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ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO


2019 NOVO LIBRARY ...........................................................................................................4

2017 MODULAR ECO-MORPHOLOGIES HOUSING .................................6

2016 AZCONA APARTMENT .......................................................................................10

2016 TULPETLAC PLAZA ..............................................................................................14

2016 SCALPER ........................................................................................................................16

2015 - 2016 CASA COLIMA .........................................................................................18

2018 SUMMER INTERNSHIP ......................................................................................22

2019 LUNAR GALA ..............................................................................................................24

PHOTOS & DRAWINGS ...................................................................................................26


MARIANA ALBEROLA REZZA

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Pittsburgh, PA 15213 (412) 616 6704 mariana.alberola@gmail.com

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EDUCATION Master of Architecture 2017 - 2019 | Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania CMU - Carnegie Mellon University School of Architecture, College of Fine Arts Bachelor Degree in Architecture 2010 - 2015 | Mexico City, Mexico UNAM - Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México Studio: Jorge González Reyna 2013 -2014 | Valencia, Spain UCH - Universidad Cardenal Herrera.

SOCIAL WORK & ORGANIZATIONS Latino Graduate Student Association 2018 - 2019 President / Carnegie Mellon University Fundación Camino a Casa 2016 Event assistant. Organization for children victims of sex trafficking Social Service 2014 Editorial Coordination / Architecture School - UNAM Editorial assistant / Sales assistant / Writer

WORKSHOPS & COMPETITIONS The 118th John Stewardson Memorial Competition 2019 Novo Library in Renovo, Pennsylvania International Workshop Mexico-Copenhagen “About culture heritage and cultural identity” 2013 The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts-School of Architecture and UNAM - Faculty of Architecture International Competition [AC-CA] 2012 [Casablanca] Sustainable Market Square

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE hplusf - Hodgetts + Fung 2018 Design Intern • Designed and developed Request For Proposals for three different projects. • Conducted a site and market analysis for a prospective project in San Jose, CA. • Retrieved drawings from office archive and illustrated them for a book publication. Teaching Assistant / Carnegie Mellon University SoA 2017-19 Modern Architecture : Prof. Kai Gutschow • Designed study material. • Graded reading reports and exams. 2018 Digital Media Representation : Prof. Eddy Man Kim • Led recitation sessions as head TA. • Designed representation assignment material. OPA - Oficina de Práctica Arquitectónica 2016-2017 Architect • Designed and coordinated small scale projects from conceptual stage to project delivery. • Developed conceptual drawings and studies for client presentations. • Developed construction drawings for contractors. • Supervised construction of small scale projects. • Managed small scale projects finance and schedule. Colima House 2015-2016 Architect • Designed and coordinated residential project from conceptual stage to project delivery. • Developed construction drawings for contractors. • Supervised construction of project until completion. A5 Group 2015-2016 Architect • Developed conceptual drawings and studies for client presentations. • Supervised construction of medium scale projects. • Managed medium scale projects finance. GNS Arquitectos 2013 Model freelance • Constructed professional model for presentation.

SKILLS RHINOCEROS AUTOCAD SKETCHUP GRASSHOPPER VRAY

PHOTOSHOP ILLUSTRATOR INDESIGN MICROSOFT OFFICE PROCORE


AERIAL VIEW

NOVO LIBRARY

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2019 Renovo, PA Competition -The 118th John Stewardson Memorial CompetitionConcept design / Project design The Novo�Library is as physical space for shared experiences. It is a socio-cultural detonator: the building enables communities to come together, teach and learn. The structure supports the communal exercise of making, teaching and learning. It guides the joint effort of communities to educate, incubate and showcase. Novo-Library is a core concrete structure surrounded by wooden buildings facing the Susquehanna river and mountains. Wooden buildings carry the main architectural program while the concrete core connects them and creates gathering spaces where community interaction flourishes. Novo-Library stands as a link to past industrious effort and a guide for future generations. ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO


