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PAU BOLUDA PORTFOLIO


PAU BOLUDA PORTFOLIO


ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO PROJECTS I Around a staircase. Residential tower THEMED ARCHITECTURE Designing at a distance. Mutten PROJECTS II Collective housing and cities. Urban planning ASCER WORKSHOP Shipyard. Ceramic materials URBANISM III Valencia’s northern market garden PROJECTS IV Highschool in Sagunto DESIGNING OVER BUILT AREAS: MATERIALISATION Designing [between] built areas INTERNATIONAL DESIGN STUDIO Urban planning at Antwerp’s ringroad FINAL PROJECT Highschool in Sagunto


ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO

Pau Boluda Hernández

PROJECTS I Around a staircase. Residential tower

04-05

THEMED ARCHITECTURE Designing at a distance. Mutten

05-06

PROJECTS II Collective housing and cities. Urban planning

05-06

ASCER WORKSHOP Shipyard. Ceramic materials

06.-07

URBANISM III Valencia’s northern market garden

06.-07

PROJECTS IV Highschool in Sagunto

07-08

DESIGNING OVER BUILT AREAS: MATERIALISATION Designing [between] built areas

07-08

INTERNATIONAL DESIGN STUDIO Urban planning at Antwerp’s ringroad

08-09

FINAL PROJECT Highschool in Sagunto

08-09


PROJECTS I

Around a staircase Housing tower


Bรกrbara is a young and attractive promoter who collects old sports cars. She owns a plot of 100x50m with an outstanding view to the sea but with a very low development potential. As a matter of fact, the built area can only take up a surface of 250 m2. Ten stories are allowed, which makes her think that she can reach a maximum of 20 dwellings, although she desires at least two different typologies to be designed. As a lover of simplicity, she imposes her wish of working with a single, pure and forthright volume, without breaks or eccentricities.

04 05


themed arch.

Designing at a distance: Mutten


A proposal is required for the village of Mutten, in Switzerland, currently a bit bigger than a hamlet with small single-family dwellings. The aim is to provide a new use for the site, revitalising it without forgetting the integration of the proposal in the pre-existing environment, studying possible ways of growth and the before/after ratio. The intervention will include the addition of one or several activities which will attract visitors at a national or international scale. It will also include the needed facilities, without forgetting the dwelling buildings which are considered necessary according to the strategy decided by the students.

05 06


PROJECTS II

Collective dwelling: and cities. Urban planning


The assignment asks for planning a portion of the city from a block and a tower of collective housing. The selected environment shows some urban tension due to its character of border area, where the plot acts as a joint between two urban fabrics of a very different nature and characteristics. Both urban and architectural analysis of the area and its plan are asked, reaching every element which defines urban space and offering a global answer to the problem of reconstructing a fragment of the consolidated city. The design of the block and tower will start afterwards, thinking carefully about different types of connections between dwellings and the nature and qualities of the housing space.

05 06


workshop

Shipyard: Ceramic materials


A roof of 60x60 m A public concession of land for the ceramics manufacturers from Castellon. Mixed use (storage, exhibition for the promoting of ceramics, cultural or leisure public acts) 20 rooms for offices of 15 m2 Enclosure is not compulsory Reducing the number of columns Using ceramic material as an essential part of the work, designing the technical detail of a new piece or a new use for an already known one.

06 07


URBANISM III

Valencia’s northern market garden


The student is asked to carry out a global analysis of the northern villages next to the last indicator of the growth of the city through rings, which perhaps should be the last one, allowing more rational and environmentally friendly systems to replace it. The villages are settled next to the N340 road: a prior connection between towns close to the seashore. But industrial areas have been settling next to it, joining the uses of main street and heavy transport traffic, which are undoubtedly incompatible. The second stage will focus on the problems of a specific area, i.e. Les Tendes. The crossroads activity brought life to this place at the first moment, but it is choking it now, as it has turned out the crossing of every single exit of every industrial area around, with a large amount of heavy transport traffic.

06 07


PROJECTS iv

Highschool in Sagunto


Projects IV is the last Projects Studio before facing the Final Project. At this point, the student should start proving maturity as an architect to be. When an assignment is started, it is quite usual to see students develop their proposals from the functionality of the program without a solid basis of arguments. The design of a learning centre in Sagunto is asked for. The place will be decided by each group after an analysis of the environment. Afterwards each student will choose an architect and after studying his/ her works and methods will face the assignment with the same tools as far as possible, assuring the coherence of the design as a whole..

07 08


DESIGNING OVER BUILT AREAS: MATERIALISATION

Designing [between] built areas


A small construction between two architectural elements. Building between the history, between the past, between old cultures which dialogue with the current one. The exercise takes the enthusiastic evaluation of the existing as a starting point , while trusting in its power, interspersing in existing structures, making room for itself. Straightforwardly, touching its matter and nearly being nourished from it. Only one material can be used, which will be located between another that is unique: the walls of the existing architectures. The design should insist in the links between the matter and the idea of the design, proposing an architecture that is created after the choice of a certain material and the research of its technical and poetic possibilities.

