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BIOGRAPHY Jan Bigas is a native of Puerto Rico. Since 2014, Jan has been an Architect in Training for over a year and has been responsible for a multiplicity of projects across various offices. His work ethic and focus on visual representation has led him to a number of professional opportunities and academic awards -Deans List, Honor Student, GSEA Finalist-. Jan received his 5 year Bachelor of Architecture at the Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico. When beginning a project, Jan’s work process begins with a thorough understanding of the clients specific design challenges by conducting extensive research on all of the clients concerns and ideas. Jan strives to fully understand a topic before beginning the design process. His work is user-centered, keeping in mind his client’s needs, likes, lifestyle and living conditions; while also factoring in local conditions.


INDEX

ACADEMIC THE FLUX FIELD 03 -18

THE ORGANIC HUB 19 - 30

RECURSO:CIUDAD 73 - 80

ERERAS ARQUITECTOS 81 - 94

117 - 118

119 - 120

PROFESSIONAL

ARTISTIC


THE MATILDE 31 - 42

THE AGRI-MASS 43 - 56

KAIZEN/TECTURA 57 - 70

MARSHALL MOYA 95 - 104

FREELANCE 105 - 108

DE-CYCLE, INC 109 - 114

121 - 122

123 - 124

125 - 126


RESUME

EDUCATION 2014

PONTIFICAL CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY | PONCE, PR BACHELOR OF ARCHITECTURE | MINOR IN GRAPHIC DESIGN

WORK EXPERIENCE 2010

3AV ARCHITECTS | PONCE, PR DESIGN INTERN Helped with schematic design and architectural drawings for a multiplicity of projects ranging from: residential, commercial, institutional and business | Collaborated in the design of the first public showcase for the PUCPR School of Architecture

2011 - 2012

PUCPR SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE | PONCE, PR DESIGNER & BUILDER With a team of 5, in charge of designing and constructing a unique furniture piece for the Museum of Art of Ponce | In charge of designing and constructing a recyclable pavillion for Plaza Del Caribes 50th Anniversary.

2014

RECURSO : CIUDAD | SAN JUAN, PR PROJECT DESIGNER Tasks included Preliminary Architectural Design, Construction Drawings, 3D modeling, documentation and visualization | Designed marketing collateral for business development and public relations | Managed graphic design for design proposals

2014 - 2015

ERERAS ARQUITECTOS | SAN JUAN, PR PROJECT DESIGNER Tasks included Preliminary Architectural Design, Construction Drawings, 3D modeling, documentation and visualization of existing and proposed projects | Designed marketing collateral for business development and public relations | Assisted in graphic design for design proposals


2015

MARSHALL MOYA DESIGN | WASHINGTON D.C, USA PROJECT DESIGNER Tasks included Preliminary Architectural Design, Construction Drawings, 3D modeling, documentation and visualization of existing and proposed projects | Designed marketing collateral for business development and public relations | Assited in graphic design for design proposals

ACHIEVEMENTS 2009 - 2014

HONOR ROLL SCHOLARSHIP | PONTIFICAL CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY

2014

MAGNA CUM LAUDE | PONTIFICAL CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY

2014

FIRST GRADUATING CLASS | PUCPR SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE

2012

FINALIST IN GSEA | GLOBAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP AWARDS

2011

CO-FOUNDER | DE-CYCLE, INC

2010

DEAN’S LIST | PONTIFICAL CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY

SKILLS FLUENT IN | ENGLISH & SPANISH AUTODESK | AUTOCAD, REVIT MICROSOFT OFFICE | WORD, POWERPOINT, EXCEL ADOBE | PHOTOSHOP, ILLUSTRATOR, INDESIGN, PREMIERE 3D MODELING | RHINO


ACADEMIC

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THE FLUX FIELD

MORPHOLOGICAL UNDERSTANDING OF THE RAYLEIGH TAYLOR INSTABILITY

YEAR 2011 PROF. JAVIER DE JESÚS


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THE FLUX FIELD

STUDIES ON THE RAYLEIGH TAYLOR INSTABILITY CLIENT/INSTITUTION :

METHODS :

RESPONSIBLE FOR :

PONTIFICIAL CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY

AUTOCAD, PHOTOSHOP, ILLUSTRATOR, RHINO, STEEL WORK

EVERYTHING

The Rayleigh-Taylor Instability is one of fluid dynamics most fundamental principals. It occurs when two planes of parallel immiscible fluids lose their state of equilibrium, and the heavier fluid begins to fall. During the course of falling, the liquids go through various states, evolving into a beautiful furor. Much like the studied principal, this investigation provided a wealth of forms and products initially unimaginable. The result was an extensive and varied morphological study that spanned across diagrams, architecture and sunglass design. Yes, sunglasses, not a typo.

