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JORGE I. NEVE ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO

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JORGE NEVE +1 (805) 3054222 +52 1 442 131 7746 jnevealv@calpoly.edu jnevealv@gmail.com Portfolio: https://goo.gl/8F3Ytw

EDUCATION Bachelor of Architecture International Exchange program | California Polytechnic State University. San Luis Obispo, CA.

June 2016

Bachelor of Architecture | Instituto Tecnologico de Estudios

Superiores de Monterrey (ITESM)

AWARDS + COMPETITIONS

Best undergraduate thesis. Jury: Todd Palmer, Andrew Balster, Rafael Martinez (Frame by Frame)

December 2017

Participation in Chicago Architecture Biennial (Betweenness)

Queretaro, Mexico

December 2017

Architecture Precollege | California College of the Arts. Oakland, CA.

Summer 2012

September 2017

Participation in 120 Hours Competition (The Way of the Buyi)

March 2017

Participation in Grupo Momentum Conceptual Design Competition April 2015

1st Place on multidisciplinary project (History, Math and Arts) Muralism: Mexico’s 200th Independence anniversary

December 2010

TECHNICAL + LANGUAGE SKILLS Hand drafting Archicad Autocad Revit Photoshop Illustrator InDesign Grasshopper Lumion Rhinoceros Sketchup

EXPERIENCE Remodel Design | Freelance Summer 2017 - Fall 2017 | Los Angeles, CA.

Architectural proposal for a remodel of a house.

Architecture intern + Principal Architect’s Support | H&K Architects Summer 2016 - Winter 2016 | Atascadero, CA.

Produced Architectural Drawings,Technical drawings and organized Material Schedules. Involvement in multiple projects.

Travel agent and assistant | ZAFIRO TOURS Fall 2014 - Summer 2015 | Queretaro Mexico

Active customer service and service providers. In charge of ticket sales and collection.

Apprentice and assistant | C&M SIGN Summer 2014 | Bedford Hills, NY.

Assistant in design, fabrication, site analysis and sign placement.

Spanish English French

Driver, Assistant | ETUALSA

Fall 2012 - Summer 2013 | Queretaro, Mexico

LEADERSHIP + INVOLVEMENT

In charge of local distribution, reception and shipping orders.

Community Service. Involved in the design of cattle raising spaces, Queretaro, Mexico. 2017

Cashier | JUGUETRON

Volunteer as construction worker in Taller Activo, Queretaro, Mexico. 2014 Volunteer as teacher at city’s library Queretaro, Mexico. 2015 Volunteer at SECAP, Queretaro Mexico. 2011 First Aid and CPR certified by Red Cross North Carolina. 2010

Winter 2011 | Queretaro, Mexico

Customer service, payment and cashier duties. Reception and stock arrangement.

Summer CIT | CAMP TIMBERLAKE Summer 2010 | Black Mountain, NC.

Responsible of children 7 – 15 years old Assistant in multiple outdoor activities, and maintenance.


C O N T ENTS C CULTURAL 

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PROJECT: CULTURAL CENTER  LOCATION: QUERETARO, MEXICO  DATE: FALL 2014 

PROJECT: EDUCATION (Classrooms + Housing)  LOCATION: PIEDRAS ENCIMADAS, MEXICO  DATE: SPRING 2015 

PROJECT: CULTURAL CENTER  LOCATION: ADDIS ABABA, AFRICA  DATE: FALL 2015 

VENTURA ARTS CENTER 11 PROJECT: MIXED USE ARTS CENTER (Integrated Design Studio) LOCATION: VENTURA, CALIFORNIA DATE: WINTER 2016

BROAD AND BRANCH

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PROJECT: MIXED USE (RESIDENTIAL, COMMERCIAL) (Integrated Design Studio) LOCATION: SAN LUIS OBISPO, CALIFORNIA DATE: SPRING 2016

FRAME BY FRAME

PROJECT: THESIS PROJECT (Integrated Design Competition) LOCATION: SANTA MARIA ATZOMPA, OAXACA, MEXICO

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DATE: FALL 2017

120 HOURS COMPETITION (THE WAY OF THE BUYI)

PROJECT: MIXED USE ARTS CENTER (Integrated Design Competition) LOCATION: PUAN CITY, GUIYANG, CHINA DATE: WINTER 2017

