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Name: Julio Sanjuan Jubert E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Professional Experience Carlos Campos Gonzalez - Estudio de Arquitectura Valencia www.carloscampos-arquitectura.com ECDM - Emmanuel Combarel Dominique Marrec Architectes Paris www.ecdm.eu MYRENDERS.ES - Infographic services www.myrenders.es Lluis Jubert - Taller d’Arquitectura Barcelona www.lluisjubert.com
· THIMUN (The Hague Model United Nations) in 2002 Youth Employment Commitee (Youth Assembly) in 2003. · XIV International workshop of traditional architecture and restoration in Ademuz (Faculty of Architecture - Univertsity of Valencia) · II International congress of transformation and permanence in Valencia (Faculty of Architecture - Univertsity of Valencia) · Earth construction and sustainability workshop in Amayuelas (Faculty of Architecture - Univertsity of Valencia) · Seminar on restoration of modernism heritage in Valencia (Faculty of Architecture - Univertsity of Valencia) · Bellastock 2010 (Paris)
Education and training
Masters Degree in Architecture (M.Arch.) Polytechnic University of Valencia (UPV), Spain - Faculty of Architecture (ETSAV)
Spanish - Native language English - C2 Level - Bilingual Proficiency (Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English) French - B2/C1 Level Italian - A2 Level
Exchange student - ERASMUS program Arkitektskolen Aarhus, Aarhus school of Architecture, Denmark (2009) Bachelor of applied science (B.A.Sc.) American School of Valencia, Spain
Computer Skills · Autodesk AutoCAD · Google Sketchup · Rhinoceros 3d · V-ray · Photoshop
· Illustrator · InDesign · Microsoft Office · CYPE · Revit
Looking at history FINALIST Olympic Museum of Athens (Greece) ARCHMEDIUM - COMPETITION ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN
The enchanted forest ACCESSIT PRIZE Landscape integration of cellulose fabric in Pontevedra (Spain) ENCE - COMPETITION LANDSCAPE/ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN
Below your feet Sculpture museum in Leganés (Madrid, Spain) MADRID INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (COAM) - COMPETITION ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN
Earth-born Visitors center in Teide National Park (Tenerife, Spain) ARQUIA FOUNDATION - COMPETITION ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN
Undulating shell Day-nursery in Rue Pierre Budin (Paris, France) EMMANUEL COMBAREL, DOMINIQUE MARREC (ECDM) ARCHITECTES ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN
Three strangers in balance Hybrid public complex in Ivry-sur-Sein (Paris, France) ÉCOLE D’ARCHITECTURE DE PARIS VAL-DE-SEINE - ACADEMIC PROJECT ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN
Merging with the environment Urban park and cultural center in Buñol (Valencia, Spain) POLYTECHNIC UNIVERISTY OF VALENCIA - THESIS PROJECT LANDSCAPE DESIGN/ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN
Under the same roof Intermodal station in Bétera (Valencia, Spain) POLYTECHNIC UNIVERISTY OF VALENCIA - ACADEMIC PROJECT URBAN/ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN
Within the folds Multifunctional Pavillion in Mexico DF ARCHIVO DISENO Y ARQUITECTURA - COMPETITION ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN
“S”imple THIRD PRIZE 6 Urban concrete bench CEMEX - COMPETITION FURNITURE DESIGN 7
Oasis Public space and park in Roquetas de Mar (Almería, Spain) CARLOS CAMPOS - ESTUDIO DE ARQUITECTURA - COMPETITION LANDSCAPE/URBAN DESIGN
Urban ridge Residential building in Chartres (France) EMMANUEL COMBAREL, DOMINIQUE MARREC (ECDM) ARCHITECTES ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN
The trophy is you 13 Trophy concrete sculpture CEMEX - COMPETITION DESIGN 14
Dynamic structure Cultural Bazaar in Berlin (Germany) AARHUS SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE - ACADEMIC PROJECT ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN/LIGHTING DESIGN
Within the folds Multifunctional Pavillion in Mexico DF ARCHIVO - COMPETITION ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN The pavilion is generated by a single continuous plane that folds within itself. The same plane composes all the different elements in the pavilion: the floor, the walls and the covering, as well as services or furniture such as the kitchen, bar and seating. The pavilion is conceived as an habitable object. It doesnâ€™t follow any architectural typology or refers to any standard architectural systems, only its scale, which is big enough to allow people inside it. The pavilion encloses an open liberated space, able to support multiple activities. In addition to the cafeteria , the pavilion can be used for conferences, exhibitions, performances, parties, workshops etc. As the main service function, the kitchen/bar remains constant through the different activities. Along its path, the plane produces different openings that allow a direct perceptual relation with the surrounding garden, as well as varied gradient of light and shadow contrasts due to its changing heights and angles. The lighting system is a linear element formed by LED strips that follows the trace of the folding plane, emphasizing the pavilionâ€™s logic and form.