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01 DURATION :

TYPE :

CONCEPT :

2 MONTHS

CONCEPTUAL EXPLORATIONS

MORPHOLOGICAL UNDERSTANDING OF THE RAYLEIGH TAYLOR INSTABILITY

LOSING BALANCE Initial explorations into the behaviour conditional to the loss of equilibrium. Different stages are represented and then overlayed to achieve movement.

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THE FLUX FIELD | 01

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PERSISTENT BEAUTY The study concentrates on the creation of forms and negative spaces throughout the process of re-arrangement. A graphic unit is later extrapolated from the result.

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THE FLUX FIELD | 01

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VIEW VERTICALLY

TIME CHANGES EVERYONE Laws are applied to the diagrammatic study. Time and velocity factor in new quantifiable behaviors and relationships, resulting in the creation of an abstract machine.

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THE FLUX FIELD | 01 11

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FOLD OUT

VIEW VERTICALLY

UNSTABLE FIELD The abstract machine is set in montion inside a field with depth. Its effects are studied and displayed in a single moment in time.

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THE FLUX FIELD | 01

COME FULL FORM The field and the machine are later given three-dimensional form. Allowing for a more hollistic and tactile understanding of the designed elements.

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A A

B B

C C

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E

D

E

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THE FLUX FIELD | 01 17

FROM STUDY TO FUNCTION The frame and the lenses were made out of very contrasting materials, to convey heavyness and lightness. Later these were subjected to the same conditions established in the diagrammatic study, which produced an intertwined aesthetic.

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ACADEMIC

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ORGANIC HUB NATURAL ELEMENTS ON SITE DICTATE INVERVENTION

YEAR 2011 PROF. LUIS BADILLO


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THE ORGANIC HUB NATURE AS A GUIDING AND DEFINING FACTOR CLIENT/INSTITUTION :

METHODS :

RESPONSIBLE FOR :

PONTIFICIAL CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY

AUTOCAD, REVIT, PHOTOSHOP, ILLUSTRATOR

EVERYTHING

A LACK OF GREEN SPACE Puerto Rico is an island known for its beaches, jungles and people. A place renowned for its lucious vegetation. However, Puerto Rico’s cities are surprisingly sparce of green insfrastructure. Which applies especially to the city of Ponce, where less than 20% of its sprawl consists of vegetation. Initially required to propose a skyscraper, the surrounding residential areas would suggest the exploration of different options to reduce the monumentality of the structure. The program was divided into two volumes juxtaposed onto the site. To reduce the building footprint, one of the volume was elevated to preserve the sites natural ecology. Focusing around the natural foilage on-site, the interention aspired to acheive a balance between constructed and organic structures. The building occupies less than 20% of the total site area, the rest would be designed as a urban park for the city. The existing flora would also create a natural buffer, helping the project contextualize further.

NO TREE LEFT BEHIND A radius is established around existing vegetation.

DIVISION The program is divided into two volumes, one commercial and the other residential.

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02 DURATION :

TYPE :

CONCEPT :

3 MONTHS

COMMERCIAL \ RESIDENTIAL

NATURAL ELEMENTS ON SITE DICTATE INVERVENTION

PLACING

SCALE

The building footprint is located between existing foliage.

Although a skyscraper was part of the requirements, its scale would be monumental.

GOING GREEN

PUBLIC SPACE

Each building footprint is carefully considered to take advantage of on site vegetation or generate its own.

With the lack of local public spaces, the rest of the site is transformed into a urban park.

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THE ORGANIC HUB | 03

RESIDENTIAL UNIT

OFFICE SPACE

COMMERCIAL SPACE

PUBLIC SPACE

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EAST ELEVATION

WEST ELEVATION

IN ROOT The branching structural elements mimic existing vegetation to “camouglage” itself into the landscape design. The resulting footprint provides a dynamic and unique public space.

