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JOSÃ‰ MANUEL HERRERA BARBALES ARCHITECTURE + LANDSCAPE
SELECTED PROJECTS 2017 - 2019
GUATEMALA - SPAIN (BARCELONA)
JOSĂ‰ MAN U EL HERRERA BARBALES Master in Landscape Architecture Extended ARCHITECTURE
The methodological approach of my studies responds to the awareness of the landscape and environmental intervention that includes different disciplines involved in aesthetic and technical aspects such as landscaping, architecture, urbanization, agriculture and forestry that help the planning and protection of natural resources, guaranteeing the sustainability of its design.
Mobile: (+502) 5466 - 1099 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Adress: 2da. Avenida 45 - 27 zona 12 Monte Maria 1 Birth: Guatemala Date: October 3rd, 1990 Age: 28 years
Spanish ( 100% )
English ( 80%)
10 / 2018 - 05 / 2019 [ 7 months ]
‘ ALDAYJOVER, ARCHITECTURE AND LANDSCAPE ’ Spain, Catalonia - Barcelona [ Landscape Architect: Architectural design + Landscape design + Sofware BIM (Revit) + Architectural Visualization + Design Strategies + Urbanization ]
10 / 2014 - 03 / 2017 [ 3 years ]
‘ PXP ARCHITECTURE&PARTNERS ’ Guatemala, Guatemala City [ Project Architect: Architectural design + Interpretation of plans + Specialist in BIM program (Revit) + Project development + Architectural Visualization ]
03 / 2013 - 11 / 2013 [ 08 months ]
‘ CONSTRUCCIONES CONTEMPORANEAS ’ University practices, Grade Guatemala, Guatemala City - Condo Naranjo [ Work supervisor; Revision of work plans ]
11 / 2012 - 05 / 2014 [ 2 years ]
‘ ALUVER ’ Guatemala, Guatemala City [ Architectural Designer: Design Facades + Budgets + Construction Details
EDUCATIONAL TRAINING 2017 - 2019 [ 2 years ]
‘ POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY OF CATALONIA ’ UPC, Spain, Barcelona Higher Technical School of Architecture [ Master in Landscape Architecture Extended ]
2009 - 2014 [ 5 years ]
‘ RAFAEL LANDIVAR UNIVERSITY ’ URL, Guatemala, Guatemala City [ Degree in Architecture ]
1995 - 2008 [ 13 years ]
‘ LICEO JAVIER SCHOOL ’ Guatemala, Guatemala City [ Pre-primary, Primary and Basic. Bachelor of Science and Letters ]
[ 100% ] [ 100% ] [ 70% ]
Autocad Revit 3D Max
TERRITORIAL ANALYSIS [ 100% ] [ 80% ] [ 80% ]
Photoshop Illustrator InDesign
[ 100% ] [ 100% ] [ 80% ]
Lumion Artlantis Sketchup
80% ] 80% ]
QGIS Global Mapper
2014 P01. P02.
‘ PXP-ARCHITECTURE&PARTNERS + DAVID GARDA TALLER DE ARQUITECTURA ’ Residencial - Multi Unit Housing; Guatemala, Guatemala City. [ Plataforma de Arquitectura ] 01. [ Architizer ] 02. https://www.plataformaarquitectura.cl/cl/796242/m-apartments-pxparchitecture-and-partners-plus-david-garda-taller-de-arquitectura?ad_medium=gallery 02. https://architizer.com/projects/m-apartamentos/ 01.
