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Manuel Zuloaga ARCHITECTURE


EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND Scientific French Baccalaureat, Mont-Blanc high school, Chamonix-Mont-Blanc, France. opt. engineering sciences and mathematics with honours.

France, 2013.

Bachelor of Architecture at EPFL, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Lausanne, Switzerland. Studios and architecture’s teachers : y1 : ALICE, Anne-Chantal Rufer and Dieter Dietz. y1’: ALICE, Edouard Cabay and Dieter Dietz. y2 : SUBLAB, Richard Nguyen and Dominique Perrault. y3 : ALPS, Paola Vigano

Switzerland, 2019.

Exchange semester erasmus program in Architecture at UPV, Polytechnical School of Valencia, Spain. Studios and architecture’s teachers : TALLER 4, Jose Maria Urcelay.

Spain, 2017-2018.

EXPERIENCE AND VOLUNTEERING

Gap year in Australia, to learn English and accumulate odd jobs experience (gardener, dishwasher, shelving in supermarket...). USLS University Scholars Leadership Symposium, student participant, Hong-Kong. Coach EPFL, for the first year students.

Australia, 2013-2014.

China, 2015. Switzerland, 2015-2016.

HOUSE ONE structure workshop, in April 2016 to build a 11x11x11m balloon frame timber with ALICE LAB EPFL.

Switzerland, 2016.

Seoul Seminar with SUB-Lab EPFL, 2 weeks workshop with EWHA University of Seoul and Dominique Perrault.

South-Korea, 2017.

Building Cultures, Summer Chantier, 3 weeks workshop in Valparaiso, Chile, in collaboration with ETHZ, Hong-Kong Polytechnic University and the school of Architecture of Valparaiso. Directed by Patricia Guaita, Raffael Baur, Sony Devabhaktuni and David Joly.

Chile, 2017.

Richter Dahl Rocha Architecture, Lausanne, 6 months internship.

Switzerland, Feb-Aug 2018.

Le Bourg bar and club, Lausanne, bartender and reception, part time job.

Switzerland, Jan-July 2019.


AWARDS AND DISTINCTIONS Swiss Design 1st Price,

Switzerland, 2017.

UPIAV 1st price,

Switzerland, 2017.

Landolt Challenge 2nd price,

Switzerland, 2017.

1 publications in the BestOf 2017 Magazine.

Switzerland, 2017.

for HOUSE ONE, ALICE EPFL. reward the best second year project of the Architecture Faculty at EPFL for our project Subsractive City in Seoul. a competition about sustainable students’s projects for our project Temporary Transportable Eco-Village. for «Temporary Transportable Eco-Village». This book presents 33 student projects representative of the vast urbanistic and architectural reflection issued annually at the design studios of the École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne.

SKILLS Rhinoceros 3D

10/10

Adobe Photoshop

10/10

Adobe InDesign

10/10

Adobe Illustrator

10/10

Adobe Premiere Pro

10/10

Microsoft Office

10/10

Lasercutting

10/10

LANGUAGES French

10/10

English

fluent, 9/10

Spanish

fluent, 8/10

German

beginner, A1-A2.

PASSIONS AND CENTER OF INTEREST

Grasshopper for rhino 3D

9/10

V-Ray for rhino 3D

9/10

ARCHICAD 21

9/10

Adobe After Effects

8/10

AutoCAD

8/10

Cinema 4D

7/10

3D printing

7/10

Ski Freerando / Freeride, Freeride World Qualifier’s athlete.

HTML / CSS

7/10

Yoga.

Filmmaking / Photography. Mountains and Ocean sports and activities. Trail-Running, SaintéLyon 2016 72km finisher and UTMB-CCC 2017 101km / 6100 d+ finisher and 4th in my category. Next one : X-Traversée Verbier St-Bernard 73km / 4900 d+ in July 2019.


