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HANSEL PELLOT A R C H I T E C T U R E


PORTFOLIO


Copyright Š 2017 Hansel G. Pellot PÊrez Design: Hansel G. Pellot Academic and Professional Portfolio Project designed using the font families Trade Gothic Times New Roman Arial All photos taken by the autor. Aereal photos taken from Google Earth Pro. All rights reserved. No part of this publication, total or partial, may be reproduced, distributed, or transmitted in any form or by any means - including photocopying, recording, electronic or mechanical methods or other means, - is strictly prohibited without prior written permission. Printing: Digital Group Color Printing Calle Las Palmas esquina Hoare, Miramar, PR


by

Hansel G. Pellot Pérez works from 2010 to 2017

HANSEL PELLOT A R C H I T E C T U R E


This portfolio brings together various architecture and design projects made during the course of my student career at the School Of Architecture of the Polytechnic University of Puerto Rico. It is an effort to compile and synthesize a large part of my professional training, including works that I consider relevant to the learning of many different knowledges. Here are displayed from my first years of the career, research and capstone thesis project, in addition to student exchange trips and other design works. The next pages are a reflection of the skills and knowledge I have acquired during these years and have formed who I am.


10 RESUME

14 RESEARCH + CAPSTONE 16 26 38 8

01 More Than Twentysix 02 Out of Gasoline 03 Vélo Station


68 CULTURAL 70 76

04 Rio Piedras Cultural Center 05 Casa Mita Museum + Chapel

82 HOUSING 84

06 Pier 3 Apartments

96 BUSINESS 98 110 118

124 OTHER 126 127

10 Pedestrian Bridge 11 PUPR 50th Anniversary Christmas Ornament

128 GRAPHIC DESIGN 130 131 132

12 AIAS ArqPoli 13 T-Shirts 14 Others

134 CONTACT

07 Bank Of China 08 Tolosa Business & Convention Center 09 STUDY ABROAD 9


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Architect in training recently graduated from the Polytechnic

University of Puerto Rico. I am highly organized and efficient individual, who believes in the power of architecture, design and research to effect good in the world. My goal is to help better shape the built environment through the creation of beautiful, functional architecture and to communicate good ideas. To these ends I will continue to work, learn, and immerse myself in the field in order to create to the best of my ability. Seeking a full time entry-level position in the architectural field.

... L A N G U A G E S Spanish Natural language English Fluent speaking and writing High reading and understanding

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SKILLS Drawing & Design Scale modeling & 3D modeling Handcraft skills Editing & Rendering Creativity Research Writing Work under pressure Teamplayer Fast learning Self motivated

EDUCATION Class of 2010

High School graduate Dr. AgustĂ­n Stahl School BayamĂłn March - May 2015

Urbanism Study Abroad Facultad de Arquitectura y Urbanismo Universidad Nacional de La Plata Argentina Class of 2017

Bachelor of Architecture ArqPoli School of Architecture Polytechnic University of Puerto Rico San Juan


EXPERIENCE EMPLOYMENT 2012

Care and Maintenance Bayamón Municipal Greenhouse Dpto. de Reforestación y Ornato Bayamón 2012 – 2014

Bike Courier Ecomensajería 2014

Delivery and Customer Service El Desquicio Fab-lab Café Temporary services

Writer, Plans Annotator Anthony Fire Protection

TECH SKILLS EXTRA-CURRICULAR 2015-2017

Graphic Designer AIAS ArqPoli chapter (American Institute of Architecture Students) Polytechnic University of Puerto Rico

INTERNSHIPS

Windows OS

PROFICIENT: Autodesk AutoCad Autodesk REVIT SketchUp Adobe Illustrator Lumion

2016

Microsoft Word

Internship, 250 hours ROSSILUGO Arquitectos, San Juan

Microsoft Power Point

FREELANCE Graphic Artist/Designer HENZO

FAMILIARIZED: Adobe Photoshop Adobe InDesign Artlantis Studio Microsoft Excel 11


SUBTHEMES ICONS LEGEND 12


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HOUSING Multi-family Housing, Single Family Home