‘ PXP-ARCHITECTURE&PARTNERS ’ East Office Commercial - Office; Guatemala, Guatemala City. [ Architizer ] 03. 03. https://architizer.com/projects/east-office/
‘ STUDENT PROJECT | 15.45 MINS | ’ Rímini Workshop, The Tourism - Rímini, Emilia-Romagna North Italy [ World Landscape Architecture (WLA) ] 04. 04. https://worldlandscapearchitect.com/student-project-15-45-mins-sathika-jienjaroonsri-zahra-yousefi-pe-
PERSONAL REFERENCES [ ARCHITECT ] CARLOS AUGUSTO BURGOS Tel: [+502] 4128-3743 Shoarq - Guatemala City + Professor Rafael Landivar University E-mail: email@example.com
[ ARCHITECT ] MICHAEL RODRIGUEZ Tel: ( +502 ) 3346-3579 BL Harbert International - Guatemala City + Professor Francisco Marroquín University E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
I N T E R NA T I O N A L R E F E R E N C E S R.01
[ ARCHITECT ] JESÚS ARCOS CORDÓN Tel: ( +34 ) 679-61-62-63 AldayJover Architect and Landscape - Spain, Barcelona E-mail: email@example.com
[ LANDSCAPE AND AGRICULTURAL ENGINEER ] FRANCISCO MESONERO Tel: ( +34 ) 616-92-81-46 AldayJover Architecture and Landscape - Spain, Barcelona E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
M - Apartments
6_‘ PXP-ARCHITECTURE&PARTNERS ’ - M-Apartments architecture | building | BIM system | residential | Guatemala
8_‘ PXP-ARCHITECTURE&PARTNERS ’ - East Office architecture | building | BIM system | office | Guatemala
10_‘ ALDAYJOVER ’ - Los Tres Turons ecology | landscape | biodiversity | park | urban | Barcelona
12_‘ ALDAYJOVER ’ - Rambla del Carmell architecture | landscape | walkway | park | urban | Barcelona
14_‘ THE GREEN SYSTEMS ’ - From the Urban Green to the natural spaces vegetation | landscape | hidrography | management | fire | Vigo, Galicia
16_‘ WATER SYSTEMS ’ - The Coasts, The Rivers, The Agriculture vegetation | landscape | hidrography | river | walks | territory | Spain, Barcelona
18_‘ TOURISM ’ - New uses for Old Territories vegetation | landscape | tourism | river | walks | territory | Italy, Rímini
Architectural Plant ] Architecture - Level 03
Architectural Plant ] Architecture - Level 04
Architectural Plant ] Architecture - Level 05
ARCHITECTURE [ PXParchitecture&Partners ] MONTEBELLO APARTMENTS year: 2014 Residencial Multi Unit Housing
Five-level apartments building, consisting of 5 apartments, one for level that generates a condition of ‘’ floating ‘’ on the site and improves the sense of freedom that is achieved at the level of architectural expression through access to light and natural ventilation, taking advantage of the topographic slope promoting an exceptional panoramic view of the city. It consists of a parking lot in a small square. The elevator is contained in a glass column to improve the open space. It contains wooden latticework as a sunscreen offering a warm integration with the environment. The main entrance is reinforced by a set of vertices that show steel and wood in moments, showing masonry in others depending on the angle.
Longitudinal Section |
Architectural Plant - Principal Entry Architecture - Level 01
Construction of a floating structure on an existing old office building that avoids any contact with the latter to maintain its operation throughout the construction process. It consists of a project of commercial offices counting on a meeting room in its center for the realization of corporate meetings, also has a kitchenette to meet the needs of visitors and employees who wish to use it.
ARCHITECTURE [ PXParchitecture&Partners ] EAST OFFICE year: 2016 Commercial Office
The majority of the construction has a crystallization to its front and back views to generate an amplitude of space and a totally landscaping visual. The partitions of the rooms are also glazed to generate a more modern and interesting construction. The roof of this construction consists of a new technology of automatic louvers that are intended for solar protection, leaving light indirectly, equally glass. This material has been used in most of the construction which helps to have a feeling of free and transparent spaces.
East Office wants to promote bioclimatic architecture while reinforcing the idea of sustainable practices such as the retention of rainwater for later use, allowing maximum exposure of daylight while mechanically controlling incident solar radiation through a system of mechanized / automated grids. Challenges of the project: 1. Design, develop and promote new materials with new technologies within a country in full development, which is a high price for the demand of innovation. 2. Design of a “floating” structure due to the location over a highly seismic region. Of heavy and robust type. 3. Create an operational office building where order and tranquility will be generated in the open spaces.
Constructive Detail - Louvers System ] Architecture - Frontal View
Constructive Detail - Louvers System + Winter Garden ] Architecture - Frontal View
Project located in Catalonia, Barcelona. The Collserola mountain range is a mountainous area and peri-urban park, considered one of the largest metropolitan parks in the world.
VERDual Currently the Tres Turons is an oversized park and little equipped to absorb the needs of the neighbors and tourism that is beginning to expand. The transformation of the three hills into a municipal-scale park will help to balance the distribution of urban green
As an anteroom of the Collserola, it connects multiple doors, they are the main piece in the city of the ecological corridor.
Enriching socio-diversity and adding equipment to respond to human and urban needs, which generate interesting routes and spaces that help resist tourism, through management and a socially transversal communication. The sum of these two diversities taking advantage of its location will make the park the green heart of the city of Barcelona, halfway between Collserola and Montjuïc, with the duality of forest and urban greens. This green approach to the citizenship promoting healthy habitats, offering leisure spaces, quality with nature and an improvement of public transport. Great environmental contribution to reduce CO2 emissions and affect other truly natural spaces.
Collserola-Ciutadella proposes the green and biodiversity plan of Barcelona 2020. A landscape transition space that must be used to improve the city’s biodiversity and help re-naturalize it.
