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INDEX INTRODUCTION Resume

03-04

NY: GSAPP ACADEMIC WORK Silhouette

05-18

Miner’s social catalyst

19-30

Pool 40

31-38

Techniques of the ultrareal

39-42

MADRID: ETSAM ACADEMIC WORK London Zoo Visitors’ Center

43-52

Las Tablas Day Care Center, Madrid

53-56

PROFESSIONAL WORK Madrid: With Rogers Stirk Harbour+Partners / Madrid:Luis Vidal y Asociados 57-62 NY: With Nandinee Phookan Architects

63-68

Madrid: With Garcia-German Architects

69-78

FURTHER DESIGN WORK Independent experience

References

79-80

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CONTACT INFO Address:

610 W113th St Apt 5B2

City:

New York 10025 NY

Cell:

646.474.2161

Email:

pfv.architect@gmail.com

Skype:

pablo.fernandez.villaverde

Blog:

pablofv.tumblr.com

LinkedIn:

http://goo.gl/kOgCD


RÉSUMÉ BIO Born May 7th, 1985. Spanish nationality. ........................................................................................................................

EDUCATION •Master of Science in Advanced Architectural Design from GSAPP Columbia University. May 2012-May 2013. •Architect by the Madrid Polytechnic School (E.T.S.A.M.): 2003-2010 (6 years degree equivalent to Bachelor + Master of Architecture). First Level Honors. Areas of Concentration: 1. Construction Techniques. 2. Building Management. •Valedictorian at High School Fomento-Fundacion, Madrid, Spain. ........................................................................................................................

HONORS AND AWARDS •William Kinne Fellows Traveling Prize for the proposal Recent Architectural Strategies for Civic Space (2013). •First Prize in the Brooklyn Building Award, as a team member at Nandinee Phookan Architects (2011). •Finalist in the Future Façade Trespa Competition (2010). •Second Prize in the International Competition of Photography Fototalentos 09 over 30.000 contestants (2009). •First Prize in the Europan 9 Competition, organized by the European Union, as a team member of García-German Arquitectos (2006). •Freshman college scholarship at Madrid Polytechnic School (E.T.S.A.M.). •First Prize at the Spanish National Mathematics Cometition Guadalaviar ´05 and Guadalaviar ´06 (2005 and 2006). ........................................................................................................................

WORKING EXPERIENCE •Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners (www.rsh-p.com) / Vidal Arquitectos y Asociados (www.luisvidal.com), Madrid, Spain. January 2012 - April 2012. Implementation of design and construction drawing sets for large scale public hospitals. Environmental research for new typological techniques. Intermediate Architect:

1. Novo Hospital de Vigo (297,243 m2). Galicia, Spain.

2. Hospital Can Mises (19,156 m2). Ibiza, Spain.

•Nandinee Phookan Architects (www.nandineephookan.com), New York City. June 2010-Dicember 2011. Junior Architect: Development of preliminary design drawings for commercial and residential spaces. Preparation of working sets, description and construction documents. Application of artistic technical skills to create sketches, presentations, renderings, and competitions. Sustainable building research in order to achieve LEED accreditation. Survey inventory and as-built drawing sets elaboration. Meeting and dealing with clients. Main projects:

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RÉSUMÉ 1.

28 Old Fulton Street: Renovation of a 3,700 sq. ft. apartment duplex in

Brooklyn Heights, NYC. 2.

NYCHA affordable housing renovations in White Plains, Yorktown and

Newsburgh, Upstate NY. 3.

Galgotia University Master Plan. Mumbai, India.

4.

Community First corporate offices in DUMBO, Brooklyn

5. Design and development of furniture for Imake Studio (www.imake.com) •García-German Arquitectos (www.garciagerman.com), Madrid, Spain. June 2007-May 2010. Student architect: Research, design and debate of proposals and competitions. Construction drawings development. Responsible of image elaboration for both public competitions and private clients. Main projects:

1.

M40 social housing: 56 public dwellings in Madrid.

2.

Nacka Rings: Master plan for a suburb in Stockholm, Sweden.

3.

Nodo Ciudalcampo. Offices and retail development with a public square.

4.

Affordable housing competitions in Vallecas and Vicalvaro (Madrid).

5.

Urban planning n in La Marina neighbourhood, Madrid.

6.

Mixed use SSR: 400,000 sq.ft. of offices and retail space.

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FURTHER ARTISTIC & DESIGN EXPERIENCE •Writer at Cyan Mag (www.cyanmag.com/author/pablo). May 2010-May 2011. Entries of architecture and design in a Spanish online art magazine. •Collaboration with Architecture for Humanity: elaboration of recruitment posters for Shanghai office (2010). •Design of corporate logos: Fundación Autor (2011 competition), Santander Creativa (2011 competition), and Tresdecuatro (2010). ........................................................................................................................

LANGUAGES Spanish (native), English (proficient; TOEFL 107), German (basic). ........................................................................................................................

COMPUTER SKILLS •Computer Aided Design (CAD): Autodesk AutoCAD, MicroStation. •Building Information Modeling (BIM): Autodesk Revit. •Modeling and animation and rendering package: Autodesk 3DStudio Max, Rhino, SketchUp, Vray, Mentalray. •Graphic, vectorial, and video editing: Adobe Creative Suite CS: Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, After Effects, Premiere. •Parametric Design: Grasshopper. •Structures Calculation: CYPE, Metal 3D. •Geographical Information System: ArcGIS •Microsoft Office: Word, Excel, Power Point, and Project. ........................................................................................................................

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NY: GSAPP ACADEMIC WORK DICTIONARY OF RECEIVED IDEAS: SILHOUETTE ENRIQUE WALKER, CRITIC

The studio consisted in an attempt to redefine received ideas. After the selection of the cliché of the Silhouette building –a flat extrusion of a recognizable figure–, our team adapted the original concept to the assigned program, a cinemateque. In our project, we revert the conventional understanding of the received idea by using the following guidelines: 01.

