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LORENZO BAUZA PORTFOLIO

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The following document is a compilation of architecture school work and other real projects, also drawings and photographs.

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Napo River_Amazonas_ Peru_2009.

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BIOGRAPHY_CV EDUCATION

2009 - 2015 1 semester 2016

FIRST NAME: LORENZO LAST NAME: BAUZA D.O.B:

05/12/1988

VISA: WORKING HOLIDAY MAIL: lorenzo.bauza.m@ gmail.com PHONE: +56406006210

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

2007 2009-2010 Jan - Mar 2010 Mar - Dic 2014 Jan - Mar 2015 1 SEMESTER 2016 2 SEMESTER 2016 CURRENTLY

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Degree in architecture Diego Portales University. Santigo, Chile. Diploma on new technologies for architecture based in B.I.M system using Revit Program. Catolica University. Santiago, Chile. Santiago, Chile . Santiago deChile . Cape Orchard company, architecture area. Capetown Sudafrica. Neorevestimiento, Crystal compan y. Santiago de Chile . Town council of Lago Verde, architecture area. Aysen region, Chile. Santiago, Chile Uncle Bob Carpentry, Carpentry and Handy jobs Sydney, Australia . Native Spanish English 5,5 IELTS Revit, Autocad, Sketchup, Photoshop, Ilustraitor, Indesign

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ICEBERG_CITY

NASA_SATELITAL PHOTO

In July 2012 there was news that a huge mass of ice the size of Manhattan was traveling adrift after detached from the Petermann Glacier in northwestern Greenland. From such information and satellite images, was born the idea of creating a photomontage of Manhattan skyline on a giant drifting iceberg. 6


PHOTOMONTAGE

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MEETING_PLACE

The project, a small hut to gather and share, that is why a brazier with a grill that connects the kitchen was created in the center, thinking the fire as the nucleus of the home that would be in charge of gathering. The programs and circulations were distributed around the heat, in the first level the most public area and in the second level the private area where there is also the relation with fire but with a different frame and more in the privacy.

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C.I.D.A.I.D.A INVESTIGATION CENTER OF AGRICULTURE WASTE FOR THE INNOVATION IN ARCHITECTURE

Center that analyzes and develops architectural possibilities from agricultural waste in the region, for it, is strategically situated at the entrance of a south city named Talca that its one of the most agricultural producer in the region, to be a central place within the different agents cooperating in research and development as are: academic, financial and public.

The building is understood as a set of varied programs that are unified and integrated under a single cover, also the programas are articulated between them from a central core in which the products are developed , enhancing the different disciplines such as: work, education and recreation, to cooperate together . 10


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FAST_PACK_SHELTER In the last 20 years, 4,400 million people have been affected by natural disastersor environmental accidents according to the report made by the United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNISDR). That is, 64% of the world’s population has been impacted in some way or another by some calamity, causing damages over 2.0 trillion dollars in total. Chile is the ninth country that has lost more money for damages from natural disasters, disbursing since 1992, more than $31,000 million.

The fast pack shelter born of the analogy of plastic fruit assemblig boxes, rescuing its fold and stacking and industrial process. It is designed in glass fiber reinforced polyester, allowing a high resistance mechanics, low weight for transportation and installation and also corrosion resistance and weatherability, decreasing the need of maintenance.

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EXPERIMENTAL_VAULT OF ELECTRO COOKING

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The project begins by noting the brick makers and craft of Paniahue , Santa Cruz VI region Chile , focusing on its raw material (the clay) and this firing process . Understanding the importance of the application of new technologies in the field to make it more efficient and can last as identifying value within production areas. PANIAHUE

INTERCOMUNAL PARK

BRICKWORKERS

ESTERO CHIMBARONGO

CLAY - TECHNOLOGY - COOKING - IDENTITY 19


The idea of baking the clay in situ is not complicated, since it’s nothing more than going back to the beginnings of architecture in clay. Adobe architecture consists simply of moulded and sun-dried clay. But if we want improve the quality and resistance of the material, we need temperatures greater than those achieved by simply letting it dry in the sun. The optimum temperature to cook the clay varies between 900-1000 Cº and it gets vitrified if it exceeds 1,300 Cº. CLAY

ELECTRICITY

METALIC MESH

For this purpose, micro wave transducers were modified, increasing their resistance and decreasing their voltage to be safe in use, connected to a metallic mesh that when heated, cooks the coated clay.

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CLAY WHIT GROG, MIXED WHIT LESS OF 70% IN VOLUME ACERRIN ELECTRO WELDED MESH ACMA 5.0 X 2.6 X 0.042 MT ELECTRICAL CONNECTION DRAWER MALLA ACMA

FISCAL BRICK

MORE REFINING RADIER SELLOFOR BAUTECK STEAM BAR POLIETILENO 3MM BED OF RIPIO 10 CM FILLING BY SOIL MECHANICS CLEANING CONCRETE

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ARJAN_HOUSE This project was carried out in South Africa, for a rock climber, on a plane in the mount, using the rock of the place as organizer of programs, as in the bathroom where the shower is behind a rock and the bed master window Frames the rock wall as a background stage.

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CHILEAN_HOUSE this project is from a famous Chilean architect called Smiljan Radic, I measure the house and passed to Revit during the postgraduate course of BIM for an exercise.

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BAY OF FIRE_HOUSE This project was an exercise during my visit to Tasmania, where I select a few proyects and using just pictures I modeled in Revit, this is a small house in Bay of Fires Tasmania designed by Tim Penny, where local material and basic carpentry was used.

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