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GUILLERMO BOURGET MORALES

guillermobourget@gmail.com 101 Champagne Avenue South, Ottawa, ON. Apt.1304 + 1 (613) 986 0775


EDUCATION Burnaby Mountain Secondary School, BC - Science & Applied Sciende - Graduated with Honours

9/11 - 6/15

Continuing Studies Emily Carr University of Art & Design, BC - 3D Design, Perspective Drawing & Basics of Design

9/14 - 2/14

Carleton University, ON - Graduated with Distinctions Azrieli School of Architecture & Urbanism - Bachelor of Architectural Studies - Design Major

9/15 - 4/19

Visiting Student Architectural Association School of Architecture, UK -

Diploma of completion of the D-LAB Design Fabrication 2017

Carleton University, ON - Prospective Student Azrieli School of Architecture & Urbanism - Master of Architecture - Candidate

BORN August 19th. 1996 Ciudad Mante, Tamaulipas, Mexico. CURRENT ADDRESS (mailing) 101 Champagne Avenue South, Apt. 1304 Ottawa, Ontario, Canada PERMANENT ADDRESS 953 Robinson Street, Coquitlam, British Columbia, Canada CONTACT INFORMATION +1 (613) 986 0775 guillermobourget@gmail.com

WEBSITE issuu.com/guillermobourget guillermobourget.wixsite.com/website instagram.com/guillermobm AVAILABILITY - SEPTEMBER 1st.

7/17 - 8/17

9/19 - 4/21

PERSONAL SUMMARY

DISTINCTIONS + AWARDS + SCHOLARSHIPS

I am a passionate and hard working designer cursing the last semester of the Bachelor of Architectural Studies at the Azrieli School of Architecture and Urbanism in Ottawa.

Visual & Performing Arts Award Outstanding achievement in Photography course.

Spring 15

BC District / Authority Scholarship Excellence in Applied Design, Skills and Technologies.

Spring 15

As a young designer, I aspire to work alongside individuals that share the enthusiasm to contribute to the positive transformation of our built environment.

Deans’ Honour List Outstanding Academic standing

Spring 16 & 19

E.W.R. Steacie Scholarship Outstanding Academic standing

Summer 16

AREAS OF INTEREST Architectural Design Conservation + Adaptive Re-use Digital Fabrication History + Theory of Architecture Landscape Architecture Urban Planning Urban Housing Sustainable Design Design-Build Projects Graphic Design Golf, Swimming, Skiing, Cycling Travel (15 Coutries)

Carleton University Entrance Scholarship

Summer 15

Golden Key Society Nomination Invitations given to the top 15% of the program.

Fall 16

Murray & Murray Competition 2017 Director’s Award

Fall 17

Just-add Urban Charrette 2nd Place Faculty Choice Capital Research Day-Thinking for the future Honourable Mention - Design Thinking Category Faculty Choice Award Nominations: Apertura Pavilion - Studio 1 New Neighbour Integration Centre - Studio 2 Brewer Park Pool - Studio 3

Fall 18 Winter 19 Spring 2016 Spring 2017 Spring 2017


EXHIBITIONS

SKILLS

Ottawa Aboriginal Coalition Forum - Ottawa, ON Showcased proposed pavillion designs at Ottawa’s City Hall.

5 / 17

Carleton Newsroom - Ottawa, ON The Gather-Ring, New art in the Capital, Core Team interview.

8 / 17

RAIC - Indigenous Design Symposium - Ottawa, ON Presented Pavilion design to the Vanier community at the Wabano Centre.

5 / 17

Lightroom Gallery Exhibit - Carleton Architecture - Ottawa, ON 2017 Director’s Project: Border Crossings. Thirteen award winning student drawings + Seven drawings by the competition jury members

9 / 17

MacOdrum Library - Carleton University - Ottawa, ON Diluvio: A Sculptural Installation Inspired by Leonardo da Vinci’s Deluge Drawings

3 / 19

B + B Scale Models - Vancouver, BC

05 / 15

Position: Student Intern Nature of Activities: Carefully delivered High-detailed Architectural models to client’s offices. Position: Core Team Member Nature of Activities: I engaged in consultations with members of the Aboriginal Coalition to incorporate their ideas into the pavilion’s design. I Produced renderings, models and panels for public displays of the pavilion. I was in charge of creating construction drawings and CNC files for contractors. I extensively collaborated in the design-build process by following and revising construction drawings, giving close attention to detail and delivering an exquisite handcraft.

