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JosĂŠ Pablo Salinas Nolasco


“I want to learn more and more to see as beautiful what is necessary in things; then I shall be one of those who makes things beautiful. Amor fati: let that be my love henceforth! I do not want to wage war against what is ugly. I do not want to accuse; I do not even want to accuse those who accuse. Looking away shall be my only negation. And all in all and on the whole: some day I wish to be only a Yessayer.� - F. Nietzsche, The Joyful Wisdom.


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JOSÉ PABLO SALINAS NOLASCO

CURRÍCULUM VITAE Education August 2012-Present. Student of School of Architecture Art and Design,

Instituto Tecnológico de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey (ITESM). Workshops January - May 2014. Architectural Studio I: Residential Housing. Dr. Luis

Villareal Ugarte. August - December 2014. Architectural Studio II: Colective Housing. Arch.

Juan Carlos López Amador & Arch. Roberto García. January - May 2015. Architectural Studio III: Educational or Recreational

Buildings. Arch. Rodrigo Lobeira. August - December 2015. Architectural Studio IV: Community Buildings. Dr.

Pedro Pacheco. January - May 2016. Architectural Studio V: Mixed Use Complex. Dr. Marcelo

Espinosa. August-December 2015. ITESM-SOCSA Workshop: Dr. Lorena Zazueta, Mr.

Raúl Ceballos (SOCSA Senior BIM Manager). Structural Engineering/ Construction Procedures/ BIM Software Technology. August 2016-Present. Integral Architectural Studio I: Building Refurbishment.

Arch. Carlos Estrada. August 2016-Present. Real State Development Workshop. Orange Investments.

Intelligence Advisory/ Development/ Assets & Facility Managment. Competitions April 2015. 9° OISTAT Theatre Architecture Comptetion. Berlin, Germany.

Participant. June 2015. Arquideas International Architecture Students Competition.

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Mediterranean Sea Club (MESC). Ibiza, Spain. Preselected. April 2016. Competition Community Development and Expression Center.

National Architecture Academy, Chapter Monterrey. Selected. June 2016. International Competition for the New Contemporary Art Wing

of the Lima Art Museum. Lima, Perú. Participant.


José Pablo Salinas Nolasco E-mail: jpsalinas47@hotmail.com Phone number: +52 1 811 421 64 19

Address: Yucatán #810 Col. Regina 25720 Monclova, Coah. México

Interships Summer 2015. ARKRAFT Studio. Project House OS & Project House JJ. Summer 2016. Arquidromo. Project International Competition for the New

Contemporary Art Wing of the Lima Art Museum & Project Casa Clavel. Software Autodesk Revit (Advanced)* Autodesk Autocad (Intermediate) Autodesk 3D Max (Intermediate) Adobe Photoshop (Advanced) Adobe Illustrator (Intermediate)

SketchUp (Intermedite) Rhinoceros (Basic) Grasshoper (Basic) Lumion (Advanced)

Adobe InDesign (Intermediate) * Autodesk Certified Professional Lenguages English (Advanced) Spanish (Native) Extracurricular 2010. Art Exhibits Assistant. Harold R. Pape. Museum-Library. Monclova, México. 2011. General Assistant. Metallurgy Laboratory, Altos Hornos de México (AHMSA). Monclova, México. 2013. Volunteer. Community Urban Orchards Program. CEMEX Social Resonsability. Monterrey, México. 2016. Software Tutor. Autodesk & Adobe Architectural Aplications. School of Architecture, ITESM. Monterrey, México.

Enthusiasm in research processes and deep analysis of information.

Talented on developing architectural concepts together with an integral view of the project.

Well versed in computer system modeling and graphic content production.

Pronounced inclination towards artistic content, especially visual arts, to note when creating compositions.

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Skills


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01 CASA LÓPEZ ACADEMIC PROJECT, RESIDENTIAL HOUSING Monterrey, Nuevo León, México. 2014 MENTOR: Dr. Luis Villareal Ugarte

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The first architectural project consists of a two floor house within the Distrito Tec prepared to host foreign teachers who come to work at Tecnológico de Monterrey, and also to be flexible enough to provide a temporary home for a whole family if that were the case. The process of spatial conception was the result of the relationship produced between solids and voids, between spaces built and unbuilt, between open areas and enclosed areas. Articulating each of them to make them work optimally together and of providing a welcoming architectural experience for daily life.


