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Architecture Portfolio \ 2015-2019

The chosen projects in this portfolio are selected from Design studio, Academic Architecture Classes, and Design + Build Experience. All the works reflect my thoughts and design in an architectural point of view.


The Antartic System Psychoscopic Boundaries

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Flagship Landscape

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The Thorax Public Bench Project

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2019

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Underground Park Residence

Euro Velo 6 2019

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The Tube

The Milestone

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Folkroom

Tejido Design+Build, Tolox, Spain

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2017

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Neo Capriccio 2018

Design+Build, Bangkok, Thailand

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2018

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Classic Collisions

Why Not?

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Resume 2019

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Napatr Pornvisawaraksakul \ +66873434150

Ur-Breed

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Psychoscopic Boundaries \ 2019

:: THE ANTARCTIC SYSTEM Psychoscopic Boundaries

Instructor: Hadin Charbel Design Studio: Jan-May 2019

The Antarctic System is a passively adapting architecture that is designed to change by embracing the environmental conditions and through the unique textures imprinted onto each of its individual columns. The project challenges the analytics and visions senses of the human mind through individualistic columns that are designed to stand out from each other, designed to resemble familiar chess pieces to create recalling of forms from one’s memory, and ones that are designed to be different yet similar to each other through the use of textures. The project inspires from a psychological disorder called Dissociative Identity Disorder in which a personality of a person changes into a whole new identity with only the body that remains. From identities that spurts out to protect the others and the co-existence of multiple personalities within one body that are distinguishable from one another by expression of characters through body language such as posture and facial emotions, the project came to challenge the expression of distinguishable characteristics of each columns through its ‘form’ and ‘textures’ from experiments on simple bread cracks and textures. The main question that consistently emerges is how does the columns express its individuality while trying to remain the same.

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Situated right in the center of Antarctica, near the South Pole, the Antarctic System leads travellers lost within White Out conditions during their challenge to conquer the South Pole to safety within the system by following the concept of getting lost within a place with provided shelter is safer than being lost in the middle of nowhere. The architecture loses its identity as the fog and snow conditions of white out covers the textures that distinguishes the columns and turns the surroundings into ‘White Darkness’. As the multiple identities of these columns disappears, what emerges is a more dominant personality that covers everything in white just to lead and protect the travellers from the dangers of the white darkness itself.


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ISOMETRIC

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Knight Knight Diagram Knight Diagram Diagram

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Resume 2015-2019 Psychoscopic Boundaries \ 2019

Throughout the process of trying to figure out a way to express individuality through textures and forms, a constant problem that pops up is how do I model the textures, let alone to control the it perfectly as I wanted. In this project, textures is its source of life, it is what defines this project because through its patterns and placement, is what defines each columns. The main conditions I set up with each textures is it has to provide a personality to the columns almost as if it was a character’s clothings, each has to define the characters in a unique way. The thought process eventually evolved to imagining as if each column was a character in an RPG game, they would have a unique style of their own that has to provoke the viewer’s mind immediately so that as they look at each of the columns, they could never forget their important traits. I experimented with grasshopper, rhino commands, and eventually tried out a new program, cinema 4D. The wrestle with textures control came to a turning point when I learned of displacement mapping the forms to control the noise to whichever form and volume I wished it to be. This project has taught me more than I would’ve ever imagined, by discovering new tools, what felt like a struggle with my hands tied behind my back has become a lesson that gave me a tool to rip those zip ties to shred.

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Looking back at the times spent on this project, I don’t regret taking the time to carefully craft out the narratives and most importantly the thought process of translating a psychological disorder into such a complicated project. Like what people say, Rome wasn’t built in a day, this project might not be as beautiful as Rome, but it did successfully challenge me in my very last year of studio.


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Psychoscopic Boundaries \ 2019


:: THE TUBE Flagship Landscape \ 2017

Flagship Landscape

Instructor: Pratana Klieopatinon Design Studio: Jan-May 2017

A study of a brand called “Flying Robot International Film Festival”. Here, I explore the way the brand organizes their film festivals and find out how drone films were captured. Drones are usually within the unknown territory to the average person, so here, i seek to relate it back to the people from how a drone is flew, to the differences between normal ground shot compared to aerial shots from the these technologically advanced flying robots.

