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portfolio

spring 2019

ivรกn rando campos i.randocampos@gmail.com 8 +34 65745291


INDEX


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CURRICULUM VITAE

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MATCHING ERAS

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DISMANTLING

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RE.ICON

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ONE-WEEK PROJECTS

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DETROIT NON CAR CITY

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NYC ACUPUNCTURE

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DISPARITY MAP

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Iván Rando Campos December, 19th 1997 C/ Divino Pastor, 27, 2º izda, Madrid, Spain C/ Donantes de Sangre, 9, Higuera de Calatrava, Spain +34 657 452 918 i.randocampo

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EDUCATION 2020 2015-now 2015

Aalto University School of Arts Design and Architecture / Helsinki Erasmus+ Exchange Program E.T.S. de Arquitectura, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid / Madrid Undergraduate studies in Architecture I.E.S. Ntra. Sra. de Alharilla / Porcuna, Jaén Graduated in High school with excellent performance. 9.4/10

WORKSHOPS 2019

Extra-local Workshop / Cerezales del Condado, Spain Workshop exploring the act of making, materials, construction and politics in the context of rural Spain and the post-recession global economy (with support of FCAYC, Columbia University GSAPP and Oslo Triennale 2019)

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Ultzama Campus / Pamplona, Spain Selected as the student representing the Polytechnic University of Madrid. Tutors: Francisco Mangado and Eduardo Souto de Moura

2018

Renzo Piano Building Workshop Scholarship Finalist among the 40 fourth/fifth year ETSAM students

2017

Fama Lab 2017 / Madrid José Mª Sánchez García, Luis Rojo and Emilio Tuñón Unit

EXHIBITIONS 2019

Oslo Triennale 2019 / Oslo, Norway Research on Dismantling strategies and Re-territorialization exhibited as part of the work developed in Extra-local Workshop

2019

E.T.S. de Arquitectura, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid / Madrid WithHonors Fall 2018 (exhibition of best students works)

2018

Biennale di Venezia / Venice, Italy 255 editorial work selected to be exhibited

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E.T.S. de Arquitectura, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid / Madrid WithHonors Spring 2016 (exhibition of best student works)


WORK EXPERIENCE 2017-now

255 / Madrid Editor at 255 editorial

2018

E.T.S. de Arquitectura, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid / Madrid Teacher assistant at Alberto Nanclares and Jesús San Vicente’s Proyectos 0

2018

E.T.S. de Arquitectura, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid / Madrid Intern at the Dean’s Office and collaborator at the Architecture & Culture Department (Acha Urioste scholarship)

2018

E.T.S. de Arquitectura, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid / Madrid Editor assistant at ETSAM Yearbook 2017/2018

2018

E.T.S. de Arquitectura, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid / Madrid Teacher assistant at Manuel Blanco and Belén Moneo’s Architecture Analysis

2018

ARCO madrid / Madrid Cultural mediator at #Futuro exhibition curated by Chus Martínez, Elise Lammer and Rosa Lleó

2017

Norman Foster Foundation / Madrid Intern at the Projects and Research Unit during the opening of the Foundation (Future is Now grant)

2016

OpenHouse Festival / Madrid Volunteer visit guide in Iglesia del Espíritu Santo

2016

Urban Initiative “Barrio de la Estación” / Coslada Participating in the design and assembly of the set for the play ‘El Derecho a Soñar’

PUBLICATIONS 2019

Featured on the ETSAM Yearbook / ISBN: 978-84-16397-90-7 Course 2017-2018

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Choque de Trenes / ISSN: in proccess Grupo 4! Unit

2018

27* sarao / ISSN: 2254-1098 255 editorial

2017

Madrid New York / ISSN 2530-9072 Alberto Campo Baeza Unit

2016

OVNI 4 / ISBN 978-84-942428-7-8 DPA E.T.S. de Arquitectura, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid

LANGUAGES Spanish

Native

English

Advanced / Cambridge English: First Certificate (B2) 2014

French

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MATCHING ERAS architectural design 6 Emilio Tuñón unit Professors Luis Rojo José Mª Sánchez Ara González Ángela Juarranz

https://issuu.com/ivnrnd/ docs/matching-eras

With geographical reference in Córdoba and the Salto del Jándula dam, the course statement proposed establishing a metabolic or literal link between both sites. Beyond the evident connection Guadalquivir river means, this exercise challenge was to consider not only historical-cultural importance of the places, but two great previous architectural projects: 2002 Congress Center by OMA and 1930 Salto del Jándula dam by Casto Fernández-Shaw. A first phase in a group establish information channels, building obsolescence and low urban density as the main research routes for the exercise development. Later, this will evolve in an urban islands analysis with archaeological remains in Córdoba and a study of an old farm which supplied La Lancha village.

we establish abandonment as an opportunity, archaeological trace as an information layer and ruin as raw material. Taking full advantage of the potential site, the project is understood as a strata superposition which function as a vertical extension of the city. Functioning as a programmatic sandwich, the upper lower strata open or close to respond to different interior/exterior pressures along its length: accommodating a public area between the conference hall and cultural center; connecting spaces by holing the basement piece.

