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//JAVIER MARTÍNEZ ÁVILA/

Architecture, drawings , visualization, graphic design and publications

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Portfolio 2013


//CONTACT/ Name

Javier Martテュnez テ」ila

Mobile

+31 6 311 70490

Adress

Retiefstraat 27-3 1092 VW Amsterdam

Email

javiermartinezavila@outlook .com

ID

75719754-M

BSN/Sofinr

784275166

Nationality

Spanish

Birth date

11.03.1987


//CONTENT/ About me.

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Final master degree project.

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Accomodation and interpretation center in Jรกnovas.

Drawings.

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Architectural Visualization.

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Graphic design and Publications.

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Design and UX for Natui.es

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A glimpse ahead. Dients Ruimtelikje Ordening

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The neighbourhoods of wineries: The soul of La Rioja

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// 1 ABOUT ME/

To imagine a sinuous architecture first you have to be master in box shaped buildings. (my teachers)


HELLO, My name is Javier Martinez à vila. I am an architect trained at the University of Navarra, Pamplona. My ambition is to improve the workflow of young professionals by giving the final leap to digital architecture. When I was four I began to be interested in communication and started using a computer when my family bought an IBM PC. I grew up writing commands in DOS. A few years later, at the age of fifteen, I learned some 3d studio basic skills with my brother and so my interest in virtual design grew. I used that limited knowledge to make my own levels and mods for the Tomb Raider game series. One of these works ended successfully as it became the final project of my junior year in high school. As I dug deeper into this hobby, I discovered that architectural creation isn’t just very similar to how the virtual representation of reality works, but actually the same. So I went to study architecture, being especially interested in the mixture of art and engineering. I studied for 8 years at one of the highest accredited universities in Spain, this being the Technical School of Architecture (ETSAUN). Whilst studying there I also worked freelance as a tutor of architectural design suites and render the visualizations of my colleagues. This experience showed me how to organize information on the screen as well as in print. However, besides a good layout, proper thought out content is needed. So, I learned copywriting skills and media publishing at Coolvisionaire Team, a group of journalists from FCOM (The Faculty of Communication of University of Navarra). Then, I began to work with a ten-person team in Natui, a cultural platform born as the social face for SPalm, a palm tree company located in Alicante, Spain. In January 2013, Natui started the transition to become a magazine and an independent medium. So, I was chosen, first as editor and then as project manager, to lead and design this transition. The path I’ve been on throughout the last two years has plenty of directions united by cultural anxiety and an interest in the different aspects of the design process. From architecture to software and communication. I believe, as architects, we must progress and reform our profession. Times are tough and the climate has changed. The economic crisis we are enduring has closed many little and medium ateliers across Europe. Leaving the industry profitable for just a few star-architects. We have to adopt the possibilities of virtual architecture and new media to create a way to make a future where 3d printers and new production systems are embraced. I hope you will enjoy reading my portfolio.

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EDUCATION Sept June

2003 2005

Baccalaureate at Attendis Saladares Almería, Spain.

Sept May

2005 2013

Architecture (BCs + MSc) at University of Navarra, Pamplona, Spain.

Sept June

2005 2008

Sept June

2005 2008

European Universitas Program at CM Belagua, Pamplona, Spain

Sept Sept

2011 2012

Blog writing skills and social media comunication at Cultural Platform Coolvisionaire on the website Vagon293

European Universitas Program at CM Belagua, Pamplona, Spain Cultural, professional and educational talks in university. Registry number: T1-2008-02

WORK EXPERIENCE June Sept Sept May July Sept 4

2002 2003 2008 2013 2010 2010

Graphic design for University of Almeria’s Doctor Thesis Nieves Gómez. Tales of oral transmission in Western Almería. ISBN: 84-8240-215-3

Freelance teacher of computer design suites for architecture students in Pamplona, Spain. Internship in Gemeente Amsterdam at Dienst Ruimtelijke Ordening

Jan 2012 Present

Editor at the cultural platform NATUI.ES

March 2012

Design for the presentation posters and flyers of Preventi Shoes at Bread & Butter Tradeshow 2012 in Berlin

PRIZES Dec

2009

First prize by the city hall in the urban expansion of Vinaroz, Spain

March 2010

Mention in Reform Contest of a Wineries neighbourhood in La Rioja, Spain

Jan

Winner of Preventi shoes’s contest Search for the Global Nomad.

