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ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO MATILDE MARTINEZ BECERRA //LUZERN//SWITZERLAND MAI 2016


CURRICULUM VITAE MATILDE MARTINEZ BECERRA ARCHITECT GRIMSELWEG 12//6005//LUZERN//SWITZERLAND 0041-788764626 matilde.mbecerra@gmail.com

PERSONAL INFORMATION Name:

MartĂ­nez Becerra

Surname:

MarĂ­a Matilde

Place of birth:

Llerena, Spain.

Date of birth:

02.07.1987

Nationality:

Spanish

Email: matilde.mbecerra@gmail.com A versatile and creative person who enjoys facing up different URL:

projects, I am highly motivated and used to working under pressure,

www.cargocollective.com/matildembecerra

facing every project as a personal challenge to push my skills forward. Despite being enthusiastic about my own ideas, I am an

LANGUAGES

analytical and self-critical person, open to different points of view. All these things considered, together with my organization skills make me suited to engage work-teams as well as to cooperate with a

Spanish

Mother language

English

B.2.2

German

B.2.2. Deutsch Zertifikat B.1.

multidisciplinary group.

COMPUTER PROGRAMMS

AutoCAD

Archicad

Rhinoceros

Adobe Photoshop

Adobe Ilustrator

Revit Autodesk

3 Ds Max

Ca.5000 Working Hours

Ca 2000 Working Hours

Ca.750 Working Hours

Ca.500 Working Hours

Ca.500 Working Hours

40 Hours intensive course

60 Hours intensive course


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

EDUCATION

October 2014 Architect assistant at Bosshard und Luchsinger Architekten - April 2016 - Convent rehabilitation and change of use.

2013/2005

Architect, Polytechnic University of Madrid (UPM).

2013

Final Year Project

Assistance on construction process, drawing construction

documents in 1:200 to 1:5 scale.

“Revitalization and restoration of Ahmedabad’s Historic Center (India)”

Mark obtained : 9 (on a 0-to-10 scale)

Wet cells design according to the handicap regulation. Searching

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for products and revising the finals orders. -

the extreme weather conditions.

Taking part in urban design studies and Architecture competitions

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in Switzerland.

Mai-June 2014

Architect Assistant at “Lucas y Hernandez-Gil” Architecture Office, Madrid.

2012

Collaboration on architecture competitions.

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Design of temporary installation on a shop façade. •

Coordination of the project design and construction.

Budget planning.

Construction – Details and construction drawings on a 1:50 to 1:10 Scale.

Official Specialization in “Preservation and Restoration of Architectural Heritage” Polytechnic University of Madrid (UPM).

www.lucasyhernandezgil.com -

Technical facilities - The water and cooling systems were adapted to

2009/2010

Architecture Scholarship at the Rheinisch-Westfaelische Technische

COURSES Voluntary worker at Exit NGO. Madrid. www.fundacionexit.org

January 2014 - Work as a graphic designer to improve the corporative image of the

2014

Workshop “Restoration of Historical-Cultural Latin American Heritage" (Spain Institute of Cultural Heritage and celebrated in the Heritage School

organisation. 3 months.

(IPCE)). Nájera, Rioja. 1 week. Voluntary worker at Jugendhof Godewin organisation, Hitzaker,

- Analysis of project methodology.

Germany.

- Results Presentation. (Results public presentation)

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Summer 2012

Voluntary worker in the refurbishment of an old farm into a house. •

Construction of the foundations for an auxiliary building.

Construction of a ventilated roof.

2012

“Habitat Design International Studio” (Ahmedabad Architecture University (CEPT) and Vastu Shilpa Foundation). Ahmedabad, India. 2 months. - Design a residential development for 1,400 people. •

Increasing 400% the density of an already consolidated area.

Design based on traditional social communities and

sustainability.

SKILLS

2012

Course “Volunteering work and development cooperation projects” (Polytechnic University of Madrid (UPM)). 3 days.

Architectural Models, Scale 1:1.000 to 1: 10. - Made out of differents materials. - Large experience in the use of the laser cutting Machine – The use of this machine allowed me to achieve very good results on my Final Year Project. www.youtube.com/watch?v=yH5MucBmOtA

2008

Workshop “Experimental Design” (Polytechnic University of Madrid (UPM)). Murcia, Spain. 7 days.


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE JUNE 2014. INTERSHIP AT “LUCAS Y HERNANDEZ-GIL” ARCHITECTURE OFFICE, MADRID. www.lucasyhernandezgil.com Colaboration in the projects:

FLORIDA PARK. Building Rehabilitation. Open architecture competition. Mai 2014.

STORE FASSADE TEMPORAL INSTALATION. Collaboration between architects, interior designers and comercial associations from Madrid city center. Decor Accion Madrid. June 2014.


FORMATIVE EXPERIENCES R EF ER E NC E LET TERS

NOVEMBER 2014. Participation on the exhibition "Aula PFC Aranguren. AĂąo 6" exhibition at the Advanced School of Architecture(ETSAM), Madrid.

