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Architecture Portfolio Gustavo Ramirez


Personal Information Angel Gustavo Ramirez Velazquez 01-Oct-1996 Mexico City, Mexico Mail: gustavoramirezv1314@gmail.com Cellphone: 55 13903307

Academic Information August 2011 - May 2014 August 2014 - December 2016 January 2017 -Currently

CECyT 11 “ Wilfrido Massieu” ITESM Campus Estado de Mexico ITESM Campus Monterrey

Thecnical Career in Construction Architecture Architecture

Mexico City Mexico State Monterrey

Hermosillo y Asociados Arquitectos 2015-2016 Tepeji del Rio, Hidalgo Construction of CEDIS Autozone Auxiliar of construction residents of civil works, structure and landscape.

Professional SILO Arquitectura 2014-2015 Mexico City Design Studio focus on house development.

Architecture Design Studios

Aug - Dec 2015

Arch. Design Studio I: Residencial

Arch. Citlali Dolores

Mexico State

Jan - May 2016

Arch. Design Studio II: Collective Housing

Arch. Cecilia Lopez

Mexico State

Aug - Dec 2016

Arch. Design Studio III: Educational or Recreational Buildings

Arch. Jose Irving Cruz

Mexico State

Jan - May 2017

Arch. Design Studio IV: Community Buildings

Arch. Fausto Treviño

Monterrey

Aug - Dec 2017

Semester I: Building Information Modeling

Arch. Lorena Zazueta and Rodrigo Maisterrena

Monterrey


Honors and Awards 2014

Honorific Mention “Thecnical Career in Construction”

Mexico City

2014

Distinction “Lideres del Mañana ITESM”

Mexico State

2015

Outstanding Project: Residencial Expo-ON 2015

Mexico State

2016

Outstanding Project: Collective Housing

Mexico State

2016

3rd Place Nelson Award - Villas del Carbon Rehabilitation

Mexico State

2016

Participation in Herman Miller Workshop

Mexico City

2016

Participation in Pavilion Design Week Mexico City

Mexico City

2016

Social Project with Fundation Mexico-Paris

Mexico State

2017

Participation Catedra Ucalli

Monterrey, NL

2017

1St Moscow Urban Forum

Monterrey, NL

2017

Honorific Mention Bienal de Arquitectura 2017

Monterrey, NL

2017

Outstanding Project: Semester I BIM

Monterrey, NL

MACH Construye 2018- Currently Monterrey Nuevo Leon BIM Manager for construction documents. Paseo Cumbres construction documentation

Experience Richard´s Architecture + Design 2017 Summer Monterrey, Nuevo Leon Conceptual Design of Smart Moscow Tower Developing of conceptual design and rendering

Software

Skills Advanced Level

Sketching

Advanced Level

Advanced Level

Model Making

Intermediate Level

3d Max + V-Ray

Intermediate Level

Architectural Drafting

Advanced Level

Rhino + Grasshopper

Intermediate Level

Construction Documentation

Advanced Level

Form It

Intermediate Level

BIM Development

Advanced Level

Lumion

Intermediate Level

PhotoShop

Advanced Level

Illustrator

Advanced Level

Revit BIM Auto CAD

Lenguage

InDesign

Intermediate Level

Team Work

NeoData

Advanced Level

Leadership

English - 550 TOEFL

Project

Advanced Level

Research and Infomation

French - Basic

OpenProject

Advanced Level

Analysis

Japanese - Basic


2017

2016

2015

Professional Experience

INDEX

2017

Academic Projects 2016


Pag.

Condesa´s Blocks

09

Garchu Hostel

25

Inmaculado Corazon de Maria Church

37

Outstanding Project

Honorific Mention Bienal de Arquitectura

Cultural Center Roots

53

Cedis AutoZone

73

Smart Moscow Tower

89

Outstanding Project

1st Place Moscow Urban Forum


CONDESA´S BLOCKS


Condesa´s Blocks Studio: Tutor: Period: Location:

Arch. Design Studio II Arch. Cecilia Lopez Jan-May 2016 Mexico City - Condesa

Condesa´s Blocks is a building block with 16 apartments between 85-145 m2 and the main pent house with 250 m2 located in front of the iconic Parque España, La Condesa, Mexico City. The concept of this project starts with ths space qualification through block interaction, which means that each block (apartment) works as part of a whole and, at the same time, respecting the integration with the context for La Condesa is an historic and traditional neighborhood. The project is located in a corner and works as a piece that conects and completes this context following the idea of respecting the layout and image of the city. Therefore, it has a flat facade with a corner curve. According with the market research, our main users will be new and consolidated families; they are looking for confort, views and amenities. In this projec, the interaction between blocks allows 14 of this apartments to have an open and direct view to Parque España. It also has 3 lounge areas in the roof top that have a privileged location.

