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Lucas Pacobahyba Portfolio 2014 | FAU/UFRJ


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Presentation Architecture Tridimensional Composition 3.5 In my childhood, I was passionate about streets, buildings, cars and buses, and was curious to know how it all worked. I was growing up and realizing that they are elements that make up what we understand as a city, but the city is much more than that: it is a system that is in constant transformation process and to manage and understand how these changes happen is a big challenge ‐ which I wish to join. I have a strong interest in urban planning, especially for transport ‐ buses remains a passion that makes me so interested in mobility. I believe the city should be based on local needs and demands of the people, and that the participatory process is an important tool for ensuring the social role of urban planner architect.

Mangue Bar Refuge Residential Village Student Housing

Other Works Analyze of the Landscape Urban Form I Architecture and Arts History III Observation Drawing I and II .

Skyline ‐ General view of the rear facade of the FAU building ‐ from the Sugar Loaf to Corcovado


Apresentação Personal Data

Technical Skills

Name: Lucas da Silva Pacobahyba Birth Date: 10/11/1992 Mobile: (21)99623‐2232 E‐mail: Lucas_pacobahyba@hotmail.com

Technical Drawing: AutoCAD, ArchiCAD Modeling: SketchUP PRO, 3D Max Others: Corel Draw, Photoshop, Office

Education Academic Prominenses High School: 2008 to 2010: Colégio de Aplicação da UERJ ‐ CAp‐UERJ Higher Education :Since 2011/1: Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro

Academic Experience

2009: Honorable Mention to the Public Policies Research 2012: Work exposed of the subject of Analyze of the Landscape and Urban Form I Work exposed of the subject of Architecture and Arts History III

2008 ‐ 2009: Intern in Public Policies Research ‐ Faculy of Social Service ‐ UERJ 2009 ‐ 2010: Interin in Cartography Research ‐ Lab of Geo Studies ‐ CAp‐UERJ

2013 ‐ Honorable Mention to the Housing Research

2011/2 ‐ 2012/2: Subject Tutoring ‐ History of Urban Theories I ‐ FAU/UFRJ

Events, Seminars and Workshops

2013/1 ‐ 2014/1: Intern in Housing Research ‐ CiHabE/PROURB/UFRJ

2011: XI ENCAC ‐ National Meeting of Comfort in the Built Environment

Languages

2013: Seminar «Mega‐Events and Transformations in Rio de Janeiro»

Portuguese ‐ Mother Tongue English ‐ Proficient (IELTS 6.0)

Workshop Intervention Minha Casa, Minha Vida I (My House, My Life I) 2014: Workshop Intervantion Minha Casa, Minha Vida II (My House, My Life II)

Spanish ‐ Intermediate French ‐ Basic

Skyline ‐ General view of the rear facade of the FAU building ‐ from the Sugar Loaf to Corcovado


Architecture ‐ Tridimensional Composition 3.5 This composition sought to work with the concepts of line, plane and volume presented by Francis DK Ching in Architecture ‐ Form, Space and Order. One of the conditions of the design that was not a facade give preference over another. Housed in a 1x1m mesh and a hypothetical plot of 21x21m, the object should also present concepts such as addition and subtraction of volumes and varying heights.

2011/1 ‐ Architectonic Form Conception I Teacher Mr. James Miyamoto

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Intersection of volums

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Addition of Volums

Lines Plans

Different Heights

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Addition of Volums


2011/2 ‐ Architectonic Form Conception II Teacher Ms. Flávia de Faria

Architecture ‐ Mangue Bar Location, area of coverage and characteristics of the place

FUNDAO ISLAND

The bar is standing on a consolidated area of socialization for students and other patrons of Fundão Island ‐ the Mangue. The proposed bar Mangue is to make the best equipped and structured to receive the regulars of the place and also to meet the needs that the employees have to store and organize equipment for their establishments space.

LETRAS GRID

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MODULE

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TRANSGRESSION

CETEM FAU/EBA GUANABARA BAY

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FISHERS VILLAGE

MANGUE

Skyline ‐ main view of Mangue


2011/2 ‐ Architectonic Form Conception II Teacher Ms. Flávia de Faria

Architecture ‐ Refuge Location, area of coverage and characteristics of the place

MILITARY VILLAGE FUNDAO ISLAND

The program is a temporary residence for a college professor at UFRJ. Located on the island of Bom Jesus, is a historical and isolated environment of the campus, providing the ideal setting for study and reflection environment such as an office or a studio would demand. The sharp relief and the privileged landscape are the main elements that the project takes as a project princicple.

KEYWORD: FLEXIBILITY Adj. That fold or bend easily. Fig. Ability of the mind to apply to various occupations.

COPPEAD

BOM JESUS DA COLUNA

ADJ ‐> SHAPE CURVE Formally demonstrates the keyword, emerging the volume of ground in order to obtain greater range of vision of the landscape.

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FIG ‐> MOVING WALSS Flexibilize indoor environments, which can be divided and processed in a unique environment through circular walls.

MILITARY VILLAGE

GUANABARA BAY

Skyline ‐ main view of Refuge


2011/2 ‐ Architectonic Form Conception II Teacher Ms. Flávia de Faria

Architecture ‐ Refuge Evolution

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‐ Creation of circular movable walls ‐ Withdrawal of movel volume

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Groundfloor

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AA Cut ‐ Deck‐level pool ‐ Casing ‐ Access in function on the relief

0 1 2 3 4m

BB Cut 0 1 2 3 4m

Skyline ‐ main view of Refuge


2012/1 ‐ Architectonic Design I ‐ Teacher Ms. Luciana Andrade Co‐authors: Artur Martins Picamilho and Gisele Braga

Architecture ‐ Residential Village Location, area of coverage and characteristics of the place

Implantation The Residential Village is directly related to the environment by offering a commercial ground floor along the street. All internal roads are thought to pedestrians ‐ the cars only have access to parking. There is a central square for socializing and leisure as well as a bike path that integrates the Environmental Preservation Area (APA) to the village.

