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architecture + design Mexico - France, 2018


vers une Architecture responsable ciudades para todos

Pursuing Master of Architecture (Diplôme d'Etat d'Architecte) France, 1st Year École Nationale Supérieure d'Architecture Paris-Malaquais - ENSAPM, Paris Jenny Ivette Deniz Sánchez Bachelor of Architecture (B.Arch) ITESO (Western Institute of Technology and Higher Education) Jalisco (Mexico) 139 Bis Avenue de Versailles 75016 Paris (France) arq.deniz@hotmail.com Tel: +33 07 67 07 06 10 /+52 1 312 100 1006

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE ESTABLISHMENT

JADE GRUPO INMOBILIARIO SA DE CV

MAIN EXPERTISE

ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN CONSTRUCTION, REAL STATE DEVELOPMENT

POSITION

SENIOR PROJECT MANAGER (JUNE 2014-JULY 2017) JUNIOR PROJECT ASSISTANT (JANUARY 2012-JUNE 2014)

RESPONSABILITIES AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS

JANUARY 2012 - JULY 2017) Construction planning. Low-cost housing prototype design. Open House design and production. Project coordination, cost control and feasibility studies. Administrative management and tramitology.

APPROACH AND ABILITIES DEVELOPPED

Site planning and supervision. Mexican low-cost housing expertise.

EXECUTED PROJECTS

2016 / LOMAS DEL CARMEN (516 Housing Units) Manzanillo (Mx) URBAN PLANNING & CONSTRUCTION. Sustainable urban design 2016 / COLINAS SAN JOSÉ (48 Housing Units) Manzanillo (Mx) CONSTRUCTION. High density urban development 2014-2015 / BAHÍA AZUL (240 Housing Units) Manzanillo (Mx) CONSTRUCTION. Energetic performance evaluation 2012-2013 / GMA (78 Housing Units) Villa de Álvarez (Mx) www.bahiaazulmanzanillo.com / www.colinassanjose.com

CURRICULAR INTERNSHIPS ESTABLISHMENT

ELIAS ESTUDIO E

MAIN EXPERTISE

INTERIOR DESIGN, ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN, URBAN PLANNING

POSITION

INTERN ARCHITECT (INTERIOR DEISGN) (JUNE 2010 - DECEMBER 2011)

RESPONSABILITIES AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Junior interior design assistant, rehabilitation train JOSÉ CUERVO. Interior design project stages and development, client relation.

EXECUTED PROJECTS

2011 JOSÉ CUERVO EXPRESS (Train) Tequila (Mx) Furniture design and development, interior lighting and decoration.

www.eliasestudioe.com www.mundocuervo.com/jose-cuervo-express/


ACADEMIC BACKGROUND MAR 2018

MASTER CLASS with Patrik Schumacher, Director of Zaha Hadid Architects, The Theoretical Genealogy of Parametricism, ENSA Paris-Malaquais, Paris (FRANCE)

JAN 2018

ACADEMIC AWARD: 1st place Concours Acier 2017-2018 Surélevation de bâtiment, ENSA Paris-Malaquais / ConstruirAcier Paris (FRANCE)

2006-2011

Bachelor of Architecture ITESO Western Institute of Technology and Higher Education Jalisco (MEXICO)

FALL 2008

Academic Exchange. ACADEMIC AWARD: S DESIGN AWARD 연세대학교 Yonsei University Seoul (SOUTH KOREA)

2003-2006

High School Diploma ITESM Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education Colima (MEXICO)

PROFESSIONAL TRAINING 2013-2017

Fellow member of the Colima Architectural College, MEXICO (COLEGIO DE ARQUITECTOS DEL ESTADO DE COLIMA)

2013-2016

Fellow member of the National Chamber of Industry and Housing Development (CANADEVI), MEXICO

FALL 2012

INFONAVIT National Fund Housing Institute for Employees, MEXICO

SOCIAL SERVICE SPRING 2012

Global Management and Public Space Construction. Tlajomulco de Zúñiga, Jalisco, MEXICO

SUMMER 2012

Sustainable Eco-Coneption Housing Project and its relation with Engineering. Tlajomulco de Zúñiga (Jalisco) MEXICO

SPANISH

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LANGUES ENGLISH FRENCH KOREAN

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et une vision durable


don't “Architects invent anything; they transform reality

ALVARO SIZA


design proyects selected work


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A CATHOLIC COMPLEX DEVOTED TO

water; ITS PURITY AND STRENGTH.