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URBANISM

Abandoned Gasoline Stations

Museums, Galleries, Leisure

Restoration, Reformation, Reuse, Redevelopment

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MORE THAN TWENTY

01 MORE THAN TWENTY SIX

CAUSES AND EFFECTS OF ABANDONED GASOLINE STATIONS IN THE PUERTORRICAN CONTEXT Mid-Career Research ARCH 3030 Spring 2014 / 12 weeks Third Year Studio Professor: Jorge Rigau

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“Naively I may turn back into romanticism by finding again a sense of purity and beauty on those objects. The quality of architecture is best shown on its ruins, it’s said.” Iñaki Bergera, Twentysix (Abandoned) Gasoline Stations

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ABSTRACT E

very day, at any time, we go out to the streets, without paying attention to the environment that surrounds us. Accustomed to the daily scenario, we let escape many things, particularly repetitive building typologies and elements. From the built landscape we usually ignore disused or abandoned buildings and sites, as if they were not there, perhaps because they are not a destination or lack any social purpose.

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Walking and cycling allows us to be more in contact with our surroundings. This has sparked my interest in capturing photographs of abandoned places that make up the daily landscape in Puerto Rico. Dedicated to this task, on a trip from Bayamón to Isabela along the PR-2 highway, I managed to count nine closed gas stations in just a few hours, as if it were a plague. Another six abandoned

stations in the Metropolitan Area came to various artists [such as Edward Ruscha, mind, which I have seen for several years Eric Tabuchi, among others] who use different means to interpret them. Ruscha already. being the first with his book “Twentysix The abandonment of gas stations is a Gasoline Stations”, other artists echo their phenomenon that proliferates locally and work using the number 26. Equally, this internationally. This research studies the research leads to an artistic project that history of the gas station in Puerto Rico echoes Ruscha, exposing 26 abandoned and the multiple factors attributed to the gasoline stations in Puerto Rico. closure and abandonment of gas stations The research in general presented in the last decade. The different design typologies, location and context are methodological difficulties regarding identified, and the relationship between the accuracy of the information available these characteristics and the closure of for the finding and documentation these structures. In addition, we argued of the closed stations. To date no about the visual impact they cause in the agency has an inventory and it is everyday landscape and the effect it has difficult to pinpoint an exact number on the people. In these arguments we see of how many abandoned gas stations topics as the “non-places” of Marc Augé, are in Puerto Rico. Althoughthe data founded suggested 200 approximately. and other similar theories. At the time of the investigation, 86 The gasoline station is an icon of the stations were documented, including American road and automobile culture. abandoned, closed and “recycled” As such symbol, internationally, stations. The documented regions were conceptually has attracted the attention of the Metropolitan Area, most of the North


coast and some municipalities of the East and South of the Island. During the investigation we incur in several subjects that open the possibility to deeper future investigations. The possibility of reusing an abandoned gas station for other purposes, either “recycling� or remodeling. Rehabilitation and redevelopment of damaged land, are other topics that would require further research. While photographic documentation was vital in the assembly of this puzzle, the stations, in themselves, were the most revealing documents of their own happening. The abandoned gasoline station is summarized as one of the most important subjects in the Puerto Rican architectural scene and as the symbol of the depression of road culture. In the end, with a sense of purity, it reveals its true architectural quality, calling itself the ruin of the 21st century.

