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KAREN MEZA ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO


CURRICULUM VITAE EDUCATION Y FORMATION

Ana Karen Meza Corona ARCHITECT

Fall 2012 - Fall 2017

Bachelor´s degree in Architecture, Universidad Iberoamericana.

Spring 2016

Academic Exchange, Universitat Internacional de Catalunya.

Summer 2015

Paper Structures Workshop, by UIA.

WORK AND SOCIAL EXPERIENCE Fall 2016 - Fall 2017

Project assistant, 2d drawing, 3d modeling, contact with the

CONTACT Phone number: +52 5532001265

client, fieldwork. Spring 2016

Fundació Bancs Dels Aliments, Barcelona, Spain. Urban network improvement assistant, redesign the distribution

E-mail: kareng_mc@live.com Address: E je 4 Xola #16, Alamos, México City

Constructora Tiarcon, México City.

of establishments. Summer 2017

Colegio El Girasol, Querétaro. Project library, plans modification, architectural proposal,3d

Nationality: Mexican

modeling, Laser cutting workshop.

SKILLS INTERESTS Sustainable Architecture Materials innovation LEED Certifications Digital programs Interior design Illumination

Autocad

Rhinoceros

Illustrator

Excel

Revit

Grasshopper

Photoshop

Power Point

3ds Max

Sketchup

InDesign

Word

LANGUAGES Spanish (Native) English

TOEFL IBT. Score: 97 TOEFL ITP. Score: 578 CAE, Cambridge 2011


CONTENT 01/ TaxqueĂąa Intervention

02/ Embarcadero Commercial Plaza

03/ LaWindBellaFarmAirosa

Pedro de los 04/ San Pinos Market

Eje Central 04/ Residential


Site analysis

Metro Trolleybus Light rail Bus Travel bus

Mobility

TaxqueĂąa Intervention/ MĂŠxico City

The purpose of the flea market is to recover residual spaces. This is achieved by creating a series of roofs that will relocate in a flexible space the stalls and improve the area organization. The roofs and columns will have the function of collecting rainwater and the roof will have a grid opening mechanism to control lighting and ventilation.

Currently, the average annual influx is 176,573

Influx

Architectural plan

Facade/Section


Design process

Typology stalls

Column process

Roof process

Form

Dimension

Dried fruit

Form

Placement of trusses

Tessellation

Tessellation

Flowers

Final product

Central polygon opening

Accessories Opening of grids

Roofs functioning 1.00

2.00

STEEL PLATE

2.00

2.00

1.00

1.00

2.00

2.00

1.00 1.00

2.00

Groceries

METAL GRID

WOOD CLADDING (CEILING)

3.50 3.50

STRUCTURAL WOODEN TRUSSES STEEL PLATE WATER COLLECTOR

CISTERN PVC TUBE

ISOLATED FOOTING

Food

RENDERS

Slope/ Elevation


Site analysis

Urban market Smaller commercial Locales comerciales maspremises pequeños

PLAZA ARRECIFE Arrecife Plaza

PLAZA BOMBAY Bombay Plaza

Locales màs accesibles More accessible premises

PLAZA EMBARCADERO Embarcadero Plaza

PABELLON COSTERA Pabellon Costera

Morevariedad variety Mayor

Placede toestar rest Lugar

PLAZA PEGOLAS Pergolas Plaza

Competition

Business hours L

T

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A

SF SN

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M

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PN FF

E mbarcadero

Commercial Plaza/

Acapulco, Guerrero

Further more, this project is about bringing new stores that are eye-catching for the users, which have a schedule that covers most of the day.

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C

B

PB GF

C C

A

SF SN

S

GF PB

B

F

C

C M

S

H

S B

Afternoon TARDE

B

M

C

FF PN

H

Day DÍA

T

PN FF

M

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C

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M A

B

S

L

C

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The project consists of renovating the existing Embarcadero plaza, in which the plans will be modified and a second level will be created. It also seeks to have a more open system and a more strategic way to place the commercial premises, to avoid abandonment in the plaza.