FUNDAO ISLAND

1 Room House

FAU/EBA EMBRATEL

2 Rooms House + Commerce 3 Rooms House Common Use Undergrowth

COPPEAD

Dense Vegetation Deck

MILITARY AREA CETEM PRESERVATION AREA GUANABARA BAY

Skyline ‐ main view from Residential Village


2012/1 ‐ Architectonic Design I ‐ Teacher Ms. Luciana Andrade Co‐authors: Artur Martins Picamilho and Gisele Braga

Architecture ‐ Residential Village 1 Room House

3 Rooms House

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A A

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B Groundfloor 1 room house

AA Cut 1 Room House

0 1

0 1

2 3 4m

2 3 4m

Facade 1 Room House

BB Cut 1 Room House

Groundfloor 3 Rooms House

AA Cut 3 Rooms House

0 1

0 1

2 3 4m Second floor 3 Rooms House

2 3 4

Facade 3 Rooms House

Skyline ‐ main view from Residential Village


2012/1 ‐ Architectonic Design I ‐ Teacher Ms. Luciana Andrade Co‐authors: Artur Martins Picamilho and Gisele Braga

Architeture ‐ Residential Village 2 Rooms House + Commerce B

2 Rooms House + Commerce

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A

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B Ground Floor ‐ Commerce

AA Cut

B 0 1 2 3 4m

0 1 2 3 4m

Sec. Floor ‐ 2 Rooms

BB Cut

2 Rooms Facade + Commerce

Cobogo Detail

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Street Overview

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1m

10 15 20m

Skyline ‐ main view from Residential Village


2013/1 ‐ Architectonic Design II Teacher Mr. Wagner Rufino

Architecture ‐ Student Housing Location, area of coverage and characteristics of the place

The region of Machado Square is characterized by intensive trade and flow of people, but the streets of the immediate surroundings are used as parking vehicles. There are still gaps left by urban subway construction, generating walls and gables that do not relate to the street. These are the issues that must be addressed in the search for redevelopment of the surrounding area. The project ends the block formed by the IAB/RJ and the Oi Futuro, so these buildings are directly related to the project.

MACHADO SQUARE FLAMENGO

FLAMENGO PARKWAY

Evolution of Implantation

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OI FUTURO IAB/RJ

MACHADO SQUARE

SAN LOUIS

COMMERCE AND SERVICES

The deployment sought to create free and permeable areas on both sides of the lot, creating a dialogue with the facade of the Oi Futuro on the left side, and with input from the IAB on the right side. Also creates an open courtyard with IAB, which integrates itself with all areas of the ground floor. Skyline ‐ from Flamengo Beach to Machado Square


2013/1 ‐ Architectonic Design II Teacher Mr. Wagner Rufino

Architecture ‐ Student Housing Evolution on Form

PROPOSED ZONING From the final deployment, it is verticalized and gives rise to two volumes, the building with the highest volume, and the lower level auditorium being connected directly to IAB. Subtractions that create permeable spaces in the building.

FLOW OF PEDESTRIANS

Accesses Café Hall Ramp Auditorium

PROPOSED PROJECT

Opening public passages in the courtyard, allowing greater permeability on the interior of groundfloor.

Subtractions in the building that streamline internal facade and also create spaces collectives in the building. Skyline ‐ from Flamengo Beach to Machado Square


2013/1 ‐ Architectonic Design II & Landscape Design I Teachers Mr. Wagner Rufino and Mr. João Huguenin

Architecture ‐ Student Housing Floor Plans

Floor Plans Groundfloor 0

5

10m

2nd Floor 0

5

1st Floor 0

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10m

10m

3rd Floor 0

5

10

4th Floor Public

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5

10

Private Social Intimate

Skyline ‐ from Flamengo Beach to Machado Square


2013/1 ‐ Architectonic Design II & Landscape Design I Teachers Mr. Wagner Rufino and Mr. João Huguenin

Architecture ‐ Student Housing Facades

Perspectives

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10m

West Facade

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10m

North/Northeast Facade

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5

10m

South/SoutheastFacade

Skyline ‐ from Flamengo Beach to Machado Square


Other Works ‐ Analyze of the Landscape Urban Form I

2012/1 ‐ Teacher Mr. Mario Ceniquel Co‐authors: Ana Beatriz Bruno and Luiza Viana

Work selected in the category of Group Work for Expo 2012‐1 AUP I, that happened in the elevator hall on the 3rd floor of the FAU / UFRJ in the first quarter of 2013.

This work was the analysis of three consecutive environments addressing different aspects of second place, morphological and potential, in order to propose new urban‐landscape alternatives that redeem their vitalities.


Other Works ‐ Architecture and Arts History III

2012/1 ‐ Teacher Ms. Fabíola Zonno Co‐authors: Artur Picamilho, Sérgio Porto and Thiago Torres

Work selected for the exhibition "What History is this? ', which selected the best works of students of History and Theory, and brought them together in an exhibition on the mezzanine level of the third quarter of FAU.

The work consisted in the analysis of a Gothic building and its comparison with a Romanesque building and with a French Gothic.The authors also made a structural model showing the forces acting on the building.

«Pouco surpreendente que a Inglaterra se mostrasse particularmente receptiva ao novo estilo. Todavia, o gótico inglês não tardou em desenvolver seu próprio estilo.» (JANSON, 2001, p.37)


Other Works ‐ Observation Drawing I and II

2011/1 ‐ Teacher Mr. Arnaldo 2011/2 ‐ Teacher Mr. Alziro


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