The enchanted forest
ACCESSIT PRIZE CO-AUTHOR WITH CARLOS CAMPOS GONZALEZ
Landscape Integration project in Pontevedra (Galicia, Spain) ENCE - COMPETITION LANDSCAPE/ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN
The project consisted in making a design proposal to integrate an enormous cellulose fabric in the surrounding landscape where it is located, the sea front of Pontevedra, Galicia. The project has to respect the different uses of the functioning fabric and try to reduce the total cost of the intervention to the minimum. The idea of the proposal is to combine the different materials used in the celullose production process in the form of visual screens. These screens are related to three different scales of the fabric in the main visible areas: A perimetral gabion wall filled with tree trunks, barks and wood chips, combined with plants and climbing vegetation, covers close up perspective; a screen of cardboard tubes covers medium height buildings; a screen formed of tree trunks surrounds and covers the highest group of buildings. The screens are undulated and divided into horizontal strips of different heights to generate variation. The materials represent the identity of the fabric and at the same time form an organic skin to integrate the fabric in its surrounding environment. These materials are easily be obtained in the same fabric, reducing costs significantly.
01- Estructura existente 02- Fachada edificio existente 03- Mensula perfil 1/2 IPE 400 04- Angular soldado L80 05- Conectores cilíndricos 06- Perfil circular 175mm.8mm 07- Pletina superior agujereada e8mm 08- Tornillos 09- Rollizo eucalipto tratamiento conservativo e ignifugante
01- Estructura metálica de soporte 02- Mensula perfil 1/2 IPE 600 03- Angular soldado L80 04- Perfil circular 175mm.8mm 05- Pletina superior agujereada e8mm 06- Tubo de cartón tratado
Vallado ligero Arbolado propuesto Muro de gaviones Pantallas de cilindros de carton Pantallas de troncos de madera
Below your feet Sculpture museum in LeganĂŠs (Madrid, Spain) MADRID INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (COAM) - COMPETITION ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN The project consisted in designing a sculpture museum with an outdoor and indoor exhibition in a preexisting park with a historical building. The aim was to preserve all the preexisting trees and the building while generating a public space to relate the interior and exterior exhibitions. The museum is placed under the only tree-free area in the site to avoid the destruction of the green area, and the preexisting building is assigned with a function different from the museum. A patio system organizes the exterior and the interior of the project, generating a visual relation between both and obtaining natural light and ventilation in the inside. The patios allow the visitor in the public space to understand there is another exhibition under their feet, suggesting them to visit it. The built volume is placed strategically as an articulation between the new museum and the park, being visible from both sides and unifying the project and the whole site.
Section B - Bâ€™
1. The trees and the historical building are preserved
3. Patios are opened to relate visually exterior and interior while illuminating and ventilating the exhibition
2. The new interior exhibition is placed under a pedestrian space, free of trees.
4. The main building containing the program is places strategically to organize and unify the whole site
VIew of the pedestrian area
VIew of the pedestrian area
VIew of access building at night
Section A - A’
PROJECT DEVELOPED AT ECDM (EMMANUEL COMBAREL, DOMINIQUE MARREC)
Day-nursery in Rue Pierre Budin (Paris, France)
EMMANUEL COMBAREL, DOMINIQUE MARREC (ECDM) ARCHITECTES ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN The project is located in suburban Paris, in an enviroment of disordered heterogenous architecture. Giving up the possibility to improve this chaotic enviroment, the project closes itself from it. To do so, the project develops around an interior central patio surrounded by a wall that acts like a protective shell. This shell is built with glass reinforced prefabricated concrete panels fixed by a steel structure to a concrete structural wall. The modular shell forms an undulating surface giving the appearance of a soft cushioned skin. The neutral white color and the undulation of its shape give the facade an abstract appearance in relation to its surroundings, while its softness appeals to infant nature. In the upper floor a differentiated volumen cladded in wood contains the employers living quarters.