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1 PORCH PORCH 2 NARTHEX NARTHEX 3 SACRISTY 3 SACRISTY 4 CONFESSIONARY 4 CONFESSIONARY 5 NAVE 5 NAVE 6 CHANCEL 6 CHANCEL 7 STORAGE ROOM 7 STORAGE ROOM 8 CHAPEL 8 CHAPEL 9 BELFRY 9 BELFRY 10 RECTORY 10 PRIEST’SCHAPEL HOUSE 11 EXISTING 11 EXITSTINGCARE CHAPEL 12 PASTORAL 12 CATHECISM 13 SCENIC POINT 13 VIEWING POINT 14 FOUNTAIN 14 FOUNTAINT 15 TRANSEPT 15 TRANSEPT

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The structure ofmade the building, built in the white steelconcrete arches membrane, with a translucent An exoskeleton of white painted steel,shape and aof see-through stand as concrete the core ofmembrane the whole between of them, stand asnew the concept core of for thethis complex: el agua vita ’s church. The origin of concept complex: each ’s Church. The church first came into being while interpreting thethis Catholic vita el agua

beliefs about water throughout the books of the Bible. Strength was one of the existing concepts to consider when concep tualizing the physical form of el agua vita ’s philosophy. The arched structure resembles the Catholic passage where the architectural elements carried out with a The particular focus infree theapproach sense oftomovement absence of ocean divided itself to savewas Moses and his followers. non-orthogonal, shape is notand only visible in the floor plans, but throughout: a dynamic change of heights through the inside of the church, allows not only an interesting area ofbeams, the temple. the nave,for variations view of but an Inside acoustic solution prayer. in height of windows allow to admire a framed exterior at every

angle, while pursuing an acoustic solution as well. DESIGN STUDIO ASSIGNMENT

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DESIGN STUDIO ASSIGNMENT

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The main aisle is oriented to the east, thus in relation The main aisle istradition. oriented to the with the catholic east, for in Catholic tradition, “Jesus faces east�.

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WEST ELEVATION WEST ELEVATION Both the andand confessionary Both thesacristy sacristy confesare at the entrance the church, sionary are at the of entrance of following religious dogmas. the church, following religious dogmas.

SOUTH ELEVATION SOUTH ELEVATION


Sobriety and purity of space were the two main axis for the interior design of the building, through contrast between elements in order to bring out basic forms. Black and white are the core colors for the overall interior design project, based on contrast.

forthe a new era of of for new era

faith. faith

EAST ELEVATION ELEVATION EASTEAST ELEVATION

EAST ELEVATION NORTH ELEVATION EAST ELEVATION

The arches of the nave frame undergo variations in

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Starting from aangle reinforced each beam rises from height, andbase, position, in order to the protect CHOSEN TITLE: El Agua Vita floorinteriors to arch across the nave to the opposite side of the credits from isolation as well as keeping the space CHOSEN SITE: Guadalajara, CHOSEN TITLE:Mexico El Agua Vita church. Each beam changes in height, shape, position and open from north to south, preserving the relationship CLIENT: Local Church SITE: Guadalajara (Mexico) angle, both to protect the interior from sun damage and to SIZE: 7,470 square meters with the outside frame. Local Church sq ft) keep the space “open” from north to south. It was very (80,407CLIENT: COST: Withheld Size: 7,470 square meters important for the aim project to emphasizethe both views because CAD: Autocad, 3dsMax Studio The project to strengthen visual link between (80,407 sq ft) at the north lies an existing colonial chapel which a colonial chapel already present on theinsite, as well Cost: Whithheld workers fromthe thetopography area worshipof and in south there’s a dry CAD: Autocad, 3dsMax Studio as with places. river that gives a spectacular view.