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First oor: This experience starts when you walk through the main door and you ďŹ nd yourself in the lobby where you can see the courtyard at the distance, however you have to go through the main hall with a brise soleil next to a water mirror to reach the social area where you can be in contact with the outside terrace space.


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Second floor: when you go upstairs you find the private area for dormitors and a small living room, here you can still be in contact with the first floor, for example you can be in the main bedroom and look down to the social area trough a double height space.


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On this page, longitudinal section showing aspects as the water mirror, brise solei in corridors, and social area in a double-height connection with the master bedroom.

On the next page, interior perspective of the social area, with a reflecting pool on the left and a outdoor terrace covered by the master bedroom on the second floor.

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On the left side, final model of the project, where you can see the back yard and over it, the master bedroom together with a double-height space.


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02 OBLIQUE HOUSING ACADEMIC PROJECT, COLECTIVE HOUSING Monterrey, Nuevo León. 2014 MENTORS: Arch. Juan Carlos López Amador Arch. Roberto García Rosales

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The following collective housing proposal for Distrito Tec o ers housing with a special character, the project has at first view qualities that distinguish it from any other, the complex way in which it is resolved is the project spirit, a series of diagonal lines mark the harmonious order throughout the complex, giving thus a high spatial quality. Housing blocks follow a dynamic game of chiaroscuro on the facades, forming balconies and overhangs. The habitant of the project will certainly feel attracted to the project’s dynamic, which also has houses with special features, in overhangs and bridges between two blocks, all with great views in and out of the project, this and more become living more enjoyable for the dweller. Collective housing, in this case, is the o ering of a high architectural quality to the surrounding community to promote a more sustainable way of living between modern society.


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Type A Housing First Floor

Type B Housing First Floor

Type C Housing First Floor


Type D Housing Second Floor

Type E Housing Second Floor JosĂŠ Pablo Salinas Nolasco

Type C Housing Second Floor


On facades, you can distinguish a dynamic chiaroscuro system formed by balconies and overhangs.

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On the right, half portion of ďŹ rst oor plan including empty spaces for commercial establishments with parking lots, it also can be seen a ramp for underground parking.


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This project began with a series of bays, overlapping each other to form housing in two levels. This is a modular system easy to replicate.


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Second Floor Plan


Thir Floor Plan

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Landscape architecture includes green area open to the public and sun covered terraces on green roof, both with diagonal lines resembling the project’s overall geometry.


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Interior perspective, higlighting the inner courtyards and oblique lines.


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Isometry

West Elevation


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Longitudinal Section


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03 C.E.D.C. ACADEMIC COMPETITION, COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AND EXPRESSION CENTER Monterrey, Nuevo León. 2016 Team: Leslie Montemayor Dagmar Benegas

Mentor: Dr. Marcelo Espinosa.

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This is the Community Development and Expression Center, an open place to ideas and opinions, a place designed for the community. In this proposal, architecture is the o er, in other words, the necessary concept to materialize and make these ideas function. There are concepts and formal processes that the proposal follows, but the base of all design is functionality. In this type of architecture is based this proposal. The way to achieve this is through a planning logic designed from its beginning. Where the project’s sequence follows a simple and unquestionable process. Through real parameters and not only subjective criteria like esthetics. This is how we obtain architecture. Which is shown in the spatial richness obtained as an implied result. This process begins with a grid, drawn equal to the trees planted on the site, this was the easiest way to give order to things. But to work in an architectural project this grid must be extruded in three dimensions, heights will depend on the physical context. The materiality will depend on the historic context. In a way, the grid represents the context, now we have a spatial order. On the other hand, we have the program, which became into volumes through a biographical research. But these volumes are not going to be placed by us, because it will not be objective and functional for everyone. We are just going to evaluate each space qualitatively through architectonic parameters, as it corresponds to us as professionals. The spatial positioning system will indicate us the specific position for each volume of the program within the tridimensional grid, according to the five parameters where we have evaluated each space. These are accessibility, orientation, centricity and acoustics. Each of these four are related to a programming system based on x, y and z coordinates. Plus, one extra parameter of connectivity which helped to stablish connections between spaces. Thereby the connection between the context and program is settled.