DISCIPLINED

INTERSECTION

BETWEEN

SERVING

AND

SERVED: The building gets organized by two systems: the arrangement of cinemas and the circulation scheme. The latter one overlaps the cinemas in strategic locations lo redefine its relation, enhancing their individual functions. 02.

Received Idea

SPIRAL CIRCULATION: composed by stairs and platforms,

Tthe system links the different levels creating a continuous double spiral. The foyers are configured as an extension of the route. 03.

FOYER CATEGORIZATION: The building deliberately lacks

a main foyer, creating diverse possibilities. Each cinema has an opening system that characterizes the foyers for alternative uses and attached program. 04.

URBAN ACUPUNTURE: The cinemateque is located in a stan-

dard neighborhood inside the NY urban fabric grid (Hell’s Kitchen). This minimum urban intervention aims to generate a maximum effect creating a recognizable symbol of cultural identity for a generic community. 05.

TRANSGRESSION THE CLICHÉ: The silhouette is at the same

time the main structure of the building and the space for the “back of the house”, all the serving spaces that are not a part of the relation between circulation and cinemas. The silhouette spans six structural walls that provide formal and organizational freedom for

Redefined received Idea

cinemas and route configuration.

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Structural concept 07

01. Walls and trusses

02. Core Circulation

03. Core program

04. Enclosed cores

05. Cinemas from truss to truss

06. Foyer trays


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Indoor circulation

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Double circulation system

screen OC 01 screen screen screen screen

screen

Consecutive circulation diagrams 10


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Vertically sectioned axonometrics 12


Horizontally sectioned axonometrics 13


Axonometric 14


Indoor Cinema 01

Indoor Cinema 02

Main Cinema

Informal Cinema

Foyer

Foyer

Entrance

Circulation System

Seating Space

Exhibition Space

Billboard Entrance Projection room Circulation System

Book Shop

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Indoor Cinema 03

Outdoor Cinema 01

Projection room

Canopy Screen Projection room Foyer

Indoor Cinema 04

Circulation System

Circulation System

Outdoor Cinema 02

Perfonrmance Open Air Cinema Screen

Flat Cinema

Circulation System

Foyer

Projection room Projection room Observatory Seminar

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Outdoor Cinema 01 / Semi-covered

Indoor cinema 04 / Seminar

154 seats

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Outdoor Cinema 02 / Open air 66 seats

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NY: GSAPP ACADEMIC WORK

//////MINERS’ SOCIAL ACTIVATOR MABEL O. WILSON , CRITIC FUTURE ARCHITECTURES AFRICA 4.0: Media / Memory / Multitudes

South Africa is a nation shaped by economic, social, and political inequalities. The purpose of my project is delivering the basic infrastructure to the most disadvantaged class to counteract their alienation from their living environment, empowering its identity in order to join broader economic and social network.

Inspiration: mine workers’ habitat and struggles.

With this aim, the chosen location of intervention is the miners’ hostel in the township of Alexandra. This large volume reduces it scale by volume decomposition and material combination. The new intermediating scale integrates better in the townships’ urban fabric, while conserves the memory of the oppressive past. The building gets filled with a new program and the ground floor becomes

From seggregation to integration. MIixture of program.

public, as well as the fragmented patio. All this interventions are addressed to improve miners’ status, becoming an attraction for the people and enabling strong communal interaction. The area of the hostel is increased by an addition of a new structure to the façade and the occupation of the patio, eliminating the current Panopticon configuration. Thus, the same location that symbolized segregation becomes a space of integration, implication, and com-

Modular addition to the facade. Monumental scale break.

munity organization.

Understood as the first step on a set of interventions in hostels throughout Johannesburg, the building of Alexandra gets physically connected with a Mineworkers’ Union in Maboneng through an aerial tram, which would eventually connect the main focuses of Break panopticos. From one point of view to multiple evolutionary ones

mining activity in the city

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Statistics • Population • Area • Density

450,000 6.54 km2 Alex Station

68,000 p/km2

Races • Black

99.2%

• Coloured

0.7%

Languages

Alexandra main buildings Males’ hostel current situation

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Central

Soweto

Balmoral Station Diekloof Station

• Zulu

27.6%

• North Sotho

24.4%

• Tsonga

11.8%

• Tswana

10.5%

Mukor Station

Benrose Station

General strategy: mining union central + stations


parking

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01.Existing monolithic building

02. Brick facade removal

03.Volumetric break

04.Floors extension

05.New program insertion

06.Bricks rearrangement

07.Footbridges creation

08. Individual development

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apart-hotel

community area

computer rooms

artistic workshops

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rentable spaces

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studios/ofices

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community area

union offices community area

classes

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iMaginarium Transportation

iMaginarium Education

iMaginarium Communication

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02. Floors configuration

06. Modular evolution

04. Railings, stairs and bracing

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iMaginarium Miners’ Union

Union administration

Meeting rooms

Union annual

Union offices

Union events

congress space

Small businesses

Commerce

Cafe

Economical activator

iMaginarium Transportation

Taxi ranck

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Public transportation

Bike racks


mech

urban farm

slab tram stationmech

core

urban farm

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slab

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core

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Fourth floor plan

tram stationmech viewpoint

tram station

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COMMISSIONER STREET COMMISSIONER COMMISSIONER STREET STREET

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NY: GSAPP ACADEMIC WORK

///PIER 40, POOL 40 KATE ORFF, CRITIC ESTUARIUM / The Hudson River Studio

Hudson River waterfront revitalization. Mixed-use redevelopment of the Pier 40

The project has the aim of creating a set of guidelines to follow in the Hudson River regeneration. With that purpose, the inter00. Current Pier 40

01. Volumetric Break

vention takes place in the Pier 40, an example of underused infrastructure with a great potential. Soon after its completion in 1963 as one of the last attempts of New York City to retain commercial shipping in Manhattan, this bulky volume became obsolete, being used primarily as a parking lot. The project is based on three main instructions in order to become a first step in the waterfront revitalization, as well as an exceptional community space for the West Village neighbors’ use and economy: 


02. Footprint appropriation

03. Urban fabric overlay

01. The building proposes a public appropriation of the large space of the pier´s footprint. The building opens to the city, providing civic space and public amenities. A large swimming pool with water from the river will be the core of these services, complemented with shops, stands, community center, etc. 


