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ARCHITECTURAL PORTFOLIO JASMIN GUZMAN


RESUME


JASMIN GUZMAN jsmngzmn@email.arizona.edu | 520.203.3360 | IG @jsmngzmn Fourth year student in the Bachelors of Architecture Program at the University of Arizona’s College of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture with a minor in Spanish

ACADEMICS

University of Arizona

2016-Present Expected Graduation 2021

English

Pima Community College

Spanish

Flowing Wells High School

Rhinoceros

CPLC Para Los Niños

Grasshopper

2015-2016

Graduated 2015

VOLUNTEER

PROFICIENCIES

2005-2018

FWHS Fusion Fashion Show

Revit

2013-2019

Illustrator

SAAF Möda Provŏcateūr

Photoshop

2015-2017

Earth-bag Home Build

InDesign

Oct - Nov 2016

EXPERIENCE

AIAS

Representative 2016, 2019-Present

Tau Sigma Delta Social Chair 2019-Present

Academic Events Committee Committee Member 2017-Present

Levi Strauss & Co

Stylist, Floor Lead, BOH Manager 2014-2017, 2019-2020

Camp Architecture Lead Councelor Summer 2019

CAPLA Study Abroad Summer 2018

INTERESTS Travel Fashion Sewing Embroidery Photography Digital Fabrication Music Dance


SELECTED WORKS


INDEX

PROJECT 1 2016 6-9

PROJECT 2 2017 10-15

PROJECT 3 2018 16-21

PROJECT 4

Precedent Study: As Casas Gêmeas 1969

First project in the professional phase of the Architecture Program: hand drawn orthographics based off of the architects drawings. Original axonometric and speculative section derived from a selected work by a Pritzker Prize Laureate; Paulo Mendes da Rocha São Paulo, Brazil

Bisbee Community College

A Reggio Emilia Based Community College for ex-convicts. This project focuses on self motivated learning and it will be used as a community reintegration platform for former prisoners. Bisbee, Arizona.

Southwest Studio: Adobe

Located at the base of “A” Mountain, this project will be a location for a non- profit organization, dedicated to urban reforestation, to work and hold community events. This project also considers a monthly flea market, solstice observation and an annual festival celebrating the mesquite. Tucson, Arizona

Mix-use Housing: Interventions in Urban Context

22-27

In the historic El Presidio neighborhood in Central Tucson, is a mix-use housing project. It is a structurally articulate and environmentally conscious building designed for the inhabitants as well as the Tucson community as a whole. Tucson, Arizona

PROJECT 5

Center for Innovation and Collaboration: University of Arizona

2019

2019 28-33

PROJECT 6 2019 34-37

The Center for Innovation and Collaboration is located on the Northern end of the University of Arizona. It is a inclusive shared space primarily catering to the College of Architecture, Center for Creative Photography, and the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Tucson, Arizona

Artifact and Residue

Simulation of mold and form techniques. Utilize form-work methods and digital fabrication process. Tucson, Arizona


As Casas Gêmeas

Paulo Mendes Da Rocha 1969 Sao Paulo, Brazil

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As Casas GĂŞmeas

Exploded Axonometric

Original drawing - derived from original plan

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As Casas GĂŞmeas Speculative Section

Original drawing - derived from site plan

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As Casas Gêmeas Light Study Model

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Bisbee Community College Bisbee, AZ 2018

Through exposed structural systems, this Reggio Emelia based community college will act as a learning sanctuary and community center for all of Bisbee, Arizona. The Reggio Emelia Pedagogy approaches learning through self-motivated lessons and it is explored through materials and personal experience. This college will encourage communication and collaboration with the entire Bisbee community through choreographed circulation and shared spaces.

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EXPERIENCE. THIS COLLEGE WILL ENCOURAGE COMMUNICATION AND COLLABORATION WITH THE ENTIRE BISBEE COMMINUTY THROUGH CIRCULATION AND SHARED SPACES.

Bisbee Communittee College Urban Context and Flow

URBAN RELATIONSHIPS AND FLOW

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Bisbee Nolli Map Site Analysis

SUN PATH

VIEWS

VIEW FOCUS ON B MOUNTIAN

SUMMER SOLSTICE: 81 WINTER SOLSTICE: 35

NOISE EMISSION

PREVAILING WINDS

WINDS FROM NORTH AND EAST

SOUND POLUTION FROM BREWERY AVE AND CITY PARK

STRUCTURE AND DETAILS

3RD FLOOR

SCHOOLS PUBLIC GATHERING SPACES LIBRARY/ SOURCE OF EDUCATION SANCTUARY

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BISBEE COMMUNITY COLLEGE SITE 2ND FLOOR


Programmatic Section Floor Plans

3RD FLOOR

2ND FLOOR

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Bisbee Community College Model Photo Render

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Bisbee Community College Model Photo Render

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Southwest Studio Tucson, AZ 2018

This project is dedicated to the revitalization of a desolate site at the base of “A� Mountain in Tucson, Arizona. It is site for a non-profit organization dedicated to urban reforestation, a monthly flea market, a festival celebrating the mesquite tree, and solstice observation. The winding of the project is calculated based on the natural curve a river, complimenting the adjacent, once very lively Rillito River. Enhancing the natural topography on the site will optimize water collection and promote healthy valleys for native vegetation to flourish. Private hubs along the site will offer volunteers flexible work spaces throughout the year, each individually designed for thermal comfort. The wood paneling along the site choreographs the circulation and sun exposure throughout the entire site year-round.