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The Drone Pavilion or ‘The Tube’ is designed based on the company “FRIFF”, a drone film festival company. Festivals often have their viewings on a big flat screen theatre regardless of outdoor or indoor. This pavilion is to prove otherwise. A boring theater viewing is not fitting for such a technology as futuristic as a drone. Instead, the Drone Pavilion offers viewing tubes, a tubular fabric that immerses the viewers to the films, and an exhibition gallery-styled plan. With this format, the viewers will be watching a 4-5 minutes film inside of one tubes and move on to the other as they finish. Drones are all about extending our views into a perspective we’ve never seen before, and for this purpose, the viewers will be the actors of our film. Once a drone is launched into the sky, it will capture people’s experience inside of the tubes. Not only that, the tubes, held up by multiple drones will dance up and down, creating a landscape unique only to the pavilion.


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The tubular structures are wrapped with fabric made for screenings. Its circular form offers an immersive experience to the viewers inside. Visitors then move from one tube to the other as they finishes the 3-5 minutes long cinematics inside each tube. Drones extend our perspectives to angles we’d once never dreamt to see, which is why this pavilion encourages the use of drones by offering ways of observing interactions from angles unique only to drones. Once the drone takes flight, it captures viewer’s experience inside each of the tubes. During events, the tubes, held up by 3 drones will dance up and down, creating a landscape unique to the pavilion inspired by the perspective and advantage of drone technology footage.

THE TUBE The tube is a Drone based modular exhibition gallery desiged sepecificically for viewing of drone movies. It is composed of modular voronoid ceilings filled with circular tubes that features drone videos made by competitants of the Flying Robots International Film Festival. Each tube can be lifted and expanded to create a bigger opening and landscape.

EXPANSION and LIFT OFF The designs are based on the concept that drones are going to lift the tubes up to create an artificial landscape, a concept in which drones are meant to capture.

CONSTRUCTIONS Railing Expansion Contracted

Expanded

SLAB DETAIL

In days without any festivals or events, these tubes are wrapped up to create more space with in the pavilion and turns the space into a drone racing circuit. The softness of the wrapped up fabric saves the racing drones from deathly crashes while providing a simple obstacle for racers to master. However as mentioned on days with events and festivals, these tubes uncurls itself with the help of drone attatched technology to stretch them up and down, as well as to extend the size of it, creating a viewing space for audiences. During a drone film festival, of course the organizers would want to send some drones up to capture a footage of these tubes-attatched-drones dancing from the bird’s eye view perspective. Organizers could expect the landscape to be different for every festival this pavilion holds.

OPENING Contracted

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Reinforced Bar Reinforces the concrete slab with a steel bar

SECTION scale 1:100

8m FABRIC CONNECTION TOP

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PIPE CLAMP Uses to attatch steel rod from a drone to the structure; allows for expansion

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:: THE UNDERGROUND PARK RESIDENCE Folkroom \ 2017

Folkroom Instructor: Tijn Van de Wijdeven Design Studio: Aug-Dec 2017

Every living organism needs space to live in. Not just space to exist in, but space to relieve ourselves. Spaces can mean to be alone in private, or to have some places to move around. Our homes are where we find the most comfort in by having spaces to relieve and to express ourselves whatever we cannot do in public. With the ever growing population of china, these spaces have come to a halt in big cities, due to urbanization. There are too many people in one space, and those spaces include homes. Housing price skyrocketed, leaving people no choice but to cram into one small apartment room. This yields a problem of bad living conditions with no private space whatsoever as well as no rooms to express ourselves.

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Underground park residence aims to give back the spaces people needs to function by giving these people breathing spaces, providing them with private rooms. The underground park residence is inspired by a traditional vernacular farmer house of Northern China called a Yaodong. Aiming to provide the cheapest housing units with lots of room to move in, the residence is situated in a park. Integrated with Yaodong underground insulation properties and self-construction concept, the dwelling becomes a sustainable housing.