The project was built in 2012
RC + 2
RC + 1
FACADE CONSTRUCTION DETAILS
Merging with the environment Urban park and cultural center in Buñol (Valencia, Spain) POLYTECHNIC UNIVERISTY OF VALENCIA - THESIS PROJECT LANDSCAPE DESIGN/ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN The project is located in a complex topography, between the city’s historical castle and a gully. The goal of the project was to preserve the natural quality of the site while regenerating the area’s activity. To achieve this, the steepness of the topography is solved with a series of terraces, built with earth from the site itself in the form of rammed earth walls, that organize the different spaces and allow the visitor to easily move around the park. The cultural center is a consequence of this logic, merging into the terrain as the rest of the terraces, while generating the access to the park and public plaza in its roof with views towards the landscape. The building separates from the existing wall to obtain natural sunlight and cross ventilation. Earth construction reduces the building’s ecological footprint: reducing energy cost and CO2 emissions while passively saving energy thanks to its large thermal inertia. To relate the different areas of the park and solve the furniture, a system of wooden pieces is designed, that adapt to the irregular forms of the site thanks to its orthogona disposition and vary according to its function. All the vegetation used is local and most of it was preserved from the original park. A rainwater storage system is designed for irrigation.
Historical center viewpoint
Access to castle
Cultural center Rootop viewpoint plaza
Activity area intimate area
View of the activity area
Access to the castle
Cafeteria and cultural center terrace
Rooftop plaza and viewpoint
General plan E
CONSTRUCTION DETAIL SECTION
First floor slab concrete bubble deck
Ground floor Rooftop concrete bubble deck
Preexisting wall Rammed earth walls Bubbledeck
LIGHT AND VENTILATION
SLAB AND ENCLOSURE WALL STRUCTURAL CALCULATION
WALL- DECK MEETING; WINDOW DETAIL
CEMEX - COMPETITION FURNITURE DESIGN Concrete technology has advanced greatly during the past decades. Since its origins, concrete has been considered a massive material with heavy and stone-like properties. This concept has changed. New technologies provide light, plastic and slender properties to concrete like self-compacting concrete, fiber reinforced concrete or translucent concrete. The objective of the design has been the search of a form that represents these new properties while following fundamental characteristics such as modulation, series production, ergonomics and adaptability to different environment. The conclusion is a simple form, a slender plane that folds in itself. The curves and the thin section of the plane transmits a light and plastic appearance, demonstrating the new possibilities of concrete technology.
PROPERTIES Glass Reinforced Concrete (GRC) Industrialized production Stand alone stability, no anchorage VOLUME 1.37m x 1.4m x 0.05m = 0.096m3 WEIGHT 0.096m3 x 2500 kg/m3 (GRC) = 240 kg
PROJECT DEVELOPED AT CARLOS CAMPOS GONZALEZ - ESTUDIO DE ARQUITECTURA
Public space and park in Roquetas de Mar (AlmerĂa, Spain) ROQUETAS DE MAR TOWNHALL - COMPETITION LANDSCAPE DESIGN The site is located in a fragmented urban area where the city demands a protection from its arid climate. A meeting place in the shade to develop colective activities. The project is designed as an oasis to the city. Opposed to a fragmented solution, the project follows a united composition, organized around a central distribution of the program. The park develops concentrically. While the center is clear, vegetation increases its density towards the limits of the site acting as a filter with the environment. The park connects with the city through a perimetral pathway, that links the different streets with the site, and a diagonal pathway, that rises as a platform breaking its direction to generate the main stands in the center of the park. This platform comprises all of the programâ€™s requirements underneath it (library, changing rooms, cafeteria and installations) in a single central element that gives service to the park. The diagonal pathway divides the park in two areas: the different sports fields to one side, and the water feature and skate park to the other.
