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EL RANC HITO C AB IN PLAZA B IC ENTENARIO C ENTRO FRIDA ARC A B RIDGE HOSTAL TIK AL HAB ITAT T O KYO FASHION MUSEUM PROTOTY PE X 3


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EL RANCHITO SOCIAL REGENERATION BY I MPULS O UR BAN O GUADALUPE , N . L. ME XI CO S UMME R 2 0 1 0

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“El R a n c h it o ” is a c o mmun ity tha t b a s e s it s in c o me by col le c t in g g a rb a g e f ro m the stre e t s o f Mo n t e rre y.

Du r i n g a 4 w eek pe rio d I was pa r t o f the wo rk s h o p “ R e cco n e c t i n g People a n d Pla c e ” where in c o lla b o ra t io n wit h a g rou p o f students from Me lbo u r n e Un ive rs it y d e s ig n e d a n d b u i l t s e ver al gathering po ints for th e com mu n it y a n d wit h t h e co m m u n ity. - a g o ra : 6 x 6 x 6 ste e lframe stru c ture - s e t o f swings: built with wo o den posts & t ire s - m a z e + soccer fie ld: built with wo o d palle t s & t ire s 6


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CABIN

A U G -DIC 20 0 8 STUD IO WITH AR Q . S E R GI O AR Z AC LOS LI R I OS , COAH. ME XI CO ORIGINAL P ROJ ECT-20 0 8 R E PR ODUCT I ON -2 0 1 0

A shelter located in the woods near “los lirios” with a multipurpose tower capable of collecting rainwater for its self-sufficiency. 9


transversal section

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To commemorate the Centenary and Bicentenary of the Mexican Independence and Revolution, an interactive plaza capable of changing its form to adapt to different programs is proposed in the heart of Monterrey city with the quality of attracting people from different districts to celebrate the anniversary of the nation.

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PLAZA BICENTENARIO CATED RA LUIS BAR R AGAN COMPE T I T I ON MON T E R R E Y, N . L. ME XI CO S E PT E MBE R 2 0 0 9 COLLABOR AT OR S : ABERLARD O GO NZALEZ ALEJ AND RO MAD ERO AND REA GU ILLEN GERARD O GARZA RO CIO LO P EZ

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FLEXIBILITY

The plaza has the technical and structural support to hold any tipe of event with multiple configurations.

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wall & ceiling insertion detail

column detail 15


1. pull to contain space

2. push to open to green spaces

3. delete to articulate with connections

4. depress to emphasize esplanade

5. contextualized! 16


digital model

ventilation scheme

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conceptual market displacement

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conceptual concert displacement

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CENTRO FRIDA AU G- DIC 2 009 S T UD IO WITH ARQ. AGUST I N LAN DA M O NT ERREY, MEXI CO C O M U NITY CEN T ER

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circulation

administration

service level -1

hotel workshops classrooms

commerce

library

auditorium level 1 24


level 0

top view 25


storefront

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recreative area 27


front view

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rear view

Located in front of San Pedro’s central plaza, the community center opens itself to it by adding urban space and a commercial strip for self-sustainability. The scheme is composed by a central patio where workshops, classrooms, restaurants, and library converge.

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ARCA BRIDGE ARQ U IN E C OMPET I T I ON TEN O S IQ U E, T A B A S CO M AR C H 2010 C O L L A B ORA T ORS HE CTO R F ARRERA A BELAR DO GONZ A L EZ A L E JANDR O M A DERO R OBER TO P A L A U

The design of a new “dam” prototype being able to articulate both sides of the river, retain water exceeds and produce energy.

