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Location: Europa State:Spain Capital City:Barcelona Poblation: 1.6 million inhabitants SITE 3D Max

It is designed to promote the importance of sensations in the individual through the arquitecture. It has two floors, the first at the level of the street and the second at underground in which it can be used for the choir and as a space for Praying. The basic thing that influenced the design was the use of natural light. This change of phase is due to the ceilings and the generation of walls that incorporate the exterior inside the chapel, managing to dive deeper into the spiritual world and feel closer to God.

BARCELONA, ESPAÑA

‘‘EL PUNTO SAGRADO DE JESÚS’’

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MASTER PLAN

Water Mirror helps to spread the light into the chapel

SW Render AUTOCAD 3D + 3D MAX + PHOTOSHOP

DESIGN PROCESS Section Chapel

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Section Sketch T.O. Fnd. Wall -1.62

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Natural Light

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Natural Light in Model

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12. SKYLIGHTS

2. NATURAL VENTILATION 3. VENTILATION CRUSADE 4. SUN PROTECTION 5. INCLINED COVERS 6. FORM 7.. DISTRIBUTION 8. HARNESSING THE LANDSCAPE 9. GREYWATER REUSE 10. USING MATERIALS 11. DOUBLE FACADE 12. SKYLIGHTS

ATURAL RUZADA OLAR INADAS.

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Location México Country Baja California Estado State Se analizó el contexto del sitio y estrategicamente Vista Nor-este Northeast View Capital City Rosarito Ciudad Capital se planteó un diseño óptimo para una vivienda en Poblation 73,305 la C.d de Rosarito, Baja California México, basado Habitantes Población en los principales 13 Criterios Sustentables: 15°

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A site, its context and climate of the city is analyzed 15° determine an optimal design for a house in the City Rosarito B.C based on30° the following 13 Sustanaible 10° Criteria: 45°

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1. ORIENTACIÓN View Vista2. Sur-oeste VENTILACIÓN NATURAL 3. VENTILACIÓN Southwest View CRUZADA Southwest 4. PROTECCIÓN SOLAR 5. CUBIERTAS INCLINADAS. View 6. FORMA Vista Nor-este 7. DISTRIBUCIÓN INTERIOR NortheastELView 8. APROVECHAR PAISAJE 9. REUTILIZACIÓN DE AGUAS GRISES 10. UTILIZAR MATERIALES DE LA ZONA 240° 11. DOBLE FACHADA

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Mexico Nuevo Leon Ciudad Capital 4.6 million inhabitants

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COMPLEJO HABITACIONAL Location. 7 CASAS / 7 TERRENOS Country: SoutheastMaximize View State: Land Use: Aprovechamiento de Terrenos: Capital City: El reto: 1 terreno por cada 2 - 3 casas The challenge is to use a site for every 2-3 homes toPoblation:

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FRECHEIN HOUSE 4-5 PEOPLE

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Folding roof First Floor

COMPETITION

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Scheme of the joint 3/8 “diameter opening roof Failure to compression

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“Croarcs” prototype #4 exploded axon.

Folding

“Croarcs” prototype # 3 “Croarcs” prototype #4

CROARCS

Croarcs as Ephemeral Housing; to be conceived as a raw base prototype which can provide quick and easy construction idealized as emerging architecture ; inspired and taken as a model , kinetic principles of design in order to meet various needs for ventilation , lighting and de continuous demand of diverse users. Crosswire structural systems with bamboos overlapping with galvanized wire ties , recommended for roofs , domes , parabolas , hyperbolas , domes. “Croarcs ” pretends to provide shelter in situations of post-natural disasters, protecting one of the most fundamental principle in life; its safety. The inhabitants of these prototype ephemeral housing fortify the spaces and gives the true essence and meaning by social awarness , interaction and the sense of community ; Croarcs, due to its infinite flexibility , can unify , through diverse typology spaces, communities.

EPHEMERAL HOUSING

behavior between 500 and 700 kg /cm²


The Length of the sill ac/side of the board is 60 cm, plus another stretch of 10 cm. Use of tar and plastic at joints and unions with the ground to avoid moisture and mold.

Change bamboo dimensions as your needs

Private areas has been proposed several solutions to implement in the walls erected with bamboo: #1- Use curtains in bedrooms #2 -filled with mineralized cement (Grout)

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CROARCS

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EPHEMERAL HOUSING

COMPETITION

Extremely high traction resistance; between 1200 kg/cm ² up to 3000 kg /cm ²


“Croarcs” gives the inhabitant, as exposed before, maximum flexibility for future expansion needs, for it has been proposed gardening bamboo, adjacent to each “Croarcs” prototype, so that the user can enrich its shelter by having the raw material at its reach. In addition, it has been proposed as a design method, a modulation intended to provide the user with an ease and the constructive flexibility by meeting new typologies and characteristics with parameters such as bamboo dimensions to meet in these gardens , every time an enlargement or a change in module is contemplate and

prototype # 1 1-4 people

prototype #2 3-6 people prototype #3 3-5 people

PLACED IN ZONES AS.

prototype #4 4-10 people

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These “ Croarcs ” were thought to be built worldwide, whenever the necessity emerges. As a base and raw study model it has been proposed the implementation in the city of Linfen, China, known as one of the most polluted cities in the world; by having a design process of “Croarcs”, these prototypes would not only provide shelter, but also, could reduce significantly, pollutants, by being bamboo a specie that removes chemicals and pollutants from the air, coupled with being a great humidifier.


Moreover, it is well known that China, India and Colombia are the main countries were construction techniques with bamboo are more developed; without excluding the fact that China has deciduous forests with enhances the growth of this species. That is almost 3% of the total forest land area. And use in the Oriental culture dates back nearly 5000 years. The species having fruit in China is the bamboo Phyllostachys aurea due to soil type: Clay - gritty, the species has 7m high, and thickness of 3-4 cm. It is important for preserving and adequate life of the prototype to prevail adequate ventilation.

EPHEMERAL HOUSING

COMPETITION THE FIVE PROTOTYPES with possibility for future expansion

CROARCS

prototype #5 10-20 people


THANKS!

Portfolio Architect Gdine  

Thanks !. I would love an opportunity at your company

Portfolio Architect Gdine  

Thanks !. I would love an opportunity at your company

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