2012

OTHER MERITS Sept Sept June Sept

2000 Basketball player at Adaba SA, member of the andalusian autonomic 2002 league 2004 Volunteer works in El Braval, Barcelona. 2004 El Braval is a NGO placed in a barcelonese marginal area called el raval, the city oldtown.

Sept June Sept June

2003 Coach of youth basketball team Attendis Saladares in Almería, Spain. 2004 2006 Vocal of the dean in the University Hall of Residence Belagua, Pamplona. 2007

Sept June

2006 Lead the architecture debate club in the University Hall of Residence Be2009 lagua.

They help minorities to overcome the social exclusion area by developing skills.

The design line of the Technical School of Architecture of the University of Navarra is highly influenced by the work and teachings of one of the most important masters in modern architecture, Javier Carvajal. My professors in the declare their admiration for him. They participate in the evolution of the Spanish-Portuguese architecture with examples like the aforementioned or Álvaro Siza: A clean architecture, which avoids the artifice and fashions to fill a need in the most beautiful and sincere way as possible. In the following page I introduce you some of the professors and visiting teachers of the centre.

For more information you can visit YOUTUBE.COM/UNIVERSIDADDENAVARRA or watch the video captured in the QR code above.


Miguel Ángel Alonso del Val, Doctor Architect, Fullbright student in Columbia University of New York (1983-1985). Lecturer in the Architectural Association School of London and in the University of Arizona. Professor in the University of Navarra and lead of the Project Department in the Technical School

César Azcárate is graduate in the Technical School of Architecture of Navarra (ETSAUN) in 1990 where he teaches since 1991. His professional activity is developed as leader of the successful atelier ACXT Arquitectos, with most of his architectural and urban planning work published and awarded.

Francisco Mangado, architect by ETSAUN with national thesis prize, collaborator in Projects Department of the University, his professional career is awarded for his forthright work. As one of the most important contemporary architects in Spain his work was displayed at MoMa’s Spanish Architecture exhibit.

Juan Miguel Otxotorena, doctor architect with honours by the ETSAUN. He has a dense work trajectory, with well-known building as the Parliament of Navarre. Involved in publishing since the creation of the firm T6) editions, which he founded, directs various magazines and specialized book collections.

COMMUNICATION

EXPRESSION

Spanish Copywriting

Autodesk Autocad drawing modeling

WordPress skills

Autodesk 3D Studio MAX

MANUAL Architectural hand drawing

vray mentalray Adobe Photoshop

Architectural modeling

Adobe Indesign

Computer hardware skills

Adobe Illustrator

English

Joao Álvaro Rocha, architect by the Oporto Art School. He began 5 his professional career in 1982, some of his buildings have been published as the House in Carreço, Portugal. Besides his work, he has been collaborating with several schools of architecture in Portugal, Spain and France.


// FINAL MASTER DEGREE PROJECT/ Interpretation and accomodation center in Jรกnovas 2


Jånovas is a small village placed on Sobrarbe shire in Fiscal (The Pyrenees - Huesca) bathed by the Ara river. It configured a former dam project in the 50’s among other little towns as Lavelillas and Lacort. The aim was to flood several towns to water the desert zone of Monegros. There were several projects in Spain for flooded valleys for water storage during the dictatorship of Franco. The procedure was to expropriate the people and place them elsewhere. They moved the people out but the areas were never flooded so the result was several deserted towns. Thirty years have passed and the descendants of those who lived in the village are trying to rebuild their family memories. They organize picnics, hiking and canoeing on weekends but they also want to spend their holidays where their families were born. They have been fighting against the hydroelectric company and the Gobernment during all these years. Their goal is to amend the injustice was committed to his grandparents and they are not holding back. In old aragonese that means Jånovas no rebla.

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The placement of the church as a general point generates a flow between three elements: yourself in the environment, the river and the landmark. It will encourage the private development of the ruins of the houses.


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Heritage. In addition to be located next to the church, the program is developed as a way to enhance existing assets to create a quality public space. This creates a dialogue on two levels, the church and the lower level, always visually related through what can be considered as a new cloister. In this way, it reinforces the idea that memory heritage are returning back Jรกnovas to life.