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C CULTURAL PROJECT: CULTURAL CENTER | LOCATION: QUERETARO, MEXICO | DATE: FALL 2014 COLLABORATION: JORGE NEVE + YETZI TAFOYA + KARLA CASAS


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PLANTA CONJUNTO El Porvenir

El Porvenir

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Tienda de Libros Souvenirs

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Biblioteca Infantil

Cuarto Eléctrico y de Máquinas Comedor + Baños empleados

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VESTÍBULO .Centro de Contro .Información sube

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Pasaje de Instalaciones temporales Literatura General +Lectura Abuelos

Área de trabajo tipo ruido

Bodega Baño

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Literatura General +Lectura Abuelos

Bodega Baño

Mobiliario de Espera + mini galeria

Lockers+ Guardarropa Bodega Baño

Mobiliario de Espera + mini galeria

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Administración +Bodega

Jardín interior

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Zona de Talleres y Salones

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Biblioteca por Tema

Observatorio Estrellas Terraza de trabajo

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Vicente Villasana -

Salón de usos múltiples ( Conciertos de barrio, muestra de talentos,

Vestíbulo Núcleo del proyecto de donde se da el punto de partida a cualquiera de

las actividades disponibles en el centro cultural , así como punto de seguridad.

Parque-Plaza (Diseño de paisaje de un parque -plaza que satisface las necesidades

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Café-terraza : Espacio en el que no puedes solo comer si no tener un bello paisaje mientras

tomas un café y lees un libro o mientras vigilas a los niños desde la doble altura y la conexión

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- Tienda : Diseñado para la venta de libros, objetos didácticos, juegos interactivos

y deseos del barrio.Funge como carta de presentación del proyecto.

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para complementar el recorrido del centro cultural .

retiene una gran importancia debido a todo lo que involucra la cultura de la lectura y valores

que hay con la biblioteca infantil .

Biblioteca Infantil : De los espacios más grandes del centro , pensado en doble altura

Vicente Villasana

- Jardín Interior : Mini parque interior que trata de eliminar las barreras entre pensar que se esta

- Galería de Arte : Cuadro de cristal como atractivo visual y cultural , invita a la gente a

- Sala literatura general : Primer contacto con una sala de “biblioteca” que pretende

talleres teóricos de temas de interés de la comunidad , etc.

de pequeños y además de la interacción que se puede llevar a cabo con otros sectures de la población

en un último piso mediante la introducción de elementos verdes .Además de conjugarse con la funcion de cafetería

conocer las exposiciones temporales de cada mes.

- Bodega : Con una parte de doble altura y una conexión a el siguiente

ser bastante atractiva con su doble altura y conexión al siguiente nivel , además de que

- Zona de Talleres : Espacio adaptado que pretende ser un lugar manual de desarrollo

directamente relacionados con los más pequeños.

- Área de Trabajo con terraza : Espacio libre dispuesto para actividades desde la realización de trabajos - tareas hasta

se llevan a cabo actividades como lectura con abuelos .

- Biblioteca por Tema : Biblioteca especializada por temas cuenta con sillones-librero, haciendo de

para ver películas. Tiene una conexión directa a una terraza que es continuidad de este espacio dando la posibilidad de

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a la administración y otra más almacenamiento -nivelBodega : Con una parte dezona dobledealtura y una conexión a el siguiente

de proyectos de la comunidad así como de autoenseñanza entre la población

nivel a la administración y otra zona de más almacenamiento

- Administración + Bodega

un ejemplo de sustentabilidad y sus monitoreos.

de doble altura , acceso para camion de descarga.

- Observatorio de estrellas

- Parque Vicente V. Entrada del otro extremo del centro cultural , recibiendo con un pequeño

sin colindancias funge como lugar perfecto para realizar un viaje a las constelaciones por medio de telescopios adaptados

parque que conecta a los demás ., donde se cuenta con bicicletas que generan parte de la energía del edificio.

casi a nivel de piso de manera que se pueda realizar la actividad acostado.

- Área Tecnológica

interior + Exterior Views

La mayor parte de la energía del edificio además de un calentador solar que dota de agua caliente el área de la cocina .