if <> then <architecture> inc. - Ottawa, ON

05/17 - 08/17

05/19 - 09/19

Position: Intern Architect Nature of Activities: I collaborated among architecture professionals in developing documentation for the Centre Block of Parliament Hill using digital methods. The work involved using various programs and technologies, such as Point Cloud and Photogrammetry, using Leica Geosystem Scanners and DSLR Cameras to fabricate an accurate Model of the Building for further collaboration among other disciplines involved in the restoration project.

Carleton Architecture Open House - Ottawa, ON Volunteered to give guided tours of the Architecture building and answered visitor’s inquiries regarding the Architectural Studies experience at Carleton.

Graphic Design: Adobe Illustrator Adobe Indesign Adobe Photoshop 3D Modeling: Autodesk REVIT Rhinoceros 3D Trimble SketchUp Photogrammetry Agisoft PhotoScan Animation Premiere Pro Navisworks Rendering: Chaos V-RAY

VOLUNTEER ACTIVITIES Starlings One - Balloon Installation by pHactory - Ottawa, ON Collaborated in making & launching a balloon canopy over the Byward market

Analog: Manual Drafting Model Building DSLR Knowledge Software:

FIELD EXPERIENCE

The Gather-Ring Pavilion [Winner of the Heritage Canada - Art in the Capital competition] - Ottawa, ON

Languages: Native in Spanish Fluent in English Proficient in French

09 / 16 2017 & 2019

Parametric: Grasshopper 3D Basic: Autodesk autoCAD Microsoft Office


“Every product of architecture... should be a fruit of our endeavour to build an earthly paradise for people.”

- Alvar Aalto


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SYNERGIC DIALOGUES Community-Oriented facility in Ottawa’s Chinatown.

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PLACE DE BRIQUES

DESIGN STUDIO

Social Hosuing Project in Ottawa’s Vanier neighbourhood.

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SESQUICENTENNIAL WAVES

Rethinking the current condition of the Brewer Park Pool.

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JUST-ADD URBAN

COMPETITION

Re-purposing York Street to a Pedestrian friendly destination.

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GATHER-RING PAVILION Core Team Collaborator

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DESIGN - BUILD

AA SUMMER DLAB

Digital Fabrication + Design-Built Workshop

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DILUVIO DE SOMBRAS

SCULPTURE

MISCELLANEOUS

ANALOG + DIGITAL

Structural Morphology Workshop

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model making + digital production + free-hand drawing skills.


01 SYNERGIC DIALOGUES

Location: 816 Somerset Street West, Ottawa, ON, Canada Second Year: Studio 2 - Architecture in (the) Detail Term: Fall 2016, September - December 2016 Professor: Honorata Pienkowska 27.4 m 15.3

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The design challenge consists in formulating ample & distinct common spaces despite the small area of the property. To reach higher to accommodate the program would have anticipated the disruption of the low-rise neighborhood. Therefore the building descends two levels into the ground.

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Over the last decade, about two hundred newcomers call Canada their home every year. In consequence, service-oriented facilities are commissioned by local governments to help immigrants to have a prosperous transition into their new homeland.

Henceforth, an opportunity to design a Newcomer Welcome Centre at the heart of Ottawaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Chinatown is presented. The assigned scheme would have provided the neighborhood with a small institutional facility; The initial idea suggested the accommodation of classroom spaces with course agendas that focused on adaptation to the Canadian culture. Instead, this design proposes a variety of gathering spaces that encourage a collective conversation among users. The building itself is the mediator between the vibrant street life and a garden situated at the rear of the property. This green area was designed amid the urban setting to provide a small oasis for those who seek a tranquil space close to nature.


