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ARCHITECTURAL & DESIGN PORTFOLIO

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J AV I E R PA S T O R G U T I E R R E Z

CONTACT: Enric Valor 8, nº22 03540 Alicante SPAIN

javierpastorgutierrez@gmail.com behance.net/javierpastor issuu.com/javierpastor +34 633 403 365


JAVIER PASTOR GUTIERREZ ABOUT ME

Licensed in Architecture in 2015 at University of Alicante.

NAME: Javier Pastor GutiĂŠrrez

Along the degree I had realize to focus hard on my potential

BIRTH: 18/01/1990

innovative. Passionate by graphic design, illustration, video

CONTACT:

way of showing the works won’t left you indifferent. This

skills to create an architecture different , fresh and making and with good sense for color and typography , the unusual way to show architectural projects is the key to stand

javierpastorgutierrez@gmail.com behance.net/javierpastor issuu.com/javierpastor +34 633 403 365 Skype: jadvoo

out the rest, because << the man who follows the crowd will usually go no further than the crowd >>. Therefore with several adventures outside the country, had given to me real discover and an huge enrichment , not only

LANGUAGES

knowledge.

SPANISH

/ Mother tongue /

ENGLISH

/ Cambridge FCE /

Being open minded , with high motivation for undertake

CHINESE

/ HSK 3 /

new projects and challenges gives me the suitable features to

DUTCH

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at personal aspect but an improvement of my studies and

work hard in any place.


EDUCATION 2008-2015

SOFTWARE & SOFT SKILLS

UNIVERSITY OF ALICANTE

AUTOCAD 2D-3D

Architecture Bachelor / Alicante, Spain /

ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR

RHINOCEROS 3D + VRAY ADOBE PHOTOSHOP

2011-2012

UNIVERSITY HOGESCHOOL VAN AMSTERDAM

ADOBE INDESIGN

Minor Lighting. Architecture Lighting with Philip’s collaboration. Architecture Technology. Design project.

ADOBE PREMIERE PRO OFFICE SUITE

/ Amsterdam, The Netherlands/ 2014-2015

DEDICATION

GUANGDONG UNIVERSITY OF FOREIGN STUDIES

MOTIVATION

Chinese language course. Culture and communication language immersion.

TEAM PLAYER CREATIVITY

/ Guangzhou, China /

WORKSHOPS & COMPETITIONS APRIL 2011

NOV. 2011

ARCHITECTURE MODELLING WORKSHOP Rhinoceros + VRay by architect Carlos Bañón (Subarquitectura) / Alicante, Spain / FOAM CLOUD COMPETITION Photograhy Museum of Amsterdam + Rogier Van der Heide / Amsterdam, The Netherlands /

MAR. 2012

6TH HEALTHY HOUSING COMPETITION Hogeschool Van Amsterdam + Beuth Hochschule Für Technik Berlin + UA / Amsterdam, The Netherlands /

MAR. 2013

XVIII CERAMIC ASCER AWARDS

ORGANISATION

MAY 2013

/ Alicante, Spain / MAY 2013

/ Calpe, Spain / JUNE 2013

/ Alicante, Spain /

ELCHE, MEASURING THE CITY AND ITS TERRITORY Urbanism workshop about the city of Elche with following exposition at MUA and at L’Ecorxador / Elche, Spain /

JUNE 2013

THE MEDITERRANEAN WALL Exposition at MUA about the work of defensive architectures on the spanish Civil War / Alicante, Spain /

/ Alicante, Spain / LIQUID TECHNIQUES WORKSHOP Watercolor, gouache and acrylic design by UA

ARCHITECTURE & AGRICULTURE AT CALPE Exposition about own “IRail” project at Calpe’s Cultural Art Center

1st Prize by the “Foam Ville” project. Publication on “Técnica Cerámica” nº 411 magazine.