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Matter. The difference in height between the church and the program generates the opportunity for this to develop as if it were a plinth. As if they had been uncovered the foundation of the monument. Thus, locally resourced materials are used, reminiscent of the village as wood and stone of what remains of it. The building is formed by loadbearing of reinforced concrete using Romanesque building tradition.


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1. Reinforced concrete slab 30 cm thick. 2. Slope forming layer. Thickness 10 -5cm. 3. Geotextile mesh 1.5cm. 4. Extruded polystyrene. 5. Bituminous waterproofing sheet 1.5cm. 6. Plant substrate e / 15 -20cm. 7. Ø 1.5cm drip. 8. Profile 7x7cm L galvanized steel. 9. Reinforced concrete wall. Thickness of 30 cm. 10. Doussie wood coating e/ 1.5cm. 11. Batten pine support for coating 15x5cm. 12. Plaster trim 1.5cm thick. 13. Large format brick 30x15x7 sheet of DOBON Y CIA , SA 14. Half foot solid brick sheet of DOBON Y CIA , SA 15. Repellent mortar plastering e/ 1.5cm. 16. Rubber waterproof paint fiberglass. 17. Air chamber e/ 5cm. 18. Local stone cladding e/ 15cm with recessed joint. 19. Drain pipe Ø120 PVC. 20. Compacted gravel. 21. 5x5cm U profile galvanized steel façade joint between vertical and horizontal elements. 22. Doussie wood finish e/ 1.5cm colourless solution treated with synthetic resins and active compounds. 23. Doussie woodwork e/ 7.5cm with galvanized steel rolling. 24. Woodworks preframe for bent sheet metal and galvanized steel / 1.5mm. 25. Double sheet of tempered glass with air chamber 4/16/6. 26. Recess created in formwork for placement of thermal insulation subframe. 13 27. U-profile galvanized steel for the top of the wall facade and cornice joint. 28. Pitching gravel. 29. Reinforced concrete floor 15 cm thick. 30. Micro cement floor with dark tint e/ 5cm. 31. Reinforced concrete base run on lean concrete layer. 32. Doussie wood baseboard 1.5 cm thick and 7.5 cm in height. 33. Joint between wooden facade and stone base plate galvanized steel bent e/1.5mm. 34. Wooden sliding outside finish doussie custom built. Two panels of 1.5 cm thick and 4 cm air chamber inside and carpentry e/ 7.5cm with galvanized steel rolling. Treated with synthetic resins and active compounds. 35. Fixed outside finish doussie wood custom built. Two panels of 1.5 cm thick and filled with 4cm thick extruded polystyrene and carpentry e/7.5cm fixed. Treated with synthetic resins and active compounds. 36. Guide doussie wood joinery custom built with galvanized steel protection to prevent grease and facilitate sliding. 38. Pine batten to support outside finish 10x10cm. 39. Exterior finish doussie wood 2cm thick synthetic resin treatment and active compounds. 40. U-profile galvanized steel board 10x10cm for the woodwork and facades. 41. DM board 50x2cm. 42. 50x30 reinforced concrete beam with Ø8 skin trusses and Ø10 -12 in active reinforcements. 43. Doussie wood facade. 44. Inner tube 20 cm. 45. Doussie wood finish 4cm thick slats with synthetic resin treatment and active compounds. Separation of 2cm to evacuate rainwater. 46. Support based finish wood slats 4x4 cm with waterproof treatment. 47. Reinforced concrete pillar of Ø30 cm with Ø8 collar-beam steel and Ø10-12 skin trusses. 48. Doussie wood fixed carpentry e/ 7.5cm.


When the Government and the hydroelectric company Iberduero took the people away from the village, the priest took the archway from the church. He was about to be transferred to the neighbour town Fiscal so he swear to preserve it as the only memory which is no drown. 14

The intention of the box-shaped museum is invite to reflect. So it elevates from the old main walls of the priest house showing itself as an enigmatic intervention. The building has a setback from the preexistence. This allows the light to enter and thus have a space which looks itself inwards.