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The DIY aspect of the Yaodong is transferred to here to save construction cost. The main circulation pit will be dug out using machinery for the residence. But other than that, the residence digs out their own rooms as well as the shared space as a community. This allows them to plan out what they want in each of their own units together as a closed community. After digging, the soil walls are then reinforced with brick wall in the bottom and concrete wall on top. The brick wall on the bottom allows for taking out the bricks and making that area into a room. With the aggregation being situated underground, there is little interference to the public space above. The people can still do their park activities on top of the aggregation. While the people below are sleeping, the contrasting activities above ground shows no interference with each other.


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The project is located in a park in the middle of the city of Shanghai, China. This park is called the Century Park. The century park is a vast landscape of green with many existing attraction inside the park itself. I then made a grid system to place the project inside of the park terrains. These grids are defined by the existing terrains of the park. The activity centers are also placed based on the area of the park depending on the type of people that will likely be around the areas. For example, around the folk village area, there might be a lot of elderly and so I put a petanque activity center there since elders love to play petanque.


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:: THE DRAGON SKYWALK

Folkroom \ 2017

Folkroom

Instructor: Tijn Van de Wijdeven Design Studio: Aug-Dec 2017

The Chinatown of Bangkok, also commonly known as Yaowarat, is one of Bangkok’s multicultural districts and home to many Thai-Chinese families. Famous for its street food and rich Chinese culture, Yaowarat is surely a destination for local and foreign tourists alike. However, this raises a problem due to the district’s limited space. There has been an attempt for Yaowarat to grow by introducing an MRT subway station to the area. Although still under construction, the MRT is to be the main means of transportation for people to visit Yaowarat. One form of transportation is seldom enough to escape Bangkok’s congested roads. Therefore, the project introduces an alternative way for people to commute to and from Chinatown without having to bargain with demanding taxi and motorcycle services. The skywalk, both cheap and efficient, will lead people into the heart of Chinatown. In addition, it will also extend into another mass transit transportation system: the river boats.

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The structure, derived from a dragon form and the curvy street that has given Yaowarat its nickname “Dragon road,” signifies the connections within the area. Aside from connecting mass transit systems, the dragon skywalk also gives people on the ground direct access to the higher floors of the shophouses, as well as a connection between each of the shophouses themselves.


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It has been mentioned that Yaowarat is one of the most densely populated areas in Bangkok. In other words, the district has already exceeded its FAR limits. Thus, destroying and rebuilding Yaowarat will reduce its area. The solution to this is to renovate the shophouses from within.The skywalk offers opportunities for Yaowarat to grow despite its densely packed space via its connection to the higher floors of the shophouses.


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Yaowarat is a chaotic area, where multicultural interactions happen on a daily basis. Therefore, it lacks leisure areas for the people in the Chinatown community. As a matter of fact, the district offers no other forms of social interactions aside from shopping. The skywalk offers space where people can take a breather from the hassles of chaotic Chinatown. By way of illustration, there will be resting round benches around a column, and a space to rest inside the skywalk. To incorporate a more relaxed space, there will also be areas of vegetation atop the roof. Vendors can sell fresh vegetables from the rooftop hydroponic garden to tourists. The rooftop garden also serves as a recreational space for residents to exercise.


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:: CLASSIC COLLISIONS Immersive Capriccio \ 2018

Immersive Capriccio

Instructor: Fredrik Hellberg Design Experiment: Jan 2018 Design Experiment: Jan 2018

In the Design and Experiment workshop we explore ways of architectural visualization between the past painting style renderings and the present where technology comes into play. These are how Capriccio paintings of the past could be portrayed with the technology of the 21st century and a slightly different atmosphere.

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Here we merge an original capriccio painting with the new atmosphere of the neo capriccio digital painting. Our new way of expressing space differs from that of the formal pencil/paint renderings of the past. The picture shows methods of the 21st century portraying imaginary spaces in a 3-dimensional way by using Unreal Engine. By utilizing the program we are able to create renderings and even spaces to walk in a game like view from the imaginary spaces we created. Not only that we are able to create an animated video of the gamelike world showcasing architecture models in a unfamiliar yet immersive way.


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In this analysis, there are 5 mains elements that we extracted from the painting: order, orpulance, monumentality and temperance. The technique that Delen used in the painting is the hierarchy of the light. It started with the silhouette in the foreground and transferred to the bright color in the background which exaggerate the length of the nave with mist and fog.