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parcela.02 ‡rea: 2507.84 m2 restos arquol—gicos

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parcela.03 ‡rea: 434.77 m2

parcela.04 ‡rea: 1535.35 m2

parcela.05 ‡rea: 616.1757 m2

parcela.06 ‡rea: 554.02 m2 restos arquol—gicos

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DISMANTLING Extra-local Workshop @a.wrkshp Tutors Carles Enrich Juan Herreros Anna Puigjanner FALA Atelier

https://a-wkshp.com http://oslotriennale.no

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From a pessimistic perspective, we believe the stage of decay in which rural dwellings are immersed is irreversible. Heroic endeavors of salvation seem especially naïve in this context, and those which are actually realised can hardly become replicable models. Nevertheless, adobe architecture has proven to be somehow exemplary in this ruination cycle. There is a correspondence between the ‘life’ of adobe buildings and the life of those bodies inhabiting it. Both entities have been bonded by a relation of mutual care, and now both seem to be heading for a shared fate. Our response to the brief of the workshop attempts to draw attention to this process of dismantling and reterritorialization of adobe architecture as an alternative system

of value, opposed to that in which architecture is only appraised on the basis of profitability. At the end, we raise a question: could this become a plausible way of operating in this context?


architectural design 5 Jesús Aparicio unit Professors Jesús Aparicio César Jiménez Alejandro Vírseda

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in this way, first decision taken was to conserve the current structure as a vindication of its iconicity withi the city of Madrid.

a new light enclosure structure. it’s about resolving the inaccessibility, urban degradation and the current lack of space in the tower. among the new programs, it is besought student attention center, co-working spaces, exhibition spaces, restaurant, bicycle parking for rent

therefore, we propose two main strategies: urban reactivation and

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RE.ICON

this proposal in the Moncloa Lighthouse begins from several inherited convictions we got from the context and history research.


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floor plans exhibition, cafe and co-working space


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final images exterior views from highway such as peatonal path

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CIU EXCHANGER architectural design 5 JesĂşs Aparicio unit

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as it was mentioned before, students were asked to developed three projects one-week long each of them to show their performance and accuracy when working with tigh deadlines.


STUDENT DWELLING architectural design 5 JesĂşs Aparicio unit

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as it was mentioned before, students were asked to developed three projects one-week long each of them to show their performance and accuracy when working with tigh deadlines.


DETROIT NON CAR CITY architectural design 4 CoLab unit Professors Begoña de Abajo Enrique Espinosa Diego Gª Setién Almudena Ribot the project strarts from the assembly of two previous case studies: Louis Kahn’s Olivetti Factory (industrial scale) and the Eames House in Los Angeles (infill-domestic scale). A 10.000 sqm plot located in Detroit becomes the scene where both constructive systems join to create a high-density open building, capable of generating the support for a city by indefinitely replicating itself. an investigation on usage levels, energy production, light control requirements and other atmospheric conditions results on the proposed hybrid programmatic infill.

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SPATIO-TEMPORAL DISPARITY MAP architectural analysis Manuel Blanco & BelĂŠn Moneo unit

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students were asked to elaborate a free format account of their lives (an avatar) through a three week period. the proposed exercise analyses the disparity between the virtual and real

planes in spatio-temporal terms and how the user uses it in their favor. it is while in new york when the approach arises. then, it aims to show how the lack of connection to the internet and the time change among countries make their posts potentially modified actions regarding the time and place in which they are published.


24 STUDENT HOUSING architectural design 1 Luis Fdez. Galiano unit Professors Alberto Nanclares

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24 student housing was the very first approach to an architectural project we developed. the several modules set up was thought as a way to create vertical social places and reinforce students conexions. at the same time, this module was design thinking of furniture students use and establish several posibilities of living.

ART GALLERY architectural design 1 Luis Fdez. Galiano unit Professors Alberto Nanclares


24 student housing was the very first approach to an architectural project we developed. the several modules set up was thought as a way to create vertical social places and reinforce students conexions. at the same time, this module was design thinking of furniture students use and establish several posibilities of living.

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