MAR. 2013

ADVANCED PHOTOSHOP WORKSHOP Creative Design & Photo Editing by UA

NOV. 2014

OPENDATA4U 1st Prize. Application design in collaboration with the database of the University of Alicante / Alicante, Spain /

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SELECTED WORKS

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DEGREE FINAL PROJECT : PALEOFUTURE

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R E T H I N K I N G T H E N E I G H B O R H O O D : S A N A N TÓ N

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CO N S T R U C T I O N P R O J E C T : E L L A N DS C H O O L

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S U S TA I N A B I K I T Y P R O J E C T : C A L P E I R A I L

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URBANISM PROJECT : THE NEW PALMERAL

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C E R A M I C T I L E C O N T E S T : F OA M V I L L E

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2D & 3D MODELLING : INFOGRAPHICS

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A P P L I C AT I O N D E S I G N : D R E A M T E A M U A

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#1. DEGREE FINAL PROJECT

PALEOFUTURE


As final degree project, far away from designing a classical dwelling, decided to make an interesting imaginatively exercise, trying to conceive how housing will be alike in the next hundred years. Getting inspiration from those thinkers who had already been thinking about it in the last centuries, achieved to create a â&#x20AC;&#x153;databaseâ&#x20AC;? of ideas for the next century and analyzed why some had turned to real life or not. With all this knowledge background finally tried to imagine our own inhalations about how will be the housing and the communities in the next century.

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TIMELINE / INFOGRAPHIC

The termâ&#x20AC;&#x153;paleofutureâ&#x20AC;? try to collect all the artistic expressions,thoughts and inventions made from the end of the XIX century to the 2000th year. Some of them, which I considered relevant to the housing subject , were catalogued and the result is shown on the timeline of these pages. Divided in differents matters of study, as Home, Transportation, Energy, Commerce, Media..etc, all the thoughts and inventions from the past were placed in the proper year and subject.

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GEOGRAPHIC MAP / INFOGRAPHIC

Trying to comprehend how and why the society started to think and worry about the future, I designed a geographical map in an infographic way tu put everything on place. Inside all the social issues, migrations, discoveries, achievements, etc were brought up for discussion and analysis.

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ISOMETRIC / INFOGRAPHIC 3D

Deisgning the future housing community was a very big challenge. First trying to imagine how society will be in the next hundred years, and trying to put myslef in the place of a tech advanced society still not developed. Besides, the project was thought in different lines. Not only making the future housing form a â&#x20AC;&#x153;normalâ&#x20AC;? nowadays family, but for others possible family agrupations as can be bachelors, polygamous, singles, students, elders, ...

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MIND MAP / INFOGRAPHIC

On this graphic is shown how nowadays actions will repercute on the future society, within a techonlogical point of view. How the correct ( or not ) use of new advances can shape the future society, and therefore the way of living with them.

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DATA VISUALIZATION / INFOGRAPHIC

With different statistical graphics, plots, information graphics, tables, or charts

tried to communicate

clearly and efficiently the results of the previous analysis made on the last centuryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s thoughts.

SEE FULL IMAGES 14


#2. RETHINKING THE NEIGHBORHOOD:

SAN ANTÓN

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The project was born as a dynamic action in order to regenerate the public spaces of an old Alicante class neighborhood. All the actions were previously considered with the own neighbors, trying to create a collaborative design with them. Was an union between architectture students and neighbors, trying to work as intermediary between them and the City Counsil , reporting the lack of public space inside the neighborhood. The way of procedure was subtle and suitable to the image of San Ant贸n as a classical part of the city, trying to maintain their own identity.

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URBAN ACTIVATION PROCEDURES / 3D INFOGRAPHIC

Trying to maintain the neighborhood identity, I opted for an unique design element to work with. In this case the classical chair was chosen. San Antón neighborhood is placed marginally on the city, and this condition makes it to be considered an small village inside the city. Therefore

the living way of their

inhabitants reminds the old living way of Spanish villages. All neighbors know each other, and is not hard to see them on their home doors chatting. The lack of public space inside the neighborhood force them to create their very own. As recognition of this beautiful act, different devices were designed to “invade” the streets and make the City Council to open their eyes for their lack of public space conditions.

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URBAN MAPPING / FIELD WORK & 3D

One of the first steps to follow was to elaborate a detailed plan of the neighborhood. On it, every â&#x20AC;&#x153;agentâ&#x20AC;? to consider was placed. Active neighbors, associations, empty plots, public spaces in bad conditions or commerces, and of course the relation between all of them. With all this information compiled the project could be richer and successful.

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URBAN ACTIVATION PROCEDURES / INFOGRAPHIC

Other activation techniques were designed to “make” the neighborhood more visible for the rest of the city. Creating a new image, always maintaining their identity, can be a way of promote the good things that San Antón can offer. With these low cost devices placed in one of the most distinguished part of the neighborhood were supposed to attract city life from other near neighborhoods, giving San Antón a new brand image.