St. Hip Section A

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Section B


. Nuevo Leon #26, Block podromo, Mexico City

2- 4 storey buildings 5-7 storey buildings

9-15 storey buildings

Liquidambar

Palm

Oak

Poplar

Tepozan

Negundo

Elm

Ash tree

Laurel

Aralia

Causarina

Peach

Medlar

Acacia Thunder Linen

Yuka

Ivy

January 4th 10 am January 4th 4 pm

Use of land in the zone

April 30th 10 am April 30th 4 pm

Solar Analysis

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Conceptual sketches

The lot is currently creating a void in an urban’s layout

Vertical circulation & services Parking - 2 levels 7

Levels of flats

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Blocks

Maximum height 24 mts.

Flat facade and curved corner

Alignment to the street acording with the urban regulation

Interaction between blocks for the qualification of spaces

Courtyard - 20% permeable area

8 Single blocks

16 blocks: Flats between 90-180 m2 14 blocks with direct view to Parque España

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Type I - 83 m2

Duplex A - 147 m2

Type II - 119 m2

Duplex B - 160 m2 Duplex C - 173 m2

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Design process

7 Duplex blocks

Pent House PH - 228 m2

22 Parking spaces Parking


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MASTER PLAN


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Basement

12 Parking space 1

Trash deposit

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Pump room

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Electrica substation & Site

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Storage Installations

Ramp DN

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Absorption area Ramp down 1.20 mts 12% Slope

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Lobby

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Guard house

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Storage

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Ramp down 1.20 mts 12% Slope

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Floor Plan Type I

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Duplex A

Duplex B

1 Parking space

2 Parking spaces

2 Parking spaces

First Floor

First Floor

147 m2 3 Blocks

119 m2 6 Blocks

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160 m2 3 Blocks

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2 Bedrooms

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2 Bathrooms

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Toilette

2 Bathroom

4 Family room

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Family room

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5 Living room

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Living room

4 Family room

6 Dinning room

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Dinning room

5 Living room

7 Kitchen

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Kitchen

6 Dinning room

8 Laundry

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Laundry

7 Kitchen

2 Bedrooms

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Duplex A

Duplex B

1 Parking space

1 Parking space

2 Parking spaces

2 Parking spaces

Second Floor

Second Floor

83 m2 2 Blocks

147 m2 3 Blocks

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2 Bedrooms

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2 Bathrooms

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2 Bathrooms

1 Main bedrooms

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Toilette

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2 Bathroom

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Tv room

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Dinning room

8 Laundry

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Living room

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Kitchen

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Dinning room

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Laundry

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Kitchen

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Laundry

160 m2 3 Blocks

1 Main bedroom and 2 bedrooms 2 2 Bathrooms

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Floor Plan Type II

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Floor Plan Type III

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Type A

Duplex A

Duplex A

1 Parking space

1 Parking space

2 Parking spaces

2 Parking spaces First Floor

119 m2 6 Blocks

83 m2 2 Blocks

147 m2 3 Blocks

173 m2 1 Block

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2 Bedrooms

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2 Bedrooms

Second Floor

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2 Bathrooms

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2 Bathrooms

1 Main bedroom

3 Toilette

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Toilette

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Living room

2 Bathroom

4 Family room

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Family room

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Dinning room

8 Laundry

5 Living room

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Living room

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Kitchen

6 Dinning room

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Dinning room

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Laundry

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Laundry

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Pent House

Duplex A

2 Parking spaces

2 Parking spaces

173 m2 1 Block

228 m2 1 Block

Main bedroom & 2 Bedrooms

2 3 Bathrooms 3 Toilette 4 Family room 5 Living room 6 Dinning room 7 Kitchen 8 Laundry

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Second Floor

Bridge

10 Piano room 11 Bar 12 Terrace

DN

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Floor Plan Type IV

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Lobby

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Storage

Duplex A Duplex B Duplex C

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Pent House

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Interior view - Bridge of Penthouse

Type I Duplex A Duplex B Duplex C Pent House

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Trash deposit

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Pump room

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Electrica substation & Site

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Storage

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Lobby

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Guard house

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Cistern tank

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Elevation Parras Street

Elevation Nuevo Leon Street 21


Concrete f’c= 280 kg/cm2 Perimeter Angular Caisson

Cap Screw IPR Beam Tensors 0.15 0.15 0.3 0.30

Steel Deck Slab

Cealing

2.45 2.45

Detail Facade and Energy Saving

3 Sliding Panels Translucent polymer

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Double Sliding Glass Base Rail