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THE ORGANIC HUB | 03

MAKE WAY The paths wrap around existing vegetation, preserving the sites natural aesthetic. These then diverge and connect in various points of interest throughout the project.

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THE ORGANIC HUB | 03

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THE ORGANIC HUB | 04

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ACADEMIC

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THE MATILDE SUGAR CANE AS ARCHITECTURAL EXPRESSION

YEAR 2012 PROF. LUIS AYALA


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THE MATILDE

A SUGAR CANE REFINERY RESTORATION CLIENT/INSTITUTION :

METHODS :

RESPONSIBLE FOR :

PONTIFICIAL CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY

AUTOCAD, REVIT, PHOTOSHOP, ILLUSTRATOR

EVERYTHING

I WANT SUGAR The Matilde is a testament to the sugar cane industry of Puerto Rico. A historic factory structure found in the outskirts of the city of Ponce. Considered one of the principal manufacturers of sugar in the south of PR in the 1800’s.

FIELD Sugar cane is grown in large patches of land. Users begin their journey through a sugar cane field.

The Matilde has stood the test of time, in order to tell the story of sugar. The project utilizes the processes of sugar cane refining to create architectural borders, experiences and form. From exploring the sugar cane fields to the crushing of the cane; every element is an ode to one of Puerto Rico’s finest times in history. PRESERVATION The historic factory is intended to be preserved and renovated.

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03 DURATION :

TYPE :

CONCEPT :

2 MONTHS

COMMERCIAL \ INSTITUTIONAL

SUGAR CANE AS ARCHITECTURAL EXPRESSION

CUT

GATHERING

After reaching maturity, the sugar cane is cut. The root is left in place to continue its growth.

The remaining “stems” create small camping spaces throughtout the site.

BOUNDARY

EXTRACTION

An independent interior structure houses most of the program. Its lined with vertical tubular elements.

The tubes are interactive architectural objects, swaying when passed through; forming entry ways in any area..

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THE MATILDE | 03

FROM SIDE TO SIDE Modular tubular elements hang from a secondary structure to create a dynamic division that sways when passed through, similar to exploring a sugar cane field.

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SITE PLAN A Sugar Cane Gardens B Stage C Camping Grounds D Restaurant E Multi-Purpose Plaza/Butterfly Garden F Activities Room

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THE MATILDE | 03

THE DISSECTED FIELD Considering the importance of this historical factory, the project employs a secondary structural frame to support the interior elements. Thus creating a gallery where both past and present, can be appreciated.

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EXISTING ROOF

LUMINARIES

STAGE

DAMPERS

SWAYING TUBULAR ELEMENTS

SECONDARY STRUCTURE

EXISTING STRUCTURE

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THE MATILDE | 03

GUIDED BY SUGAR Sugar cane is utilized as a wayfinding element and architectural form. The user traverses a sugar cane field and arrives at an open camping plaza that serves as a datum to other programs.

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THE MATILDE | 03

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BUTTERFLY EFFECT Local ruins are repurposed for a multi-use plaza that doubles as a butterfly garden.

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ACADEMIC

04

THE AGRI MASS AN AGRICULTURE FOCUSED “SUPER-CULTURE”

YEAR 2013 PROF. JAVIER DE JESÚS & TAMARA OROZCO


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THE ‘AGRI-MASS’

AGRITOURISM FOR LOCAL EMPOWEREMENT CLIENT/INSTITUTION :

METHODS :

RESPONSIBLE FOR :

PONTIFICIAL CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY

AUTOCAD, REVIT, PHOTOSHOP, ILLUSTRATOR

EVERYTHING

AN AGRICULTURAL CRISIS More than half the island of Puerto Rico is composed of excellent terrain for agriculture. 2 million residents depended on local produce in the 1950’s. However, between 2002-2007, more than 1,914 farms closed down. Unsurprising when less than .5% of Puerto Ricos economy is based on cultivation. In contrast, tourism is flourishing. Receiving 3.6 million visitors a year, that generate a gross revenue of upwards of 3 million dollars. Theres incredible potential for agrotourism in Puerto Rico, a fairly recent modality that has been adopted by countries worldwide. Today, 15% of the islands farms are located around the infamous ‘Ruta 123’; which passes through the municipalities of: Ponce, Adjuntas and Castañer. Agri-Mass is part of a collective of projects conceptualized around the route. It adressed the islands dying agriculture by creating a hub for agrotourism. Through comunnal markets, bus stations, ascending local gardens, tourist attractions and tourist centers; locals and visitors participate in an active process based around exploration, local patrimony and cultivation.