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1. Reinforced concrete slab, 30 cm thick. 2. Slope forming layer thickness 10 -5cm. 3. Geotextile mesh 1.5cm. 4. Extruded polystyrene. 5. Bituminous waterproofing sheet 1.5cm. 6. Plant substrate e/ 15 -20cm. 7. Ø 1.5cm drip. 8. 7x7cm L profile galvanized steel. 9. Reinforced concrete wall, 30 cm thick. 10. Doussie wood indoor coating e/ 1.5cm. 11. Batten pine for coating support 15x5cm. 12. Plaster trim 1.5cm thick. 13. 30x15x7 large format brick sheet, DOBON Y CIA, SA 14. Half foot solid brick sheet, DOBON Y CIA, SA 15. Repellent mortar plastering e/ 1.5cm. 16. Rubber waterproof paint fiberglass. 17. Air chamber e/ 5cm. 18. Local stone cladding e/ 15cm with recessed joint. 19. Drain pipe Ø120 PVC. 20. Compacted gravel. 21. 5x5cm U profile galvanized steel façade joint between vertical and horizontal elements. 22. Doussie wood finish e/ 1.5cm colourless solution treated with synthetic resins and active compounds. 23. Doussie woodwork e/ 7.5cm with galvanized steel rolling. 24. Woodworks Preframe for bent sheet metal and galvanized steel / 1.5mm. 25. Double sheet of tempered glass with air chamber 4/16/6. 26. Recess created in formwork and placement of thermal insulation sub frame. 27. U-profile galvanized steel for the top of the wall facade and cornice joint. 28. Pitching gravel. 29. Reinforced concrete floor, 15 cm thick. 30. Micro cement floor with dark tint e/ 5cm 31. Reinforced concrete footings on blinding concrete layer. 32. Doussie wood baseboard 1.5 cm thick and 7.5 cm in height. 33. Joint between wooden facade and stone base plate galvanized steel bent e/1.5mm. 34. Doussie wood sliding outside finish, custom built. Two panels of 1.5 cm thick and 4 cm air chamber inside and carpentry e/ 7.5cm with galvanized steel sliding device. Treated with synthetic resins and active compounds. 35. Fixed outside finish doussie wood custom built. Two panels of 1.5 cm thick and filled with 4cm thick extruded polystyrene and carpentry e/7.5cm fixed. Treated with synthetic resins and active compounds. 36. Guide doussie wood joinery custom built with galvanized steel protection to prevent grease and facilitate sliding. 38. 10x10cm batten pine siding to support. 39. Exterior finish doussie wood 2cm thick synthetic resin treatment and active compounds. 40. 10x10cm U-profile galvanized steel board for the woodwork and facades. 41. DM board 50x2cm. 42. Reinforced concrete beam 50x30 with Ø8 skin trusses and Ø10 -12 in active reinforcements. 43. Doussie wood facade. 44. Inner tube 20 cm. 45. Doussie wood finish 4cm thick slats with synthetic resin treatment and active compounds. Separation of 2cm to evacuate rainwater. 46. Support based finish wood slats 4x4 cm with waterproof treatment. 47. Pillar HA round Ø30 cm with Ø8 skin trusses and Ø10-12 in active reinforcements. 48. Doussie wood Carpentry fixed e / 7.5cm. 49. Reinforced concrete square pillar 30cm thick. 50. Plasterboard partition e/ 12cm stuffed with insulation. Finish plaster. 51. Galvanized steel sheet filled with gravel. 52. Hollow wood door panelling 5cm thick doussie. 53. 5x12cm wooden sub frame. 54. Doussie wooden sliding door e/ 1cm on aluminium guide closets. 55. Midfoot wall sheet made of simple brick for enclosure. 56. Floor tiles 15x15cm slab of black colour and matte finish. 57. Doussie wooden slat of 5 x 15 cm. 58. Tubular stainless steel with brushed finish Ø20mm screwed to floor and ceiling for holding the slats. 59. Window galvanized steel core joinery and coated wood matte finish with translucent glass hinged superiorly. 60. Ø80mm PVC downspout rainwater evacuation cover. 61. PVC Sink 20x10 cm with anti-jam. 62. Biomasa Boiler TATANO. 63. SAX Radiador Piano 500. 64. ACS Accumulator A Quawin. 65. Galvanized steel facade crowning 1 cm thick. 66. Water flashing made from galvanized steel bent sheet e/ 3mm. 67. 30x20cm reinforced concrete beam on blinding concrete.