02. With the requirement of being economically self-sustained, 04. Slopes configuration

05. Streets extrusion

the income is obtained mainly through private uses superimposed to the public ones. A hotel and offices in elevated volumes are the principal private uses, completed with addition semi-public profitable uses, such as commerce and parking space.


03. The new building is beneficial for the environment. As a consequence of a global responsibility, the intervention will incorporate re06. Program insertion

Operative Strategy

07. Pools creation

newable energy sources and ecological tools, such as the filtration of the river water used for the pools and other non-potable dedications.

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passage parking

storefront Existing entrance and environment

1.5 height commerce Buffer Pool 1

stairs

parking

interior stairs

storage

Pool 2 Buffer

vegetation

Buffer

commerce

Pool 3 Buffer 0

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shop locker

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rooms

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Streets and slopes floor plan

double height commerce

storefront

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(+5.0m)

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(-1.0m)

-2_mean tide level

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-3_low tide level

(-3.0m)

-4_new pier base level

(-4.0m)


Program •W Houston St : Water Connector. W HOUSTON ST Overpass

Filtration maintenance; Locker rooms; WEST ST

Restrooms; Mini-aquarium; Kayak; Swimming shops; Fishing shop. •Christopher St: Leisure Developer. Gym; Bike rental; Playing spaces; Meeting offices; Day care center. •Clarkson St: Catering Supplier. Terraces; Restaurant; Cafeteria; Bar

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Rain water used for

Rain water used for

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Kids’ pool: potable water Terrace filtration Adults’ pool Filtered water Hudson river water flow

Water entrance

Filtration wall

Clean water return to the river

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Summer

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Winter


Current Area •350,000 sqf. of underused parking space WEST ST Street Entrance

Parking Entrance

Hotel Entry Piazza

•200,000 sqf. of outdated Parking Exit

Street Entrance

Public Entry Piazza

office space

Hotel Entry Piazza

N1

S1

Proposed Area

Wind protection vegetation

•146,264 sqf. terrace ($)

N2

S2

•254,325 sqf. hotel ($$$)

Hotel/Office Units

•109,615 sqf. offices ($$) •580,815 sqf. public space ($)

S3

•244,436 sqf. filtration space •205,625 sqf. commerce ($$$) SOUTH BUILDING

NORTH BUILDING

N3

N4 S4

•336,384 sqf. parking lot ($$) •1,052,235 sqf. total profitable area ($$$)

Hotel/Office Units

Exploded axonometric N5

Wind protection vegetation

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Programmatic Section commercial space hotel hotel double height offices

elevated steet public space

commercial space

parking foundations

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NY: GSAPP ACADEMIC WORK ///TECHNIQUES OF THE ULTRAREAL This workshops was involved in the exploration and identification of multiple techniques and strategies for the architectural rendering — either photorealistic, analytic, or abstract— to capture the essence of the architectural project and convey different spatial conceptions.

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MADRID: ETSAM ACADEMIC WORK ///SENIOR THESIS LONDON ZOO VISITORS’ CENTER INTRODUCTION This project proposes an extension for the London Zoo, with a new volume that works both as an entrance building and as an expansion of the associated spaces, addressed for the education and research of the nature. With that aim, an elevated longitudinal volume creates a new limit of the Zoo, making it grow to the east. The extension creates a new free and open atmosphere, which blurs the privacy concept and avoid physical barriers.

CIRCULATIONS’ FOCUS The Zoo is located in Regent’s Park, one of the best public spaces in London. It is situated next to a pedestrian path that vertebrates the park, mutating at the south edge into a major street of the city. With the Zoo at the west of the broad walk, the new volume is located in the east, forcing the circulations to pass through the site and being invited to visit the new building

PUBLIC RE-DEFINITION In order to retain the former value of the site, the project attempts to redefine its public and urban qualities. Due to this purpose, a large plaza between the building and the Zoo enhances the unity of the project, as well as it creates a dual condition park-city. A slight twist of the situation of the floor plan from the intuitive alignment with the walk generates the searched centripetal space.

MINIMIZING FOOTPRINT The longitudinal volume rises whenever possible, to minimize the footprint, especially noticeable in its natural environment. When doing this, it forms large covered outdoor areas adjacent to the plaza. These spaces are very important due to the local climate in London, and get activated by the circulation motivated by the multiplicity of entrances to the building and its three specific foyers. The final image, characterized by an eye-catching red aluminum façade, inspired by the prefabricated modules of Jean Prouvé, avoids the cliché of the integration as “camouflage”. Instead, the integration

Site plan

is a direct response to its milieu.

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Partitions Schedule

600

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G_C REFUERZO CON TABLERO KNAUF E=12,5MM LONG 300MM CADA METRO

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3.6

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TICKETS

630

0.9

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3.0

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F1´

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3.9

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250

1.2

4.3

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MEETING POINT

350

0.3

RESTAURANT

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T2

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F2

SHOP

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F3: LOWER SLAB

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recubrimiento de aluminio pintado de blanco

F2: MIDDLE SLAB_ F3: LOWER SLAB

BAR

4.8

F3_50cm

L1

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PROJECTION ROOM

espacio para instalaciones

viga transversal heb 340 espacio para instalaciones recubrimiento de aluminio pintado de blanco

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T2

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T2

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F3´

viga transversal heb 340

mallazo electrosoldado redondos de acero d.5mm de una trama 200x300

F1´

CHILDREN AREA

EXHIBITIONS

350

chapa atornillada de unión entre forjado y peldaño

chapa colaborante de acero galvanizado e=1mm

viga transversal HEB 550 losa de hormigon h.250 e=15cm

vigueta IPE 160 barrera de vapor aplicada in situ a base de dos manos de emulsion asfáltica