MARCH 2014. The Project was published on the "Designing The Future Magazine".

JANUAR 2014. Work selected and publisched by the webpage specialiced in Final Years projects "Nodopfc".

OCTOBER 2013. Final Year Project recogniced with

"Sobresaliente"

(Outstanding) mark by the University Professors Jury, and was subsequently delected for its oral public presentation.

Developing my final project was an exciting and challenging situation, after having attended all the technical courses belonging to my degree, I had to adapt the building to the material availability of the site, and to the extreme weather conditions. An intensive research had to be done in fields such as ecological water systems, passive refrigeration systems or traditional building techniques. Thanks to my technical background I quickly assimilated all that information and I was able to reinterpret part of it, like the bamboo constructions techniques which as you will see on my portfolio, allowed me to develop innovative façade solutions.


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE OCTOBER 2014/APRIL 2016. INTERSHIP AT “BOSSHARD UND LUCHSINGER ARCHITEKTEN” ARCHITECTURE OFFICE, LUCERNE, SWITZERLAND. www.bosshard-luchsinger.ch

Siegwartdecke 55/180 mm Kantholz NeuerTräger IPN 33 100/120 mm Kantholz

Colaboration in the projects:

60/30 mm Lattung

KLOSTER RATHAUSEN Renovation Erneuerung und Umnutzung. 2x12.5 mm Fermacellplatte (EI60)

Phase: Costruction process. Public tender of the building constructive

Spachtelmaterial Plattenstreifen

Bieberschwanzziegel

Rähmholz

elements. Estimated finishing date October 2016.

48/24 mm Dachlattung 45/60 mm Konterlattung Unterdachfolie 60 mm Unterdach Isolair 60/140 mm Lattung

NEUBAU HÖHERE FACHSCHULE GESUNDHEIT LUZERN.

20 mm Dämmung

140 mm Wärmedämmung nicht brennbar

Akkustikflies

Dampfbremse

30/30 mm Lattung

Architecture Open Competition. January 2015.

19 mm 3-SP mit Akkustikfräsung

2x12.5 mm Fermacellplatte (EI60)

dauerelastische Abdichtung Spachtelmaterial Trennwandkitt Rähmholz

19 mm Fermacellplatte

40 mm Mineralwolle

2x12.5 mm Fermacellplatte

Holzständer

40 mm Mineralwolle Dec k enans c hlus s M 1:5

Holzständer

2x12.5 mm Fermacellplatte Dec k enans c hlus s gleit end M 1:5

BÜRO REISE, HELSINKI 2015.

2x12.5 mm Fermacellplatte

2x12.5 mm Fermacellplatte (EI60)

40 mm Mineralwolle

40 mm Mineralwolle

Short research of the Finnish architecture. Sightseeing and architectural visits organisation. August 2015.

Holzständer

Holzständer

2x12.5 mm Fermacellplatte (EI60)

2x12.5 mm Fermacellplatte Industrieparkett

Industrieparkett

Fermacell Gipsfaser Estrich-Element

Fermacell Gipsfaser Estrich-Element Fussbodenheizung Trockensystem Metalplast System Compact-plus Ausgleichtsschüttung

Schwellholz Trennwandkitt

Fussbodenheizung Trockensystem Metalplast System Compact-plus Ausgleichtsschüttung

Uniflott

Siegwartelemnte

Randdämmstreifen

Schwellholz Trennwandkitt Uniflott Randdämmstreifen

NEUBAU SCHULHAUS “Turli” SACHSELN. Architecture Open Competition. October 2015. Bo de nans c hlus s M 1:5

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AHMEDABAD HERITAGE CENTER, INDIA FINAL YEAR PROJECT, POLYECHNIC UNIVERSITY OF MADRID (UPM), OCTOBER 2013

Promoted by the municipal corporation, Ahmedabad Municipal Centre is an Institution dedicated to the restoration and rehabilitation of the historic heritage buildings of Ahmedabad. The complex includes not only the Municipal Institution, but also a 30-families re-housing program as well as bath and cooking facilities for the existing houses. It follows a modular vernacular yet innovative approach in response to its unique location, Ahmedabad historical city centre.

By the use of a 6x6 modular structure and staggered platforms at the ground level, the Institutional building provides a continuous space that can be either filled by a single use or occupied by different programs. Due to mobile light elements the staggered platforms can be isolated and adapted to different shadows and privacy requirements.


The city main axes and the new buildings are joined through the conexion of various dead ends streets, creating a pedestrian pathway.


While the ground-level of the Institutional building works as a flexible and continuous space for temporal uses, the AHC key program organization is based on the traditional Ahmedabad Indian palace “Havelis” . The “Havelis” rooms can be divided into 3 different types depending on its privacy degree and the amount of sun-light that they receive. Due to this classification, protected areas, intermediate areas and exposed areas can be found at the AHC building complex.