a few words... My name is Manuel, I’m French and Spanish. I was born in winter, in the earth of the Alps. Since the beginning of my life I have a very strong relation with nature. Ever since I can remember, I’ve always been fascinated and obsessed by images and beautiful things. I think that the beauty can be found in the imperfection of the shapes of nature. Nonetheless, as I hesitated a lot between studying mathematics, physics and architecture, I like when the built world is radical, pure, repetitive, brut, almost taken as a scientific discipline, but with a human and visual aspect. Well, this is what I think for the moment. In parallel at these intellectuals visions, I truly love outdoor sports, especially in extremes environnement, in the mountains or in the oceans. It helps me to maintain a balance in life, to keep being connected with nature, to explore and, in a way, to develop my creativity by having fun and pushing my limits. I started my architecture studies with the ALICE studio at EPFL directed by profesor Dieter Dietz. During my time in ALICE, I’ve learnt a lot about space, deep architectural’s concepts and also about teamworking. I chosed the SUBLAB studio for my second year, directed by french profesor Dominique Perrault. It was the best and the most rewarding academic year of my life, we explored the possibilities of the underground architecture by working on the gallery Eulji-ro in Seoul, South Korea. We’ve also presented our projects of reconversion of this tunnel at the Seoul Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism 2017. During the summer 2017, I went in Chile to participate to an experimental workshop at the open city of the architectural school of Valparaiso directed by Patricia Guaita, Raffael Baur and Sony Devabhaktuni. Then I went in Valencia in Spain for my academic exchange year, I chosed the TALLER 4 studio directed by profesor Jose Maria Urcelay where I’ve learnt a lot about the human life aspect in the design process of personal houses. Due to personal reasons, I stayed only one semester and then did a 6 months internship at Richter Dahl Rocha Architects in Lausanne, Switzerland. As I stayed one semester instead of one year in Spain, I have now to do again my third year of architecture until july. I chosed the ALPS studio directed by the italian urbanist Paola Vigano to explore more about urbanism. We analyzed first the territory of the «grand Geneve» and then we aim to imagine the futur of his urbanism with a smaller scale by 2050. I’m still open to discover new cultures and new forms of practice around the world and I am looking for further opportunities to improve my understanding of architecture in the year to come.

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Double Elements.

P. 9-11.

HOUSE ONE - Reflection.

P. 13-15.

Subsractive City.

P. 17-23.

Davos ice rink structure.

P. 25-29.

Temporary Transportable Eco-Village.

P. 31-37.

Workshops in Chile and South Korea.

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Double Elements

Lausanne, Switzerland. ALICE, with Jeremy Morris and Lucy Allioth.

The idea was to experiment the roof of the Aula des Cèdres by Jean Tschumi in Lausanne, to extend it until create a new space above and under. A space where the people can be directly connected with the wood, the concrete and the environment. As a double element we had the door and the bed that we tried to retranscribe into this space.

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HOUSE ONE - Reflection. Lausanne, Switzerland. an ALICE collaboration.

HOUSE 1 is an architectural installation based on an experimental format for collaborative design and construction by ALICE (Atelier de la Conception de l’Espace). HOUSE 1 is basically a 11m x 11m x 11m balloon-frame timber construction holding the ‘genetic code’ for the future developments of spaces. The project involved over 200 students, who worked in groups under the close guidance of 12 studio directors. In succession, each team was asked to design and realize a room, or a transitional space providing connectivity (porch, stairs, doorway). Our project Reflection is the final point of a poetic journey in House ONE. 2017 Swiss Design 1st price.

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Subsractive City

Seoul, South Korea. SUB-LAB, with Louis Stahelin and Jeremy Morris.

The tectonic of the traditional overground urban context is characterized by the fact that the built mass, the buildings, are usually conceived as single-objects, and thought from the inside, so that their outside shape is somehow resulting from the inside spatial disposition. This implies that the free space of the city is most of the time the negative shape of these buildings, therefore losing quality. The actual densification of the city making the situation even worse, it is time to think about other ways of designing space. The groundscape does offer a very unique condition : instead of addingmaterial in order to build the volumes, and creating esthetical and potentially weird outside shapes, the architectural colonisation of that place implies the removing from a certain amount of material. But what shape shall that subtractive city take, in the context of Seoul and of the underground Eulji-ro gallery ? It is by looking back at the previous architectural solutions that were conceived to respond to the lack of space in the cities that an answer will be found. The rationalists have installed cities on the ground level, that reproduced spatial modules as solutions for new inhabitable places. The metabolists did it in the air and on the water. It may be time to develop an underground network that takes in consideration the strength of the underground place as a space to free and not to fill. Therefore, purely prismatic volumes have been removed from the ground, with their dimensions interacting with the ones of the traditional Seoulian urban context. They can accomodate different programs, depending on their disposition, forming three typologies : «leisure», «rest», and «provisioning», fullfilling all the public needs of a city. That negative-shaped volumetric network is then inhabited by metallic circulation elements and furniture, giving to the whole project a real anthill-inspired aspect. 2017 UPIAV 1st PRICE.