INTERIOR VIEW

NOVO LIBRARY

PLAN VIEW

LONGITUDINAL SECTION

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Scanned by CamScanner

FIRST FLOOR PLAN

SECOND FLOOR PLAN

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CONCEPT

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PERSPECTIVE VIEW

MODULAR ECO-MORPHOLOGIES HOUSING

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2017 Strip District Pittsburgh, PA School Project -Fall 17 MArch - Carnegie Mellon UniversityProject design/Plan drawing/Model elaboration This studio is founded on a premise that architecture is fundamentally a part of a larger planetary ecosystem. The project proposed acts as a mediator between the environmental forces influencing the site and it’s architectural purpose, housing. By understanding architecture as a modular system which creates patterns and aggregations based on its relationship with the context, a new socio-ecological environment is developed, one in which the performance of a building determine the inhabitants experience. Providing a modular composition within the buildings allows variation not only in their program but also in their behaviour as a whole.

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SIS

SITE ANALYSIS

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PITTSBURGH Density

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SYSTEM DIAGRAM

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SHADOW ANALYSIS

WIND ANALYSIS

RELEVANT STREETS

January: 7am-6pm

predominant west winds

aproximation from city to site

SHADOW ANALYSIS

WIND ANALYSIS

RELEVANT STREETS

January: 7am-6pm

predominant west winds

aproximation from city to site

ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS

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LONGITUDINAL SECTION

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SITE FORCES

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SITE MASTERPLAN

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UNIT TRANSFORMATION

FLAT AGGREGATION

SIMPLE EXTRUSION AGGREGATION malberol

EXTRUSION + SHIFTING DENSE AGGREGATION

MODULAR ECO-MORPHOLOGIES HOUSING

EXTRUSION + SHIFTING SPARSE AGGREGATION

NEW MORPHOLOGY

UNIT AGGREGATION

// BUILDINGS ........................SINGLE UNIT

........................DOUBLE VERTICAL UNIT

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// LANDSCAPE // OUTDOOR CIRCULATIONS

MASTERPLAN PROGRAM DIAGRAM

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PHOTO BY ANGELICA IBARRA

AZCONA APARTMENT

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2016 Sanchez Azcona 1642/Coyoacan Mexico City Built -OPA-Oficina de Practica ArquitectónicaProject manager/Design/Executive Project /Construction Supervision This apartment was conceived as a warm yet modern home for a young couple. A simple but attractive palette of materials defined each space and gave it a unique identity. Wood, stone, touches of color and minimal arrangements were key for the remodeling of this 1970’s two stories apartment located in the south of Mexico City. The kitchen became one of the central spaces, hence the pop of color and pattern in the flooring which paired perfectly with the warm wood floor. Another interesting space is the terrace which has a spectacular view from the 12th floor of the building. Black volcanic stone paired with greenery in a superzied planter give this apartment a place perfect to relax or to held a nice party. ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO


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FIRST FLOOR PLAN

AZCONA APARTMENT

PLANTA BAJA

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SECOND FLOOR PLAN

PLANTA ALTA

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TERRACE VIEW TERRAZA

OPA

PHOTO BY ANGELICA IBARRA

Departamento Sรกnchez Azcona 1642

KITCHEN AND STAIRCASE VIEW

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COCINA - ESCALERAS

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Piso de recino negro

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Piso de pasta DISEÑO GEOMETRICO

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FIRST FLOOR PLAN Departamento Sánchez Azcona 1642

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Mosaico blanco

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AIR VIEW

TULPETLAC PLAZA

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2016 Santa Maria Tulpetlac State of Mexico Built -OPA-Oficina de Practica ArquitectónicaProject manager/Design/Executive Project The plaza is central to daily life in Tulpetlac—people relax, pray, eat and fall in love every day. Lack of maintenance, however, had degraded most of its usefulness. It is no surprise that the people of Tulpetlac asked the local government for a robust project that provides a place for ceremony and celebration. Further, the new plaza preserves the elements of a traditional Mexican plaza: a kiosk, fountains, gardens and open spaces. But it also gives them a contemporary approach. The plaza will have flexible spaces to attract pedestrians and encourage a 24/7 use. It will also activate the surroundings and return life to the local streets. We want to give Tulpetlac’s inhabitants a place that inspires and to which they can relate to. ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO


TULPETLAC PLAZA

MASTER PLAN

LONGITUDINAL SECTION

KIOSK GARDENS

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FLAG FOUNTAINS PEDESTRIAN CROSSINGS