ARCHITECTURE +LANDSCAPE [ AldayJover ] LOS TRES TURONS year: 2019 Ecological + Urban design COMPETITION [
Vegetation strategy Renaturalization and diversification of environments. ]
Main axis of the renaturalization is the search of the potential of diversification of environments and the presence of different stages of vegetation: meadows, scrub, forest, mixed Mediterranean pine and holm oak, quarries, wet, agricultural and urban spaces will coexist in the park of the Three hills generating valuable biodiversity.
Usage Strategy A park equipped; Proximity, city and tourist interest. ]
In the tangency with the city, local facilities and access to the park are located. The horizontal surfaces resulting from the anthropization of the hills (quarries, orchards, demolished buildings ...) are used as spaces of opportunity to integrate uses and equipments to the park. Much of the park remains without specific use to promote the development of nature.
Water Strategy [ A greener park with management of water run-off.
Proper water management with the use of drainage pavements and green ditches will help reduce existing erosion, while allowing the use of rainwater collected through the network of roads and led to different scale railing, accompanied by vegetation, which are projected as points of infiltration water to the land.
Mobility and connectivity strategy [ A park accessible at different scales ]
Public space lounges are generated that connect the surroundings close to the areas of moderate slope. They penetrate the neighborhoods with civic axes and connect with squares, equipment and other surrounding parks. In the interior of the park, hierarchies and paths are separated to clarify slow mobility and preserve natural
[ Path of low ecological and environmental impact ] A careful selection of the necessary trails will allow the elimination of duplicity. The chosen ones will be formalized with a low intervention of improvement of the pavements with stabilized sand and ceramic exterior curb where the slope allows it and concrete sections in more steep areas with the possibility of formalizing rungs. In any case they try to maintain their own rock formations and habitats of certain interest.
[ Network of hierarchical roads ] The Tres Turons roads connect the different accesses to each other, with the equipment and points of interest, looking for the most comfortable routes and as far as possible accessible.
[ Street edge pacified and naturalized park ] Pacified road (30 km / h) will be solved in a single platform with priority for pedestrians, coinciding with the accesses to the park, to the main equipment and in certain small expansions rest areas.
Ecological Connectivity Currently the visuals towards 3 Turons and Collserola departing from the center of the Rambla del Carmel let imagine a privileged geographical position. This visual connection is a great value to preserve, avoiding that it is cut by the new elements or vegetation of the remodeling, but we must be more ambitious and develop the potential. Because it becomes a social and ecological connection between these two lungs of the city. [
abstraction of butterfly plant
Butterfly abstraction ]
Social Connectivity The axis of the park Laberinto - Parque de los Arroyos de Horta - Rambla del Carmel - Tres Turons will be one of the neighborhoods to the north of three hills of the district of Huerta Guinardo but also those of southern Gracia and even the Example. To guarantee the longitudinal connection of the slow mobility.
traffic pacification scheme ]
Transversality The rambla is a crossing point of the main transversities of the neighborhoods that connect its equipment, being isolated from the central space. In addition to the longitudinal continuity, the main contribution of the proposal guarantees these connections with accessible routes. Reinforcing the visual, eliminating barriers to achieve the perception of a large unitary and safe space. [
ARCHITECTURE +LANDSCAPE [ AldayJover ] RAMBLA DEL CARMELL year: 2019 Walkway + Urban design COMPETITION
comfort zone ]
solar energy production ]
reduction pollution ]
vegetation scheme ]
water collector ]
accesibility scheme ]
phases scheme ]
TIMEscape The image of the forest in the mind of man is a perfect green earth with tall trees, but what we are exhibiting here represents a moment captured in its short period of time in all its reality, when it fails.
Galicia, Vigo - Spain ] Sewer system water
There is a moment when a very intense sun arrives, the frequent change of this situation represents the characteristics of the earth. We find that the place has its own energy which are all natural elements. We focus on the use of these elements to propose resilience and a sustainable forest to fire out of control. Now it is only on the fire everything is black for some months where the forest rests there is a moment that reborn the green inside the black and it is when the forest is celebrating its birth again.
ARCHITECTURE +LANDSCAPE [ Master - UPC Barcelona ] THE GREEN SYSTEM year: 2018 Green Urban + Natural Spaces + Manage Fire ACADEMIC
[ Variety vegetation system
Types of Trees
Strategies -Educate local people (social benefit) -Create a low intensity fire aspect as forest management tools. -Creation of alternative ecological roads between urbanizations.
Dangerous Fire Places
Activities in the Proposal ]
- Planning of the area of â€‹â€‹ fire management (economic and ecological). - Proposal of grazing as an economic tool for forest management. - Prescribed low intensity fire project in the chosen areas. - Proposal for cutting in the area.