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Skylight Roof System

Attic Level

Mezanine

Auditorium

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Ground Floor

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Underground

Basement

EXPLODED ISONOMETRIC

Visitors access the building’s reception from Somerset Street West. The celebrated “living room” of the facility unfolds as the guest moves inwards from the entrance. This Main common room features a doubleheight curtain wall that reveals the rear garden. Operable shading devices protect interior spaces from undesired solar glare coming from the South. The green space is accessed from the Basement Level. This level contains more common areas and is accessible from the egress core and a lateral ramp located beside the building’s entrance. The upper levels are also connected with a ramp that wraps around the main celebrated space as it ascends from the ground level. Then it ends into the lower level of the auditorium. Moreover, intermediate Mezzanine levels are situated between the auditorium level and the attic. At the top floor, the visitors can find a co-work office space.


The circulation space is reduced to a single core of stairs, an elevator, and a series of ramps that articulate connections between the different platforms of the building.

SOMERSET STREET WEST Basement

Underground

Ground Floor

Level 2

Level 3

Level 4

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CO-WORK OFFICE AUDITORIUM

ELEVATION PERSPECTIVE - FRONT FACADE

INTERIOR SPACES

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UNDERGROUND COMMON AREA

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CELEBRATED “LIVING ROOM”

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ELEVATION PERSPECTIVE - REAR FACADE


SECTION PERSPECTIVE - FACING NORTH-WEST

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02 PLACE DE BRIQUES

Fourth Year: Studio 6 - Urbanity, Dwelling & Community Location: 250 Montreal Road Ottawa, ON, Canada Term: Fall 2018, September - December 2018 Professor: Benjamin Gianni Done in collaboration with Andrea Tamayo Bernal In the past decade, the City of Ottawa has worked closely with architects and developers to formulate a future based on a sustainable model of urban living. Vanier’s favorable proximity to Ottawa’s downtown & Montreal Road’s role as a traditional main street makes the area an ideal target for urban redevelopment and intensification. The proposed masterplan for Vanier features a wide variety of dwelling types. Whether it is a family townhouse, a bachelor, or a worklive studio, these units are imagined to serve people with modest needs that want to remain close to the city.

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PLACE DUPUIS

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Institutional buildings & commercial programmes blend with the residential schemes to orchestrate a new district that strives to revitalize the dynamism of Montreal Road.


CNC PHYSICAL SITE MODEL

MAIN HOUSING SUPERBLOCKS

Summer Summer EXISTING BUILDINGS SOLAR ANALYSIS - SUMMER SOLSTICE - 600 Meter Radius

BUILDING USE Residential Use Residential + Commercial (artistâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s studios + Retail) Institutional Use

Public Use (Library)

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Co-work Office Use

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SOLAR ANALYSIS - WINTER SOLSTICE - 600 Meter Radius

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AERIAL PROJECTION - MAIN HOSUING SUPERBLOCKS

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EYE LEVEL PERSPECTIVE FROM MONTREAL ROAD - FACING SOUTH


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GROUND FLOOR


UNDERGROUND

LEVEL 2

Typical 1 Bedroom Unit

LEVEL 3

LEVEL 4-6 4 to 6

Typical Skip-Stop [3 Bedroom]

Typical 2 Bedroom Unit

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SECTION PERSPECTIVE FROM BEGIN STREET - FACING WEST

Levis Street

Pedestrian Path

Montreal Road

SECTION PERSPECTIVE FROM PLACE DUPUIS - FACING EAST

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Montreal Road

Pedestrian Path

Levis Street


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CONSTRUCTION METHODS AND MATERIALS


03 SESQUICENTENNIAL WAVES Location: Brewer Park, Ottawa, ON, Canada

Protected Membrane Roof Assembly

Second Year: Studio 3 - Structuring Architecture Term: Winter 2017, January - April 2017 Professor: Janine Debanné

Hybrid Structural Frame: Glue Laminated Timber + Steel Members Exploded Facades: Metal panels with voronoi pattern.

Electrical Lighting for Large Span Space

Second Level

The 50-year-old Brewer Pool opened in the centennial year, 1967, at the periphery of the famous Old Ottawa South neighborhood..

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As Canada celebrates its “150th anniversary” a wave of infrastructure renewal has been notorious in Canada’s Capital. Henceforth, it is the opportunity to rethink the Brewer Centennial Pool anew.

Just like the ancient Roman baths, the new facility is an elevated (& playful) civic space rooted in the principle of community engagement. The long Span structure frames a vast shared area in which people come together to bathe, swim, dive, exercise, race, and play.