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PROGRAMMATIC

AXIS

knowledge

The form of the bridge is a response to the interaction between the three different programmatic axis. The user has the opportunity to circulate on a single programmatic axis or to vary its way shifting paths along the run.

accommodation

recreational

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out out out in in in K A R K A R

R+R

park

A+A

shelter

A+R

hostel

K+R

museum

A+K K+K A+K

training lab training

K+R

museum

A+R

hostel shelter

R+R

park

K A R K A R

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A+A

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transversal section

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tower section

conceptual plan

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RENEWABLE

WATER & ENERGY

To prevent flooding, a water treatment plant along the riverside annex to the bridge, retains water excess and purifies it using the same energy the tower provides. 38


The tower not only functions as the main structural support. It holds two water turbines that feed tenosique of renewable energy. 39


museum lobby

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shelter access

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Standing beside riverside cities, the bridge functions as a machine not only at producing valuable and vital resources but as a social and economical detonator to the city.

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HABITAT

A U G -DIC 20 10 STUD IO W ITH AR Q . PE DR O PACHE CO MON T E R R E Y, ME XI CO HOUS I N G T OWE R COLLABOR AT OR H ECTO R F ARRERA

Hurracane “Alex� hit Monterrey, and whiped out thousands of homes. ITESM, in collaboration with the state decided to make a study for a development of a new typology of housing for the city, a tower. A group of students was selected to play this role and to experiment the different options there could be for the project. HABITAT is intended to be a building that acts as a social detonator having a community center with closed and open public areas and a basketball court. The building has underground parking serving as an income to the building to make it a sustainable project.

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rooftop basketball course community center

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retail

housing


efficient circulation

west solar protection

wind flow

roof gardens

rainwater collection

shared service walls

Rainwater is collected to serve the three agriculture terraces.

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type A

type B level 1

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type B level 2


The tower rises up with four different appartment typolgies, all capable of expanding in their own property. type A’

type B’ level 1

type B’ level 2

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type C

type D level 1

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type D level 2


type C’

type D’ level 1

type D’ level 2

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HOSTAL TIKAL 2011 ARQUITE CT UM COMPE T I T I ON TIKAL NATIONA L PAR K , GUAT E MALA HOS T E L, MUS E UM COLLABOR AT OR S H ECTO R F ARRERA MARCO BARTO LINI RO BERTO P ALAU

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section

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museum

museum administration

bathrooms

hostel service space restaurant hostel lobby common area hostel rooms kitchen

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TOKYO FASHION MUSEUM

JAN - M A Y 2 010 S T UD IO AND COMP ETITION WI T H ARQ . A L E JA N DRO ROD RIGUEZ TO K Y O , JA PA N . TO W ER

Sound and images make movies the best way to tell a story. afterimage is the name given to the group of phenomenons that generate movement between still images. Conceptualizing the film strip to the history of fashion, icons take place in the frames and the genesis of these fill up the succession between them.

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Location: Omotesando street, Tokyo, Japan.


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step1 00’s 90’s 80’s 70’s 60’s 50’s 40’s 30’s 20’s 10’s

to generate a link between two icons: - establish a height and area percentage to rule the resulting space .

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grasshopper definition where height and area percentage is manipulated 74


step2

to create a natural flow between icons: - repeat step1 spiraling around the corners.

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step3

to generate variations between floor slabs: - add one slab on every intersection between mezzanines and vertical circulations.

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step4

iterate the final definition manipulating height and area percentage until ideal slope and volume result in program, structure and formal needs.

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mix

services

museum

urban terrace sky bar 90’s - 00’s zen garden 70’s - 80’s runway backstage 50’s - 60’s administration office workshops 30’s - 40’s restaurant 10’s - 20’s bookshop lobby

parking lot

The museographic journey is interrupted by the museum’s complementary program breaking the monotony produced by the shifts between fashion icons and its genesis. The user has the opportunity to enjoy the diverse commodities the tower gives along its length. 78


transversal section

A skin system was developed trough programmatic needs. The use of white glass in the galleries creates a translucid effect without damaging the garments, and a transparent glass that is able to project images is used in the transition spaces to enhance the users appreciation of the genesis. 79


floor plans

genesis

sky bar

icon level: 27 mts

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terrace level: 92 mts


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This new vertical museum typology offers the expectator to continue a free flow throughout time getting a perspective not only of the detail of every decade, but of the genesis that lead to each masterpiece.