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The cranes are rusted red in the middle with bright lights shining in the busy market streets. Fogs starts consuming the scenery but only where light is visible. In the fore ground, things are dark, taking its forms in silhouette as the bright lights in the back outlines them out. Cities are growing up vertically with neon signs flashing above the fogs. Cables hangs down from every possible surfaces as if they are struggling to hold on.


:: THE MILESTONE Euro Velo 6

Collaborator: Kongphob Amornpatarasin Euro Velo 6 \ 2018

Bee Breeders Competition: Oct-Nov 2018

The Euro Velo Milestone is composed of everything that a cyclist venturing through Europe will ever need. Starting from an information sign that welcomes the cyclist to the milestone’s location. The cyclist will be informed of where they are and given the basic information about that specific camp site. Then, the cyclist would choose whether to stay for just a short break, or to take a long rest depending on the path they choose to enter the station. Within the station is a toilet located in the bottom left and a kitchen/dining room on the bottom right. If the cyclist chooses to stay for a long rest, they could ascend the stairs up to a resting area atop the station, or if there happens to be any accidents to the bikes along the journey, they could use the station’s workshop located behind the stairs to fix their prided mounts. The top module is a resting area in which, for a bigger cabin, also turns into a sleeping room for cyclists to rest for the night. The roof of the module is a solar panel which fuels the whole building’s electricity. The bottom two cabin’s forms give function to the upper module which includes a bench for resting and also an outdoor living space for cyclists to just lay down and enjoy the scenery. The module is made of prefabricated timber frame with steel joints holding the structure all together. It is easy to manufacture and assemble in remote locations and is able to use recycled timber if necessary. While the frame is made of closed off timber, the facade is made of corrugated plastic to provide plenty of natural lighting.

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The two modules below’s forms whose roof gave function to the module above is also given a function by the different heights of their roofs. A lower area of the kitchen module becomes a sitting space while the taller space is a cooking area. The same goes for the toilet module where the lower area is a toilet and the taller area is a shower.


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:: THE THORAX Public Bench Project \ 2016

Public Bench Project

Instructor: Pannasan Sombuntham Design + Build: Aug-Dec 2016

Collaborators: Kongphob Amornpatarasin, Natdanai Wareerinsiri, Norapat Lumdubwong, Panat Triwattana

The concept of the project is a multipurpose public bench slash bike rack. It uses an easy to make interlocking design to construct, consinsting of 11 seat plates and 11 back rest plates, and a simple pvc pipe. In this project we made use of a cnc machine with in the faculty to individually craft the woods into different heights and widths. To clarify, each of the woods are individually different for the purpose of ergonomically suiting each of the cyclists’ heights. The design of the curve adapts to human proportion to ergonomically suit the tired cyclists’ buttocks. The design could be use as a normal public bench as to also provide citizens with normal seatings. Although the curves would make it uncomfortable for homeless to sleep on it.

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As the cyclist parks their bikes behind the bench and locks it into a hole made specially to lock parked bike, the back rest automatically is pushed up ready for the cyclist to rest themselves.


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:: TEJIDO

Design Build for Community

Design + Build \ 2017

Tolox, Spain

Instructor: Patxi Martin, Natalia Vigaray Design Studio: Jun-Jul 2017

A material exploration workshop that aims at a local material, esparto. An esparto was once a local product of Tolox, Spain which is a type of grass found in nearby mountains and forests. Forty years ago the families would weave esparto into a ribbon to produce local products for exporting throughout Spain. These ribbons formed by esparto weaving is a base for every type of produce known as Pleita. Later these pleitas would be transformed into baskets, fishing nets, cheese moulds, bottle covers, cloths, and even wearables such as shoes and bags. However in recent years the culture of esparto weaving have been declining at an alarming rate to which only 3 known craftmans are left in the small country side town of Tolox. Our project was to find a way to raise awareness, and try to regenerate the long inherited culture of esparto weaving to this town. As we analyzed the problems throughout a very small time frame and worked with local craftmen in specialized workshops and came to find that esparto has been disappearing due to the it being perceived as an ancient tradition, relating esparto products to a former, old aged lifestyle. So to combat this perception, we, students from a foreign country invaded the town as aliens, as in people whom are foreign from this land to reintroduce what we as designers and foreigners think we can do with this material.

