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FILIPE LOURAÇO

ARCHITECTURAL PORTFOLIO Academic and Professional work

2014


FILIPE LOURAÇO

ARCHITECTURAL PORTFOLIO Academic and Professional work

2014


PERSONAL INFO

FILIPE MIGUEL MIDÕES LOURAÇO 08/01/1988 Portuguese filipemlouraco@gmail.com +351 91 737 83 56

EXPERIENCE

DEBARRE DUPLANTIERS ARCHITECTES/MARTIN DUPLANTIER ARCHITECTES Junior Architect Paris, France 2012 - 2013

FSSMGN ARQUITECTOS Internship Lisbon, Portugal 2009

EXPERIMENTA DESIGN LISBOA - PETER ZUMTHOR - EDIFÍCIOS E PROJECTOS Volunteer Lisbon, Portugal 2009

COMPUTER SKILLS

Autodesk Autocad 2d and 3d, Archicad, Rhinoceros, Sketchup Pro, Cinema4D, V-Ray, Maxwell Render,Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop, Indesign, Illustrator), Microsoft Office, Iwork.

LANGUANGE SKILLS

Portuguese (mother language), English (fluent - first certificate), French (fluent), Spanish (basic).


ACADEMIC

SECIL PRIZE - HONORABLE MENTION apllied with the project Urban Domestic Space Lisbon, Portugal 2013

FACULDADE DE ARQUITECTURA DA UNIVERSIDADE TÉCNICA DE LISBOA Master’s degree in Architecture Lisbon, Portugal 2009 - 2012

UNIVERSITY OF LJUBLJANA, FACULTY OF ARCHITECTURE Erasmus Ljubljana, Slovenia 2009

FACULDADE DE ARQUITECTURA DA UNIVERSIDADE TÉCNICA DE LISBOA Bachelor’s degree in Architecture Lisbon, Portugal 2006 - 2009

COLÉGIO MODERNO High School Lisbon, Portugal 2003 - 2006


CONTENTS

A

PROFESSIONAL ARCHITECTURE

01 02

B

NON-PROFESSIONAL ARCHITECTURE

01

C

ACADEMIC ARCHITECTURE

01 AA01 02 AA02 03 AA03

MDA01 MDA02

NP01

FOUR TOWERS AT BAIA DE LUANDA HEC STUDENT HOUSING

08 12

NO RULES, GREAT SPOT COMPETITION

18

URBAN DOMESTIC SPACE CAXIAS TRAIN STATION HOUSING PROTOTYPES IN AJUDA

24 30 34


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A

PROFESSIONAL ARCHITECTURE

2012 - 2013

at Martin Duplantier Architects, Paris

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a)

MDA01 10

FOUR TOWERS AT BAIA DE LUANDA


four towers at baia de luanda

MDA01

a) View of the Ilha de Luanda Tridimentional model and perspective view 11


b)

MDA01 12

FOUR TOWERS AT BAIA DE LUANDA


b) View of the Old Port Tridimentional model and perspective view 13


a)

MDA02 14

HEC STUDENT HOUSING


hec student housing

MDA02

a) View from the Street Tridimentional model and perspective view 15


b)

MDA02 16

HEC STUDENT HOUSING


b) Side view Tridimentional model and perspective view 17


18


B

NON-PROFESSIONAL ARCHITECTURE

2012

19


a)

b)

NP01 20

NO RULES, GREAT SPOT COMPETITION


No Rules, Great Spot

NP01

The Lisbon Square, Porto find itself in the limit between the medieval city, with its angular and tortouos streets, and the monumental scale of the bourgeois city.

market that used to exist there - the proposal consisted not only in formal aspect of the square but also in the new programs and new forms of use.

In the vicinity of important city marks - Avenida dos Aliados, Torre dos ClĂŠrigos, Reitoria da Universidade do Porto, etc. - the Lisbon Square is abandoned and degraded, being an unsafe spot in the downtown.

The presented proposal begun by the complete removal of all the buildings that existed in the square - includin the ruins of the old market in order to mark the physical limits of this square.

This competition demanded that, starting with the current situation of the square - using or not he ruins of the

This solution also demanded a new answer to the hard topography of the square.