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Two panels of 1.5 cm thick with 4 cm air chamber inside. Carpentry e/ 7.5cm with galvanized steel sliding frame.

Two panels of 1.5 cm thick filled with 4cm thick extruded polystyrene. Carpentry e/7.5cm fixed.

Treated with synthetic resins and active compounds.

Treated with synthetic resins and active compounds..

Double sheet of tempered glass with air chamber 08/08/16. Carpentry of doussie wood e/ 7.5cm with galvanized steel sliding frame. Double sheet of tempered glass with air chamber 08/08/16.

Custom doussie wood built sliding canopy.

Custom doussie wood built fixed canopy.

Sliding window.


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1. Reinforced concrete slab, 30 cm thick. 2. Slope forming layer thickness 10 -5cm. 3. Geotextile mesh 1.5cm. 4. Extruded polystyrene. 5. Bituminous waterproofing sheet 1.5cm. 6. Plant substrate e/ 15 -20cm. 7. Ø 1.5cm drip. 8. 7x7cm L profile galvanized steel. 9. Reinforced concrete wall, 30 cm thick. 10. Doussie wood indoor coating e/ 1.5cm. 11. Batten pine for coating support 15x5cm. 12. Plaster trim 1.5cm thick. 13. 30x15x7 large format brick sheet, DOBON Y CIA, SA 14. Half foot solid brick sheet, DOBON Y CIA, SA 15. Repellent mortar plastering e/ 1.5cm. 16. Rubber waterproof paint fiberglass. 17. Air chamber e/ 5cm. 18. Local stone cladding e/ 15cm with recessed joint. 19. Drain pipe Ø120 PVC. 20. Compacted gravel. 21. 5x5cm U profile galvanized steel façade joint between vertical and horizontal elements.

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22. Doussie wood finish e/ 1.5cm colourless solution treated with synthetic resins and active compounds. 23. Doussie woodwork e/ 7.5cm with galvanized steel rolling. 24. Preframe of bent galvanized steel sheet e/ 1.5mm. 25. Double sheet of tempered glass with air chamber 4/16/6. 26. Recess created in formwork and placement of thermal insulation sub frame. 27. U-profile galvanized steel for the top of the wall facade and cornice joint. 28. Pitching gravel. 29. Reinforced concrete floor, 15 cm thick. 30. Micro cement floor with dark tint e/ 5cm 31. Reinforced concrete footings on blinding concrete layer. 32. Doussie wood baseboard 1.5 cm thick and 7.5 cm in height. 33. Joint between wooden facade and stone base plate galvanized steel bent e/1.5mm. 34. Doussie wood sliding outside finish, custom built. Two panels of 1.5 cm thick and 4 cm air chamber inside and carpentry e/ 7.5cm with galvanized steel sliding device. Treated with synthetic resins and active compounds. 35. Fixed outside finish doussie wood custom built. Two panels of 1.5 cm thick and filled with 4cm thick extruded polystyrene and carpentry e/7.5cm fixed. Treated with synthetic resins and active compounds. 36. Guide doussie wood joinery custom built with galvanized steel protection

Diffuse illumintation

to prevent grease and facilitate sliding. 38. 10x10cm batten pine siding to support. 39. Exterior finish doussie wood 2cm thick synthetic resin treatment and active compounds. 40. 10x10cm U-profile galvanized steel board for the woodwork and facades. 41. DM board 50x2cm. 42. Reinforced concrete beam 50x30 with Ø8 skin trusses and Ø10 -12 in active reinforcements. 43. Doussie wood facade. 44. Inner tube 20 cm. 45. Doussie wood finish 4cm thick slats with synthetic resin treatment and active compounds. Separation of 2cm to evacuate rainwater. 46. Support based finish wood slats 4x4 cm with waterproof treatment. 47. Reinforced concrete round pillar HA round Ø30 cm with Ø8 skin trusses and Ø10-12 in active reinforcements. 48. Doussie wood Carpentry fixed e / 7.5cm. 49. Reinforced concrete square pillar 30cm thick. 50. Plasterboard partition e/ 12cm stuffed with insulation. Finish plaster. 51. Galvanized steel sheet filled with gravel. 52. Hollow wood door panelling 5cm thick doussie. 53. 5x12cm wooden sub frame. 54. Doussie wooden sliding door e/ 1cm on aluminium guide.