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(Colima, (Colima, Mexico) isMexico) transparency, out-of-the-box, aIntegration, graphic design enterprise that stands out infun, the wereforthe main keywords used itascomes guidelines city its unique creativity when to the throughout The pursue of work it doesthe on design publicity.process. Their needs were very balance between men and its natural environurgent and since they had their own bike transporment, turned out to be a source of inspiration, tation program, clear merge ofWorking nature and the drivingit was force of that this aproject: and out-of-the-box design would be required. spaces where volumes are in direct relationship with the exterior through an interior garden, thus allowing nature to blend in and become an element of design.

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ABOVE: A see-through vestibule serves both the executive and common areas in the complex, and its double height ends with an organically inspired structural wooden shell. ABOVE: A see-through vestibule and an organic inspired structural wooden shell, provide an opening to the outside, allowing users to remain connected to nature. PLANS 6 PATIO 1 ENTRY 7 PLOT STATION 2 LOBBY/CORRIDOR 8 PLANS 6 DESIGN PATIO STUDIO 3 9 1 LOUNGE ENTRY 7 TERRACE/CORRIDOR PLOT STATION 4 OFFICE 2 EXECUTIVE LOBBY/CORRIDOR 8 DESIGN STUDIO 5 ROOM 3 CONFERENCE LOUNGE 9 TERRACE 4 EXECUTIVE OFFICE 5 CONFERENCE ROOM

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The complex is linked by the wooden web that provides interesting shadow The complex is linked by ashell wooden frame (pergola) whichenvelope provides projections all day long. The also supports a double glazed interesting shadow projections allorday long. The shell also supports to keep the ambiance free from rain humidity. a double glazed envelope to keep the ambiance free from rain or humidity.

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When speaking of nature as a design object, the project went all the way with it; inciting its

When speaking of using nature as throua natural setting. Bamboo walls, placed design object, the project went all the way ghout the core inner garden, relate the

with it. A double height bamboo wall that surrounds the core of the place draws your eyes to it the minute you step into the main lobby and inner garden create an openness lobby. The “live wall” has its own core, a that enhances natural ventilation as well as local artist's sculpture that faces both the conference room and executive office, as well of thermal and acoustic isolation. creating a private inner garden that enhances natural ventilation to both areas. transition between stations, serve encouraOn the second work floor, terraces as the transition between work stations, interaction nature. Both upper volume encouragingwith a more dynamic, creative areas are workers. ruled byBoth a “non-rule” which flow from upper volume areas are ruled by a “non-rule” which on its occupants rather than the structural responds more to the environmental effect on its occupants than the structural logic; res. The result: an interesting of volumes, as a result, the complex intendsset to sharpen shadows and that attract curiosity from senses with itsforms ever changing appearance.

ABOVE: The back CI-DESSUS : side On note ofégalement the complex la présence overlooks the garden, de de construction which will be used as a avec solides, coexistant social area as des meeting formes organiques, well as anainsi extension of offrant un contrasthe te conference entre ces room. formes et leur composition.

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There’s aadifferent view view from There’s different everywhere you look at it, from everywhere you look moods, sounds and atdifferent it, different moods, lighting. All in all its calling is sounds and lighting. All in to keep design in the back all its vocation is to keep of everyone’s mind. design in the back of everyone’s mind.