This issue was solved by design three flights of stairs uniting connecting three different levels that set view on three important buildings: on the reitoria da universidade, on torre dos clĂŠrigos and on livraria lello. This square would be equipped with systems and urban furniture that would allow several traditional parties, markets and temporary outdoor exhibitions.

c) a) Aerial view of the Square

b) Situation plan

c) Concept axonometries 21


d)

NP01 22

NO RULES, GREAT SPOT COMPETITION


d) Stratagy diagram 23


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C

ACADEMIC ARCHITECTURE

2006 - 2012

Faculdade de Arquitectura da UTL

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a)

b)

AA01 26

URBAN DOMESTIC SPACE


Urban Domestic Space

AA01

This present work had its roots on a tention that exists and is inherent to the City space - the tention between Private and Public space, in all its gradations - and tryed to translate it into a constructed, real space.

This complex was intended The initial concept implied that the proposed set of buildings were divided in two different parts - one which contained the public program and the other that contained the private program. These parts could The concept was the starting also be set appart by their xoint for the presented prophysical and material differject: a group of multifuncences: the public program tional buildings that must would correspond to the have housing program that cocrete part of the building; should be placed in Santa the wooden part will lay on Maria de Belem, Lisboa, in the concrete and house the the area between the new residential program. Museu dos Coches and the Cordoaria Nacional. Laying on the concrete part of the building - like it was

an artificial topography - made the usage of the terrace possible. This space of relationship may possess several different forms of use: distribution an acess spaces, living areas - interior and exterior - etc. These in-between spaces allowed to the initial concept to gain strength: these spaces allow the connection between House and City, between Interior and Exterior spaces and between Public and Private spaces.

c) a) In-Between Space view

b) Situation plan

c) Inner Cluster models 27


d)

e)

AA01 28

URBAN DOMESTIC SPACE


f) d) Cluster view

e) Ground and First floor plans

f) Cross sections 29


g) AA01 30

URBAN DOMESTIC SPACE


g) Details 31


a)

b)

AA02 32

CAXIAS TRAIN STATION


Caxias Train Station

AA02

Situated outside the city of Lisbon, Caxias is a residential area whose center is situated in the palace and royal gardens. This complex, which has great historical relevance - it was the portugues royal family’s summer house - is now abandoned. This project begins with this building’s need for rehabilitation and restoration as well as with the setting of new connections with its surroundings - convento da cartuxa, barcarena riverside, são bruno’s fortress, caxias trainstation, etc.

The recovery of this complex will gain its purpose with the correct understanding of its surroundings. The old gardens of Caxias royal palace were integrated in a broader urban masterplan - from convento da cartuxa to the new Caxias trainstation. This masterplan comprises the rehabilitation of the old palace as well as the construction of new cultural buildings - an art gallery and an auditorium.

The public building that was chosen to develop in a more extensive way was the new Caxias trainstation. Because of ts interrest and position on the main square of this place, this building was presented as strategic point, fundamental to the population of Caxias

c) a) Caxias station entrance view

b) Situation plan

c) Ground and First floor plans 33


d)

e) AA02 34

CAXIAS TRAIN STATION


f)

d) Caxias station interior view

e) Entrance cross section

f) Waiting hall cross section 35


a)

b)

AA03 36

HOUSING PROTOTYPES IN AJUDA


Housing Prototypes in Ajuda

AA03

In the historical neighborhood of Ajuda, Lisbon, there is a complex composed of three unocuppied warehouses that used to belong to INEM. It was asked to use the space left over by the removal of the middle warehouse for the instalation of structure capable of housing at least 12 housing prototypes of 30 m².

The strategy was to install a structure slabs supporterd by reinforced concrete walls. These slabs were perforated by two large green patios and also by the vertical access systems - three stairwells.

The great area that this slab system possesses allowed the instalation not of 12 but of 20 housing prototypes.

This system of slabs solves the gap between the implantation site and the site situated on the North side of it and, at the same time, provides generous common spaces around the prototypes.

c) a) View from the corridor

b) Situation plan

c) Concept axonometries 37


d)

e)

AA03 38

HOUSING PROTOTYPES IN AJUDA


f)

d) Prototype interior view

e) First floor plan

f) Patio cross section 39


FILIPE LOURAÇO

ARCHITECTURAL PORTFOLIO Academic and Professional work

filipemlouraco@gmail.com +351 91 737 83 56


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Professional and Academic Work from 2006 to 2014

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