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Typology

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« Rest »

Levels Primary Grid

Euljiro Tunnel

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Euljiro Tunnel

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« Provisioning »

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Aggregate

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Insulation

Insulation Subtracted City Louis Stähelin Manu Zouloaga Jeremy Morris SubLab Dominique Perrault - EPFL

RESTAURAN

Subtracted City Louis Stähelin Manu Zouloaga Jeremy Morris SubLab Dominique Perrault - EPFL

South East Entrance

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South East Entrance

South West Entrance 1

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Eulji-ro gallery, Seoul.

South West Entrance 1

South West Entrance 2

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Davos ice rink structure. Davos, Switzerland.

This structure and very geometrical project aims to design the future cover of the Davos ice rink already existing. The architecture is inspired by the shape of the ice and snowflakes, using a combination of triangles and a tri-dimensionals wire mesh to strengthen the structure. Basically, the geometry is made by three circles from the center of the rink divided in sixteen equal parts which are all linked by triangles. Grasshopper helped us to make differents forms based on the same principle and on the dimensional constraints of the site. The tri-dimensional steel wire mesh comes to support the pannels of the covering and it is supported directly by the concrete structure of the terrace. Finally, we have a strong spatiality which reminds the harhsness of the winter and his sports.

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Temporary Transportable Eco-Village. ENAC Seminar, with Marisa Boller, Jean-André Davy-Guidicelli, Daniel Ngoc-Nguyen and Nicolas Otti.

Starting from the observation that ski resorts experience importants demographic variations between seasons and that they undergoes a significant urban sprawl because of tourism which impact directly the natural environment, this project answers to the double issue of the dwelling and the preservation of the natural territories in mountains resorts. It proposes an ephemeral eco-village with modular housing self-sufficient in energy. Therefore, this is an alternative to the new permanents constructions which eat gradually the wild life while continuing the economic development of the resort directly linked with tourism and also while preserving the landscape, the environment and the climat. The dimension of the module 3x3x6m are planned to make possible the transport by truck and the installation by crane. His Architecture offers a flexible accommodation in his spatiality, his geographical exposure and his use. Indeed, firstly a classic timber balloon frame structure supports all the charges to which we add the openings, the insulation, the technical vacuum and an interior and exterior coating. Each modules are placed on steel feet. Secondly, different design typologies have been thought through the structural link between these 3x3x6m module. We have therefore access to a lot of different possibles programs. The energetic system is provided by solar pannels with 2 angles possible : one for the winter season and another one for the summer season, and a wind turbine using the Ventury effect to capture the wind thanks to the shapes of the pannels. Material choice are imagine with purity and simplicity. A larch or fir frame remember the smell and the spirit of the mountains. The exterior vertical cladding is made of burnt wood, a japanese technic called « Yagisuki » bears witness to an aesthetically pleasing facade and a protective one. The windows’s frames, the feet and the structural link between the modules are made in steel for his big resistance. The roof is covered by light wood chips. Finally, a big part of the insulation is made of sheep wool for its durable aspect and the rest in mineral fibers. For exemple, the housing that contains only 2 modules have got a total surface of approximately 35m2 and has an equipped kitchen, a living room, a bedroom and a bathroom. Landolt Challenge 2nd price. Publication in the BestOf 2017 Architecture project’s magazine of EPFL, a selection of 33 student projects representative of the vast urbanistic and architectural reflection issued annually at the design studios of the École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne.

