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/JOSELOPEZ Mexican Professional Registration Number (Cedula Profesional): 5577241. 2512 Gresham Lake Rd. Raleigh, NC. 27615 Tel: (919) 830-3928 design@joselopez.us www.joselopez.us

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Owner and Project Manager J22: Architecture: Design and Construction

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Intern Architect Andrew Osterlund Architect, PLLC

Graphic Designer / Web Designer Grapix

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Project Designer Szostak Design, INC.

Architectural Designer Finley Design, PA

Over the past decade Jose has built an extensive portfolio of various projects of different scales and budgets. He has assisted with construction documentation as well as construction administration services. Jose has honed his proficiency with project management and direct client interactions, allowing him to skillfully represent a firm’s vision and goals. He has ample knowledge of construction materials and methods as well as a deep passion for quality and thoughtful design.


/EDUCATION /BACHELOR’S DEGREE IN ARCHITECTURE 2008 Universidad Autónoma de Yucatán Facultad de Arquitectura (University of Yucatan School of Architecture) - Mérida, México. /STUDY ABROAD PROGRAM 2006 École D’Architecture de la Bretagne (Architecture School of Brittany) , Rennes, France. /INTERNATIONAL SEMINAR STUDIO PROGRAM 2004 Ithsumus School of Architecture, Panama City, Panama

/SKILLS /Trilingual in English, Spanish and French. /Project management and construction administration. /Excellent presentation, sketching and graphic design capabilities. /Capability of identifying design deficiencies and/or opportunities while preparing documents. /Strong technical/production background. /Comprehensive knowledge of building systems, materials, and their constructability. /Ability to work under tight deadlines and prioritize multiple projects with strong attention to detail. /Ability to remain flexible and accept or adapt to change in the creative environment. /Ability to work independently as well as part of a larger design team.

/SOFTWARE /Revit [2012 Certificate: Wake Technical Community College] /AutoCAD (2D and 3D) /Archicad /Sketchup (with Vray) /3d Max (with Vray) /VectorWorks /Adobe Creative Suit: Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, Flash, Muse & Dreamweaver /Microsoft Office: Excel, Power Point, Word, Outlook & Projects

/HONORS /EXPERIENCE

2015 Activate /14 TINY HOME COMMUNIY COMPETION - Shorlisted Project /2014 Activate 14 DESIGN + BUILD COMPETITION - Finalist Project /2008 UADY’s Internal Competition for PANI - Second Place


/LIST OF SELECTED PROJECTS TEPY / TELCHAC, MX / 2007 VILLAmE RESIDENCE / MERIDA, MX / 2012 SPICY NINE / CHAPEL HILL, NC / 2012 54 PLAZA / DURHAM, NC / 2013 CAPITAL SPRING FOREST / RALEIGH, NC /2013 REMNANT DENSITY / CHAPEL HILL, NC / 2014 PLANTATION SQUARE / RALEIGH, NC / 2014 COMpACT / CHAPEL HILL, NC / 2015 BASIQ BLAQ RESIDENCE / RALEIGH, NC / 2015 GLENDALE WEST RESIDENCE / CHAPEL HILL, NC / 2016

*COMMERCIAL PROJECTS BY REQUEST ONLY . PLEASE EMAIL ME AT DESIGN@JOSELOPEZ.US

VISIT WWW.JOSELOPEZ.US FOR ADDITIONAL PROJECT SELECTION. 2512 GRESHAM LAKE RD. RALEIGH, NC 27615 | 919.830.3928 | DESIGN@JOSELOPEZ.US


TEPY RESIDENCE / TELACHAC, MX / 2007 /Type: Residential /Surface: 4,500 SF /Collaboration with: Juan Tellez, Architect San Benito is a beach located near the town of Telchac in Mexico. The challenge for this project was to combine aesthetics with a hurricane-proof shell, a main concern for the client. This project is based on a linear scheme to maintain aerodynamics from north to south in case of a natural catastrophe. The main body is suspended on a massive three-axis foundation system that uniformly supports this home and will not allow any type of flooding during and after a hurricane. Austere and in symphony with its context, this house is a symbol of a natural connection relative to the inside/outside elements. TEPY allows natural air cross-ventilation taking advantage of its relative northeast position to the coast, where primary winds flow during most of the year.