D

+10.9

4.6

+6.2

B

3.2

2.1

chapa colaborante de acero galvanizado e=1mm losa de hormigon h.250 e=15cm

membrana impermeabilizante de pvc rhenofol

MECH

0.9

F2

armadura negativa

armadura negativa a base de redondos de acero d14mm cada 200mm

T2: TECHNICAL WALL. E=254MM

3.2

4.3

48

COTAS EN MILIMETROS

CHILDREN7.1 AREA

2.1

tubo

viga transversal colgada:ipe 300

suelo radiante

110

tablero de aglom

vigueta ipe 160

G

110

solado de linoleo

mallazo electrosoldado redondos de acero d.5mm de una trama 200x300

E

D

F2_35-38cm

suelo radiante

grava

C

F_CÁMARA DE AIRE 110MM PARA ALOJAMIENTO DE INSTALACIONES Y ESTRUCTURA

46

F1´_80cm

fieltro sintetico geotextil de filamentos continuos de poliester

1.5

+10.9

EXHIBITIONS

E

UNIONES CON TORNILLO AUTOPERFORANTE T25 KNAUFF

3.5

STAIRS

10.8

E_DOBLE

C

F_CÁMARA DE AIRE 10MM

46

+16.3 MECH

3.4

THEME AREA F1

C

F

hormigón de pendiente

poliestireno extruido de alta densidad e=5cm

pavimento de madera de teka

150

D_ BANDA ELASTICA BAJO CANAL

T2: DOUBLE WALL. E=154MM

T1: SIMPLE WALL. E=100MM

3.2

PLACA KNAUF GK/RF E=13MM DE ARRIOSTRMIENTO A MONTANTES SEPARADOS 60CM E TOTAL=13+13/13+13=52MM

tablero de aglomerado hidrófugo

C_ AISLAMIENTO TERMICO-ACUSTICO DE LANA DE ROCA E=46MM

254

F

F1_80cm

plot regulable de pvc para soporte del pavimento

B_ CANAL DE ACERO GALVANIZADO U-48

13

D

+15.8

F

E_DOBLE

46

UNIONES CON TORNILLO AUTOPERFORANTE T25 KNAUFF

154

D_ BANDA ELASTICA BAJO CANAL

C

46

+14.1

C_ AISLAMIENTO TERMICO-ACUSTICO DE LANA DE ROCA E=46MM

154

F 13

E_DOBLE

C

B

SECCIÓN HORIZONTAL

100

D_ BANDA ELASTICA BAJO CANAL

T3

A_ MONTANTE DE ACERO GALVANIZADO C-46 CADA 60CM

A

B_ CANAL DE ACERO GALVANIZADO U-48

SECCIÓN VERTICAL

B

C_ AISLAMIENTO TERMICO-ACUSTICO DE LANA DE ROCA E=46MM

100 13

T2

A_ MONTANTE DE ACERO GALVANIZADO C-46 CADA 60CM

A

B_ CANAL DE ACERO GALVANIZADO U-48

SECCIÓN VERTICAL

B

Slabs Schedule

T1

A_ MONTANTE DE ACERO GALVANIZADO C-46 CADA 60CM

A

X07

3.6

39.9

X08

3.6

X09

3.6

X10

3.6

X11

3.6

X13

X12

3.6

3.6

X15

X14

3.6

3.6

X16

X18

X17

3.6

3.6

3.6

X20

X19

3.6

3.6

X21

3.6

X23

X22

3.6

3.6

X25

X24

3.6

3.6

X26

3.6

X28

X27

3.6

3.6

X30

X29

3.6

3.6

X31

3.6

X32

3.6 223.2

Y01 Y02

6.4

+6.0

EXHIBITIONS

Y03 +4.4

+6.2

Y05 Y07

+5.8

+2.3

+0.2 1.2 T2

10.8

4.8

Y09

+5.6

Y11 Y12

0

3.6

3.6

3.6

10

3.6

15

STO

5.2

BOOK STORE

2.3

+6.1

+6.4

T2

PROJECTOR

T2

5.2

T3

BR

+5.6

1.1

2.4

+4.7

LABORATORY

17.8

1.2

SHOP

6.0 1.0

BR

T2

T3

T1

12.6

3.6

20

3.6

25

3.6

30

3.6

3.6

35

3.6

40

3.6

C1

3.6

45

17.8

+6.4

C1

3.6

1.3

1.1

T2

3.4

1.2

T3

+0.6 +4.1

T2

PROJECTION ROOM

C1

3.6

T2 T2 T1

16.1

1.2

5.6

T3

8.5

8.4

1.2

Y10

1.2

1.3

STANDS

Y08

45

+5.9

+5.6

2.4

Y04 Y06

C2

C2

C2

3.6

50

3.6

55

3.6

3.6

60

3.6

65

3.6

70

3.6

3.6

75

3.6

80

3.6

3.6

85

3.6

90

3.6

95

3.6

3.6

100

3.6

3.6

223.2

110

1.


Skylights Schedule F3´_50cm

F4_40cm

pavimento según espacio suelo radiante

merado hidófugo

UNIÓN FIJO-FIJO

UNIÓN FIJO-ABATIBLE 0.91

0.82

os de acero lacado en blanco para formación de peldaño

EXTERIOR

L1

panel de aislamietno semirígido sobre impermeabilizante con barrera de vapor

extructura auxiliar formada por 90.120.3

vidrio practicable: 12+6+12

perfil estructural formado por IPE 120+IP2 200

molde prefabricado circular de hormigón

junta elástica

acabado superficial (e=2mm) -exterior aluminio pintado color ral 2004 -interior según espacio

losa de hormigon h.250 e=20cm

L2

pavimento o tierra

0.91

INTERIOR

aislamiento de lana mineral (e=30+30mm) tablero dm (e=36mm) pernio y herraje de acero inoxidable

cerco y precerco de madera de pino tablero de contrachapado (e=12mm)

5cm de capa de compresión placa alveolar e=25cm mallazo electrosoldado redondos de acero d.5mm de una trama 200x300 pavimento según espacio suelo radiante