The surrounding landscape is the primary driver of the shell articulation of the design. The south facade, which is the closest to the park, is done in a curved manner as a response to the free forms of nature. The building’s portion along Brewer way, next to the low-rise residential neighborhood, is modest in scale and functions as the main service area of the building. Moreover, the structure’s height increases as the building expands towards Bronson Avenue, which is one of the main arteries of vehicular traffic in the City; The increase of heigh accomodates a 10 meter diving platform and allows for the largest facade to give an impression to the outsiders.

Mechanical Room Wooden Benches Ammenity Rooms Gymnasium Ground Level Sports + Leisure Pools Therapeutic Baths Cafeteria Reception Lifeguard/Storage Room

EXPLODED ISONOMETRIC PROJECTION


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EYE LEVEL PERSPECTIVE FROM BRONSON AVENUE - FACING NORTH-WEST

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GROUND LEVEL PLAN

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B1 CIRCULATION Dry to Wet

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1 Vehicle Lane for Drop Off 2 Main Foyer / West Entrance 1 33 Main Hallway / North Entrance

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General Changing Room 2 Changing Room Woman Equipment Storage / UG access Cafeteria Life Guard Office Reception Washroom Entrance Hall

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Leisure Pool 5 Life Guard Office Outdoor Splash Area Reception

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Washroom Conference Room Entrance Hall Conference Room 6 Sauna Silent Room Reading Steam Room Computer Room Thermal Baths Hallway

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Viewing Deck to Pool Area 25m Lane Pool Gymnasium Splash Pad

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20 Diving Area 21 Leisure Pool 22 Outdoor Splash Area

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Splash Pad Diving Area Leisure Pool Outdoor Splash Area

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Reading Silent Room Computer Room Hallway Mechanical/Ventilation Washrooms / Changerooms Viewing Deck to Pool Area Gymnasium

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INTERIOR VIEW - FACING WEST

INTERIOR VIEW - FACING NORTH

INTERIOR VIEW - FACING SOUTH


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EYE LEVEL PERSPECTIVE FROM BREWER WAY - LOOKING WEST


SECTION PERSPECTIVE - LOOKING SOUTH FROM HOPEWELL AVENUE

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EYE LEVEL PERSPECTIVE FROM HOPEWELL AVENUE - LOOKING SOUTH

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04 JUST-ADD URBAN CHARETTE DESIGN COMPETITION

Location: York Street, Ottawa, ON, Canada

It is evident that the current condition of York Street at the Byward market presents an under-utilized urban space. For several decades, this unusually wide street has been used for surface parking. Therefore, a charette competition calls for stuents to present an opportunity of change.

Date: January 2018

This presented vision demonstates an iniciative to help abutting businesses by removing the existing parking lot in order to create an outdoor living room.

MORALES ARCHITECTS: Lorena Morales Macedo & Guillermo Bourget Morales

The purpose of the design is to bring more pedestrian activity to the area. The distinct wooden plattforms create a space that is neutral and flexible enough to support a range of different activities and events while, as the same time, is a beautiful and compelling place even when its largely vacant. PEDESTRIAN ACTIVITY

LAND USE

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VEHICULAR ACTIVITY

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AERIAL PERSPECTIVE - LOOKING SOUTH WEST

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CURRENT SITE CONDITION

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05 THE GATHER-RING Project Designers:

Manuel Baez & Charlynne Lafontaine

Project Core Team:

Guillermo Bourget Morales Sami Karimi Josh Eckert Competition Winner:

Heritage Canada: Art in the Capital

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Website: http://www.gather-ring.ca/ Location: The Plaza on Portage Bridge, Ottawa, ON. Term: Summer 2017 April – August 2017