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LOCATION The site is located at the beginning of Route 123. It will serve as the gateway of the master plan.

COMMUNITY GARDENS Ascending gardens are created around the main trail.


04 DURATION :

TYPE :

CONCEPT :

2 MONTHS

TOURIST/iNSTITUTIONAL/COMMERCIAL

AN AGRICULTURE FOCUSED “SUPERCULTURE”

LOWEST

HIGHEST

VIEW

CONNECT

The lowest point will harbor transportation and educational facilities; while the highest, tourism and recreational.

The two project areas are connected through a hiking/bycycle trail that spans around the mountain.

PROJECT COMMUNITY

VARIATION

INTEGRATION

Different methods of transport are proposed on-site. From cableway to zip-lining.

A bridge connects local communities to the projects ammenities and programs.

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THE AGRI-MASS | 04

02/ IDENT_IFIC^TI0N

01/ P^TT_ERNS

UNORGANIZED POTENTIAL

SITE

ROLOS SUPERMARKET > 1km

SUPERMERCADO LUNA

PLAZA DEL MERCADO > 300m

EXPELLERS

SUPERMERCADO ATOCHA > 500m

FILTER

NARROWING ROADS

FLUXES: VEHICULAR CICLYST PEDESTRIAN

CASH AND CARRY LA RAMBLA > 4.4km FÁBRICA YAUCONO > 2.2km ECONO LOS CAOBOS > 2.5km SANTIAGO CASH AND CARRY > 1.9km BÁSICO FOOD WAREHOUSE > 2km

A CIRCULATORY PROBLEM Route 123 is part of an old Puertorican roadway thats incredibly difficult to traverse without local knowdlege. Understanding vehicular and tourist activity within the area was important to determine viable solutions. Narrowing roads, lack of signage and unconnected commercial spaces, created a filter that limited any tourism potential.

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PONCE CASH AND CARRY


04/ RE_SULTS_

03/ C^USE_EFF_ECT

STRUCTURE

STRUCTURE

MOBILIZERS

CASH AND CARRY

BI_NUTURING

TURNING THE TIDE These limitations were addressed to cause an inverse effect, the project would act as an injection of tourism into Route 123. By offering different methods of transportation -bus, bicycling, guided tours, cable cars-, clearly defined paths, detailed touristic experiences, and better integration of local businesses.

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THE AGRI-MASS | 04

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SITE PLAN

D

A Communal Markets B Communal Storage C Main Terminal / Cable Car D Rapelling Stations E Hiking Trails / Bicycle Trail F Communal Crop Gardens G Tourist Planning Center H Cable Car I Zip Linning Station

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THE AGRI-MASS | 04

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A VIEW LIKE NO OTHER Situated on the highest peak in the area, the Tourist Center overlooks the beautiful Route 123 mountain range. The hill on which it rests is adapted for a series of vertical gardens, and offers multiple methods of communication between the Main Terminal and the Tourist Center.

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THE AGRI-MASS | 04

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A SEED OF HOPE The ascending gardens are intended to be run and maintined by local impoverished communities. Participants are offered training, supplies and market space. Most of the produce would be sold to tourist and local supermarkets.

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ACADEMIC

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KAIZEN / TECTURA TYPOLOGIES FOR THE “MAKER” MOVEMENT

YEAR 2014 PROF. JAVIER DE JESÚS & EUGENIO RAMIREZ


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KAIZEN/TECTURA SOLUTIONS FOR THE THIRD INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION

CLIENT/INSTITUTION :

METHODS :

RESPONSIBLE FOR :