SEE SLIDESHOW

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ACTIVATION DEVICES / MODELS & VIDEO

Using the classical chair the own neighbors use to “conquer” the public space outside their homes, different modifications were thought on them to create some bigger attraction, to point San Antón in the city. Cutting the chairs on different heights or angles, and attaching one to another with low cost materials, a huge “self-growing” structure was designed. The video on the right shows other different devices designed with 3D chairs models and applying some small modifications on them, with the last purpose of creating a new valuable public space.

SEE BROCHURE

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PLAY VIDEO

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SOCIAL ACTION / PUBLIC EVENT

One achievement of the project was this public open event. With different collaborations as the City Council, Cultural Associations and

retail shops for materials

donation, one weekend was established to start the action inside the neighborhood. Were the own neighbors who come to paint and modify the chairs which afterwards would be used as the public space devices. A poster was designed to invite them to participate in the event, which was a success, with more than 50 chairs painted, each one from a different neighbor, who wrote the name on it, making them even more thrilled and involved into the project.

SEE IMAGES OF THE EVENT 25


PLAY VIDEO

PLAY VIDEO

ADVERTISING / VIDEOS

During the project three different videos were made as advertising campaign on the social networks. The aim was to place the neighborhood inside the city and get people conscious about the conditions and opportunities

San Antón could offer, as the video

“Despierta” ( “Awake” in english language) shows.

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#3. CONSTRUCTION PROJECT :

ELLANDSCHOOL

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Placed in an old well known city as Amsterdam, a whole school project is designed, from the first sketches to the detailed plans for an imagined construction, always following the spanish Technical Building Code (CTE). Placed in the Jordaan neighborhood, two independent blocks give shape to a internal street that invites the pedestrian to come inside. Following this path, a wide open space can be used not only for the students, but for the neighboors indeed, giving the school a public-private nature, similar to the dutch yards than conform the city of Amsterdam.

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DETAILED PLANS AND ELEVATIONS / 2D

Apart from the basic plans used in the scheme design, is decided to elaborate detailed plans, within internal partitions, remarking the differences on simples or doubles or even triples ( depending on the spaces uses) partitions , and adding dimensions on all the drawings. On the elevations some indications in order to follow the Technical Building Code are remarked.

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SEE DETAILED FLOORPLANS SEE DETAILED ELEVATIONS


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TECHNICAL DETAILS AND SECTIONS / 2D

On the project everyhing must be perfectly defined. From the materials to the properly order to be placed, as can be seen on the technical details on these pages. Everything has it own number code and is explained on its own legend.

SEE TECHNICAL DETAILS 1 SEE TECHNICAL DETAILS 2 SEE TECHNICAL DETAILS 3 32


LIGHTING / 2D & ENERGETIC SOFTWARE

The lighting and installations are also full defined. Using energetic software to input all the equipment for the building, can calculate the energetic cost per year, and get the Energy Calculation Certificate neccesary to endorse the project.

SEE LIGHTING FLOORPLANS

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STRUCTURE / 2D

These plans show the aproximately internal structure of the bulding, and the foundations neccesary. A big challenge to deal in a city like Amsterdam, where most of the building stands on pilings due to the water that flows through the city.

SEE STRUCTURE FLOORPLANS

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#4. SUSTAINABILITY PROJECT :

CALPE IRAIL

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The city of Calpe is considered one of the most turistic destination on the Mediterranean shore chosen by european foreigners. All the sun and beach tourism have made to forget all the features the city possess. The old part of the town, nowadays invaded with tourism offers, yearn for better times. Calpe also has very important romanical remains which are shown in a traditional agriculture way of live, currently buried because of the huge residential areas and shoppin malls. This project tried to recover the essence of Calpe, based on a mediterranean lifestyle and productive agriculture.

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TIMELINE / INFOGRAPHIC

<< Calpe, an overloaded shore with a forgotten inside >>. This sentece can sum up all the premises of the project. Trying to connect the historical center of the city with the own remains of the ancestors, as the agriculture lifestyle, an empty area was found perfect for the goal. With different heighs of productive fields , most with vine plant, a possible path is designed , remarking the best viewpoints, as well as the romanical remains and ruins on it. All the path is also designed for bikers use and the chance of creating community gardening for the neighbors is also considered due to high number of empty plots.

