IVETTE RUIZ PORTOFOLIO
TABLE OF CONTENTS ACADEMIC WORKS
Educational Innovation Center
Digital and Physical Fabrication
Urban Design Quizala
Deployable Concert Shell
PROFESSIONAL WORKS Residence Samayoa Tapia
Residence Jenkins Arguello
Garden Work at Haciendas del Bosque
EDUCATIONAL INNOVATION CENTER DESCRIPTION: HOUSTON GREEN LOOP
SCIENCE & RESEARCH LABS
FINAL PROJECT FOR ADVANCED STUDIO I INSTRUCTOR: HERMAN HOWARD TEAM: QI TIAN, IVETTE RUIZ GROUP WORK: MASTER PLAN INDIVIDUAL WORK: CONCEPT AND BUILDING DESIGN Georgia Institute of Technology 2yrs. M.ARCH LOCATION: HOUSTON, TEXAS 2016- 1ST SEMESTER
As a group project we analyzed the urban situation of the Greater Third Ward. The Green Loop is an approach to intervene the area in key points as a beginning of an urban transformation. The challenge to bring three different educational institution together by overcoming cultural and physical barriers. Individually I developed a research science lab as a solution to the challenge. The goal of this building is to create spaces that engage the sharing of ideas and socialization inside and outside the classroom. The big idea is to make people come together by creating common and appealing green spaces. LOCATION, AND GREEN LOOP
MAIN FACADE 3
BIG IDEA: COURTYARD
DIGITAL AND PHYSICAL FABRICATION DESCRIPTION: ABSTRACT BIRD FINAL PROJECT FOR OPERATION 512 INSTRUCTOR: KEITH KASSEMAN Georgia Institute of Technology 2yrs. M.ARCH
2016- 1ST SEMESTER
The project consisted in the fabrication of a construction gig using digital technology and fabrication tools. It was an iterative process where we constantly switch form Rhino and Grasshoper to physical construction. Among the tools used to create the final prototype where the CNC router machine.
Final physical model
From copper to final plywood model
TECHNO-ART HUB Mercedes Benz Stadium
DESCRIPTION: PORTMAN COMPETITION FINAL PROJECT FOR ADV. DESIGN II INSTRUCTOR: CHARLES RUDOLF TEAM: JINGYI, IVETTE, KASHIMIRA Georgia Institute of Technology 2yrs. M.ARCH
Commerce Plazas Galleries
SITE Georgia State Capitol
Techno-Cultural Hub Theater
SPRING 2017 Living
Techno-Art Hub is a projects that aims to integrate and recover the identity of downtown Atlanta. It has four main components: the academy & research, the living, the art and the public space. It explore and embrace the live/work/play situation of technology’s exciting Manifest Destiny, establishing a connection between the virtual network and the physical world using art and research as its mediums.
Academy & Research Mixed use residence Public park Theater Amphitheater
Future expansion mixed use Future expansion mixed use Public park Conection to Garnett
Future expansion Future expansion mixed use Garnett Station
Final physical model
Collage showing the dinamism created by the project.
View to the Academy & Research Building
Academy & Research
Section of the theatre and Amphitheatre
URBAN DESIGN QUIZALA DESCRIPTION: PLANNING AND URBAN DESIGN THESIS FOR BACHELORâ€™S DEGREE IN ARCHITECTURE TEAM: AMPARO ARCIA, TANIA LOPEZ, PEDRO JOAQUIN ARCIA, IVETTE RUIZ
LOCATION: SAN RAFAEL DEL SUR, MANAGUA, NICARAGUA 2011
The objectives of the thesis were to make a diagnosis-prognosis for Quizala coastal zone, to define urban and environmental project criteria, and to develop a plan of reorganization and urban design based on the following studies: - Legal framework - Topography - Precedents - Site analysis - Environmental analysis - Society and economy - Urban image - Urban sceneries - Urban design
SWOT Analy sis 100
Theorical Fram e
DEPLOYABLE CONCERT SHELL DESCRIPTION: RESPONSIVE STRUCTURES FINAL PROJECT FOR D+R I INSTRUCTOR: DANIEL BAERLECKEN TEAM: RICARDO BAEZ, IVETTE RUIZ Georgia Institute of Technology 2yrs. M.ARCH FALL 2017
Deployable shell is the result of the exploration of the crumpling technique in origami. Two main focuses, crumpling as a pattern and crumpling as a mechanism merged into one structure. Crumpling techniques
Deployable physical study model
Concert deployable shell
RESIDENCE SAMAYOA TAPIA DESCRIPTION: PRIVATE HOUSE OWNER: FAMILY SAMAYOA TAPIA TEAM: RB ARQUITECTOS ARCHITECTURE: IVETTE RUIZ, RAUL BERMUDEZ STRUCTURE: DENNIS TRAÑA ELECTRICITY: OSCAR SIRIAS HYDROLOGY: JIMMY VANEGAS LOCATION: MANAGUA, NICARAGUA 2014-2015
“ New home, new hope”... The house design Samayoa Tapia was intended to welcome a family with expansion plans in a near future. Safe neighborhood, big garden, spacious areas and modern look were some of the general requirements. Space for garden areas and maximum utilization of natural resources were some of the emphasis. The distribution of the house re-takes some elements from the colonial architecture: Inner gardens and spacious circulation areas.
Interior picture of the social area
RESIDENCE JENKINS ARGUELLO DESCRIPTION: PRIVATE HOUSE OWNER: FAMILY JENKINS ARGUELLO TEAM: RB ARQUITECTOS ARCHITECTURE: IVETTE RUIZ, RAUL BERMUDEZ STRUCTURE: CARLOS DELGADO ELECTRICITY: OSCAR SIRIAS HYDROLOGY: OSCAR SIRIAS LOCATION: MANAGUA, NICARAGUA
2012 main objective of this project is to design a family vacation house in The Nicaragua. They wanted a contemporary style house that allowed them to enjoy family gatherings and the tropical weather.
The concept works around the social activity areas and open spaces.
The main objective of this project is to design a family vacation house in Nicaragua. They wanted a contemporary style house that allowed them to enjoy family gatherings and the tropical weather. The concept works around the social activity areas and open spaces.
GARDEN WORK AT HACIENDAS DEL BOSQUE DESCRIPTION: GARDEN DESIGN OWNER: Dr. Zela Porras TEAM: RB ARQUITECTOS ARCHITECTURE: IVETTE RUIZ, RAUL BERMUDEZ LOCATION: MANAGUA, NICARAGUA
Hacienda del Bosques was a new residential development of contemporary character, with certain references of minimalism. The design principles of these houses still preserve in their composition elements that have been linked to the customs of Nicaraguansâ€™ habitat; Courtyard. Colonnade surrounded terraces, use of clay shingles as traditional element and for a contrasting purspose. To develop the project concept it was retaken the elements of former times and translated them into a design of a contemporary style, always considering the requirements of the owner and the house itself.
Published on Mar 9, 2018