PONTIFICIAL CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY

AUTOCAD, REVIT, PHOTOSHOP, ILLUSTRATOR

EVERYTHING

A

MAKER

REVOLUTION

The thesis identified the relevance and stigma of factory spaces in the contemporary city and their connection to domestic architecture; with the intent of supplying new strategies of integration between both typologies to successfully generate a new typology focused around the ‘maker’ movement. It touched from socio-cultural, economic, political to architectural aspects while drawing comparisons with the contemporary home. Research found that evidently there was a strong connection between both -seemingly different- architecture typologies. The study culminated on a super-community where fabrication and residency coexisted. An adaptive architectural system was devised for abandoned or unused industrial buildings. After repurposing, these structures could accomodate public fabrication laboratories, material libraries and urban plazas; while a secondary super-structure could potentially multiply the sites square footage by adding modular residential apartments that also sport personal fabrication laboratories. The sum of these elements offer a unique perspective on the architectural potential of the third industrial revolution.

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UNBALANCED Almost all of New Yorks fabrication is concentrated in Brooklyn.

MODULAR Customizable housing units would be anchored onto the structure.


05 DURATION :

TYPE :

CONCEPT :

1 YEAR

INDSTRIAL/COMMERCIAL INSTITUTIONAL/RESIDENTIAL

TYPOLOGIES FOR THE “MAKER” MOVEMENT

REPURPOSE

INTACT

Abandoned or unused insdustrial buildings are determined as points of intervention.

A superimposed structure would create opportunities for growth without demolition.

PUBLIC SPACE

INTERCONNECTED

First floors would be informative and dynamic urban plazas. Green pockets around the building help create gathering areas for residents.

The system could eventually spread to various areas, to create a large network of “maker” buildings.

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KAIZEN/TECTURA | 05

A TRUE INTERSECTION The investigation establishes a clear relationship between both, domestic and industrial, typologies; dating back to the XVI Century. Furthermore, the study suggests that both, the factory and the home, are reactive structures that reshape themselves based around the technological systems they house.

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OUT OF THE SHOP AND INTO THE HOME In order to create a new understanding of industrial architecture, the home - the most dynamic architectural typology - is utilized as a catalyst to redefine the contemporary “in-home� workspace. Industrial spaces that can safely co-exist with the home; while providing industry tools in a day-to-day context.

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KAIZEN/TECTURA | 05

RECLAIM & REPURPOSE In New York’s urban fabric, there exists a multiplicity of abandoned or un-used industrial buildings. Most of these structures can be found on the outskirts of the island, with a few exceptions in SOHO. Some of these buildings occur on the fringe between industrial and residential zones. This criteria helps determine key properties for intervention.

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3 BLOQUES 90’ 97’

223’ 80’ 230’ 90’

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ENTRENAMIENTO

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FABRICACIÓN

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MAQUINARIA PESADA

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COATING/ CORTE DIGITAL

A PERFECT SITUATION The ideal site was found in the Clinton District on the corner of 11th Ave and 51st Street. Previously a car garage, the building presented all the neccesary conditions for a strategic intervention.

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KAIZEN/TECTURA | 05

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B

C

D

MORE THAN A SHELL The existing building while house a large scale fabrication laboratory, a material library and an event plaza. The superimposed structure holds together a series of varying residential modules composed of personal fabrication laboratories for rapid prototyping and residential quarters.

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A Public Plaza B Loading Dock C Loft Lab / City View D Green Space E Personal Fabrication Lab F Loft Lab / Ocean View

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G Mechanical Room H Multi-Purpose Room I Residential Unit (2 Bedroom) J Residential Unit (Student) K Loft Residential / City View

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KAIZEN/TECTURA | 05

A PLACE FOR MAKING Poised to be one of the biggest publicly accesible fabrication labs in New York City, it counts with 3 floors dedicated to the art of making. Through memberships, customers would have access to a variety of tools and workshops aimed at educating and fostering interest in the “maker movement”.

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FAIRLY INTACT Preserving the buildings existing industrial aesthetic, the facades are mostly left intact; with the exception of the lower metal siding. These panels are re-apropriated as mechanical folding systems, designed to enclose the public plaza when hosting grand scale events like the popular “Maker Faire� held annually in New York City.