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55. Midfoot wall sheet made of simple brick for enclosure. 56. Floor tiles 15x15cm slab of black colour and matte finish. 57. Doussie wooden slat of 5 x 15 cm. 58. Tubular stainless steel with brushed finish Ă˜20mm screwed to floor and ceiling for holding the slats. 59. Window galvanized steel core joinery and coated wood matte finish with translucent glass hinged superiorly. 60. Ă˜80mm PVC downspout rainwater evacuation cover. 61. PVC Sink 20x10 cm with anti-jam. 62. Biomasa Boiler TATANO. 63. SAX Radiador Piano 500. 64. ACS Accumulator A Quawin. 65. Galvanized steel facade crowning 1 cm thick. 66. Water flashing made from galvanized steel bent sheet e/ 3mm. 67. 30x20cm reinforced concrete beam on blinding concrete. 68. 30x20cm galvanized steel gutter with grid. 69. Prefabricated concrete socket for ground. 70. Double translucent sheet of tempered glass with air chamber 4/16/6. 71. IGuzzini LED ceiling recessed luminaire M835 X26. 72. SONIA LED luminaire 65mm F08. 73. ONA luminaire model HL Naiara with two wire black and white porcelain E27 lamp.

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Jรกnovas inhabitants during the town festival.


A Final Degree Project in Architecture consists on around fifty A1 sheets. The intention of this amount is to deliver a document that allows the concept to be build. Thus, the students prove they know how to go from the concept to the materiality. The architecture is not only conceived as sole but together with structural calculation, construction design and installation planning. My project was successfully delivered in June 2013 thanks to the guiding of the aragonese architect Carlos Labarta AizpĂşn.

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// DRAWINGS/ 3


The first years in the Architecture School is mandatory to acquire hand-drawing representation skills. The goal is to make the relationship between the brain and the hand flow. Once this relationship is established the hand acts faster than the brain. This helps in the architectural discourse. In the following pages are some examples of my non-academical work developed during my holidays It goes from floor plans and elevations to perspective and isometric. Each drawing is based on a geometrical-based wireframe that holds all the detail. Once the first part is accomplished is taken to a calc sheet to remove the drawing calculations. Then is copied to the final support to render the ambience by hand with several techniques.

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Roofplan. House in GorrĂĄitz, Pamplona. Architect: Maite ApezteguĂ­a. Grapphite, comte crayon, dither technique. Ingres paper 100x70.


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Second Floor. House in GorrĂĄitz, Pamplona. Architect: Maite ApezteguĂ­a. Grapphite, comte crayon, dither technique. Ingres paper 100x70.


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First Floor. House in GorrĂĄitz, Pamplona. Architect: Maite ApezteguĂ­a. Grapphite, comte crayon, dither technique. Ingres paper 100x70.


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Ground Floor. House in GorrĂĄitz, Pamplona. Architect: Maite ApezteguĂ­a. Grapphite, comte crayon, dither technique. Ingres paper 100x70.


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Elevation. House in GorrĂĄitz, Pamplona.. Architect: Maite ApezteguĂ­a. Grapphite, comte crayon, dither technique. Ingres paper 100x70.


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Elevation. House in GorrĂĄitz, Pamplona. Architect: Maite ApezteguĂ­a. Grapphite, comte crayon, dither technique. Ingres paper 100x70.


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Section. House in GorrĂĄitz, Pamplona. Architect: Maite ApezteguĂ­a. Grapphite, comte crayon, dither technique. Ingres paper 100x70.


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Section. House in GorrĂĄitz, Pamplona. Architect: Maite ApezteguĂ­a. Grapphite, comte crayon, dither technique. Ingres paper 100x70.


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Perspective. House in GorrĂĄitz, Pamplona. Architect: Maite ApezteguĂ­a. Grapphite, comte crayon, dither technique. Ingres paper 100x70.


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Perspective. Theology building in Pamplona. Grapphite, comte crayon, dither technique. Ingres paper 100x70.