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On a second phase of the project, some market stations are created between the community gardens. Besides the old bike path, a new transportation way is designed. Using old railways a brand new structure with two bikes attached is made up. The rails move along the gardens and the market stations, were the ecological products can be bought and sell on the bike device, which can fold and unfold, creating an small market stand. In that way a total sustainable solution is achieved, connecting the city with their remains identity and hundred per cent green.

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#5. URBANISM PROJECT :

THE NEW PALMERAL

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Placed in the city of Elche we faced the challenge to propose the future expansion of the city. The current urbanism growment is make by urban rings, despite the lack of empty floor and the bad planning. Because of that, we proposed to move the expansion district to the west, preserving the palms gardens inside the city growment. New

green

zones

are

planned,

as

green

â&#x20AC;&#x153;tongues-shapedâ&#x20AC;? which braid together the old and the new part of the town.

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EXPANSION DISTRICT / URBANISM

The

current

ring-growment

is

replaced

by

a

star-growment, were green zones â&#x20AC;&#x153;invadeâ&#x20AC;? the city and braid all together. The choosen area to plan is placed between the industrial area and the outside field residential area. A watercourse is a remarkable issue to consider in order to act properly.

SEE FULL PANELS SEE BROCHURE

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Other remarkable aspect in the project is shown on this video. A national roadway get through the city, breaking it in two, and in some parts creating a physical barrier that fragment the residential areas.

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Both, single and multi-family-house unit are designed keeping in mind the housing density of the city, to balance all the urban proposal. An organic way is designed for the green areas, which fill the spaces between the housing units creating paths and open public spaces. Therefore these new green areas are linked to the tradicional field gardens beyond the expansion district.

SEE FULL PANELS SEE BROCHURE

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#6. CERAMIC TILE CONTEST :

FOAM VILLE

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The spanish ceramics company ASCER holds a competition for architecture students every year. The

1st Prize

regulations are simple, we must design two different ceramic pieces, one made by compression an another by extrusion. The pieces must be original and innovative. Focusing on the dividing walls that are plentiful in our hometown, decided to work on those spaces and try to play down their visual importance which breaks the armony of the city. By adding other materials inside the pieces , like ceramic foam, allows some vegetation to grow up on the different surfaces.

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PRODUCT DESIGN / 2D & 3D

Both pieces follow the classical mediterranean cercamic patterns. A holding system by battens allows the user to define the final aspect of the faรงade in order to cover the dividing wall. The pieces works as a sandwich panel, two ceramic surfaces with a heart of ceramic foam , previously sprayed with vegetal spores let some vegetation like moss to grow up and fill in the patterns, getting a green faรงade.

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#7. 2D & 3D MODELLING :

INFOGRAPHICS

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Given the name of a well known architecture example, plans, and pictures , the student must model in 3D in order to extract as much architectural drawing as possible. Detailed floorplans, elevations

isometrics,

perspective sections... On the other hand, must have the enough skills to produce render infographics according to sun exposure, night illumination, materials... to set up a realistic photomontage.

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ARCHITECTURAL DRAWING / 2D & 3D

The choosen house was Dom Zlomu House by Paulíny Hovorka Architekti and is located in Kynceľová, Slovakia.

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PHOTOMONTAGE / RENDER INFOGRAPHIC

After modelling simple 3D structures, the aim was to create images to look like realistic models using similar materials, and light up into night scenes. Studies of the sunligh on buildings are also obtained.

SEE FULL IMAGES

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#8. APPLICATION DESIGN :

DREAM TEAM UA

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The University of Alicante holded an app design competition to include the University open database with some aspects of the university lifestyle.

1st Prize

DreamTeamUa combine the sport installations inside the campus with the students personal information. This way a kind of social sports network is born. Each student with his own profile can set up games with other players, and whoever wants to play after seeing the meeting information can join the match instantly. Therefore works as a social network, with profiles, friends, goals, etc.

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APP DESIGN / GRAPHIC DESIGN

On the university campus floorplan all the sport events are shown. You can browse depending on the sports youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d like to practice. The event display information as the time, specific place or court, price of booking, level of the players, the players needed... so you can join them.

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CONTACT: Enric Valor 8, nยบ22 03540 Alicante SPAIN

javierpastorgutierrez@gmail.com behance.net/javierpastor issuu.com/javierpastor +34 633 403 365

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