GERARDO ANDRES GUERRERO ZUﾃ選GA
GERARDO ANDRES GUERRERO ZUﾃ選GA
Mexican |29.03.1989| email@example.com |0445544484241
2007 - 2009 Centro Escolar del Tepeyac (CET) Bachelor Degree
2013 Unidad de Protocolos
Spanish|English (TOEFL iBT 94 pts)
2009 - 2013 Universidad Iberoamericana (UIA) Architecture Degree
2012 FAPRESA / ARQME
EXTRAS 2012 Diploma in precast concrete systems
Universidad Iberoamericana (UIA) / FAPRESA
2011 Architecture & Design department intern at Universidad Iberoamericana (UIA) (Summer) 2010 Volunteer at Arquine Congress edition #11 Mexico City
Junior Architect (July - October) Junior Architecture (Summer/Autumn)
2012 M + N Arquitectos
Trainee / Junior Architect (Winter/Spring)
2010 Taller MOEBIUS de arquitectura Trainee (Summer /Autumn)
2009 Bimsa Reports S.A. de C.V.
Researcher of construction unit prices (Winter)
2008 Lara + Lara arquitectos Trainee (Summer)
SKILLS Autocad/Rhino/Maya Modeling + Mental Ray/ Revit(basic)/Sketchup/Illustrator/Photoshop(basic)/ Lightroom/Indesign(basic)/Office
REFORMA 30 OFFICES
Thesis Project 2012|2013 Tutors : Benjamín Romano|Diego Ricalde Jorge Arvizu Collab: Juan Vazquez|Omar González Roberto Rivera
This project is the result of a year of work in the ”Cátedra Blanca”sponsored by CEMEX in the Universidad Iberoamericana. The objective of this thesis was mainly the development of a LEED office building that suited the needs of the office property market. The project carried out during the year considered from its conceptual design, to the development of construction drawings. Mexico City is facing a new era of urban development; the autorities have decided to stop the expansive growth in the peripheries of the city and have supported real
estate investment in the downtown area of the city; Paseo de la Reforma is an example of this change, more than 25 skyscrapers under construction will be part of the new urban image of the city. Reforma 30 is an office project that is part of this urban change, the project has a shopping center in the first four levels, a 12 parking and 28 floors of offices. The structural system of the tower consists of two reinforced concrete cylinders that operate differently throughout the project, first they work as foundation barrettes that
transfer all the loads to the soil, then in the basements they support the parking ramps and finally they function as the tower cores, which contain emergency stairs, ducts for installations and bathrooms. The boundary walls are 5 feet thick of reinforced concrete, among with the cores, they load the slabs of the tower, however, due to the inclination of the walls on the south facade, the slabs are in the cantilever, leaving a long span between each wall.
To solve the cantilever, the span is divided on two by a steel plate which distributes the load of the slab towards the walls by steel tensors. The degree of inclination of the tensors varies depending on the tower cantilever. The structure is grouped in clusters of four levels to distribute more uniformly the load.
D - CxF 1
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D - CxF 2
D - CxF 3
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D - CxF 3
D - CxF 2
D - CxF 1
CORTINA ENROLLABLE BLACK OUT SOPORTE DE ACERO CORDON CORRIDO DE SELLO DE DURETAN CANCEL FIJO VENTANA FIJA / VIDRIO TEMPLADO 12MM ÁNGULO DE ACERO TORNILLO CABEZA CON TAQUETE DE FIBRA FLASHING DE ALUMINIO PLACA DE ACERO REGISTRABLE LANA MINERAL CONECTOR AHOGADO EN PRECOLADO PRECOLADO DE CONCRETO FACHADA NORTE ÁNGULO PARA SOPORTE REJILLA REJILLA DE ACERO PISO PREFABRICADO DE CONCRETO PULIDO PEDESTAL DE ALUMINIO
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PLACA DE ACERO SOLDADA A TRIDITRABE TRIDITRABE RECUBRIMIENTO CONTRA INCENDIOS LOSA DE CONCRETO SOPORTE PARA CORTINERO ÁNGULO DE ACERO PARA SOPORTE PERNO DE SUJECIÓN MANEJADORA DE AIRE ACONDICIONADO
D - CxF 4
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D - CxF 5
D - CxF 5
D - CxF 4 52
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TRABE DE CONCRETO ARAMDO MURO DOBLE DE TABLAROCA CONTRA FUEGO LANA MINERAL PLACA DE ACERO PERIMETRAL 8MM PRECOLADO DE CONCRETO FACHADA SUR JUNTA FELXIBLE DE NEOPRENO PERFIL PARA CRISTAL DE ACERO INOXIDABLE COSTILLA DE CRISTAL TRIDILOSA PREFABRICADA JARDINERA DE SOLERA DE ACERO IMPERMEABILIZANTE PLÁSTICO PARA JARDINERAS RELLENO DE TIERRA PARA JARDINERA GEOTEXTIL MEMBRANA DE DRENAJE HDPE TORNILLO CABEZA CON TAQUETE DE FIBRA CANCEL SUPERIOR CORREDIZO