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Southwest Studio: Adobe Site Plan and Roof Plan

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Solar Shade Analysis

Water Collection and Storage

Wooden panels calculated and designed to block summer sun and allow for winter sun to shine through. Winter Sun Summer Sun 81 34

Reclaimed water cisterns located underneath each building.

Section 18

Topography sloped beneath boardwalk in order to collect water run-off


Non-Profit Organization Model Render

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Community Learning Center Model Photo

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Urban Reforestation

Solar Shade Analysis through Model

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Mix-Use Housing Tucson, AZ 2019

This mix-use housing project promotes community engagement within Tucson’s historic El Presidio neighborhood. As an extension of Downtown, a café and local retailer on the first level will draw in the community and tourists, this will support local businesses here in the city and the housing project itself. Accessible rooftops and cross circulation will allow residence of the apartments to openly interact with each other and enjoy covered social spaces throughout the entire site for most of the year. A change in topography and the utilization of native vegetation will create comfortable outdoor spaces for visitors and residence alike. Winding organic paths mimic Tucson walking trails encouraging and pulling residence to be outside and interact with their neighbors and their community. Scale 1/16”= 1’22


Interventions in Urban Context Historic El Presidio Neighborhood

Circulation N

Secondary Road/ Safe Bike Path Cargo Train

Local Business/ Residential

Commerical ResidenÆ&#x;al Service

El Charro Cafe Downtown

Access Points Public Parking

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STREETLIGHTS

STREETLIGHTS SUROUNDING THE SITE

BLOOD.

CRIME SUROUNDING THE SITE

Noise N

Bikee Route B Bu us Route Ro Buss St Stop

Public to Private N

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Plans

20’

Studio

20’

Parts to whole Gross: 420 sqf Net: 355 sqf

1 Bedroom Gross: 985 sqf Net: 900 sqf

Level 3

2 Bedroom Gross: 750 sqf Net: 680 sqf

Level 2

3 Bedroom

Gross: 565 sqf Net: 500 sqf

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Level 1 Scale 1/16”= 1’-0”

Scale 1/4”= 1’-0”

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Elevations El Presidio

Site North Elevation

Site South Elevation

Site East Elevation

Site West Elevation

Scale 1/16”= 1’-0”

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Section Perspective

Circulation and System Distribution

Scale 1/4”= 1’-0”

Level 3 Primary Structure

Level 3 Secondary Structure

Room Distribution Studio (9) I Bedroom (3) 2 Bedroom (7) 3 Bedroom (4)

Level 2 Primary Structure

Level 2 Secondary Structure

Level 1 Primary Structure

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Circulation Diagram Level 1 Secondary Structure


Embrace El Presidio Model Photos

Scale 1/16”= 1’-0”

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Center for Innovation and Collaboration Tucson, AZ 2019

The Center for Innovation and Collaboration is nestled on the north end of the University of Arizona’s campus, in between the Center for Creative Photography, the College of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture, and the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. This Center will act as a hub for all three colleges and other disciplines around the university to come together and share ideas. A partition at each of the cardinal directions acts as a threshold for each college to come into a unified central space. A canopy of trees, offering a place of rest, greats you as you enter the core of the structure. As you circle around the pockets of vegetation, a cloud of mass reveals itself encompassing a central light provided by the warm Tucson sun. Each volume peaks over the central garden providing a sense of transparency to all of the occupants allowing ideas to flow from one area to the other. The masses are bound by a walkway that bisects and intertwines creating a network of circulation, connecting the masses and all disciplines on campus

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university of arizona campus

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2nd street

avenue cherry

park avenue

mountain avenue

speedway boulevard

2nd street

university boulevard

cherry

avenue

2nd street

4th street highland avenue

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6th street

6th street

vehicular circulation

library on campus

green space

university buildings

parking garages

surrounding site

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CIC Plans Figure Ground and Program

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Structural and System Distribution Existing Systems

section 2 use 6am-6pm 5 days/week pressurized plenum diffuse system

section1 24 hour use radiant slabs night flush

EXISTING SANITARY SEWER

main core 2 main cores west-north south-east

EXISTING WATER EXISTING ELECTRICAL TANK

GREY WATER PROPOSAL

CAFE RESTROOM SANITARY SEWER FOR CIC ELECTRICAL FOR CIC WATER FOR CIC

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CIC Section Connection to existing context

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Artifact and Residue Tucson, AZ 2019

The artifact and residue project was a process of analysis from a handmade found object to the production of a final form vessel. This project utilizes 3D printing, vacuum formed PETG and concrete cast techniques. The analysis of artifact, a hand- crocheted mantel, through patterns and proportions lead to the exploration of the form for the 3D printed phase. Through iterative exercises this form continuously pushed the capabilities of each tool in each phase. From the thickness of the 3D print to the level of detail transfered through the vacuum form and finally perfecting the concrete mixture to exhibit the entire process through the final product.

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Phase I

Mantel Analysis

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Phase II

Testing Capabilities 8 3 74

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Phase III

Evidence of Tools

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