Individual presentations and exhibition hall

Colective presentations and exhibition hall

Instructional and teching classroms

Accessibility

Proximity

Brainstorming rooms

Lattice detail

Seminar rooms

Acoustics Library

Auditorium

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Centricity

Lattice detail

Bookshop

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Computer rooms

Restaurant/Co ee shop Orientation

Structural system detail


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Exterior perspective, view from Paseo Santa Lucía peatonal access.


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Accessibility is important, that’s why there is a ramp that connects each level, and at the same time gives cohesion to the series of volumes.


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04 MALI INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION, THE NEW CONTEMPORARY ART WING OF THE LIMA ART MUSEUM Lima, Peru. 2016 OFICINA DE ARQUITECTURA ARQUIDROMO Alberto Frías Andres Martinez Francisco de le Peña The project approach bets on public space as the main source to attract visitors to the new wing of the museum. It invites people to the manifestations of modern art, taking away his preconceived glamour and allowing them to observe a world otherwise understood as far from being popular. To do so, it melts the park space - accessible to all- in a swirl that goes down two levels, going through spaces in a sequence from the entirely public to the restricted. This action provides a gift: a visitor can reach the heart itself of the Museum without buying a ticket. Even a subway passenger is invited to take a look. Maybe in his course he is convinced to enter. Formally, it is proposed a recognizable gesture, maybe referring to the Moray’s circular terraces. The intention, seeking for accessibility over an interconnected young public, is to be present as unmistakable from the Google Earth view, becoming a recognizable feature in the urban fabric.

The visitor experience is almost speleological: it descends into a continuous ramp that leads to the north gallery spaces, which are stacked with gaps and visual and luminous ways of relating between them. These free from columns spaces have diverse heights, adaptable to di erent formats of contemporary art. At the end of the tour, there is a cave, its last corner o ers a lift to return to the lobby without interfering with those who go down.

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The project seeks to restore somehow the original perimeter of the Parque de la Exposición, reaching with its concentric lines other nearby blocks. In this green carpet spaces are excavated that will contain the museum program, which are organized and divided into zones around a system of two di erent ramps, one outside for the public space and the interior one, which corresponds to the museum tour.


The project is expressed as a large green carpet, claiming park space for citizens. Strategically placed, the vortex is placed on the western access to the Museum, presenting and arousing the curiosity of passersby.


The Museum comes to join the possibility of a system of urban equipment parts that are articulated in a series of cultural and recreational areas arranged in the south of Lima District of the Peruvian capital.


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The approach explores the idea of symbolically reclaim the boundaries of the Park de la Exposición, and this is manifested with a series of walkways system, which redefine the existing ones, and respond to the Beaux Arts logic that originated them.


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Its presence in this big rectangle is like a stone thrown into a lake: concentric waves emerging from the center, and expand beyond the limits... even crossing Columbus Avenue to touch Juana Larco de Dammer Park in its pavement.


The need to hide the building mass in underground levels requires a clear and powerful excavation strategy, which directly refers to the rings of Moray.


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The location -practically in the heart of this great area of inuence of the city- is shown as the epicenter of a strategy of renewal and activation of large public spaces in this area of Lima.


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On the other hand, the ellipse is presented to the sky as a recognizable form, of undoubted iconic character. This appeals to the navigation using digital resources, which make available to everyone, the view from the sky, same sky to whom the ancient inhabitants of the Inca Empire showed his lines and ďŹ gures found in Nazca.


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Cross section, north oriented view.

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Cross section, south oriented view.


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05 OTHER PROJECTS

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A series of specific projects, each of them brought knowledge in some specific area, the purpose is to experiment and to promote a complete understanding of my architecture career.