AXONOMETRIC VIEW

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SPA AREA

SCALPER

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2016 Mazatlan 138/Condesa Mexico City Built -OPA-Oficina de Practica ArquitectónicaProject manager/Furniture design/Executive Project /Construction Supervision Young men looking to indulge in a barber shop are more common than ever. In response, retro and baroque barber shops have proliferated in the last years in Mexico City. Scalper, however, has a different proposal: uphold the balance of simplicity and tradition. Located in a privileged corner in La Condesa—a stylish neighborhood in Mexico City, Scalper combines the classical elements of a barber shop such as white tiles and barber chairs with details like bold lights and thin metallic furniture.

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RESTROOM KITCHEN STORAGE HAIRCUT AREA WAITING AREA RECEPTION

SCALPER BARBER SHOP

SPA AREA

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

HAIRCUT AREA

SPA AREA

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LOBBY

CASA COLIMA

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2015-2016 Colima 90/Miguel Hidalgo Mexico City Built -Own ProjectProject design/Construction Supervision & Management Volcanic rocks and pines, a steep mountainside, and impressive views—the site plays a crucial role in Casa Colima composition. The bedrock and trees propose a monochromatic palette interrupted by wood. The terrain is ideal for half levels, which in turn suggest the use of open stairs. The view asks for large windows and a rooftop terrace. A single family house that breaks into different terraces which later reflect in the upper floors. A concrete volume accentuated with texture and color outstands from the rest of the facade to create a juxtaposition of elements.

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CASA COLIMA

LONGITUDINAL SECTION

KITCHEN

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GROUND FLOOR STAIRS

LIVINGROOM WINDOWS

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GROUND FLOOR PLAN

FIRST FLOOR PLAN

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EARLY CONSTRUCTION STAGE FACADE

CASA COLIMA

CONSTRUCTION FORMWORK

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ROOFTOP TERRACE

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3rd PLACE IN INTER-BOWLING CHAMPIONSHIP

SUMMER INTERNSHIP

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2018 Los Angeles, CA Summer Internship -Hodgetts + FungDesign Intern This past summer I worked for 3 months at hplusf a design studio in Los Angeles led by Craig Hodgetts and Ming Fung. The studio has been in charge of mayor projects such as the Hollywood Bowl, the renovation to the Egyptian Theatre, the temporary UCLA Towell Library and most recently the renovation of the Frost Auditorium in Culver City to mention some. While I was there I had the chance to be part of several projects such as the production of request for proposals, archive and re-drawing of old projects in preparation for a book publication and a market analysis for a project in San Jose. In preparation for the publication of the book “Transformations� I drew and retraced some of the Egyptian Theater, Hollywood Bowl and Frost Auditorium original plans. ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO


ARCHIVE WORK

SUMMER INTERNSHIP

RFP PROPOSAL WORK

FROST AUDITORIUM SHELL DETAIL

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FROST AUDITORIUM SEATS DETAIL

FROST AUDITORIUM AXONOMETRIC

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LOOK 3 DAY AND NIGHT TIME

ALLUMINARE 2019 Pittsburgh, PA Lunar Gala Fashion Show 24

Co work with Zain Islam-Hashmi and Stephanie Smid

Concept Design / Sewing / Fabrication Inspired by the process of beautification using minimal elements such as powder and pigment, our collection aims to create looks that shine in day and night. Taking advantage of resin, a material known for its intensity and delicateness, we look to explore its incorporation with textiles to create wearables that reflect a hard softness and transform in emphasis from day to night. During the day, initial thoughts are formed about the garment, its potential, and impact as it is first seen. However, it is when darkness falls that one can truly see and appreciate the real nature of the garment, and what was once hidden can speak freely. Different parts of the body are colored and covered, and the transition from light to dark highlights distinct parts of the garment that may not initially be apparent. ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO


ALLUMINARE

FINISHED LOOKS / SHOW DAY

DAY TIME LOOKS

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LOOK 2 NIGHTTIME

NIGHT TIME LOOKS

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PHOTOS & DRAWINGS

PHOTOS & DRAWINGS

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