Railing

Saving Energy

15.82 %

Relation between Walls-Windows: 90.70% Roof Insulation: Value U 0.4 W/m2k Wall Insulation: Value U 0.5 W/m2k Facade System: Value U 0.65 W/m2k SHGC: 0.3 Natural Ventilation The building does not need air conditions system

Energy saving analysis with EDGE platform


Model A


GARCHU HOSTEL


Garchu Hostel Studio: Tutor: Period: Location:

Arch. Design Studio III Arch. Jose Cruz Triay Aug-Dec 2016 Cozumel, Quintana Roo

Garchu Hostel is a tourism destination for people who are looking for adventure; it is located in the dream-like Cozumel Island.

CDMX

Cozumel

The project revolves around the diamond dorm; this concept was born because Cozumel is a island that has diamonds as raw material as you can see it in the main street. The complex geometry inside the building starts with the diamond dorm volume and it creates tension with other building. However, the facade respects the inmediatle and traditional neighborhood style. The purpose is to create the transition from the local zone to the hostel. Garchu Hostel is looking for the integration between local people and tourists, for the division is quite remarkable and one of the project´s objectives is an open public bar that will be a meeting point in the island.

Main Street

Guidline for designing People who are looking for adventure in nature

Lot Port

The plot is located 15 min away by walking from the main street Cozumel has a warm humid weather; the highest registreted temperature is of 34°C Taking advantage of the orientation using passive systems Encouraging the use of the bicycle

Current State

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Proposal


Machiche Wood Structure

Private terraces Diamond Dorm Dorms

Eaves

Bar Open for Locals

Climbing Plants Creates Privacy

Small Pool

Treated Water

Conceptual Sketch

The lot is located between a house and a goverment building in the local area of Cozumel

Design Process

There is not height restriction, but the Garchu Hostel is aligned with the neighborhood and creates a small public space in front

Inspired from a diamond, the smaller building adopts this form. In consecuence, the largest building creates tension through the geometry

The context and the constructive structure forces the facade to be at in the current atmosphere. The piazza is open for people who lives in Cozume and as well as for turists.

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Mixed Diamond Dorm

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Bathroom

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Men´s Dorm

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Bathroom

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Private Terrace

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Recreation Living Area

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Kitchen

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Dining Room

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Small Pool

10 Laundry 11 Luggage Room

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12 Bathroom 13 Bicycle Parking

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14 Reception 15 Bar


3 18 1 Void

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Void

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Mixed Diamond Dorm

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Private Terrace

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Bathroom

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19 Private Room A 20 Private Room B 21 Bathroom

Level 2

18 Private Terrace

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Master Plan


Section B

Elevation Street 31


Section A

Interior Elevation 32


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Inmaculado Corazon de Maria Church


Inmaculado Corazon de Maria Church Studio: Tutor: Period: Mention: Location: Team Work:

Arch. Design Studio IV Arch. Fausto TreviĂąo Jan-May 2017 Honorific Mention Bienal de Arquitectura Nuevo Leon Monterrey, Nuevo Leon Manuel Vela | Gustavo Ramirez

Inmaculado Corazon de Maria Curch is located at the center of the Cumbres Houses Complex. It is a meeting point therefore the main intention of this project is to create a community. This complex is the result of the transition and interaction between volumes of the buildings around it, which generates and encourages the integration of the community. The solution for the project is taking advantage of the slop to create two platforms; the main with public spaces, gardens, anphitheaters and spaces for meditation and the second one with the parking. The complex is divided in different blocks according to the function and hierachy. On the other hand, the exterior spaces allow dinamism and activities like fairs, theater displays, sports and whatever people may wish to do. The main nave geometry replicates the dinamism of the montains and it is divided in 4 pieces that come down to the main entrance. It allows the presbytery to be the highest space and creating a humbling feeling to whoever sees it.

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Conceptual Sketch

The lot is located in middle of the new complex of houses in the main street.

The building is divided in 4 pieces that come down to the main entrance. It allows the presbytery to have the highest elevation point and better lighting.

Taking advantage of the slope, I created two plataforms where the basement is the parking and the church is in the superior platform which generates a piazza

The church acquires dynamism through the geometry which allows light input. The complex is divided in different buildings because of its function and this generates spaces for exterior activities.