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ECO VILLAGE MODULE

in Davos

detailed N-S section

FAÇADE N-S :

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EXT

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30mm shou-sugi-ban (burnt wood) in Douglas 22mm air space for ventilated wall between 22x40mm horizontal shifted slats 1mm plastic waterproof membrane 13mm plywood voile de contreventement 70mm sheep wool thermal insulation 70mm sheep wool thermal insulation 1mm vapour barrier 60mm complementary insulation in mineral fibers (cellular glass) // horizontal 120x60 slats 16mm chipboard wood panel 18 mm wood interior horizontal facing

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40-100mm layer of wood chips 1mm plastic waterproof membrane 16mm wood panel 60-100mm boards to fall 20mm OSB 80mm sheep wool thermal insulation (+joists 50x80mm) 60mm sheep wool thermal insulation (+ cleats 60x60mm) 60mm sheep wool thermal insulation (+ cleats 60x60mm) 1mm vapour barrier 20mm fermacell plaque

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FLOOR : INT

21mm maritime pine raw floor 25mm sandwich sheet 20mm impact sound insulation 1mm vapour barrier 100mm sheep wool thermal insulation 100mm sheep wool thermal insulation between 70x200 timber framing 20 mm OSB 1mm plastic waterproof membrane

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INT

1mm white paint

30mm shou-sugi-ban (burnt wood) in Douglas/Mélèze/Accoya/Cèdre (? Price) 22mm air space for ventilated wall between 22x40mm horizontal shifted slats 1mm plastic waterproof membrane 13mm plywood voile de contreventement 70mm sheep wool thermal insulation 70mm sheep wool thermal insulation 1mm vapour barrier 60mm complementary insulation in mineral fibers (cellular glass) // horizontal 120x60 slats 12.5mm plasterboard GKF

EXT

FAÇADE E-O :

INT

18 mm wood interior horizontal facing

30mm shou-sugi-ban (burnt wood) in Douglas 22mm air space for ventilated wall between 22x40mm horizontal shifted slats 1mm plastic waterproof membrane 13mm plywood voile de contreventement 70mm sheep wool thermal insulation 70mm sheep wool thermal insulation 1mm vapour barrier 60mm complementary insulation in mineral fibers (cellular glass) // horizontal 120x60 slats 16mm chipboard wood panel

EXT

FAÇADE N-S :

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in Davos

1:33 detailed plan

MODULE

ECO VILLAGE


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INT

1mm white paint

30mm shou-sugi-ban (burnt wood) in Douglas/ Mélèze/Accoya/Cèdre (? Price) 22mm air space for ventilated wall between 22x40mm horizontal shifted slats 1mm plastic waterproof membrane 13mm plywood voile de contreventement 70mm sheep wool thermal insulation 70mm sheep wool thermal insulation 1mm vapour barrier 60mm complementary insulation in mineral fibers (cellular glass) // horizontal 120x60 slats 12.5mm plasterboard GKF

EXT

FAÇADE E-O :

in Davos

1:33 detailed E-O section

MODULE

ECO VILLAGE


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Workshops. Building Cultures, Summer Chantier, Valparaiso, Chile. I took part in this workshop directed by Patricia Guaita, Raffael Baur and Sony Devabhaktuni and David Joly during summer 2017. The aim was to continue the construction of a school in the Open City of the Architecture School of Valparaiso, and more precisely : the openings in wood. The Open City is an experimental place located in a desert in the north of Valparaiso near the Ocean. It was created about one century ago. The main idea was to have a place to experiment materials, philosophy and a lot of things related to architecture but being apart from the rest of the world. SUBLAB, Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism 2017, South Korea. First, I was supposed to take part in this workshop but due to an ultra-trail running competition in the Alps at the same period I decided to don’t return to Seoul. However, as it was my second year architecture studio who prepared the biennale, I wanted to mention it in my portfolio, because it was just the continuity of our year of work. This workshop is related with my project «Subsractive City» in Seoul. One of the purpose of our research with the SUBLAB on the underground situation of the Eulji-ro gallery in Seoul was to present our projects and investigations to the Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism of Seoul in 2017 to reveal the potentialities of the underground Architecture to the world. As we can see on the pictures, the exhibition of our tunnel’s projects is a steel frame bench of 27m length, equivalent to the 2,7km length of the real gallery, presenting our projects for this underground situation, made by my sublab’s colleagues during this workshop. It was exposed next to the Dongdaemun Design Plaza from Zaha Hadid during a couple of weeks.

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Thank you.

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