07 08


INT DESIGN STD

Urban planning on Antwerp’s ringroad


The city of Antwerp has appointed 5 different strategic spaces as redevelopment areas for the city. One of these strategic places is the inner city’s ring road, Through a strategical analysis of the ring road structure students are asked to redefine the spatial qualities and potentials of the New Zurenborg area. By jumping through different scale levels of the city the students ought to formulate a design strategy that is translated into an urban plan for the area. Main concepts of the studio are the relationship between large scale planning and urban and architectural design and the de (re)definition of the relationships between the different elements and characteristics of the area’s urban tissue (local vs regional vs international, private vs public, places of flowing vs places of staying, etc, etc‌)

08 09


final project

Highschool in Sagunto


The design retakes the work started at Projects IV and develops it to the level required to a Master’s Final Project. There are no changes on the previous scheme, and many of the initial intentions are kept and powered, although important differences in the articulation of the spaces are introduced. The heavy construction system previously proposed is abandoned for industrialized, lighter systems, more coherent with how the design occupies the place. The syntax of the elements and its connections with the rest of the design and between the different scales of the project, from urban to the technical detail which creates the space of the classroom and the way from one to another, became the essential topic of the design.

08 09


CU

CUBIERTAS

CU1 BANDEJA AUTOPORTANTE HIANSA SUSTITUTORIA DE LAS CORREAS CON EL FONDO PERFORADO R3T5. SOLIDARIZADAS A LA ESTRUCTURA PARA PROPORCIONAR ARRIOSTRAMIENTO

ST

ESTRUCTURA

ST1 DE PINTURA INTUMESCENTE

CU2 ST2 CU3 ST3 CU4 CHAPA GRECADA HIANSA MT52 O SIMILAR

ST4

CU5

ST5

CU6

ST6

FA

FACHADAS

FA1 IMPERMEABILIZADO EN EL ARRANQUE SOBRE ZUNCHO DE H.A.

CABLES ESTRUCTURALES PARA ARRIOSTRAMIENTO CONTRA EL VIENTO

ST7 ST8

FA2 ST9

FORJADO FORMADO POR PIEZAS COFRADAL 200 (

FA3 FORMADO POR ZUNCHO DE H.A.

FA4 FORMADO POR PANELES OSB MONTADOS SOBRE RASTRELES FA5

CERRAMIENTO FORMADO POR PANEL FORMAWALL DE ACERO GALVANIZADO Y LACADO DE JUNTA HORIZONTAL

FA6

BANDEJAS AUTOPORTANTES HIANSA CON EL FONDO PERFORADO R3T5 FIJADAS A PERFILES IPE 120

PA

PARTICIONES

PA1 DE LANA DE ROCA. MONTANTES CADA 60 CM. ACABADO DE PANEL OSB HASTA UNA ALTURA DE 240CM PA2

PA3

ST10 SOLDADOS A PERFIL L DE REMATE DE FORJADO. RS

RS1 SOLADO CON SISTEMA DE SUELO RADIANTE: AISLAMIENTO CON TETONES 2CM, TETONES Y TUBO DE POLIETILENO 2CM, MORTERO DE CEMENTO AUTONIVELANTE 6CM, MORTERO DE AGARRE 2 CM, PIEZAS DE TERRAZO DE USO INTENSIVO MICROGRANO 3CM.

RS2 ACABADO DE RESINAS RS3 RS4 RS5

PA4 DIVISIONES LIGERAS DE PANEL HPL PARA SERVICIOS MONTADAS SOBRE PIES DE ALUMINIO ANODIZADO. PANELES DE 14MM CON BORDES CORTADOS EN INGLETE Y SUAVIZADOS. ANCLAJES A PAREDES ADYACENTES MEDIANTE ELEMENTOS EN L DE ALUMINIO ANODIZADO

UR

CE

UR1

CE1

REVESTIMIENTO DE SUELOS

UR2

BARANDILLA FORMADA POR VIDRIO LAMINAR 6+6+6 ANCLADOS SOBRE ESTRUCTURA DE PLETINA DE ACERO GALVANIZADO

UR3 CE2

UR4 BANCO CONSTITUIDO POR PERFILES TUBULARES DE ACERO GALVANIZADO SOBRE CARTELAS DE ACERO SOLDADAS A PLETINA DE REMATE DEL MURETE DE H.A.

CE3 LUCERNARIO FORMADO POR SUBESTRUCTURA DE TUBOS DE ACERO GALVANIZADO SOBRE PERFILES UPN APOYADOS SOBRE LAS

UR5

MUEBLE DE TAQUILLAS FORMADO POR PANELES HPL (TIPO TRESPA)

UR6 PUERTA FORMADA POR PLETINAS DE ACERO GALVANIZADO SOLDADAS A MARCO DEL MISMO MATERIAL, DISPUESTOS EN DOS PIEZAS CORREDERAS CE4 PARASOL FORMADO POR PLETINAS DE ACERO GALVANIZADO HORIZONTALES SOLDADAS A MARCO RECTANGULAR ATORNILLADO SOBRE CARTELAS FIJADAS A LA ESTRUCTURA MEDIANTE PERFILES L ATORNILLADOS SOBRE LA CARA EXTERIOR DEL PILAR CE6

UR7 VALLADO DE PLETINAS DE ACERO GALVANIZADO SOLDADAS A PLETINA EN EL PLANO DEL SUELO. ALBERGA PUERTA ABATIBLE CONSTRUIDA DE IGUAL FORMA


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