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Ground floor

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Exteriors

Church 1

Chapel

7

Atrium

11

Parish Priet´s House

2

Chorus

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Bell Tower

12

Religion Lecture Room A

3

Presbytery

9

Niches Garden

13

Religion Lecture Room B

4

Sacristy

10 Amphitheater

14

Cafeteria

5 Main Nave 6

Confessional

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Basement oor Master Plan 42

1

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3

2

1

80 Parking space

2

Religion Lecture Room C

3

Offices

4

Mechanic Installation Room Ramp Down 12% Slop


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Section A

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Section E

Section B


Section C

Section D

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Elevation

Elevation 46


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Elevation

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Parish Priet´s House

Bell Tower Religion Lecture Rooms

Offices

Cafeteria

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Cultural Center Roots


Cultural Center Roots Studio: Tutor: Period: Location: Team Work:

Semester I Building Information Modeling Arch. Lorena Zazueta and Arch. Rodrigo Maisterrena Aug-Dec 2017 Monterrey, Nuevo Leon BANG Constructor

Blanca Molina

|

Andrea Merizalde

|

Nayeli Cisneros | Gustavo Ramirez

Cultural Center Roots is a landmark located at the center of Distrito Tec; this project was commissioned by Distrto Tec Directors. The project is composed by one building with an auditorium for 2500 people and surrounding it a cultural center with workshops, exhibition areas and amenities. The main concept starts with the question: what is Mexico? We answer this question with “Mexico is culture”, for Mexico is the integration of traditions, activities and mainly the sense of community; the sense that we are one.This is why we try to generate the integration of the neighbours and the ITESM community through the public exterior and interior spaces. The parametric design is an expresion that has similarities with craft design, for each piece is unique and you must be careful with the details. This is why we decided to create the parametric covering, emulating the uniqueness of each piece so that the pattern resembles the traditional mexican embroidery.

ANÁLISIS DE SITIO

Finally, Mexico and the ITESM are qualified for developing these kind of projects. The concept is not something imposible to create in a near future; the development of pieces with “a crafted style”for the covering is not unimaginable.

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First Conceptual sketches

Maximum height 27 mts. The lot is located at the center of the Distrito Tec project.

Integration with the cultural context through piazzas.

Curved facade allows friendly walking pedestrian space.

The cantiliever and parametric design follow the prevailing winds and solar incidence.

Cultural Center Roots is an integration between parametric design and mexican culture. It shows that Mexico has the tecnology for these kind of architectural projects

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Location

Vehicular Flow

Disability Parking Spaces

Vertical Circulation

Services

Storage

Ventilation


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Auditorium

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Cultural Center Foyer

Cultural Center

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Sound Room

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Children Room

Vehicular Access

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Ice Cream Shop

Foyer

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Vertical Circulation

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Dressing Rooms

Services

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Access

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Services

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Vehicular Access

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Foyer

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Seats

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Southeast elevation

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Northeast elevation 61


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forma por es ETFE, material que el paso de los ra yos UV Panels a laETFE vez es translúcido

rencia lación cruzada


Multi-Permorated Aluminium Panels

Steel Structure

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ETFE Panel

Air Supply Tube for Paneles ETFE

Anchors for ETFE Panels

Ternium Steeldeck

Joist

Steel Structure for Convering

Beam IPR W21X83 Rail of Maintenance System

Maintenance Gondola

Illumination for ETFE Panels Joist

Steel Suport for Facade

ETFE Panel Detail

Injection per Floor / HVAC / Auditorium 64


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Auditorium with 2500 seats capacity Cultural Center Services Basement Parking

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Cultural Center Steel Structure System with Steel Deck Slab

Cantiliever Steel Structure System

Parking Concrete Structure System

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CEDIS AutoZone


CEDIS AutoZone Design: Constructor: Period: Location: Team Work:

Hermosillo y Asociados Arquitectos Hermosillo y Asociados Arquitectos September 2015 - October 2016 Tepeji del Rio, Hidalgo Hermosillo y Asociados Arquitectos Project Leader: Arch. Apolinar Project Managment: Ing. Oscar Gomez Superintendent: Ing. Servando Camacho Residents: Arch. Luis Mario Martinez Internships: Nadia Aranda | Gustavo Ramirez