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C CULTURAL is based on the idea of bringing the community together by a cultural program in Av. Felipe Angeles. It brings together a segregated society based on the interests, ages, and needs. The project involves different cultural activities for many social groups and offers the users a cultural center with a library, cafe, gallery space, classrooms, working/studying areas and plazas open to the street. The combination of materials, bioclimatic design, passive and active systems, make the building an environmentally friendly construction.

estar dentro o fuera.

este espacio algo fuera de lo convencional pero atractivo .

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Pasaje del arte + Terraza

Exposiciones


STACKED PROJECT: EDUCATION CENTER | LOCATION: PIEDRAS ENCIMADAS, PUEBLA, MEXICO

| DATE: WINTER 2015


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STACKED is born out of the composition created by the rocks and topography of the site. The relationship between the valley and the building makes a unique composition that can only be placed on this specific site due to the elements that assemble the piece.

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Stacked is a self-sufficient community providing education related to the outdoors, micro-agriculture for self-consumption (rural and urban environments) and recreational activities that can be performed on most open spaces.

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LEVEL 0 LEVEL 3: GARDEN LEVEL 2: CLASSES, GARDENS LEVEL 1: CLASSROOMS, ENTRANCE, COMMONS LEVEL 0: DORMS, ENTRANCE, STORAGE

Floorplans + Exterior View Early sketches + Spatial Relationships

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351 CULTURAL PLATFORM PROJECT: CULTURAL CENTER | LOCATION: ADDIS ABABA, AFRICA

| DATE: FALL 2015


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351 CULTURAL PLATFORM Is a concept-driven project that focuses on the transformation of cultures. The intent is to show a part of this change and be an active part of today’s cultural transformation.

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VENTURA ARTS CENTER PROJECT: MIXED-USE, ARTS CENTER | LOCATION: VENTURA, CA | DATE: WINTER 2016 COLLABORATION: JORGE NEVE + NICK FOLEY + JOSE QUINTERO


The city of Ventura was separated from one of its most important assets when the Route 101 was constructed between the city and the sea. Envisioned as a multipurpose project, VENTURA ARTS CENTER connects the city to the sea with a new city icon that offers new possibilities. Revitalization of the area, cultural and social integration, business opportunities appear at the same time that “new land� is created to forget about the great divider underneath. The project considered all structural aspects, materials and design constraints with 4th-year ARCE students.


CIRCULATION The existing circulation is a design constraint and an opportunity that shapes where the building can have a more open connection to the city.

ACCESSIBILITY The multiple access points in the project help a more varied and constant flow of users in and out of the building. The possibility of closing any access point when the building is not in use helps maintain the project clean and safe.

CONNECTIVITY The connectivity to different parts of the city is achieved through the openings found on California Street and Thompson Blvd, including other elements like the Ventura View Line. Museum Admin + Offices Retail Space .Lobby

.City Exhibition .Surf Exhibition .Arts Exhibition .Bridges + Connections

Theater Black Box Theater .Main Theater

.Back Stage .Rehearsal Space

Amphitheater Dual plazas retail Enclosed Retail

PROGRAM


INTERIOR (MUSEUM)

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Natural light and ventilation share the same roof/ceiling system. Resembling wave movement, the light is reflected to the interior of the museum and the hot air is pushed out through the controlled openings. Hanging colored panels illuminate for a facade visual change as the sunlight hits them and protect the interior from extreme illumination and heat. Sea appreciation is a key element of the project, having the Ventura Vie Line, previously the on-ramp, as a pedestrian/ bike route, allows for visual connections to be physically achieved. The city and surf exhibitions take advantage of the views offered by the building.

LEVEL +2

Glass reflective surface Sarnafil S&G Membrane Thermal Insulation Membrane. Vapor Barrier Decking board Ceiling Void: Sprinkler pipes, Lighting W12 x 19 Acoustic Ceiling. TechZone WoodWorks - 6519W1

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EXTERIOR PLAZA (MUSEUM)


BROAD AND BRANCH PROJECT: MIXED-USE (RESIDENTIAL, COMMERCIAL) | LOCATION: SAN LUIS OBISPO, CA | DATE: SPRING 2016

COLLABORATION: JORGE NEVE + ANGELICA QUACH


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INDOOR / OUTDOOR RELATIONSHIPS Diverse neighborhoods surrounding the area, the historical background and the current needs of the city, set the design parameters for the program. Addressing the needs, the project opens itself to the city with the main courtyard. The residential units, each with a private balcony/terrace, and the light/ air openings between units give an original and irregular look to the facade. The use of industrial materials and dynamic open shape encourages a more diverse audience and activities.