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“The Gather-Ring”, a concept form Professor Manuel Baez, is a breathtakingly beautiful wood, metal and glass installation, that was inspired by a pair of iconic symbols deeply rooted in Indigenous culture: the tree and the dream catcher. With benches made from eastern white pine logs recovered from the Ottawa River and Douglas fir columns from British Columbia, built in collaboration with glass artist Charlynne Lafontaine and a multicultural crew of Architecture students, and welcomed onto unceded Algonquin territory by members of the Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg First Nation, “The Gather-Ring” makes a powerful statement about historical perspective, cross-cultural connections and the circles and cycles of life. - By Dan Rubinstein As one of the main collaborators of this installation, I had the opportunity to engage directly with Ottawa’s indigenous community. At the very beginning of the project, I was in charge to produce renderings, models and panels for public displays of the pavilion at the Aboriginal Coalition Forum for their approval. Once the project received approval by Algonquin leaders, Claudette Commanda and Verna McGreggor, I was determined, along with Sami Karimi Josh Eckert (Arch. students), to transform Professor Baez’s idea into reality. Being part of the entire design-build process since day one, allowed me to work closely with Carpenters, Glass Artists, Electricians, contractors, fellow Architecture students, and Construction workers, all coming together to make this beautiful installation possible.

Render by Guillermo Bourget Morales Contributors: Sally El Sayed, Sophie Ganan Gavela, Argel Javier, Cheshta Lalit, Lesley Li, Danica Mitric, Sepideh Rajabzadeh, Raumporn Ridthiprasart, Catherine Sole, Tharmina Srikantharajah, Wendy Yuan, Aniq Chaudhry Yoyo Tang, Jonathan Caron, Hamid Shahi & Erin Allen

Render by Guillermo Bourget Morales


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Exploded Axonometric by Guillermo Bourget Morales

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06 AA SUMMER DLAB 2017 Location: Architectural Association School of Architecture, London, England. Term: Summer 2017

24 July â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 11 August 2017

Programme Heads: Elif Erdine, Alexandros Kallegias Visiting School Director: Christopher Pierce Tutors: Angel Lara Moreira, Alican Sungur, Claudio Campanile Robotics Consultant: Alvaro Lopez Rodriguez Students: Alyina Ahmed, Dona Al-Alula, Guillermo Bourget, Sonjaly Roncato Juraszek, Lukas Kirstukas, Cristina Garza Lasierra, Tomoko Okada, Shreyas Patil, Azadeh Samiei, Romy El Sayah, Camilla Lykke Skjolding, Yang Song, Luca Meza Sorrentino, Erika Stadnik, Tianheng Xu, Shundi Zhan. DESCRIPTION: Summer DLAB 2017 explores the themes of generative design, material computation, and large-scale fabrication and assembly technologies. Our task has been the design and production of a 1:1 scale structure in the outdoor area of the AA in London. This task was investigated by focusing on a combination of structural, morphological, and contextual factors which our design intervention was expected to respond in order to differentiate its material and geometrical organisation.

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During AA Summer DLAB 2017, we began to discover the means of how to integrate geometrical, structural & material properties within the agency of robotic incremental sheet forming. The research agenda aims to link the notions of complexity and simplicity throughout the design and fabrication processes.

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Photographs by Elif Erdine, Alexandros Kallegias & Guillermo Bourget Morales


CONSTRUCTION ASSEMBLY DIAGRAMS -By D-LAB Tutors,

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Photographs by Elif Erdine & Alexandros Kallegias & Guillermo Bourget

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We began to fold a wire mesh in an origami-like fashion. The fold brings an emergent behaviour to the material which allows it to morph into many different configurations. Light plays a crucial role in this installation. It augments the dimensionality of the cloud-like structure at an exponential rate. The porosity of the mesh not only allows light to travel through the material, but the wire itself reflects it; as a result, an interesting play of shines and shades evolves. The positioning of the light source relative to the piece brings the element of dynamism to the composition. The intention is that the curious person would carry a light source into the space to discover the different dimensions embedded in the piece. This results in an interactive sculpture which embodies the ever-changing phenomena of nature.

LIGHT AS DE-LIGHT - AN AGENT OF CHANGE

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Light plays a crucial part in this installation. The input of light into the process augments the dimensionality of the cloud structure at an exponential rate. The porosity of the mesh not only allows light to go through the material, but the wire itself also reflects the light; as a result, we get a very interesting play of shines and shades.