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PROFESSIONAL

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RECURSO: CIUDAD SAN JUAN, PUERTO RICO

YEAR 2014 ARCH. ADRIANA BULTRÓN


recurso: C I U D A D


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CATAテ前 SEAFRONT CLIENT/INSTITUTION :

METHODS :

RESPONSIBLE FOR :

AUTORIDAD PARA EL FINANCIAMIENTO DE LA INFRAESTRUCTURA

REVIT, PHOTOSHOP, ILLUSTRATOR

3D MODELING AND RENDERING

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01 DURATION :

TYPE :

CONCEPT :

2 MONTHS

PUBLIC

ACCESSIBLE SEAFRONT WITH AMMENITIES FOR LOCALS

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CATAテ前 SEAFRONT CLIENT/INSTITUTION :

METHODS :

RESPONSIBLE FOR :

AUTORIDAD PARA EL FINANCIAMIENTO DE LA INFRAESTRUCTURA

REVIT, PHOTOSHOP, ILLUSTRATOR

3D MODELING AND RENDERING

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01 DURATION :

TYPE :

CONCEPT :

2 MONTHS

PUBLIC

ACCESSIBLE SEAFRONT WITH AMMENITIES FOR LOCALS

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“PLAYA JOBOS” REVITALIZATION CLIENT/INSTITUTION :

METHODS :

RESPONSIBLE FOR :

MUNICIPALITY OF ISABELA PUERTO RICO

REVIT, AUTOCAD, PHOTOSHOP, ILLUSTRATOR

CONSTRUCTION DRAWINGS, 3D MODELING AND RENDERING

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01 DURATION :

TYPE :

CONCEPT :

2 MONTHS

PUBLIC/COMMERCIAL

PROTECTING THE COASTLINE WHILE PROVIDING AN ATTRACTIVE TOURIST DESTINATION

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PROFESSIONAL

02

ERERAS ARQUITECTOS SAN JUAN, PUERTO RICO

YEAR 2014-2015 ARCH. EUGENIO RAMÍREZ


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ESMERALDA ECO-LODGE CLIENT/INSTITUTION :

METHODS :

RESPONSIBLE FOR :

NEW HORIZON CORPORATION

AUTOCAD, REVIT, PHOTOSHOP, ILLUSTRATOR, SKETCH UP

3D MODELING AND RENDERING

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02 DURATION :

TYPE :

CONCEPT :

3 MONTHS

COMMERCIAL/HOSPITALITY

ECO-CONSCIOUS HOTEL DEVELOPMENT

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ESMERALDA ECO-LODGE CLIENT/INSTITUTION :

METHODS :

RESPONSIBLE FOR :

NEW HORIZON CORPORATION

AUTOCAD, REVIT, PHOTOSHOP, ILLUSTRATOR, SKETCH UP

3D MODELING AND RENDERING

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02 DURATION :

TYPE :

CONCEPT :

3 MONTHS

COMMERCIAL/HOSPITALITY

ECO-CONSCIOUS HOTEL DEVELOPMENT

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THE URBAN GALLERY CLIENT/INSTITUTION :

METHODS :

RESPONSIBLE FOR :

MUNICIPALITY OF CAGUAS PUERTO RICO

AUTOCAD, PHOTOSHOP, ILLUSTRATOR, SKETCH UP

3D MODELING AND RENDERING

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02 DURATION :

TYPE :

CONCEPT :

1 MONTHS

HOUSING

A MULTIFAMILY HOUSING PROJECT FOR SOCIAL INTEREST RESIDENTS

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‘TIMBA’ RESTAURANT CLIENT/INSTITUTION :

METHODS :

RESPONSIBLE FOR :

LA’GENCIA

AUTOCAD, PHOTOSHOP, ILLUSTRATOR, REVIT

DESIGN, 3D MODELING AND RENDERING

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02 DURATION :

TYPE :

CONCEPT :

4 MONTHS

COMMERCIAL

A CELEBRATION OF CUBAN CULTURE AND CUISINE

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02

‘TIMBA’ RESTAURANT CLIENT/INSTITUTION :

METHODS :

RESPONSIBLE FOR :

LA’GENCIA

AUTOCAD, PHOTOSHOP, ILLUSTRATOR, REVIT

DESIGN, 3D MODELING AND RENDERING

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02 DURATION :

TYPE :

CONCEPT :

4 MONTHS

COMMERCIAL

A CELEBRATION OF CUBAN CULTURE AND CUISINE

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02

‘TIMBA’ RESTAURANT CLIENT/INSTITUTION :