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CHOSEN TITLE: Design Studio G SITE: Colima (Mexico) CLIENT: Design Studio G SIZE: 203 square meters CHOSEN TITLE: Design Studio G (2,185 SITE: squareColima, feet) Mexico CHOSEN COST: Design $150,000 usdG CLIENT: Studio CAD: 3dsMax Studio SIZE: 203Autocad, square meters (2,185 square feet) COST: $150,000.00 dlls CAD: Autocad, 3dsMax Studio

Credits CI-DESSUS : L’utilisation de carreaux BELOW: A bow multiformes glass renforce le sens non construcwindow links tif des volumes, orthogonal design créant with un style nondeconstructi conventionnel. the more ve approach on the right.


mia's IMAGE :DAVID ASHELY CHIC COLLEGE PROJECT

house SPRING 2010


A golden bird cage in the living room stands as a meaningful passage for the owner, who The interior decoration was inspired by the wanted to adress her sexuality journey in a owner’s desire for love emancipation. graphic way.

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a'shouse Designed for a 26 year-old bachelorette, mimi combines the best of two concepts; specifically it unites the a'shouse openness of a loft of a house. The owner had major a specific of openness and simplicity; the openness of awith loft the withfunctionality the functionality of a house. The two axisidea on which this project is based “a are place whereand I cansimplicity; see through to thewithout other end of the house without anything myFloor-to-ceiling view.” amplitude a space visual obstacles, continuous, andblocking functional. windows Eventhe though didn’tof have specifications, the house evolved includeventilation. elements she may open insidethe toproject the outside themany house, as well as interior glass walls, naturally light andto natural Interior come to need in the future which are far from what she needed at the time. A guest room was proposed, as well as spaces were designed throughout the concept of open-intimacy, rather than separated private and public an open dining room and an open terrace that complements the master room and overlooks the city’s volcanoes. The house was kept sexy and elegant through the use of floor-to-ceiling windows, such as as the one in the master ting contemporary elements and vintage furniture. The balance between the warmth of a family home and the room that opens into the stairs and TV room. Windows that establish a never ending peek-a-boo game designed to minimalism of Generation Y. thrill the occupants with the idea of voyeurism. Along with white surfaces, concrete and recylced wooden floors, a combination of new and antique freestanding furnishing was specified to add a touch of contemporary warmth. PERSONAL PROJECT PERSONAL WORK

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the the relaxed chic chic mood mood

acomplished with furnishing, along isis acomplished with the theuse useofofvintage vintage furnishing, with contemporary abstract and classic nude along with contemporary artpaintings and photography. photography.

CHOSEN TITLE: MIA’S HOUSE CHOSEN TITLE: MIA’S HOUSE SITE: Colima (Mexico) SITE: Colima, CLIENT: CHOSEN Mia Shulte ReyesMexico CLIENT: Mia Shulte Reyes SIZE: 232 square meters (2,498 sq ft) SIZE: 232 square meters (2,498 sq ft) COST: $131,130 usd dlls COST: $131,130.00 COMPLETITION DATE: July COMPLETION DATE: July2011 2011 CAD: Autocad, 3dsMax CAD: Autocad, 3dsMaxStudio Studio

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La master chambre principale dispose vue donnant The bedroom overlooks the d’une open terrace and cansur alsol’extérieur be seen et d’une vue intérieure visible les escaliers. from the stairs, since the bed facesdepuis a floor-to-ceiling window.


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With its white surfaces and striped volumes, this house ith its white surfaces and wide striped volumes, the welcomes its occupants in search of calm and rest. As project welcomes its owners into a peaceful place to rest. the new home for a retired Mexican American couple As the new home for a retired Mexican American couple who chose comfort and functionality, the project is the who wanted to move from the US to Mexico; the house is mix of two styles: the American way of life and the Mexia fusion of two styles: the American way of life and the can style. Accessibility was an issue, and many of the Mexican style. concerns werewas solved ramps ground Accessibility an by issue, and throughout many of thethe concerns level so that the house is functional for people were solved by ramps throughout the ground level sowith that walking disabilities. the house is functional for people with walking limitations. The entire project was floor intended for elderly users, The second was “left” for family whotherefore, comes to functionality and mobility became the guidelines of the visit, so accessibility was not a concern there.