The protected areas, placed on the wood cantilever structures, offer a highly controlled environment with soundproof isolation and filigree screens to provide shadow to the inner spaces. The cantilever structures houses the offices permanent uses without interfering on the 6x6 ground level structure.

The intermediate areas, facing the street under the cantilever structures, are protected from light and rain, though exposed to the street noise. This part is occupied by permanent uses related to public-users, such as office-secretaries or information points. The exposed-areas include the ground-level flexible area subject to temporal changes, and the always exposed entrance area, a place dedicated to the dissemination and awareness of the heritage conservation importance.


In response to the AHC changing program, a modular structure with mobile panels is designed at the heart of the building. By the use of the mobile panels, users are able to create different shading conditions according to the use requirements.


The offices need of a greater insulation is solved by the use of a double faรงade system. The outer enclosure consists of a porous timber faรงade to filter the light and noise, while the inner bamboo and glass faรงade protect the inside from the rain.


The cardboard model not only represents the project structure, it was made to maximize the possibilities offered by the toll to use, the laser cutting machine in this case. The model was built up without glue, fitting pieces together thanks to little grooves placed at the pieces upper or bottom parts. Thank to this, a faultless and detailed architecture model was obtained.


The building is adapted not only to the material availability of the site, but also to the Indian weather extreme conditions. The building distribution and faรงades were thought to allow passive refrigeration. An ecological water system was introduced to solve the water scarcity problem; this ecological water system includes a system to collect the rain water in tanks, so it can be used along the whole year, and a sewage treatment system, which clean the water through the use of a particular kind of plant.


SOCIAL SPACE AND MARKET IN CASABLANCA COLLEGE PROJECT, POLYECHNIC UNIVERSITY OF MADRID (UPM), AUTUM 2011 The project is placed in the Moroccan city of Casablanca, within the Mohammadi lively neighbourhood, an area where an innovative and international Masterplan promoted by Michael Ecouchard and the team 10 was launched on the 50’s. Over time, the initially one-storey white houses of the development have been transformed; they have growth in height through unstable constructions. The aim of the complex is to replace the actual non functional local market, including social shared spaces, and cultural facilities as the “Instituto Cervantes” promoted by the Spanish government. Due to the traditional Moroccan Architecture a massive 3-storey concrete building delimit the vacant space. In contrast to this massive structure, a high-storey light structure houses the “Instituto Cervantes”.


The 3-storey massive structure act as a concrete skeleton which can temporally be filled by food or cloth stalls, its prefabricated V-shaped structure placed at the buildings façades provides shadow, and allows passive ventilation. A spiral ramp placed at the inner perimeter of the building works as a safe exit route, while giving access to the small-business. For a faster communication, elevators for clients are placed at the buildings corners, whose galleries are connected through light steel bridges. To create separate circulations, the goods flows network is placed at the centre of each gallery.

In opposition to the market low-rise building, the culture programme placed at the centre of the site grows in height. An enclosed green space is created between both buildings, which can be colonized by uses related to the “Instituto Cervantes”. The twelve-storey building whose structure is made of stainless steel has a double steel mesh façade to provide shadow and privacy to the inner spaces.


These plaster and cardboard model was built to show the transformation of the housing masterplan. Initially the one-storey white houses, spread over the empty suburbs, looked as a sculpture on the desert.

Finally the houses have become a marginal and

unhealthy neighbourhood where the traces from the original design can slightly be recognized.


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FL O RIDA PA RK BUIL D ING REHABILITATION, MADRID ARC HITE C TUR E O PE N C OM P ET ITION , LUC AS Y HERNANDEZ-GIL ARQUITECTOS, MAY 2015


MAKROBAUEN AACHEN SCHOLARSHIP PROJECT, RHEINISCHWESTFAELISCHE TECHNISCHE HOCHSCHULE (RWTH) AACHEN, AUTUMN 2009

Course made during my German scholarship at the Rheinisch-Westfaelische Technische Hochschule (RWTH). The aim of the course was to build a constructive form inspired on the nature, to make visible, things that are only visible using microcope or special cameras. The object chosen was a natural sponge, whose intricate spatial structure offered great posibilities. While modeling the sculpture, we learned different techniques to shape the clay, and differents ways to mix the materials obtaining differents kinds of klay.


WIRE CHAIR AACHEN SCHOLARSHIP PROJECT, RHEINISCHWESTFAELISCHE TECHNISCHE HOCHSCHULE (RWTH) AACHEN, SPRING 2010

Course made during my German scholarship at the Rheinisch-Westfaelische Technische Hochschule (RWTH). The goal of the course was to transform raw round steel into an useable chair. It was about shaping the material, thinking in a functional design, without forgetting the imagination. After 2 weeks working on the chair design, a scale model was made using wire cables and galvanized wire weldings, and tested. The course provided an introduction to material processing techniques such as cutting, cold forming, and welding.

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