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SCAUSASO YNEFECTOSMDE LASÁ GASOLINERAS S D EABANDONADAS V E ENI ELNPAISAJE T IPUERTORRIQUEÑO SÉIS ARCH3030 MID-CAREER RESEARCH - PROF. JORGE RIGAU

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OUT OF GASOLINE

02 OUT OF GASOLINE

REDEVELOPMENT OF ABANDONED GASOLINE STATIONS FOR ALTERNATIVE USES Capstone Research ARCH 5010 Winter 2015 / 12 weeks Fifth Year Studio Professor: Irvis González-Colón Jury: Jorge Rigau, José Lorenzo Torres, Jaime Suarez

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“The possibilities are endless for these sites; we just need one person with a big idea who’s ready to take on the challenge.” Ivy Hughes, Vacant Gas Stations: What If?

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oth in Puerto Rico and the world, abandoned gas stations have proliferated for various reasons, regardless of their typology, location or context. The abandonment of stations causes a negative impact, both environmental and visual in the urban landscape, leading them into oblivion for being useless. On the island there are hundreds of abandoned gas stations, which most are at very busy intersections, meaning they can have great demand for real estate. Because these businesses are not viable, the owner does not take care of the site and it becomes a problem.

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Strategies that have transformed these businesses into meeting and leisure spaces have been carried out at many stations. Gas station owners have added programs and products of high demand, such as craft beers, food and leisure areas,

to attract customers. However, many abandoned stations have been recycled to give these places a second life. They have been redeveloped as barber shops, restaurants, bars, car wash, food-trucks plazas, and public cinemas, among others, always reusing the existing structure and maintaining the aesthetics of the gas station. But gasoline stations are designed to fulfill one function: sell and dispense fuel. The program to be proposed for the redevelopment of the abandoned gas station will not seek to reopen these business for sale of gasoline. The selected site will be used to develop a social purpose program, which may be mixed use. This project explains these lands are Brownfields, that is to say, a real estate or the expansion, redevelopment or reuse of the site whose use can imply a complication by the presence or possible presence of a dangerous substance or contaminant. Which implies that before

any other program is built in that place should identify and eliminate any risk to human health. We revisit Marc Augé’s “Non-Places” theories and other similar like Edward Relph’s “Place and Placelessness” and how these conditions occur simultaneously everywhere and how they affect abandoned gas stations. Also it is explained that these nonplaces become “solid urban waste”, “real estate corpses”, or “public hindrances”, buildings that are there without being anything, immersed in an urban context that demands spaces and activities. The abandoned gas station chosen for the project is the former ESSO station, located at Los Angeles Marginal Street (Luis Muñoz Rivera Expressway), stop 14 in Miramar. We study what we could about its history and the urban conditions that it presents, and current urban


development plans in that area. But the thing that caught the attention was the traffic of cyclists and runners that transit that area every day and the sporting events that occur in that zone. We talked about how many cities in the world have been betting on the recovery of the bicycle as a means of transport, and how San Juan, although at a very slow pace, it’s doing it too. We return to Marc Augé, who also writes a book entitled “Eloge de la bicyclette”, where he says: “Cycling is a humanism that opens with renewed strength the doors of utopia and a more hopeful future: the symbol of an ecological future for the City of tomorrow and an urban project that could perhaps reconcile society with itself.” If Augé says that the bicycle is a symbol of utopia, we could say that the abandoned gas station is in fact a symbol of dystopia.

The former Esso Station, will become a Bicycle Club, that will advocate for the local cycling culture and will promote the diversity of the pedal. The bicycle will be the subject that reconfigures the space, appropriating a place designed for the car, thus claiming its place in the city. As a way of protest, against the overuse of the automobile and in favor of cycling culture and education. In conjunction with this station, a cycle path master plan will be developed which will connect to the existing cycle routes to connect two other former gas station to be bicycle clubs This network will also interconnect different universities, parks and places of interest. Redeveloping this gas station for the bicycle seeks to establish harmony with the environment by promoting sustainable mobility alternatives. At the same time creating accessible spaces for recreation and social activities that promote creativity and economic

development. It is also an act of claiming the right to free mobility, of the bicycle as an active means of transport. It seeks to achieve a community that supports cycling and local commerce while working to reduce pollution and excessive use of the automobile. The bicycle club will be a platform that will bring a cultural transformation towards a sustainable city.