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T

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H

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C

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PB GF

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Night NOCHE

Restaurants Restaurantes

Commercial uses

Entertainment Entretenimiento Services Servicios Bars Bares


Architectural plans

N AVE L ALEMA A MIGUE

CARABELA LA NIÑA STREET

COSTER

LOCAL 66 PREMISE

Premise - 233 Local 1 -1233 m2m2 Premise - 207 Local 2 -2207 m2m2

Local 3 -389 m2m2 Premise - 89

PREMISE5 5 LOCAL

Premise - 255 Local 4 -4255 m2m2 Premise - 104 Local 5 -5104 m2m2

LOCAL 44 PREMISE

Premise - 197 Local 6 -6197 m2m2

PREMISE LOCAL 3 3

LOCAL 22 PREMISE

LOCAL 1 1 PREMISE

Total: 1085 1085 m2 m2 Total:

PREMISE 11

Local 7 -7 462 m2 Premise - 462 m2 Local 8 8 - 161 Premise - 161m2 m2 Local 9 9 - 255 Premise - 255m2 m2 Local 1010 - 104 Premise - 104m2 m2 Local 11 290 Premise 11 - 290m2 m2

PREMISE 10

PREMISE 9

PREMISE 8

PREMISE 7

Total: 1272 m2 Total: 1272 m2

ACAPULC O

PREMISE 16

Premise - 369m2 m2 Local 1212- 369 Premise - 161m2 m2 Local 1313- 161

PREMISE 15

Local 1414- 255 Premise - 255m2 m2 Local 1515- 104 Premise - 104m2 m2

Premise - 290m2 m2 Local 1616- 290 Total: 1179 m2

Total: 1179 m2

PREMISE 14

PREMISE 13

PREMISE 12

RENDERS


Actual situation Existing building

F: 89.43 m2 A: 93.84 m2 B: 80.85 m2 D: 41.23 m2 C: 37.88 m2 E: 68.77 m2 G: 121.36 m2

A B F

D

C

E

G

La

Bella Airosa Wind Farm/

Symbology Simbología Site Predio

Pachuca, México

Pharmacy Farmacia Bars Bares

The purpose of the wind farm is to rescue the ruins of what was once a mining center in the colony La Minerva.

Restaurants Restaurantes Schools Escuelas Church Iglesia Hospital Hospital /Clinica

The project takes advantage of the topography of the place for the placement of wind turbines which will help improve the energy service in Pachuca. In the building there are three existing volumes conserved, for which only two volumes were implemented to form the whole project.

Bank Banco

Baja California Norte 165.7 MW

Instalaciones de Energía Wind farms in Eólica en México 2015 México 2015

SAN LUIS POTOSI

Wind capacity

200 MW

NUEVO LEÓN

148 MW

TAMAULIPAS

54 MW

Percentage of capacity MW by state

Percentage of capacity MW Gamesa - 58.2

Porcentaje de Capacidad MW

Gamesa - 54.1%

Porcentaje de Capacidad MW por Estado

Oaxaca - 76.8%

Acciona - 23.8%

Nuevo León - 6.5%

Vestas - 13.2%

San Luis Potosi - 5.5%

Clipper - 4.8%

Baja California Norte - 4.8%

Alstom - 3.3%

Puebla - 2.1%

GE - 0.7%

Tamaulipas - 1.8% Jalisco - 1.6% Chiapas - 0.9%

PUEBLA

66 MW

OAXACA

2,359.97 MW

JALISCO 50.4 MW

CHIAPAS

28.8 MW


Architectural plans

Operation diagram

ZONA DE PROTOTIPOS PROTOTYPES AREA S1 B1

ZONA DE CONTROL CONTROL AREA PB GF

LABORATORIO DE PROTOTIPOS

Prototype laboratory ZONA DE CREACIÓN Y PRUEBA Creation and test area MÁQUINA PRUEBA DE PALA Simulation zone MÁQUINA PRUEBA TREN DE POTENCIA Boardroom

FF P1

ZONA DE SIMULACIONES SALA DE JUNTAS

SF P2

ZONA DE PLAZA PLAZA AREA PB GL

ZONA DE COMPUTADORAS Computer zone MÓDULO DE BAÑOS Historical collection ACERVO HISTÓRICO Restrooms ZONA DE ARCHIVOS ZONA DE LECTURA Living area

ÁREA DE ESTAR/DESCANSO Boardroom SALA DE JUNTAS

MURO LLORÓN ANTIGUO

Water ESPEJO mirror DE AGUA Old weeping wall

ZONA GENERAL GENERAL AREA PB GF

CUBO DE CRISTAL ACCESO

S1 B1

Glass cube access

FF

AUDITORIO

P1

SALA DE ILUMINACIÓN Auditorium ANFITEATRO Lighting room TERRAZA Amphitheater MÓDULO DE BAÑOS Terrace Restrooms

RECEPCIÓN Reception OFICINA DIRECTOR CENTRO EÓLICO Director´s office MÓDULO office DE BAÑO Subdirector´s OFICINA SUBDIRECTOR CENTRO EÓLICO Restrooms MÓDULO DE BAÑO