I was working in the construction of the industrial nave for Autozone in Tepeji del Rio Hidalgo. This project has an important impact in the community because it is a potenzializer of the economy and a center that has created a lot of works. I had the opportunity of working during the whole process. The project is an industrial nave of 25 000 m2 in a lof of 90 000 m2. It has a main nave where the products will arrive and then will be distributed, the track parking area, parking for workers and recreation areas for workers. The format in which we worked was through sub contractors; each discipline has a contractor and a resident that works in collabotarion and has the responsabilities for the construction. The construction process started with the earth movements and the construction of the main platform where we built the foundations and then followed with the steel structure. Finally, we placed the roof and facade and, at the same time, we were working with the exterior landscape. When I started, I was working with the exterior civil works resident where I learnt the importance of the pluvial solution, for during the process if we do not think in strategies for the control of the water, otherwise it may destroy our work. After this, I worked with the structural resident where I learnt the importance of precision, because we could not have mistakes above 1 milimeter. It was an experiencie that gave me the guidelines for my design development. Even though it was not a design work, I learnt the importance of the construction process, structure details and the construction solutions that we can apply to the design process.

Tepeji del Rio

M ico ex -Q o ar

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Floor Plan Site

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Warehouse

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Containments

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Offices

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Containers Parking

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Recreation Workers Area

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Maintenance Area

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Parking Lot

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I was responsable for building the the strom sewers and I had to check that the levels, slopes, formwork and the quantity of concrete that would be correct. I also had to supervise the process of placing the concrete.

Strom Sewer South

Location

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In collabotarion with the resident of exterior works, we designed the desander and I was responsible for building it. I used some sketches to explain the workers how it was suppossed to be.

Desander Strom Sewer

Location

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I worked in collaboration with the signaling contractor and I had to be sure that the measurements and the location of the signals where the correct ones.

Parking and Main Entrance Signaling - Main Pylon

Location

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I designed this proposal for landscape. It was made up of a desert garden and a mechanical gate system. I was resposible for supervising the civil workers, garden and smithy main gate fabrication.

Main Entrance Landscape Design

Location

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I was working as auxiliar of the structural and civil works exterior resident. We supervised works like the structure mounting, the placement of sidewalks and containment pond lake.

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Works as Auxiliar of Resident

Location

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Team CEDIS AutoZone


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Smart Moscow Tower


Smart Moscow Tower Design Concept: Period: Location: Team Work:

Richard Architecture + Design April - August 2017 Moscow City, Russia Richard Architecture + Design Desing + Concept Leader: Prof. Arch. Richard Moreta Team Work: Arch. Juvenal Echenique | Javier Miramontes | Gustavo Ramirez Proj. Manager: Arch. Jenya Zayachkovskiy Int. Design: Alena Sanaeva Landscape: Designer Alexander Legeza

The smart Moscow Tower: a new symbol to the city of Moscow . It is a urban multiuse building located in Moscow, Russia near the Moscow River and in the city that is going to work as an event venue for the local and international community. Using these points as focus: City Monument of Moscow First Drone-Cars Docking Station and Parking Recycling Water Plant Electrical Power Plant based on Removable Energies New Park and Botanic Garden Multi-use Building for residential, hospitality, offices and commercial purposes Work-Live for the Moscow International Business Center During the summer, I had the opportunity to work in RAD where I participated in the development of design concept of this project in collaboration with the architect Richard Moreta. It was at this point of my career where I learnt the principles of parametric design, eco-thecnology applied to a projects, therefore my representation diagrams and renders skills improved.

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Equilibrium

Perspective

Dinamism

Wind, vegetation and brightnes

Vertical Forest Concept

Design Process

Culture symbol from Rusia´s Culture

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Restaurant Plan

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Restaurant

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Kitchen

3

Restroom

4

Buffet Area

5

Elevators

6

Stairs

Podium Plan

Location

92

1

Cinemas

2

Food court

3

Candy shop

4

Lunch bar

5

Restroom

6

Elevator + Stairs

Location


Gym

2

Showers

3

Coffe shop

4

Auditorium

5

Offices

6

Elevators + Stairs

Offices Plan

1

1

Suites

2

Rooms

3

Elevators

4

Stairs

5

Linel

6

Electrical

Location

Suits Plan

Location

93


Vertical Forest

CO2 Capture

A height of 75 oors with around 65000 trees and shrubs that are expected to absorb 130 tons of CO2 per year

Vertical walls will capture C02 and then transform it to energy.

Wind Energy Electrical power plant based on renewable energies.

Solar Panels Botanic Garden 4 seasons

Bioclimatic Strategies

Microclimates created by strategically placed vegetation

94

Recycling for oating solids


Residencial

Structural Core Vertical Circulation

Offices

Section

The Podium

Coomercial Center

Public Park

95


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Gustavo Ramirez | Architecture Portfolio  

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