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Accessibility

Courtyard

The project has multiple staircases and elevators that efficiently connect most of the units directly with an amenity.

Four different entrances connect Broad and Branch, making it an open, accessible and desirable project to visit.

A central courtyard becomes the heart of the project, turning it into one of the most active and interesting space for everyone in the complex.

The project considered all structural aspects, materials and design constraints with 4th-year ARCE students.

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Mechanical parking is cars on the Branch enopen bike parking space the side of Broad street.

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View Axis

The buildings have separations between each unit, resulting in a more open, illuminated well-ventilated and dynamic project.

Every unit in the building has the option of amazing views of the city, not even the interior of the project prevents the users to enjoy the view.

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Office B

Outdoor Seating Restaurant A Restaurant / Cafe

Office C

Outdoor Seating

Outdoor Seating

Trash Collection

Parking Exit

Parking Entrance

Convenience Store

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Level 1 3/64" = 1'-0"

Level 1 Floor Plan

LEVEL 1

Scale: 3/64" = 1'-0" Angelica Quach + Jorge Neve

LEVEL 2

L Floo Scale: 3/64"

Angelica Quach + Jo

L Floo

Level 3 Unnamed

LEVEL 3 The proposal strives to fulfill pre-established goals: Provide open spaces for the residential units • Bring natural light inside the buildings. • Hide the parking garage. • Create an interior courtyard. • Open the buildings to the surroundings with terraces, balconies and roof gardens.

Scale: 3/64" = 1'-0" Angelica Quach + Jorge Neve

LEVEL 4

The selection criterion for structure considered the compatibility of lateral - gravity systems, seismic performance, cost, building program, the historic relevance of materials, maintenance, sustainability and overall design. CFS cold-formed steel. Metal studs. Sure-board. Concrete.

VIDEO: https://vimeo.com/169293499 SUPPORTING DOCUMENTATION: http://digitalcommons.calpoly.edu/arcesp/13

Scale: 3/64"

Angelica Quach + Jo


FRAME BY FRAME PROJECT: THESIS PROJECT (TERRIRORIAL SCALE) | LOCATION: SANTA MARIA ATZOMPA, OAXACA | DATE: FALL 2017

COLLABORATION: JORGE NEVE + ARMANDO QUINTANA


CLEAN WATER TOURISM

QUARRY HEALING WATER COLECTION COMPOST MUSEUM

LOCAL QUOTIDIANITY

POTTERY LEARNIG CENTER FOOD CENTER POTTERY SHOWROOM RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT TEMPORARY RESIDENCES CLAY COLLECTION

SOIL HEALING

CLAY TRANSPORTATION CLAY MOLDING POTTERY WORKSHOP POTTERY SALES POTTERY FIRING

DENIAL ANd REWARD

maximum height

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PaTHS and routes

VERNACULAR WISDOM

Routes and paths as an active connector of the project allow for an assortment of sensations during the visit and progression of users through the project. Involving the exterior and natural elements articulates the project with the context.

Materiality comes from the vernacular and traditional decisions that the architectural language of Atzompa shows on the small, medium and large scale buildings.

Architecture has been giving the pragmatic solutions to evident and in evident problems. We first need to understand the capabilities and possibilities that architecture has in every specific project. Santa Maria Atzompa beholds the challenge of developers using the land needed for clay production, an activity from which the whole town depends on, the solution of creating “more earth� is beyond architecture. It is the same architecture the one capable of making the situation once invisible, visible.

The idea of desire comes from the visual connection that the user has with the object. Hiding the architectural piece and then revealing it to the user as a form of reward through the journey.

Local architecture throughout the city maintains uniformity through different construction and design decisions. Most of the built structures fall on the 1 or 2 story height buildings. Limiting the number of stories to the city average we keep an architectural and scale relation to the context.

program guides you through the site

INTERIOR / EXTERIOR RELAtIONSHIPS

The outline of functions seamlessly tour the occupants through the project as they take action on the different programmatic alternatives that the project has to offer.