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Paseo Lineal Miramar-Condado by Carlos E. Betancourt Llambias Arquitectos Runners Common Routes Cyclists Common Routes Cycling Race Circuit

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Universidad Politécnica

Universidad de Puerto Rico

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Plan Metropolitano de Transportación San Juan 2040 Propone una Red de Paseos Peatonales y Ciclistas o Parques Lineales para conectar los recursos naturales, bosques y espacios abiertos adyacentes a los cuerpos de agua y el Litoral Atlántico, así como las áreas recreativas y culturales con los centros urbanos.

Universidad Metropolitana

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VÉLO STATION

03 VÉLO STATION

Los Ángeles Marginal Street / Luis Muñoz Rivera Expressway, Stop 14 Miramar, PR 18.449233°, -66.083200° ARCH 5020-5030 Spring-Fall 2016 / 24 weeks Fifth Year Studio Professor: Carlos E. Betancourt Llambias Jury: Jaime Suarez, Eugenio Ramírez Ballagas, Josué Rivera Gandía, Omayra Rivera-Crespo, Ediberto Ocasio

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he Vélo Station is a bicycle club located at Miramar, Santurce, in an abandoned former Esso station. This building is a prototype design for the reuse of discarded gas stations as a space appropriation by the bicycle claiming its place in the city. The project proposes to reuse the abandoned station or part of it. That in itself it becomes symbol of evolution and cyclist culture, as once it was symbol of the road culture. This is an act to claim the right to free mobility, of the bicycle as an active means of transport. In this case,

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concrete, as the brutality of the city, and steel, which speaks of the lightness of the bicycle and gives an industrial image that responds to the area where it is located. Wrapped in a translucent skin facade that provides protection against weather and at night it allows it to becomes a light The new building presents itself as screen between city and nature. a sculpture in the landscape due to its elliptical shape, product of the speed and movement of the bicycle. At the same time it works as an extension of ‘‘Parque Central’’and the ‘‘Paseo Lineal’’, weaving the mangrove landscape with the city. As for materiality there is a contrast between the canopy of the petrol dispensers area is preserved to relocate bicycle repairing stations and parking. The former store building is demolished to make space for the new station that requires other types of programs and image.


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RÍO PIEDRAS CULTURAL CENTER

04 RÍO PIEDRAS CULTURAL CENTER Ponce De Leon Ave. & Robles Street, Río Piedras, Puerto Rico 18.399971°, -66.051771° ARCH 2020 Winter 2012 / 5 weeks Second Year Studio Professor: Josué Rivera Gandía Jury: Jaime Cobas, Carlos Camacho, Juan Penabad, Fernando De Jesús López

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he RPCC emerge from the analysis of the urban density versus the programmatic voids of it context. It’s a result of carving a mass to mold a form that follows its function. The program consist of an Art Gallery, Cafeteria, Library, Amphitheatre, Artist Studios, and a Public Plaza. All surrounded by a metallic veil that gives continuity to the urban facade of the Ponce de León Ave. in Rio Piedras.

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CASA MITA MUSEUM + CHAPEL

05 CASA MITA MUSEUM + CHAPEL

Between Fernandez Juncos St. and M. Pérez Freytes St., Arecibo, Puerto Rico 18.471460°, -66.719106° ARCH 3010 FALL 2013 / 5 weeks Third Year Studio Professor: Mercè Martinez Martin Jury: José Pagán-Parés, Benjamín Batista Historic building documentation by Diana Serrano Miranda, Elizabeth Rodríguez Rivera, Samuel González Rodríguez and Hansel Pellot Pérez

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SAN JUAN PIER 3 APARTMENTS

06 SAN JUAN PIER 3 APARTMENTS Pier 3, Old San Juan, Puerto Rico 18.464322°, -66.111706° ARCH 4010 Fall 2014 / 5 weeks Fourth Year Studio Professor: Mercè Martinez Martin Jury: José Pagán-Parés