CORTINA ENROLLABLE BLACK OUT Y TRASLÚCIDA VENTANA CORREDIZA VIDRIO 6MM PLAFÓN DE LÁMINA MULTIPERFORADA 44 SOPORTE DE METÁLICO PARA PLAFÓN 45 TENSOR DE SUSPENSIÓN PARA BASTIDOR 46 DECK DE MADERA PARA EXTERIOR 47 COLADERA PARA DESAGÜE 48 TUBO DE PVC PARA DRENAJE 49 PLAFÓN DE LÁMINA MULTIPERFORADA 50 LOSA MACIZA DE CONCRETO ARMADO 51 TRABE DE CONCRETO 52 FLASHING DE ALUMINIO 53 RELLENO DE GRAVA 41
EDAYO ARTS & CRAFTS SCHOOL
Workshop 2012 Spring|Summer Professors: José María Nava|Hesner Sánchez María Bustamante Collab: Juan Vazquez 1st Place
The Development and Training Institute for Industrial Work (ICATI) contributes to the integral development of the human being through training for and working, to meet the demand for the skilled labor productive and social sector in the State of Mexico. The Zinacantepec school, launched a contest to re-design the institution image. With the use of local materials and integrating the complex with the nature, we were the winners to the new federal image of the institution.
VERTICAL BUNKER Workshop 2010 Summer | Autumn Professor: Armando Hashimoto eVolo Skyscraper Competition 2010 entry
The objective of the project is to repair the damaged zone of Irak because of the war, by recovering the public interest on the country. But because the area is still under war, the second program of the skyscraper would be for the American and English army, as a bunker or vertical boot camp.This will help to organize and provide a secure place to aproximate 50 thousand soldiers on duty righ now.
As Irak being one of the countries with more oil in the planet, the major oil companies will be placed also in the tower and it will also provide a home and offices. Trying to recover the interest of tourism in the country, it will also be a 5 star hotel on the top of the skyscraper, letting the army and normal people to be in continuous interaction. A mosque will also be placed at the top of the building.
Layers are the structural concept of the project, being this ones the most important piece of the building. It is based on the same principle of armored vests, with more layers the bullet wonÂ´t pass. Here its the same, but replacing the fabrics with anti armor steel.The building also stands up by the help of the steel layers, these ones supoort the weight of the floors and provides the protection of the people inside them, being at the middle of the building is safer than in the external part of the tower.
EL ROSARIO MODAL TRANSFER CENTER Urban Design 2010 Summer | Autumn Professor: Elizabeth Mancera
El Rosario is an important transition point to the Estado de M茅xico to DF and vice versa. 74% are apartments and townhouses rest. Over 50% of the apartments have 3 bedrooms. Housing Unit el Rosario has an area of 350 hectares. Ricardo Legorreta creates the master plan in 1976, commanded to do by INFONAVIT. Pedro Ramirez Vazquez and with the help of Teodoro Gonzales de Leon, design housing units. The project is based on the transition, as is the CETRAM where approximately 60,000 and spend between 80,000 people a day.
Since there is much mobility of people, the project objective is to transport people and have their own space without interfering with each other. The meter has a different characteristic to all stations, since it is a truck stop, gets the access level meter to 5.00 m. To have a neglected area next to the metro station, fully intends to raise the square and down to locate the whereabouts, thus separating the pedestrians from the danger of being run over and give more static quality to the area. At the same time to lift the square does have twice the space below and intends to
travelers who use the subway every day. It is proposed to establish an area of wastewater treatment in glass regulator the Christ, to complete the water treatment process is proposed to wells of 30m3 of water each, these wells were located along the plaza and its process debugging is totally hygienic and odorless. Throughout this water wells, which grows vegataci贸n creates enough shade for pedestrian traffic. As the project takes little account of public transport, it was decided to design a series of stands at the crossroads of the most important avenues.