0.91

0.09

0.10

punto de luz de bajo consumo

C1

UNIÓN ABATIBLE-ABATIBLE

0.91

1400

5cm de capa de compresión

palatafora metaíloca de tramex para servicio de mantenimiento y limpieza de cubierta

picaportede acero inoxidable

placa alveolar 25cm

vidrio climalit 6+12+6 con protección solar carpintería practicable

trabesaño 90.50.3

silicona estructural

EXTERIOR

0.13

encachado de grava

3 cm de arena

F5_50cm

membrana impermeabilizante de pvc rhenofol

.7

1.6

0.91

UNIÓN FIJO-FIJO

+16.3 MECH

F1´

LOUNGE T2

3.8

F2

T2

T2 3.5

2.5

BR

ADMIN T2

4.3

T2

CLOAKROOM

F2 3.4

T2

2.9

FOYER

12.7

ASSEMBLY HALL 3.4

3.6

T2

T2 +6.8 F3

F2

STO

MULTI-USE

3.5

T3

T2

350

PODIUM

6.0

F2 3.4 2.1

+6.8

LECTURER ROOM

F2

F3´ 5.2

4.6

610

L2

0.3

MAINT

+14.1

ARCHIVE

F1

+10.6

+10.6

7.3

0.9

+6.4 F3

5.5

T2

3.5

+15.7

0.9

STAIRS

2.1

T1

3.2

+16.3 MECH

MEDIATEQUE

F1´

T2

DIRECTION

T2

barilla telescópica para la apertura del lucernario por mecanismo electrónico

L2: BASEMENT SKYLIGHT

L1

+10.3 BR

C2

L1: ROOF SKYLIGHT

LIBRARY

F1´

5.8

T2

3.8

INTERIOR

0.91

UNIÓN FIJO-ABATIBLE

L1

COMPUTERS

T2

0.91

UNIÓN FIJO-ABATIBLE

C1: WEST FACADE_ C2: EAST FACADE

F4: SLAP IN GROUND FLOOR_ F5: SLAB

WITH STEPS

5.8

0.9

610

+1.4

110

F5

6.9

+1.6

0.9

+0.7

LOUNGE

F4

4.2

4.8

4.6

28.6

3.1

+2.2

0.7

F5

7.1

9.9

-2.4 F5

20.1

Longitudinal Section X33

3.6

X34

X35

3.6

X36

3.6

X37

3.6

3.6

X38

3.6

X39

3.6

X40

3.6

X41

3.6

X43

X42

3.6

3.6

X45

X44

3.6

3.6

X46

X48

X47

3.6

3.6

3.7

+6.8

3.6

X50

X49

3.6

3.6

X51

3.6

X52

3.6

X53

3.6

X54

3.6

X55

3.6

X56

X57

3.6

3.6

X58

3.6

X59

3.6

X60

3.6

X61

3.6

X62

3.6

C2

X63

3.6

C2 1.8

+6.4

+6.4

+6.8

+6.6 4.7

T3 T1

8.2

1.7

STO T2

T2 3.2 BR T2

ADMIN

1.2

T2

3.6

T3

3.5

T2

5.3

T1

T1

T3

DIRECTION

1.4

R2.8

BR T2

4.8

MEETING

T1

7.0

T1

7.2

0.8

4.1

FOYER

+6.4

T1

2.4

STO

2.1

3.0

BR T3

T2

4.6 1.9

7.2

T3

CLOAKROOM

1.2 1.2

T1 14.4

T3

1.2

1.2

T1

1.2

T2 1.2

ASSEMBLY HALL

1.2

1.2

BR T2

1.6

T2

1.8

1.2

17.4

10.8

T3

3.3

11.9

MULTI-USE

MAINT

2.1

T2

T2

1.2

BR T3

T3

T1

1.6

0.5

T2

+0.7 2.4

T1

+1.4

1.3

T1

2.7

+2.7

3.1

8.2

T3 T2

T3

+4.7

BR

2.1

1.2

+6.8

T1

1.8

C1

3.6

3.6

3.6

3.6

C1

3.6

3.6

3.6

3.6

3.6

3.6

3.6

3.6

3.6

3.6

3.6

3.6

3.6

3.6

C1

3.6

3.6

3.6

3.6

3.6

3.6

3.6

3.6

3.6

3.6

3.6

3.6

3.6

Second floor plan 120

130

140

150

160

170

180

190

200

210

220

46


Structural axonometric

Metal profiles used

HANGING COLUMNS Ø65.2, Ø65.3, Ø65.4

0.30

STEEL PLATE BEAM 500X600MM

Prefabricated bathrooms

0.30

BR4: COLLECTIVE RESTROOM

0.22

0.30

HEB 550

HEB 600

0.30

0.53

IPE 220 IPE 300

0.53

0.02

0.30

HEM 500+ PLATES 10-30MM

0.90

JOIST IPE 160

0.04

METAL DECK ACERALIA 76/383 1MM

0.12

HEM 500 + PLATES 30MM

0.04

0.90

0.90

1.80 0.90

0.90

1.80 0.90

0.90

1.80

STEEL PLATES BEAM 600X500

1.20

0.90

2.55

1.15 5.40

0.60

0.45

1.73

0.90

O4

1.20

1.20

2.40

BR2: ADA RESTROOM

7.20

1.20

1.20

1.20

O1

1.20

O5

C1.3.D

O6

0.43

F1.3

F1.2

20

E2.3

19

1.64

F1 1.06

F1.1

1.80

S4

0.90

E2.2

P3

PANEL ABATIBLE ABIERTO

+14.2

CIRCULATION

C2

0.45

O2

12

P3

11

1.18

10

E2

+12.1

07

2.17

2.10

0.50

2.10

0.12

F6.5

S1

0.17

F6.2

F2.8 F2.7 F2.6

F6.4

S4

SANEAMIENTO

0.60

F2.5 F2.2

EXHIBITION SPACE

E2

10

F2

F2.1

F2.3

0.17 01

F1.7

F2.4

F2.8

0.36

0.66

F2.7

SUELO TÉCNICO INTERIOR

0.90 C2.4

1.03

0.47

C2.1

2.72

1.90

0.10 0.10

0.78

0.05

+10.9

E2

O7

C1

0.53

E1

0.37

F2 0.30

2.60