METHODS :

RESPONSIBLE FOR :

LA’GENCIA

AUTOCAD, PHOTOSHOP, ILLUSTRATOR, REVIT

DESIGN, 3D MODELING AND RENDERING

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02 DURATION :

TYPE :

CONCEPT :

4 MONTHS

COMMERCIAL

A CELEBRATION OF CUBAN CULTURE AND CUISINE

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PROFESSIONAL

03

MARSHALL MOYA DESIGN WASHINGTON DC, UNITED STATES

YEAR 2015 ARCH. MICHAEL MARSHALL & PAOLA MOYA


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BRIGHT BEGINNINGS DAYCARE CLIENT/INSTITUTION :

METHODS :

RESPONSIBLE FOR :

BRIGHT BEGINNINGS

AUTOCAD, REVIT, PHOTOSHOP

DESIGN, 3D MODELING AND RENDERING

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03 DURATION :

TYPE :

CONCEPT :

1 MONTHS

COMMERCIAL

HELP CHILDREN FEEL THEYRE PART OF THEIR OWN WORLD

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BRIGHT BEGINNINGS DAYCARE CLIENT/INSTITUTION :

METHODS :

RESPONSIBLE FOR :

BRIGHT BEGINNINGS

AUTOCAD, REVIT, PHOTOSHOP

DESIGN, 3D MODELING AND RENDERING

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03 DURATION :

TYPE :

CONCEPT :

1 MONTHS

COMMERCIAL

HELP CHILDREN FEEL THEYRE PART OF THEIR OWN WORLD

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03

GALLAUDET COMPETITION CLIENT/INSTITUTION :

METHODS :

RESPONSIBLE FOR :

GALLAUDET UNIVERSITY

REVIT, PHOTOSHOP

3D MODELING AND RENDERING

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03 DURATION :

TYPE :

CONCEPT :

1 WEEK

INSTITUTIONAL

MAKING SOUND VISUAL

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03

GALLAUDET COMPETITION CLIENT/INSTITUTION :

METHODS :

RESPONSIBLE FOR :

GALLAUDET UNIVERSITY

REVIT, PHOTOSHOP

3D MODELING AND RENDERING

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03 DURATION :

TYPE :

CONCEPT :

1 WEEK

INSTITUTIONAL

MAKING SOUND VISUAL

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PROFESSIONAL

04

FREELANCE PONCE, PUERTO RICO

YEAR 2014-2015 VARIED CLIENTELE


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SUMBRELLA ECO-LODGE CLIENT/INSTITUTION :

METHODS :

RESPONSIBLE FOR :

DOEL FRESES

REVIT, PHOTOSHOP, LUMION

RENDERING

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04 DURATION :

TYPE :

CONCEPT :

1 MONTH

COMMERCIAL

IMPROVE ON CLIENTS DESIGN AND IDEAS

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PROFESSIONAL

05

DE-CYCLE, INC. PONCE, PUERTO RICO

YEAR 2013-2015 CO-FOUNDER


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“DEL GRECO AL GOYA” CLIENT/INSTITUTION :

METHODS :

RESPONSIBLE FOR :

MUSEUM OF ART OF PONCE PUERTO RICO

AUTOCAD, REVIT, PHOTOSHOP, ILLUSTRATOR, CNC MILLING, FURNITURE CONSTRUCTION

DESIGN, 3D MODELING, RENDERING, CONSTRUCTION

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05 DURATION :

TYPE :

CONCEPT :

1 MONTHS

INSTITUTIONAL

A UNIQUE AND ELEGANT FURNITURE PIECE FOR A WORLD CLASS EXHIBITION

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ANNIVERSARY PAVILLION CLIENT/INSTITUTION :

METHODS :

RESPONSIBLE FOR :

‘PLAZA DEL CARIBE’ IN PONCE, PUERTO RICO

AUTOCAD, PHOTOSHOP, ILLUSTRATOR, CNC MILLING, PANELL CONSTRUCTION

DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION

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05 DURATION :

TYPE :

CONCEPT :

2 MONTHS

COMMERCIAL

AN INSTALLATION TO SHOW ECOFRIENDLY VALUES FOR THEIR 50TH ANNIVERSARY

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Jan Bigas | 2015 Architecture/Design Portfolio