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08 MISCELLANEOUS A brief collection of architectural items that showcase model making + digital production + free-hand drawing skills. Model made of foamboard, Paper and Coloured Plastic sheets Completed in a Continuing Studies course at Emily Carr University of Art & Design Instructor: Tony O’Regan Term: Winter 2014

PIANO NOBILE INSTALLATION

THE NEST

Objective: Use emerging digital Computer Modeling & Form Analysis

Objective: Represent a concept with both digital methods. Professor: Term: Fall 2015

Term: Winter 2017

Professor: Johan Voordouw

Model made of 3 components: 3D printed objects, Lasercut paper & a CNC - milled Wood portion.

02 THE NEST

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The nest is a project that is inspired by human’s ability to interact harmoniously with nature. A natural gem on the West side of Carleton University is comprised by canals, trees, fresh air and green fields. These site elements mix together to create the ideal atmosphere for people to stroll around, play the guitar, and relax during the warmer days. My addition to the site consists of a structure that mimics bird’s ability to build. In this case, the nest is hypothetically built out of different wood elements that when placed together, they create a structure that is half nest and half stage.

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Representations: Drawing on skratchboard, Photoshop Co Physical Model.

02 THE NEST The nest is a project that is inspired by human’s ability to interact harmoniously with nature. A natural gem on the West side of Carleton University is comprised by canals, trees, fresh air and green fields. These site elements mix together to create the ideal atmosphere for people to stroll around, play the guitar, and relax during the warmer days. My addition to the site consists of a structure that mimics bird’s ability to build. In this case, the nest is hypothetically built out of different wood elements that when placed together, they create a structure that is half nest and half stage.


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APERTURA PAVILION

Objective: Gain knowledge of innovative structural systems by building a high detailed physical model Term: Winter 2016 Professor: Manuel Baez

Objective: Create a pavilion that will bring de-light to the underground tunnels of the Student Residence at Carleton University. Term: Winter 2016 Professor: John Cook

Model made out of Wood, Foam, Metal strings and reflective surfaces: Done in collaboration with Jonathan Caron & Liam Smadely

Model made out of Wood, Museum Board, Plexiglass and hand carved surfaces.

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BOURGET GUILLERMO

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The tunnels between Carleton University and Residence protects the students from the low temperatures that hit Ottawa during the colder months. Thousands of students walk through them every day. However, students living in Residence are trapped in an enclosed network of buildings. The tunnels inhibit their occupants to sense the outside world. The essential connection with sunlight is lost and students are submerged in the dark winter. The conceptual design of â&#x20AC;&#x153;Apertura Pavilionâ&#x20AC;? provides the students the chance to experience the natural light and reconnect with the natural world. The sunlight will filter inside the tunnel through carved wood panels. The texture of the surface is inspired by the intricate patterns found in nature. The glare of light coming through the 3 canyons is controlled by the texture. This provides the adequate ambiance for people to enjoy in the sitting area inside the tunnel. Two sets of stairs connect the tunnel to the main courtyard in Residence. Additional seating expands among the main corridor. Every seating space in this pavilion is unique. The narrower spaces provide anyone who wants to read a book quietly, with private space. In the other hand, extended surfaces provide enough space to stretch, interact with others, etc. Furthermore, Redwood is the preferred material for the pavilion as it is renewable and has a beautiful finish. In fewer words, this conceptual design targets to reestablish a connection between people and nature.

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MIXED MEDIA DRAWINGS 2014-2015

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La Sagrada Familia Charcoal on Paper 18” x 24”

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Saint Basil’s Cathedral Charcoal on Paper 18” x 24”

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Burnaby Mountain Ink on Paper 8.5” x 11”

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Church on the Water Ink + Cool Gray Markers 8.5” x 11”

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The Louvre Scratchboard 9.5” x 11” Altar of the Death Mixed Media 20” x 30” Ryerson University Ink on Paper 8.5” x 11”

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CONCEPT ART 1 - Istanbul - Bosphorus Bridge 2 - Toronto - Transportation Hub 3 - Carleton Architecture Addition

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Thank You.


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- Photograph by Guillermo Bourget Morales


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Architectural Portfolio 2019  

Undergraduate Portfolio - Azrieli School of Architecture & Urbanism - Bachelor of Architectural Studies - Design Major - 20...

Architectural Portfolio 2019  

Undergraduate Portfolio - Azrieli School of Architecture & Urbanism - Bachelor of Architectural Studies - Design Major - 20...

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