PANEL ABATIBLE ABIERTO

0.29

1.16

0.80 CONDUCTO DE CLIMATIZACIÓN

0.15

CARPINTERÍA PRACTICABLE

2.10

F6

S1

SUMIDERO SUELO TÉCNICO EXTERIOR

0.10 E2

0.90

02

F6.1

590

O1

1.18

03

0.90

F6

0.90

H=30CM T=14CM

06 05 04

0.90

0.90

C2.2

0.53

P3

3.20 08

2.10

O1

1.80 0.90

C2.1

1.10

T4.1

E2.1

09

2.10

0.90

+14.9 1.80

T4

15

13

0.10

1.80 0.90

F1.2

14

0.78

0.90

E1

0.60

F1CONDUCTO DE CLIMATIZACIÓN

16

T4

0.14

F1.9

F1.3

T4.2

TERRACE

18 17

O2

F1.11 F1.7

0.80

21

F1.1

C1.2

C1.3.A

1.12

1.80

0.90

+15.9

CUBIERTA TRANSITABLE

F1.10 22

0.16

C1.3.B

PANEL FIJO

0.15

1.80

REJILLAS DE VENTILACIÓN

23

C1

1.80

O3

O1

CUBIERTA TRANSITABLE

E1 C1.3.C

1.20

1.00

1.80

REJILLAS DE VENTILACIÓN

1.20

0.15

0.25

1.72

5.40

0.90

0.12

HOLLOW METAL TUBE Ø65.2, 65.3, 65.4

1.20

O3

0.78 0.70

0.75 1.50

1.80

1.48

14.40

1.80 0.90

1.50

0.10

1.30

0.34

0.03

STEEL PLATES BEAM 340X500

0.07

7.20 1.80

1.50

0.45

0.51 0.03

0.03

STEEL PLATES BEAM 340X500MM

1.43

1.05

0.61

1.65

3.60

HEM 500 + PLATES 20MM

0.03 CONCRETE SLAB H=10CM

0.90 2.30

0.03

0.51 0.03

FACADE SUBESTRUCTURE #90.3

0.15 1.20

0.10

0.30

HEM 500 + PLATES 10MM

BEAMS HEB 340

2.70

2.70

0.12

0.80

HEB 340

0.01

BR1: BASIC RESTROOM

2.70

0.15

0.34

HANGING BEAMS IPE 300, 220

BR3: LOCKING ROOM

0.11

0.60

0.55

C2.1

P3

C2.2

4.05

P3

C2.2

C2.3

0.90 1.00

O1

2.10

2.10 2.10

E2

2.10

7.09

0.90 1.20

33

0.17

PANEL FIJO

H=30CM T=14CM

11

30

28

1.80

1.20

12

H=90CM T=42CM

32 31

29 10

S5

E2

E2

0.15

H=30CM T=14CM

+3.8

34 33 32 31

10

30

23 22

21

07

20

0.05

+4.0

20

0.91

0.34

0.35

F3.8

15

05

F3.7

0.10 0.50 E3

0.39

F3.6 F3.3

14

F3.4

07

21 20 19

3.23

+3.2

2.0 ALAMACENAJE DE COJINES PARA EL GRADEÍO

18

06

S1

1.9

24

0.14

05

17 16 15

2.30 2.40

1.10

0.50

0.13

06

2.0

05

7.9

14

13

F3.2

E1 2.10

25

22

17

850

E1

23

18

16

0.05

27 26

S5

19 06

1.15

28

0.42

350

+6.2

0.34

30

09

08

21

19

F2

STORAGE

29

+4.9

27

24

22

0.71

S2

36 35

11

31

28

2.0

0.35

1.20

12

H=90CM T=42CM

+5.8

25 08

1.55

2.0

STANDS

32

26

24 23

7.9

34

29

09

25

2.0

35

33

27 26

1.9

4.80

36

0.10

2.18

0.20

O1

13

F3.5

0.40

0.80

F3.1

E3

+2.8

0.39 0.35

ESPACIO PARA INSTALACIONES DESCOLGADAS

2.0

F3´

±0.0

X03

X04

Y01

Y02

Y03

Y04

Y05

Y06

Y07

Y08

Y09

Y10

Y12

Y11

X04

X03

Detailed transversal section and partial elevations 0

47

1

2

3

4

5

10

15

20

25

30


Structural model

F6_17cm F6.7

F6.1

F6.1

0.21

F6.7

ESTRUCTURA SECUNDARIA COLGADA

ESTRUCTURA SECUNDARIA APOYADA

SIN PILARES, SOLO MONTANTES DE TABIQUERÍA

PILARES COLGANDO DE LA CUBIERTA

CARPINTERÍA PRACTICABLE CERRADA

Y01

LATERALES REALIZADOS CON TRAMEX EN VOLADIZO

CARPINTERÍA PRACTICABLE ABIERTA 50%

CORDÓN INFERIOR

DIAGONAL

E2

0.50

1.60

1.10

Y02

ASCENSOR HIDRÁULICO

+5.6

+5.7

DIAGONAL

0.50

0.90

0.72

E1 SUBIDA

0.80

P3

DIAGONAL

CORDÓN INFERIOR

E2

0.50

01

02

03

04

05

06

07

08

09

1.80 0.72

E1 10

11

12

13

BAJADA

+5.6

0.19

0.10

0.95

1.70

01

02

F1.11

0.71

03

04

06

07

08

09

F1 F1.10

F1.9

F1.8

10

F1.7

F1.6

P3 F1.5

0.80 1.20

F1.4 F1.3

1.70

Y03

Y04

F1.2

2.40

RAMPA H=0.6 L=36M P=1,6%

D05 F1.1

CIRCULATION - EXHIBITION +6.5

0.12

0.25

Y05

+5.6

F1.5

F1.4

F1.3

F1.4

T3

1.20

0.95

TABIQUE TÉCNICO: 120 MM HUECOS PARA LAS INSTALACIONES Y LA ESTRUCTURA. DIMENSIONADO CON LA BAJANTE MAYOR (EL MANGUETÓN DE 110MM)

S2

F1.1

1.80

+5.6

MUEBLE MULTIUSOSH=90CM -ALMACENAJE DE COJINES -MUEBLE GUARDAROPA -TOMA DE AGUA PARA LA LIMPIEZA DE LA SALA -...