01 01 - ESPACIO EXTERIOR DE LECTURA 02 - ACTIVIDADES CULTURALES 03 - GRADERIO 04 - PISTA DEPORTIVA 05 - FUTBOL 7 06 - VESTUARIOS 07 - JUEGOS DE NIﾃ前S 08 - SKATE PARK 09 - GIMKANA Y CARRIL BICI 10 - BAR 11 - ZONA DE MASCOTAS 13- ASEOS PUBLICOS 14- ESPACIO POLIVALENTE 15 - BIBLIOTECA
Looking at history
Olympic Museum of Athens (Greece) ARCHMEDIUM - COMPETITION ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN
The project consisted in designing a new museum in Athens that would contain an exhibition about the history of the Olympic games. The site was located in the historical center of Athens, about 500m away from the acropolis. The objective of this project was to design a museum in service of the exhibitionâ€™s content, evoking ancient Greek civilization, the origin of the Olympic games. To achieve this, the project focuses all its attention towards the acropolis, the most important architectural heritage from the ancient Greek culture. The building rises as part of the terrain to look directly towards it, transforming the Acropolis into the main scenario and background of the exhibition. The museumâ€™s program develops vertically. The itinerary starts at the top and goes down, finishing at ground level. All along the exhibition, visitors have a panoramic view of the impressive Acropolis.
Viewpoint 125m2 Restaurant - Cafe 490m2 Exhibition + Interactive space 720m2 Exhibition + Interactive space 1235m2 Exhibition + Interactive space 1835m2 Public space + shop + Auditorium 3150m2
Non-accesible 3530m2 Accesible 2950m2
PROJECT DEVELOPED AT ECDM (EMMANUEL COMBAREL, DOMINIQUE MARREC)
Residential building in Chartres (France)
EMMANUEL COMBAREL, DOMINIQUE MARREC (ECDM) ARCHITECTES ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN The objective of the project was to respect the small scale and green nature of the site’s surroundings while solving the program’s requirements. The building unfolds horizontally along the northern limit of the parcel, generating an interior green park looking south. To respect the scale of its environment, the continuous linear volume changes its height abruptly dividing the main volume into sub-volumes, opening a visual relation between the exterior and the green area inside while generating a ridge-like elevation. This allows a double height entrance that connects directly with the community park inside and allows natural illumination of the main staircase. There are three different size housing modules (1, 2 and 3 bedrooms). The parking area is solved in a single semi-buried level to achieve natural light and ventilation.
1 bedroom 2 bedroom 3 bedroom
Standard floor plan DETACHMENT FROM THE BASE
DOUBLE HEIGHT HALL
NATURAL VENTILATION AND ILUMINATION PARKING
VOLUME DIVISION BY FAULTS
North elevation perspective
North elevation - Access
East elevation perspective
South elevation - Inner garden
Sun and ventilation diagram
Views and acoustic diagram
Earthborn Visitors center in Teide National Park (Tenerife, Spain) ARQUIA FOUNDATION - COMPETITION ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN
The project consisted in proposing a flexible construction system capable of adapting itseld to its location. The location was a project decision and had to be inside a park or natural area. The program consists of three functions of equal surface: cafeteria, exhibition and services, with the possibility of organizing them in a single volume or in separate volumes. The project is built with two construction systems: the first one forms the vertical structure and it is composed of rammed earth walls. Earth is cheap, it relates the building with its natural environment and it returns to the ground once the life-span of the building is over. The arid location chosen, Teide National Park, accentuates the relationship between building and landscape. The second system forms the covering, composed by light composite panels supported by steel beams, prefabricated material that be easily dismantled. The three functions are organized in three volumes of different heights, connected with one another and looking at special viewpoints in the surrounding landscape.