Natural - Limits
Delta del Llobregat Barcelona ]
Mobility - Delta del Llobregat ]
[ Strategy ] Creation of gradient limits between people and uses. Natural area 1. Connecting urban beach area and ecological spaces. 2. Proposing the alternative way to reduce human impacts in the natural space. 3. Proposing the recovery of the area of ecoâ€‹â€‹ tones that is important of 2 ecological systems.
ARCHITECTURE +LANDSCAPE [ Master - UPC Barcelona ] WATER SYSTEM year: 2018 Coasts + Rivers + Agriculture + Hydrography + Territory ACADEMIC
a. Beach / Dunes parking Pavilions Beach 01.
Generate gradient limits between the forest area with the proposal and the existing zones. In addition to having a connection with the Pinus Pinea forests, it is intended to help and increase the existing biodiversity of the site and the creation of several ecotones that are fundamental for wildlife, reducing the human impacts that are found in the area. The place will be a natural space where the flora of the area can be observed while maintaining its conservation and at the same time creating an interaction with the user through a walk that will maintain a game between shadow and light.
Horizontal / Opening / Dinamic / Motion [ Protection Dunar System + Biodiversity + Conservation + Natural Barriers
b. Dunes / Pinus Pinea Marsh Fresh Water Filtration Renaturing 02.
[ Shadows / Light inputs / Biodiversity
c. Pinus Pinea / Agriculture Conservation Biodiversity Connectivity
Shadows / Light Entries / Refraction / Opening The salt water is found along with the fresh water, this mixture is what originates a hydrographic term called Delta. Naturally, the Delta faces major coastal problems suffering from erosion problems and an increase in sea level due to climate change. The Delta del Llobregat is one of the protected natural areas in Barcelona due to its high biodiversity. The project consists of generating several freshwater marshes, combating the filtration of salt water and recovering a large part of the space that has been lost over time, generating greater natural and important space for biodiversity.
In this part of Rimini there is a valley between two different characteristic rivers that are the use and the Marecchia river, it is also the place where the fresh water irrigates from the mountain to the sea in the form of many small channels. In addition, there are many underground aquifers. Therefore, by understanding that this is a water territory, we proposed to manage freshwater in the best way for peopleâ€™s uses, defending the pressure of salinity and increasing biodiversity. We proposed to recover and connect the water channels to the two main rivers and, what is more important, we proposed a large flood basin next to the Marecchia river, where it has the greatest vulnerability. At this point, a new proposed basin is also the intersection of rivers, green corridors and gray infrastructures such as the A-14 motorway and the railway.
Chapter 01: A trip Chapter 02: Territory / Water Chapter 03. Revealing Water Chapter 04. 15.45 minutes
ARCHITECTURE +LANDSCAPE [ Master - UPC Barcelona ] TOURISM - NEW USES FOR OLD TERRITORIES year: 2018 Biodiversity + Hydrography + Walks + Territory ACADEMIC
Tourist Arrivals + Time
Hydrological System Map
Valley Topography Map
Map of Risk and Floods ]
Rimini is a popular beach and beach tourist destination on a beautiful Adriatic coast. Every summer, it has become an ideal place for mass tourism that goes to beaches and nightclubs that are mainly on the coast, so that the most economic activities are carried out only on the coast, which is causing unsustainable tourism and a declining natural environment.
Layers composition Aquifer ]
Aquifer recharge map ]
function and activities
[ mobility map
Focusing on the experiences of passengers and drivers using the A-14 motorway, we use the highway as a tool to represent the Rimini landscape by creating small interventions along the highway that provide opportunities for people to drive more slowly, or in some places where you can get off your cars to perceive the Rimini landscape. In an area where the new flood basin is located, we proposed a rest area for the highway with services that connect the urban park, the historic city, the camping area, the vineyards and bicycle routes that are directly adjacent to the interior areas. This place could be a new image of Rimini’s landscape.
movement flow people
Road views A-14
] First, we study how urbanizations grow according to the ancient Roman road and the topography boundary between the slopes and the flat areas along with the movement of today’s tourists. Then the address line appeared, which contains the A-14 motorway and the railway, which are the most popular ways to get to Rimini from Bologna. By making the perception map on the A-14 highway, inspired by Kevin Lynch’s ‘View from the Road’, it helps us to understand that part of the A-14 motorway before reaching the exit to the center of Rimini is a valuable opportunity to help people who travel to Rimini to see another important Rimini landscape that is not just the coast. Driving in this part of the A-14 will take about 15.45 minutes depending on the driving speed before reaching the center of the city of Rimini.
Curriculum Vitae 2019 - José M. Herrera B.