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Throughout the project we experimented with the materials, combining it with foam, silicon, and even resin to create a wide range of products the locals have never made before. We produced a series of films to promote our exhibition at the end with the concept of aliens visiting this small town.


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The film co-directed by Chanai Chaitaneeyachat and I focuses on two alien figures whom arrived at this small town of Tolox and found the raw material, an esparto grass. These two aliens wonders what it could be by playing with it at first, then uses it to smack each other. As a craftman walks by he teaches these aliens to weave esparto into a ribbon base. From then on the two alines experimented with the product until they’ve created series of new product from this traditional local material. With a series of films about these aliens we were able to advertise ourselves, get to know the locals, and interest them into what we are actually doing by an easy to understand silent commedy that transcend the language barrier.

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On the last day we exhibited our newly invented esparto tiles, stamps, lamps, and many other products to which the locals were interested to see how much more valuable their previously percevied ancient material has become.


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:: WHY NOT?

Design Build for Community

REDUCE REUSE RECYCLE

Instructor: Tijn Van de Wijdeven, Natalia Vigaray

Design Build \ 2018

Design Build: Jun-Jul 2018

Plastic products surround us in everyday life. We need plastic to eat, work, clean, and perform many more activities at home and other places. Plenty of objects are used several times and live a long and happy life. But a lot is used only once and then thrown away. ‘Why Not?’ is developed with students and instructors from INDA, International Program in Design and Architecture at Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok. Why don’t we separate this plastic from other types of waste? Why don’t we reuse this for other purposes at home? Why don’t we recycle at home?Why not...?

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‘Why Not?’, the project, entails a range of processes to transform plastic objects of single use into products of reuse. Simultaneously, we established a series of workshops at three schools in the Charoenkrung area as an attempt to introduce these processes to children.The tools and skills provided for these processes can be found in every household. Domestic appliances and small hand tools are contained in a set of stations which each facilitate a specific set of operations. As such, recycling is made accessible to consumers of all ages. Whilst minimizing the amount of plastic waste, the home becomes a place of production and creativity.


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:: PERSONAL INFORMATION

Napatr Pornvisawaraksakul 18 November 1996, Bangkok, Thailand

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Address: Email: Phone:

88/12, Nonsi 18, Nonsi Rd., Yannawa, BKK, THA 10120 napatr.pornvisawaraksakul@gmail.com +66873434150


Education

Bachelor of Science in Architecture

Highschool Education

2015-2019

2012-2015

International Program in Design and Architecture (INDA), Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand (Second Degree Honor)

International Community School (ICS), Bangkok, Thailand, (Honors)

Software Skills Computer Modeling Tools

Photoshop Illustrator Indesign Lightroom Premiere Pro After Effect

Advance Advance Intermediate Advance Advance Basic

Rhinoceros Grasshopper Sketch Up AutoCAD Cinema4D Unreal Engine Vray for Rhino GIS software

Academic Experience

Design+Build

Fundamental of Structural Design

Tejido

Public Bench, 2016

Construction Technology Span Challenge, 2017

Experiencing Architecture CPH Wheeling, Copenhagen, Denmark, Instructor: Hans Hendrick, Peter Fisher, 2016

Microsoft Office Advance Basic Intermediate Intermediate Basic Intermediate Advance Basic

Word Excel Powerpoint

Advance Advance Advance

Urban Safari, International Design + Build Project, Tolox, Spain, 2017, (PR team)

WHY NOT? Plastic Recycling with Local Community, Design + Build for community project, Charoen Krung, Bangkok, Thailand, 2018 (Head of PR Team)

Resume \ 2015-2019

Adobe Creative Suite

Exchange Program École Bleue School of Design, Paris, France, 2018

Publications Tejido

Why Not?

Selected Design+Build of the year : INDA Newsletter

Selected Design + Build of the year : INDA Newsletter

Ur-Breed: The Dragon Skywalk

Flagship Landscape: The Tube

Selected Drawing : INDA Newsletter

Selected Drawing : INDA Newsletter

References

Design Studio Instructor pklieopatinon@cuinda.com

Tijn Van de Wijdeven Design Studio Instructor tijnvandewijdeven@cuinda.

Natalia Vigaray Design+Build Instructor nveravigaray@cuinda.

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