Three strangers in balance Hybrid public complex in Ivry-sur-Sein (Paris, France) ÉCOLE D’ARCHITECTURE DE PARIS VAL-DE-SEINE - ACADEMIC PROJECT ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN The challenge of the project was to fulfill its program: to combine sports, music and administration functions in a single building. These three different functions have specific spatial dimensions and characteristics that constrain the project’s design: the auditorium (music), the dojo and climbing wall (sports) and the offices (administration). The objective of the project was to optimize each function individually and preserve its formal identity. In order to achieve this, the three functions are grouped in three different volumes that follow the form of their function. Once together, instead of merging into one undifferentiated volume or “wrapping” them with a unifying skin, they rest on each other in balance, maintaining their singular form. To make this more evident, the texture of each volume is different, although the material used, (aluminum) is the same. The main interstitial space between the volumes becomes the distribution hall, a triple-height void that relates the three functions. The main access to the hall takes places through a pedestrian axis in the south side of the site.
Auditorium cafeteria and main access
Under the same roof Intermodal station in BĂŠtera (Valencia, Spain) POLYTECHNIC UNIVERISTY OF VALENCIA - ACADEMIC PROJECT LANDSCAPE DESIGN/ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN
The project consisted in designing a small intermodal station for the sprawled town of Betera, with the purpose of improving the connection within itself and with the city of Valencia. The program consists of a station (metro station, bus/taxi station, parking) and an office building. The aim of the project was to design a space for the town with a value in itself. An interesting place to go to more than just a transitory space. To achieve this, a pedestrian area is designed in the inside of the block, while the program is grouped in the border of the site in two volumes (offices and station). The parking is organized in one floor and lighted and ventilated naturally by patios. The stationâ€™s continuous covering extends along the park, comprising both volumes, protecting them from direct sunlight and unifying the project. It is conceived as an extension of the pavement, a continuous surfaces that adapts to the environment and acts as the door between the city and the station.
View of the pedestrian interior
The trophy is you 13 Trophy concrete sculpture CEMEX - COMPETITION DESIGN The project consists in designing a trophey for competition winners that represents the values of concrete manufacturer CEMEX. CEMEX fosters innovation and development, and one of the ways to promote these values is through competitions. A competition is an opportunity to face new challenges, to innovate and go beyond possibilities. The aim of the design was to emphasize the importance that competitions have in the relation between enterprise and professionals, the reciprocal interest of both in going forward. The objective was to praise the designer ‘s will and capacity to innovate. To represent this, the proposal consists in a “triumph frame”, a window that shows the face of the winner. The sculpture becomes a tool to praise the winner who is the true protagonist, instead of focusing the attention towards the trophey. The form is that of a simple square frame that has been cut through in angles to emphasize perspective. The trophey is manufactured with glass reinforced concrete with two differentiated textures, as a proof of the possibilities of concrete technology and the enterprise’s quality: a smooth interior representing innovation and rough exterior representing nature.
VOLUME 8’079 x 10-4 m³ DENSITY 2300 kg/m³ (GRC) WEIGHT 2300 kg/m³ (GRC) x 8’079 x 10-4 m³ = 1’858 kg
EXTERIOR ROUGH MATTE WOOD NATURE
INTERIOR SMOOTH/PLASTIC SHINING FIBRE GLASS TECHNOLOGY
Dynamic structure 14 Cultural Bazaar in Berlin (Germany)
AARHUS SCHOOL OF ARCHITCTURE - ACADEMIC PROJECT ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN/LIGHTING DESIGN The project consisted in developing a socio-cultural area in a green promenade along the river Spree in the Kreuzberg district. The requirement was the structure must have the capability to â€œgrowâ€?, to change through time. The objective was to design a process: a series of laws able to adapt itself to the different circumstances. The old bazaars and markets were studied and taken as an example of a system where a series of light elements developed around fix structures or locations and, according to activity, generated the different densities, connections, and spaces. The system proposed followed the same logic; an umbrella-like structure is designed as the light element with the capability to change and grow, while the fixed element is composed of generic multifunctional buildings that are independent and able to generate interior spaces. First, the fixed buildings are built in situations related to the environment. Then, as activity starts around them, the umbrellas are installed progressively, generating a mat covering of different heights and sizes. According to the timeline of construction, each umbrella will have a different color to recognize the different stages of the process and to differentiate activity areas. The umbrella structures harvest rainwater and serve as light installation.
Generic fixed structure
Published on Oct 29, 2012