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PROTOTYPE X AU G- DIC 2 009 S T UD IO WITH ARQ. ALEJ AN DR O RO D RIGU E Z M O NT ERREY, MEXI CO EXP ERIM E N T A L URB A N REGENERATION C O L L A B ORA T ORS : HE CTO R F ARRERA A L E JANDR O M A DERO

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SOCIAL REGENERATION

The concept of Prototype X is to socially regenerate the city by creating an equilibrium and interdependence between the users. This prototype aims for the city to be completely independent from the outside world and extremely dependent from the inside, where people’s aptitudes are enhanced to produce labor effectiveness and at the same time to fulfill the necessities of others.

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DETONATOR

To make this social regeneration work, punctual detonators are needed, where values are added to existing ones creating a reaction to produce compact nodes with mixed programs that have an attached correlation.

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EXPERIMENT

EFFERVESCENCE

fluids

force

To know the location and spatial relationships between these nodes, an investigation of natural sciences such as physics, chemistry and biology was applied analyzing different behaviors resulting on an ideal urban system. After an extensive research, the chemical reaction of effervescence was adopted because of its great advantage to iterate using the tablet form, as well because it covered the urban intentions of the project, such as chain connection, active and static spaces etc. 88

static areas

network active areas


BUBBLE - VORONOI

RELATION

The bubble’s perimeter is determined by the radial force the air creates inside of it. When two bubbles with the same pressure interact with each other without joining, their limit is right in between them, just as the voronoi tessellation creates equidistant lines between the desired points.

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BUBBLE

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VORONOI

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MASTERPLAN DISTRICTS

leisure

country market 92


corporative

commercial 93


INFRASTRUCTURE

actual streets with conexions

secondary streets

urban tram

underground parking

tram stop

green Axis fields 94

vertical axis


The main existing streets are prolonged through the inner city flowing along the voronoi path making them the primary roads. Along with the primary roads, a another street is added that runs trough the site in a perpendicular way, working as a principal distributor along the inner-city.

Secondary streets link the main ones to the nodes, most of them being underground in order to reach the parking system below. A tram runs longitudinally along the site with stops located at strategic points between nodes, ending at the existing metro stop in “Madero� steet.

Static spaces read in the experiment turn into a green axis that flows inbetween the nodes articulating them to boost cycling and walking. Streets are buried at diverse sections to keep the green axis free from traffic noise and air poluttion. colorlines represent ways running along level zero. the rest of the voronoi network is proposed as pedestrian to promote coexistance between the users. 95


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GRUPO ESPECIAL DE DISEテ前 F E B - JU L Y 2 011 I N T ERNSH IP S N O HET T A , N YC COLLABORATION:

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ISABEL BADER CENTRE QUEENS UNIVERSITY


TIMES SQUARE RECONSTRUCTION

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BETON HALA WATERFRONT CENTER COMPETITION

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GANSEVOORT STREET

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BOGOTA INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION CENTER COMPETITION

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all images are courtesy of SNOHETTA

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JAVIER LEAL NAVARRO

High School

Prepa Tec campus Santa Catarina, Monterrey, Mexico. One year abroad at The American School in Switzerland, Lugano, Switzerland.

Proffesional Studies

ITESM campus Monterrey.

Proffesional Experience

SUMA (1 month) urban regeneration, victoria, tamaulipas, mexico. SNOHETTA (5 months) participated in the design team of five different projects located in Canada, USA, Serbia and Colombia.

Competitions

Catedra Luis Barragan 2009 plaza bicentenario (1st place) 11th arquine competition 2009 FARO 12th arquine competition 2010 ARCA Tokyo Fashion Museum Catedra Luis Barragan 2010 architecture, art & design school.

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Spoken languages spanish english italian

Software

rhinoceros + grasshopper autocad revit photoshop indesign illustrator

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JAV IE R L EA L N A V A RRO 8 11- 0 6 6 - 29 5 4 c hk n . l e al @ gm ai l.com 110


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