GEOMETRIC MADNESS THEATRE ARQUITECTURE COMPETITION Berlin, Alemania. 2015 TEAM: Rodolfo Loza Nelly Tarazona

MENTOR: Arch. Karen Hinojosa

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Is it just madness keeping us afloat? –Muse. Floating in the river Spree, this is not just a theatre that shows its inspiration its form; this is the whole madness experience of a rock concert. The Holzmarket is a special place for youth in search for art and rock concerts, being attracted by the ultra-dynamic covering of the theatre that guards a very intimate spectacle between the artist and the spectator, and at the same time demonstrates versatility when it opens and includes the environment as part of the show. As hard as it may seem, form always follows function, even in details, that’s why technical aspects have their right place in this design, spatial requirements like audience cohesion and accommodation are always considered, and also sightlines and acoustics give shape to the theatre. Materials are in tune with the surroundings. Even this mad design extends and proposes similar spaces for facilities on the land, this is a complete experience, and yes we captured the madness of life trough rock concerts, we made a geometric abstraction and turned it into a whole architecture experience, and that’s what keeps us afloat.


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ESCUELA DE MÚSICA Y DANZA ACADEMIC PROJECT, EDUCATIONAL AND RECREATIONAL BUILDINGS Monclova , Coahuila. 2015 MENTOR: Arch. Rodrigo Lobeira

For Architectural Studio 3 -buildings of education and recreation-, a project was commissioned for a music and dance school to be located in an ecosystem assigned into the northeast part of the country, for this particular case it was decided to be located in the city of Monclova, province of Coahuila. A site located in a plain ecosystem near of Monclova’s river, away from the noisy avenues, but still being accessible. The complex fulfills a predetermined program that ranges from administrative areas, service areas, residences, parking, auditorium and enough dance and music classrooms. For the formal solution, it was decided to opt for fluid curvy lines as it resembles music or dance, two intertwined spirals represent each of those disciplines. Resulting in a unique, symbolic, dynamic and highly cohesive project, which is easy to understand and to appreciate, mostly in their exterior corridors connecting the whole school in a big tour, water mirrors connect building after building with a permeable view which invites the community to come inside, circulations are mostly outside so users can slowly discover the whole project.

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The set of buildings work well, not only esthetically but also functionally, the complex protects itself with higher heights at the borders and decreasing as it approaches to the center. Each of the areas are carefully located and oriented in the most convenient way, from an auditorium as the main façade for the project, which faces the most abundant circulation. To the residences at the back of the site, in the lowest part, surrounded by a green mattress. With the parking building, fused to the auditorium, protecting the west side, and with the main entrance to the east. Finally, as the main feature, a courtyard with outdoor exhibits for the whole community, along with an outdoor dining. Is worth mentioning that the project seeks to be sustainable by combining several eco-techniques, from solar panels, roof gardens, parasols, lighting and ventilating courtyards in the residential area, and even the water mirrors which refresh dominant winds which come through apertures between buildings.


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LEVIATHAN CÁTEDRA ITESM-SOCSA Monterrey, Nuevo Leon. 2015 TEAM: Raquel Barba Madrigal Asael Huerta Zuñiga

MENTORS: Dra. Lorena Zazueta Dr. Raúl Ceballos

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Training provided jointly by the structural solutions company SOCSA and Tecnologico de Monterrey , in teamwork we put on test technical knowledge about construction. The project began with a basic process of design for a museum for the City of Monterrey. Looking for a greater challenge in structural solutions we opted to develop a complex geometry, large decks with di erent slopes. Coaching was provided by professional engineers who have lots of experience in the area. The focus of this workshop was not the architectural design but the structural, indeed both are codependent and should be part of single final piece of architecture.


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SEMANA I 2015 PARAMETRIC DESIGN, DIGITAL PRODUCTION Monterrey, Nuevo LeĂłn. 2015 MENTOR: Arch. Alejandro RodrĂ­guez

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For a whole week, through a crash course in computer-aided design with experimental processes of composition in modeling software Rhinoceros plus Grasshoper, we carry out a process of manufacturing digital models such as that shown in the next page. Starting from the most basic way as primitive forms, in this case a donus or torus, we then had the opportunity to develop interestingly complex geometries. And later, thanks to 3D printing we had the extended view of the scope by these technologies.


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left, Architecture ITESM Campus

On the cover, Sierra Madre, picture taken at the north peak of Cerro de la Silla.

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To the Workshops, Monterrey.


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Undergraduate portfolio / José Pablo Salinas Nolasco / Selected works, november 2016 / Arquitectura ITESM Monterrey.

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