The interior and exterior relationships work in an integrated manner. The interior and exterior cannot exist in this project without each other. The exterior works as part of the programmatic functions and as the incorporated link of the program and site.

SCALE

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MULTIPLE USERS MULTIPLE ACTIVITIES

Allocation of the pieces is based on the understanding of the site. The existing vegetation and land conditions are in a way, the first history. Land, mountains, geography, is the preexistence that we often forget about. This project makes it evident.

The scale of the project is distributed through a series of architectural pieces that connect with the immediate environment and bring the landscape as an active element and articulation of the design.

Aiming for a diverse architectural program, an opportunity arises to get a different array of users. The temporality of each user group, favors the distinctiveness of activities and atmosphere variation.


CANTEEN

OPEN REST AREA

SHOWROOM

OFFICE

COMMUNITY ROOM

TEMPORARY RESIDENCES

RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT

CLAY DEPOSIT

WORKSHOP

VIEWPOINT m2

12

Y

30

Z USER CAPACITY

ARTISAN

3/5

SOUND PROOFING

3/5

PERMEABILITY ABOVE GROUND GROUND LEVEL UNDER GROUND ENTRANCES INDOOR / OUTDOOR

CLAY DEALER

PRIVATE / PUBLIC ORIENTATION HUMIDITY NATURAL VENTILATION

RANDOM TOURIST

6 8

LIGHTING NEEDS

STORIES

COMMUNITY LEADER

300

X

MATERIALITY + STRUCTURE

2 1/3 X X X 2 I PRIVATE SE 1 3 PIGMENTED CONCRETE

INTERESTED TOURIST ATZOMPA SCHOOL KID

m2

54

X

6

Y

9

Z

RESEARCHER

USER CAPACITY

4/5

SOUND PROOFING

5/5

STORIES

CANTEEN’S COOK

PERMEABILITY ABOVE GROUND GROUND LEVEL UNDER GROUND ENTRANCES

POTTERY BUYER

INDOOR / OUTDOOR PRIVATE / PUBLIC ORIENTATION HUMIDITY

UNIVERSITY STUDENTS

5

LIGHTING NEEDS

NATURAL VENTILATION MATERIALITY + STRUCTURE

3 1/3 X X X 2 I PUBLIC SE 1 2 RAMMED EARTH

GEOLOGIST

ATZOMPA ELDER

m2

SINGLE MOM

21

Y

18

Z USER CAPACITY LIGHTING NEEDS SOUND PROOFING

INTERNATIONAL ARTIST

STORIES PERMEABILITY ABOVE GROUND GROUND LEVEL UNDER GROUND ENTRANCES INDOOR / OUTDOOR PRIVATE / PUBLIC ORIENTATION HUMIDITY NATURAL VENTILATION

COMMUNITY ROOM

MATERIALITY + STRUCTURE

MUSEUM

350

X

3 10 4/5 2/5 1 3/3 X 1 O PUBLIC N/A 3 3 RAMMED EARTH

OPEN REST AREA

KILN

CANTEEN

WORKSHOP

CLAY DEPOSIT

m2

54

Y

212

Z

DINNING

OFFICE

SHOWROOM

RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT

RESIDENCES

PARKING ARTISANS PARKNG

VIEW POINT

3

USER CAPACITY

10

LIGHTING NEEDS

1/5

SOUND PROOFING

1/5

STORIES PERMEABILITY ABOVE GROUND GROUND LEVEL UNDER GROUND ENTRANCES INDOOR / OUTDOOR PRIVATE / PUBLIC ORIENTATION HUMIDITY NATURAL VENTILATION MATERIALITY + STRUCTURE

m2 X

2 3/3 X X 2 O PUBLIC N/A 2 1 PIGMENTED CONCRETE

81 9

Y

9

Z

21

USER CAPACITY

50

LIGHTING NEEDS

N/A

SOUND PROOFING

N/A

STORIES PERMEABILITY

PUBLIC PARK

550

X

ABOVE GROUND GROUND LEVEL UNDER GROUND ENTRANCES INDOOR / OUTDOOR PRIVATE / PUBLIC ORIENTATION HUMIDITY NATURAL VENTILATION MATERIALITY + STRUCTURE