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he SJP3Apt is located in the historic zone of San Juan, in a high-traffic area of touristic, commercial, social and cultural activity. The Block Type Building is located in two sites divided by a street, placing 2 towers in each site, connected to each other to form a single building. The project explores modular housing concepts with more than 4 predetermined typologies. From studios to 3 bedroom apartments, simplex and duplex, which allow the addition of neighboring modules to expand each house according to the needs of each resident. A small shopping center is located in the first level along whit the first level of parking and service area. In the second level there are more spaces for commercial rent and a public plaza overlooking at the pier.


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07 BANK OF CHINA

50 Luis Muñoz Rivera Ave., San Juan, Puerto Rico 18.430300°, -66.059900° ARCH 4030 Fall 2015 / 8 weeks Fourth Year Studio Professor: Enrique Abruña-Lojo

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SOLAR "A" 6,426.9176 M-2 69,178.4745 S-F

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he Bank of China wants to open a branch in Puerto Rico and they want to locate it in the banking area of Hato Rey’s Milla de Oro.” The building intends to fill a void in the city context, locating in a prime site, right next to the train station, the “Choliseo”, “AquaExpreso” and the “Paseo Lineal del Caño”. The design raises a 5-story building with a Hi-Tech architectural language that is consistent with the Bank’s worldwide image.

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This project address the integration of multiple areas: programming, design, technology and structures that synthesizes all encompassing problems that elucidate the multilayered nature of architecture. Code compliance evaluation, local zoning codes, structural systems, construction materials, mechanical and electrical systems are evaluated, 100 analyzed, considered and applied before being developed into the design.

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Almacén de seguridad

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Finanzas Internas

Reuniones de Banca

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CHILLERS & CISTERNS

ELECTRICITY AND TELECOM.

STRUCTURE Azotea 74' - 6"

Nivel 5 61' - 6"

Nivel 4 48' - 6" Hormigón sobre Metal Deck

Nivel 3 35' - 6"

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EAST ELEVATION / LUIS MUÑOZ RIVERA AVE.

P4 30' - 0"

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WEST ELEVATION / AQUAEXPRESO

Level 2 20' - 0"

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TOLOSA BUSINESS & CONVENTION CENTER

08 TOLOSA BUSINESS & CONVENTION CENTER

2nd St. & 526th St. La Plata, Buenos Aires Province, Argentina -34.890600°, -57.970470° ARCH 4020 Spring 2015 / 4 weeks - Team project with Samuel González Rodríguez Fourth Year Studio Professor: Federico Bares Jury: Carlos E. Betancourt, Nicolás Bares, Sergio Gutarra, Lucas Mainero

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he TBCC is located in the Tolosa district, where the train station and the old railroad sheds are located. The new architecture rises above the existing buildings and perpendicular to the axis of the sheds and the train tracks. Making an X mark indicating where Tolosa is located from great distance and connecting the two parts of the city that are divided by the train. The building is divided into three parts, Business, Plaza, and Conventions, and it also incorporates a new train station, leaving the existing one and the sheds for the Railway Museum. In addition, the rest of the vast empty site is developed to make new blocks for housing and mixed use programs, and the new Park of Tolosa.

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MASTER PLAN

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STUDY ABROAD 09 AR(Q)GENTINA 2015

Facultad de Arquitectura y Urbanismo - Universidad Nacional de La Plata Buenos Aires Province SPRING 2015 / 8 weeks Fourth Year Studio

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ARCH 1010 Winter 2010 First Year Studio Professor: Jaime Suarez


11 PUPR 50th Anniversary Christmas Ornament

Winter 2016 Second Prize Winner

This ornament symbolizes the the commemorative scissors of the first ribbon cut of the Polytechnic University of Puerto Rico 50 Christmases ago.

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