1.20

F1.3 F1.4

S1

14.25

TABIQUE DOBLE

0.15

STORAGE

CUADRO GENERAL DE DISTRIBUCIÓN

1.20

(2º DE

2.25

0.15

T3.2

+5.6

S1

T2 0.15

PROJECTOR ROOM

T3.2

T3.6

1.20 ALMACENAJE DE PRODUCTOS DE LA TIENDA DE SOUVENIRS Y LIBRERÍA CONTIGUAS

P2 0.90

D07

0.15

1.20

COJINES PARA SENTARSE EN EL SUELO A VER LA PROYECCIÓN

F2.1 F2.3 F2.4

D05

T3.5

BOOK STORE

5.10

1.06

P1 1.20

F1.1

1.20

S2

NÚCLEO SERVIDOR 5.40

T2

0.60

T1

T2

Y06

F6.8

TECHNICAL WALL

H=40CM T=22CM

0.82

0.10

S2

DIAGONAL

E2

0.50 0.19

H=40CM T=22CM

1.10

+5.6 0.85

CORDÓN INFERIOR

E2

1.10

+5.6

0.10

0.50

F6

E3

F6.4

CARPINTERÍA PRACTICABLE ABIERTA 100%

C2

C2.4

F6.2

F6.3

LATERALES REALIZADOS SOBRE LA VIGA INFERIOR PRINCIPAL C2.3

C2.1

0.48

F6.2

F6.5

T3.4

T3.1

14.40

0.80

1.20

1.20

Y07

7.20 VACÍO SOBRE EL PUNTO DE ENCUENTRO

0.15 PANTALLA DE CRISTAL LÍQUIDO SOBRE FONDO BLANCO

8.40

1.20

3.45

8.15

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7.20

2.25

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BR 01

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ESTANCIA DESTINADA A LA LOCALIZACIÓN DEL PROYECTOR Y LA SUPERVISIÓN DE LA PROYECCIÓN

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T3.6

S2

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DIAGONAL

DIAGONAL

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T3.4

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0.50

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0.90

0.90

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T3

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T3.5

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1.80

0.90

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0.90

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0.90

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0.90

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0.90

1.80

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X12

X12

T3.1

S5

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F3.5

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F3 F3.6

D02

0.90

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3.60

25.20

X12

T3.2

1.80

T3.2

0.90

F2.4

F2.5

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+5.6

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E2

0.50

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PANEL FIJO

P4 0.82 0.15

1.20

0.10

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DIAGONAL C1.3

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Construction details

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1.8 1.2 1.2

Y04

1.2 14.4

Y07

1.2 1.2 1.2 1.2 1.2

Y10

1.2 1.8

Y12

Roof fl 223.2

Y01

1.8 1.2

R3%

1.2

Y04

R2%

1.2 14.4

Y07

1.2 1.2 1.2 1.2 1.2

Y10

1.2 1.8

Y12

Third fl. 223.2 3.6

Y01

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R1%

1.2

Y04

R2%

1.2 14.4

Y07

R2%

R8%

1.2 1.2 1.2 1.2 1.2

Y10

1.2 1.8

Y12

Second fl 223.2 3.6

Y01

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1.8 +1.4

1.2 1.2

Y04

1.2 14.4

Y07

R12%

R8%

1.2 1.2

R8%

1.2 1.2 1.2

Y10

1.2 1.8

Y12

First fl. 223.2 3.6

Y01

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1.8 1.2 1.2

Y04

1.2 14.4

Y07

1.2 1.2 1.2 1.2

Y10

Y12

1.2 1.2 1.8

Basement X01

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Floor plans 0

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9.4

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12.1

13.8

15.0 18.1

Y01

Y04

Y07

X38

Y10

Y12

Y01

Y04

Y07

X41

Y10

Y12

Y01

Y04

Y07

X44

Y10

Y12

Y01

Y04

Y07

X49

Y10

Y12

Y01

Y04

Y07

X55

Y10

Y12

Y01

Y04

Y07

Y10

Y12

X60

Sectioned axonometric

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53


MADRID: ETSAM ACADEMIC WORK ///LAS TABLAS DAY CARE CENTER FROM PINK TO GREEN Facing a harsh and anonymous environment, the project proposes a green volume, an urban forest that protects the nursery underneath it. Its dual condition city-forest creates a transition, concluding in a civic space for the children and their parents. Therefore, the proposal is in essence a hinge between a natural condition that characterizes the block and the educational and public space that it guards.

Detailed section

First floor plan and longitudinal section 54


55


56


57


MADRID: PROFESSIONAL WORK ///WITH ROGERS STIRK HARBOUR+PARTNERS / LUIS VIDAL Y ASOCIADOS

NOVO VIGO HOSPITAL Location: Vigo, 2010-2014. On site Area: 297.234 m² Budget: €238 m

Diagram: serving and served

Detailed facade sections

On site photography 58


Typical floor plan 59


MADRID: PROFESSIONAL WORK ///WITH ROGERS STIRK HARBOUR+PARTNERS / LUIS VIDAL Y ASOCIADOS

Novo Vigo Hospital renderings

60


HOSPITAL CAN MISES Location: Ibiza, 2008-2014. On site Area: 79.156 m² Budget: € 72,8 m

Typical floor plan 61


MADRID: PROFESSIONAL WORK ///WITH ROGERS STIRK HARBOUR+PARTNERS / LUIS VIDAL Y ASOCIADOS

Hospital Can Mises rendering

On site photography

Detailed facade section and elevation 62


63


NY: PROFESSIONAL WORK ///WITH NANDINEE PHOOKAN ARCHITECTS 28 OLD FULTON STREET DUPLEX Project year: 2008 – 2010

4 3/8" (TYP.) 1/2"

First floor plan

2'-10"

Basement floor plan

1'-0"

2'-10"

08 A-403

2'-0"

+/- 5 3/4"

TOP OF FIN. FL. EL. 0'-0" AFF. 1 1/2" - 2"

EQ. EQ. CL

Section

1/4" (TYP.)