5 3/3 X X 2 O PUBLIC N/A 3 3 STEEL + WOOD


m2 X Y Z

36 6 6 6

USER CAPACITY

40

LIGHTING NEEDS

5/5

SOUND PROOFING

3/5

STORIES PERMEABILITY ABOVE GROUND GROUND LEVEL UNDER GROUND ENTRANCES INDOOR / OUTDOOR PRIVATE / PUBLIC ORIENTATION HUMIDITY NATURAL VENTILATION MATERIALITY + STRUCTURE

2 2/3 X X 2 I PUBLIC E 2 1 PIGMENTED CONCRETE

m2

20

X

6

Y Z USER CAPACITY

3 3 5

LIGHTING NEEDS

4/5

SOUND PROOFING

3/5

STORIES PERMEABILITY ABOVE GROUND GROUND LEVEL UNDER GROUND ENTRANCES INDOOR / OUTDOOR PRIVATE / PUBLIC ORIENTATION HUMIDITY NATURAL VENTILATION MATERIALITY + STRUCTURE

m2

1 1/3 X 1 I PUBLIC E 2 3 WOOD

2000

X Y Z USER CAPACITY

160

LIGHTING NEEDS

5/5

SOUND PROOFING STORIES PERMEABILITY ABOVE GROUND GROUND LEVEL UNDER GROUND ENTRANCES INDOOR / OUTDOOR PRIVATE / PUBLIC ORIENTATION HUMIDITY NATURAL VENTILATION MATERIALITY + STRUCTURE

m2 X Y Z

1/5 1 3/3 X X + O PUBLIC N/A 3 3 LANDSCAPE

378 18 21 6

USER CAPACITY

80

LIGHTING NEEDS

4/5

SOUND PROOFING

5/5

STORIES PERMEABILITY ABOVE GROUND GROUND LEVEL UNDER GROUND ENTRANCES INDOOR / OUTDOOR PRIVATE / PUBLIC ORIENTATION HUMIDITY NATURAL VENTILATION MATERIALITY + STRUCTURE

m2 X Y Z

2 2/3 X X X 2 I PRIVATE NE 2 3 PIGMENTED CONCRETE

50 6 12 6

USER CAPACITY

30

LIGHTING NEEDS

4/5

SOUND PROOFING

4/5

STORIES PERMEABILITY ABOVE GROUND GROUND LEVEL UNDER GROUND ENTRANCES INDOOR / OUTDOOR PRIVATE / PUBLIC ORIENTATION HUMIDITY NATURAL VENTILATION MATERIALITY + STRUCTURE

2 2/3 X X 2 I PUBLIC N 1 2 WOOD

We add up the stories of different actors to define the allocation of every piece/story. Every story requires a specific grammar, this translates into specific materiality. Pigmented concrete, rammed earth, or wood. Specific light conditions that show seasonal changes, height constraints as scale references to the context, creating a dialog with the shape of the vernacular in a contemporary manner.


Every frame, every architectural piece is a possibility. Each one with the potential of interactions that connect the users to a desirable future. The pieces become an excuse to visit and better understand the territory under a new lens. We are unsure if Architecture can make new history, but with Architecture we can contribute to the creation of individual stories that lead to a collective history.


120 HOURS COMPETITION THE WAY OF THE BUYI PROJECT: EDUCATIONAL (LIBRARY + CANTEEN) | LOCATION: PUAN CITY, CHINA | DATE: WINTER 2017

COLLABORATION: JORGE NEVE + ARMANDO QUINTANA + PAOLA REYNOSO

Hidden from the school hustle, there is a secret courtyard in a corner of LiangMen School, a place where the limits between didactics and play are blurred. Children learn, as the result of games, experiments, and interactions with literature. The library is not conceived as an archive, but as a vibrant space for knowledge generation and social exchange, curtail to the children’s learning process. The open space is contained by the new buildings, resulting in a new way of relating to the landscape, and build environment, but also broadening the ways the children learn and relate to each other. The library opens to the courtyard, demonstrating that didactics mechanisms shouldn’t be confined to the inside, leading to the creation of a place where open possibilities are inevitable. Local expertise is celebrated, as it is the foundation of the building methods and materials that define the buildings. Linking the past with the future, the traditional Buyi construction is reinterpreted, to leap the next generation towards a brighter future, only they will define.


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