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MIGUEL ANGEL ELIZARDO A R C H I T E C T U R E UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT SAN ANTONIO


INTENT

“YOU CAN NOT DO ANYTHING ABOUT THE LENGTH OF YOUR LIFE, BUT YOU CAN DO SOMETHING ABOUT ITS WIDTH AND DEPTH” - EVAN ESAR To mold, influence, and make a difference in people’s lives. It is the fascination of creating a space that allows the user to change how they feel. It is a learning experience that is ever changing through time. I believe that an idea/team/community can make a huge impact. Without one there is nothing. Design comes with collaboration and brainstorming to point out opportunities. Not everyone is perfect which is what makes us human. Together great design is achieved for everyone else to enjoy. It takes only one person to start it all off then a chain reaction occurs. I want to make an impact on user experience. To be apart of a self-motivating environment that together makes history because that is what I believe design is about.


December, 04 2012

Carrizo Springs, TX

Sustainable Workforce Dwellings

Migule Angel Elizardo, Luis Mateo, Andres Mulet, Hallie Little

CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION 06| 10| 14| 18| 24| 28| 34| 37|

VISITORS CENTER SUSTAINABLE WORKFORCE DWELLINGS BEACH HOUSE PERFORMANCE CENTER DESIGN+BUILD 811 BROADWAY VISUALIZATIONS RESUME


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INTRODUCTION

With three years of experience of working in the architecture field with Mitchell Design Group, LLC, a third party consultant to H-E-B. I bring a diverse background knowledge and understanding principles of construction documents and all

MIGUEL ANGEL ELIZARDO e-mail | miguel.a.elizardo@gmail.com phone | 210.410.5141 website | www.miguelelizardo.com

phases of projects. I worked with Mary Ann Mitchell closely during all phases of projects allowing me to grow within my community as an emerging professional. With eight years of service in the coffee industry, I gained an extensive background knowledge of the retail environment. I

Futuristic | Includer | Achiever | Focus | Empathy started working as a barista and worked my way up to become - Clifton Strengths Finder 2.0 a store manager where I planned, scheduled, and managed store operational goals: exceeding sales targets. This experience not only strengthened my business, management, and interpersonal skills, but equipped me with unprecedented knowledge and understanding of the user experience.


PHIL HARDBERGER PARK SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS DRAFTING| SKETCHING| CARDBOARD| PLASTER

Getting to know its history and its mission was the first step to my design. The concept then originated after a few visits to the park which was full of trees. Texas weather can be very hot and humid and because of this, the idea of shade and wind came into mind. I wanted to create a space where people can meet after their activities and cool off. While in this place they could learn more about the park and its history.

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wind surf board


reception hall

lavatories section B learning center

gift shop offices Floor Plan

section A

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massing model

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Sustainable Workforce Dwellings Carrizo Springs, TX

CARRIZO SPRINGS, TEXAS SKETCHUP| SKETCHING| PHOTOSHOP| VRAY

With collaboration amongst other colleagues for site analysis and research on demographics we needed to each group come up with an idea/design of a sustainable workforce dwelling to accommodate the user, non permanent workers. What drove this project was a collaboration of ideas from tiny houses and precedents of Tom Kunding.

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With sustainability in mind I knew I had to find a balance between its form, space and function to be able to deliver on a small scale a structure that can be configured to be one or two units. Sketchup aided by quickly illustrating ideas.

ventilation diagram


North Facade

Corrugated steel roof

Migule Angel Elizardo, Luis Mateo, Andres Mulet, Hallie Little

PV system

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Weathered steel

Corrugated panel

Cedar wood cladding


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DRAFTING| REVIT| REVIT RENDERING ENGINE

As an undergraduate student we used AutoCAD, Rhino, and SketchUp heavily. With no BIM software courses available at the time and having no experience with working with Revit I took the initiative to take several courses online to learn Revit. This drafted plan was on the medium vellum and was then revisited and transformed into a 3D model. The idea behind this project was for a small centralized house on the beach. Usually there is a disconnection with partitions and by creating an open floor plan it allowed me to make that connection no matter what space you are in. In addition, I learned that there is a disconnection

BEACH HOUSE

between the pencil and mouse world. It also taught me that while we may present it on paper, it may not model the same way in the BIM 3D model. This also

equipped me with knowledge of the BIM world and allowed me to move to what is the future modeling of architecture. While I learned many things throughout the process it truly helped me get a better perspective outside the drafting

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Beach House Building Sections

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AUSTIN, TX AUTOCAD| RHINO| GRASSHOPPER| VRAY| PHOTOSHOP

In the heart of downtown of Austin, TX in front of the Republic Square we chose a parking lot in which we decided would be a good fit for a proposed Performance Center. Given Austin’s background knowledge and slogan “Keep Austin Weird” I ventured out of my comfort zone. With the introduction of a new program grasshopper I was able to give new form to a space in which flat facades faced.

PERFORMANCE CENTER

The approach I took to this project was that of form, space, and function. I took functionality to be the most important as in a performance center every space must function. Followed by function was space where I was able to push and pull spaces in the modeling phase.

