format of a powerful and flexible structure, the cardboard tube. The mass that would be discarded in just one academic semester is then grouped together and molded to finally be suspended by a double metal bar, the flexibility of this material counteracts the rigidity of the first that acquires lightness by swinging in the shape of a rocking chair. The seat is constructed by aligning and gluing one tube to the other. Each row was glued separately and then cut into the size and angle determined by the design. The next step was to glue each row of cardboard tubes forming

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the large molded mass of cardboard. The design of the cuts was done to discard as little as possible. The structure was made with two metal circular section bars folded together. The folds were controlled by a wooden jig that determined the correct angles desired from the design. After the bending, the weld between the two pieces stiffens the structure. Once the whole structure was folded into a plane, that was also folded to take the shape of a chair.

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STRUCTURE

ASSEMBLY

ROCKING CHAIR

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Seat of cardboard tubes being fitted into

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FINISHED CHAIR IN METAL WORKSHOP This photo was taken

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TOP VIEW Chair viewed from above highlights the beehive texture created by the cardboard tubes glued and cut at an angle.

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TRAIT-TABLE: Typology: Furniture Dimensions: 0.50 x 0.50 x 0.30 m Status: Built Year: 2015 Team: Felipe GuimarĂŁes Teacher: R. Scott Mitchell

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TRAIT-TABLE Between the trait of a designer and the reading of a user much is lost and much is created. The dubious generates more interpretations than the random or the readable. What is proposed is a composition of curves, angles and straight lines with the intention of creating something between readable and illegible. Readability can be achieved in syntax, semantics or in relation to its use.

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Running away from them all may be trivial, the game is to disguise enough for the observer to maintain interest in unveiling it. Accurate angles and curves suggest a sense of purpose to form. False symmetries guarantee the harmony of composition. Nothing is random, nor readable.

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CONSTRUCTION OF TABLE TOP AND FRAME Table top made with 2 “by 4” pieces planed and glued together. In the metallic structure straight angles were welded and curves were folded with the help of wooden jigs.

SHOP DRAWINGS

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PHYSICAL MODELS: All these models were made Office while I worked there as intern and latter as architect. for mareines+Patalano

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WAVE HOUSE

“CERRADO” FLOWER

HOTEL BUNGALOW

Dimensions: 100 x 50 x 60 cm

Dimensions: 100 x 50 x 20 cm

Dimensions: 100 x 50 x 50 cm

Year: 2013

Year: 2010

Year: 2010

Status: Built project

Status: Not built

Status: Not built

Team for the model: Felipe Guimarães

Team for the model: Felipe Guimarães

Team for the model: Felipe Guimarães

“CERRADO” FLOWER

HOUSE IN ITAIPAVA

HOUSE IN PUNTA CANA

Dimensions: 40 x 25 x 15 cm

Dimensions: 50 x 50 x 40 cm

Dimensions: 200 x 100 x 40 cm

Year: 2011

Year: 2009

Year: 2013

Status: Not built

Status: Not built

Status: Under construction

Team for the model: Felipe Guimarães

Team for the model: Felipe Guimarães

Team for the model: Felipe Guimarães and Rafael Patalano

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Physical models

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WAVE HOUSE This project was dubbed Wave House because of the shape of its roof. The model was made for a study and later adjusted for presentation to the client; it was made from styrofoam veneered with cork base, acetate as glass, white foam board walls and slabs and wood sheet roof.

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WAVE HOUSE’S STRUCTURAL MODEL Model of a structural study made to study the behavior of Model made from styrofoam base, beams of white foam board, wooden pillars and metal wire frame.

wooden beams and how they are fixed to each other.

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“CERRADO” FLOWER Design inspired in the “cerrado” biome and its twisted This model was made exclusively for presentation to the client and has dimensions of 40 x 25 x 15 cm.

vegetation.

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“CERRADO” FLOWER Detail of twisted roof. The base of the model is made of Styrofoam veneered with wood and cork. The rest of the model is made with wood sheet.

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“CERRADO” FLOWER First study for the “cerrado” flower project. There were 4 This first was presented to

models in total for this residence.

the client and therefore veneered with cork and wood for a better presentation.

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“CERRADO” FLOWER Detail of main access of the house. This model has dimensions of 100 x 50 x 20 cm. The base of the model is made of styrofoam veneered with wood and cork. The building is also made of styrofoam with cork and wood veneer.

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STUDY MODEL FOR HOME IN ITAIPAVA Model seen from above. It was done as study for the project of a house of 1400m2 in Itaipava; later it was veneered for presentation to the client. This model has 50 x 50 x 40 cm.

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STUDY MODEL FOR HOME IN ITAIPAVA Back of the house. The phisical model was made with styrofoam with cork veneer and the rest was made of wood sheet.

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STUDY FOR LUXURY HOTEL BUNGALOW The model seen from above shows the access to the bungalow

that has swimming pool and hydromassage exclusive for the host.

The model has 100 x 50 x 50 cm.

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STUDY FOR LUXURY HOTEL BUNGALOW View from the front. The base of the model was made in styrofoam and later veneered with cork to be presented to the client.

The slab was made with foam board veneered with wood The rest was made with wood sheet.

and black paper.

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HOUSE IN PUNTA CANA This model has 200 x 100 x 40 cm and was the largest model made for Mareines + Patalano office. It was done as study for the house in Punta Cana.

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CASA EM PUNTA CANA The model viewed from above shows the detail of the roof timber. The model has a styrofoam base veneered of cork, coloured paper and wood sheet. The rest was made with wood sheet.

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Felipe Guimarães has a Master of Advanced Architectural Studies degree from USC and a B.A. in Architecture (5-years degree) from the Federal...

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Felipe Guimarães has a Master of Advanced Architectural Studies degree from USC and a B.A. in Architecture (5-years degree) from the Federal...

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