ZONA DE TORRES DE MEDICIÓN

Ground floor

Lounge of multiple uses

Cafeteria ZONA DE USOS MÚLTIPLES CAFETERÍA

ZONA DE OFICINAS OFFICE AREA PB GF

MEASURING TOWERS AREA GF

PB

CAPACITACIÓN Training room ZONAhall DE SALONES (10-20 PERSONAS) Exhibition EXPOSICIONES Restrooms SALA DE EXPOSICIONES MÓDULO DE BAÑOS

Anemometric tower TORRE ANEMOMÉTRICA Climatic tower

ARRIOSTRADA 10M TORRE CLIMATOLÓGICA ARRIOSTRADA 10M

Cross-Sections

First floor

RED OAK

FIR

SUNFLOWER

WITHE LILY

MULLEIN

BERMUDA GRASS

JACARANDA

PLUM

PINE

LAVANDER

RENDERS

ZONA DE AUDITORIO AUDITORIUM AREA GFPB


Site analysis

Radio between markets

Noise frequency

Physical barriers

Pedestrian flow

Street typology Parish San Vicente Ferrer

Proportion 1:2.5

Proportion 1:2

Proportion 1:2

Proportion 1:1.5

Market

San Pedro de los Pinos Market/ MĂŠxico City

The project consists of the renovating the current market located in the San Pedro de Los Pinos neighborhood, which presented problems of disorganization and abandonment in certain areas. The remodeling began by relocating the current stalls and by creating a food court in the first level. The ventilation and lighting system also improved by creating a lattice, as well as by playing with different heights. The roofs were used to create an urban garden, which benefited the merchants.

Health centers

Green areas

Schools

Urban image

HORIZONTAL WINDOWS Window series Union element

CANOPY 3 Different types


Architectural plans

Typology stalls Flowers

Seafood

Meat/Fowl Ground Floor Bicycle Parking EST. BICICLETAS

Spices ESPECIAS

RestDE area ÀREA DESCANSO

Fruit/vegetables FRUTAS Y VERDURAS

Kids DE area ÁREA NIÑOS

ABARROTES Groceries

Beauty ESTÉTICAS

shop Parking lot BAHÍA Cellars BODEGAS

First Floor

AVES Fowl

Meat CARNES

Roofs

Prepared seafood MARISCOS COMIDA PREPARADA

TECHOS 13M Roof 13m

Prepared food COMIDA PREPARADA (TAPAS)

TECHOS 10M Roof 10m

Roof TECHO

TECHOS Roof 5m5M

Restrooms BAÑOS

HUERTOS Urban garden

Dried fruit/Spices

Ramps/bridges RAMPAS/PUENTES

Fish PESCADOS

Restrooms BAÑOS

FLORERÍA Flower shop

Escaleras Stairs

RAMPAS/PUENTES Ramps/bridges

Urban garden

Plantation distance (cm) Between Between plants row Lettuce

20

30

Cabbage

45

Tomato

30

Cherry Tomato

Between Between plants row

Height

25

Onion

50

30

70

100

25

50

Potato

20

Carrot

8

Height

10/15

30

25

Cucumber

50

100

60

Chilli

25

50

40

100

Mint

25

50

40

80

50

Cilantro

15

20

15/20

20

15

Oregano

15

20

15/20

Vegetation layer Filter layer Waterproofing membrane

e

Fruit/ Vegetables

Functioning Capa de Substrate substrato layer Capa Drainage layer drenante Structural support Soporte estructural

Compound Substrate Drainage

Sunlight/Ventilation Ventilation Sunlight

RENDERS


Urban project

Photo exhibitions

Digital metrobus stops

Commercial premises Automatic Pedestrian corridor bollards

S E C T O R 1

E je

Trade spaces

Redensification

Formal trades

Urban gardens

Central Residential/

MĂŠxico City

The residential consists of two blocks of buildings each in a different block. They are joined in the second level by a kind of threshold. Which refers a doorway to Eje Central street. The project is accompanied by an urban intervention that joins Garibaldi and Vizcainas, creating a shopping area and more pleasant accessible pedestrian zones.

S E C T O R

Urban section Public transport two lanes: Metrobus

2

PROJECT

Tunnel covering

S E C T O R 3

Ground level trades


Residential Commerce

Type plan

Create terraces

DISTRIBUTION

View to Eje Central

Ground floors/Commerce

Residential Amenities

View point

Commerce Metrobus

RENDERS

Design process

Architectural plans


Ana Karen Meza Corona Email: kareng_mc@live.com Cel: 5532001265

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