VILLAmE RESIDENCE / MERIDA, MX / 2012 /Type: Residential /Surface: 1,070 SF Villa|Me is a twin house project located in the Montes de Ame neighborhood on the northeast of Merida. The client therefore requested two identical houses for rental purposes. The property line with the neighbor presented an 84Ëšangle line; the house scheme was tilted parallel to this wall toward the south. A double ceiling for thermal comfort and visual integrations was provided in the core of the living space. A kitchen, living area and a mezzanine area for a home studio are all contained in the space. Perhaps the soul of the project is the garden that generously connects the private space from the inside and outside, and from social to private areas. The two bedrooms are stacked one above the other and contain the same amount of square footage, each one with the same bathroom layout. Low maintenance materials were crucial items for the project as we chose them to age and weather in time.


REMNANT DENSITY [LIVE|WORK COMPETITION, ACTIVATE 14] / CHAPEL HILL, NC / 2014 /Type: Competition /Surface: =/- 4,000 SF ( two building structures ) /Collaboration with Craig Bethel & Jay Sikes AIA North Carolina, Activate 14 summoned for an ideas competition on micro dwelling in small infill land in Chapel Hill. “Remnant Density”, The team’s proposed design, was to utilize a pod & super-frame system that will transforms the leftover space of a city from an afterthought to an opportunity. The super-frame is flexible in size and configuration and can be deployed in any site, especially those deemed most stringent and uninhabitable. Design continues with the definition of the pods through analysis of its residents. Specific program components are translated from a typical 24hr daily cycle of an individual or family, fitting the pods to the needs of the residents and crafting a customized dwelling unit. Over time, units can be modified based on the changing needs of the residents through addition, subtraction, or exchange of pods.


COMpACT [TINY COMPETITION, ACTIVATE] / RALEIGH, NC / 2015 /Type: Competition /Surface: 12 Units - 144 SF Ea. Unit, 1,500 SF Community Center /Shortlisted Project ComPact, or “Community Pact”, suggests affordability by creating a simple house-shaped shelter using a steel tube system. A sprayed foam insulation coat at the interior of a proposed reclaimed corrugated metal skin will provide insulation values to thermally satisfy each dwelling. The repetition of each module will create a whole entity. A linking element of the community gardens with the living units is abstracted in the low-E glazed windows. The tinted glazing colors reflect the change of seasons. Porches are integrated to the floor plan of the units establishing a connection not only to the comPact community but also to the neighborhood. Three sustainable strategies are recommended for the living units: solar energy by solar panels, crossventilation through two sliding doors located at each end of the unit and a brick lattice wall for heat absorption during winter months. comPact’s goals are to engage, provide shelter, feel identified and offer opportunities for the homeless.


BASIQ BLAQ RESIDENCE / RALEIGH, NC / 2016 /Type: Residential /Surface: 1,800 SF Basiq Blaq has a simple rectangular shape perimeter that provides maximum flexibility allowing future changes for different programmatic necessities. Because of the southeast-northeast position on the site, the house allows good ventilation minimizing the usage of AC during the summer months and extended sunshine penetration during the winter. The interior square footage can be subdivided into a public and private areas. The Kitchen, dinning and living space are found in public area - Rooms share a corridor that connects the private area. The concept behind this single volume house is to minimize construction methods and materials. The house-shape blends with the parameters of the immediate context of the neighborhood. A black wood skin integrates with the natural characteristics of North Carolina’s vegetation.


GLENDALE WEST RESIDENCE / CHAPEL HILL, NC / 2016 /Type: Residential /Surface: 3,200 SF /Firm of Record: Szostak Design /Lead Architect: Phil Szostak, FAIA Glendale West Residence is located in the hearth of Chapel Hill. As a neighbor, this residence faces a beautiful line of trees facing battle park. This project is composed of one cubic volume suspended in concrete pillars anchored in a steep-slope topography.


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Jose Lopez Residential Architecture Portfolio 2016  

Residential Architecture Portfolio 2016. Commercial projects by request only at design@joselopez.us Please visit www.joselopez.us for additi...

Jose Lopez Residential Architecture Portfolio 2016  

Residential Architecture Portfolio 2016. Commercial projects by request only at design@joselopez.us Please visit www.joselopez.us for additi...

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