// ARCHITECTURAL VISUALIZATION WORK/ 4


My interest on the 3d representation as a hobby led me to spend a lot of time rendering the architectural visualizations of my colleagues. The works usually comprehended modelling in AutoCAD and then took it to 3D Studio MAX. After the composition, the materials and the lighting are made and at that point it is time for postproduction. During these years I’ve been using my experience to teach. I briefly showed my students some photographic skills to get the more balanced image possible. They know the Rule of Thirds and the importance in controlling the vanishing point aberrations. Otherwise the final result may be compromised. My architectural visualizations are the application of my teachings.

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Case Study House Assignment Noelia Intriago. 2009. Modeling, rendering and postproduction.


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Case Study House Assignment Noelia Intriago. 2009. Modeling, rendering and postproduction.


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My colleague テ]gel Fuertes Vallテゥs made his Final Project a year before I did. During these years of friendship and working together we got to know the aesthetical requirements of each other. So he asked me to visualize his work. He is now devoted to the music, former vocalist of the band Pete Bombastic, is now exploring his most electronic side with Belize.

O Complex. Parking, pilgrim hostel and swimmin pool. テ]gel Fuertes Vallテゥs. 2012. Rendering and postproduction.

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Theatre summer school in San Cristテウbal. Javier Martテュnez テ」ila. 2010. Modeling, rendering and postproduction.


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Case Study House Assignment. JosĂŠ JoaquĂ­n de Bethencourt. 2010. Modeling, rendering and postproduction.


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Cultural Center in Ezkaba. Josテゥ Joaquテュn de Bethencourt. 2012. Rendering and postproduction.

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Faculty Club in the university campus Javier Martテュnez テ」ila. 2012. Modeling, rendering and postproduction.


Exhibition center in Pamplona. Josテゥ Joaquテュn de Bethencourt. 2010. Modeling, rendering and postproduction.

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Postproduction Class Assingment. Javier Martテュnez テ」ila. 2009. Modeling, rendering and postproduction.


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Architectural restoration of an old barn. Pablo Fuertes VallĂŠs. 2012. Rendering and postproduction.


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Natui is a cultural magazine started in 2011 by the storyteller BelÊn Torregrosa. It was the public face for a familiar palm tree business placed on Alicante (Spain). NATUI’S job was to create attraction in the new media to the farming traditional industry. The goal was achieved and the site became independent from its sponsor. I was chosen to make the new design. The requirement was to make a clear layout and also create a booklet with analysis of some actual examples. In the document I created the user experience as explained.

Welcome page.

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A Glimpse Ahead is the result of an internship carried out during the summer months in Gemeente Amsterdam in Dienst Ruimtelijke Ordening (dRO). The work is a fifty-page booklet FOR internal use BY officials of the urban development area. We have studied in detail the characteristics of two plots in Amstel III area, near Bijlmer, abandoned by the 2010 crisis of office property market. We proposed solutions on the new uses that could occur in a place with so many possibilities. Supported by similar cases that were done urban surgery successful. At the end, the work is a reflection on the transformative power of new media such as the case of Barcelona and its ancient industrial port area renamed as BCN@22. Achieving great architectural success and new business locations for TV companies and internet startups. The project was developed by me with the observations of Roy Berents and the architects Antonia Nieto Diaz and Paco Bunnik.

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Quel is a neighbourhood of wineries located in the countryside of La Rioja. As the entire region is full of this kind of traditional interventions in which families spent the weekend making his homemade wine. Nowadays, large cooperatives have been taking the production elsewhere and they have left this unique architecture. The city hall held a competition among schools of architecture. The winners would be added to a book entitled The neighbourhoods of wineries: The soul of La Rioja where experts would make an interpretation of their origin, past and possible future of the rare traditional and custom made interventions. In 2010, my team won the competition with nine other participants. Our project consisted of a hotel-character new intervention that connected the wineries by the back. So, we did not change the traditional character of the area but hidden intensively intervened to give it a new use. We were eight students of ETSAUN: Beatriz Contreras Gurruchaga , Carlos Gomez de Iturriaga , Jose L. Romero Carrión, Marta Ruíz Peñas, Andrea Sainz Santos, Isabel Santos Lupiañez, Jorge Velasco Rodriguez and me. We were directed by the architect Prof. Miguel Ángel Alonso del Val of AH Associates.

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Thanks to my parents, to my aunt Victoria and her family and Bart.



Javier Martínez Ávila, portfolio 2013