Lastly form, with the introduction to a new program I had never used and an open mind I was able to quickly pick up on the program and was able to give form to this projects

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facade.


veil concept

Summer Solstice Winter Solstice drape over program

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site measurements Site Measurements

topography Topography

usable site after set backs Useable Site After Setbacks

traffic direction Traffic Direction

vegetation Vegatation

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lobby

loading

auditorium

back office+ stage stage dressing flytower

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The surface ribbons that are rotated at certain angles gives the project internal space transparency. This attraction serves two functions, it serves to the viewer and user from the outside and inside to get a visual from both ends. In addition, it helps by allowing the internal program to breath. By doing so it gives the people walking around a glimpse of the performance and does not separate it from its surroundings.

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Rhino + Grasshopper


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811 BROADWAY GALVESTON, TX HANDS ON CONSTRUCTION| RESEARCH

Second Summer Term 2013/University of Texas at San Antonio/College of Architecture A program of study emphasizing historic architectural preservation and adaptive use investigations, as well as contemporary design explorations set against the backdrop of one Texas’ most unique urban contexts. The First Summer Term 2013 students were graduate students that designed the porch to the Alley house. When we took over we were to continue some of the design process and completely build the porch for the alley house. We attended review committees and learned to a great extent how the process was with the Historical Foundation committee.

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Architecture students get hands­on experience remodeling old house By KYLE PARKER

The students create 3D mock-ups and work together to come up with structural designs. The students working on the Eighth Street alley house also will get to see their designs become reality. Construction projects at the old alley house include new access stairs By KYLE PARKER and a second­floor porch. The students create 3D mock-ups and work "It's going be up an with interesting experience," together to to come structural designs. Ohlenbusch said. "We've never done stairs before, so thisworking is a crash course. The students on the Eighth Street alley house also will get to see their designs "For a lot reality. of these kids, it's their first time become Construction projects at the getting experience actual field work. It is old alleytohouse include new access stairs definitely a wake-upporch. call. You spend a lot of and a second­floor time designing and planning, so to be able to actually set to a project motion is rewarding." "It's going be an in interesting experience," Ohlenbusch said. "We've never done stairs http://bit.ly/2CMPmYI before, so this is a crash course. "For a lot of these kids, it's their first time getting to experience actual field work. It is definitely a wake-up call. You spend a lot of 25 time designing and planning, so to be able to actually set a project in motion is rewarding."


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Proposed Infill Residence PROPOSED PORCH

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INFILL ELDERLY HOME GALVESTON,TX AUTOCAD| RHINO| PHOTOSHOP| VRAY

Background: This alley house was knocked off its foundation during hurricane Ike in September 2008. The Galveston Historical Foundation got the house through an offer and the alley house was then relocated to a property they owned. In hope that they would sell the property with the alley house as a temporary home for a client, we were given a job to do research and design a potential structure for a potential client interested in developing the lot. We were challenged to meet the Living Building Challenge requirements “it defines the most advanced measure of sustainability in the built environment possible today and acts to diminish the gap between current limits and ideal solutions.” This pushed this project even further to in a sense design a “Living Building.” My proposed design for the infill in front of the alley home was for a home for a retired elderly couple.

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raised foundation

site layout

flood plain

ocean

private living kitchen

main boulevard

site views

storage

program

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Porch

Master Bedroom

Restroom

Closet

Kitchen Storage

Porch

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1st floor

Dining/Living Room

2nd floor

Master Bath

3rd floor


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FREE HAND SKETCH UTSA Monterey Building

VISUALIZATIONS 34


SALK INSTITUTE FOR BIOLOGICAL STUDIES Prisma Color Pencils

SIMMONS HALL MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY Prisma Marker

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RESUME EDUCATION

Bachelor of Science, Architecture 2013 The University of Texas at San Antonio

SKILLS Drawing Revit | SketchUp | Rhinoceros 3D | Grasshopper | AutoCAD Graphic/Editing Illustrator | InDesign | Photoshop | Vray | Flamingo Production Laser Cutting | Freehand Sketching | Hand-Rendering | Model-Building | Hand Drafting Construction Microsoft Project | Bluebeam | PlanGrid Languages English | Spanish | French

ARCHITECTURE EXPERIENCE Mitchell Design Group, LLC [1 year and continuous contract work] Intern Architect; San Antonio, TX August 2014 - July 2015 | July 2015 - 2017 Contract Work AutoCAD | Project Manager | Designer | Intern Aerotek - Nelson and Associates Interior Design at USAA [5 Months] Architectural Intern; San Antonio, TX April 2014 - August 2014 AutoCAD | Microsoft Office UTSA - Galveston Preservation Field School, 2013 [5 Weeks] Student; Galveston, TX July 2013 - August 2013 Rhino | Sketchup | Photoshop | Construction

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MIGUEL ANGEL ELIZARDO e-mail | miguel.a.elizardo@gmail.com phone | 210-410-5141 website | www.miguelelizardo.com

Futuristic | Includer | Achiever | Focus | Empathy - Clifton Strengths Finder 2.0

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