TOP EXIST. SLAB EL. ±-8'-1/2"

Spiral stairs details 64


YWCA RENOCATION Brooklyn. Project year: 2008-2011

65


NY: PROFESSIONAL WORK ///WITH NANDINEE PHOOKAN ARCHITECTS NYCHA AFFORDABLE HOUSING RENOVATIONS Project years: 2009-2011. NY State

UNDERHILL AVENUE, YORKTOWN, NY Project year: 2011 Stage: On site

66


TAIWAN TOWER International competition. Project year: 2010 Taichung, Taiwan

Typical floor plans for different programs

First floor plan 67


NY: PROFESSIONAL WORK ///WITH NANDINEE PHOOKAN ARCHITECTS CIUDAD JUAREZ MEDIA PARK International competition Project year: 2010

Second floor plan

Elevations and sections

68


69


MADRID: PROFESSIONAL WORK ///WITH GARCIA-GERMAN ARCHITECTS EMV COCHERAS Public housing competition (with SaNAA). 2006

2D

2-D

54sqm

66sqm

2-D 1-D 45sqm

64sqm

2-D

2-D

58sqm

61sqm

2-D 56sqm

for sale

2-D 61sqm

2-D

1-D

53sqm

bedroom 1

45sqm

entrance drying room bathroom kitchenette living/dining room

2-D

bedroom 2

66sqm

2-D 65sqm for sale

2-D 63sqm for sale

1-D 48sqm

2-D 58sqm

3-D

2-D

75sqm

64sqm 1-D

2-D 54sqm

2-D 59sqm

48sqm

2-D 53sqm

1-D 48sqm

for sale

1-D 45sqm

1-D 45sqm

Typical floor plan 70


Apartments schedule 6.00

3.45 10,55

1.00

I

H

4,08

J 2,20

K

p7

2,90

2,50

2,20

L

p6 0.45

LL

1,10

2,90

2,50 0.95

p5

2,90

2,50

p4

2,90

20,50

2,50

F

p3

2,90

2,50

p2

M N 2,90

G

2,50

Ă‘

p1

E

D

3,10

C O

pB

0.45

3,50 2,05

2.50

0,72

Transversal Asection 71

B


MADRID: PROFESSIONAL WORK ///WITH GARCIA-GERMAN ARCHITECTS EMV CARABANCHEL 56 public apartments, 2007. Comission by open competition. First prize

Typical floor plan

Diagrams

72


Diagrams

Apartments axonometric

73

Site model


MADRID: PROFESSIONAL WORK ///WITH GARCIA-GERMAN ARCHITECTS EUROPAN 9: NACKA RINGS International competition, first prize. 2007

Section

Sections

Site floor plan 74


LOW-COST VOIDS Urban park planning competition (selected). Valdebebas, 2009

Original site: Disconnected landmarks

Peripheral activity ring

Proposal diagrams

Gravitational vegetation

Large infrastructural system 75

Low-cost void


NODO CIUDALCAMPO Public square, apartments. and lofts. 2008

MADRID: PROFESSIONAL WORK ///WITH GARCIA-GERMAN ARCHITECTS

MIXED-USES SSR 40,000 m2 of offices. 2009. San Sebastian de los Reyes, Madrid.

Module axonometric

Typical floor plan

76


LA MARINA URBAN DEVELOPMENT Master Plan competition (selected). 2010

Original site

Solid-void

Planning

Lake filtering

First step development

Second step development

Proposal diagrams

Site axonometric Mized- uses blocks

77


MADRID: PROFESSIONAL WORK ///WITH GARCIA-GERMAN ARCHITECTS EX HOUSE Wooden house in cross-laminated panels. 2010

Site axonometric

Construction process

78


79


FURTHER DESIGN WORK

DIA DEL NINO POSTER Competition (selected). 2009

///INDEPENDENT EXPERIENCE FUNDACION AUTOR LOGO Competition. 2010

SANTANDER CREATIVE LOGO Competition (selected). 2010

RECRUITMENT POSTER Architecture for Humanity. 2010

FOTOTALENTOS 09 Photography competition (2nd prize). 2009

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REFERENCES ENRIQUE WALKER •Associate Professor and Director of the Master of Science in Advanced Architectural Design, Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation, Columbia University •M.A., Architectural Association •Architect, Universidad de Chile •Email: ew2107@columbia.edu •Phone: 646-217-9480 ...........................................................................................

JACOBO GARCÍA-GERMÁN •Associate Professor at Madrid Polytechnic University (ETSAM). Currently teaching in the Thesis Group directed by professor Juan Herreros. •PhD in Architectural Design, Madrid Polytechnic University (ETSAM) . •MA Master in Histories & Theories of Architecture, Architectural Association School of Architecture. •Architect, Madrid Polytechnic University (ETSAM). •Email: jacobo@garciagerman.com •Website: www.garciagerman.com ...........................................................................................

JOSÉ MANUEL LÓPEZ-PELÁEZ •Full Professor at Madrid Polytechnic University (ETSAM). •PhD in Architectural Design, Madrid Polytechnic University (ETSAM). •Architect, Madrid Polytechnic University (ETSAM). •Email: lopezpelaez@flpsl.com •Website: www.flparquitectos.com ...........................................................................................

NANDINEE PHOOKAN / LUIS RIVERA •Principals at Nandinee Phhokan Architects. •Email:luis@nandineephookan.com •Website: www.nandineephookan.com ..........................................................................................

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