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Daylight was addressed by the use of several skylights accessibility concern Daylight was in each level.was Sincenot thea house wasthere. north-oriented, this addressed by the use oftoseveral in sunlight. each level. provided a great chance exposeskylights rooms to As Since house oriented, thisprotected providedwith a for sunthe control, the was southnorth windows are to be interior shades as as low-E glass. great chance towell expose rooms to sunlight. As for sun In matters an acoustical a large foun control, the of south windows environment, are to be protected withtain wasshades placed as below stairs to encourage a relaxed interior well the as low-E glass. In matters of an mood at all times. Because it at a very publicwas and placed cente acoustical environment, a islarge fountain red position, it is intended to be heard even from upstairs below the stairs to encourage a relaxed mood at all when off, it works as a sky mirror that times;turned since iton is and, at a when very public and centered position, reflects light coming from the skylight above it. it is intended to be heard even from upstairs when

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All exterior volumes coexist through the variety of textures emphasizing white color, which helps to intensify

A white canopy protects the entrance and links both main volumes in a facade that fuses two retoric meanings; one simple volume with a plain finish, resembling the new life style ahead, and the striped one that stands for the more complicated life behind.


contemplation. LEGIBLE APPROACH AND ENTRY

DESIGN STRATEGIES

NATURAL VENTILATION & HIGH INDOOR AIR QUALITY

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An inner garden, typical of old style Mexican houses, lies at the core of the project. In terms of space, views and ventilation, it integrates the inner space with the outdoor environment, keeping its occupants connected with the fresh air outside as well as drawing the attention to the owner’s therapy garden. WHITEE T I H WHOUSE is spacious enough to lodge the occupant’s entire family, and also a home that

DAYLIGHTING AND SUN CONTROL

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CHOSEN TITLE: WHITE R-HOUSE SITE: Colima (Mexico) CLIENT: Martin Mata Family SIZE: 423 square meters (4,553 sq ft) COST: $240,000 usd COMPLETION DATE: December 2012 CAD: Autocad, 3dsMax Studio

PERSONAL PROJECT

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A house that combines the use of local materials, endemic furniture with eclectic art for a contemporary

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The room, facing the garden. The owner The main mainliving living room, communicates with the displays garden furniture local artists. through of a floor-to-ceiling gliding window.

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as a embracesembraces the designeclecticism concept that dogma for the interior conceptualization of the house. brings local materials to the construction, finish, furnisThrough the local materials as volcanic hing and art.use Theofhouse’s dominantsuch feature is a large stone and Parota wood (Central American the main facade surfaced in polished black stone.tree), The idea project aims to reveal the passage of time, through of using stone throughout the project is meant to reveal natural elements that change aesthetics as they the passage of time; since thetheir stone can’t be naturally age, in harmony occupants aging process. restored, it ages with with its time as do its occupants. FALL 2010 FALL 2010


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The interiors were kept very enclosed, in order to give more privacy to its occupants. However, the inside of the project was physical designedenvironment to produce was a sense openness the house. living room The outside keptofenclosed, tothroughout keep the house as safeThe as possible and communicates to prevent any and eventually comes together with the garden, resulting in a is unique space that to integrate as the natural opportunity to see through to the interior. However, the inside designed to be as seeks spacious-looking possible. environment into the daily life of its inhabitants. Along with dark ceramic floors, a 11’ high ceiling, white surfaces and operable floor-to-ceiling windows, the

house literally opens to the outside, making both the dining and living room into a terrace that brings nature zenith light. into the home.

where theyBBQ BBQ where they

BELOW: Although the terrace is smaller than any other space in Despite itsitreduced theroom terrace the house, opens to space, the dining and overlooks creates a larger area the dining room, creating a larger area to use. to use.


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CHOSEN TITLE: 4House SITE: Colima, Mexico CLIENT: González Rubio Family SIZE: 455 square meters (4,898 sq ft) COST: $257,000 usd COMPLETION DATE: July 2012 CAD: Autocad, 3dsMax Studio

ABOVE:: The youngest daughter wanted a space to be “away from everyone”, kind of like a hiding place, which is why a mezzanine was added to the room to fulfill her need for privacy.