The route of the project is primarily designed to take public transportation, so people are channeled through the square to get to these stands, which have dual function, serving of stairs, ramps and stairs for the disabled and to wait to pass the desired public transport.
master plan platform construction
housing units mall water treatment area water treatment area metro station
section // aquiles serdรกn avenue
POPOCATĂ‰PTL ROUNDABOUT Landscaping 2011 Spring | Summer Professor: AdriĂĄn Orozco
Currently the roundabout is completely neglected, dirty, abandoned and with a water pump to cover the gazebo and fountain. At the same time this roundabout is lost among such vegetation and its surroundings are used as parking, making it inaccessible. The proposal consists of 3 meters to increase the curb so that cars can not park. Remove most of the vegetation, allowing clear visibility and access. 2 will be created for access Rebos on the av. Mexico and one from the av. Insurgentes. The roundabout will be subdivided into 68 concrete slabs, which will seat around the fountain and in the case of the corner facing the theater school will grandstand for public events. The slabs have the ability to sit or lie down.
HAITI SHELTER Workshop 2010 Spring | Summer Professors: Frida Escobedo|Francisco Pardo Carlos Bedoya Collab: Alvaro Araico|Daniel Gonzalez Jorge Succar
water recolection oil barrels 90 x 60
budget mesh for growing green wall
metalic iron sheet 1m x 2.4m
Haiti's earthquake in 2010 mobilized the whole world including our school, this was a quick exercise to propose immediate shelter with growth potential, and this together with other 2 projects were chosen and sent to various NGOs. The shelter explores the possibilities of building with L shaped metal profles + corrugated sheet + L + sustainability systems (water and biogas) initial module can grow according to user needs and possibilities.
glass fiber corrugated sheet 1m x 2.4 m
tubular profile (1 and 2.4 m)
L shaped metal profile (2.4, 3 and 4 m)
oil barrels acting like cimentation
HOUSTON IV HOUSING Workshop 2010 Spring | Summer Professors: Frida Escobedo|Francisco Pardo Carlos Bedoya Collab: Alvaro Araico|Daniel Gonzalez Jorge Succar
Houston, city of parking lots; the workshop focuses on the study and proposal of a new residential building, that allows the revival of city始s downtown. The proposal rotate the grid by 45 degrees generating usefull features like, good sunlight, ventilation, new sights and permeabildad. The project relocates fastfood areas in the city underground tunnels to a sunken park; where the rising of the building begins; with complementary programs such as culinary center + restaurants + housing
FORCE FLOW CAST PAVILLION Workshop 2011 Summer Professors: Gabriel Morales|Daniel Daou Collab: Santiago Jimenez|Daniel Gonzalez Mariana Hernandez
After research and experimentation with the basic principle of catenaries done before and the things we proposed like: different materials, heterogeneous mixtures, patterns and discontinuities, casts and flows and in an effort to advance 1% the previous work, we are dismissing the basic principle of catenary, and working on tensions on different vectors, working on a spacial installation, producing a heterogeneous, locally diferentiated system displaying material elegance by means of analogic material computation.
Product of a parametric study of architecture, we generated a spacial walkthrough within a field through the manipulation of flows through forces and patterns in order to generate free form 3d catenary structures. the structure is an aggregate of several smaller mass components fabricated by means of analogical material computation.
Pavilllion始s role is to being something beyond mere wall or span, expanding spatial possibilities in a diffuse and non-deterministic way.these courses of action depends on the user who is aware of what can be done, creating a relation space and user. the aesthetic values of the pavillion are the display of effective structural properties and it's adaptability.
We left behind the typical catenary system, modifying the vectors and creating a system based on tensions to get rid of the frame, governing most of our prototypes. also the rigor with which patterns are used to generate rigid structures of a heterogeneous mixture.
The basic elements that determine the rules are the discontinuities, the stitiches and dots on the blanket, they together define the width and weight of the structure at the time of the cast with heterogeneous mixture of plaster. tensions determine how will the cast flow into the fabric.
Edge conditions determine the behavior of the prototype in terms of its connectivity with other components, these edge conditions iare achieved through cuts in blankets and tensions: some of the edges that we used serve as rest for the "arms" of other elements, some edges are used to connect with others, these would be resting on the coplanar, others because of their form, especially triangular peak are not suitable for the connection. there are others who by their width at the end of the arm are used to connect similar pieces upside down.