ABOVE: The double height and skylight both work as a natural renewer of indoor air.

Day lighting is managed with the use of large scale windows at ground level as well as sky lighting in the upper level. Natural ventilation comes from the south-east and the project tries to take advanwhich aside from sunlight and fresh air, give its occupants a great view of the city. The owner wanted to use baked bricks that are made in the region for the construction of the house, which were left visible at the family room and study to accentuate the family’s taste for rustic Mexican houses, in a very contemporary approach. The general ambiance of the house tries to use the best of Mexico’s unique values translated in a contemporary language.


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A project that responds to an existing PLANS existing urban feature: a curve. urban feature: a curved curb. During 1 ENTRY 2 MAIN LOBBY design process it was theDuring designthe process it was resolved 3 ADMINISTRATION AREA resolved not only would curves that instead that of integrating the curb to 4 STORAGE ROOM 5 KITCHEN thebe project, the complex would ratherbut integrated to the project, 6 DESIGN STUDIO bethey part would of it; since the location of the stand as the base point.7 ENGINEERING AREA curb turned out to be the best place to locate the main entry of the building. volume came to be designed, a So it was that a flowing arch shaped volume came to be designed. an even higherset glass vestibule which A double-height of offices linked by serves an even higher glass vestibule as a passageway between serves a passageway between theroof the as underground parking, the underground parking, the roof garden and ground level. The lobby garden and ground level. The recep overlooks the overlook inner garden tion and lobby the and innerthe two-story workshop studio garden and design the two-story design workshop and extend theall view the to and extend the view theallway way to the outer garden, creating a the outer garden, creating a dynatransparency axis throughout the mic transparency axis throughout complex.

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8 COFFEE STATION PLANS 8 COFEE STATION 9 EXECUTIVE OFFICE 1 ENTRY 9 EXECUTIVE OFFICE 10 CONFERENCE ROOM 2 MAIN LOBBY 10 CONFERENCE CENTERAREA 11 ELEVATOR 3 ADMINISTRATION 11 ELEVATOR 12 TERRACE 4 STORAGE ROOM 12 TERRACE BELOW:The bridge that conects 13 GARDEN 5 KITCHEN 13 GARDEN both green roofs of the complex 14 UNDERGROUND 6 DESIGN STUDIO 14 UNDERGROUND entry, aENTRY circular stair PARKING 7 ENGINEERING AREA floats over the PARKING ENTRY around the elevator leads to it. BELOW: A suspended walkway set with steel cables connects the two parts of the Roof Garden; thus it seems to float in the air when viewed from the ground floor.

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The underground parking has access to the main lobby through The underground underground parking has The parking has an elevator. Themain lobby conects the access to the the main lobby through access to lobby through The main lobby overlooks towings the administration and executive an elevator. elevator. The lobby conects thedesign studio and inner garden, and an The lobby conects the comunicates on the right to the executive area and and on the left toand the The mainlobby lobby overlooks to the designstudio studio andinner inner garden, and overlooks to the design studio. The main overlooks towings the design garden, administration and executive wings administration and executive administrative wing. and communicates on the right to the executive area and left on to thethe comunicates on the right to the executive area and on the and overlooks to the the design designwing. studio. and to studio. left overlooks to the administrative administrative wing.

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BELOW: As a core of the large complex, stands a fully pedestrian public space, surrounded by bike lanes, which remain in higher hierarchy than cars. The project aims to create a peaceful, and inclusive atmosphere.


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contemplates 48 housing units within 3 story buildings, in an unused lot in the heart of Manzanillo (Mexico). The project reaches a housing density of 100 hab/ha, due to a strategic logic of the use of space. The objective is to create an inner community that can integrate itself into a neighborhood with exiting services and infrastructure, encouraging the concept of a more compact city, in an area where horizontal sprawl is the norm. cation of intra-urban areas that already services, through a high-density model based on individual housing within a community ensemble.

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A golden bird cage in the living room stands as a meaningful passage for the owner, who wanted to adress her sexuality journey in a graphic way.

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